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The Regime Being Run By Pharmaceutical Companies With Daniel Horowitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last month

The Regime Being Run By Pharmaceutical Companies With Daniel Horowitz

"Daniel, and one of your pieces of my memory serves me well, I'm going to dig it up. You allude to the fact that this really is a regime that is being run by pharmaceutical companies. That this is about the small group of pharmaceutical companies that are calling the shots. Is it that sinister? Is it that diabolical Daniel or is there another explanation to this? I mean, I think it's broader than that, but certainly one of the lead ships in that armada of the system when you talk about the system, the cabal, the globalists, it's the pharmaceuticals. And I love how you call it the Fauci virus. China virus is really off message. The likely knew about it and maybe they had some involvement. This ain't the Chinese. They used Wuhan because it was offshore. This was done by UNC UNC Chapel Hill berwick, Jurassic, Fauci, and all the pharmaceuticals that were in it. By the way, fun fact, UNC Chapel Hill, which is the ground zero for the getting function of research for coronaviruses. You know that they're the ones who had Remdesivir. Gilead, somehow got ahold of it. Look it up. UNC Remdesivir. How is it that the only thing that was ever approved, which as I wrote yesterday have an article on this at the blaze NIH's own website says it causes liver toxicity and renal failure and we're seeing that with Sony patients, which is why a lot of people come in moderate moderate COVID, they should get over just like they go into the hospital with pneumonia every year. COPD, we have this treatable and they die. And it is the Remdesivir. It's one vicious cycle. So they'll look at Ivermectin C we can't use that and they're like, okay, let's say we're wrong and it's a sugar pill. But it is literally safer than Tylenol, won the Nobel Prize. Every piece of literature says is well tolerated. No one's ever had a problem. Why not try

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"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

04:01 min | 3 months ago

"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

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"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"One of the very important things to stress with this if the condition is in any way advanced. Copd the patient has very little reserve. So if you have severe emphysema abc throughout the lungs and there are various types of emphysema and when we look at a microscope if you have emphysema throughout the lungs and therefore your lung function is severely impaired if you get an infection on of that your reserve in the lungs to cope with that can be quite severely inhibited. And so patients get into trouble quite quickly. So it's important for these patients to be to consult their physician quickly and the for the physician to fit them into their clinic because they can get quite unwell quite quickly and this is even more important and this has been amplified by the covert epidemic. So john does that. Mean that an individual who gets you know we all get upper respiratory infections. I feel like all winter long sometimes. And does that mean that it's worse for someone who has copd than it would be for you or for me. Perhaps because the baseline is different that the patient stocking with damage lungs and therefore would not be able to cope with an infection of any severity. So it's important. They get seen more quickly and treated more aggressively. Tell me about treatment. Tre- treatment much much of what i described actually sounds quite gloomy because i'm talking about irreversible airflow obstruction and that and advanced disease. But the fact that when you use an inhaler in the laboratory it doesn't show much change in lung. Function doesn't mean that the patients who has copd long-term will not benefit from inhale treatment. So it haled's these agonists inhaled bronco dye lasers that opened up. The airways can help in more suffer ways within the lung by improving vital capacity and therefore should be prescribed and on many patients find them helpful. If the condition is severe nebulizer Bronco dye lasers machine. You plug in the wall and put in a row the larger dose and other other than Eventually like drugs. The so called anti cholinergic drugs can also be very helpful in patients with with copd so inhale treatment is is very important now. There has been a long base in my specialty about whether or not to use inhaled corticosteroids and copd does now good evidence that in fact the inflammation in the lungs is helped even though there's a small extra risk of other infections such as new melania. But there's good evidence that using a regular inhaler court or steroid will quietly airway reduced. The cough on may help the patients breathlessness. Then what about the use of oxygen. John when we see people wearing oxygen or using no individuals use at night is that for. Copd it's foresee for copd amongst other conditions and oxygen is unless the diseases advanced. Oxygen is rarely necessary on the patient who gets intermittently little breathless and takes a couple of of oxygen. That's not the right way to use when copd becomes quite advanced in. The patient has chronically low oxygen in the blood when you look at on the finger pulse up similar. And if it's if the option is persistently low and therefore will be very low at nice. Giving long-term oxygen treatment is helpful and that means that the patient uses oxygen over nice on indeed for perhaps for many of the waking hours during the day and that will reduce the The incidence of rice hot failure because low chronic low blood. Oxygen affects the right side of the heart and raising the ultra. Jim for as much as we can over a prolonged period of time will will help to prevent the onset of bass so but using oxygen on a sort of as required basis at may.

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"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Those those changes in the lung that you described on imaging studies like chest x ray or cat scan. Yes the chest. X ray is helpful. It's a time honored to of our by specialty. In in the profession and the lungs tend to become a bit over inflated. The patient can become barrel chested. Because it's easier to get air in than it is to get us out so you're trap air within the lungs and the patients tend to lift the shoulders up and down so the chest x ray control over inflated lungs. It's quite difficult to make a definitive diagnosis of emphysema..

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"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"In the pain clinic who have had to reverse bad habits. Smoking certainly seems to be one of the things. That's most difficult to give up. There is quite good evidence that it's as difficult as stopping narcotics. Nicotine is nicotine. It's hugely addictive. Despite claims to the country in the past nicotine is hugely addictive. So we're going to be very sensitive and careful how we handle our patients and that we don't we don't do finger-wagging or or lecture. It's a very tough thing to do. But it's our job and our responsibility to give them the best advice to tell them what the consequences might be if they don't stop john deasy much. Copd and individuals who've never smoked themselves but ben exposed chronically to secondhand smoke. Yes you do see see that is clearly. It's not as as severe or as common as those who take in the the smoke directly themselves which is environmental smoke can also Can also damage the lungs. A particularly. If you have a background of other lung disease if you're an asthmatic on you live with a smoker. Then you're airways would become irritated and inflamed by their smoke and more so than a normal person a non asthmatic living with a smoker. So if you already have lung disease and you've got a member of your household who smokes. They should be asked to step outside to distribute the smoke in the outside air run than in in their in their home. John in medicine we talk a lot about signs and symptoms signs being things that you and i could observe when we see a patient and symptoms being with the patient describes to us or experiences. What might a an individual who is suffering from copd experience. Well one of the definitions of of of chronic. Bronchitis is that you have at coughing sputum for more than three consecutive months in two consecutive years. Usually the winter months. So recurrent episodes of cough and phlegm is a cardinal feature over time than you develop more breathlessness and you were notice that climbing stairs or walking and talking with your partner and that you find that more difficult and that that progresses over time until such time as it seriously interfering with your ability to carry out your normal daily activities so coffin..

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"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"An indeed treatment for many aspects of us are available. So it's great for people to consult the internet but people should also be consulting their physician to filter that information to give a realistic appraisal of what their situation is. I touched on this. Just a bit in the intro. But who would be most at of developing copd. Well it depends. It depends to some extent on where you are in the world not in In developed countries tobacco smoking. Tobacco is one two and three. It's a tobacco. Damages the airways it damages the substance of the lungs as well and causes emphysema and is the major cause of copd and should be what it should be avoided at all costs anyway but certainly anybody who's developed the condition. If you want to stop the progress of the condition you must stop smoking. And in the in the developing world. And we've come to understand now that there are other factors that may be played because people who do not smoke may be living in very enclosed environments with fires indoor fires in in areas that are not well ventilated on the nation of that that smoke and and and the the the particles the pollutants will damage their lungs in a very similar way to a smoker. You know that environment of course for these people is much more difficult to avoid them. The cigarette smoking at that we see in In other parts of the world. But they're the two major factors. There are some inherited conditions that lead to a similar syndrome. They are very rare but People with copd are more at risk from lung as you said from lung cancer from heart disease coronary artery disease on indeed at the end stage of the condition from heart failure right heart failure because their blood oxygen is so low. It seems that everyone that i interviewed for this show tells us that smoking is bad so i guess we can start with that right. I think we if we've finished without as well. That would be all right with me. Smoking is poisonous. It's a it's an unnatural thing to do to inhale voluntarily in had smoke into our lungs is hugely addictive because of the nicotine content. So you know i never. I try never to lecture patients who smoke because it is tough is really tough to give up smoking. And the addiction to the nicotine the nicotine receptors that are open in the brain crying out for more nicotine at creates the need curiously enough. It's not the nicotine that does the damage in the main is the other stuff the the the other constituents of cigarette smoke but the nicotine is what addict to and the so difficult to stop and there's an old and very bad joke at that says. Oh i've given. It's easy to give up smoking. I've done it many times. And that's that's a factor. That's the p people give up. And then they relax a little bit and they start again under the same time and time again and of course every cigarette smoke does some damage so the strongest puffs of advice here is to quit smoking to avoid smoking to avoid smoking smoking your environment and if you can do from speaking to my.

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"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

03:52 min | 3 months ago

"copd" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Coming up on mayo clinic q. Day tobacco damages the airways it damages the substance of the lungs as well and causes emphysema and is the major cause of copd chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or copd chronic inflammatory lung disease. That causes obstructed airflow from the lungs. It's a progressive disease. That gets worse over time but it is treatable. He attack it him ninety phase if you stop the patients smoking if you take the patient away from the pollution environment that may be contributing to it if you treat infections quickly aggressively and the patients who have the more severe disease or entered into have program then. The outlook is quite good. Welcome everyone to mayo clinic q. And a. i'm dr helena's gazelle alka chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or copd as the third leading cause of death worldwide according to the world health organization. Copd is a chronic inflammatory lung disease that causes obstructed airflow from the lungs. The main cause of copd developed countries is tobacco smoking in the developing world. Copd often occurs in people exposed to fumes from burning fuel for cooking or heating and poorly ventilated homes people with copd or at increased risk of other diseases to such as heart disease lung cancer and a variety of other conditions. Well copd is a progressive disease. It's also treatable..

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Delta Will Charge Unvaccinated Employees $200 per Month

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Delta Will Charge Unvaccinated Employees $200 per Month

"Delta airlines says it won't force employees to get a corona virus vaccine but the choice not to it's going to cost them I'm Ben Thomas with the latest delta airlines will charge employees on the company health plan two hundred dollars a month if they fail to get vaccinated against covert nineteen CEO ed Bastian justifies the policy by pointing to the cost to the airline for the average hospital stay of an infected employee forty thousand dollars Bastian says of the delta employees hospitalized for COPD in recent weeks none have been fully vaccinated delta also says starting in September it will require weekly testing for unvaccinated ploy ease the airline will pick up the cost of that testing still delta isn't going as far as United Airlines which is requiring employees to get vaccinated or face termination I'm Ben Thomas

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Pfizer Jab Doesn’t Seem To Prevent Hospitalization but Still Gets FDA Approval

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Pfizer Jab Doesn’t Seem To Prevent Hospitalization but Still Gets FDA Approval

"Are they pushing vaccine. Where people are getting hospitalized with the virus that the vaccine is supposed to prevent. And i will tell you anecdotally of someone close to us here. In the charlie. Kirk show to eighty some things that we know got the chinese corona virus. They took a steady regimen of ivermectin hydroxy chloroquine despite massive co biddies including copd and heart transplant. And they recovered. Do you hear stories like that. Did you know that your own government issued another guidance telling you don't take ivermectin. I can tell you firsthand experience at not as a doctor that there was some positives that came out of that and people are alive today because of it. So the fda has now approved a piece of medicine that according to axios axios dot com is forty two percent effective. We heavily publicized. The story that jen psaki in the white house that the biden regime is not requiring the vaccine for white house staff or workers in the white house. If you're a marine you have to get the vaccine or you'll be dishonorably discharged if you're a teacher. You have to get the vaccine. You work in a nursing home you have to get a vaccine and yet the white house has come out and said and we have this story on charlie. Kirk dot com. Jen psaki says no we the freedom of choice in the white house your own rulers. Want to be able to opt out of the vaccine.

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Florida Again Breaks Record for COVID-19 Hospitalizations

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Florida Again Breaks Record for COVID-19 Hospitalizations

"Florida has once more broken a record of covered nineteen hospitalizations according to data from the U. S. department of health and Human Services the number of people hospitalized for COPD nineteen in Florida rose to an all time high of just over eleven thousand five hundred but Florida governor Ron DeSantis would like to stress the lack of fatalities due to the number of seniors that are vaccinated even the Mets a lot of positive tests you still see much less mortality than we did year over year you know that's important any answer just like these come and go it will probably come back in the winter just like last year not as much as the northeast but but we'll see hospitals around the state have reported a noticeable drop in age of the covert nineteen patients I'm showing up where

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FDA Approves Third Antibody Drug for COVID-19 Cases

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

FDA Approves Third Antibody Drug for COVID-19 Cases

"Federal health officials have approved a third antibody drug to help reduce the impact of Kobe doing team on infected patients the US food and drug administration's authorize the emergency use of a new drug with the goal of reducing hospitalizations and patient deaths the drug comes from Glaxo Smith Kline envy or biotechnology designed to treat mild to moderate cases of COPD nineteen where patients are at risk of severe illness because of advanced age or underlying health conditions this antibody drug is given through an IV and should be administered within ten days after symptoms develop health officials say the demand has been low for two similar drugs already on the market they suspect hospitals don't have a clear picture of the drugs availability hi Jackie Quinn

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Trump's Mar-a-Lago partially closed due to COVID outbreak

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Trump's Mar-a-Lago partially closed due to COVID outbreak

"The ritzy Palm Beach Florida resort owned by former president Donald Trump is partially closed because of an outbreak of Kubic nineteen several insiders including club members and a person familiar with operations at Mar a Lago C. two areas of the resort are closed after some staff members tested positive for Kobe nineteen an email said service is suspended in the club's dining room and at the Mar a Lago beach club but banquet services remain open more than a year ago a Brazilian official who posed with Donald Trump tested positive for corona virus at the club which was also cited in January for violating a local mask mandate during a new year's eve party president trump was treated for COPD bid last fall and has since been vaccinated against the virus hi Jackie Quinn

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CDC says fully vaccinated people can gather indoors without masks

The Guy Benson Show

06:37 min | 9 months ago

CDC says fully vaccinated people can gather indoors without masks

"Got mortgaged news on vaccinations and on CDC guidance earlier today. Doctor to net. Nash Watt are Fox News colleague joined us in the first hour to discuss the implications of what we're learning here is part of that conversation. If you could just walk us through what you heard this morning. What the big takeaways are what the implications are for people. He got so guys, This is really incredible news, and I'm just really excited. Ecstatic about it, because what this tells us it symbolizes that the end is here. It symbolizes that we have control and it gives us social premiums and gives us a taste of them of feet. And when you provide clear and realistic guidance to Americans, that's gonna increase compliance, and it's really going to get a Further where we need to be faster. So I think this is an important, very important step that has been long awaited, and it makes sense that with the first group that she mentioned a beautifully vaccinated and your mom and your parents, your neighbors fully vaccinated. It's okay to be around them indoors in a small group without a mask, But just use your common sense if you're vaccinated and you're around other people. You are not, and they're at high risk. You might want to just be careful where your mask Until that person who is high risk is able to get their vaccine because it's your high risk in the first place. They should be vaccinated. So I know it's a little bit cumbersome, but it's just a matter of time. Remember, by the end of May, everyone is gonna have according to president right and everyone is going to have access to the vaccine on. But this is really very hopeful. Good news. Because we're almost there. We're at the home stretch and it's It's a point to take these these steps because, remember, the vaccine is not 100% effective. Right, but it's I mean, it's awfully close, right? And so you start adding up these numbers, you say Okay, well, because this is one of the things that Doubters will bring up. Well, it's not 100% effective. Well, that's true of almost every vaccine ever. Right. It's it's about managing expectations and managing risk. And we have a disease that is, you know, 99 plus percent survival rate if you get it. Then, if you have most people with vaccines that are between let's say 86 94% effective. The math just gets so much better for society as a whole, and we're back to something close to a normal risk scenario where we've all been living our lives under that type of rest scenario. For years and years. Right, so the vector after the vaccinated, plus vaccinated person, right, So if you've got a small group of people, everyone's been vaccinated. You all can get together in. The CDC is saying it again. This is a recommendation. They don't actually Set policy that doesn't have, you know legal weight, But their recommendation based on what they say is the best science is and that first part, I think is just totally common sense toe toe Average people. If you've got a group of folks who've all been vaccinated, Of course, they should be able to hang out indoors outdoors wherever they want to be. Without masks without social distancing, because they're all safe themselves, and they're safe from each other. The one where I guess it is a little bit. Mork confusing. And if you could just maybe parse out some of this guide us a little bit, doctor. It is the permission that they're giving, or at least in their recommendations. That people who are vaccinated can safely gather with unvaccinated people as well. Talking about vaccinated grand parents and their unvaccinated, you know, families or grandkids, or, you know groups of friends and they're saying be careful. It kind of depends on who the unvaccinated people are. But we're not saying that it is unsafe. For vaccinated people to hang out Now indoors. No, masking know, distancing with some unvaccinated. Others Just spell that a little bit more further. A little bit further for us, please. Yes, that's correct and going back to the first one. Where if you're fully vaccinated, That means you have to be two weeks out from your second dose or two weeks out from the Johnson Johnson because I got to tell you guys this past weekend I had a lot of positive covert patients, and many of them had only had their first dose. Even other symptoms were very mild. So you want to make sure that it's both doses and infinitely two weeks after Second does now when it comes to not wearing your mask. If you're living in the same household with others who are not vaccinated, it is a caveat is those who are not vaccinated in that trustful. They are how rich you might want to take precautions. If they have COPD or diabetes or heart disease. You might want to take precautions. And the thing is, if you're mixing more than one household member, if you're increasing the size of the gathering You're increasing the risk of possible transmission. That's when they're that's when they say. If there's more than one household that you're mixing with, then you might want to consider where in your mask, and they also still recommend everyone avoid medium to large indoor gathering. But if you can't do that, where your mask social distance again Just get more American vaccinated. We have about 9.2%, who are fully backstage about 30 million Americans, which in my opinion is really good at that, with people who are naturally infected. We're almost that, you know. Herd immunity. I really do think we're getting there. So the key is the mixing of the household. If it's more than one helpful on Duren, the harvest situation, maybe having AH co morbidity is common sense. Protect yourself. It's not hard to wear that mask. And to me, it kind of feels like a headline. If you want to boil it down. This does not apply to every single case, but it's like, Hey, Grandma and Grandpa. You're vaccinated. You're fully vaccinated. Go hug your grandkids. It is safe, right and like that, is that such a wonderful thing to see And it's it's just way all knew. That moment was coming in for a lot of people. It's now been here because we've had people getting vaccinated. Out for weeks and months. But to have it now be sort of the broad recommendation of the CDC. That is very exciting. The data among seniors 65 especially 75, plus Thing. Definitely to sort of herd immunity. If you will that level of inoculation among older populations, who are overwhelmingly the most likely to get very seriously ill or die from this disease. We're doing a great job prioritizing those people in a very high percentage. Super super majority of seniors in America are now vaccinated in that number continues to grow. Every day.

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J&J's 1-dose shot cleared, giving US 3rd COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

J&J's 1-dose shot cleared, giving US 3rd COVID-19 vaccine

"The food and drug administration has cleared Johnson and Johnson's covert nineteen vaccine for emergency use the FDA decision adds a third vaccine option in the fight to control the corona virus but unlike the first two which require two shots Johnson and Johnson's works with just one dose the FDA said J. and J's vaccine offers strong protection against what matters most serious illness hospitalizations and death in a massive study that spanned three continents one dose was found to be eighty five percent protective against the most severe COPD nineteen illness J. J. has a few million doses lined up in shipments could begin as early as Monday the company expects to deliver twenty million doses around the U. S. by the end of March and one hundred million by summer and Thomas Washington

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J&J single-dose COVID-19 shot poised for FDA decision

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

J&J single-dose COVID-19 shot poised for FDA decision

"An analysis by U. S. regulators finds Johnson and Johnson's single dose vaccine does protect against covert nineteen the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is considered easier to use than the fines are in McDonough shots those must be kept frozen watching chase can last three months in a refrigerator and it only requires one dose food and drug administration scientists have confirmed overall it's about sixty six percent effective at preventing moderate to severe COPD nineteen Friday a panel of FDA experts will meet to debate whether the evidence is strong enough to recommend the Jane J. shot for use even if it receives approval however it won't boost vaccine supplies much right away only a few million doses are expected to be ready for shipping in the first week Ben Thomas Washington

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Jackson Health System in Miami expands COVID-19 vaccines to patients 55+ with specific medical conditions

Todd Schnitt

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Jackson Health System in Miami expands COVID-19 vaccines to patients 55+ with specific medical conditions

"Will begin offering covert 19 vaccines next week to Floridians 55 years old and over with specific medical conditions. CEO Carlos Montoya says those medical conditions include heart failure, COPD and some forms of cancer. In order to receive the vaccine. These individuals will have to bring a signed note from their physician stating which of these 13 conditions apply. The Florida Department of

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J&J asks US regulators to OK its one-shot COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

J&J asks US regulators to OK its one-shot COVID-19 vaccine

"Johnson and Johnson is asking federal regulators to clear its covert nineteen vaccine unlike the fights read maternal vaccines this one is just a single dose being easier to use option and the virus fight the Johnson and Johnson vaccine does not seem quite as effective as the two does versions but preliminary results from a massive study show it offers strong protection against a moderate to severe COPD at nineteen the food and drug administration's independent advisers will publicly debate the vaccines data in three weeks before making a recommendation Sager mag ani Washington

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US consumer spending fell 0.2% in December in face of virus

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

US consumer spending fell 0.2% in December in face of virus

"Consumer spending slowed in December a worrisome sign for an economy hobbled by the corona virus pandemic the commerce department reports consumers curb their spending two tenths of a percent December's decline followed a seasonally adjusted seven tenths percent drop in November the numbers offer an indication of the extent to which Americans hunkered down as COPD nineteen infections surged boarding travel shopping and dining out since a brief rebound last spring consumer spending has barely grown during the pandemic sales at retailers have declined for three straight months one positive in the commerce department report personal incomes rose a modest six tenths percent after two months of declines Ben Thomas Washington

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Larry King, television's everyman interviewer, dies at 87

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Larry King, television's everyman interviewer, dies at 87

"Larry King the suspender sporting every man whose interviews with world leaders movie stars and ordinary Joes helped define American conversation for half a century died Saturday he was eighty seven king's death at an LA hospital was confirmed on his Twitter account he'd been battling COPD but earlier in the month the spokesman said he'd been moved from I see you king was a radio host before moving to CNN where he interviewed everyone from president Obama to lady Gaga to the Dalai Lama in nineteen ninety four he described his interview style to a peak what you got to do with people was taken into a comfort zone if you can make someone comfortable you own them he also said the idea for wearing suspenders came from a former wife so I put my one nine people so convincing it look good in that so it's stuck Larry King is survived by three sons and a very large extended family I'm Julie Walker

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Study: Higher doses of blood thinner helps some

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Study: Higher doses of blood thinner helps some

"New research finds the giving Kobe patients full doses of blood thinners may help keep them offer breathing machines and other support measures almost every patient who needs to be hospitalized for COPD nineteen is given a low dose of a blood thinner like heparin to try to prevent dangerous blood clots from forming that early results from three large international coronavirus studies finds that it's full doses of blood thinners that are needed and that the low doses don't help and could actually harm patients who are more seriously ill the findings haven't yet been published by the national institutes of health released the results now to try to help doctors decide appropriate care for Kobe nineteen patients Jackie Quinn Washington

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

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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Fires In California And Colorado Cover The West With Smoke

Environment: NPR

02:35 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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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"copd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:31 min | 1 year 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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"copd" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"copd" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"She has a son has COPD she was seen by a pulmonologist at another super pooper scooper us brothers if you think I'm only talking about what I can tell you there's plenty of them and well shot along Nigel and they tried to biopsy it and they missed and so our surgeons at this hospital wanted to cut out part of her lung issues worked out but this big hospitals had a CT scan showed a big mass of the left apex it was sixteen millimeters as was new she also has long scarring she has emphysema she's on oxygen oxygen they wanna cut out part of along what happens when you're on oxygen the color part of your long you need your long for breathing your brain is gonna be less good so she had a biopsy was very suspicious pet scan was very suspicious she was told by doctors who is ninety nine point nine percent sure it's cancer should in a regular D. it was suspicious yeah pulmonary functions well and by the way she's an ex smoker she quit ten years before but sad to say often the body remembers which is a great reason to stop smoking today or better yet never start this woman was using oxygen at home and was using oxygen even at rest his sister with breast cancer the father of prostate cancer I examined her shed some crackles in the long shoes on oxygen she could barely move without oxygen scanned positive we spoke about all the options well she learned about radio surgery here her surgeons of and tell her about radio surgery at that big hospital with million dollar income no a friend of radio listeners like you helped her understand that there are options and so often radio listeners like you intervene or not bash thrown at someone on the shoulder and say Hey you better go see a doctor leader but well that's what happened to this woman she learned about her work and she learned about her work years ago she came to us examined our records I talked about surgery shutting do about services he's already scheduled a part of our long removed which could barely breathe as it was and she chose radiosurgery noninvasive treatment pinpoint treatment invisible beams attacking the cancer she was on the table just a few minutes there's no pain there's no suffering there's no cutting there's no chance to design a stage others all hospitals and we sent from thousands of angles beams to attack the cancer and that's we did in her yeah I saw her now in the cancer's gone and oxygen is gone when she got rid of the cancer the need for oxygen went away he is now active off of oxygen and with no cancer so she had several benefits you avoided that surgery which would most likely would have harmed her breathing because it would have taken out part of along that she needed for breathing number two she was successfully treated with video search at this time the cancer's gone number three she's off oxygen even that exertion should about exercising with no oxygen before she was using oxygen even at rest what a difference it has made for this woman sixty nine year old woman with Mr smoking and COPD you can cruise along mass and she just did not want to have that surgery she did not want to have invasion cutting bleeding hospital infections in anything else are socially with hospitals as you know this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street what about a woman who is ninety two years old she's whittled became other friends he had a lesion the squamous carcinoma honors Shen and she came she's ninety two from Yugoslavia and why do people come here with skin cancers of so many skin cancers is about three and a half three and a half million skin cancers a year in America so we think about it breast cancer is about a quarter million or prostate cancers two hundred thousand skin cancers is three and a half million and many people are sent for radical forming Moses MO H. as surgery and the shelters not much more scans would be a difficult surgery or deforming surgery and she just did not want that that's why she came here and we treat many people a squamous cells and basal cells and care taken from a skin cancers with no cutting and no bleeding with its on the ear or nose or mouth I live in our arms or legs or hands or feet or trunk like this woman this is the work that we do every day and if you call us for that body booklet you'll see plenty of examples of skin cancers before and after work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eighth street in the heart of New York City this is what we do every day what about a woman who comes to us with breast cancer she's fifty four she's from Jamaica he has two children with her brother about three years ago Shana right breast cancer she felt a lump and the well she had a mastectomy at one of the big hospitals and you know I often talk about it the big hospitals I came to New York ninety seven percent of women were getting mastectomies losing their breast where is my practice ninety percent of them were keeping their breasts in Georgia the women weren't different the mentality of the doctor was different in here we try to give women all the options will sad to say she had a mastectomy and the cancer came back right in the mastectomy site so why was that well mastectomy by itself is not such great treatment for her cancer came back in the right excel it was biopsy positive they want to do another radical surgery on her arm pit and she just didn't want that and she came to me after having a big mass and I saw her she had a big mass like the size of a golf ball and right arm pit member center Best Actor in the same side of the cancer came right back at the surgical site it often does that's why radiation for breast cancer is so important we treated the mass and now she is in remission with no cutting no bleeding no kimono surgery this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City what about a man who's here from Ghana West Africa he's sixty nine years old.

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"copd" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:34 min | 1 year 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 KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 1 year 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 KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"copd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Diagnosed with COPD it they are sent home to take care of themselves they get medical attention and and did receive paid time off when the facility does have somebody who's been diagnosed it's a different actions are taken depending on where that person worked in what kind of contact here she added with other employees yes let me ask you about this specifically if you don't mind because this week Amazon close to Kentucky warehouse until April first because some workers there have the virus but then there are warehouses in other places at Staten Island queens that have been re opened after just a few hours of cleaning why is that happening wire some warehouses being treated differently than others because our warehouses fulfillment centers and distribution centers are different in terms of the density in police that works there the the distances between the employees where they work the equipment that they work with us so I judgments were made based on the guidance that we receive from the CDC and the WHL and other health professionals about contact and what's likely in terms of contact and and then you know protocols around the cleaning are are are followed in a in a in the case were facility could be reopened quickly that would mean it's because the employee had limited contact with with the other employees or work in a very small space okay it's not random is what you're saying that is not random now this week there is a conference call with some employees of the company I wanna play a clip from a woman named Jane a jump she works at a fulfillment center in Indiana here's what she said a lot of my fellow Amazonians are scared and stressed Amazon is one of the largest companies and get bicycles is one of the richest person in the planet it's outrageous and shocking that the only choice we have to take time off without pay or be exposed to the virus I hope that people really think about us before the order unnecessary I don't in nineteen eighty one I signed a contract with the navy that I would give my life I don't remember signing that with Amazon okay what do you say to her into other Amazon workers who say they are really scared right now well first of all every employee receives a full time employee receive the same benefits I do they receive paid time off as well as unpaid time off and if anyone is uncomfortable coming to work of course they should take the time off they have available to them the factors we've also not just as you've probably heard announcing we're hiring a hundred thousand additional workers around the country we've raised wages to a minimum of seventeen dollars an hour which is you know is well more than double the federal minimum wage and that's in response to the demand of our customers have who are you millions and millions of Americans around the country who need essential items like household goods or medical supplies in the workers we have two large are performing at a really doing important important work right now and people can't leave their homes to get out to a shop and getting those items to their doorstep and doing it to the wrong places safe is very important Jay Carney is Amazon's senior vice president of global corporate affairs Mister Carney thank you for your time thank you all this week we've been hearing the voices of doctors and nurses putting their health at great risk for some health care workers the frontline for the pandemic is a hospital or a clinic but for Dr Catherine crosswind it's the street housing health care homework now how much okay nineteen grandparents stark relief croslin directs homeless outreach development of unity health care in Washington DC her patients don't have homes to go to many of them live in tents others go to shelters where social distancing is really difficult the dormitory which letter can help at one hundred people in one single brown and Pete are living sleeping breathing extreme air sharing one bathroom and the rest for grad ET adding are tremendous Dr Crossley does her medical rounds outside where she practices what she calls street medicine health officials are telling people to stay home but obviously her patients can't do that your comparable to do that if you don't have a record here when she checks on her patience she carries a backpack that holds basic equipment she checks blood pressure and provides medication as well as doing that's what I'm asking exactly about her car insurance and branch if a person has to add of three of those corona virus symptoms then she refers them for testing what made arrangement or anybody who is identified as having concerns you go to a place where they can be Haskell and quarantine counters test results come back Clemson says most of her patients do know about the corona virus and they're worried about how to stay safe but without consistent housing that is tough and like every other communities some of crosswinds patients might be a symptomatic carrying the virus without knowing it we start rolling out universal tracking I would absolutely urge leaders in Washington DC if you prioritize people living in shelters and can't land and and jail he has incredible rescue first spread of this.

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"copd" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"copd" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Diagnosed with COPD at nineteen or showing signs may not leave their homes go to work or be in the other group settings anyone who violates the order could be subject to a citation from police due to the virus there will be a major change in the way Easter celebrated for Catholics across the area WGN's Kim Gordon has that the Chicago archdiocese announcing Palm Sunday and Holy Week liturgies will not be celebrated publicly and parishes even outside of that includes live stations of the cross on Good Friday the mass of the lord's supper without washing of the feet the liturgy of the lord's passion and the Easter vigil will be celebrated by cardinal stupid Jim bishops and holy name cathedral without a congregation that service will be live streamed no word yet on Easter mass Kim Gordon WGN news the state department could soon issue a new alert urging Americans not to travel abroad at the moment the department's advice to citizens is to quote reconsider and quote all international travel if the upgrade from the current level three alert to level four is approved it would have little practical impact because it's not mandatory and there are now limited transportation options for international travel earlier the president was asked about industries that might be in for government assistance will be helping the airline industry we will be helping the cruise ship industry we probably will be helping the hotel industry will probably be where where jobs are created you don't want to lose industries like this these are incredible industries you can't lose them oil has been hit particularly hard because of the lack of demand gas prices hit ninety nine cents a gallon at a gas station in Kentucky this morning the prices at the pump have been dropping significantly in the past few weeks Patrick DeHaan senior petroleum analyst with gasbuddy dot com he says the reason is the huge drop off in demand people just aren't driving really a sign of the deep distress our economy is currently facing the sea prices going so low so quickly says the oil and gas industries are in unchartered waters so if they're not for lying and they're not driving there apparently I staying at hotels either they're the first downtown hotels to close their doors because of the corona virus the park Hyatt will take new reservations until April thirtieth and the peninsula not taking any until further notice Hilton hotels maybe next Illinois hotel and lodging association told Crain's one hotel that is single guest check in yesterday another had a total of seven James Sears WGN news but you still have to eat in Chicago inno says GrubHub now lows that allows the contact free option at the checkout page it's an effort to provide options for users who prefer less contact with your delivery person users can select the delivery feature by checking a box on the confirmation page your money on WGN the Dow Jones industrial average up all hundred ninety one points the nasdaq up more to forty four and the S. and P. five hundred up twenty eight I'm Steve Burr trend on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN get.

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"copd" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

04:23 min | 1 year 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 AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"copd" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"She has a son has COPD she was seen by a pulmonologist at another super pooper scooper us brothers if you think I'm only talking about what I can tell there's plenty of them and well shot along Nigel and they tried to biopsy it and they missed and so our surgeons at this hospital wanted to cut out part of our long who's worked up in this big hospitals had a CT scan showed a big massive left apex it was sixteen millimeters as was new she also has long scarring she has emphysema she's on oxygen and the oxygen they wanna cut out part of our long what happens when you're on oxygen the color part of your long you need your long for breathing be less good so she had a biopsy was very suspicious pet scan was very suspicious she was told by her doctors who is ninety nine point nine percent sure it's cancer should in a regular D. was suspicious pulmonary functions well and by the way she's an ex smoker she quit ten years before but sad to say often the body remembers which is a great reason to stop smoking today or better yet never start this woman was using oxygen at home and was using oxygen even at rest his sister with breast cancer the father of prostate cancer I examined her shed some crackles in the long she's on oxygen she could barely move without oxygen get a pet scan pas that we spoke about all the options well she learned about radio surgery here her surgeons and tell her about radio surgery at that big hospital with million dollar income no a friend of radio listeners like you helped her understand that there are options and so often radio listeners like you intervene or not bash thrown at someone on the shoulder and say Hey you better go see a doctor leader but well that's what happened to this woman she learned about her work and she learned about her work years ago she came to us examined all records I talked about surgery shutting do about services he's already scheduled a part of our long removed and she could barely breathe as it was and she chose radiosurgery noninvasive treatment pinpoint treatment invisible beams attacking the cancer she was on the table just a few minutes there's no pain there's no suffering there's no cutting there's no chance to design a stage others all hospitals and we sent from thousands of angles beams to attack the cancer and that's we did in her yeah I saw her now in the cancer's gone and oxygen is gone when she got rid of the cancer the need for oxygen went away he is now active off of oxygen and with no cancer so she had several benefits she avoided that surgery which would most likely would have harmed her breathing because it would have taken up her along with she needed for breathing number two she was successfully treated with video search at this time the cancer's gone number three she's off oxygen even that exertion she's about exercising with no oxygen before she was using oxygen even at rest what a difference it has made for this woman sixty nine year old woman with a history of smoking and COPD you can because of the long mass and she just did not want to have that surgery she did not want to have invasion cutting bleeding hospital infections in anything else our social with hospitals as you know this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eighth street what about a woman who is ninety two years old she's whittled became other friends he had a lesion the squamous carcinoma honors Shen and she came she's ninety two from Yugoslavia and why do people come here with skin cancers of so many skin cancers is about three and a half three and a half million skin cancers a year in America so we think about it breast cancer is about a quarter million or prostate cancers two hundred thousand skin cancers is three and a half million and many people are sent for radical forming Moses MO H. as surgery and the shelters not much more scans would be a difficult surgery or deforming surgery and she just did not want that that's why she came here and we treat many people was squamous cells and basal cells and care taken thermal skin cancers with no cutting and no bleeding with something here her nose or mouth I live in our arms or legs or hands or feet or trunk like this woman this is the work that we do every day and if you call us for that body booklet you'll see plenty of examples of skin cancers before and after work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eighth street in the heart of New York City this is what we do every day what about a woman who comes to us with breast cancer she's fifty four she's from Jamaica he has two children with her brother about three years ago Shana right breast cancer she felt a lump and the well she had a mastectomy at one of the big hospitals and you know I often talk about it the big hospitals I came to New York ninety seven percent of women were getting mastectomies losing their breast where is my practice ninety percent of them were keeping their breasts in Georgia the women weren't different the mentality of the doctor was different in here we try to give women all the options will sad to say she had a mastectomy and the cancer came back right in the mastectomies site so why was that well mastectomy by itself is not such great treatment for her cancer came back in the right excel it was biopsy positive they want to do another radical surgery on her arm and she just didn't want that and she came to me after having a big mess and I saw her she had a big mass like the size of a golf ball and right arm pit member center Best Actor in the same side of the cancer came right back at the surgical site it often does that's why radiation for breast cancer is so important we could have the mass and now she is in remission with no cutting no bleeding though kimono surgery this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City what about a man who's here from Ghana West Africa he's sixty nine years old is the daughter of the family histories brother died of prostate cancer and.

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"copd" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"copd" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I have COPD and are currently on oxygen twenty four seven but I found one a increased my dose nine of the detainees and nine out there every day I found that the carried the day that I could take my active there no one for a while with no no consequences and my reading on I don't remember what you called it that you put on your statement please activate and eagerly went from ninety and ninety nine econ 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 ninety 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 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 was one of those who listen to you I listen to talk radio a lot I heard a little bit of Marshall and I think you know why it's worth the money at least try and I'm so happy that I hear six well I know that the balance of nature is 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 AT 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 take Rachel do you want to share with people that you're a real person I'm a real person and that thank you so much for creating that broader 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 and I think the proven science behind it peaked my interest I 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 this is the best speaks volumes don't wait to see what getting over ten servings.

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"copd" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:55 min | 1 year 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 KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"copd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eleven fifteen dish to sixteen. You've verse twelve twenty six fifteen and spectrum. Newsmax TV real news for real extra. Oh, yeah. Of course. All right. We get your personal references your resume. High school diploma or quivalent. Skip the drama. Get your diploma. Yes. It's right there. Great take that first towards a better future. Find free adult education classes at finishyourdiploma dot org. The human voice, it can be sweet as music. Cheerfulness left her. But for millions of peaking can also be COPD this serious. Lung disease can make it so hard to breathe. You often can't catch a breath or finish a sentence. Let alone carry a tune and many who have COPD don't even know it. That's where your voice comes in. If you think you are a loved one have symptoms talk with a healthcare provider early diagnosis can mean better treatments and quality of life. Join us in raising our voices for the millions with COPD who can't learn more at COPD, NHLBI dot NIH dot gov. Ever wonder about the Vietnam veterans who served our country. Probably the Vietnam.

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