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Fresh "Copd" from KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

02:25 min | 57 min ago

Fresh "Copd" from KYW 24 Hour News

"And cold high of 38 with one chills in the twenties on Thursday, mostly sunny, mid forties. Same thing on Friday, Saturday Sunday, although we have a dry weekend on tap temperatures on Saturday at 34 degrees, and on Sunday just 36 I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Britney Ship with your most accurate forecast. Cabinet. It's partly cloudy and center city 35 degrees here headed down to 29 It's 11 04 the line for the Covert 19 vaccine in Pennsylvania got a lot longer today as the state Department of Health updated its eligibility list to bring it in line with federal guidelines. Why W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward tells us this means millions of people are jumping to the front of the line ahead of essential workers. It significantly expands Phase one A. Which, prior to this was a health care workers, E. M S and skilled nursing residence on But now adding 65 over, according to Cindy Finley, who is Pennsylvania's covert 19 vaccine Task force leader. There are now 3.5 million people in Phase one, A On, so they have to get through all those people now that not only includes 65 older but also 16 to 64 with significant health issues. Those include cancer, COPD, obesity, even smoking. S O get through all those people before they get to phase one B, which is other essential workers like police, firefighters, teachers on and other workers like that. So then, Jim, what is the timeline looking like for people in phase one B. Well, they expect it will be several weeks before they can get through a phase one A because they're not getting any significant increase in the amount of vaccine, but they're taking the steps to align with federal guidelines. So as far as when they get through phase one and get into phase one. Be nothing more than several weeks as an estimate, Jim Millward with that run down there, you can go to p a dot guff to determine eligibility. There's also a map of provide providers where you can sign up but again vaccine quantities. Very limited the inauguration of President Joe Biden on K Y W News radio. President elect says he's off to Washington ready for the White House, but he'll always be a proud son of Delaware. No. These are dark times..

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Fresh "Copd" from KYW 24 Hour News

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02:45 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "Copd" from KYW 24 Hour News

"Not reporting any major problems from the P J. Fitzpatrick. Home Improvement. 24 Hour traffic Center for your Homes, windows, siding, roofing doors and bath. Trust me j dot com. I'm Justin Drama. Thank you so much, Justin. And now we go to the NBC 11th dollar five day forecast for that we say good evening to Glen Hurricane Schwartz. We had a beautiful sunset. Could see some snowflakes around here tomorrow morning. From what I understand. Yeah, That's right. J not necessarily lasting a long time. But we're talking about snow showers, as opposed to flurries, and it could come down relatively hard for a brief period of time knocks down. The visibility of that happens during a portion of the morning rush could cause some problems, and that's what I'm most concerned about. Not that there's gonna be a big accumulation or anything. And then Things really get colder. Where down to 29 tonight as the clouds increase the scattered snow showers early and then windy and cold. The high tomorrow only 38 with windchills in the twenties in the afternoon, Then Thursday and Friday, mostly sunny both days and the high both days about 44. And then the colder weather starts on Saturday and lasts all of next week, at least mostly sunny over the weekend. The windy and colder Saturday 34 for the high twenties in the wind chills. Sunday. The high 36 We don't get out of the thirties. All of next week s a winner has decided. It's finally going to be here for a little while. It seems I appreciate that so much. Thank you so much. That's Glynn. Hurricane Schwartz from NBC. 10 at 605 here in center City. We have partly cloudy skies and 43 degrees and we continue on our top story. Which, of course, are the changes in the vaccination plans here? And not just the city, Philadelphia But the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as well. The phase one day of the covert vaccine distribution plan got significantly larger as we hear from KOW Suburban bureau chief Jim Millward in addition to health care workers and residents and staff of skilled nursing facilities, Pennsylvania's phase one A now includes anyone over the age of 65. Anyone 16 to 64 was significant health issues, which includes COPD, cancer, chronic kidney disease, obesity and smoking. And so many covert 19 vaccine task Force director Cindy Finley. There are more than 3.5 million Pennsylvania's that are now in Phase one A of our vaccine plan. We must have patience, Finley says, will be a challenge to get through the expanded group, since they're not seeing a significant increase in the amount of vaccine, But she says they're aligning with federal guidelines, Finley says they expect it will be several weeks before Pennsylvania gets to phase one B, which includes a central workers like police, fire teachers and postal workers. There's a serious of questions on P a doctor of to determine eligibility. And the map of places to sign up to get the vaccine at the suburban bureau Jim.

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Fresh update on "copd" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "copd" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"36 remember with the window feel like the twenties, both of those days and really most of next week. Thank you so much, And that is a Z. I like to say where I grew up. We call that the hawk being out. It's gonna be all over the place pretty much in the next week or so. It is currently at 3 35 mostly sunny and 45 degrees and Pennsylvania's phase One of the Copan vaccine plan got significantly bigger today as we hear from Kate. What have you suburban bureau chief Jim Millward In addition to health care workers and residents and staff of skilled nursing facilities, Pennsylvania's phase one A now includes anyone over the age of 65. And anyone 16 to 64 was significant health issues, which includes COPD, cancer, chronic kidney disease, obesity and smoking. Pennsylvania Covert 19 Vaccine task force director Cindy Finley. There are more than 3.5 million Pennsylvania's that are now in Phase one A of our vaccine plan. We must have patience, Finley says. It'll be a challenge to get through the expanded group, since they're not seeing a significant increase in the amount of vaccine. But she says they're aligning with federal guidelines, Finley says they expect it will be several weeks before Pennsylvania gets to phase one B, which includes essential workers like police, fire teachers and postal workers. There's a serious of questions on P a doctor of to determine eligibility. And the map of places to sign up to get the vaccine at the suburban bureau Jim Millward KOW NewsRadio Biden.

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UK in 'eye of the storm' amid surging new coronavirus cases

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

UK in 'eye of the storm' amid surging new coronavirus cases

"British medical workers say hospitals around the country are facing a perilous situation due to the new coronavirus variant concerns are mounting about the ability of the National Health Service to cope with the anticipated increase in people seeking treatment for COPD at nineteen the could be fueled further by holiday gatherings the spike in new cases is said to be due to a new more contagious variant of the virus first identified around London and the south east of England person already has Europe's second highest buyers death toll of more than seventy four thousand currently two vaccines have been approved for use in the U. K. around one million people have received the first dose Sarah Bassett London

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Trump chief of staff Meadows diagnosed with COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Trump chief of staff Meadows diagnosed with COVID-19

"As the nation continues to set new daily records for confirm coronavirus cases president trump's chief of staff has been diagnosed with COPD nineteen mark meadows traveled with trump in the run up to election day and had been around the president when he came down with the virus more than a month ago two senior administration officials confirm meadows tested positive but they've offered no details on when meadows might have come down with covert nineteen or his current condition one administration official says several other staffers have tested positive as well the US at another new daily highs for confirm coronavirus cases Friday at one hundred and twenty six thousand four hundred that's according to the tally by Johns Hopkins University more than two hundred and thirty six thousand Americans have died since the start of the pandemic Ben Thomas Washington

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Face masks don't restrict oxygen or contribute to carbon dioxide buildup: study

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Face masks don't restrict oxygen or contribute to carbon dioxide buildup: study

"New study debunks one claim, and researchers hope it'll put your mind at ease about wearing a mask. Scientists did a study of the impact of masks on lung function and found that wearing surgical masks and face coverings. Does not restrict the amount of oxygen you breathe in, Nor does it cause a dangerous buildup of carbon dioxide. Experts say they should help ease fears that master somehow physically harmful when, in fact, they're one of the most effective ways to curb the spread of the Corona virus. Researchers say they decided to do a study after seeing residents at a community meeting in West Palm Beach, insisting that masks were quote literally killing people. They found that the opposite is more the truth. Even if you have a lung condition like COPD. In fact, experts say people with reduced lung capacity are at a much higher risk of contracting an infection and developing deadly complications.

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Fires In California And Colorado Cover The West With Smoke

Environment: NPR

02:35 min | 5 months ago

Fires In California And Colorado Cover The West With Smoke

"There are nearly a hundred uncontrolled large fires burning across the western US right now in California Colorado Oregon and other states the fires have forced tens of thousands of people to flee their homes and the smoke is affecting millions as NPR's Nathan. Ross reports that is especially worrisome during this pandemic. Stephanie Christianson is a pulmonologist or a lung doctor as she puts it who's already on the frontlines of covid nineteen. She's an assistant professor at the University of California San Francisco and over the last few days and week as fires exploded around the bay area filling the air with acrid smoke sheet and some of her colleagues started asking each other. Every apocalypse packers now is it feels kind of like we're. Doctors it wasn't exactly what to expect. Going into this, the smoke from California's fires and others is blanketing most of the western US blurring skylines and creating haze from the west coast to as far east as Kansas and in that smoke is something that Christians, and says is definitely not good to be breathing particularly during a respiratory pandemic an air pollutant called PM two point five. It's this particulate matter which is really really tiny thirty times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. So it's really really small and that means that it can lodge deep into your lungs where Christians says, it can cause A. Whole host of problems that can increase the risk of as exacerbating COPD exacerbations, heart disease issues, and she says potentially cove in nineteen the viruses new enough that most of the research into links between it, an air pollution like smoke are preliminary but Christian says they do know enough to speculate that smoke inhalation could make the virus worse and it's worrying health officials and researchers all across the western US I was initially really worried about wildland firefighters Luke Montrose is an assistant professor of community and Environmental Health at a very smoky Boise State University, and served transition my thought now. To today's the first day of school at Boise State and the first day of classes for a lot of schools K. through twelve in the West in normal times. MONTROSS says during Smoky Fire Seasons schools can keep windows shut but in a year like this closed the windows and potentially increase the concentration of virus that could be spreading around the school because you're trying to reduce the amount of toxic wildfire smoke a situation he says where there's really no good choice. Out NPR news.

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Grieving the Loss of Alcohol

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

04:52 min | 5 months ago

Grieving the Loss of Alcohol

"A grieving process. I'm sure many of you have heard about the stages of grief right I think most of us are familiar with that and we're definitely GONNA dig into those today and I want to work on some perspective around this because you know I am crazy about your mindset in your perspective being right because that so much sets in motion what your experience is going to be if your perspective is good and healthy and your mindset is good and healthy, you're going to have a much different experience all the way around in everything that you do so I really want to dig into some of that stuff too. And as people with addiction, we tend to be very sensitive and we like to blow things out of proportion good things and bad things. But even just the simple fact of being an alcoholic we go it way out of proportion and convince ourselves that our problem is so much worse than other people's problems and no one understands us and we got the short end of the stick and it's so hard to be one of us. And it is hard to be an alcoholic. But it isn't any more difficult than being a million other things. Also what is so hard for one person may not be challenging at all for someone else. So making it seem like your problems are so much bigger or more difficult really doesn't even make sense in it doesn't serve you to have that sort of perspective in that outlook on it. There are so many. Mental health struggles disabilities, special needs that people have where they would love to be in a position to have support groups all over the world where they know all they have to do is show up for free by the way. And their problem can be solved. I promise you people with major illness like cancer or COPD or Ms. They would love the opportunity to just walk into a support group and let people love and support them and have their illness become manageable and almost non-existent. Would love that. Opportunity. I bet people with chronic depression were some people with bipolar disorder schizophrenia. They would love to have a solution so simple that would manage all the symptoms. and. Allow them to live a comfortable and amazing life full of love and community and support. And just think about all of the you know autism all the hundreds of learning challenges and thousands of physical challenges. People get hurt and injured every day and it changes their lives for ever. I would be willing to bet all those people. would. Love to have a challenge where the solution was so straightforward. And required a little personal investment and energy and willingness. Instead of. A lifetime of pain and pharmaceuticals and declining quality of life. You see what I'm saying. As alcoholics, we paint this picture for ourselves that we're so unlucky that we have this thing that is so awful and terrible and Whoa is US feel bad for us because we can't drink alcohol. But when you put it in perspective. There are much bigger challenges you could be facing. And I promise you, you will have bigger challenges in your lifetime because it's just the nature of life life is challenging. Life is hard. I really want you to keep this in perspective. You can't drink alcohol. So what? You only care so much about alcohol because you have an unhealthy relationship with alcohol. Non Alcoholic people do not care about alcohol. They don't obsess over how will they ever have fun again if they don't drink, they don't obsess over not having a drink because their lives in their brains don't revolve around alcohol. There are thousands

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NFLPA tells agents to inform players of virus risks

Golic & Wingo

03:05 min | 7 months ago

NFLPA tells agents to inform players of virus risks

"The NFL Players Association has instructed their player agents to talkto all of their clients about the Ricks risk factors that could make them more susceptible to severe illness as the result of the Corona virus and Among the things they talk about Mike in this letter players who may suffer from chronic kidney disease or COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, right immune compromised state weakened immune system from solid organ transplant. Serious heart condition. Sickle cell disease type two diabetes. And then there's this one Mike, which is the first place I went when I saw this list. Ah, B m I r a body mass index. Of 30 or higher and let me be clear, according to the BM. If you have a body mass index of 30 hire your clinic are technically obese. Now. A lot of people would have some disputes with that, and I can understand why. But if you're talking about a B m E of 30 you have just described literally. Every single offensive lineman currently signed to a roster probably even go lesson that toe linebacker and or tight and I'll get to the heights and weights in a minute and understand when they had say all these things. It's not only the players, but remember, the NFL is not going to be in a bubble, so players are going to be going to practice. Flying two trips and then coming home to family. So again, you're going to be involved in, you know, are you single that may have have Ah say on if you're going to play You're married. You have young kids, You know that You're coming home to every day from practice or from runaway trip. So And what if some one of those kids you know if they have a weakened immune system, Do you want to take that chance? So this is not just the player himself, but also the family as well. But as Faras, the bm is now there are tons of charts author. I just kind of picked a chart that basically be, am I, you know Everybody understand. You know the height and your body weight your body Mass. So it gives you how how tall you are and the wait for your B and I, And there's a lot of discrepancy about there is soul. Listen, As I said, I picked up a chart. I'm sure people will tweeted ecological lingo, different charts. If you can't great because I'd like to see some different ones because some of them you look at our like, Wait a minute like the one I'm looking at right now. Says last I checked a six foot tall is 72 inches, Correct? Yes. Yeah, Okay. Just wanted to make sure that your question is good If you're six foot tall and you weigh £221 You are right at 30 bmo. You're right at the obese, which is ridiculous. If you're and then just keep going up because you start look at tight ends. Linebackers. Obviously, offensive lineman. They're usually that you know, anywhere from six to toe got 68 Let's go to like 65 Okay, six foot five. Or 64 76 inches, 64 If you weigh £246. That's beyond my 30. According to this chart, you are considered a

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"copd" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:18 min | 7 months ago

"copd" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Of worsening COPD nineteen cases more at the bottom of the hour it's five twenty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives brought you by I. accidents lawyers Brian Douglas R. four oh five on the west side it's going to be a mess for yourself and we had a big rig contacting lanes just past the ninety marina freeway it's gone but you're gonna be slow as you make your way southbound so just a heads up that I'm getting more now the crash on the ninety one eastbound are right about we are canyon left lane looks like this might be the main one is blocking the main line's gonna be slow just past imperial so that that allowed some time your trip not what you want to hear I know that I speak to prove once you pass the two forty one a let's go back to the acting area the problems for the fourteen here's Desmond Shaw it's a really serious crash where someone was trapped in a vehicle and or got fourteen this is past Escondido canyon where all lanes have been taken away the drive continues to stack up here and not moving out for before Agua dulce candy so at this point whatever you want to do with the seer highway and so that I can pretty far out of your way those are good ideas or exit Escondido canyon and rather at all but we'll see and use Escondido canyon rejoined at zero highway that's going to save you a lot of time right now century freeway let's go head to one of five now it's got the southern California Toyota dealers got one point but not locked up totally solid looks like it's going to get a little bit sluggish at Willowbrook peace one of five around Central Avenue were so at that point expects about also I got to about one beach Boulevard expects but it feels like it's your purchase six oh five as well something's in the air in Pomona on the ten freeway here we've got somebody at Fairplex tossing debris from the side of the freeway to the west side of the freeway up ahead of time we had a woman running in late so please just be careful there you know slowing off the fifty seven so little extra tough there let's go back to Sherman oaks were quick with an injury crash four five north of the one the one that has clear but still that northbound side tough from about Sunset Boulevard I accident lawyer dot com cautions there's a lot of false information out there not all lawyers have their major results be smart hire multi million dollar winning firm good I accident lawyer dot com next report five thirty five I'm Brian Douglas more traffic reports were off and can extend seventy newsradio tomorrow looks a lot like today cooler for Sunday LA city lawmakers are looking at ways to get people to wear their masks including fines more than three minutes is five twenty seven you've been camping in your backyard cycling in your living room you've been enjoying rain showers in your bathroom campfires.

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Virus cases surging among the young, endangering the elderly

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Virus cases surging among the young, endangering the elderly

"Coronavirus cases are climbing rapidly among young adults in a number of states where bars stores and restaurants have re opened a generational shift that not only puts them in greater peril than many realize the poses an even bigger danger to older people who cross their paths national figures show estates have begun reopening people eighteen to forty nine years old quickly became the age bracket most likely to be diagnosed with COPD nineteen during the first week of June every age group saw an increase in cases but the numbers shot up fastest in this younger group with the shift some hospitals are seeing a smaller share of their covert nineteen patients needing intensive care treatment such as breathing machines but as the mayor of Oklahoma City David Holt points out young people don't live in some sort of bubble he could be standing next to you at a wedding we're serving you a meal in a restaurant I'm Ben Thomas

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Virus cases surging among the young, endangering the elderly

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Virus cases surging among the young, endangering the elderly

"Coronavirus cases are climbing rapidly among young adults in a number of states where bars stores and restaurants have re opened a generational shift that not only puts them in greater peril than many realize the poses an even bigger danger to older people who cross their paths national figures show estates have begun reopening people eighteen to forty nine years old quickly became the age bracket most likely to be diagnosed with COPD nineteen during the first week of June every age group saw an increase in cases but the numbers shot up fastest in this younger group with the shift some hospitals are seeing a smaller share of their covert nineteen patients needing intensive care treatment such as breathing machines but as the mayor of Oklahoma City David Holt points out young people don't live in some sort of bubble he could be standing next to you at a wedding we're serving you a meal in a restaurant I'm Ben Thomas

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Virus cases surging among the young, endangering the elderly

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Virus cases surging among the young, endangering the elderly

"Coronavirus cases are climbing rapidly among young adults in a number of states where bars stores and restaurants have re opened a generational shift that not only puts them in greater peril than many realize the poses an even bigger danger to older people who cross their paths national figures show estates have begun reopening people eighteen to forty nine years old quickly became the age bracket most likely to be diagnosed with COPD nineteen during the first week of June every age group saw an increase in cases but the numbers shot up fastest in this younger group with the shift some hospitals are seeing a smaller share of their covert nineteen patients needing intensive care treatment such as breathing machines but as the mayor of Oklahoma City David Holt points out young people don't live in some sort of bubble he could be standing next to you at a wedding we're serving you a meal in a restaurant I'm Ben Thomas

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'American Idol' 2019 winner Laine Hardy diagnosed with virus

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

'American Idol' 2019 winner Laine Hardy diagnosed with virus

"An American idol winner has tested positive for covert nineteen American around this time last year Laine hardy made the news by being named the winner of American idol now he is in the news because he has the new coronavirus party says he's been diagnosed with COPD in nineteen but says the symptoms are mild and he is at home under quarantine he made the announcement on his Facebook and Instagram pages hearty recently completed a virtual tour that was watched by more than two million viewers I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Blood types and coronavirus: How many blood groups are there and what is the risk?

KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson

07:16 min | 7 months ago

Blood types and coronavirus: How many blood groups are there and what is the risk?

"Right now though the conventional wisdom winds like this if you get infected with covert nineteen your body produces antibodies and then you get so some unity going forward but there's this new study that says yes you get them but not for very long especially if you were a symptomatic Dr Kiko I was sucking his viral immunologist at the Yale school of medicine said Dr given that so what can we know from these findings and then what don't we know well it tells us that the antibody response develops and most people especially with you have symptoms and it lasts for you know probably a few months so what the study found is that in some people who are asymptomatic the antibody declined to on undetectable level withstand a couple bunch whereas people who had symptoms they lasted for a little bit longer so this means that yes you can get an antibody response yes you probably can get some protective immunity but it's not very long lasting and it's not in everybody well I does that also mean that if and when and I'll go back to to underlying if there's a an effective vaccine would the same likely hold true with the vaccine potentially only give somebody protection for a relatively short period of time no not necessarily so the advantage of vaccines is that you can design it to induce a much longer lasting immunity and even much more sort of quantitatively at higher levels of antibody so natural infection may not give you the robust memory response but a vaccine can so that's why it's really important to evaluate each vaccine to see how robust the vaccine can elicit this antibody response and how long they last I guess it kind of gets rid of the idea of you getting immunity passport that's been bandied about right that you could do this on your phone and say Hey I'm good to go well maybe you're good to go for a couple months but after that we're not so sure that's exactly right and that's what I've been arguing from the beginning that you know unless we understand how long and how protective the antibody response to natural infection is like passing out bass yeah passport it's a little premature so if if if I understand correctly and more importantly I want our our listeners to understand correctly if somebody who's listening to us has had a confirmed case of covered nineteen and is now fine Italy's clinically fine and they have perhaps antibodies that are detectable by taking antibody tests if there's no vaccine for year two maybe longer if that's all possible right they still in in what maybe half a year you're down the road if the circumstances are right or wrong as the case may be they could get re infected with the same disease yes that's correct that's possible based on some of the settings that are coming out what about the idea that our bodies can still remember how to manufacture this stuff and I'm going to stop trying to go back to school and I I honestly can't remember so so we have you vote you know your antibody levels spike after you get something and then maybe they fade but your body still remembers how to make those things again right it's like T. cells and B. cells I don't know what those mean but that's your demeanor just yes you're right absolutely so the body does remember even if the anybody face to these are known as memory lymphocytes the memory B. cells that have reacted to the corona virus and and in the in the first place we'll still remember having encounter that same virus so they will be activated much more quickly and much more robustly the second time around and so that during the second infection second exposure to the virus a person might be able to mount a much better in the response and they may have a much lesser symptoms that's not the only to be seen because we we haven't had a lot of cases of secondary infections yeah the cells that that that Mike doesn't quite understand Vanessa and I was doing it's a pleasure yeah it is it is now much much for Clara does that have something to do with I know there's been at least one and maybe two studies that have had this this sort of awed finding that people who did not have corona virus and I think they use some blood samples from the reflected for I think two years twenty fifteen to twenty eighteen prior to the coronavirus it's now among us that some things still reacted to it and and potentially gave that would have given those people some protection against covert because perhaps they were infected with another corona virus in the past does that have something to do with this yeah so that brings up a great great other aspect of the new system which is the T. cell response so there are two kinds of lymphocytes T. and B. cells and the B. cells are the ones that make the antibodies and we just discussed the memory B. cells but the other arm is the T. cell response and many of us have memory to some portions of the the the coronavirus that are shared between the common cold corona virus and that the code is nineteen corona virus and so if there are sufficient homology between the common cold corona virus and the pandemic coronavirus there there may be pre existing T. cell immunity against some portions of the virus so I should be so I should be happy that I've had a history of getting cold well well first of all the cold it's call accomplished so many different viruses there is the rhino virus there is the on the virus there is the current viruses so you may or may not have had the right kind of coronavirus so I I would be so finally let me me ask ask what what about about these these also also fairly fairly new new findings findings that that there there seems seems to to be be an an association association between between certain certain blood blood types types and and the the propensity propensity for for getting getting a severe form of covert and I believe it supposedly type a blood is more potentially severe than other types here are some of the arts and ethics studies and association studies are coming out that indicates you know a little little higher risk for people with blood type AB over other blood types in developing severe COPD a disease but it's not like you know a hundred percent of the people who get sick or blood type Hey it it does give you a slight risk over other blood types and that's the other thing we don't understand why are people with but a tight more prone to deceive your disease that's another area of science that we need to investigate

Rohingya Refugee Camps Recorded First COVID-19 Death

Morning Edition

03:57 min | 7 months ago

Rohingya Refugee Camps Recorded First COVID-19 Death

"As hard as it can be for most people to maintain social distance consider how much harder it is for refugees packed into makeshift camps that is the reality for one a million Muslim minority rocking guy who fled Myanmar their camps are in neighboring Bangladesh and those camps recorded their first confirmed deaths from covert on June first Michael Sullivan reports two weeks ago Bangladesh declared parts of the Cox's bazaar district where the camps are located a red zone and climb to lock down on those areas as the virus spread I think everybody is very concerned that the numbers are going to increase significantly Louise Donovan is spokesperson for the U. N. H. C. R. in Cox's bazaar if you look at Bangladesh's Utica Cox's bazaar the numbers are increasing very rapidly and we're concerned that the same thing will happen in the camps camps that have some of the highest population density in the world Rahm das runs the roving the relief effort in Cox's bazaar for the NGO care international it is four times the density Arafat New York City eight times the density of Wuhan city about how activities but here you are at and that he says make social distancing in the camps almost impossible your contact the people inside the house thirty four hours they have to go out for food they had to go to the community Charlotte they have to go to the house that does though it thank you photo make sure that all the a million people followed the thunder one million people aid groups are struggling to finish twelve new clinics for COPD patients with a total of nineteen hundred beds by the end of June Robert look what does food for the hungry opened the first a few weeks ago we are using it as a crime I think casting top style because of the need on the ground we had to modify each better faster and to ensure that we are responding to that I did to needs which is called his clinic has fifty beds for isolation and treatment of moderate to severe cases another clinic outside the camp has one hundred and fifty more but critical cases the require intensive care and ventilators we'll have to go to the government hospital in Cox's bazaar and that worries him the number of beds in Cork's Bastos de limited as I talk now I told you there any beds that are blind right now with that being said all I did accident dropping their question Keysight Torah the number of cases another concern Rohingya in the camps are reluctant to come forward for testing and instead self medicating with help from makeshift pharmacies inside the camps so Tom Raheem ola runs one after another not that excited again about it do you fear he's the go to the clinic the doctors will send them to a different team not just them but their whole families so they come here in the state yes me Dara is arriving activist who works for an international aid group to build awareness in the camps my name and the lamb are bad I hope they will guide you right now some deep blue sea yeah I'm afraid to go to the cleaning because they have heard there will be Q. we told them no and explain what isolation and quarantine are and we told them if there are C. will get treatment and Judy are better then they will go home but people are still suspicious the Bangladesh government's ban on internet in the camps isn't helping people get information either and then there's the rainy season which brings a slew of illnesses that present much is cobra does with costs eighty bones and fevers that leads people to self medicate for those elements instead of getting tested combine that with the fear factor and it's little wonder that some aid workers worry the number of cases in the camps is far greater than what's being reported so far

Steroid drug reduces death risk in severe COVID-19 cases

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Steroid drug reduces death risk in severe COVID-19 cases

"B. S. on the coronavirus now in a widely available and inexpensive drug is showing some promise as a lifesaver CBS news medical contributor Dr David agus a drug called dexamethasone which is a simple steroid that is either intravenous or oral pill was able to decrease the death rate of patients with COPD at nineteen on a ventilator the drug also help people who needed supplemental oxygen during their stays in hospitals it does not appear to have any effect on people with mild cases though of covert

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Coronavirus: Ezekiel Elliott, several Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans players test positive for COVID-19, per report

Ben Shapiro

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

Coronavirus: Ezekiel Elliott, several Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans players test positive for COVID-19, per report

"Several NFL players have been diagnosed with COPD nineteen players from the Texans out how boys tested positive for the virus including star running back Ezekiel Elliott the news comes as the NFL is prepared to open training camp next month the league has not yet detailed protocols for players testing positive in camp

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India accused of under-reporting coronavirus deaths

Pacifica Evening News

01:15 min | 7 months ago

India accused of under-reporting coronavirus deaths

"York India's coronavirus caseload is now the fourth largest in the world overtaking Britain but India's numbers are likely and under estimate public health officials say the government is deliberately undercounting the number of cases and deaths from COPD at nineteen three IST record G. reports for feature story news doctors and hospitals across New Delhi claimed that the fidelity's from corona virus I'm more than what the official numbers suggest three civic bodies of daily say that there have been more than two thousand funerals of patients with cough it nineteen which is almost double the death toll is released by the Delhi government the statistics from five crematoriums in daily designated focal the funerals did not match the data released by the government this disparity numbers has raised concern that the government is trying to hide the actual scale of India's covert nineteen crisis in response the state government said that it created a debt audit committee comprised of expedience doctors were working impartially to assess scoring of a distance the statement also mentioned the Delhi High Court which declared the committee is working in an appropriate manner and that they work cannot be questioned

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Coronavirus: Florida has biggest 1-day rise in new cases

Brian Mudd

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Coronavirus: Florida has biggest 1-day rise in new cases

"Investors are closely watching the stock market after yesterday's big drop off rising coronavirus infection numbers lord up is among the twenty states seeing an increase in cases county health officials citing lack of bass coverings and social distancing behind the spike in just waiting the state's highest increase in cases so far Florida governor run distances says schools will be open this fall having a teacher there there just there's not going to be a substitute for that in person instruction since Memorial Day Texas has seen a thirty six percent increase in COPD related hospitalizations the state marked its highest daily tally of new cases this week that's ABC's Victor Oquendo in

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COVID-19 Infections And Deaths Are Higher Among Those With Intellectual Disabilities

Morning Edition

01:21 min | 8 months ago

COVID-19 Infections And Deaths Are Higher Among Those With Intellectual Disabilities

"There's growing evidence of high rates of death from covered nineteen for a population that doesn't get a lot of attention people with intellectual and developmental disabilities an NPR analysis shows they contract covered nineteen at higher rates and they die at higher rates because of it NPR investigative correspondent Joseph Shapiro reports the numbers from Pennsylvania are telling and Graham the state tracks covert nineteen among people with developmental disabilities who get services in group homes in state institutions or in their own homes these are mostly people with an intellectual disability or autism eight hundred have been diagnosed with COPD nineteen and one hundred and thirteen have died NPR calculated the death rate for everyone in Pennsylvania who's tested positive for covert nineteen people with intellectual disabilities and autism are dying at a rate nearly two times higher is disturbing but it's not surprising about Scott Landis he's a professor at Syracuse University and he's finding the same high numbers in other states he's been collecting national data from states and from private research companies Landis says people with developmental disabilities who live in group homes have some of the highest death rates in the country from Copa nineteen higher than the death rates for Hispanics higher than the death rates for African

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"copd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:31 min | 8 months ago

"copd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"COPD nineteen and one hundred and thirteen have died NPR calculated the death rate for everyone in Pennsylvania who's tested positive for covert nineteen people with intellectual disabilities and autism are dying at a rate nearly two times higher it's disturbing but it's not surprising about Scott Landis he's a professor at Syracuse University and he's finding the same high numbers in other states he's been collecting national data from states and from private research companies Landis says people with developmental disabilities who live in group homes have some of the highest death rates in the country from covert nineteen higher than the death rates for Hispanics higher than the death rates for African Americans for those individuals who are living in residential group homes are more likely four times more likely we're showing to actually contract over nineteen in the journal population and then when they do contract over nineteen what we're seeing in our data is that there about two times more likely to die from Landis says there are two reasons for the high death rates people with developmental disabilities are far more likely to have a health condition that adds to the risk flight respiratory disease plus they're much more likely than even elderly people to live in a setting with roommates and staff in group homes were tour for ten or more people live together you reside with multiple roommates with staff coming in and out your chances of actually contracting code nineteen are high and then if someone in your home gets it it's like there's no way you're going to be to go you know that isolate that person there's been a lot of attention to the destin nursing homes with good reason about a third of all deaths nationwide from covert nineteen have been linked to nursing homes but the cold short work of the ark the group that represents people with intellectual and developmental disabilities says it's so frustrating that adds all this attention is being paid to nursing home settings at the same attention isn't being paid to all settings where people with disabilities are being served she knows when outbreaks in nursing homes started to get attention workers there got more personal protective equipment and sometimes extra pay some states don't even doesn't make people who working group homes as a central health care workers and the agencies that serve people with disabilities report they've had a harder time finding enough mass work more pay for staff workers in that also will come at the expense of lives lost in people getting sick you simply don't need to get sick in Washington state there was a zoom meeting the other week of men and women with developmental disabilities who belong to an advocacy group called people first of Washington here at our house my you know the name my care giver they've been going out because I know I know so yes I have had a family member she so the bank teen but she did not pass is there anyway simply so everything is well our group called they're not allowing us to go out shop that last speaker is Shane Cody Fairweather he lives in eastern Washington in a supported living apartment complex for nineteen people with disabilities we're part of society we're more vulnerable and source elderly though you know in their synagogues it should be on equal footing you know they should be paying attention to the elderly and the disabled as well current weather says there been no outbreaks of corona virus where he lives he's ready to return to his job as a janitor at the local library the federal government now requires every nursing home to report outbreaks and deaths and last week it started making those reports public but places where people with developmental disabilities live do not get that kind of reporting Joseph Shapiro NPR news this is NPR news and this is morning edition on W. NYC at eight nineteen in Newark a third week of protests has been under way this is going to be a protracted struggle so we have to pace ourselves so that we continually keep the pressure on we got to keep the pressure on we'll have a look on morning edition coming up later this hour and then coming up at nine on the BBC news hour more on the funeral of George Floyd in Houston a day after thousands.

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Chicago - First two Cook County judges test positive for COVID-19

WGN Nightside

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Chicago - First two Cook County judges test positive for COVID-19

"To cook county judges test positive for covert nineteen sun times reports both of the judges work at the fifty municipal district in Bridgeview these are the first two cases of judges having the virus in the circuit court it all thirty nine employees of the office of the chief judge have been diagnosed with COPD

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"copd" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:34 min | 9 months ago

"copd" Discussed on WTVN

"Possible treatment for COPD nineteen but it may have no affect on patients are doctor Clark when it's been studied around the world for possible use to treat coronavirus patients so far Dr Matt Heinz at Tucson Medical Center said the results have either been negligible or alarming severely ill covered nineteen patients in Brazil the half of the group that was given a higher dose of core Quinn had serious side effects and died much faster the FDA said hydroxy chloroquine is still fine for those who needed to treat autoimmune issues and malaria but call the patients should only take it in the hospital during supervised trials Aron Kader ski ABC news New York tonight's White House coronavirus task force briefing was brief only about twenty minutes the president taking no questions earlier today he said he was being sarcastic when he suggested disinfectants could be injected or ingested to fight the virus Clorox and Lysol put out statements saying it's not safe to ingest their products Florida governor Rhonda sentences will spend the weekend working on a re opening strategy for businesses in the state and this is his main concern testing is going to continue to be a very important component of this there is of course point of care tests we have a number of those that some of our hospitals both incidents have seen forty five minute test those are not probably going to be produced in sufficient numbers over the next couple mind sense of any governor Tom wolf says his state will be opened in stages ages when we start to re open of Pennsylvania and and if you're not selling online that's the the date to the to the places of business and parts of the Commonwealth will be open an executive order from New Jersey governor Phil Murphy allows the use of security deposits to pay rent the final decision from defense secretary mark esper on a recommendation to reinstate captain brought closure to his command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt you're listening to ABC news radio six ten WTVN am Alison why answer it's not like on may one that the things that open up that that it's just gonna pop back like you're throwing on a light switch this is going to go very very gradually not because of anything that we're doing it but just because of the nature of the economy governor Mike DeWine and lieutenant governor John Houston say today the process of re opening the state's economy will be slow in order to make sure the customers and employees all remain safe and healthy during the ongoing pandemic there are over fifteen thousand cases that have been confirmed in the state today and a more detailed plan to begin opening up those businesses on Ohio in Ohio is expected on Monday to figure out when businesses open which businesses open we have relied on people like Dr we're but many others to try to give us the best information available about the spread of the virus but the impact of that spread we have to be concerned about a lot of a lot of different things so we're working on it now we'll we'll have an announcement on Monday the number of Ohioans who have filed for unemployment during the pandemic started as surpassed nine hundred and sixty thousand there's a French fries shortage at the grocery store but an over supply of potatoes French fries have sold out in supermarkets but Reuters says farmers are dealing with nobody to take their potatoes the problem restaurants no longer need all those potatoes and those intended for food service can't easily be diverted to grocery stores most food suppliers don't have a relationship with supermarkets and adding a new product could take several months frozen French fries sales at grocery stores rose nearly seventy nine percent in the week ending April fourth all right is says it's factory is running at full capacity to keep up with demand JinkoSolar fox news banks and food pantries are asking for donations they've been overwhelmed with the hunger hungry people during the pandemic and in addition to their increased demand for their services they've also been hampered by canceled fundraisers they say any donation you can make is greatly needed and the Cincinnati Bengals are officially welcoming a hometown hero Joe burrow as their quarterback for the future he was selected in the first pick last night during the NFL's of virtual draft they took the Heisman Trophy winner who spent two years with a higher state before moved on to LSU and won a national championship for the Tigers this news is a service of legacy retirement group I'm Alison Wyant golfers it's one of the best kept secrets Columbus has the Jack Kidwell signature design course at hickory hills golf club located next to a nature preserve there's no houses of the hustle and bustle of the metro area distract you yet the club is only fifteen.

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"copd" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"copd" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"You just tell them you know he thank you in the presence of somebody who may have tested positive yet stole something you know and you clean these get it for free knowing the is certainly better than just going out here read all the old people break into the home and everything ninety percent plus ninety nine percent of you all will do just fine you catch it you get over it your body will begin to build up immunities against it you're good to go two three percent a girl have a tough go at it and the mortality rate is about three point five percent it is usually when those who have called mobility issues and that is underlying health concerns high blood pressure hypertension diabetes and so that puts you at a higher risk you showed up need to be stand at home our long issues you know socket doses it would take from bronchitis to COPD you don't need to have any irritants an infection in your long at all but just tell them look at you at church would allow a lot of people whatever W. been coughing for the last couple days it even went up a little bit and now that I got to be true now that you know but anyway let's go back to eagles I would now do you still with us of course you know I'll always have your back are we got a lot of folks on the phone let's let's let's go and see what these are parents and perhaps superstar educated because we know you all are gonna knock this out tomorrow we don't want it bad thank you cannot educate your child you can do whatever you put your mind to you just got to put your mind to it let's go to chante chante y'all would but not to eat most I am actually been listening to you for a very very long time but I'm a first time caller thank you print out some.

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"copd" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 9 months ago

"copd" Discussed on KTOK

"Deaths from COPD nineteen in Oklahoma four in the past twenty four hours there are one hundred twenty three total deaths now in the state and two thousand two hundred sixty three confirmed cases here's Margot Morocco the average age of those infected is fifty six and the average age of those who've died is seventy three the cases are spread across sixty four counties Oklahoma county has the largest number of cases followed by Tulsa and Cleveland county and the state health department has now established a task force to work with nursing homes and long term care facilities to help prevent the spread of covert nineteen more than three hundred eighty covert nineteen cases in Oklahoma are linked to those facilities grace living center in Norman has the most confirmed cases at seventy two with ten deaths the Grove nursing center in Grove has sixty three confirmed cases with no deaths Oklahoma City University economics professor Russell Evans says the impact of the coronavirus slowdown could equal or be worse than the Great Depression you are going to be some eight typically severe headline numbered in the weeks and months ahead I I think it's all but a foregone certain key events told the Oklahoma city council Tuesday that the economy could shrink up to forty percent in the second quarter with the travel and hospitality industries hit the hardest he says even if restrictions were lifted right now it would take six to nine months or longer for people to ramp up to normal amounts of economic activity state house Democrats have fired off a letter to governor Kevin Stitt asking him to temporarily declare grocery store food retail and food processing workers as emergency personnel in response to the ongoing in covert nineteen pandemic that means that they would be eligible for two weeks paid leave free child care and greater access to personal protective equipment house minority leader Emily virgin of Norman says our food supply chain is only as strong as the workers that keep it going she hopes the governor won't view the request as opposition but instead she says as an idea to protect Oklahoma's most vital assets its people and we have been informed by the governor's office that the governor will hold a press briefing at three o'clock this afternoon to give an update on the state's corona virus situation the man who became the very first cobit nineteen patient in Oklahoma has donated plasma to help other corona virus patients the Tulsa world says the plasma from fifty six year old Curtis Barone was infused into our Tulsa hospital patient who was on a ventilator the woman was weaned off the ventilator thirty six hours later and has a good prognosis for recovery Perone got the virus during an overseas trip to London and Rome U. S. marshals telling us they caught up with the Pawnee county murder suspect yesterday at the downtown bus station in Tulsa they arrested fifty five year old Phillips doubt the OSBI says dell killed sixty year old Randall made well his body was found March thirtieth just three days earlier stout was released from the creek county jail on drug.

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"copd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"copd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Has been diagnosed with COPD nineteen deputy prime minister Pablo Iglesias went into quarantine after his partner also a minister was diagnosed with COPD at nineteen meanwhile or take a Smith and Santiago I'm a scholar of the far right box party have tested positive the party announced all lawmakers would work remotely in France the government ordered restaurants bars and movie theater shut down half the corona virus patients in critical condition and France are under the age of sixty Aust Stree is banned gatherings of more than five people as well as set a curfew enforced by fines Germany and Denmark are closing their borders meanwhile in Britain the government of prime minister Boris Johnson is under fire for limiting its recommendation to self isolate to people over the age of seventy Britain's chief science adviser also suggested leading a certain number of people who get infected to build quote herd immunity but government officials backed away from the comments saying it was not the official policy Ireland has closed all pubs and bars days before St Patrick's day celebrations in Iran the death toll has top seven hundred twenty with nearly fourteen thousand for confirmed cases in the past twenty four hours at least one hundred people have died in Iran and official said many of those who died were otherwise healthy around fifteen percent of the fatalities were under forty years of age Lebanon is embarking on a two week lockdown closing its airport in borders and ordering people to stay in their homes South Africa has declared a national disaster has covert nineteen takes a foothold on the African continent Kenya said it was closing its border to all non residents to curb the spread of the disease at least twenty six African countries are now reporting cases in Latin America Colombia and Panama are blocking entry for non residents and citizens and requiring those re entering the country to self isolate for two weeks what Amala announced the first corona virus death over the weekend the eighty five year old man entered the country through address last month in mainland China where the corona virus first emerged but has steadily declined in recent days sixteen new cases and fourteen no deaths were reported Sunday there are now more confirmed infections outside mainland China then inside China's offer to help countries including Iran Iraq and Italy deal with their outbreaks meanwhile the youth climate strike known as Friday's for future has moved to a digital strike Swedish seventeen year old teen activists credit unity who started the weekly strike tweeted quote school strike week eighty two and a crisis we change our behavior and adapt to the new circumstances for the greater good of society here in the United States coronavirus cases have now topped thirty six hundred though the true number of cases remains unknown expected to be thousands more due to extremely limited testing the actual number again expected to be far higher president trump held a news conference Sunday Zacks doing great it'll will pass relax it all will pass he said minutes later at the same news conference Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy infectious diseases and top members of trump's coronavirus taskforce contradicted the president as I've said many times and I repeated the worst is yes ahead for us I thank trump had stepped out of the room at that point trump declared a national emergency Friday after intense backlash to its response to the pandemic and the devastating shortage of tests a reporter asked trump if he accepted responsibility for the Lagan testing no I don't take responsibility at all because we were given a a set of circumstances and we were given rules regulations and specifications from a different time reporter told NPR trump did not push for testing earlier on because he wanted to keep.

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"copd" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:55 min | 11 months ago

"copd" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I have COPD and are currently on oxygen twenty four seven but I found when I increase my dope nine of the the reason I never wrote every day I found that the carried the day that I could take by accident along for a while with no no consequences in my reading on I don't remember what you called it that you can just bring up the steel box activate and easily went from ninety to ninety nine a few cars that was that was the main thing that is awesome Rachel it's it's so good to know that you're able to for periods of time now go completely without it Dr Howard she's she's bumped up to nine and nine she has been more improvement that can still come yes yeah it is time you know it didn't come overnight and it doesn't go away overnight yeah and it's not a cure all but we know now and you know that your quality of life has improved and that's great Rachel which is people that are thinking about calling balance of nature for the first time but haven't yet chosen to well I was one of those will listen to you I listen to talk radio a lot marital the commercial and I think you know why it's worth the money at least try and I'm so happy that I did well I know that bouncer nature's happy that you did as well because doctor how you say it all the time the improvement one by one by one making a difference in one person's life at a time you guys that's what you were built the last twenty years doing and and Rachel I cannot I can't tell you how happy it makes me because this is why I do bounce of nature's for for you and thank you so much that you've that you've followed through that you've stuck with it and that you're willing to call and share that with other people you know we get blamed all the time Rachel that down that all of the all our testimonials with the success stories people here there's a sale you need better actors traffic Rachel do you want to share with people that you're a real person yes I'm a real card and activate you so much for creating the product thank you Rachel the Rachel thanks so much for calling us we appreciate it balance of nature changing the world one life at a time well the number one reason I started thinking about the nature was the quality I think the proven science behind it peaked my interest I've tried so many different types of supplements whether dietary supplements are just general vitamins this is the only dietary supplement that I've ever taken where I actually felt a noticeable change to me that's just the best big voyage don't wait to see what getting over ten servings.

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"copd" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"copd" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"These results showed that in patients with COPD dietary supplementation, which CO QT co Q ten in creating improves functional performance. And they felt better in general. Also, I'm going to recommend vitamin d three. Now, if you live in Pittsburgh, you should be taken vitamin d three during this time of year every day, but it's been shown that vitamin d can modulate the activity of various immune killer cells inhibit inflammatory responses and regulate airway are airway smooths muscles that can relax the muscles. That constrict our lungs omega threes. One study showed a significant improvement in short of breath and decreased an inflammatory markers in COPD. So these are studies that actually used these supplements with people suffering from COPD magnesium people with COPD often have low levels of magnesium magnesium is important it is important for normal lung function, and it is known to be a potent Bronco. Dial eater effects of acute magnesium loading on pulmonary function of COPD patients was actually the name of the study that showed that the facts of acute magnesium loading on pulmonary function of Stiebel COPD patients a good probiotic is. Excellent. We have many, of course, at our store if you call and say, you went the frontier -biotics of the super -biotics get it for twenty percent off. That's vital cross talk between the mucosal tissues of art body, including those of our lungs, and our gut. Dog miramax? Finally, I'm gonna I'm gonna wrap up the supplements with Airmax to twice a day is what I recommend. This supplement contains several ingredients that are helpful with COPD, including Bromo, lean care sit-in and Parola and there's other theories well and assist, which is a great Nikolic to help get rid of the mucus, especially if you have chronic bronchitis. But. I would love you to make an appointment. So we could go over this in more detail because if you've got chronic bronchitis or even asthma or emphysema, we really do need to make it. Spy, we need to specialize it for your particular case. So. A reminder supplements on sale our CEO Q ten vitamin d three omega three fatty acids, a magnesium glysophate Airmax and buffered see, and they are all associated with helping to improve CO P D. So rob third leading cause of death in the United States that even had twos dumbfounded you. I mean. I that that that's unbelievable. When you think about all the things that can kill us. This is a very serious problem. Yeah. It's a very serious problem. And if.

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"copd" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"copd" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is for a November the fourteenth eleven AM to two PM at those locations. Right. That's correct. Okay. And there's light refreshments. Yes. There will be hubbub parking parking there won't be parking facilities. If you do attend the event there are some of the facilities do have reimbursement for parking some of the parking is free for park at and so we we want people to come to the event, and and don't worry about the parking will make sure that you get an. Opportunity to get into the event. Okay. Do you need to register? You do not need to register cage. So you can walk in that at any of those locations. Right. That's okay. And if you want more information, how can people get more information about it? They can give me a call. My phone number is four one two five four four one six three eight. And if I don't answer the phone, I'll certainly get back to you and give you the information that you need. Okay. Very good. And we'll be talking about that some more of throughout the show. And it's the these programs are are are so important because if you have questions that if you need to get more information, so what a way to spend a couple of hours to get the real scoop. Right. That's correct. Okay. This is medical frontiers. We're talking about COPD tonight. So give us a call. The lot of.

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"copd" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"copd" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Balance of nature i have copd and currently on oxygen twenty four seven but i found my dose nine of the the the nine over every day i found that they will carry the day that i could take by accident on for a while with no no consequences and my reading i don't remember what you call that they get on your feet easily went ninety it went up to ninety nine that's amazing that is awesome because you know every cell needs oxygen and that's it you know what let me tell you real quick story to my own mother she was on oxygen twenty four seven and we put her up to twelve and twelve twelve fruits and twelve vegetables a day she has not been on oxygen for at least six months maybe she she's not on that remember i told you my fear that tethered to that oxygen bottle the rest of my life she's not and in that she just had a she just went into a doctor the other day she has her normal physician because i'm anywhere and everywhere and came back for her checkup and she came back and said he is so excited he said i have not looked as healthy he's never seen me look so healthy and then her blood sugars he her a one c which is measures a longterm about blood sugars was down to a perfect level well i've we've cut her her diabetic medications or blood sugar medications she was on two pills and now she takes a fourth of one and it's perfect and she and her doctor said to her i have never seen a patient they could actually get their blood sugar and controlled just by changing their diet and i looked at my own mother said did you tell him is the balance of nature she goes eight is an oh you another wherever i failed one hundred percent i said to her i could not take you off these medications without you taking this regularly and man has she gets gotten real no fired all taking it in my but anyways it was about the being on oh to her life has changed quality of life and and i wish that for you also rachel it's it's so good to know that you're able to for periods of time now go completely without it dr howard she she's bumped up to nine and nine she has more improvement that can still come yes yeah it's time you know it didn't come overnight and it doesn't go away over and it's not a cure all but we know now and you know that your quality of life has improved and that's great rachel what would you say to people that are thinking about calling balance of nature for the first time but haven't yet chosen to well i always wanted to.

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"copd" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"copd" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And copd and so with something like that i was like okay you don't want to do like the struck if i like a drug i'd probably going to be more inclined to write it so when you speak on a drug you learn everything there is no about that drug you learn the side effects you'll learn the former connecticut the pharmacology behind the chemistry you learn so much about it so you get more comfortable with it so yes i would probably write that drug more than something else why because it works you know i don't think i ever spoken christopher i wish i would have because i really liked that cholesterol medication somebody's who cost on you you seem to request or more than zocor or well then you must have got paid by them what doctors do we are inundated with all sorts of literature on medications out there i mean just in undated and so when we have to prescribe we kind of come up with our favorites not because we're lazy but we just notice you know what i don't like the side effects of that one i don't like the cost of that one i noticed my patients dwell on this now i don't treat patients with the same medicine but i'm like you don't want to use this for this i'm going to use this for this and you come up with your own little toolbox or your own doctor back and this is what i like to use this one of comfortable with and yeah i wanna be open to new medicines but those end up being the ones you like now former cynical company we'll go and they will notice that you're right the medications and yeah maybe they wanna give positive reinforcement but a lot of them will say look do the samples help but i'm like yes please bring more samples because then i could start.

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"copd" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"copd" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"Copd and talk to your doctor he was born nineteen fifty one and did the slap and then his mother yes learned school bye three his mother brought in we do needs you so much younger than you when l he the he nine find sister amazon donald rich starts before the what the smell star sure.

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"copd" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"copd" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"In history seventy three years she was asked if he had any flaws and she said no he was a saint and she told me you know i i've been so happy as first lady so many good things have happened in my life i have no complaints and it's all because of my husband and so i think this is a really inspir inspirational story and i think it was douglas said it's it's you know we hear about the reagans a lot but the bush is also had this deep devotion to each other into their family and it really is the end of an era of this kind of reagan bush era of decorum and civility and the republican party i think and it's it's very sad just dr sanjay gupta's here on the medical front we know during a when she was at the white house she was diagnosed with graves disease but in in the last few years it was my understanding is congestive heart failure and copd plane yeah and that was just in the last couple of years i mean she was pretty healthy she got the grades aziz back in the late eighties she had a a arctic valve replacement as well but that was really about it up until age ninety so pretty healthy copd basically is a a significant inflammation of the airways what is it sanford's it's chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and and i it basically it becomes harder to breathe sometimes people will need additional oxygen in the worst case situation someone needs to go on a breathing machine which is something within the last few days she said she did not want to do what can also happen with copd is at the heart is pumping blood to the lungs but the lungs because they're so constricted it makes it harder for the heart to do that so the heart starts to fail as well and that's the congestive heart failure part of it and that's that's when.

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"copd" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"copd" Discussed on WCHS

"Of reasons one is that we smoke more than most states higher instances of copd also because of coal mining near black rome waited problems with breathing problems related to that so wide backdrop you should know that since january two thousand six grace and dorni coppell has served as national spokeswoman and patient advocate for the national heart and blood institute national institutes of health law increase awareness about copd and and look and associated lung diseases and not just a couple of days ago grace and her husband ted koppel the former newsman were in west virginia i actually dedicated to pulmonary rehab centers to treat copd and ted koppel joins us right now in metro i missed him that day when they ran but he joins us today on metronews talkline take good morning how are you good morning the last time durant time i ever heard on burma name of poppy reconfirmable memorial barrier may mean anything careers at hop on cassidy uganda you're showing your aids ted as i am i going so i am going to thoroughly with other opera i thought my dad had copd dodd is related of copd he was a smoker your wife was a smoker is it i thought you just went on oxygen and that was it but you can do more of course you and and the great tragedy off the is that we've got its gdp her name he to the united states well i find the heart disease and cancer and most people have no idea what it is we have something like thirty million people in this country who are afflicted with copd the fact of the matter is sixteen millionus been identified uh those probably another ten to fifteen million who are out there on don't you has a great many doctors don't give them the proper test copd and so people are suffering a lot and uh i'm not suggesting they want still uh you know suffer it's a nasty nasty disease but there are there are things that can be done to make life a lot better and pulmonary rehabilitation as writer at the top of the line you all you and your wife grace enduring a cop o dedicated to new of two new pulmonary republished rehabilitation centres of west virginia won and jacks county the other one in spencer what what are you do there what what kind of treatments available there ten well.

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"copd" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"copd" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Teo trope em in early stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by human joe from the first affiliated hospital of guangzhou medical university china patients with milder moderate copd rarely receive medications because they have few symptoms in this study eight hundred and forty one patients with early stage copd were assigned to usual care plus the long acting anti cholinergic bronco die later teo trope em or placebo for two years the forced expiratory volume in one second f e v one in patients who received teo tropy him was higher than in those who received placebo throughout the trial there was no significant amelioration of the mean annual decline in the f e v one before bronco die later use the decline was thirty eight milliliters per year in the tokyo trope him group and 53 millilitres per year in the placebo group difference fifteen millilitres per year in contrast the annual decline in the fed one after bronco die later use was significantly less in the teo tropy him group then in the placebo group twenty nine millilitres per year versus fifty one millilitres per year difference 22 millilitres per year the incidence of adverse events was generally similar in the two groups teo trope him resulted in a higher fed one than placebo at 24 months and ameliorated the annual decline in the f e v one after bronco die later use in patients with copd of mild or moderate severity in an editorial fanny co from the prince of wales hospital shot tin china writes that the data gathered by joe and colleagues are particularly important for patients with global initiative for chronic obstructive lung disease gold stage one disease and those with mild symptoms because evidence about treatment for these subgroups of patience is scarce the us preventative services task force recently recommended against screening for copd in a symptomatic adults because there was a lack of evidence showing the benefit of early detection and treatment.

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"copd" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"copd" Discussed on WLAC

"Best airquality can open your windows regardless of if you're indoors lot make make sure you get about an hour's worth of fresher every day and analysis blazing hot right now now depending on where you live but to get outside any about an hour hours worth of fresh yours critical for your overall health nike and especially help with any kind of chronic lung condition if you've smoked in the past hopefully trolls you don't anymore and the good news about that is even with copd which is known to be progressive and chronic even was copd it's important realized that he in your in in these cases that although it's progressively getting worse technically okay that when you stop smoking the the lungs had the capacity to regenerate now it takes eight years roughly four the lungs to completely regenerate term pique again and there's big discussion on that people believe that some scientists for there's two camps in medicine just so you know because there's been mixed research on that but that right there would give me help so if you struggle with that smoking whatever police quit in a that's my hope for you in no that there could be a turned coming around the corner there is it is not a ton of all these herbal remedies and air these vitamins and minerals that help regenerate so much rooted in our uti in can be helpful and is shown some promise with that i mean there are some homeopathic remedies you can look and a passion flower that they've put that into into homeopathic remedies camomile they can also be helpful with lung tissue but again nothing this groundbreaking there's no silver bullet and i wish i could say there was but lowering inflammation the body as you're going through this is one of the best things you can do and that comes of course from your diet from your environment from toxins whether you in whatever you choose to put on your skin the water you drink uh you.

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"copd" Discussed on The Voice of Healthcare

The Voice of Healthcare

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"copd" Discussed on The Voice of Healthcare

"Yeah i mean i couldn't agree more when it comes to the delivery aspect of this something that i've come across regularly which i know is echoed in some of the subtext of what you just said is the absolute shortage of practitioners upcoming both nurses and physicians and uh ansa larry staff in order to take care of uh of the growing uh aged in this population as well as growing amounts of chronic conditions um as a comparison copd which something that i've been working on in china uh they have estimated two hundred million chinese uh are diagnosed sibal copd uh in the united states is not that much clearly it's more like 24 million uh but in both sets in both populations there is certainly a lacking amount of providers that can show people how to take care of themselves maybe alter their health or be as you mentioned a behavioral nudge to modify behaviors to get people to stop smoking or to be more compliant with medication that's where i really see this voice technology from a delivery perspective uh change in the game completely in fact it might even be something more of the norm especially with things coming out like echo show um i suppose i think it's called eco show right bradley it's the one with the monitor on it um the idea of could connect to a practitioner or even better a someone else that has the same diseases you'd inside of some sort of social connective um to talk about how to take care of yourself in an optimal way.

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