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St. Louis Cardinals trading Jose Martinez to Tampa Bay Rays in 4-player swap

AM Tampa Bay

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

St. Louis Cardinals trading Jose Martinez to Tampa Bay Rays in 4-player swap

"Big trade yesterday for the Tampa Bay rays the rays acquired outfielders Jose Martinez and ran the hours arena as well as a draft pick in exchange for left handed pitching prospect that you Lieber tore and low level catching prospect did Garo Rodriguez and a

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The Link Between Kitchen Countertops And A Deadly Disease

Short Wave

03:14 min | 2 years ago

The Link Between Kitchen Countertops And A Deadly Disease

"Uh now. You've been working on this story for months. You were joking with me. Recently that you knew everything there is to know about this topic. And that topic is countertops. That's that's right. Specifically like sort of stone. Engineered Stone countertops which is really strange. Because my personal countertops at home are would like. I didn't know anything about this subject before I started looking into it But increasingly people have turns to this product known as courts right so if you go to any sort of lake. TV TV show with remodeling and they update the kitchen. They have these new white countertops it sort of look like marble I know about it I watch. TV All the time but they're often not marble it's often courts it's which is a composite material and it's thought to be a little more advantageous than granite or marble because it isn't ship or stain as easily. That's what the manufacturers say. Stay right and this story is not about home design. It is about something that happens in the process of cutting that material that courts so they can fit in your cool updated kitchen itching right because when you cut courts if you're not careful it can create lots and lots of dust and that dust gets everywhere. Your your nose your ears. You heard all your body close everything everything Jose Martinez did this kind of cutting job for years so waited another guy. I spoke with named one. We just use his first name for medical privacy. I've been CPO. Not No no CINTAS A I. You don't feel the changes a lot then later with time passing your body telling you that you're missing air this you're suffocating and you're tired they filed by Dickens's so this dust damages ages their lungs. Exactly so here's another guy. I talked to play Rodriguez and the beginning. I wasn't understanding why that I was getting tired. I usually I was just thinking about maybe getting older. He kind of took like a big breath in there right so he and other guys they all have a disease called silicosis this as in Silica which is found in all that courts dust it causes irreversible scarring and damage to the lungs. So they're young and they can't run underplay with their kids and you know eventually as the disease progresses. They're probably GONNA need a lung transplant. There's no other Cure for this disease. Here's I Jose again in the when I go to sleep I think about it every night. Depend GonNa die in three or four five years and a half four forgives my wife because to be honest with you every day of your few words so there was a recent report in the MWR. That's this weekly early. Publication put out by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and it described eighteen cases including these. These are instances of silicosis in workers. There's countertop workers in California Texas Colorado in Washington and among those eighteen cases there were two deaths so today in the show what we know about this emergence of silicosis and why investigators are worried. It may just be the tip of the iceberg.

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Two weeks on, Hawaii residents look for 'normalcy' amid ash, lava

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Two weeks on, Hawaii residents look for 'normalcy' amid ash, lava

"Trade negotiators continued talks aimed at averting a trade war white house national economic council director larry cudlow struck a positive note in response to reporters they're meeting many of our demands there's no deal yet to be sure and has gone cry take waza process but they're coming to play believe they wanna make a deal and we will help them we will guide them towards our own ask taking some pressure off of trade relations china today dropped its antidumping probe into us sorghum imports alleviating grain price disruptions wall street closed mixed today the dow is virtually unchanged up one point at twenty four thousand seven four seven hundred fifteen the nasdaq was off twenty eight the s and p five hundred index off seven points energy shares lower as crude was down benchmark us crude oil fell twenty one cents to settle at seventy one twenty eight a barrel in new york this is npr news in washington a boeing seven thirty seven leased by cuba's state airline kubina crashed on takeoff today one hundred five people reportedly were on board the domestic flight the crash occurred at havana's jose martinez poured state media reports three people survived the crash but their condition is unknown residents near hawaii's kilowatt volcano are keeping a close eye on air quality as hawaii public radio's bill dorman reports scientists say recent explosions at the summit show the situation at the volcano remains unsettled hawaii county officials have spent lots of time lately passing out thousands of face masks the white masks are designed to block volcanic ash but are not affected against the more dangerous emissions of sulfur dioxide that gas is one component of volcanic ash but is also emitted from lava flows the more concentrated the dose the more dangerous the release scientists say further explosions that kill away.

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Two Seattle educators named as victims of Mexico bus crash

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:33 min | 4 years ago

Two Seattle educators named as victims of Mexico bus crash

"Seventy nine percent of last year's mass casualty attacks came with warning signs that were either missed or ignored here's a possible one that got noticed tom tom now for the index and fiery rescue in aurora illinois dash cam video showing good samaritans pulling driver from a burning car police arriving to see jose martinez and devon johnson dragging him away from the flames the driver treated for burns and other injuries authorities say he was charged with the u y after crashing into a concrete support and new developments in the mysterious crash killing family of eight inch westport california fleas believe jennifer hart was seen on surveillance buying groceries and fort bragg hours before driving off a cliff authorities suggests the crash was intentional heart killing herself a wife and their six adopted children police searching for three children still missing and presumed dead an america strong tonight the last shooting victim from stoneman douglas high school has been released from the hospital fifteenyearolds anthony borjas were shot five times protecting classmates during the rampage in cartland florida nearly two months ago his attorney says anthony is back with his family finally tonight the last speech delivered by dr martin luther king junior keeping the night before he died famously proclaiming i've been to the mountain tops fifty years later his words echoing across america and still ringing in the ears of those who i heard him the night before his assassination a powerful prophecy my fee the promised land.

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