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"college public health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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05:53 min | 4 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"What they're saying. So you can't be me. I love it. So it goes down. People were masks. It goes back up. People are wearing masks have any actual evidence of this? No. Great. More on that in a second. I love this. Garcia said They have found single cases from people that attended large political rallies, including a recent visit by President Trump Quote. At least at this point. We're not seeing an outbreak related to that. But Regina wanted it. She's like this is terrible. We can't There's no Albert has been over two weeks. Ryan, you were there. I was there. Yep. Been waiting. Where will come? I'm not sick. What's going on here? He said. It's too early to tell of rising cases were tied to the reopening of schools. There you go. There you go. Well, what are the ages of the These people are they school is such a decent hospital cases are in all age groups, but they're more concentrated in those 25 to 64 years old. That's what Dr Joe Gerald and associate professor with you of a Zuckerman college public health and this guy. Here we go. You ready for this? Um, he's already predicting this guy's a doomsday are also big, doomsday air, Huge doomsday air. He said. We need to be thinking about what we could do to slow this thing down. You can slow down a virus and we want to do the 1st 15 days. To make sure hospitals wouldn't become overwhelmed. And they didn't become overwhelmed There. Still not overwhelmed. It's still not happening. So don't give me this crap that we You can't do anything to slow down a virus. It's gonna virus. So we're seven months and now you're just starting to begin to think about what we need to be thinking well, because it wasn't bad before. He's like, Oh, man is that I think he's going to get better now that that's because he's a doomsday heir, and he is all it is. This guy. This guy's a joke. This Dr Joe Gerald, he said, quote. This is in the paper. This is in the local paper. There's a story ready for this, he said. I don't know exactly. But I think some time perhaps as soon as Thanksgiving, certainly By Christmas. We're going to be in trouble in Arizona. They didn't We hear this when Regina was like when she was on MSNBC and CNN saying We're down to five, I seeyou beds. Ah ah! We don't believe your crap anymore because you know what's going on. Nothing's gonna happen. That's going over all the hospitals and this guy just gets away with it. Oh, well, it'll say it because people were mass again. And it says here there has been a trend of fewer people adhering to safety measures that reduce viral spread, like wearing masks for physically distancing Gerald, said Dr Joe Gerald. Of course, they didn't say Where is your evidence of this is like all of a sudden doctors and scientists don't actually rely on science anymore. They didn't We know that He added things we'll need to get worse in order for people to change their behaviours over policy makers to step in. Where is your Where is your actual evidence that fewer people are wearing? Masks? Where is it? I want to know. I still so people wearing masks. Where is it? Any other reasons that I do sometimes when I go out. I don't want those businesses to get bullied by Pema County health, which is why I beg of you. Not just about Trumper make Sally Vote for all the Republicans for the Pema County supervisor. You want freedom? You need freedom in there. You've got to get rid of these idiots like Huckleberry, the administrator who hired The worst doctors in Pima County Doctor Garcia and Doctor Doctor Theresa Cullen, the child abuser, and they just wanna ruin school ruin. Kids lives their mental health. By imposing all these lockdowns about schools in sports, and everything is they're destroying kids. She's just She's a child abuser in that aspect, Doctor, you get the Republicans in there. Your fire Huckleberry. And you have them hire good people that are not going to abuse Children like them. These people are drunk with power. And they have no idea whether they're guessing as they go. All right. You have the ridge in Israel. What was the date on this one again? July 8th. We put this in 7. July seventh. Regina on was it on CNN, One of the cable news networks said this here we go immediately. I am absolutely concerned about I see you bed capacity here in Tucson, Arizona. We on Arizona Tucson is located in Pema County. Which team a county has the health Department. What we hear from her health department is that at days we have five to turn I C u bed. Liar available Liar! Anyway. That was 19 days after the mass mandate was installed here. In Tucson 19 days 19 days. She's a liar. They're all liars. I'm over it. Hopefully, tomorrow is when his beginning of the end for all this crap. I'm over matter. Remember, they said the Midwest is getting hit. Well, I have information about the Midwest there but honest and I also have my page facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis Radio Twitter parlor. It's all there. It's tremendous this story from the Federalist. It's 12 graphs is selling his hard graft to CDC line Go up and down. These 12 grafts show Mask mandates do nothing to stop co vid. They're all there like Austria required masks if I can look back in AA the beginning of April. Nate alone. They required them as it was going down. And now all of a sudden, starting in AA August. It started go back up with a mask mandates. Same exact thing for Germany, and you want to try the same exact thing for the UK They're required masks back in July, and then all of a sudden, two months later have a major uptick in Covina. Then, if you look at this this California required masks in June, and they had a major uptick in Julie. We're actually on their way up, and it's been going up ever since. Hawaii Indoor Mass mandate back in April Outdoor Mass Monday back in July, and the two weeks later they had a major uptick and they're still up. I mean, it's it's all there. You can't argue with this data..

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"college public health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"There you go. May have more if I have time, but really quick to on that note. On and we don't trump's gonna roll. What am I going to say? I'm running an I d on the 6 A.m. hour in case you didn't hear it, but it was brilliant. Listen to the podcast for the show. I hate singing podcast, this dude on demand. There you go. It will be up in a nasty dot com I are actually I art radio dot com Search Gary Lewis and you'll find it. Um, but on that about the college student, there was something very similar. To the news story that was in the local paper on Sunday. About you have a being a hot spot. And they talked to a U of a Ah, you know, Egghead Doctor guy, right? Um, Who is this guy's name? Dr. Joe Gerald, Associate Professor. You have a Zuckerman College public health, and it says here Since Labor Day. Dad and Pema County showcases are overwhelmingly growing the fastest within the 0 to 19 age Group because of college kids, followed by 22 44 age because of college kids. That's been the reason why the number of deaths and hospitalizations have continued to stay low because those Age groups are the lowest risk of death or hospitalization. Surprised they had that in there, so I've been telling you for months on this, Dr Joe Gerald. Said. I haven't seen any evidence that age groups younger or older than 15 to 24 are doing anything but continuing to decline, albeit kind of slowly. You're the client. Even those people, it's the biggest spike going down. Zero Prevalence, baby, That's what we are. It's it's spread throughout the community were built up. We're good..

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"college public health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:06 min | 5 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Why you shaking Because it's funny. It's funny, isn't it? It's funny because it's true. She's quoted in the local paper story. Dr Teresa Colin Pima County Health Department director. Quote This increase in cases has the potential to have a very negative impact, not just on the students and those on campus. But also the rest of this community. Oh, man, it was so bad that everything dropped. Increase in cases. We know that college campuses, not island, she said. Students and the rest of the public come in contact every day. Especially in the popular areas around downtown. Why is it okay? That she's wrong on everything, she says. And if you know if anybody actually asked her, she say, Well, we're using our best in for best guesses based on information. It's like it's it's accepted that they're going to throw out all this information that always turns out to be wrong. And they'll say Well, don't blame me. You know, we're just using our best education. But when I say it's not as bad as they say it is your duty. You're just trying to get people killed. That's all you're doing. When is the media get a hold? Dr Cullen? Accountable for her horrific mistakes that are ruining businesses and livelihood in this community and causing people to lose their mind Because of this woman, Dr Cullen people are walking around in gloves. And goggles and face masks. Advisers. Raise all these like, but you covered up. People having nightmares because of this Children are suffering because of this woman. Now in the same story. It says here with one week left. This again was Tuesday of last week, just Tuesday. With one week left of a voluntary shelter in place recommendation, which ends today, by the way. It says here Corona virus positivity rates are declining. This is again Let's use declining among you ve students. But you have a officials warn that if cases continued to increase legal action is possible to try to curb the spread of the virus. They still went with that. You still went with the scare tactics. This is crazy. This is what they do. Robin said. If we continue to see the cases go up Even if they weren't I think the next step would be that the county would begin through legal proceedings to legally quarantine buildings, whether they be fret and sorority houses or even high rises. I mean, just scaring people. Scaring the bejeezus out of my They're just And it turns out that once again they were entirely wrong. As a matter of fact, there was a story that I saw on was it said it was Saturday. No Sunday. This Sunday. And I went to it. I've read it that I went back later. I saw it like five in the morning when I was awake, and it was gone and I had to, like kind of couldn't was going every time I click the link from the it was gone. I had to kind of Google. It tied a backdoor the way into it, and I did. And here's the story from Sunday. Milica Baber, Tucson's latest covert 19 hot spot. University of Arizona area. We What On spot. Second paragraph. Dr. Joe Gerald, associate professor with you of a Zuckerman college public health quote. I attribute the uptick in Pima County to the situation on University of Arizona campus are mitigation efforts didn't work as well as we had hoped. Oh, yet we dropped to 3.79% of the county. And up to it's dad's going down two weeks ago was 6.2 for what he said right And then the 5.4 and now 3.79. What is happening here? And again, you can't say it's because of the quarantine because they were dropping obviously, before the quarantine even took place. It's always wait two weeks, right? Well, then, if you want to see the impact of the quarantine, the quarantine literally ends today. So shouldn't now until two weeks from now shouldn't then we see like a major drug. Why we're seeing a major drop now. It has nothing to do with the quarantine and nothing to do with masks. We're getting screwed. We're getting hosed. We're getting hosed. And you remember, by the way, right? Dr Garcia, worst doctor in Pima County. His letter to public superintendents Public school super dense on September 3rd eye. It's not safe to open the schools, hospitals going up a. I'm worried about hospital capacity. What the hell's he talking about there? And you have a spike yet in this paper story came out on Sunday. Dr Garcia says here with new cases tapering elsewhere. Oh, Dr Garcia said early indications are that they might be surviving the university bump. Made up primarily of cases among you ve students. What bump? Where was the bump? I'm hoping that I'm not just being overly optimistic, but sort of based on what I know is coming from university this week, based on what we know from the testing what we've done hoping one of a week where we actually went down in terms of the number of cases. So again, they literally implemented this on the 14th ended on the 28th. And the two weeks that have happened. We've had a major drop. It has nothing to do because there was a way to weeks. The lag time, right? Well, that's the truth. Then we drop without needing all of this stuff to happen. Tell me how I'm wrong. I have more coming up and interesting sound bites from the the anti superintendent of schools. He finally gave up. The whole lying bitch said they're gonna go hybrid and find it's all coming up. Don't go anywhere. It is Canister morning ritual with Garrett Lewis. All right. So.

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Coronavirus: Health experts warn Americans to be responsible this holiday weekend

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00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Coronavirus: Health experts warn Americans to be responsible this holiday weekend

"Million Corona virus cases in the US nearly 187,000 deaths cases air climbing in 15 states, many connected to colleges. Health experts also warning Americans to be responsible this Labour Day weekend and not spread Cove in 19, it comes is the CDC is asking states to prepare for a possible vaccine. In November.

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"college public health" Discussed on WSB-AM

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01:33 min | 6 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on WSB-AM

"News Weather 95.5 w S B Let us news and talk. Good morning. It's three o'clock I mark a line live from the double U. S. B. 24 hour news center, Cherokee County Reopens Creek View Ottawa and Woodstock High School's Thursday, several weeks after the campuses were shut down. By excessive cases of Corona virus, the student tells Channel two action news like knowledge, got the virus. A lot of people were around people who got it. All three schools resume instruction with a hybrid schedule of in person and online learning. Atlanta temperature three o'clock 76 degrees. WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish. Clear skies overnight lows in the low seventy's sunshine Thursday with highs in the low to mid nineties. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up Ah, spike in the number of Corona virus cases at the University of Georgia prompts a professor in the college public health to call for an immediate end in person instruction on the Athens campus. Just not sure that being face to face in most cases is Helpful or necessary. This point, Dr Mark a. Bell tells Channel Two action News. Yuji, A student should also consider staying in Athens for Labor Day so they won't unintentionally. In fact, relatives back home. Top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Georgia and the other states received guidance from the Centers for Disease Control.

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"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:55 min | 6 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Game kicks off at 7 30, Austin, York NewsRadio teenage terrible. Many large North Texas school districts have pushed back the start of school to September October, but the question still remains. When is the right time to return to the classroom. Doctor, Peter Hotez, a dean at Baylor's College of Medicine, says returning in person learning too soon is going to spread the virus. If you were doing all you were doing in a school in New Hampshire, Vermont, upstate New York, where there's really low levels of transmission I think it'll go. Okay. I don't think it's gonna work in Dallas. I don't think it's still work in Boston or standing tone. You're a Houston, Dr Hotez tells NBC five unless transmission numbers decrease further in person Learning will fail, a report from UT Southwestern Medical Center says. Social distancing and other measures are 66% effective in Dallas County, and the percent of positive cases is going down. Hotels says Opening classrooms runs the risk of undoing those games, hospitalizations and new cases of covert 19 are dropping some in North Texas. That's good news. Dallas County judge says those numbers show the importance of being vigilant to avoid the spread. We get more now from Carly's Alan Sky Dallas County's now past 70,000 cases of covert 19 reporting 219 cases in five deaths Thursday, but 59 were from the backlog of unreported cases from the state. Dallas kind of reported in at least 1000 cases 18 days in July, and Judge Clay Jenkins says the downward trend is the result of people wearing masks practicing social distancing in staying home when they can Tarrant County reported 247 cases in nine deaths. Denton County had 200 won cases in two deaths. Collin County had 215 cases but says because of the backlog, numbers from the state are significantly overstated. Hospitalizations across the area have dropped from all 1600 at the beginning of August. 2 910 yesterday Alan Sky, a news radio 10 80 year old New Govind 19 Testing site is open in Tarrant County. It's It's at the south campus of Tarrant County College Public Health director Vinny Today. How says this site utilizes A saliva test, which is more popular than the nasal swab goes out of state, actually, to a lab in New Jersey, which is tied with the Rutgers University. So what? They receive it in their lab. The turnaround time is left. 48 hours today has says in order to test his many people as possible. The agency is partnering with many different labs, some that sent samples out locally others that send them out of state. Cleaning up after the hurricane ravages parts of Louisiana and Texas that stories coming up after traffic and weather together on the eights. If you think there's a better snack cake out there than tasty cake, you're simply myth cake in a day old piece of sheet cake from a coworker's birthday, Miss Cake your child have eaten syrup soaked waffle. That's a common mistake. Or worst of all, you resort to baking. If it's not tasty cake, it's.

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"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Have a black son and his life matters in my life matters, and there's a lot of change that needs to take place. The march calling for racial equality, Police reform and fairness in the criminal justice system will proceed from the Lincoln to the Martin Luther King Memorial. The shooting of a black man by a white police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has set off protests in major league sports. Jacob Blake is paralyzed from the waist down. His family is questioning why he's handcuffed to his hospital bed. So is Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers would have no personal understanding why that that would be necessary? Certainly he's he's paid. Ah, terrific price Already. Hurricane Laura has changed life forever for people like Craig Barker in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Devastating this's You're not gonna be home anymore. I don't know where we'll be able to rebuild roofs ripped off a large office building knocked over and a casino boat pinned under a bridge. At least six people were killed. Emergency crews expect to find more victims today. President of the University of South Carolina, says he's ready to pull the plug on in person class is the number of Corona virus cases has doubled in a single day with another, 191 reported. A man from Alabama has been indicted for making and marketing fake cancer drugs. CBS's Peter King, prosecutors in Birmingham say Patrick Bishop spent $600,000 and a Chinese compound used with other ingredients to make suppository is in his kitchen and at a warehouse. They say Bishop sold them to alternative medicine doctors and clinics in the U. S. Mexico and other countries. Now he faces the early three dozen counts of fraud and other charges He could get 20 years in prison. S and P Futures are up. 13 Dow Futures ahead. 1 48. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Good morning. It's 703 sons coming up. It's going to be a hot day. Excessive heat advisory today and tomorrow to that means triple digits for highs and heat index values as high as 110. With Suzy Seles. I'm Scott Sam's Mike Rogers has the morning off. Many school districts in North Texas have pushed back the start of in person learning to September or some even to October. 1 North Texas expert says that when students do return to the class, there will almost certainly be a spike in Corona virus cases. They are elders. Bailey Friday has our top story school leaders discussed what the right decision is. Dr. Peter Hotez, a dean at Baylor College of Medicine is straight to the point about in person learning, he tells NBC five. Unless transmission numbers decrease further, It's going to fail. No matter what you do with Plexi glass in them, and social distancing in masks. Kids are going to come in with Koven 19. Teachers will bus drivers will And there will be transmission teachers will get a report from UT Southwestern Medical Center says social distancing and other measures are 66% effective in Dallas County, and the percent of positive cases is going down. Protest says Opening classrooms runs the risk of undoing those gains, he says. Larger metro areas like the Dallas Iess D need to move forward with caution. Bailey Friday NEWS RADIO 10 80 K R L D. 70 for there have been more than 12,000 Corona virus deaths in Texas since the pandemic started. And while more deaths are reported in North Texas, local leaders say the number of new cases is trending down. Carol these Alan Sky a joins us Live with the latest Good Morning, Alan. Good morning Suzy Dallas County's now past 70,000 total cases since the pandemic began. But Judge Clay Jenkins says he's seeing a positive trend yesterday, Dallas kind of reported 219 additional cases. But 59 of those came from the backlog reported by the state and they were from June July and earlier this month. Jenkins says the trend downward as result of people wearing masks, maintaining social distancing. He says the focus is now shifting to helping hurricane evacuees. And he's thinking emergency managers from cities in Dallas County for doing what they can to help evacuees find hotel rooms so they don't have to open a large shelter. Dallas County also reported five additional deaths yesterday. Tarrant County reported 247 cases yesterday nine deaths. Collin County had 215 cases but says it lacks confidence in the information being provided by the state. Denton County had 201 new cases. Two more people there died, bringing their total to 100 Reporting live. Alan Skyla NewsRadio 10 80 year old. Thanks, Alan. Anew Cove in 19 Testing site is open in Tarrant County. It's at the south campus of Tarrant County College Public Health director Vinny Today. How says this site utilizes a saliva test, which is more popular than the nasal swab. It goes out of state, actually, to a lab in New Jersey, which is tied with the Rutgers University. So what? They receive it in their lab. Around. Time is less than 48 hours tonight says in order to test as many people as possible. The agency is partnering with many different labs, some that send samples out locally others that send them out of state because of the Corona virus. Fans at high school football games will notice a bunch of changes this year. Many of those games by the way, begin tonight. A rld is Austin York has that part of the story schools for a and smaller will start up tonight. One of the bigger games is the Argyle Eagles indicator at Eagle Stadium..

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"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Not getting the justice that we deserve way have many lives that we lost and they had a purpose. So where are your fighters for them? Because they can't fight. There's old white officer shot a black man, a teenaged vigilante who allegedly killed two demonstrators. As a court appearance in Illinois today to face extradition. Mets and Marlins players held a moment of silence to honor Jackie Robinson, Major League baseball's first black player before they walked off the field to protest police shootings. There. Game was postponed, so we're N B A and NHL matches. Another economic blow for airline employees during the pandemic. CBS's Peter King United says it will lay off nearly 2900 pilots starting October 1st the lack of demand being the reason carrier joins Delta, which is told nearly 2000 pilots, they'll be furloughed and American, which says as many as 19,000 airline employees could find themselves out of work. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Good morning. It's 503. We have a couple of clouds in the sky and 76 degrees right now. It is gonna be so hot and humid today. Heat advisory in effect today and tomorrow we'll be in the triple digits with heat index values as high as 110. So please be careful in this heat. With Suzy. Silly Sime Scott Sam's This Is the K Rld Morning News. Thank you for being with us this morning. A new covert 19 testing site is open in Tarrant County. It's at the South campus in Tarrant County College Public health director of any tenant today, A says this site utilizes a saliva test, which is more popular than the nasal swab goes out of state, actually, to a lab in New Jersey, which is tied with the Rutgers University. So what they receive it in their lab. The turnaround time is less than 48 hours. Today. I also says in order to test a cz many people as possible. The agency is partnering with many different labs. Some send samples out locally and others send them out of state. Tonight. High School football returns to North Texas Here's Carol These Austin, York, with the latest smaller schools, Faure and.

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"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"For that to back up on you from the Bush Turnpike. I'm Julian Rogers next reported 7 28 on your traffic leader. Wait. You have a severe thunderstorm warning for Parker Canning. This is gonna last until 7 45. We're hearing from the National Weather Service of 60 Mile an hour wind gusts. And possible quarter size. Hail hail, Damaged vehicles is expected in certain areas again. That's gonna last until 7 45 tonight. Severe weather a storm alert of sponsored by lawn Smith roofing. Take a look at the rest of the forecasters. Rick Mitchell. Get ready for some heat. How about a string of triple digit days? I'm NBC five Chief meteorologist rate Mitchell. The remains of Laura continue to move away, so our focus will shift to building heat across the area. Partly cloudy tonight alot of 78. Mostly sunny tomorrow. Get this Ah, high of 103 Saturday and Sunday Dry and hot 103 Saturday Wanna one Sunday Monday is still pretty hot highs in the upper nineties. By the time we get to Tuesday, slight chance for a weak front to slip in here, so not quite as hot a high of 94 with a shot for a shower thunderstorm. Well, looking at the radar right now didn't definitely getting most of the rain right? A little bit of areas in Fort Worth, Irving getting some Sprinkles and and Dallas looks like it's going to get something within the next 20 minutes or so. She'll be prepared for some rain there right now, though. 89 degrees at Carol D. Your news all day with traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the AIDS news radio 10 80 K rld stirs the service of war than brothers roofing. Tarrant County has opened yet another new site for people to get Corona virus tests. This one open today at the south campus of Tarrant County College. Public health director of any teenager toe toe, spoke with Carol D's David Rankin and Kristen Diaz. Sara County has partnered with the city Fort Worth, and we brought another testing location to County College South campus. And the entrance of that is at the you'll be rushing road there. Parking Lot five and six. You can't miss it from the street. We can handle any, You know, volume of people that come in. Currently we're set up for about 400 people a day. What kind of options do they have? When it comes to the.

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"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Council before that. He submitted his letter of resignation this week, and it was accepted by the City Council today. Under state law. He will remain in office until his successor is sworn in. Watts did not list a reason for his resignation. But he is expected to be a candidate for an open seat in the Texas State Senate. The special election in district 30 is happening at the end of September, but the deadline to file for a spot on the ballot is tomorrow. Steven Pickering news radio 10 80 Karel de, Another person in Den County has been diagnosed with West Now virus is the second case this week and the third this year. The patient lives in trophy club health officials are urging people to take precautions. To avoid the mosquitoes that could spread the virus. They say people should use insect repellent when outdoors and try to drain any standing water that conserve as a breeding site for mosquito Corona virus testing side opening up in Tarrant County at the south campus of Tarrant County College. Public health director of any 10 Asia says it uses a saliva test. And it's more popular than the old nasal swab out of state actually, to a lab in New Jersey, which is tied with the records University so what they receive it in their lab. The turnaround time is less than 48. Hours, says in order to test his many people as possible. The agency's partnering with different labs, some of them Send the samples out locally and others send them out of state. Some of the worst fears have come true, with more Children going back to school in rooms as opposed to virtual love learning like they did in the spring. New research has found that the corona virus cases of jumped 21% in Children over the last two weeks since August, 6th 70,000 kids have tested positive. Dr. Gian Carlo is the CEO of Prison Health North Texas and he's with the governor's covert task force. I think we're in a very, very tenuous place right now. We certainly want to get back to having kids in school. But I think that there is a risk. I do think that kids or not. Stay for free from Corona virus, and I think they can even have severe illnesses We've seen in Dallas County alone from August 1st to the 14th 531 Kid's got the virus. About half of them in high school. More evidence that Corona virus has cranked up the dialogue are stress in 2020 you study from U C. San Diego finds more people are Google searching for panic and anxiety attacks and at any other time since 2000 for Researchers use Google trends Data for the words, panic attack or anxiety attack The levels at all time highs between the middle of March in the middle of May Express script says. Prescriptions for anti anxiety medications jumped 34% during the middle of March alone, Wal Mart maybe jumping into the social media world. WalMart may team up with Microsoft by TIC TAC, whose parent from Beit Dance has been ordered by President Trump to sell its U. S operations over personal data concerns with the Chinese company. WalMart tells CNBC that the way TIC TAC has integrated e commerce and advertising capabilities in other markets is a clear benefit to creators and users in those markets. Oracle, meanwhile, has reportedly submitted a cash and stock bid for TIC Tac Worth $20 billion that CBS is Jason Brooks reporting. The governor Louisiana says it's bad. It could been so much worse. That story's coming up listening to news. Traffic and weather is even easier on your iPhone. Just tell Siri play NewsRadio 10 80 K R T. Hi Carol from l A here when we rescued Sadie, our shelter said she was a lab mix, but that didn't seem right because of all of her energy. So we decided to test her DNA with embark. Turns out she's a border collie, boxer and beagle mix. Suddenly, Sadie made a lot more sense. Now we know she needs a lot of exercise, and we've even started agility training with her anything to keep Sadie happy.

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Dallas - Texas college students form alliance to combat campus spread of COVID-19

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Dallas - Texas college students form alliance to combat campus spread of COVID-19

"Of 20 universities. Joining forces to prevent the spread of Cove in the College Health Alliance of Texas or chat for short is trying to get college students to follow health and safety guidelines. AUSTIN Hinkle Student body Vice president at S. M u came up with the idea that Kobe pandemic is one of our generation defining moment and this alliance Ames I encourage you not to step up to the plate. Hinkle says. Students have a huge responsibility right now, because the way they practice safety precautions will have a direct impact on their education. He says. Chat is planning a statewide survey to get a few for students, top health and safety concerns. The group is also putting together a student guide, including CDC recommendations, Mental health checklists and Kobe 19 tips for studying. Daily

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Boston Students Move Back To Campus With Pandemic Precautions and Extra Costs

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00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Boston Students Move Back To Campus With Pandemic Precautions and Extra Costs

"Families are complaining that colleges and universities Are not offering discounts for students to take classes online, and now we're learning that some colleges, including at least one here in Massachusetts, is actually charging extra for students returning to campus Merrimack College in North Andover has announced that returning students will have to pay a $475 Covad mitigation fee each semester. The college requires in person students to test negative before they could move in and will conduct test every week using a college testing plan offered by the Broad Institute and enmity in Cambridge. The college says that it cannot absorb the extra cost of the tests and other covert 19 precautions. Other colleges have announced fees that very to cover the cost of the tests and other steps to prevent an outbreak. In some cases, students may be able to receive reimbursement from college health plans for the cost of the tests. Heart. Cohen

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"college public health" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Hey. This is Stephan out of Baton Rouge Louisiana. This quarantine has allowed me to tackle a lot of things on my honeydew list. One of which is building a canopy bed and my wife has always longed for. This podcast was recorded at one twenty nine pm. On July. Twenty first things may have changed by the time you hear this, but I'll still be enjoying the smell of sweet cut Mahogany all right, here's the. Case, we what cut Mahogany that's very ambitious. He's cut nut canopy bed for his wife. That does quite amazing and impressive. WHOA, this is not I- Kia, this is carpentry. Hey, there, it's the NPR. Politics podcast I'm Tamer Keith I covered the White House I must. I cover the presidential campaign and I'm Mara Liasson National Political, correspondent and today we are going to talk about the suburbs as i. sit here in the suburbs. Joe Biden is at the top in national polls. He seems to have a comfortable lead at this point, and I wanted to dig in to wear. Some of that advantage might be coming from and what the president is doing about it so Mara I. Why should we be paying attention to the suburbs? Because fifty percent of voters live in the suburbs? That's that would be enough. Win Generally Donald Trump won the suburbs and twenty six something like forty nine to forty five against Hillary Clinton. And the Old Republican coalition used to be White College, educated suburbanites plus evangelicals and Rural White Working Class Voters Donald Trump put together that coalition by the skin of his teeth in two thousand sixteen, but he broke it apart in two thousand eighteen white college educated suburbanites, particularly women abandoned Donald Trump, and that is how Democrats won the house. So the suburbs used to be kind of the core of the Republican coalition, but trump alienated them, and we will talk later about what he is doing to try to win. Those voters back but I us. My you cover the Biden campaign. How is he speaking to this key voter demographic? Well, he seems to be winning them by most metrics. We should just point that out. I mean our latest NPR. PBS Newshour. Mayor's poll has Biden with a you know. Double digit lead a among suburban voters, and that's pretty much in sync with every other poll out there. In terms of what he's doing to win them over I. Think it's really interesting because I wouldn't characterize him. Having a particular suburban vote strategy I think a lot of his strategies, a lot of his plans and policies certainly appeal to suburban voters. You know whether that's his his new plan to reopen schools whether that's the plan that he's announcing later today around caregiving childcare, giving you a lot of these things matter to folks in the suburbs, but I would argue they matter folks in in. In a lot of different communities, the big thing I've heard from voters when you talk to them, who live in the suburbs is about tone. A lot of folks are really turned off by how president trump has both handled the pandemic, but also how he's handled the racial protests in the country and I think what's so interesting. Is You know I I've spoken to a number of white voters who talked to me about how much his conversation discussion around racial issues has really turned them off. Off I don't know that Joe! Biden really is doing much to win them over. It seems that many of them are being turned off by president trump, but you know Osmo what you just said. That is a suburban strategy. Anytime you talk about education. Free Community College Public Health Anytime. You talk about being a competent administrator of government that's aimed toward the suburbs and so many of the trump voters who found his behavior annoying, but not disqualifying in two thousand sixteen. Now they're about whether they. They can send their kids to school safely. Whether their mother in a nursing home is going to get Kovic it all of a sudden donald trump's behavior seems more disqualifying and his point. There's a woman I met in Michigan recently. Her name is holly, Cosa She's young mom in thirties, and she herself is white, but she talked about the fact of how much some of these other issues around whether it's racial justice or immigrant rights matter to her. You know we've seen things within the the. Cube community. We've seen things with with Dhaka Just those big issues that I feel like we were starting to make progress towards senior, some changes and really being inclusive to all people, and some of those things being real back or stopped, and what she's saying is so instinct with what I heard from suburban voters in two, thousand, eighteen, as well, which is a lot of the issues that Donald Trump has focused on particular often relates to to race has alienated. White Women in the suburbs well, and the demographics of the suburbs are are a big part of this story the the suburbs are. Are Not what they used to be. No, the suburbs are no longer just white They're more diverse They certainly are. They've always been educated, but that's part of it. There's something I think called a modernisation cycle that sociologist talk about that as suburbs around a major metropolitan area. Get more diverse, and maybe there certain industries that need educated workers whether it's digital companies or healthcare companies that makes the suburbs more blue because the kinds of values that they have their tolerant of immigration they they believe in higher education. All those things just make the suburbs. More Fertile Field for Democrats all right. We are going to take a quick break and when we come back. President Trump's pitch to the suburban voters support for this podcast and the following message come from the Annie E. 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Group seeks unemployment exemption for laid off retail workers

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Group seeks unemployment exemption for laid off retail workers

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Judge: Misconduct claims in college scam case 'disturbing'

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Judge: Misconduct claims in college scam case 'disturbing'

"President you it's hi Mike know important one Donald surprise Rossi Trump to note a Oregon's reporting isn't that these apologizing Sabrina a projections judge Ionescu says for misconduct was tweets chosen from the university first encouraging allegations by the New of York protests Washington's liberty against investigators against institute UNESCO stay at home in for the a guard college health orders metrics became admissions in several the first bribery states player and in evaluation NC I case think double some are a history things disturbing to are score too are tough more just than two question thousand that the points Friday judge projections night overseeing and about register his tweets earlier over the college for one in thousand when the admissions day states rebounds bribery trump in will blasted the case sense have an against infection several actress organ governors rate Lori lower teammates Loughlin including than sentence her one Virginia fashion ability per Democrat designer one was chosen husband million Ralph second Northam people by and the basic Dallas other parents governor wings the under institute has ordered a who cloud also forecast prosecutors picked to start fifth and finds off took with Princeton's to Hawaii trump respond Bella also Allori to defended Montana allegations protesters Vermont of misconduct Baylor's and Lauren and West said **** by Virginia he's went investigators not third worried to the Indiana could about open them fever U. S. spreading by fall district may by judge fourth cove Kennedy Nathaniel it Carter nineteen of Greene if Texas calls they a restrict they and seem the M. allegations by to the be large Atlanta very responsible gatherings dream serious people and and you disturbing to know quarantine me school be joined people defense on the liberty but attorneys it's by who two were other say exposed first you notes round know they've picks from been to treated someone the Yukon's phone who tested a of little the Meghan scheme's bit positive rough Walker admitted Mike and Crossey Louisville's mastermind next jasmine Washington admissions would Jones be consultant Arkansas I'm Rick Tom singer Florida Merriam say Georgia the FBI told Iowa him Nebraska to lie during North phone Dakota calls with Oklahoma parents and South say Dakota he told them and their payments Utah were bribes those states instead of would legitimate need to wait donations until late June Laughlin or and husband early basta July Murgia newly the are institute's scheduled to go model on trial uses in October hospitalization alongside six and other death parents data and hi Mike compares Rossio trends in China Italy and Spain I'm Jackie Quinn

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"college public health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"college public health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The packaging away then you didn't enjoy it and make sure you took those people well trying to feed us and that's all this the first responders don't think they requested to have but give a nod and say Hey thank you appreciate what you're doing and apparently as bad as the sole cove it nineteen thing is it's really not the big one which is disturbing Dr Ali Khan we talk to for some years the dean of college of public health at the university of Nebraska Medical Center former assistant Surgeon General these United States epidemiologist who knows a thing or two about this in as a part of that like you see like outbreak the movie what does not what you say your doctor or the doctor that was a like a Dustin Hoffman in the midst of that thing in the outbreak movie where where would you fit on that could you over solid these operate teams in strategic supplies and I mean that that's actually a question somebody just texted me about a month Dr Khan yes I actually spend a lot of times the other night hill hi at least every other year or so to continue to go out in the field even today it's just it wasn't like because we're in the middle of it and you say this is not like the grand Daddy of like pandemics that you you are most worried about that you've scared me about for sometime now it would which is really honoring considering the the habit gets reconnected reaching what's it like though when you're in an outbreak team whether it's measles or something else and that maybe more so something else that we don't have a vaccine for what we're working on where you drop in there and you got your suit and it's a hot spot you're like I'm here to help but I mean what goes through your head well actually we are nowadays most people come and don't have to imagine that they can see what's going on here in the United States the it's really about the uncertainty right and we're experiencing that at PM certainty about the disease going to get infected how is it how how is it being spread how long is it gonna be how long is it going to be within our community but the most effective prevention measures at that we can put in place so people must play out every day and this is what happens during any outbreak all over the world we ask that question every time you hear new disease toward the view that we're familiar with he asked the same question you know what we need to be doing better with the make sure that we protect people within our community and you just saw that happen you know today thank you she went back and looked at the data and think you know what we know we originally said you didn't need to wear a mask but we went back and looked at the data and think you know what what you would put those back on so I think you know map now a map on yeah continue to try to think that you know protect our communities so that's what I like and the uncertainty is unnerving and you know what we have all of our students now are they are learning remotely are packed yeah we are all complete power all in doing their teaching concerning our research concerning our activities to protect our communities and but the main thing I hear from them the main thing you know as I hear from my community that that uncertainty they would be so much more and more comfortable if I basically said to them welcome home until August twelfth at three PM everybody thought I you know shoulder up and they'll be ready until that day I think what really is a marathon not being as you know you just don't know what's gonna happen next instead of telling you you can't see it you can't feel and this is what is your wheel house of experience over these years doing what you do Dr kind that that's a that's an odd thing to get used to but you got to live in the unknown I guess correct yeah let me end on ended and you know it remember we're all scared of something that completely invisible I did that if the invisible microbes that correcting that might have occurred across the community right now that's it no we're short on time Amy in Covington and she has a husband who works as a first responder she says and she's what's your recommendation for someone is staying home or their loved ones out helping people on a regular basis dealing with so far Amy thank you very much for the service of your husband what an amazing gentlemen and that thanks for the service that to our community it's so you know and obviously for her to continue to make sure that she's socially dissenting comments are for him that he's protecting himself while he's out in the community for that when he comes on every night that he's not going to get sick and then obviously affect other people in the household and the to the concern of not just him but obviously all of our control personnel in our communities whether they be healthcare workers whether they be black strivers Lapid move people around whether they be honestly that the wonderful people stocking shelves at midnight and at the grocery store you have to be out there all of the the central people I shout out to them and create the deep state because we want you to be safe and we want to keep your family safe and come back to them every evening there you go we're we're out of time and actually along but I do appreciate you giving us the inside that you do we'll do this again thank you for your availability I know you're busy guy you dealt with some of those boat people that's a weird way to say it I'm already late but when I say both people those cruise ship people who were brought to Nebraska who were being quarantined final question I'll ask this a a take an audible and only till then yell at are they all still there how are those people who were in quarantine because I mean that that's sort of strange that you got you a specialism three four weeks ago yeah they're all they're all fine thank you thank you very much no actually they were in isolation and that we want to focus more on demand they were quarantined because they weren't yelled that we actually work the cook in the middle of the worst take and that put them in the grass that that that's what we do we take people into quarantine and people who are L. that our role at university of Nebraska Medical Center well I'd I'd rather meet you up over plain some cars and having drinks or something or a sandwich I don't want to meet you in Nebraska because I'm sick and having to have you wear special suits to give me well again doctor consulate let's just keep things as they are slash bad bad place in the world if you ever get sick with these needs the the number at the university of Nebraska Medical Center remember that will work for you in this corn Huskers take care yourself Dr Khan Dr Ali Khan university of Nebraska Medical Center dina college public health pre shaded is always sorry I'm late night thirty four couple minutes I'll be on the other side will lighten up a bit talk about staying at home in sheltering in who you'd like to do it with wait a minute that's what will make sense of the on the other side more sterling seven hundred WLW maybe it was just traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. 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Cincinnati it could save eleven thousand lives this is the nine thirty report on metrics breaking now the governor of Kentucky urging people to avoid crowds Andy Beshear says social distancing and staying at home has the potential to save up to eleven thousand lives we're to the point now where we know this corona viruses all throughout the state and we all want to do the things both to protect ourselves and to keep it from spreading which is being healthy at home governor Beshear during a news conference this evening there are now eight hundred and thirty one cases of corona virus in the bluegrass after ninety new cases were added since yesterday Kentucky reporting six new deaths raising the total to thirty seven in northern Kentucky there are eighteen new cases for a total of a hundred and five and there are five deaths in the northern part of the state in Louisville the mayor there says five people have died in the past day the biggest loss of life in Jefferson County since the start of the pandemic and now fourteen people dead in Kentucky's biggest metro area.

"college public health" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:21 min | 2 years ago

"college public health" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Citizens project and the more Sanni college of medicine along with USF health. We have Jesse Cazenove Sam bell, and Dr Toni may cease did I pronounce that correctly. Dutta sounds good. All right perfect. Thank you all so much for being here. So this is a big deal for the university of south Florida. And you guys are going to have some really important discussions at this. Imposing I'm kinda give us an overview on what it is the you'll be discussing and how this all came together already say that the the whole concept of the global health diplomacy and national security suppose, MS the brainchild of Mr Sam bell. Really it's really to foster the discussion in the conversation regarding the intersection between those three areas of global health diplomacy and national security fit into it. I think some people might not see the connection, but for people who study these issues there is a real connection important one. And this is something that in academe Lia in policy. Studies you guys focus on correct. Yes. We do. As a matter of fact, our college public health is involved all over the world, dealing with a lot of the the major health issues are laboratories at the college are studying of all types of problems, anthrax, Zeka Imola, and our faculty and students are working all over the world. So we see see these problems firsthand. And we realize the significance endanger involved with with disease and with health, and you you wrap in to that bioterrorism, which is now clearly threat. To our country and around the world, can you give an example of a recent situation where all of these issues global health diplomacy and national security kind of came together. A good example would be the two thousand fourteen two thousand sixteen Bulla Craig. That's what I really it's it's unprecedented. In scale. It's eight times more fatalities that we had in old previous Ebola events. So really captures the whole element of that global health, but how diplomacy and capacity building plays a key role in ensuring the health of the communities that are struggling with it. But also the national security issues at St. that can affect the US as well. And and talk a little bit about that. How does a situation like Bala tie into national security is it just trying to make sure that people coming into the country are infected with the Bola and then on the diplomacy side, I'm assuming that has a lot to do with the work that we were doing on the ground to assist. Those countries who were dealing with the crisis over there to kind of quarantine the area and make sure this doesn't spread and become a global price crisis. You hit the nail on the head with Alan, exactly. So when you think about any type of major disaster like like Bola or SARS or h one n one of those type can actually those type of events can actually destabilize. Governments based on the trust of the population has the government's that can really this has a sort of a national security element to it. Plus, it any type of major disasters likey Bola anywhere around the world that spreads has an impact on US exports as well and jobs here in the states. So really has a personal issue here in the states, not only external the states, but in other states were they were at the forefront. They were really putting themselves out supporting the crisis in two thousand fourteen actually the nations of the world got together and developed this global health security agenda US part of it. And since I think it was twenty eight this year actually are sixty five nations part CDC in the states is a lead role in doing capacity building around the world and global health. To deal with these issues on global health and national security. We're talking about the inaugural USF global health diplomacy and national security symposium, Jesse casanovas Sam bell. And Dr Tony MRIs in studio with me here on PM Tampa Bay, you know, a lot of times people look at what's happening around the globe. And it seems like this is happening more and more these days, and they say, you know, what's happening over there. It's not really our problem here. But then you see a situation like he Bola and it quickly became our problem. It was a big deal. And it was something that we wind up having to address both here and overseas. Again, you hit the nail on the head. You take a look at today's diseases and the interconnectivity, and the mobility we have around the world really disinfects disease can be transported around the world from an isolated village to all the major cities in about thirty six hours. So really becomes a national security issue when it comes to getting ahead. Head of potential situations. Potential epidemics down the road. What is it that we do? And what is the coordination like these days? I mean, we we've seen it with the Bola. We saw it. I think in in a certain to a certain extent with Zico as well. Are we are we on the cutting edge and on top of a lot of the potential issues that might come up or are we still kind of working our way through the process to be in a better position moving forward? If something pops up, I think the US is at the forefront of global health security, and it's not only just for their own national security, but for the global health as well because again, they're really have a good, especially the CDC again, therefore leaning ability, they're really focusing on preventing detection responding capabilities of of the nations to deal with these diseases. So again, the the quality of the states has the putting around the tables just phenomenal. Are there any issues that maybe aren't getting much attention? It can be hard to get attention. These days with the way, our new cycles are but. Are there any issues in the global health diplomacy and national security arena that you guys are keeping an eye on that maybe should be getting more attention from the media or politicians and leaders here in the US? Well, one of the things that we had to decide right, right? When we begin to plan, the first cut the conference was how to step into the circle if you look around the world now and all the places where there's conflict Bangladesh, Yemen and Syria. Part of that are public health issues illnesses and so forth that great populations that's moving north into Europe. And the population that's moving into this country. Bring with them various diseases that affect us. So anytime that you're looking at at the type of turmoil. That's in the globe. You're also realizing that you're dealing with serious public health issues. That's interesting because a lot of times when people look at a situation like what's taking place in Syria or Yemen. The focus is on the armed conflict that's taking place, and I think sometimes there's not as much focus on the refugee flow and potential health concerns that can arise from that. And what do we know about those areas where you have large populations of individuals who are fleeing from armed conflict, and and the health situation on the ground that must be something that that is pretty challenging. To deal with. Yeah. You're exactly right, actually. So we look at these regions there, there's it's really a humanitarian issue at that point. And when you're dealing with these refugee camps, and the refugees there's a lot of public health issue. So again, a working as part of the international community can really help to support the the refugees and humanitarian camps and dealing with these public health issues and on the diplomacy side kind of going back to what we're talking about a little while ago with Bola. Let's kind of extend that now to these armed conflicts in situations like Syria and Yemen that on the side, it seemed like the diplomacy might have been a little bit easier because everybody generally wanted to come together and figure out a way to stop this from spreading when you get into a situation like what's happening in Yemen or in Syria, and there are different actors at play with different interests. I'm assuming the diplomacy part of all of this can become much more difficult because complex problem at that point. And you know, this what this conference is all about it's you know, he's looking at public. You can look at global health diplomacy can look at NASA. Curious separate where you start intersecting them. That's where the complexity comes in. And that's what this conference is all about this imposing it's really about having that dialogue about the issues. You're talking about what do we do with those conflict areas and managing diplomacy and public health. What's it all about? So we're we're gonna really explore that in a symposium this week. So who are some of the people who are going to be attending the symposium and talking about these issues and kind of going through all of this. Let me turn to you Jesse. We haven't had you jump on just yet again in studio with me Jesse Cazenove Sam bell, and Dr Tony MRIs, they're all a part of the inaugural USF global health diplomacy and national security symposium self Jesse a little bit about the people who are coming to talk about these really important issues. Yes. So we're very excited to have. These keynote speakers keynote speakers that are going to be present. The first speaker is Dr Steven red. He's a deputy director of public health service and implementation science, he's also the director incentive for preparedness and response for the centers for disease, control and. Prevention, and he's he was an assistant surgeon general for US public health service. So we're we're looking at bringing individuals who really are experts in their field to discuss a lot of these topics and he's going to be talking to get him, but his global health security agenda. We're also going to have Dr Steven Morrison and his his lecture is going to be on advancing health security in disordered world. Dr Morrison is a director for global health policy center and senior vice president for these tragic center of strategic and international studies. And so he's gonna be with us. And of course, our very own Dr John Senate, he's going to be talking about biological weapons and public health, and he's professor and chairman for the department of internal medicine at USF masonic college about what is the goal of a symposium like this. What what are you guys trying to get accomplished? Or is it just about getting a bunch of experts in these particular fields together to share? Their thoughts. And then you guys kind of take what you learn from this symposium. And look at ways that it can be implemented or look at different ways. You can you can improve. How things are currently set up when it comes to these issues. Well, one thing that we we want emphasize is that we were we call this the first annual conference. So we plan to be around. And and what we hope to do is to provide a platform where we can discuss these issues over over the years. One of the things that we do want to do is to showcase the fact that the college of public health is very much at the forefront of what is what is being studied? The research is being done in our laboratories and the work that our faculty and students are doing in the field. So it's it's part education, and as part at dancing, our agenda at the college, and how important is this for the university of south Florida to hold a symposium. Like this to be the center of. Of of a discussion of this importance. You're talking about global health diplomacy and national security and bringing in these kinds of experts in their fields. This this seems like it's a big moment for the university of south Florida, which has had a lot of big moments. Recently, we think it is one of the reasons that we feel that we are an appropriate place to do this is because of the proximity of MacDill and all right work. That's going on there. As a matter of fact, one of the panelists on our conference is an expert in bioterrorism. And so we're going to be addressing that issue. Both now and and ongoing with this were going forward. Jesse casanovas Sam bell, and Dr Tony masseuse again, the inaugural USF global health diplomacy and national security symposium, where can people find out more information about the symposium in is this open for people from the public to attend or king? Tell us a little bit about that before we wrap up here. Sure. The this first inaugural symposium is open to the public. So if people want to say about they're more than welcome to there's going to be a seating capacity. So if they do wanna show up to more than welcome to do that. And it is it is absolutely something that's going to be essential. What are the things that? We're looking at as well as looking at a systems thinking approach for this. And so, you know, we're looking at individuals from different fields that are attacking the same issues from different angles. And I think that's one of the key areas. And if they want to know more about this than they can also Email us, and they can look at the website for the university. There's also a link on the on there, and we'll we can share that with you as well. Thank you all so much for coming in. We really appreciate it and good luck with the symposium. It sounds like it's gonna be a fascinating bunch of discussions. Thank you very much for coming in. Appreciate coming up next. The final segment of PM Tampa man is Tuesday, February twenty six no an ad from bundle home and auto with progressive and save on your car insurance. Excuse me..

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"college public health" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"college public health" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"More Sanni college of medicine along with USF health. We have Jesse Cazenove Sam bell, and Dr Toni may cease I pronounced that correctly. Dr sounds good. All right perfect. Thank you all so much for being here. So this is a big deal for the university of south Florida. And you guys are going to have some really important discussions at this symposium kinda give us an overview on what it is you'll be discussing and how this all came together over say that the the whole concept of the global health diplomacy in national security suppose, MS the brainchild of Mr Sam bell. Really it's really to foster the discussion in the conversation regarding the intersection between those three areas of global health diplomacy and national security fit into it. I think some people might not see the connection, but for people who study these issues there is a real connection important one. And this is something that in academia in policy. Studies. You guys focus on correct. Yes. We do. As a matter of fact, our college public health is involved all over the world, dealing with a lot of the the major health issues are laboratories at the college are studying of all types of problems, anthrax, Zeka Imola, and our faculty and students are working all over the world. So we see see these problems firsthand. And we realize the significance endanger involved with with disease and with health, and you you wrap in to that bioterrorism, which is now clearly a threat. To our country and around the world, can you give an example of a recent situation where all of these issues global health diplomacy and national security kind of came together. A good example would be the two thousand fourteen twenty sixteen and Bullock. Really? It's it's unprecedented. In scale. It's eight times more fatalities that we had in all previous Ebola events are really captured the whole element of that global health, but how diplomacy and capacity building plays a key role in ensuring the health of communities that are struggling with it. But also the national security issues at St. that can sort of the US as well. And and talk a little bit about that. How does a situation like Ebola tie into national security are just trying to make sure that people coming into the country. Are you know, infected with the Bola and then on the diplomacy side, I'm assuming that has a lot to do with the work that we were doing on the ground to assist. Those countries who were dealing with the crisis over there to cut quarantine the area and make sure this doesn't spread and become global price crisis. Hit the nail on the head with Alan, exactly. So when you think about any type of a major disaster like like, Ebola or service or h one n one of those type can actually those type of events can actually. Stabilized governments based on the trust of the population has in the government's like really this has a survey national security element to it. Plus it any type of major disasters likey Bola anywhere around the world. That's spreads has an impact on US exports as well and jobs here in the states really has a personal issue here in the states, not only external the states, but in the states were they were at the forefront. They were really putting themselves out supporting the crisis in two thousand fourteen actually the nations of the world got together and developed this global health security agenda US part of it. And since I think it was twenty eight team this year, sixty five nations part CDC in the states is a lead role in doing capacity building around the world and global health to deal with these issues on global health and national security. We're talking about the inaugural USF global health diplomacy and national security symposium, Jesse Cazenove Sam bell. And Dr Tony MRIs. In-studio with me here on PM Tampa Bay, you know, a lot of times people look at what's happening around the globe. And it seems like this is happening more and more these days, and they say, you know, what's happening over there. It's not really our problem here. But then you see a situation like he Bola and it quickly became our problem. It was a big deal. And it was something that we want to having to address both here and overseas. Well, you know, again, you hit the nail on the head. You take a look at today's diseases and the interconnectivity, and the mobility we have around the world really these infectious disease can be transported around the world from isolated village to all the major cities in about thirty six hours. So really becomes a national security issue when it comes to getting ahead of potential situations. Potential epidemics down the road. What is it that we do? And what is the coordination like these days? I mean, we we've seen it with the Bola. We saw. I think in in a certain to a certain extent with Zico as well. Are we are we, you know, on the cutting edge and on top of a lot of the potential issues that might come up or are we still kind of working our way through the process to be in a better position moving forward? If something pops up, I think the US is at the forefront of global health security, and it's not only just for their own national security, but for the global health as well because again, they're really have a good, especially the CDC again, therefore leaning ability, they're really focusing on preventing detection. Emerson bonding capabilities of of the nations to deal with these diseases. So again, the the quality of the states has the putting around the table just phenomenal. Are there any issues that maybe aren't getting much attention? It can be hard to get attention. These days with the way, our new cycles are, but are there any issues in the global health diplomacy and national security arena that you guys are keeping an eye on that maybe should be getting more attention from the media or politicians and leaders. Here in the US. Well, one of the things that we had to decide right, right? When we begin to plan, the first cut the conference was how to step into the circle if you look around the world now at all the places where there's conflict Bangladesh, Yemen, Syria. Part of that are public health issues illnesses, and so forth that great populations that that's moving north into Europe. And the population that's moving into this country. Bring with them various diseases that affect us. So anytime that you're looking at at the the type of turmoil. That's in the globe. You're also realizing that you're dealing with serious public health issues. That's interesting because a lot of times when people look at a situation like what's taking place in Syria or Yemen. The focus is on the armed conflict that's taking place, and I think sometimes there's not as much focus on the refugee flow and potential health concerns that can arise from that. And what do we know about those areas where you have large populations of individuals who are fleeing from armed conflict and the health situation on the ground that must be something that that is pretty challenging. To deal with. Yeah. You're exactly right. Actually. So we look at these regions. There's it's really a humanitarian issue at that point. And when you're dealing with these refugee camps, and the refugees there's a lot of public health issue. So again, a working as part of the international community, we can really help to support the the refugees and the humanitarian Kempson and dealing with these public health issues and on the diplomacy side kind of going back to what we're talking about a little while ago with Ebola let's kind of extend that now to these armed conflicts in situations like Syria and Yemen that on the side, it seemed like the diplomacy might have been a little bit easier because everybody generally wanted to come together and figure out a way to stop this from spreading when you get into a situation like what's happening in Yemen or in Syria, and there are different actors at play with different interests. I'm assuming the diplomacy part of all of this can become much more difficult because complex problem at that point. And you know, this what this conference is all about it's, you know, look at public. You can look at global health diplomacy can look at NASA. Curious separate voice start intersecting them. That's where the complexity comes in. And that's what this conference is all about this symposium. It's really about having that dialogue about the very issues. You're talking about what do we do with those conflict areas and managing diplomacy and public health. What's it all about? So we're we're gonna really explore that in a symposium this week. So who are some of the people who are going to be attending the symposium and talking about these issues and kind of going through all of this. Let me turn to you Jesse. We haven't had you jump on just yet again in studio with me Jesse Cazenove Sam bell, and Dr Tony Mecys. They're all part of the inaugural USF global health diplomacy and national security symposium self Jesse a little bit about the people who are coming to talk about these really important issues. Yeah. So we're very excited to have. These keynote speakers we have three keynote speakers that are going to be present. The first speaker is Dr Steven red. He's a deputy director of public health service and implementation science, he's also the director incentive for preparedness and response for the centers for disease, control and. Prevention, and he's he was an assistant surgeon general for US public health service. So we're we're looking at bringing individuals who really are experts in their field to discuss a lot of these topics and he's going to be talking to get him, but global health security agenda. We're also going to have Dr Steven Morrison and his his lecture is going to be on advancing health security in a disordered world. Dr Morrison is a director of four global health policy center and the senior vice president for these tragic center of strategic and international studies. And so he's gonna be with us. And of course, our very own Dr John Senate, he's going to be talking about biological weapons and public health, and he's professor and chairman for the department of internal medicine at USF masonic college about us on what is the goal of a symposium like this. What are you guys trying to get accomplished? Or is it just about getting a bunch of experts in these particular fields together to share their? Thoughts. And then you guys kind of take what you learn from this symposium. And look at ways that it can be implemented or look different ways. You can you can improve. How things are currently set up when it comes to these issues. Well, one thing that we we want to emphasize is that we were we call this the first annual conference. So we plan to be around. And and what we hope to do is to provide a platform where we can discuss these issues over over the years. One of the things that we do want to do is to showcase the fact that the college of public health is very much at the forefront of what is what is being studied? The research is being done in our laboratories and the work that our faculty and students are doing in the field. So it's it's part education. And it's part advancing our agenda at the college. And how important is this for the university of south Florida to hold a symposium? Like this to be the center of. Of a discussion of this importance. You're talking about global health diplomacy and national security and bringing in these kinds of experts in their fields. This this seems like it's a big moment for the university of south Florida, which is that a lot of big moments recently, we think it is one of the reasons that we feel that we are an appropriate place to do this is because of the proximity of MacDill and all right work. That's going on there. As a matter of fact, one of the panelists on our conference is an expert in bioterrorism. And so we're going to be addressing that issue. Both now and and ongoing with this were going forward. Jesse casanovas Sam bell, and Dr Tony masseuse again, the inaugural USF global health diplomacy and national security symposium, where can people find out more information about the symposium? And is this open for people from the public to attend or king?.

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