22 Burst results for "Cowpox"

What's the State of Police Morale? With Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:29 min | 4 months ago

What's the State of Police Morale? With Tim Parrish of WeBackBlue

"Tim What's the state. So you worked as a uniformed office in the metropolitan police department in the nation's capital You have a an organization you work for which represents the leo community nationally. What is the state of morale amongst law enforcement is very low. It's very low. I mean We travel the nation talking to police. Officers sheriff's deputies federal law enforcement guys and right now they simply don't feel the support from politicians Which the communities are listening to their political leaders and that's driving the community to know armed. Support the police and so the guy's really all they have is each other right now. They don't have a community that they're serving. That supports them. They don't have policymakers who also have power of the purse and the ability to fund or de-fund police And so these guys don't feel supporting really all you have is each other And like i talked about earlier that drive to continue to keep people safe and they know what they're doing is honorable work and so that's all we have right now. They don't have a lot of Support that's why we started back blue. You know melissa. Who's the founder We did our first march I think two years ago now a while you're done you'll that new that new that new and we just had phenomenal impact. This this year during the inauguration. Funny story Police departments come from around the nation to support security through negotiation. And we heard through some of my friends who are still in the department that they weren't getting food. They were out there for twelve hours. Volunteers across from across the nation. Nations security inauguration. Nobody's getting. Nobody's getting fed. They weren't feeding. They had some some crazy thing where they weren't feeding so melissa and i got in her car. We caught up italian company and we said hey. Can we get food. We don't care what it costs. She wouldn't got italian. I wouldn't got chick-fil-a we took it down there much hundred dollars food and we fed officers on a good portion that were coming in. Now you add that to the lack of support from their feeling. The national guard guys being made to sleep in in the cowpox. Yeah absolutely so we went in and we said you know what we're going to meet the need so a lot of what we're doing right now around the country we're getting people in the community together to push back on this narrative and say no actually your community support. Your politicians might not be your community absolutely supports you. We appreciate the work you're doing and we recognize you. Put your life in the line every single day for us. So it's it's been incredible work

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Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

BrainStuff

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

"The vocal anti vaccination movement is fairly recent and was really kicked into gear in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight by a now discredited paper that appeared in the medical journal lancet which falsely linked vaccines with autism however vaccine. Hesitancy is as old as vaccines themselves. How stuff works also spoke with dr katherine edwards. The author of an american academy of pediatrics clinical report called countering vaccine hesitancy and she said this has been going on for centuries and pointed to a cartoon published back in eighteen o to the depicts people growing cow-like parts this was in response to edward jenner pioneering smallpox vaccine by using material from cowpox a medical historian by the name of elena kanas wrote in a twenty fifteen in the american historian that the first smallpox vaccine quote was met with enthusiasm but also dread while many patients and physicians were eager to fend off air as most feared diseases. Many others balked at the prospect of contaminating their healthy bodies with disease matter from an animal. And then when european countries began making smallpox vaccines mandatory. And the early eighteen. Hundreds she wrote that quote societies of anti vaccination assists formed to protest what they saw as unequal treatment and undue infringement of individual liberty. But they didn't get much traction. There was also little protest against the polio vaccine which was released in nineteen fifty four to wild enthusiasm in america according to conus she wrote parents so dreaded polio that they were quick to seek the vaccine for their children and course of politics never became necessary but as the decades went on american parents. Were not so excited about vaccinations for measles mumps and other diseases. She noted perhaps because people were used to living with these diseases.

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"cowpox" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:03 min | 7 months ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Eleven william stiched. Kim was a fellow servant with nichols at mr brokerages farm. At the time the castle had the cowpox and he was unfortunately infected by them. His left hand was very severely. Affected with several corroding ulcers and chuma of considerable size appeared in the acceler of that side. His right hand had only one small saw opponents and no chuma discovered itself in the corresponding acceler in the seventeen ninety two stints. Kim was inoculated with the matter with no consequences ensued beyond a little inflammation in the arm for a few days. A large party ruined. Knock you liked at the same time. Some of whom had the disease in a more violent degree than is commonly seen from inoculation he purposely associated with them but could not receive the smallpox during the sickening of some of his companions their symptoms so strongly recalled to his mind his own state when sick with the cowpox that he very pertinently remarked they're striking similarity case. Twelve the porpoise of the village of torch worth in this county. We're inoculated by mr henry. Janna surgeon of buckley in the year. Seventeen ninety five among them. Eight patients presented themselves who had different periods of their lives. Had the cowpox. One of them has to walk. Louis i've tended with that disease when she lived in the service of pharma in the same village in the year. Seventeen eighty two but neither this woman nor any other of the patients who had gone through the cowpox received the variety infection. Either from the arm or from mixing in the society of the patients who were inoculated at the same time a- this state of security proved a fortunate circumstance as many of the poll. Women were same time in the state of pregnancy..

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The Alice Springs Plane Graveyard

AFF on AIR Podcast

02:23 min | 9 months ago

The Alice Springs Plane Graveyard

"When international travel ground to a halt last march. Many aliens left wondering where to park all of the grounded planes. There's only so much space at international airports and some climates and environments really on good places for long term storage. Although many airports around the world became temporary cowpox the need for longer-term across storage became a business opportunity. Facility facilities like azure pacific storage or a pass for short which is based in alice springs. Right in the middle of australia's red center as it happens. The hot dry and not very humid desert. Climate of alice springs makes it ideal for long term aircraft storage and the runway at alice. Springs is also long enough to be able to handle airbus a three hundred twenty four hours a day making that airport an ideal location if you have to park your plane somewhere. A pass was initially founded in two thousand and fourteen At the beginning of two thousand and twenty were around thirty planes stored there. Many of them were boeing seven. Three seven maxes which had of course been grounded since march two thousand and nineteen before covid nineteen it was a relatively small facility which was close to breaking even according to an article in the financial times back in january two thousand and twenty and the owners were at the time considering expanding the facility said that it can store up to seventy planes at a time today there are over one hundred and fifty aircraft stored right beside alice springs airport at the apex facility and it still growing the facility could eventually be expanded to store up to two hundred and fifty planes. I recently visited alice. Springs in the sheer scale of all the planes parked next to that. Airport is simply mind-blowing. They are rows of grounded planes lined up for several kilometers. If you haven't seen pictures yet feel free to google. It and i've also posted a couple of my pictures in the article on af. That's linked to this podcast episode. What are those planes wearing. Also wide bodies Which of course you know. The international long haul flights have been probably the most affected by the pandemic so that makes sense and i expect that probably a majority of cathay pacific's global wide body fleet is currently in alice springs. There was so many cat. Abc planes that's only the start of it. There are literally billions and billions of dollars worth of aircraft is sitting there on the ground. Alice springs.

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"cowpox" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"cowpox" Discussed on KPCC

"James aside again at this time, he exposed him to actual fresh smallpox matter and James Didn't get sick. It worked. Edward exposed James to smallpox more than 20 times, and he never got sick. James was immune to smallpox. Just going to state the obvious here. Testing live viruses on an eight year old kid breaks about 1000 at the gold rules, but it went down in history as the first official scientifically documented. Vaccination. And today we know why Edwards experiments worked. Here's a quick recap from biology class. Since cowpox and smallpox belong to the same family. Once James was infected with cowpox, his body was able to develop the defenses to kick it. And then once he was exposed to smallpox. Those same defenses were able to say Oh, hey, yeah, we recognize this and nip it in the bud. So here's where we get the word vaccine. Edward wrote up his findings in a report called an enquiry into the causes and effects of the very oli vaccine E in Latin. Very only means possibles and vaccine E means essentially something that comes from a cow. So very oli vaccine E basically means Cal pustules. Or cowpox..

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"cowpox" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"cowpox" Discussed on KPCC

"Obviously giving yourself smallpox on purpose was kind of dangerous. It didn't always work. People still died. It was also sort of gross. Right. It was the best that people had. Until Edward Jenner comes along. The story goes that one fine day Edward overheard a milkmaid proudly declare. I shall never have smallpox for I have had Cowpox. I shall never have an ugly, pockmarked face. Her words were ringing and Edwards ears years later when he decided to test this milkmaids theory that if you had cowpox, you wouldn't get smallpox. No, the milkmaid story. It's probably apocryphal. But it is true that Edward didn't just come up with this brilliant scheme by himself. There was also a farmer named Benjamin. Just e. Who definitely tested this out before Edward. We think that Edward probably just heard about this theory from locals who worked with cows and their everyday lives. But in any case, there was a definite logic to this idea. Smallpox and cowpox are part of the same viral family. The two diseases just manifest differently. Obviously, we know smallpox was serious. Cowpox, on the other hand, wasn't so bad. You usually just got kind of gross, but ultimately mild source. So if this worked if you actually could use cowpox to prevent smallpox This was the answer. So for 30 years. That was the idea that was turning around and simmering in the bag of Edward's brain. And in 17 96. He finally decided to test it out. The experiment was simple. Edward Dina, just two things. A fresh sample of cowpox. And the test subject. The cowpox sample easy enough. Edward knew a young woman who lived nearby. Her name was Sarah Nelms, and she had a favorite cow. She was brown and white and her name was blossom. Thanks to blossom. Sarah just so happened to have a fresh cowpox sore on her hand. The test subject was a little more complicated. Edward chose an eight year old boy named James Phipps. James was the son of Edward's Gardner. And this is not totally.

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"cowpox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 11 months ago

"cowpox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And this is not totally clear whether He did it as a favor. Or maybe the gardener just felt like he couldn't say no to his boss. But Somehow, James wound up sitting in a room with Edward and Sarah. Edward Scratched open James's skin, scrape some fresh material from the cowpox elation on Sarah's hand, courtesy of Blossom. And he rubbed it into James's cuts. James got a mild fever. He was kind of uncomfortable. He lost his appetite. But then he got better, pretty much standard fare for a case of cowpox. But then came the real test. About a month later, Edward took James aside again. This time he exposed him to actual fresh smallpox matter, and James didn't get sick. It worked. Edward exposed James to smallpox more than 20 times, and he never got sick. James was immune to smallpox. Just going to state the obvious here, testing live viruses on an eight year old kid. Breaks about 1000 at the goal rules. But it went down in history as the first official scientifically documented vaccination. And today we know why Edwards experiments worked. Here's a quick recap from biology class. Since cowpox and smallpox belonged to the same family. Once James was infected with cowpox, his body was able to develop the defenses to kick it. And then once he was exposed to smallpox. Those same defenses were able to say Oh, hey, yeah, we recognize this and nip it in the bud. So here's where we get the word vaccine. Edward wrote up his findings in a report called an enquiry into the causes and effects of the very oli vaccine E in Latin. Very only means hostels and vaccine E means essentially something that comes from a cow. So very oli vaccine E basically means Cal pistols. Or cowpox. And for a long time, the word vaccine was you specifically to talk about using cowpox to prevent smallpox. It wasn't until almost 100 years later that it came to me and more. And it was thanks to Louis pasture. He was a really big fan of Edwards, and he wanted to kind of honor him. So when Pastor created the Rabies vaccine, he suggested that we start using the word vaccination to me. Any time we inoculate against any infection, just like we used the word today. Smallpox was eradicated in 1980 about 200 years after Edward sat down with James Phipps. We went from this disease that killed so many people. To something that's just gone. Kaput. And that's not.

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"cowpox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"cowpox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And this is not totally clear whether he did it as a favor. Or maybe the gardener just felt like he couldn't say no to his boss. But somehow James wound up sitting in a room with Edward and Sarah. Yeah. Edward Scratched open. James's skin, scrape some fresh material from the cowpox elation on Sarah's hand, courtesy of blossom, and he rubbed it into James's cuts. James got a mild fever. He was kind of uncomfortable. He lost his appetite. But then he got better, pretty much standard fare for a case of cowpox. But then came the real test. About a month later, Edward took James aside again. This time he exposed him to actual fresh smallpox matter, and James didn't get sick. It worked. Edward exposed James to smallpox more than 20 times, and he never got sick. James was immune to smallpox. Just going to state the obvious here. Testing live viruses on an eight year old kid breaks about 1000 ethical rules, but it went down in history as the first official scientifically documented. Vaccination. And today we know why Edwards experiments worked. Here's a quick recap from biology class. Since cowpox and smallpox belonged to the same family. Once James was infected with cowpox, his body was able to develop the defenses to kick it. And then once he was exposed to smallpox. Those same defenses were able to say Oh, hey, yeah, we recognize this and nip it in the bud. So here's where we get the word vaccine. Edward wrote up his findings in a report called an enquiry into the causes and effects of the very oli vaccine E in Latin. Very only means hostels and.

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"cowpox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"cowpox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was an entirely new way of looking at the problem say through the eyes of a cow or a milkmaid, right? So there's this kind of scary, inexpensive way to protect yourself from smallpox, and it might have stayed that way if it weren't for this one strange coincidence. It's the late 17 hundreds world, England and dairy farmers and milk maids have been noticing that cows with sometimes get thes puss trolls on their utters That kind of looked like smallpox. So these cows have, like puss balls on their utters. Let's call them pox pox sounds horrible. They're like puss bumps like like smart like pimples. Pimples. It was Cal Pop. But this so called cowpox was much milder. The cows didn't die from it. House didn't die from cowpox and milkmaid. So you know, touch thes cowpox. They sometimes got Cal pox on their hands from milking the cows. It was kind of this old wives tale type thing, but people notice that milk maids who got cowpox. Wouldn't get smallpox when an outbreak came around. So people were like, get me near a cowpox cow like this one farmer Benjamin Jest E. He was known for. Shoving a little cow puss into humans. Really smart, right? I mean, people. New people already knew that if you worked with cows and acquired cowpox, you would be immune to small packs. So why not try to do it ourselves? I wouldn't have survived in the early days. I already know I'm not experimental enough human bodies don't love having little bits of cow anything in them. So there were these negative reactions. People almost lost limbs over that. Here's where we meet the protagonist of our story. Edward Jenner coming in a little late to the story for a protagonist, but we're going to go with it. Edward Jenner was a physician in England. He went to all the good schools, but he was from a rural town and general was like you guys were having these negative reactions because Cal pox Puss is going straight from a cow. Into a human He has the idea to cake cowpox pus from a milkmaid who got cowpox from milking cows. He's like we're going to do a human to human transfers Cowpox, but he takes it from a human host. From a human host. Okay, so the milkmaid has some cow puts on her. Her name is Sarah Nelms. Oh, we know her name. Sarah. Now, Sarah Nelms. So in 17 96. He takes some cowpox puss from Sarah Nelms from her hand, a milkmaid Milk maid. And he scrapes it onto a kn eight year old boy in the neighborhood named James Phipps. I think he was the gardener's son. So very, very clinical experiment. Also not particularly ethical, Just like Give me armed James, the gardener's son. Here's a milkmaid bus. And then about two months later, he exposed the kid too fresh. Smallpox and the kid didn't get smallpox. It worked. This was huge, and it was super safe because you can't really die from cowpox. It's a mild disease, and the cowpox made the boy immune to smallpox, which you can die of. So Jenner publishes a paper and he coins the name variola Vaccine. A for the Latin word for cow, which is Vacca and his inoculation process. He calls vaccination, So that's where we get vaccine. Yes. Maka Kau vaccine a vaccine so good and now we call all vaccines, vaccines even if they have nothing to do with cows because of Edward Jenner. His vaccine is the one that took off and it spread around the whole world. So the formula did evolve as the science got better now, even back then there were some early anti Vaxxers people thought that injecting the cow virus from a milkmaid would like contaminate you and make cow parts grow out of your body or something like that. It didn't And the last person on earth to get smallpox naturally, was in Somalia in 1977. They were quarantined and in 1980, the world Health.

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"cowpox" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Coronacast

"So Norman, , let's take a trip back in time today eight to a previous pandemic nine, , the Spanish flu none of the plague. . Let's talk about smallpox and you think that there's some things we can learn from smallpox to help us with covid. . Nineteen Year? ? What do you think smallpox covid nineteen have in common that's the question hopefully eradication but probably not let's be real. . Well, , I don't think we'll ever eradicate unfortunately covid nineteen but that would be very nice. . So rather than leave you in agony, , it's cold variation now before Jenner. . Edward. . Jenner person who's the same name as the institute that developed the Oxford vaccine by the way so. . Just, these , things come under circles could develop the found out that the infection in dairy maids caught cowpox protected against smallpox before that happened in new developed that smallpox vaccination the way to actually protect against smallpox was to give a small does of smallpox particularly to children incredibly dangerous and what they would sometimes do get smallpox scabs and puff them up the nose sometimes they was scratch. . It into the skin and the ideal would be go to small attack smallpox maybe one or two pox on their skin, , and then they were immune for evermore. . In fact, , it's thought that the epidemic that killed aboriginal people are unsettling harbor just after the first fleet arrived might have been through the accidental or maybe even delivered vaccination of variation using smallpox the link is hypothesized by a recent. . Paper in the New England Journal is that maybe You could get significant protection against the nineteen from a small dose of Covid nineteen just as you did with smallpox and this process called variation can be for second. . Isn't that kind of what vaccine does? ? Yes. . Does but much more safely. . The. . Dangerous things you're giving the live virus you'll give you the live smallpox virus and some children have died from variation and if you gave the live covid nineteen, , sure you're going to be immune who knows how long for but you could die of the covid nineteen. . So the idea and immunization is that you make that process safe either by doing what they're doing at the moment covid nineteen and using recombinant DNA, , which is just the genetic material not. . Really a long way divorced from the virus. . There is a Chinese vaccine which uses an activated form of the virus, , but the idea here is that is not endangering somebody's life by giving them the live Iris.

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The crazy theory that masks are building up our coronavirus immunity

Coronacast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

The crazy theory that masks are building up our coronavirus immunity

"So Norman, let's take a trip back in time today eight to a previous pandemic nine, the Spanish flu none of the plague. Let's talk about smallpox and you think that there's some things we can learn from smallpox to help us with covid. Nineteen Year? What do you think smallpox covid nineteen have in common that's the question hopefully eradication but probably not let's be real. Well, I don't think we'll ever eradicate unfortunately covid nineteen but that would be very nice. So rather than leave you in agony, it's cold variation now before Jenner. Edward. Jenner person who's the same name as the institute that developed the Oxford vaccine by the way so. Just, these things come under circles could develop the found out that the infection in dairy maids caught cowpox protected against smallpox before that happened in new developed that smallpox vaccination the way to actually protect against smallpox was to give a small does of smallpox particularly to children incredibly dangerous and what they would sometimes do get smallpox scabs and puff them up the nose sometimes they was scratch. It into the skin and the ideal would be go to small attack smallpox maybe one or two pox on their skin, and then they were immune for evermore. In fact, it's thought that the epidemic that killed aboriginal people are unsettling harbor just after the first fleet arrived might have been through the accidental or maybe even delivered vaccination of variation using smallpox the link is hypothesized by a recent. Paper in the New England Journal is that maybe You could get significant protection against the nineteen from a small dose of Covid nineteen just as you did with smallpox and this process called variation can be for second. Isn't that kind of what vaccine does? Yes. Does but much more safely. The. Dangerous things you're giving the live virus you'll give you the live smallpox virus and some children have died from variation and if you gave the live covid nineteen, sure you're going to be immune who knows how long for but you could die of the covid nineteen. So the idea and immunization is that you make that process safe either by doing what they're doing at the moment covid nineteen and using recombinant DNA, which is just the genetic material not. Really a long way divorced from the virus. There is a Chinese vaccine which uses an activated form of the virus, but the idea here is that is not endangering somebody's life by giving them the live Iris.

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"cowpox" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

25:47 min | 1 year ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"These. Of Drugs that. Selectively it. Turned out inhibited this this memorize. And then we made many more of them, because that one was so successful, but it wasn't enough. and it's been a a a huge successful story of chemical synthesis. Of inhibitors of Transcriptase and some other proteins of the virus. That's enabled us to control HIV into. Control AIDS and maybe let's be good now to be clear for the non experts, there are different ways of fighting against these viruses. So there's you know the drug treatments that you're talking about, but also vaccines which are different things, different beasts. That's right, so the vaccines are way of stimulating our immune system. So that it will fight against the virus and That's a very different process than. Chemically. interfering with growth of a virus. As as you were saying so vaccines are totally different beast. Yeah, right? The drugs that you mentioned are literally just chemicals that go in there and get in the way. Is that correct right, but the vaccines are much toddler. Right so. What we do is is to make something that looks to the immune system like a virus. But doesn't cause disease. And then we give that to people. And people react to it by making antibodies. Against the virus. because. The immune system thinks had seen a virus. And then if we get a real virus infection. The system was all set up and ready to go. And it a reacts much faster than if it hadn't seen. The surrogate virus. The Vaccine and It reacts so fast the generally we don't even know. That a virus has ended our bodies. At it gets rid of them. And we're fine. What is the trick and designing such vaccine? Is it making sure that the right antibodies are created well? Yes, but we were making vaccines before we knew about antibodies so Jenner made. The first vaccines are disturbed the first vaccines. And that was cowpox injected into humans. So that Human, would Think they'd seen smallpox. But. In fact, they'd seen something much less dangerous than smallpox. But Immune System, now was all prepared to fight off small box. And.

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"cowpox" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Planet Money

"Week on through line, how police forces developed in the north and the south in the nineteenth century, and expanded their power in the twentieth century through lot from NPR, the podcast where we go back in time to understand the present. All right, so there's this kind of scary inexpensive way to protect yourself from smallpox, and it might have stayed that way if it weren't for this one strange coincidence, it's the late seventeen hundreds world, England and dairy farmers and milkmaids had been noticing that cows with sometimes get these pus rules on their others. That kinda looked like smallpox, so these cows have like pus balls on their utters. Let's call them pox pox. hus- ball sound horrible. But they're like pus. Like Small Pike. pimples yeah pimples. It was Kalpa this so-called cowpox was much milder. The cows didn't die from it. Cows did die from cowpox and Milkmaids, so you know touch these cowpox, the sometimes cowpox on their hands from milking the cows, and it was kind of this old wives, tale type thing, but. Notice that milkmaids who got cowpox wouldn't get smallpox when an outbreak came around, so people were like. Get me near a cowpox cow like this one farmer Benjamin Jesse he was known for Shelvin, a little cow pus into humans, really smart right. I mean people new. People already knew that. If you worked with cows and acquired cowpox, you would be immune to smallpox. So why not try to do it? Ourselves I wouldn't have survived in the early days I I. Already know I'm not experimental enough. Human bodies don't love having little bits of cow anything in them, so there were.

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"cowpox" Discussed on SWU Soul Stories

SWU Soul Stories

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"cowpox" Discussed on SWU Soul Stories

"That are ready. The Colonel Virus Right now you know and so, what's The cry? Virus gets into your body very first time he has to go refine those few. That are floating around, and then you're gonNA. Fire Him into lots lots lots of them. There are GonNa be on antibiotics. Go find it off right and that process takes while these out. But then after you've made lots lots of after, you've seen it. The first time they hang around has numerous sales so now time you see it instead of trying to find a handful of sales you're now looking for. The needle in a haystack. You're a stash. You're able to find faster and a have a better a body. They're gonNA. Find it even better. So. So how do they I mean oh my goodness. First of all like it's really awesome. Light and see you like really get excited about talk. Just makes my heart happy. And it's. No Yeah you can, you can hear it in your voice like means. You're passionate and all of this so. Having said all that okay, we know. Of Tell us how our spaces in ourselves in our bodies so? These people couple months ago, oh my goodness we got we got a new car. We got a new corona virus that we haven't seen before. We gotta make vaccine. What's like the first meeting with her sitting around the table? What does that look like? It was the process. So To answer that question. Let's talk a little bit about the different types of accedes gonNA feed instruction. And, so there's there's lots of different ways that we can do is back seen. On the very very very earliest worms. were, smallpox was Ursula Jenner. So we'd smallpox, a knew that. If if you get cowpox people who were exposed to cowpox the MILKMAIDS, thanks, they didn't get smallpox or out of very very beacon for smallpox because at at being Sosa cowpox train their bodies, so they'll be able to a smallpox and some. They were giving Oh cowpox. Intensively enacting new account box, so they wouldn't get smallpox, so that is like the earliest form of vaccination, nothing super fancy nothing to requiring a lot of technology is just figuring out what works for the certain in a virus or bacteria in the. we can also take. The virus, so one strategy is to take a curling virus image which I mean. We go into technicalities about whether viruses living. You're not, it's not. But we're we're inactivating. It cannot act. And so then you're putting that whole virus into your body so that your body can see it and then be prepared, but it can't actually. Do you think And then wore modern things. We tend Jalen we can instead of exposing you to the entire virus. We can take bits and pieces of the virus, and then show it to your body. This is just getting to answer your question. Promise you fung. So. We just want your body to see enough of the virus addiction even recognize it, and then become educated rightfully so if we didn't do that without exposing it to the real virus as even safer right because then. You're less likely to get sick. Right so we can expose you instead to things that are sitting on the outside of Iris, so a virus is nucleic acids, so DNA are the middle that surrounded by a protein coat on the outside, so we can show you that protein code without anything else, and your body made..

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"cowpox" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"cowpox" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I think the genesis communications network from because your weapon big thanks to Jason and Daniel Daniel for work in the diagonals thinking Z. over did it and we really do appreciate it don't forget to follow us on Twitter at Dr Dahlia and on Facebook the doctor Dolly is shown just a little bit history health line does a nice little table here of the most dangerous epidemics in U. S. history taking this look back at some things to perspective okay in sixteen thirty three sixteen thirty four we had small pox and smallpox came to North America in the sixteen hundreds as you came and you know and we're not blaming the Europeans okay we like Europeans most of us have European blood all right dispatch obviously a lot of us came here from the Europeans some of us were here natively and so whenever you introduce a new micro biomes and new bacteria viruses things are gonna happen so people had fever chills back pain rashes fortunately this wiped out thousands there were entire native American tribes we've been told why tell completely killing seventy percent of the native population it wasn't their fault they were just here the new comers came in in seventeen twenty one eight hundred forty four of the fifty eight hundred Bostonians who had small pox died from it so that is a pretty high high mortality rate so Edward Jenner develop the vaccine from cowpox in seventeen seventy so basically help the body becoming into smallpox without causing the disease so using cowpox helped people make it easy to smallpox then there was a huge vaccination they should have in nineteen seventy two add a bunch of us have those marks on our shoulder from getting smallpox vaccines I believe but this was in the sixties and seventies by seventy two smallpox was I believe gone from the United States and we don't even vaccinate for anymore in seventeen ninety three the yellow fever payment yellow fever came from the Caribbean people refugees from what was going on the Caribbean during the seventeen hundreds bright yellow fever that's where you get jaundiced so the skin looks yellow either fever you vomiting blood some five thousand people died seventeen thousand had to flee Philadelphia and because it was the nation's capital pretty busy port so that a vaccine was developed license in nineteen fifty three and now if you drop the high risk areas you get a yellow fever vaccine musket is seen just random we have been controlling yellow fever but there is no cure it's still out there now cholera cholera came out what color is been around for a while but eighteen thirty to eighteen sixty six we had a cholera epidemic six Americans died per day during the outbreak and by eighteen ninety six we had a a doctor Cole a German scientist about the cholera vaccine we still see cholera Africa Haiti Southeast Asia Mexico will still see pandemics in America it it it originated in India and then the first to feel the impact in the eighteen hundreds so we don't know what ended maybe was climate change we're not sure but the last outbreak of cholera which causes horrible diarrhea and and dehydration and death ended in about nineteen eleven so now we give antibiotics for it we might supplement was saying get your hydration the fever eighteen fifty eight we have an epidemic they think ninety five percent of people got scarlet fever with kids like strep throat and fever sore throat rash and we really don't have a vaccine to prevent strep throat right now what we do is we give antibiotics an anti for a merry typhoid Mary that was in nineteen oh six to nineteen oh seven that was an epidemic one of the biggest and it broke out between nineteen oh six in nineteen oh seven in New York now typhoid Mary refers to Mary Mallon the court's helpline she apparently spread the virus two hundred twenty two New Yorkers while she was cooking on a stage and at a hospital unit five of those under twenty two new Yorkers passed away from the virus ten thousand people passed away the from typhoid fever from what we understand I'm not exactly sure total numbers since then but medical testing showed that she was a healthy carrier now typhoid causes sickness these red spots on the chest and abdomen and again we treat with antibiotics but she was a carrier none of the people sick which is why she's referred to as typhoid Mary we do have a vaccine antibiotic obviously came out in the nineteen forties you can get it through effective people food water etcetera so if you don't wash your hands that's what happened by nineteen eighty we have a Spanish what we talked about this this is a virus that didn't really come from Spain this was already around the globe and we noticed he came into ports in America after World War one ended now with this virus for the Spanish flu later came back as the Asian flu in the fifties well now what's he with V. nineteen eighteen I believe we lost about a hundred thousand people there were parades things close down shut down so they didn't do social distance scene and have people wear masks they did not to the degree that we did and now we don't believe the economy crashed because again it was after World War one so things you know started to pick up for the roaring twenties but unfortunately we're being told that this might eventually spawned the rise of Nazism that's an interesting story we'll talk about later we had to from nineteen twenty one to nineteen twenty five this call is a swelling of the mucous membranes throw can hurt your breathing swallowing and then a bacterial toxin could get into your system and cause heart damage to nerves damage so we had a vaccine by the twenties and then by the mid twenties and so cases started to drop now the majority of us get our debate yeah shot with our attendance and our processes they generally had polio polio started out roughly in about nineteen sixteen and we would see thousands die or if they didn't die they would get Alice's kids would go to bed give their moms and dads whose he's good night the wake up not being able to walk the next day so Jonas Salk had developed a vaccine by nineteen sixty two the average number of cases dropped from like fifty seven thousand nine hundred ten the CDC says the U. S. has been polio free since nineteen seventy nine now we have the Asian Sloan fifty seven we had these info was similar to the to the Spanish flu and then we had the Hong Kong flu Hong Kong flu was in nineteen sixty eight killed about a hundred thousand Americans as well but we found that some people who got the Asian flu seem to be protected against them the Hong Kong for the king ten years later yeah somebody had asked me do we get a pandemic every ten years so well it's hard to say because it's not it's hard to say because we we get it before every year and to me that's a flu pandemic but as you see as we're going through the time line whether it's typhus the weather in the area where the rates Asian flow whether it's all called blue whether it's Spanish flu it looks like every decade or so some hits us now came out again eighty one to ninety one measles causes fever runny nose cough red eyes sore throat right we start to see a bunch of cases returned so even though we had a vaccine back from nineteen sixty three then this decade of the eighties they decided you know what let's give you a booster that's right now kids have blisters then we had other measles outbreaks even in those who were vaccinated and never think it would be like a third booster then in nineteen ninety three that was contaminated water in Milwaukee there early there was a cryptosporidium outbreak in nineteen ninety three D. hydration fever cramps four hundred thousand people got sick a hundred people died this is the largest water board outbreak in U. S. history so we have to provoke a filtration etcetera and cryptosporidium.

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"cowpox" Discussed on Tax Yak

Tax Yak

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Tax Yak

"Everybody off the streets. The animals are coming back at night so it started off coming out of the city on the various parks and now there's reports of mountain minds that are string down you know because there's no one out then they go to where the easy food is up. Yeah and smog and everything else. So people are seeing stars to share a story with you that I had. I deal with a fellow. Who's a an advisory in Dubai and the UAE? And he was telling me about a story where family had listed. Ya on a holiday. A brief holiday and I believe starting patriots. The what had happened was troubled across to a mom and didn't have my boyfriend coverage although were there and so the UA in the meantime head closets borders and they went to wear this so they lift him on to drive back into the Ya and there is apparently about a two hundred major cowpox that sits between the two countries borders so that exit the UA sitting in this cowpox and then went to into the UAE. And the said you can't come in so they did a u-turn wetback to a man who says you can't come back in either stuck on the carport is stuck in the cock visit every a five but can't get into the country and I said look I get. They've got shelter. I can be in the combat I said. What are they doing the things I see a movie with Tom? Hanks.

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In Times Of Crisis You Need To Flirt With Stupid

Trent365

01:16 min | 1 year ago

In Times Of Crisis You Need To Flirt With Stupid

"Welcome to Danine of the lockdown here in Malaysia. I am just in a compaq now. Pretty Empty cowpox waiting for the doors to open so I can get into the supermarket. Try to local supermarket and That was just a little bit so moving onto the big shopping mall hoping that that might be a little more under control and I got a great comment from mine. Only Dean Cobaine Hollandsworth yesterday and it was a discussion. We were having about what the new tomorrow is for. Spas and for hotels in general for the industry in general for for the economy in general and one of the comments he made which I thought was fantastic is that maybe it's time to flirt with stupid. And what he's really saying. Is that the idea that once upon a time were considered streaker. That would have been laughed out of boardrooms and and executive offices. Maybe now just might be. Those ideas want fly and something touched on a few days ago but I do love that terminology flood with stupid so I think as we're preparing for the other side of this thing. Start thinking about all the crazy ideas you could possibly imagine for your business and things that might maybe once upon a time the same stupid maybe right now is the time that those ideas might just get through.

"cowpox" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds

Bob Graham Sounds

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Bob Graham Sounds

"In front of me talk to myself and cold Midland River called you and then and then cold and talking lack of questioning one of the trump and his interest of that done slaughtered. Mike and Giles whiting enthralled cowed with coffee. Three no twenty three in the morning and made my way down just arrived fell cal cowpox to be greeted by another team wouldn't have said to his Anyway we can see some lights bobbing down the hill. So half to two thirds full moon on. It's very still night still Dr but you can see over to the east hits already. Brightening up We should be pretty much in full sunlight as we get itself. I even remember to think of Jalen's advice usually hips find. Web ahead slimmed.

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"cowpox" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Kennedy Printer breaks through Kevin. Second goal for him. What a paycheck? It was still waiting to bring on Saka city take advantage. Here's Brian on Monday's briefing. If we can't call out the detention Russian of over a million people for their religion in China I in places like chin-jang and and the weaker Muslim minority if we can't back for example example the Hong Kong protests in favor of democracy as the NBA General Manager of the Houston Rockets did and faced huge backlash. What's the point? I mean this is what we're this is what our country's these are supposed to stand for. Globally we learned that the parliament of King Is. Stan is presently debating a bill which would criminalize any and all disrespect of a particular variety royalty of hat the locally. Traditional tit for in question is called the cow pack and is made from felt and usually white with black trim and motifs. The cowpox protection is being considered by kid is lawmakers in the context of the country's ongoing attempts to come to terms with a scandal which erupted in two thousand in seventeen when a photograph circulated online of cal PAC being worn by a dog in Bishkek and we learned this because the CAL PAC is among the items enshrined on UNESCO's latest intangible cultural heritage list this May of course result in an onerous surge in demand for Kingston's sounds already frantic CAPAC makers indeed who wants to be a milliner Christmas to you as well on which subject we learned and the estimable Christmas market. ZOG GRA will not be permitted to extend its three year reign as the best Christmas market in Europe as voted for by the kind kind of people who vote for this kind of thing here is Monaco's Balkans correspondent Guy De launay reporting with appropriate gravity at stock ALDs with his silly jumper with snowmen on it on this egregious swatting of democracy on Thursdays briefing and to give you an example of how important that says. This isn't just saying yeah. We've got more lights than you have. This is we're attracting more visitors than you are so last year for example as Zagreb registered an increase of ten percent in the numbers of arrivals and fifteen percent in overnight stays the tourist board says the hundred. Twenty two thousand arrivals and two hundred thirty one thousand overnight stays. It's the biggest tourist event of the year in Zaid grab and of course you know in some places tourism season especially in Croatia. Where much of it is focused around the coast December's is fairly quiet. That time of year Zagreb's done very well making sure that people are still coming to Croatia. Even when the the sun is very far away in the C- isn't really what you want to be diving into and we learned and any dreams as might have been entertained by the non existent citizens of the imagination. Of what Kinda of a beneficial trade deal with the United States have been shattered and it was noted that were candor and invention of Marvel. Comics whom of Black Panther was included as a placeholder joke on the tariff tracker on the website of the US Department of Agriculture. We're Kinda has now been removed which does at least reduce the chances of Donald Trump ordering airstrikes against it with that. Very possibly shortly regrettable tempting fate for monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew Maloney Monaco Rolex. Bring you the pioneers. For the founder of Rolex hands will stove the world was like a living laboratory. He began to use it as a testing ground for watches from the nine hundred. Thirty s sending them to the most extreme locations supporting explorers who ventured into the unknown but the.

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"cowpox" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"It was also cut into food supply. And if the diseases cross into humans could kill everyone. Cowpox or mad cow pox came from all of the purpose. Big bad diseases all cross to humans from livestock, which is our diseases killed people in the Americas. Isn't he Ed evolved to defend against that? They're yeah. Can we go warfare? We're so good at it. The Halen locus would destroy all the crops. Yeah. Hale is doing out of your carriage. Oh, yeah. Hail is still a huge concern. Around cutting time, prolonged darkness is also would be evidence of volcanic activity that could threaten crops if it's dark enough dark long enough. It will definitely affect the crops. Right. And I think venomous creatures in the dead babies is pretty obvious as though that's bad. But any of these plagues by themselves could cause the collapse of civilization. Oh, yeah. I mean by definition, that's what plagues are literally overkill it is overkill overkill. It's a plague is something bad that happens. It can destroy society. The biblical plagues is Egypt would not exist after going through that many plagues, I know you throughout the volcano. But that's a theory. That's out there, isn't that a lot of these are the Retailing's of volcanic activity in the area. And then it's just put it in a different order. Right. Well, like you've got the in the eighteen hundreds. There was the year without a summer. Which was one of the inspirations for creating the New York subway system when there was a blizzard on the fourth of July shut down the city allow people starved because it was snowing all summer long there weren't crops that year. Yeah. That was in the eighteen hundreds. You've got the the bubonic plague that wiped out a third of Europe's population the diseases brought to the new world killing ninety percent of the population of the indigenous peoples the potato famine most famous for Ireland, but it hit all of Europe where Ireland just had the most potato heavy diet. Yeah. And if you read any pioneer story, you're gonna get stories of locus blacking out the sky, stripping the fields bear, right? And the people having to move on or they'll die. That's also. Because that's part of the a locus a natural life cycle that just is like this catos, there's Mormon crickets crickets. Oh my gosh. Man. When those things come out in the summer, and you're you're driving down that like desert road mad. They starts discuss you slide. Yeah. Think they're ugly. So these plagues. You know, these are all of the scariest things that an ancient person would think about right. So perfect for storyteller right into this are the most worst terrible things. Yeah. Which will segue. Nicely into our first news story. The holiest site in Islam is being plagued by swarms of locus now currently yes, thirty thousand black grasshoppers to be precise. Wow. And I predict that Christians will call this God's judgement on Islam. Iran will call it. God's judgment on Saudi Arabia and Sunni Muslims. We'll call it insect migration. Yeah. It's insect migration. Right. Yeah..

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"cowpox" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

Atheist Nomads

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"cowpox" Discussed on Atheist Nomads

"So it's not like, you know, you could just blame could have just been some. Anything? Became pharaoh was by being a son of the previous Farrow who married his daughter. Of the your wife. Yeah. It was only half brother half sister. I mean. However, you said his name Oxycontin. Yes. Exactly goodman. Yeah. Didn't marry a sister. Yes. They all did. Okay. Okay. They're all. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So anyway. Yeah. But God hardness heart. That's nice. Okay. Right away. I got joked joke. Now, it has to be funny. Why did king Tut never get invited to a party his he was always tuten common? Tooten fart. Okay, okay now. But the one thing with them. An we're moving on. The one thing with the the pharoanic. Inbreeding that made it sustainable. Yeah. Was the fact that the only sister that Farrow married was the well to become the pharaoh was the oldest daughter of the pharaohs first and most premier wife or daughter of the premier wife barrow was descended from the previous pharaoh and a woman who is not a relative also known as the first mummy. So they may some fresh genetic mummy kept coming in. Yeah. But it's bare minimum possible. Right. Yeah. I feel like I need a diagram China. Wines. Yup. Yup. Family tree instead of just being fine chain link fence. Yes. Goes to the link. Insurgent of more mighty Conrail DNA, which gets I don't know am not assigned. Andrea. Because it's. Okay. So that falls online. Also, these easiest thing to track genealogy through. Okay. Yeah. That's because it's the powerhouse of the cell. Yes. Well, done was good. Learn that a lot so then to punish pharaoh for his God ordained oxidants vizo you get for listening to God. God took it out chip shin. People in fuck them with plagues and these plagues were turning all of the water into blood just free protein. You know, that's I mean, I hear it keeps her skin fresh. Virginal only. When you gave birth to something. Frogs? That we've seen what happened with the cane toad. So that's why is that is the worst summer of my life wild animals, probably a venomous variety. So thinks snakes snakes scorpions, poisonous spiders, slow Loris. Disease. This poison is. Z's livestock happens. Just after there's venomous Schick crawl. No in new plague. We're about at science oils on the people which could also happen from cowpox poise being stung by his creatures slow Loris. I've had a boil once it was from a recluse bite. Did you get the land? Yes. Multiple times. Yeah. Hurts my skin to think about these things. The terrible then a hailstorm. Followed by locus. So we've already attacked the livestock now, we're the crops on in the field, then three days of darkness, and then the death of the firstborn of both the humans and livestock. Schick, it's real. Yeah. Also, your cows are dying. All right. So the frogs and lice both just seem kind of strange and basically just annoying. I think what the frogs number though, there's a number of frogs. I think I would become a plague. Oh, and the worst part was then they all died. Rotting frogs everywhere the worst that's a lot of frog legs. Then you have the contaminated water with the blood that would just make everybody sick. And were they drinking water back? Then. Anyway, let's do beer scientists feel like the additions are one of the oldest people because they got together to make Mead. I so. Civilization to make alcohol. The way you're saying is that I just need a drink Mead. And then one hundred and three. Wait, a pack of cigarettes. According to one hundred hundred plus year olds from conversation before we started reporting. You guys back to just us. So then you have an invasion of venomous creatures that could injure or kill everyone and all the livestock, right? You have disease livestock, which would reduce productivity in the case of horses and oxen..

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"cowpox" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"cowpox" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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