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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:08 min | 1 d ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's the same reason we keep banded covering cuts because we don't want to deliver in such material. They're the same thing of true with your eyes, nose and mouth. When it comes to things like respiratory viruses. The hand cleaning, whether it's by alcohol, jealous or soap and water is being number one. That's a great way to reduce your risk in terms of the cloth cover itself. You know you do want to keep it clean Laundry it on a regular basis is good. I think in terms of ripped I've had some people asked. Well, you know, as you breathe through it, haven't you contaminated it And won't that give you something? I would ask you to think about your own pillowcase, right? We breathe on it right up against their face for hours every night. That doesn't make us stick. We laundry. I hope on a regular basis on DH. That's how we maintain hygiene. Things seem true for for cloth face covers that you're using something that's not possible. Then you're gonna want to launder it on a regular basis. Your judgement According to Twitter, it got really sweaty or you dropped it in the floor of your car. Or what have you What will help guide how often you do that? But you do want to keep it cream in terms of adjusting it. I think we're all human. We need to adjust the mask every now and then I do my fairly often, But I'm very conscious of what I touch and I try to make sure that I've cleaned my hands frequently during the day on one of my mouth that I'm more likely to touch my face with clean hands if I have to do And just to follow up on that point some other concerns. When it comes to mass that I've seen and heard or worries people have that they may be breathing germs that get trapped in the mask back in or their breathing in too much carbon dioxide are those legitimate concerns, arm or Internet misinformation. Sure. Well, you know, in terms of that whole breathing out bacteria thing, we are chock full of bacteria, and we're supposed to be all right. We need these bacteria to keep our mouths healthy. Are airways have their own normal bacteria, and those things are already inside. And having them, you know, on the math when you're the Mac is not a problem. It's part of our own environment. And like I said, it's really no different than your own pillow case. You know, we we lived that way. Normally, this is really about a big deal. It's really no different again. You do want to launder your mask. If it's a reasonable one on a fairly regular basis, Use your judgment. Keep it clean. But there's no no need to worry about infection coming from wearing your own nap. You don't want to wear somebody else's Mac because they're bacteria could be different from your bacteria, and you don't want to share In terms of the 02 peace. It is worth remembering that there are some people with severe chronic lung disease, emphysema, COPD and the like people with heart disease who have a very fragile balance. In terms of their oxygen levels. There go two levels and so on, and the other people who may not be able to safely wear a mask. If you have those diagnosed, you give your clinician a call and just make sure that they're aware of your concerns. They might guide you to say it. It's fine. This is not gonna be so much of an impact on your health or for some people. It may be something worth avoiding. I think that's something that's going to have to be a case by case the question but their own clinicians, but that Should be very, very rare. The impact of a quad base covering or a surgical Mac on the level of carbon dioxide and breathe should be very, very, very low on dough, So you would have to be an extremely fragile, very stick individual from heart disease or lung disease for something like a clock face cover to to make you even more till so I think that's going to be a concern for very, very few people. But if you have a concert And always check with your clinician and get there. But I'm joined by the deputy director of the division of Health Care Quality promotion at the CDC Doctor Michael Bell. So you've teamed up with the Pandemic Action Network for the hashtag masking for a friend campaign. It features influencers and celebrities working to increase awareness about the Corona virus and how people can protect themselves. Tell us a little bit more about this effort. Short well, so you know, we are very grateful for all the partners across country who are pitching in to raise awareness about this. It is a change in culture for the United States. We have not traditionally used asked the way that other places in the world have. If you've got some part of Asia, it's considered rude during cold season to show up on a train or a bus. Or the office with a coffee if you know and not have America, That expectation is something that is all about public courtesy Open when you talk about masking for a friend that's emphasizing the fact that you are being considerate of the health of someone else by keeping a mask on just in case. You're the source of infection with coded that approach. That attitude of courtesy is something that I think would be a wonderful thing to still for the United States and having more partners raise awareness is just a wonderful thing. Me shift the focus to another aspect of our fight to mitigate the spread of Copan, 19 social distancing explain how that along with the wearing of face masks Helps keep people and those around them safe. So there's ingredient a range of, um of social closeness. If you will, on the one hand if I'm alone at home, then obviously I don't need to wear a mask because I'm not going to cause anybody. Similarly, if I'm going for a ride in my car alone. Then I don't need to have a mascot. On the other hand, if I'm walking through my neighborhood, I do wear my mask because I might bump into a neighbour. You know, coming around the corner or something, and you might chat for a minute. I'd rather just have my mask on so that I don't have to worry about possibly exposing somebody. A Zafar end of the scale of extreme closeness would be situations where you're gathered together with a lot of people, you know, in a crowded location. That's something that fortunately not happening very often in this country right now, and that's a very important thing. We don't want to be in situations where one individual who doesn't know that he or she is infection. Manages to expose 50 or 60 other people, then can go back to their families, their communities their work sites on expose another 50 or 60 people. That's the explosive pattern that we're very concerned about being with Cove it, especially as you know, flu season approaches. Having pulled it re emerge a same time is influenza could be disastrous for American van for American. I'm joined by the deputy director of the division of health Care quality promotion at.

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Fresh update on "chronic lung disease" discussed on BZ Flashback

BZ Flashback

01:08 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chronic lung disease" discussed on BZ Flashback

"It's the same reason we keep ended covering cuts because we don't want to deliver in such material. They're the same thing is true with your eyes, nose and mouth when it comes to things like respiratory viruses. The hand cleaning whether it's by alcohol, gelato sipping water is being number one. That's a great way to reduce your risk in terms of the cloth cover itself. You know you do want to keep it clean Laundry it on a regular basis is good. I think in terms of ripped I've had some people asked. Well, you know, as you breathe through it, haven't you contaminated it And won't that give you something? I would ask you to think about your own pillowcase, right? We breathe on it to right up against their face for hours every night. That doesn't make us stick. We laundry. I hope on a regular basis on DH. That's how we maintain hygiene. Things seem true for cloth face covers that you're using something that's not disposable. Then you're gonna want to wander it on a regular basis. Your judgement According to Twitter, it got really sweaty or you dropped it in the floor of your car. Or what have you What will help guide How often you do that? But you do want to keep it cream in terms of adjusting it. I think we're all human. We need to adjust the math giving out of them. I do my fairly often, but I'm very conscious of what I touch and I try to make sure that I've cleaned my hands frequently. During the day on one of I'm out that I'm more likely to touch my face with clean hands if I have to do And just to follow up on that point some other concerns. When it comes to mass that I've seen and heard or worries people have that they may be breathing germs that get trapped in the mask back in or their breathing in too much carbon dioxide are those legitimate concerns, arm or Internet misinformation. Sure. Well, you know, in terms of that whole breeding of bacteria thing, we are chock full of bacteria, and we're supposed to be all right. We need these bacteria to keep our mouths healthy. Are airways have their own normal bacteria, and those things are already inside her. And having them, you know, on the math when you're the math is not a problem. It's part of our own environment. And like I said, it's really no different than your own pillow case. You know, we we lived that way. Normally, this is really not a big deal. It's really no different. Again. You do want to launder your mask. If it's a reasonable one on a fairly regular basis, Use your judgment. Keep it clean. But there's no no need to worry about infection coming from wearing your own map. You don't want to wear somebody else's Mac because they're bacteria could be different from your bacteria, and you don't want to share In terms of the 02 peace. It is worth remembering that there are some people with severe chronic lung disease, emphysema, COPD and the like people with heart disease who have a very fragile balance. In terms of their oxygen level. There's still two levels and so on. And those are people who may not be able to say Please wear a mask. If you have those diagnosed, you give your clinician a call and just make sure they're aware of your concerns. They might died you to say it. It's fine. This is not gonna be so much of an impact on your health or for some people. It may be something worth avoiding. I think that's something that's going to have to be a case by case the question but their own clinicians, but It should be very, very rare. The impact of across space covering or a surgical Mac on the level of present outside the aggrieved should be very, very, very low on dough, so you would have to be an extremely fragile, very stiff individual from heart disease or lung disease for something like a clock face cover. To to to make you even more ill. So I think it's going to be a concern for a very, very few people. But if you have a concern, always check with your clinician and get their advice. I'm joined by the deputy director of the Division of Health Care Quality promotion at the CDC doctor Michael Bell. So you've teamed up with the Pandemic Action Network for the hashtag masking for a friend campaign. It features influencers and celebrities working to increase awareness about the Corona virus and how people can protect themselves. Tell us a little bit more about this effort short, we'll still You know, we are very grateful for all the partners across the country who are Pitching in to raise awareness about this. It is a change in culture for the United States. We have not traditionally used masks the way that other places in the world have. If you've got some part of Asia, it's considered rude during cold season to show up on a train or a bus. Or the office with a coffee if you know and not have a NAFTA, that expectation is something that is all about public courtesy Open when you talk about masking for a friend that's emphasizing the fact that you are being considerate of the health of someone else by keeping a mask on just in case. You are the source of infection with coded that approach. That attitude of courtesy is something that I think would be a wonderful thing to still for the United States and having more partners raise awareness is just a wonderful thing. Me shift the focus to another aspect of our fight to mitigate the spread of Copan, 19 social distancing explain how that along with the wearing of face masks Helps keep people and those around them safe. So there's ingredient. Ah, range of, um of social closeness. If you will, on the one hand if I'm alone at home Then, obviously I don't need to wear a mask because I'm nothing because anybody similarly if I'm going for a ride in my car alone, then I don't need to have a mascot. On the other hand, if I'm walking through my neighborhood, I do wear my nap because I might bump into a neighbour. You know, coming around the corner or something, and you might chat for a minute, and I'd rather just have my mask on so that I don't have to worry about possibly exposing somebody. A Zafar end of the scale of extreme closeness would be situations where you're gathered together with a lot of people, you know, in a crowded location, that's something that fortunately not happening very often. This country right now, and that's a very important thing. We don't want to be in situations where one individual who doesn't know that he or she is infectious, manages to expose 50 or 60 other people, then you can go back to their families, their communities their work sites. On expose another 50 or 60 people. That's the explosive pattern that we're very concerned about being with coded, especially as you know, flu season approaches, having pull it re emerge. The same time is influenza could be disastrous for American van for American. I'm joined by the deputy director of the division of health Care quality promotion.

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Fauci and top health officials testify before House

Lewis and Logan

00:37 sec | Last week

Fauci and top health officials testify before House

"Dr Anthony Fauci the nation's top infectious disease expert and three other key officials are in front of a house panel this morning overseeing the administration's response to the corona virus CDC director Dr Robert Redfield talked about a recent CDC study that examined over a million covert nineteen cases the most underlying health conditions were cardiovascular diabetes obesity and chronic lung disease hospitalizations were six times higher for these

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:41 min | Last month

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Chronic lung disease asthma COPD compromised immune system and even being an older adult puts individuals at greater risk and for San Diego most of our total number of deaths individuals do have underlying medical conditions because they are older and so the six that do not have underlying medical conditions are not more significant than any of the other deaths we have two hundred eleven deaths as reported here in San Diego debts our basically calculated they have to be reported what we found out about them they are reported to us from providers but we also reconciled death reports with death certificates and on a death certificate there two parts part one and part two and usually particularly if an individual has cove it nineteen the first item there's like three one two three four lines for documentation in part one the first line is what actually killed the person so someone died from respiratory distress which is caused by pneumonia which was caused by cold at nineteen call that nineteen would be the last and the third item on that part one death certificate in part to our other medical conditions that might have had contributing factors so that's the way our death certificates are filled out and that's the way deaths due to cold at nineteen are identified and reported juggling the public health officer for San Diego county can it actually says that was the case should be able to move deeper into phase two of the mayor testing the move into phase three is a pilot program for California being done right here in San Diego the governor revising down similar requirements big news here today when it comes to re opening across California San Diego that's up next Google news time is six twenty seven southern caregiver resource center caring for those who care for others visit S. C. R. C. dot care balance of nature changing the world one life at a time you know when I first got it I got to make I never really had health problems I just got it to improve my life I have seen energy definitely energy but and have any issues then my I thought I'd give it to my kids and my kids are really seeing the more benefits the they've ever been sick this whole year they've been on it for like six seven months and they have been flu and cold three which is amazing but I'm assuming that you know that your via a vitamins in the vegetables and fruit is open so that's another thing that I think don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you right now balance of nature is offering free shipping and thirty five percent off on any new preferred order start your.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"One's allowed in the audience and cadets had to be six feet apart from one another at all times so that everyone on stage a repeat of Easter Sunday and Monday when more than one hundred tornadoes touch down people in the south being warned more violent weather is in the forecast tomorrow America's listening to fox news corona virus still spreading people at higher risk must take extra precaution you're at higher risk if you're over sixty five or if you have any serious underlying medical conditions like heart disease chronic lung disease diabetes or if your immune system is compromised for any reason if you're at higher risk wash your hands frequently with soap and water for twenty seconds avoid touching your face disinfect frequently touched objects and wash up after being in public space and when it comes to social situations less is better the six feet or two arm lengths away from other people better still stay home if you can if you're sick please stay home and away from other if you think you've been exposed to the virus ask your provider before going to their office in challenging times the choices you make are critical please visit coronavirus for more information here's the Bryant heating and cooling forecast from the fox six weather experts well to be on the increase this evening ahead of a front expected move through tonight we'll see a chance of passing shower overnight with temperatures falling back down into the low to mid forties we start Sunday mostly sunny by the afternoon expect temps in the mid to upper fifties a little cooler lakeside I'm fox six meteorologist AJ Waterman this report is brought you.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"One's allowed in the audience and cadets had to be six feet apart from one another at all times so that everyone on stage a repeat of Easter Sunday and Monday when more than one hundred tornadoes touch down people in the south being warned more violent weather is in the forecast tomorrow America's listening to fox news corona virus still spreading people at higher risk must take extra precaution you're at higher risk if you're over sixty five or if you have any serious underlying medical conditions like heart disease chronic lung disease diabetes or if you're a new system is compromised for any reason if you're at higher risk wash your hands frequently with soap and water for twenty seconds avoid touching your face disinfect frequently touched objects and wash up after being in public space and when it comes to social situations less is better a six feet or two arm lengths away from other people better still stay home if you can't if you're sick please stay home and away from other if you think you've been exposed to the virus ask your provider before going to their office in challenging times the choices you make are critical please visit coronavirus for more information here's the Bryant heating and cooling forecast from the fox six weather experts well to be on the increase is even had a front expected move through tonight we'll see a chance of passing shower overnight with temperatures falling back down into the low to mid forties we start Sunday mostly sunny by the afternoon expect temps in the mid to upper fifties a little cooler lakeside I'm fox six meteorologist AJ Waterman this report is brought you.

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Should You Get Tested For Coronavirus? Here's What To Know

Orlando's Morning News

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Should You Get Tested For Coronavirus? Here's What To Know

"New York you're in Florida we're still in that things are going to get worse before they get better phase of this outbreak we've had eight more deaths since yesterday morning R. Kelly leaders are changing the rules about who can get tested now at the drive through testing site at the convention center starting today you can get tested for corona virus there no matter how old you are they're getting rid of the sixty five or older requirement but in order to get tested you still have to have a fever of ninety nine point six or higher and be experiencing respiratory symptoms you can also get tested if you have any pre existing conditions like cardiovascular disease diabetes hypertension chronic lung disease cancer or kidney disease health care workers and first responders can also get tested even if they don't have symptoms of pre existing

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:44 min | 3 months ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Siegel let's assess where we are today hi my prediction is more testing what seems like a dramatic increase in incidences hopeful the plateaus what four weeks five weeks absolutely shown by the way Joe Biden called it N. one H. one last night that I noticed that he couldn't get the virus right but returned about this I talked to to to admiral girar girar last night and he he laid it out for me and they're going to roll out about fifty large mobile units with about forty or fifty personnel on each to the hot spots around the country and they're going to be able to test about three or four thousand per per per unit so that's going to be about a hundred thousand per week right away and and those will will go to to quest into lab core and then hospitals are going to be able to send specimens right now a question lab core and they're going to get the throughput screening that you mentioned so I think about in about a week from now we're going to see about two or three hundred thousand more tests than before we might find that the incidence is actually lower than we're worried about but it's very good information to have because then we can figure out who is most at risk and then when they expand the testing that we already know who's my most don't don't we already know look I've I've read so much in terms of what the real again facts without fear with the real sciences if you look at the what the total number of contractions worldwide and then in the U. S. you've got you know you've got a very different story that I feel that now the media is not really telling the American people and because the numbers they kind of speak for themselves and you know we fight back to win against all these things Dr Nicola bring you in here and we know that those that don't have underlying medical conditions or compromised immune systems they're not at risk of dying the worst case seems to be a bronchial pneumonia like at times of flu well that's right turn to some extent you know they're out of the data came out of China and what we're seeing is the majority of the other places the the average age of the person who died at about over eighty years old may ten also have chronic medical conditions high blood pressure diabetes and so forth H. however there's something slightly concerning coming out of Italy where they started in Italy in the lumbar region now that actually has more of an elderly who has so many severe capers but it ends the worth mentioning that Italy is now reporting the majority of the particular ICO actually younger between the ages of about fifty five to sixty five so although this is likely a disease of more the elderly those with chronic illness we have to remember that chronic illness definitely played the par and we have a lot of Americans are living with diabetes and chronic lung disease and so there if you if you have young people out in the bars right now and the point is anyone can get sick and this can be severe in anyone but we don't just want to take these measures to save yourself your family you really want to protect those around you and I would just say that yes the pharmacy already over eighty five percent of people will only have a mild illness any symptoms at all but let your doctor keep in mind that there are younger people that are dying it is we can't just say that that is that the disease of the elderly and they're going to die anyway because I've been hearing people say that and that is awful and I don't want to hear that because we don't want to give you the numbers he had them when we were we're now at sixty nine and a debt Americans but they analyze the first forty eight and what they found is thirty seven of those deaths occurred in the state of Washington and twenty five of the Washington desecrated where older people are when you look at the the rest of the map you see the youngest victim was in his forties with underlying health issues for were in their sixties underlying medical condition seven in their seventies five either had underlying health issues a war in assisted living facilities the other two were a couple just returned from overseas six were in their eighties and either have medical conditions are and living facilities three in their nineties assisted living facilities so we're not seeing I mean not I just wanna give people the truth what it and what do younger people have to worry about that next one point I think the average age of that when this is all said and done it's going to be over eighty years of age however we have about six sixty percent of Americans living with chronic illness of some sort that about forty percent of the American actually have at least you chronic diseases and that our chronic illness epidemic is actually putting American could be slightly more vulnerable do that your fire but I do want people to be aware if you have chronic disease just because you're not over the age of eighty thank you can you won't hear Dr Segal worldwide we now have a hundred and sixty four thousand four hundred and seventy cases thereabouts that's the this morning's update or early afternoon update our total in the U. S. now at three thousand eight hundred and twenty three cases reported sixty seven patients with the virus have died many of which are just the fine for people now if I guess I wish we didn't have any pandemic so we shouldn't have cancer I wish we didn't have influenza every year you know as I do my research and I look at the numbers of people that contract the flu every year just the just the flu virus the numbers are massive and I eat you know you look at this for example twenty ten of eleven anywhere between thirty two thousand fifty one thousand Americans died you look at twenty twelve thirteen thirty seven of fifty seven thousand twenty thirteen fourteen thirty three to fifty thousand you know in the year swine flu killed twelve thousand four hundred sixty nine and tens of thousands of Americans contracted that I just don't remember this reaction is there a difference here that we that this is because this level of panic in people well there's a lot of reasons for that by the way the swine flu ended up being milder than we were expecting or worrying about and and we thought we're gonna see a lot more deaths but we certainly saw sixty million infected I think the problem here is that a lack of knowing and I actually like the testing and I'm pushing for more more testing and I'm getting that pulled that happened because I want to see all the people that don't have it I won't all the worried well out there that are sure they have it everyone thinks they have the joint of somebody down the block has it but they probably don't and that's what happened in South Korea when they started testing three hundred thousand people they found that ninety five percent didn't have it and then for those who don't have it I don't want them spreading it to the elderly or us but the call was saying the chronically ill people there that she met a really huge point sixty percent of Americans living with underlying health conditions I don't want them catching this virus so you know if if our young go around partying at a concert and they pick up a very mild case of enough for sure you're right join the vast majority of these cases are mild and and and the other point you're making is right you know we're jumping to the accelerator pedal all the time here without even remembering that this may not ever get to that to the degree that we already have in terms of numbers with some of our other problems in the United States alcoholism or car accidents or or or people that force contract other illnesses but we have to be vigilant and be at the ready for it and we take it very seriously which is correct Dr Nicole when I look at this why isn't there the same reaction to the average flow when we lose tens of thousands every year or I would say let's go back to H. one N. one and there was a particular fear and Barack Obama referred to it as a a Mexico pandemic at the time I guess he was racist by today's definition but at the time that was unique wasn't it because it was a virus that had a crossover between humans and animals in that sense however most of our pandemics have banned from viruses that have undergone antigenic shifts in Europe and the change to be able to infect humans think of a lot of people want to say why is it different than the flu and you're absolutely right we have a large amount of people who are infected with the flu every year we have tens of thousands of Americans that die every year including children from the flu which has different locally with covert nineteen we don't really see children being involved but the truth is the unknown truly instill panic in people and with each one and one and a half before the epidemic there was a sense of yeah people we've dealt with in for the fourth so they were able to actually give them basically test they didn't actually know the genetic sequences of the viruses but they could just test for the flu could see if it was a positive or negative and then they would have to figure out which strain it was this covert nineteen is caused by a coronavirus which you can't just give people a flu test to to kind of narrow that down and we don't have known antiviral spread that worked and we don't have a vaccine that can prevent it so the possibility of infection is quite great we're able to temperate somewhat with the other measures from the flu vaccine but truly it is the unknown that is causing concern and so that way as we want to get this under control our hospitals are already quite well because it is with these images for various other reasons so yes if we just had the fires digital we would be okay because we always have enough first responders we always have enough hospital beds the problem is there is the potential to be a very high amount of cases at one given time and that system that is already close to being all and that's why everyone is concerned not necessarily because the virus itself is so deadly in concert all right I I got to run but I I appreciate both of you and you're covered both on radio and TV has been extraordinarily smart measured informed I think also calming for a lot of people telling the truth and I think of this point in time when things get this wound up in the as politicized you you need to have that strategic calm in the middle of storm sometimes.

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Rep. Diaz-Balart of Florida becomes 1st congressman with known positive test for new coronavirus

John Rothmann

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Rep. Diaz-Balart of Florida becomes 1st congressman with known positive test for new coronavirus

"Meanwhile correspondent Linda Kenyon reports the first member of Congress has tested positive for covert nineteen Florida Republican representative Mario Diaz Balart says he developed symptoms on Saturday and that he later tested positive for covert nineteen he's been in self quarantine in his Washington DC apartment he says his wife is a cancer and chronic lung disease survivor and that both conditions Porter at exceptionally high risk so he has decided not to return to Florida out of an abundance of

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Coronavirus: Ecuador reports 1st new case, Mexico confirms 2 more

Pat Thurston

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: Ecuador reports 1st new case, Mexico confirms 2 more

"The corona virus continues to spread when you add up the new cases reported by South Korea just this weekend they account for one third of all the over thirty five hundred confirmed cases in the country and the U. S. is seeing its first corona virus for tally Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says some groups are higher risk than others but there are exceptions for the most part the people get in trouble and ultimately tragically would die from this are people who are elderly and or have underlying conditions heart disease chronic lung disease diabetes obesity because of the difficulty in breathing back and forth however every once in a while you're gonna see a one off you're gonna see a twenty five year old person who looks otherwise well and the number of cases has also shot up in Iran and Italy Mexico and Ecuador now confirmed cases as well I'm Evan

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"A couple of questions for Dr country about this particular twelve fires documentaries what do you now understand about the morbidity inspector for medically fragile people are you confident that if you are a relatively healthy young person that this will not be fatal okay so the N. the number in our country currently is low but when you look at the pattern it seems to be following the experiences that others have had is never one hundred percent if you look at the totality of the cases that have been reported particularly from China about seventy five to eighty percent of them would do really quite well they would just sort of like a bad flu or cold you get anywhere from fifteen to twenty twenty some one percent who are going to go on to be quiet advanced medical care hospitalization possibly intensive care for the most part the people get in trouble and ultimately tragically would die from this of people who are elderly and or have underlying conditions heart disease chronic lung disease diabetes obesity because of the difficulty in breathing back and forth however every once in a while you're gonna see a one off you're gonna see a twenty five year old person who looks otherwise well that's going to get seriously ill but the vast majority of the people who get into trouble do have these underlying conditions and that's why it confuses people because they say what you just said that and then there's a report of a forty year old physician from China who died that's going to happen that happens with influenza most of the time influenza kills people for advanced age and underlying conditions but you hear in the media every once in a while a college student would get infected and ultimately die but the majority is in that respect one more technical question.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A couple of questions for Dr country about yes I think there's less fires documentaries what do you now understand about the marketing sector for medically fragile people are you confident that if you are relatively healthy young person that this will not be favorite okay so the N. the number in our country currently is low but when you look at the pattern it seems to be following the experiences that others have had is never one hundred percent if you look at the totality of the cases that have been reported particularly from China about seventy five to eighty percent of them would do really quite well they would just sort of like a bad flu or cold you get anywhere from fifteen to twenty twenty some one percent who are going to go on to be quiet advanced medical care hospitalization possibly intensive care for the most part the people get in trouble and ultimately tragically would die from this of people who are elderly and or have underlying conditions heart disease chronic lung disease diabetes obesity because of the difficulty in breathing back and forth however every once in a while you're gonna see a one off you're gonna see a twenty five year old person who looks otherwise well that's going to get seriously ill but the vast majority of the people who get into trouble do have these underlying conditions and that's why it confuses people because they say well you just said that and then there's a report of a forty year old physician from China who died that's going to happen that happens with influenza most of the time influenza kills people who are advanced age and underlying conditions but you hear in the media every once in a while a college student would get infected and ultimately die but the majority is in that respect one more technical question.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"N. the number in our country currently is low but when you look at the pattern it seems to be following the experiences that others have had is never one hundred percent if you look at the totality of the cases that have been reported particularly from China about seventy five to eighty percent of them would do really quite well they would just sort of like a bad flu or cold you get anywhere from fifteen to twenty twenty some one percent who are going to go on to be quiet advanced medical care hospitalization possibly intensive care for the most part the people get in trouble and ultimately tragically would die from this of people who are elderly and or have underlying conditions heart disease chronic lung disease diabetes obesity because of the difficulty in breathing back and forth however every once in a while you're gonna see a one off you're gonna see a twenty five year old person who looks otherwise well that's going to get seriously ill but the vast majority of the people who get into trouble do have these underlying conditions and that's why it confuses people because they say what you just said that and then there's a report of a forty year old physician from China who died that's going to happen that happens with influenza most of the time influenza kills people for advanced age and underlying conditions but you hear in the media every once in a while a college student would get infected and ultimately die but the majority is in that respect.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What do you now understand about the mobility sector person medically fragile people are you confident that if you are relatively healthy young person that this will not be favorite okay so the N. the number in our country currently is low but when you look at the pattern it seems to be following the experiences that others have had is never one hundred percent if you look at the totality of the cases that have been reported vertically from China about seventy five to eighty percent of them would do really quite well they would just sort of like a bad flu or cold you get anywhere from fifteen to twenty twenty some one percent who are going to go on to be quiet advanced medical care hospitalization possibly intensive care for the most part the people get in trouble and ultimately tragically would die from this are people who are elderly and or have underlying conditions heart disease chronic lung disease diabetes obesity because of the difficulty in breathing back and forth however every once in a while you're gonna see a one off you're gonna see a twenty five year old person who looks otherwise well that's going to get seriously ill but the vast majority of the people who get into trouble do have these underlying conditions and that's why it confuses people because they say well you just said that and then there's a report of a forty year old physician from China who died that's going to happen that happens with influenza most of the time influenza kills people who are advanced age and underlying conditions but you hear in the media every once in a while a college student would get infected and ultimately die but the majority is in that respect one more technical.

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Schumer calls for $6 billion more in coronavirus funds than Trump requested

Pat Farnack

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Schumer calls for $6 billion more in coronavirus funds than Trump requested

"Well corona virus will be the topic when president trump told a news conference tonight at six PM they'll be joined by CDC officials will carry it live here on WCBS eight eighty Republicans and Democrats are worried that the country isn't prepared as the CDC warned of an inevitable pandemic we get more now from CBS news correspondent Nancy quarters from Capitol Hill lawmakers from both sides challenge the White House Tuesday on its two point five billion dollar budget for fighting corona virus if you lo lo something like this you pay for it later land securities yes Sir and you can't tell me if we have enough for a spring and its plan for stockpiling supplies have enough face masks we for the department of homeland security might not asking for the department homeland star you would ask him for the American people for the for the entire American public yes No I would say probably not minority leader Chuck Schumer is requesting eight point five billion dollars in emergency funds to combat the virus that's more than three times the amount requested by the trump administration the CDC's Dr and shook it told CBS this morning who's most at risk for the virus system what we know so far this severe cases are primarily occurring in the elderly and adults with chronic conditions like diabetes or chronic lung disease we haven't seen the disease to any great extent in children there have been fifty seven confirmed cases in the U. S. mostly people repatriated from China or from a cruise ship in Japan the first American soldier has contracted the virus in South Korea the military says a twenty three year old soldier based in camp Carroll was in self quarantine at home Brazil's government has now confirmed the first case of the new coronavirus in Latin America in China there are now more than seventy eight thousand confirmed cases there have been more than twenty seven hundred deaths from the

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Hospital can remove baby from life support: Judge

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Hospital can remove baby from life support: Judge

"A legal and medical drama continues to play out in fort worth Texas where a judge has ruled that a local hospital is within its right to remove a critically ill baby from life support here's correspondent Jim Ryan the family of eleven month old tensely Lewis plans to appeal the judge's ruling as right to life groups look for another medical facility that will accept the child as a patient meanwhile Tinsley remains on a ventilator and feeding tube her nurses say she's suffering physically as her mother suffered emotionally tensely as Bennett cook Medical Center center premature birth in February she was born with a rare heart defect that has left her with chronic lung disease and severely high blood pressure the hospital says it reached out to more than twenty other facilities but none will accept the child saying further care would be

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"With chronic lung disease and severely high blood pressure the hospital says it reached out to more than twenty other facilities but none will accept the child saying further care would be ineffective forty five degrees we still have some rain and drizzle around the humidity ninety three percent winter southwest at eight miles an hour ten ten wins accu weather cloudy fog around for the rest of the morning and then we're looking at rain and drizzle today with temps reaching fifty degrees for tonight still the rate and drizzle and a low of forty four tomorrow carbon copy that up to forty eight degrees tomorrow night could see a snow shower well north and west of the city thirty seven in mid town freezing in the suburbs and then a morning flurry on Sunday otherwise clouds with some sun windy in turning colder forty one degrees real feels in the twenties and thirties it is forty five now with a real feel temperature of thirty eight wins news time ten thirty six new music from Justin Bieber to ten ten wins entertainment it all starts with just one thing be smart when operating your thermostat this winter lowering the temperature just a few degrees saves a lot of energy and a programmable thermostat can save even more find tips and more at one thing US dot com what's your one thing it all starts with just one thing this year resolve to recycle more start with paper bottles and cans recycle electronics that you waste facilities and complete the cycle by buying items like clothes second hand find tips and more one thing you ask dot com what's your one thing did you know there are over a thousand podcasts on radio dot com download the app or had to radio dot com to listen to all your favorite national and local podcast including your favorite morning shows.

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Vaping increases the risk of lung disease by a third

Joel Riley

01:16 min | 7 months ago

Vaping increases the risk of lung disease by a third

"Quickly for people that smoke vape the research the information about that continues to not be great to build a new piece this morning study with a warning for easing users and finds that vaping increases the risk of lung disease like asthma bronchitis emphysema chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by about thirty percent they were comparing people who smoke invades to people who never smoked or baked they say by comparison people who smoke cigarettes double the risk of chronic lung disease now those who both use traditional and the E. CIGS the risk more than triples university of California San Francisco center for tobacco control research and education actor there Stanton Glantz says ease cigarettes are promoted as harmless and they're not period CDC figures show that more than twenty seven point five percent of US high school students vape so if you got kids in the house need to have that hard talks like look we think vaping is not that big a deal but it does increase your risk of lung disease if you smoke cigarettes and your vape triples IT so again hard talk time

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New Study Links Vaping to Chronic Lung Illness in Humans

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

New Study Links Vaping to Chronic Lung Illness in Humans

"Fifteen a new study finds that Peiping can increase a person's risk of developing chronic lung diseases a study from UC San Francisco for the first time links using E. cigarettes to a significant increase risk of developing chronic lung diseases like asthma bronchitis emphysema or chronic obstructive pulmonary

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Ernest Quintana, Senior Vice President And Chronic Lung Disease discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Ernest Quintana, Senior Vice President And Chronic Lung Disease discussed on WBZ Midday News

"Element has always been a critical part of caring for the sick. But that might be changing. The family of a California man says that they are devastated that doctors used a robot to tell him he was dying seventy eight year old Ernest Quintana taken to Kaiser permanent day medical center in Fremont with chronic lung disease. He was in intensive care when a telemedicine robot rolled into his room and a doctor told him by video call that he would likely die within days. His granddaughter Annalisa will harm took a cell phone video of the consultation one. Comfortable. Quintana died two days after being admitted to the hospital a senior vice president at the hospital said its policy is to have a nurse

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Why you should definitely get a flu shot -- and soon

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Why you should definitely get a flu shot -- and soon

"Twenty. Well, it's now time to get your flu vaccinations, and it may seem a little early. But apparently, it's not KCBS. Jennifer Hodges self says that health experts say is really never too early to get your flu shot typically people are encouraged to get the flu vaccine by the end of October. But health experts say it's better to be on the early side, Dr gel brassy with the CDC people at high risk for severe illness. If they get infected are pregnant women young children people sixty five years and older people with underlying health disorders like asthma diabetes. Dr Sarah, Cody is Santa Clara county's public health officer if you have chronic lung disease, chronic heart disease, if you are severely obese, Dr Cody says for some people in particular, it makes sense to get the shot early for children who've never been vaccinated before they actually need to get a series of two shots to be fully protected. Those shots need to be four weeks apart the flu typically starts as early as. October for most of us. Flu is an inconvenience that takes us away from school or work or daily life. But for some people it can actually be life

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Chinese hackers targeted U.S. firms, government after trade mission: researchers

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Chinese hackers targeted U.S. firms, government after trade mission: researchers

"An east coast cybersecurity firm reports that computers, in Alaska where the. Target of Chinese hackers throughout a trade mission to the country the mission led by governor Bill Walker was supposed to boost Chinese interest in Alaskan products in. Relationships such as proposed trans Alaska natural gas pipeline. Most of the targeted organizations were those at the, center, of the trade,

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"Of the things that you would expect in terms of mental health problems or substance dependence or other issues but also you know really common chronic diseases like heart disease cancer chronic lung disease asthma diabetes alzheimer's and so that again was the just defied what we thought we knew about the long term impacts of childhood adversity overnight i saw the original study one of the things that concern me and i think this is actually what i it is that i didn't see an analysis of racing income like it wasn't that that didn't seem to be present in the original study but i think that it's an updated sense wanted since you're an expert i wanted to ask you do we know about how trauma impacts communities differently by demographics yes so well we know more than we did when the ace study was originally published two decades ago right so what we now understand that the the the biological mechanism and this is where all of my research and interest has come in is like how does that happen how is it that if you're exposed to adversity in childhood that it you know way increases your risk for heart disease right and what we now understand that the biological mechanism by which this happens is something is is a condition called 'toxic stress which is that when you're exposed to stressful or traumatic situations it activates our bodies biological stress response our fight or flight response and that's good right like that is you know your body releases stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol and and all of this is supposed to you know save your life from a mortal threat right and that's good but if it's activated too frequently then these systems that are supposed to be adaptive or helpful they lose their ability to regulate themselves normally like we lose the normal regulation of that system and it goes from being adaptive or helpful to maladaptive or harmful right so you see too much stress hormones and you.

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Puerto Rico struggles with jump in asthma cases post-Hurricane Maria

24 Hour News

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Puerto Rico struggles with jump in asthma cases post-Hurricane Maria

"The location of nine one one calls to about sixty three hundred emergency response centers in the us apple is addressing problems caused by the technological mismatch between an analog system built fifty years ago and today's increasingly sophisticated smartphones an elephant that once belonged to michael jackson briefly escaped from a zoo and was generally being bag the bull elephant named ali wandered through an open gate of the jacksonville zoo and wound up in a courtyard behind the giraffe and elephant barn the susa visitors weren't in any danger and safety protocols were quickly put into place zoo staff entice the elephant back into the enclosure by tempting it with food allie was loose for about twenty minutes asthma cases are on the rise in puerto rico following hurricane maria the us territory had high rates of asthma even before the hurricane hit last fall an estimated thirteen percent of the island's residents had asthma compared to eight point three percent and the us mainland in twenty sixteen doctors say debris still being collected from the category four storm and hundreds of generators still being used on the island are in part to blame that chronic lung diseases caused by things like pollution airborne mould and pollen all of which have increased post maria the fourth of july is coming up so i'm having a few buddies over for a barbecue to watch the fireworks we're going to be grilling and of course having some awesome drinks to get everything i needed i went to total wine and more when josh drops every time i walk in wine beer cigars all the accessories and decorations i need when family this bobby that was just amazing we went to give it a try at the tasting table as soon as i tasted it i knew it was going to be perfect for watching the fireworks i can't wait for my next trip to total wine and more they always find something that's freakin delicious.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Chronic lung disease is a problem worldwide cording to one report there's over three hundred and thirty four million people suffer from asthma and another two hundred fifty one million have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease that's copd and these caused billions of dollars a year and one of the problems is we are struggling to find out what's the most effective treatments for different people with these different conditions well astra zeneca is one of the multinational global pharmaceutical companies and they're turning to precision medicine in order to come up with the most effective treatment for people with these lung diseases they signed an agreement with a company called allstone medical and what this company does is they have breathalyzer technology where they can sample breath samples and detect different biomarker chemicals in the breath so more than just bad breath it can detect other chemicals that will serve as predictors for different kinds of disease and different varieties of the disease so hopefully this can point towards different treatments to respond to those different varieties that will be more effective and lower costs and produce better outcomes so this is just one more example of how big data is going to transform healthcare around the world as we gather more information about different diseases and individual bodies and how they differ so that we can create targeted treatments that are more effective and produce better outcomes there's a saying give kit a hammer and the whole world looks like a nail well when it comes to technology these days it seems as if artificial intelligence is the hammer people are turning to artificial intelligence machine learning neural networks as a means of solving all kinds of problems not just healthcare but other problems as well there's a lot of very interesting research that's being done using artificial intelligence to solve some of these healthcare problems one of the most interesting reports that's come out recently is a study that was focusing on melanoma skin cancer.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The american lung association what can we do to help you so that if they're smoking there's help to help them quit let them know if they have asthma copd that there are support groups where they can find community and education and then as lisa said we always need volunteers the money is fantastic but the people are better if they're taking advantage of our programs and volunteering and becoming an active part of what the lung association does they will then help our mission goes so much further when we talk about our families and the people in our circle i think most families are affected by something that is aided by the american lung association i had a father who smoked for years he put it aside later on in life i have a brother with asthma both individuals who could be helped greatly by what the american lung association has to offer and i think a lot of people in their families have similar situations thirty two million people year suffer from chronic lung disease so this is something that should affect most families some way somehow ideally we would like to end that by funding the best and the brightest researchers so big portion of our annual fundraising goes towards research six million dollars alone last year into lung cancer research the number one cancer killer and we are really trying organization to step up our game if you will and put a lot more towards research and critical therapies so we can into chronic lung disease and hopefully put ourselves out of a job we'd all just be sitting around doing well.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

TEDTalks (audio)

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)

"Many of my colleagues initially were skeptical that they would be any link between public health and mining they predicted that the health problems could be explained by poverty or by lifestyle issues like smoking obesity when i started i thought maybe they would be right we started by analyzing existing databases that allowed us to link population health to mining activity and to control statistically for age sex race smoking obesity poverty education health insurance and others we could measure we found evidence that confirmed the concerns of the residents and we started to publish our findings as a very brief summary we found that people who live where mountaintop removal takes place have significantly higher levels of cardiovascular disease kidney disease and chronic lung disease like copd death rates from cancer are significantly elevated especially for lung cancer we've seen evidence for higher rates of birth defects and for babies born at lowbirthweight the difference in total mortality equates to about twelve hundred excess deaths every year in mtr areas controlling for other risks twelve hundred excess deaths every year not only our death rates higher but they increase the levels of mining go up in a dose response manner next we started to conduct community door to door health surveys we surveyed people living within a few miles of mtr versus similar rural communities without mining survey results show higher levels of personal and family illness self reported health status poorer and illness symptoms across a broad spectrum are more common.

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Orange County, James Bodey and Orlando discussed on The Magic Mechanic

The Magic Mechanic

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Orange County, James Bodey and Orlando discussed on The Magic Mechanic

"Thank was a wanted man we do believe that a dangerous individual is off the streets of orange county we've learned that forty eight year old james bodey was wanted for killing an eighty two year old windermere woman on thursday and for a violent carjacking yesterday morning taking the daughter of the murder victim body is considered her ex boyfriend wbz b o where orlando turns first for breaking news mostly cloudy with showers from time to time as they had through the afternoon we're going up to a high of eighty one degrees our chance of rain and we'll be at forty percent from channel nine eyewitness news i'm meteorologist eboni dion and i'm daniel vargas continuing our team coverage hundreds of residents in orlando are raising awareness about domestic violence the eighth annual pause for peace walk went underway this morning and blue jacket park just off east colonial were walkers marched alongside their furry companions the effort in conjunction with harbor houses central florida is to make known that both owners and their pets can be victim of domestic violence and are encouraging others to speak up about a teen who shot and injured a high school student near ocala will remain in the marion county jail jeopardy say sky boucher's motive for carrying a shotgun in a guitar case and using it to shoot a student was to ignite fear deputies say he entered a bathroom and place a tactical vest and gloves on before leaving and shooting the student in the ankle boucher faces multiple charges and is set to appear again in court on may twenty second day of remembering the life of a former first lady former first lady barbara bush is remembered by her son former florida governor jeb bush who spoke at her funeral today barbara bush filled our lives with laughter and joy and in the case of her family she was our teacher role model on how to live a life of purpose and meaning mrs bush died tuesday at the age of ninety two after losing to stop treatment for congestive heart failure and chronic lung disease current first lady melania tweeting about the events saying it was an honor to pay her respects and that her sincerest thoughts and.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Well the report said the check congestive heart failure and there's a variety of causes of that and in all likelihood she's been treated probably for years for this but also said that she had chronic lung disease so as people age just about all of us get chronic lung disease a lot of people think you have to be a smoker to get it but that's not true a normal part of aging is to get both emphysema and chronic bronchitis she was ninety two so she probably had both of those things and and she just said i i don't want any more treatment and you know that's a that's a perfectly acceptable solution never know yeah i i mean i you know a lot of people gosh if you get to be ninety two and you get to to be around your family at the time your best you need you know you call your own shots that's pretty much as good as it gets you know that that is the you know the way the way to do it and you know often what happens though is if a couple like like the bushes here and and you know her her husband they've been married for seventy three years and i don't imagine that george will be far behind they usually you know they really miss the person they spent their entire life with georgia's and in great shape as well i hate to say it but you often you hear of the spouse whether it's male or female the husband or wife shortly going after their their spouse no i totally agree with you and that's been my experience now and especially if the if the woman dies i.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on The Takeout

"Why is this strain killing children a number of reasons first of all and you that unusual well you know it depends on the particular type of virus it is not entirely rare to see children at all in fact with influenza if you break them down into the vulnerable groups that tend to get complications the elderly are people with underlying conditions like heart disease chronic lung disease diabetes obesity pregnant women and very young children from zero to four so one of the reasons why children of all mobile is that their immune system is not particularly well developed to fight against the virus the other thing is that they have a very robust inflammatory response so not only is the virus causing them problem but their own bodies response to the virus creates a degree of difficulty with disease the pontus audience understand what that means well that means for example if if i would get infected i would get a fever and maybe a little aches and pains children have what we call a very robust response to infection the body fights back body fights back hard hard but unfortunately when the body fights back to hard it actually damages the body and what happens is the body releases a bunch of what we call inflammatory proteins things that create high fevers and even tissue destruction so it's almost a double whammy you get the virus that's hurting you and the bodies response to the viruses making things even worse and is that why we're seeing stories where parents are have a child whose diagnosed and within a day or two something dreadful happens it's an unusual event a rare event but it occurs and that's the reason my parents are very concerned when they hear in the media that an otherwise healthy child gets infected and actually died said.

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"chronic lung disease" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"chronic lung disease" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"It was with heart failure or chronic lung disease these are diseases that frequently result in readmission to the hospital and lengthy stays and all kinds of complications well they had two groups one was treated normally and one was able to submit information about their health through a smartphone app and using connected devices that they had in their home at the end of twelve months they discovered that the hospital admissions for the control group the ones that were treated had an average of two point six hospital readmissions per patient but the telehealth group it was only one point one less than half the number of admissions emergency room visits were cut in half from four point two per patient to two point one and the average length of stay for patients that were admitted to the hospital that was cut by more than three days from eleven about eleven days down to eight days and so this is a huge gain not only in the quality of life for the patients but it also saves ton of healthcare money so better outcomes lower costs telehealth is on the way and we can hope for a future where we're going to have more interactions with the doctor with less travel and more efficient use of everybody's time if you read technology stories these days it seems that everyone is filled with the blockchain's or artificial intelligence or machinelearning or some new hitech kind of technology that's changing the world well some of this stuff is actually being used for pretty oldfashioned kinds of things is a young man who played jazz piano unfortunately he had a an injury where he lost one of his hands researchers down at the georgia institute of technology actually created a mechanical hand a prosthetic hand but it use is artificial intelligence to allow him to control it basically what was happening was they took readings of the muscle signals that he was sending to his forearm and used an artificial intelligence machine learning program to decipher what those different signals man as he was trying to to do think so.

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