23 Burst results for "Columbia University Medical Center"

Patriotism Meeting Public Health

Brian Lehrer

02:19 min | 6 hrs ago

Patriotism Meeting Public Health

"Distribution of the Corona virus vaccine? And how should public health officials deal with the weirdly opposite challenges of telling some people they can't get vaccinated yet? And convincing others to take the shots at all. They're opposed to it. These latest pandemic challenges come as the daily national death rate from the virus top 3000 people a day the last few days for the first time since the pandemic began. Think about it. That happens to be about the same number of people who were killed on 9 11. We're now experiencing a 9 11 every day in terms of Americans getting killed. But unlike 9, 11, this is no surprise attack. Right. We know the enemy and the sacrifices that are needed to stop the slaughter. We're at a moment when patriotism meets public health are enough of us capable of enlisting in the army of personal responsibility and smart public policy. Award off. The worst of this attack with me now is Dr Derek CASS, emergency medicine physician at the Columbia University Medical Center and the Yahoonews Medical contributor. Doctor Cast. Thanks for joining us again. Welcome back to W N. Y C. It's a pleasure Brian of his Let me start with a new wave of closings that are being ordered. And this idea of patriotism meeting Public health Joe Biden said yesterday he would ask the country to wear masks when in the company of people outside their households. For his 1st 100 days in office as president and that that could make a significant difference. I don't know if many more people will do it, then they're doing it today, just based on that, given the polarization around the issue. What do you think that could make a significant difference? So I know that if it works, it will be made to make a huge difference, Right? We know masks work for stopping the spread of this virus, not just for the person who may be infected from spreading it, but also the person wearing the mask from getting it. We have data that shows that if you are wearing a mask and somebody around you, for example, costs near you or has the virus. You are both less likely to get the virus and less likely to get a severe form of the virus. And so any more math wearing that we can get anywhere in America will absolutely improve our You know our fight against this virus or decrease our transmission and decrease or hospitalizations and death rate? Yeah, absolutely. Biden is not

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For more a covert 19 patients. Cases are spiking in New York and New Jersey, returning to the number of daily increases that the region experienced last April. Dr. Seo NPI Rail at Columbia University Medical Center, says she sees friends for medical school who now work in other parts of the country, posting the same kind of panicked messages she wrote last spring. At the same time, you know there is this hope that thing we've learned that now with better leadership, hopefully coming from the national level that hopefully things will be better. New Jersey has imposed restrictions requiring into our dining at bars and restaurants to end at 10 P.m.. Similar restrictions will go into effect in New York tomorrow. A new initiative from the Queen's Public library and Queens Defenders is meant to end the isolation felt by formerly incarcerated individuals by providing them with cell phones. WN Y sees a rune Venugopal reports. Initiative will assist 75 people who are recently released from a correctional facility and you need to get jobs, ideas or access to social services during a pandemic no less. But Brandon Jeffries of Queens defenders says This is also about subtle things like being able to build a relationship with the family member of this is something that allows people to realize the humanity that's inside of them into field. More connected than ever with the community that's really living in this digital age. The program will also connect the recipients with technical experts who can help them take care of their finances or jump on a zoom call for a job interview. All New Jersey veterans will soon be eligible for a $250 property tax exemption, regardless of whether they served during war time. That is after voters approved the ballot initiative by a wide margin. Michael Ball, is the president of the New Jersey Veterans Network and served during the Gulf War. He says he wishes the measure went further, providing a higher tax exemption for those who served longer. Or for those that need it most. I think Mr the is making a step in the right direction. I still think there could be a better of attainable way of doing this for preventers who really need it more than others. Exemption will cost the state more than $13.5 million. 67 degrees. Now we will be dropping down into the low fifties by this afternoon Light rain today tonight Cloudy, breezy continued chance for a few rain showers and a steady temperature. Tomorrow cloudy with rain starting today, then, mostly sunny later in the afternoon. Support for NPR comes from I drive with remote PC, providing remote access to PCs, Max and servers from anywhere, assisting those working from home and also enabling remote assistance.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:02 min | Last month

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"10 15 Well, it's not only physical health, but mental health that's been threatened by the Corona virus pandemic. Many experts are now concerned that we may see a rise in cases of anxiety and depression, and they're offering some advice in the world of mental health. More people are starting to take control of their well being, but unfortunately, not enough as covert 19 cases begin to spike across the country. Doctors say Now is the time to check your mental temperature. If you do see that, you know you are losing weight gaining wage that sleeping regularly irritable can't concentrate on getting work done. You should reach out. Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman is the chair of psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center, and he says it's better to err on the side of caution. When dealing with this crisis. And that is correspondent Kimberly Davis. Reporting a teenager from Texas has just made the Guinness Book of World Records for her legs. 17 year old Macy Curren has the longest legs ever recorded some 53 inches, which is over half of her total height. And, yes, she is very tall. 6 FT. 10 inches In a video posted on YouTube current says she stopped caring what people thought about her height around sophomore year of high school. And once she stopped carrying quote I wasn't affected by anything the teen now using her social media to inspire others to embrace their height. A teenager from Poland has become the first ever tennis player from her nation to win a Grand Slam singles trophy. IGA Shavon Tech grabbed the last six games to be Sofia Kenin 6461 in today's French Open final at Roland Garros. Then she shared some words of inspiration for other young people. There are no limits, you know, And even though you're really young and urine under the you can do a lot in this sport like tennis. 19 year old went into the tournament on seeded and ranked 54th. It was only your seventh major tournament in until now. She'd never made it past the fourth round 69 degrees cloudy skies were going down to 61 in Midtown wins news time 10 17 It's Steen. And.

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Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing

Ask Me Another

05:24 min | 5 months ago

Luke James: Not 'Chi' About Singing

"Everybody welcome to the show. Yeah. After new years. Twenty two hundred eighty. Downsize you getting rid of some stuff? You getting rid of stuff. That's usually my wife stuff that I want. To tell her that you're getting rid of it. Most of the time I don't most of the time what I say is. Do we need this thing? I say in a very high pitch? Yes, and does she look at and go ways? What are you doing? You know that's precious. We need that. I'm GONNA fix that. She says I'm going to fix that Oh we need this. I'm going fix that. Yeah, and then just slowly. You just move it further and further out of the room until it's in the basement, and then once everybody's forgotten about because garbage. I'm just trying to get rid of stuff in my inbox. I am trying to unsubscribe from every store and yes, you're nodding your head because you have too many emails. Can we agree that it's easier to get a divorce than unsubscribe from a mailing list Oh my God. Why is that so hard? I bought a bath mat. You from you once. You know we're not in a real relationship. Okay, but every time you're like I gotta get out of here. There's an exit interview super desperate. Why are you leasing? Why are you leaving, too? Many messages is by content relevant. Do you not recall signing up I? Recall I recall. Our special guest is singer actor model Luke. Luke James for beyond say technically I'm opening for him so technically I've opened for beyond say. And you guys by third degree have seen beyond say in a bar in Brooklyn so. Well done everybody Luke. James is very impressive, but I think the most impressive thing about him is that he looks fantastic in a bucket hat. You can't do that. Not everyone can do that if I put on a bucket hat I looked like a Combo of blossom and a sad fishermen all right. They should call bucket hats, what they are good for the really really young or very very old. People have described Luke James's music as the perfect music to make out to. You know what I like hearing when I make out. Applause. Just a slow sarcastic clap. That's it. I'm ready to French people. During this I say okay I'm ready to. And I say people because I usually have a few possibilities lined up. Just don't WANNA I don't WanNa. Cut off any up. Sometimes. Things just change, and you never know so. We have four brilliant contestants their backstage right now, determining how many self help books one needs to read before they can consider themselves helped. And one of them will be our big winner and the other three combine other book. Let's play some games, everybody. Our first contestants will play a game about cities original names I call it. Where in the world is Carmen San Miguel? I up Sarah Sand Cooler. YOU'RE A lab technician at the Columbia University Medical Center. I am all right. You recently moved your lab from Rochester to Columbia. So and you were saying you were finding really weird things. People left behind I was so. We're moving into moved into temporary lab space, which people apparently sort of took an excuse to just abandon all the stuff they didn't want which included refrigerator doors filled with human is. Humanize. So what do you do with leftover is? Call the Bio Hazardous Waste Disposal People. Yeah, and they show up and they take them away. Yes, thankfully. To well. That's good. Where are they? All right so when you ring in, we'll hear this. Your opponent is Paul Alexander from. Toronto Ontario where you are a criminal defense lawyer. That is true. Paul, you are in the Guinness Book of World Records. Yeah Okay, how why? I'm in a band and our band somehow got involved in what is now in the Guinness Book of world, records as the longest ever concert by multiple artists. Okay, so wait a second. So what did you have to fulfil well? There were eighteen and a quarter days of continuous music. Each band had a one hour set. There could be no more than five minutes between bands, and I think no more than thirty seconds between songs in a band set, and you had to go a certain number of songs before there could be a repeat. What time did your Ben? Play we got the six PM slot on the last day. That's the best. And, we're the people in the audience. Yeah, it was crammed. I mean the was the size of this stage, so it was going to be crammed even if it's not just the members of the band that sounds

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How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way We Sleep

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

03:43 min | 6 months ago

How the Pandemic Has Changed the Way We Sleep

"According to preliminary results of a study of sixteen hundred people from sixty countries, forty six percents of people reported poor sleep during the pandemic. That's up from just twenty five percent before the pandemic insomnia and vivid weird dreams, both caused by the increased stress of the time we're living through has been evident anecdotally and as indicated by a fourteen percent uptick in sleep. Medication Prescriptions Melatonin sales in over the counter supplement for the natural hormone that induces sleepiness are up forty four percents. Philip Musket a professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center said he's avoiding prescribing medications to patients preferring to offer sleep hygiene tips. He's seen that actually staying asleep is the biggest problem for most people and says some of the primary factors causing that is that people are lacking in structure and exercise. Stain active can help you sleep more soundly and boost your immune system Dr Musk's also advises sticking to a regular sleep schedule and avoiding naps during the day. The good news according to Kathy Goldstein physician at the University of Michigan and an associate professor of neurology at the Schools Sleep Disorders Center is that what most people are experiencing is acute insomnia or quitting the Wall Street Journal having difficulty for or staying asleep a few times a week for three months or less and quotes, the third of people will experience acute insomnia at some point in their lives usually caused by some stressor. stressor in their life like say a pandemic the key doctor. Goldstein says though is not letting the issue. Become a chronic one quote. It's important to avoid associating your bed or bedroom with a place where you were awake. Experts recommend that if you can't fall asleep or wake up in the middle of the night and are unable to go back to sleep after twenty minutes get out of bed and do something, relaxing and quotes. Natasha Bouillon a Phoenix based family physician at one medical, says most people's sleep problems right now either stem from a lack of normal schedule or general anxiety about the pandemic. Some tips she recommends mindfulness through meditation, exercise or cognitive behavioral therapy. To maintain a consistent sleep schedule, turn devices off an hour before going to sleep and make your sleeping space a device free zone, consider even ditching your smartphones alarm and getting an actual alarm clock, as for anyone, experiencing vivid dreams or nightmares Melinda Jackson, a senior lecturer at the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health at Monash University in Melbourne, says quote. During Times of stress, there's a release of narrow chemicals that can trigger these vivid dreams and nightmares in some people end quotes. And, Dearly Barrett a dream researcher at Harvard Medical School notes that waking up frequently throughout the night can also cause people to remember their dreams better. Contribute to the sense that your dreams are more vivid than usual. guardless of how? Your sleep has been disrupted. Or why here are a few more sleep? Hygiene tips to leave with quoting the Wall Street Journal eat at regular times than snacking day. Avoid, napping or compensating for poor night of sleep by going to bed, unusually early limit caffeine and avoid alcohol avoid electronic devices one to two hours before going to sleep, but if you do use a blue light filter and try to look at content that is not stressful. Get Bright Light in the morning. Try to find a workspace that isn't in your bedroom and stop working at a specific our and make time for relaxing activities end quote.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"All of these developments only deepen the questions we all have about this virus and best practices to deal with it Dr Jan eighth at Columbia University Medical Center is with us and with my colleague Diane Macedo who's reading your questions my husband is a critical care nurse my concern is if he's exposed can I become exposed from washing and touching his scrubs how can I protect myself so that's a very good question I would say that first of all anybody working in the critical care setting taking care of patients that potentially are going exposed to corona virus should never go home with their scrubs on they should always bring a change of clothes they should leave their stuff to the hospital most hospitals provide a cleaning service for those kinds of clothes soap nurses should come home with their regular clothes on and should always take a shower wash themselves off before touching their family members are coming into contact with them all right our next question is asking since some companies including mine offer Teladoc services as part of our health insurance should this be our first contact so we don't overwhelm hospitals and ER's if you have the ability to speak with your doctor or nurse practitioner provider using a telly medicine type of a product I would recommend it strongly you know our emergency rooms are going to be overwhelmed as more and more people test positive even with mild symptoms that make them anxious so contact your doctor or call the office find out if you can set up a telly medicine visit are very useful very helpfull you know very reassuring for the most part since this illnesses we now an eighty five percent of people will have mild symptoms I love this next question because you're seeing so much of this on social media some of my friends insist this is a hoax even today they post on Facebook that this is a conspiracy how do I word a response that they should take this seriously you know I I find that actually almost offensive at this point and very disturbing to here the people are trying to you know propagate that kind of conspiracy theory and it really is an affront to that her role wake physicians and nurses that have worked in China you know Iran Italy you know South Korea now this country.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

09:48 min | 9 months ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"It can cause skin cancer and cataracts if you're exposed to it but Columbia University Medical Center just put out a research paper that found if you use just the right slice of bright blue UV light it will still kill viruses but not causing cancer and cataracts the researchers suggest that mounting such UV lights in the ceiling at places like schools hospitals airports are in planes could really knock down blue virus among us and more importantly other viruses including new and emerging like the coronavirus they won't help with the current outbreak but the color of public spaces may one day be know what's next at C. net on demand then in your hands CBS news radio and CBS news radio dot com I'm Anthony Mason with Gayle king and Tony to cobalt new CDC guidelines say any American who suspects they have corona virus can be tested for the potentially deadly disease all you need is approval from a doctor this comes amid growing criticism that the delay in testing may have compromised the nation's ability to detect cases and prevent the spread of the virus are doctor tearing a rule is here what's the problem exactly well Anthony the FDA says they're only fifteen thousand corona virus test kits available because of that it's authorized commercial labs to develop more tests by week's end the CDC expects state health departments have enough test kits to test one million people the delay in CDC test kits isn't stopping some states from unveiling their own testing procedures public health experts say it's all hands on deck we cannot have a system which is centralized in a few laboratories really the front line battle of the response to the canoe corona virus will be done in the outpatient clinics and hospitals private hospitals like NYU Langone own are also making plans I think the CDC was under testing Dr Jennifer lighter manages infection control and expects the medical center's own coronavirus test will be ready in about a month to really establish a new tests it needs a certain amount of validation and times across the East River at Northwell health's L. I. J. Forrest hills hospital health care workers are preparing for a potential surge of coronavirus patients the hospital sits between two of New York city's international airports officials here are concerned this could become an epicenter for corona virus but say they are prepared what we're doing right now is we're trying to screen for anybody that would be at a high risk Dr Theresa Amato is the director of emergency medicine it's really important to be over screening in some sense we'd rather isolate more patience than last there have been no suspected coronavirus cases here but if a patient has concerning symptoms the patient is immediately given a mask and as isolated as where a patient would come if there was suspicion for coronavirus what's the difference between a negative pressure room and a regular room so our regular rooms just have regular air circulation so here we actually have it's actually there's actually pulled out of the room and through a filter the emergency room at L. I. J. Forrest hills has on average sixty beds coronavirus fears are fueling concerns rooms could be easily overwhelmed they're already looking at how could we either open up something outside of put up a tent could be you know use a larger building that's not being utilized right now it sounds like the message that you're sending is not to panic I don't want to you know completely sugar coated that we're still don't worry at all but I think at the end of the day this is what we do we're going to be cautious in the sensible to keep preparing but I don't think anybody should be panicking patients with mild symptoms will be sent home with a face mask and be asked to self quarantine at their home to limit the spread of the virus and full disclosure I am affiliated with Northwell health what about the people like who don't really think they have the virus but just for their own peace of mind they want to be tested are you referring check up while you're I said because I do think there are a lot of people like myself who don't think they have anything but they just for their own peace of mind doesn't that will create problems for people who legitimately need that all right well that's it yeah now this change that's really opened it up to say you know anyone can get tested with a doctor's statement actually going to cause the accolades available like yourself yes this is the pay for all this particular got twenty eight million Americans who don't have any health insurance at all right one other interesting thing I want to mention that the hospital told they're doing yesterday prepare is practicing drills and one of the tools are doing is to have secret shopper patients who come in say they have a fever cough they come from a concerning point of origin and internationally and then they watch how the stock reacts to the galloper really do they do everything right and then they could take them they also critic from the patient's side how did you feel as a patient how will you handle and we keep hearing that in mass don't do any good but all the health care workers are we measuring them well the health care workers arrange prevent inhalation right and so if you're sick it's helpful as a patient to prevent the spread of the droplets but for everyone else unless you're really using those and ninety five respirators that the health care workers are working it's not going to be marching on demand in in your hand CBS news radio and CBS news radio dot com reporter's notebook with David we remain in Tennessee today specifically put them county in middle Tennessee nearly twenty people were killed here I just walked out of a neighborhood where a husband and wife were thrown from their home in the tornado two bodies were found in their garage in the body of a young boy was found in their ditch right across the street a couple was thrown from their bed and the woman describes spinning in the air right behind them a husband a wife and a two year old baby boy died there is so much death in one small neighborhood and with that so many stories of survival and hope hi doctor Turner will is here to talk about the medical response to all of this I know intellectually we shouldn't panic but guys when I went to see terror in the green room do you have your stethoscope in your purse and you feel my forehead your your mind just goes all sorts of places I've been to China have been Italy been in contact with anybody we keep hearing that the the elderly are susceptible who else is susceptible to this so we're all susceptible this is a new virus but the question is in who does this become serious and exactly what you said the elderly horses sept are more susceptible to this virus becoming a serious pneumonia and having further complications so in China the data that we're analyzing they found that fifteen percent of those over eighty died so we're really talking about those over sixty seventy eighty that are really after is okay so what's interesting is that children for some reason seems to be less susceptible to this virus whether it's because they're not getting the infection or because they're not mounting as severe a reaction to it in addition to those with chronic medical conditions so those who have chronic lung disease hypertension cardiovascular disease diabetes obesity this is the population of people that need to be a little bit more concern given what we what we're seeing here in the U. S. how likely is a spike in serious cases here we're definitely going to see more cases so people shouldn't get alarmed every day when we come on the air and say we have another we have another case we have not been testing in this country as they have in other parts of the world for months even doing thousands and thousands of tests internationally we've done about five hundred we check the whole country right we just sent out four thousand test kits last week seventy five thousand this week a million by this weekend so there's no doubt we're seeing the tip of the iceberg we're absolutely going to see more cases there has probably been a low level of community spread in our country for several weeks and we will see more severe cases that are compromised what's the number one thing a person to do to protect themselves so the basics we talked about the hand washing sanitizing coughing or sneezing into your elbow I don't touch your face avoiding those things like handshakes that we talked about and then you know keeping your surfaces clean so disinfecting at home don't share dish you know planes here tells us though terror if it if it mimics the cold and flu how do I know people know that they should go get the test right so someone just called me last night and said I came back from a trip and I have a low grade fever what should I do and so you what you need to do is pick up the phone and call your doctor and call your or call your local health officials and and basically they will triage you based on what you're telling them and they have guidance from the CDC which is telling health care professionals who should be screened or who should be suspected and then they will do a swab of your nose and your throat or sputum sample and send it off our doctor thank you very much part of our network visitors radio on Facebook last trans PBS just aired the acclaimed documentary on Miles Davis it's called Miles Davis the birth of cool now it debuted as part of their American masters series but it premiered over a year ago at the Sundance Film Festival and then had a very brief theatrical release it focuses on the life and legacy of the jazz Titan and features several appearances by generations of his influences names like Carlos Santana the roof leak from the Red Hot Chili Peppers Wayne shorter and.

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Can ultraviolet light kill the novel coronavirus?

WBBM Late Morning News

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Can ultraviolet light kill the novel coronavirus?

"If masks don't work what does stop coronavirus hi Brian Cooley from scenic in search of the next big thing those N. ninety five masks are actually not recommended for the average person by the CDC partly because human coronavirus is often the smaller particle than those masks can block hospitals instead use a bright blue ultraviolet light when they want to kill viruses in large areas but it can cause skin cancer and cataracts if you're exposed to it but Columbia University Medical Center just put out a research paper that found if you use just the right slice of bright blue UV light it will still kill viruses but not causing cancer and cataracts the researchers suggest that mounting such UV lights in the ceiling at places like schools hospitals airports are in planes could really knock down blue virus among us and more importantly other viruses including new and emerging like the coronavirus it will help with the current outbreak but the color of public spaces may one day be

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Coronavirus in New York: Family of Westchester Man and Neighbor Confirmed

Brian Kilmeade

01:05 min | 9 months ago

Coronavirus in New York: Family of Westchester Man and Neighbor Confirmed

"New York governor Andrew Cuomo this morning announcing that the wife the twenty year old son and fourteen year old daughter and a neighbor of the Westchester county man who tested positive for the novel coronavirus and who was hospitalized in Manhattan have now also all tested positive his wife is also tested positive his twenty year old son has also tested positive his daughter's tested positive and his neighbor who drove him to the hospital also tested positive this fifty nine year old man an attorney hospitalized in critical condition in Manhattan at New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center that's in Washington Heights his wife children and neighbor all in isolation of their homes the children's schools issue of and the star academy and the star high school where the younger student may have had contact are all closed Westchester day school in Mamaroneck Westchester Torah academy White Plains also closed in an abundance of caution and also a temple young Israel in new Rochelle where patients are congregants are also

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ninety five masks are actually not recommended for the average person by the CDC partly because human coronavirus is often a smaller particle than those masks can block hospitals instead use a bright blue ultraviolet light when they want to kill viruses in large areas but it can cause skin cancer and cataracts if you're exposed to it but Columbia University Medical Center just put out a research paper that found if you use just the right slice of bright blue UV light it will still kill viruses but not causing cancer and cataracts the researchers suggested mounting such UV lights in the ceiling at places like schools hospitals airports are in planes could really knock down flu virus among us and more importantly other viruses including new and emerging like the coronavirus they won't help with the current outbreak but the color of public spaces may one day be know what's next at C. net CBS news radio and CBS news radio dot com I'm Gayle king with Anthony Mason the call originated nine year old little girl is leading a colorful campaign to make classrooms more inclusive across the country her name is Melanie order cheese in fourth grade and she noticed that many of her classmates routinely referred to as skin color when drawing with crayons but that didn't sit right with Alan Meg Oliver shows is how she's inspiring change Meg I can't wait to hear this story you could say Belen water is thinking outside the crayon box it's an example of how one small thought can lead to a big idea of acceptance and inclusion the chef nine year old bell and Woodard says no one will be for coloring well I'm done but last year in her third grade.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Viruses in large areas but it can cause skin cancer and cataracts if you're exposed to but Columbia University Medical Center just put out a research paper that found if you use just the right slice of bright blue UV light it will still kill viruses but not causing cancer and cataracts the researchers suggest that mounting such UV lights in the ceiling at places like schools hospitals airports are in planes could really knock down the virus among us and more importantly other viruses including new and emerging like the coronavirus they won't help with the current outbreak but the color of public spaces may one day be know what's next at C. net the a part of our network visit us at CBS news radio on Facebook I'm in marine greens today marks the birthday of beloved children's author Dr Seuss is also known as national read across America day a day to celebrate and encourage reading but millions of American children are struggling police press and shows us how one nation wide program is trying to help you look yes welcome to as many in doubles nine year old Amari is working to become a stronger reader along with his fourth grade classmates my dad got me a graphic novel and I've been reading it only about a third of American fourth graders are reading on grade level according to a twenty nineteen report from the national assessment of educational progress leaving millions of kids in need of better skills of those children there are four times less likely to graduate from high school on time Kareena pollen is CEO of reading partners an organization that's working with more than eleven thousand elementary students around the country the program has young children with staff tutors as well as community volunteers to practice reading one on one from first grade to third grade children learn to read and then there's that transition and of course we would be able to learn and so if they can't read by fourth grade that they cannot learn program manager Allie holy all works at this New York City school with the Marianas classmates she says the benefits of reading art just seen in the classroom resiliency because they're not afraid to give up when they get to hardware try and try again until.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ninety five masks are actually not recommended for the average person by the CDC partly because human coronavirus is often the smaller particle than those masks can block hospitals instead use a bright blue ultraviolet light when they want to kill viruses in large areas but it can cause skin cancer and cataracts if you're exposed to it but Columbia University Medical Center just put out a research paper that found if you use just the right slice of bright blue UV light it will still kill viruses but not cause cancer and cataracts researchers suggest that mounting such UV lights in the ceiling at places like schools hospitals airports are in planes could really knock down flu virus among us and more importantly other viruses including new and emerging ones like the corona virus he won't help with the current outbreak but the color of public spaces may one day be blue know what's next at C. net this is CBS news radio I'm Gayle king with Anthony Mason and Tony the couple motors in South Carolina head to the polls this Saturday for the state's critical primary the democratic candidates have been vying for the black vote which is expected to make up about sixty percent of the electorate in that contest president trump's campaign announced yesterday they are opening fifteen so called black voices for trump offices around the country to whoop black voters the president will have a rally there tomorrow in South Carolina our national correspondent jury could Duncan spoke to some of the voters there drink it what do they tell you what we know that president trump has emphasized for the last few years that he has done a lot for people in the black community I'm often citing the lowest unemployment numbers for African Americans aber so we travel to South Carolina to better understand what some black voters there are feeling African American communities is suffered under democratic control to those who say the following what do you have to lose.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To USC allegedly so their daughters could attend the school on the CBS news weekend roundup when you go to CBS news radio if you don't work what does stop coronavirus hi Brian Cooley from scenic in search of the next big thing those N. ninety five masks are actually not recommended for the average person by the CDC partly because human coronavirus is often the smaller particle than those masks can block hospitals instead use a bright blue ultraviolet light when they want to kill viruses in large areas but it can cause skin cancer and cataracts if you're exposed to it but Columbia University Medical Center just put out a research paper that found if you use just the right slice of bright blue UV light it will still kill viruses but not causing cancer and cataracts the researchers suggest that mounting such UV lights in the ceiling at places like schools hospitals airports are in planes could really knock down blue virus among us and more importantly other viruses including new and emerging like the coronavirus they won't help with the current outbreak but the color of public spaces may one day be know what's next at C. net CBS news update new indications that covert nineteen viruses spreading within the United States a second confirmed case of no known origin in California CBS is Carter Evans we know that second person infected.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:01 min | 10 months ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Ninety five masks are actually not recommended for the average person by the CDC partly because human coronavirus is often the smaller particle than those masks can block hospitals instead use a bright blue ultraviolet light when they want to kill viruses in large areas but it can cause skin cancer and cataracts if you're exposed to it but Columbia University Medical Center just put out a research paper that found if you use just the right slice of bright blue UV light it will still kill viruses but not cause cancer and cataracts researchers suggest that mounting such UV lights in the ceiling at places like schools hospitals airports are in planes could really knock down flu virus among us and more importantly other viruses including new and emerging ones like the corona virus it won't help with the current outbreak but the color of public spaces may one day be blue know what's next at C. net follow us on Twitter at CBS news radio I'm Gayle king with Anthony base San Antonio couple voters in South Carolina head to the polls this Saturday for the state's critical primary the democratic candidates have been vying for the black vote which is expected to make up about sixty percent of the electorate in that contest president trump's campaign announced yesterday they are opening fifteen so called black voices for trump offices around the country to whoop black voters the president will have a rally there tomorrow in South Carolina our national correspondent Jericka Duncan spoke to some of the voters there what do they tell you what we know that president trump has emphasized for the last few years that he has done a lot for people in the black community I'm often citing the lowest unemployment numbers for African Americans aber so we travel to South Carolina to better understand what some black voters there are feeling African American communities has suffered under democratic control to those are you saying the following what do you have to lose.

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Women Who are Stressed During Pregnancy More Likely to Have Girl Child

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Women Who are Stressed During Pregnancy More Likely to Have Girl Child

"So if you are having a stressful pregnancy you're probably having a girl according to Katherine monk director of women's mental health at New York Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center studies show that women who are having a boy are less likely to have a stressful pregnancy she says those with higher blood pressure and other signs of physical stress are more than twice as likely to be having a girl the same is true for those having psychological stress by a margin of two to one as for why well that's

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on KGO 810

"We have an amazing show lined up. We have great consumer advocates. I go right out. Joining us. We're going to be talking to a senior reporter from seen it about a new Google in home gadgets. We've got CDC their opioid prescription guidelines. Let's see what they say. I'm worried very worried Columbia University Medical Center, good doctors going to drop by coxless. So we've got like going on. So hang around. Hopefully will entertain you and inform you, and if you have any questions or concerns give us a call eight zero eight zero eight ten I always begin the program by going over some of the most important consumer news the champion during the past week. So that's what I'm going to do right now. I thought it was interesting that up in Sacramento lawmakers have again tried to say schools must start later than they do. Now that junior highs or I should say middle schools and high schools will no longer be able to start earlier than eight thirty A M. This is a health issue. We know about the. Negative health impacts of sleep deprivation, and that's what they're trying to combat and I think there's a lotteries into treat this seriously. I've heard of the pass people kind of kid about it. This is serious stuff. And we're forcing our kids go to school for an extra period. And we started at seven AM an inner going to sleep by two in the afternoon. And we wonder why? So I don't know if this is right way to go. But I know it's the right thing to talk about I mentioned, what do you think about that eight zero eight zero eight ten DMV, wait times all makers, man. Name us be getting heat from people like you because they constantly are dragging the DMV in front of the legislator and saying why are you doing this? What are you doing quit doing that? Well, so the beginning to really fix the DMV ignored for years. It was starved for years. I got to tell you when I go to DMV. The place is old not particularly clean the computers were used by my grandfather. I it's amazing what we put these people through that work there. And yet the people that work. There seemed marvelous I mean to me, and I'm look I'm just like you. I'm ready to hang on them. I am ready. And then you get up there, and they're competent and sweet. And I don't know how they do. It all day. They're training is truly stunningly good. I think anyway, the California Department of motor vehicles is about to enter the era of modern commerce, and how you ask. Well, right now, the only way to pay is with cash and check. He leave that cash and check who I never have a check, and I never have cash with me. If I showed up there today. I would be in trouble. I had no idea that was even a real long since I've gone. You just assume that has changed the hasn't. But they hope within a few weeks to actually be taking debit and credit cards. All I can say the think think government is so worried about losing. Part of the money. They would be receiving by giving it to credit card companies. And I totally get that totally get. How about passing law that they can't charge government at two. That'd be cool. I don't know. I don't know the right way to deal with if it come on you gotta take credit card and debit card. The federal government is widening investigation into a potential defect into airbags. Yes. Airbags again, this is following eight deaths. The probe focuses on about twelve nine airbags. They were installed between twenty ten. And now we're talking about a decade. Those airbags can be found in Chrysler, Fiat, Honda Hyundai Kia Mitsubishi. Toyota investigators believe that the airbags may not be deploying during an accident or deploying incorrectly or deploying late. Oh, so you may be I'll be following this. I'll let you know. What's happening? We've had millions hundreds of millions of airbag recall. There's a new warning about your computer passwords. There's a new list of the worst one out there any others bad as you think they are. Okay. So let's go through a couple of them. And if you have any of these I want you to call me and explain how that could possibly be air. It is the top five number one two three four five six number two. Oh, I do three four five six seven eight nine. Then court T Q W E T Y. That's a top row of letters on keyboard and the word password is number four. People still use password, and then the other one what do you think it is any any.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This holiday week is all set and done more than one point two million people will pass through this airport. That would be a record the busiest days still to come. That's expected. To be Saturday and Sunday at DIA, Connor shreve. KOA newsradio. It's also a slow go on the highways. The I seventy corridor in the high country will be busy people ready to hit the slopes and then returned back home, see dots. Working to ease. The pain construction is suspended until Monday in less. Something happens. A big pothole opens up sinkhole or something occurs. It's considered emergency. See that's Bob Wilson says last year the day before thanksgiving saw forty four thousand vehicles travelling to and from the high country Lieutenant governor, Donna Lynne will be leaving Colorado for new job has been named the CEO of Columbia doctors and the COO of Columbia University Medical Center in New York, Denver Nuggets and the Colorado Avalanche. Both win last night nuggets on the road. They beat Minnesota. The avalanche on the road beat the LA kings. Our next update at three thirty. I'm Roger crystal on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one. FM? Couple of new accidents coming in the first one, I seventy eastbound at chambers. The second one I two to five northbound at Colfax. Neither accident is causing any backup. So delays rights now. But please do watch out for any emergency crews that might be working the scene outside of that roads in delightful shape, right now, the rest of I twenty five I seventy I two to five and two seventy wonderful in wide-open and off highway all your major routes are also wonderful in wide-open, federal Colfax, Sheridan and sixth all without any delays. You'll CBS four weather today. A little sunny mixed in with some clouds, a high of sixty one with an overnight low of thirty to your current temperature is thirty four I'm victim at your on KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station before the.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on Science Friday

"While we're waiting for Dr Klein a bit more about ecm. Oh, putting a pause on death that is the upside. Yes, to echo there are some downsides. It gets harder to die. Yeah, that's Dr Ken Prager he's a bioethicist at Columbia University Medical Center here in Manhattan, which is one of the leading ecm, oh centers in the US. And Ken realizes how nonsensical this sounds that ecm. Oh, making it harder to die, could be a bad thing, although that sounds great who wants to die. We almost die at some point and people do die on echo. The mortality rate can be as low as three in ten patients or as high as seven and ten. A lot depends on what you're using it for in on who Ken sprint is for the patients that it can't save ecm oh, can make death worse. It can draw out, can remembers the case of one woman. He calls MS l. missile was an accountant who. Lived with her mother. She also had terrible lung disease, and her doctors put her on mo- hoping to keep her alive long enough to get a lung transplant. But after being attached to ecm, oh, MS l. got worse. Her lung collapsed. She got a drug resistant infection, and soon she was too sick to get a transplant. And so here you have a patient who was awake and who was alert who has zero chance of surviving and the patient knowing that they are on death row as it were. This is a horrible situation. MS own knew how this was gonna end, but she couldn't bring herself to agree to turn off the ecm machine. It's hard enough to reckon with the fact that you are dying, but actually pick data make it happen. Ken says, not a lot of people can do that. It would be a full month and a half that's a month and a half of increasing pain and withdrawal before MS l. was so far gone that our family agreed to turn off eco and MS l. finally died. Choose forty two..

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Whisky bottom jaw now we're in sifi territory you know i made a joke in astana special back in two thousand ten and crazy the capital left about wanting to have a robot hand like luke skywalker now you can have one i saw a crazy realistic in terms of overall looking movement robotic hand being developed at the university of washington movement control laboratory it's insane it reminded me so much of skywalker hand were so close to having a synthetic hand look just pretty much exact like a human hit you know just now have a new hand for hayden and the old one for love that joke check out some other recent advancements through a few clever molecular hacks which i don't understand it all using crisper technology researchers at columbia university medical center had converted a natural bacterial immune system into a microscopic data recorder laying the groundwork for a new class of technologies that use bacterial cells for everything from a disease diagnosis to environmental monitoring and this goes back to the timesuck thirty three designer babies when i finally learn how to pronounced genome a word i still want to say as genome just like i want to say prius or wherever thuc sale last week up any but such bacteria swallowed by a patient might be able to record the changes they experience through the whole digestive tract yielding an unprecedented view of previously inaccessible phenomena says harris weighing assistant professor at university excuse me in the department of path all aji and cell biology and systems biology at c u m c and senior author of the new work described in an issue of science magazine what the fuck think about that you know they can somehow get a little tiny microscopic bacteria uh two two record what happens to you know to it in its in your digestive tract and then analyse those findings reportback at key maj dr what what what did little robot say about my colon uh well you know come down is okay let's play back to let the voice recording that they made in and hear directly from them and then just pope manufacturing on point.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"Intervention for your heart health is there anything to you that do you suppose right right well well like you said it's all about the the quality and the type bright so uh a lot of the the chocolate that people see on the shelves are a mix of palm oil and um and sugar and all sorts of different ingredients to to reduce the bitterness and in greece the sweetness of of the pure cocoa uh and a lot of but a lot of the research at look said the influence of cocoa really looks at the pure bidder cocoa and it's five in all zain and all other helpful components in there so um in my opinion uh going for the pure forms the darker forms is always preferable to the more process forms a i think that sinn everything meat we eat dr saint on do you have any recommendations for us and our listeners so that we can phnom follow a good healthy lifestyle so we talked about a diet with asked about sleep who talked about exercise i think they're all quite interrelated if we can have a good night's sleep that name lead to a more healthful diet more healthful diet may lead to better sleep better sleep better activity level but are actively level better sleep and diet and had gone of goods and to add a health full cycle so if we can break a vicious cycle and try to turn it around and make it more healthful with uh improvements in sleep that mean make people a dear better to their diet and and make healthier choices then i think that's a that's a big achievement dr mariepierre saintandre thank you so much for talking with us on the people sparsely today thank you was my pleasure you've been listening to dr mariepierre saint on associate professor of nutritional medicine at columbia university medical center and the new york.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on This Week I Learned

This Week I Learned

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on This Week I Learned

"Once cases detected the taste cells related this information from a tongue to the brain through taste neurons taste neurons act as a pathway to the brain which is when you get to go oh this is sweet or this is bitter it's a highly dynamic process that is actually a biological necessity that tastebud to brain communication has long allowed our ancestors early humans and animals to separate the bad or poisonous food from the good or nutritious food but what throws or should throw the whole system out of whack is that tastes cells are replaced every one two three weeks and that is some serious turnover it was assumed that a single taste cell was restricted to producing only a single type of receptor so if you're a sweet taste sellier always going to produce a sweet receptor and this seemed to explain why the high turnover didn't cross the tastes wires and the brain but apparently this is not the case one type of receptor may be replaced by a different type that sweet taste may get a sour receptor i mean it should be complete bedlam rate luckily are intricate taste but system has a plan to make the right connection to the brain researchers at the columbia university medical center discovered that tastes cells express particular proteins that act as guides connecting its new receptor with the correct neurons in the brain in one study researchers genetically engineered mice so that the proteins excreted from the sweet taste cells were switched with the proteins excreted from the bitter taste cells then when the genetically modified mice were offered plain water and bitter tasting water they didn't avoid the bitter water which is what the control group did and that's because their brains thought it was sweet basically what's happening is that for a sweet taste cell to ensure that its new receptor as a sweet receptor it provides directions to its newbie or more accurately instructive signals to the sweet neural path.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Smoking lesson given you resources for quitting smoking um smoking for women has hit take you'll early deadly and so we really want women to understand that that's something that they have to change republicans riding a lot more hard by colombia you're listening to months the answer screw wins new york i'm on the phone with dr so too long from columbia university medical center are of this is a nobrainer referee everybody go well and it's free can save your life's my god i mean how it's that's that's pretty simple dr solana you if you have to collapse onto subway issues there could save your life says she has done your your to sean you go to iran a little bit about about this 'cause you know the the the ironic thing about it at like teaching people how to reduce their risk factors at even though it's not as maybe exciting or dramatic offending someone on the subway that the impact that that can have as much greater you know and so we want to prevent people from getting to the point where they're collapsing rush well with her comments twenty minutes lloyd son has just given cpr with another passenger train who happen to be a columbia employee who i see now and again um who with an ax police officer and felt comfortable helping yes you know you hear i'll tell you a quick story because i worked with some remain robert f gall who's no longer witness refusal wall street legend earnings profile the number of books including lawyers poker and dog bob got trapped in the in the world trade center a.

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"columbia university medical center" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"columbia university medical center" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hospital connected to the incredible medical technology that would save her life it took us months before i actually even saw her faith because she had so many tubes in and when you're beanies the situation it's almost like you can't let your guard down really dan 'cause you're scared of losing despite the advances that keep younger and younger preterm babies alive these kids are still at much higher risk for emotional behavioral and developmental problems leader in life but a longterm study here at columbia university medical center in new yorkpresbyterian is testing if the simplest of human interactions being combed my mom taking in her smell being sued by her voice whether these actions can somehow change the development of these children by strengthening their emotional connection muscles pressure the intervention is the brainchild of dr martha welsh fold yes the brain is developing very rapidly especially at the end of panels prime minister flynn the baby is born early who doesn't have the same environment that promotes that growth in fact the baby has performed for loans child is dumb by found on light it's a call to let brain child move the mountain so what we're doing is trying to make up i want to the greatest possible for the past few months we've been following the family and several others has gone through this study elliot kerr dennis found it hard to feel like a mother in this clinical setting the harry's approached in bonds with the baby that behind a class you can only put your hand in there and touch them but you can't hide them he can hold them but in the study cardenist learned how to touch hands connect with her sons copper here's nichelino to various was taught.

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