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"doctor nichols" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Go beeves and, Professor. I should call you, Doctor. Nichols. Welcome back to the Mark Mason Show. It's great to be on a D again. Dr Nichols. You just dropped online, an article that you did for Cambridge Press and it was, ah, a bunch of your peers talkingabout the parallels of 1918 1919 to today, But you guys went way deeper than any of us are even thinking right now. What brought that on? So in a number of US historians who studied the pandemic of making 18 and 19 closely in a lot of field history of medicine, social history, international history all the Very studies. Ah, we came together to think to think about you know how to conceive of that pandemic in light of this. What has this coveted experience taught us as kind of lived experience that might inform how we think about our research and I'll start teaching. And so the goal was from in spring toe do about as fast as you could possibly turn around an academic article that's accessible, free and open to the public through Cambridge University Press. Through the journal Debilitation, Progressive era and help people think about that pandemic from the lessons learned what we know what we can apply today. What was it applies today to help us all on the U. S in other countries and around the world? And then also to help teachers K 12 college etcetera, those who really want to teach this set of questions this history in a deep informed kind of way, because we're all asking questions. I mean, that's why you're having me on hearing these things all the time myself, as are my colleagues. History matters on DH, You know, I know this to be true. I feel it passionately for professional historian. But it also clearly matters when you see the kind of parallels that you do today and the mirroring of the response between the two pandemic. Well, you guys discussed how war shaped the 1918 pandemic I'm wondering is political war these days shaping this one. Absolutely it is, you know, you could think of it in the international dimensions right that that President Trump, for instance, has picked a war with China related to calling it the Wuhan or Kong flu. You know, we can call that political rhetorical racist, even but it's also and an international conflict shoo away of during this diplomacy of public health, right? It's casting China not as an ally and trying to fight a global virus, but rather as an enemy and you saw something very similar in 1918 and we've talked about this before, but it's really remarkable worth noting. It is often referred to as the Spanish flu on but that's only because the Spanish press was reporting on it accurately, and the king of Spain got the flu. It's not that it originated there. The press was censored in the US and the UK during the war, and so they didn't report on it. The press did not report it accurately, and those government didn't try to give honest and rapid information into their publics. But Spain did. Just stand got the moniker of the Spanish flu. But other nations also did the same thing. Weaponizing the flu. Then, as we've seen today, that French Ah all that you know, a variety of things. The Germans, you know, the Russian passed it was called, You know, the French. Brandt blamed the Spanish, the Spanish and the French. In fact, they thought it was a French disease and we could go on and on. But those are the international politics and a domestic politics. Think the one thing that stands out to your question is in 1918 and 19. The politics of mask wearing or closure policies that sort of thing that did not map on neatly to partisanship. You couldn't say Republicans supported this or rejected this. Democrats supported our rejected it. There was a lot of rallying around that kind of martial rhetoric. A war against the virus, like there had been a war that was just concluding in the fall of 1918. Here's a thought that went through my mind. As I read your article did the pandemic of 1918 1919 came in three waves. The middle way was the most deadly But did that cause the roaring twenties where everybody kind of went crazy and ultimately lead to the Great Depression. Great questions? Yeah. So, you know, wrapping a background to your first point about and our conversations about sports, you know, so one argument about the rise of professional football and even large football stadiums for colleges. Is that that was a result of the wartime explode. The wartime experience and the flu experience that is college is to try to play through. But you know, here on the West Coast rent since Oregon State University bar again, then it was Oregon agricultural College. Ah, issue that was played without fans for most of the season. No reader says. The headline says, Um, and a lot of people weren't able to gather. You know, we know this story because we're feeling it intimately today. In the twenties in 1920. When you see the pro football began on in the twenties, you see lots of stadiums, large stadiums built on college campuses, many of them called things like soldiers, Field and Memorial Field. I'm part of The rise of a kind of leisure culture in the twenties clearly comes out of that wartime experience The sacrifice for the war, death and suffering and also the wartime experience of influenza because, you know, after all, something like 25 million Americans got it in 675,000 dive. And so you know, While some of the memory of the flu itself it is missing in the twenties that if you don't see lots of memorials to it, you see kind of corollary memorial people trying to live their lives. Get out there have community had leisure time. One other thing to notice that there's a brief recession after the war that overlaps with the influenza, and it's not as simple as saying. There's an ascent of the economy in the twenties. The roaring twenties are a little bit of an illusion, according to economic historian but clearly the kind of compulsion to be consumers and to be out there in communities and having fun and revelry. That's clearly a piece of coming out of the war ain't coming out of the blue. One of your contemporaries in the article studies the pandemic through literature. What was said about it the last 100 years, and she picked up on years worth of what was called contagion. Guilt, which I find absolutely fascinating. Well, what appealed to you about that concept? We'll let 100 years ago. People were in denial like today and they would carry around the virus unknowingly, right. They were asymptomatic, and they would give it to a friend or a lot..
"doctor nichols" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To build its own processors for mac computers instead of using Intel chips that's a big switch in the industry yeah now the mobile give it more control over its gadgets and ideally boost performance however it'll be a pain for developers who have to update their software to comply with the new hardware specifications gonna put a dent in the Intel good night no doubt soon yeah after staying apples also dealing with challenges with Colbert nineteen on Friday it said it would close eleven stores and it just re open enough for states with the rising by risk cases still like our most big tech the corona virus pandemic bridge only made a small dent in apple's overall trajectory CEO Tim cook will well he's gonna be on a several morning shows of the past couple of days is going to be a keynote speaker in this this is streaming all of you know conference at ten o'clock in the morning so there you go so it had to shut down more stores again that we had reopened apple store just I mean those places are just you know I mean you've been an apple store it's it's there right much social distancing going on in those places it is six thirty seven got that story on my linkedin page at Taj offerings now while opening up schools and getting kids back in the classroom that's a big deal it's a big deal for the economy I mean I thought kids can't go to school then it means you know moms or dad have to stay home yep and made it it definitely has a sweeping impact on our economy and there is more talk about getting into you know getting it back into your back into the chairs and president trump wants public schools re opened for the fall semester and governor Greg Abbott is said that the Texas education agency has said that box medical analyst Dr Nicole sapphire so the president's right on this one I definitely agree with the president I think that schools need to re open in the fall but as you mentioned they need to do in a very smart manner I think it is crucial for childhood development to make sure that they have that social interaction in addition to their fundamental education but we have to be watching the numbers we have to make sure that children are not integrated as much say in the cafeteria you have to have smaller class sizes they have to have the ability to still do remote distance learning if a member of the household is sick and they need to make sure their strict screening measures in place so that sick children do not enter the school so we don't have an outbreak you know will there be some school districts that may need to close down possibly we see that with the flu all the time but people need to stay vigilant be safe but yes children need to get back to school there you go that's doctor Nichols St fire on fox now when it comes to university of Texas I mean a week a year ago we were more concerned about student safety in the homeless crisis now we're concerned about the virus you know spreading on campus that's one of the reasons why they've had all kinds of delays and some kids would be educ educated at home remotely and some will be in seats well that this issue about the safety of students not necessarily with the virus but the safety of students just walking around campus you heard about the group's shape forms we've had him on the show before they claim that the city council is ignoring the UT Austin west campus safety after a PD that differ that defunding vote yeah a group of the university of Texas parents in Austin city council is just ignoring the concerns that they have safe forms of private coalition concerned parents stakeholders citizens students and they're put up a fight they put up a fight since twenty sixteen the Austin city council voted on changes in the Austin police department's budget and say for instance the parents there they feel like they've been ignored as we hear from cave you were talking about the funding public safety what is that going to look like news reports president is fine since twenty sixteen she and many of the students see UT Austin's once cannabis isn't see his students are fearful to walk through this area and we've been advocating with the city for years to see improvements I mean we want halo cameras we want lighting lighting doesn't meet.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now is that the Danner's it solo Fagan now that is the dance the dance that pretzel logic okay logic of course I love the dance I can't tell you I'm we've discussed this before maybe one of the most divisive bands of all time I'm people hate ceili dance or they love them I love them but I know people man I've gotten that I've gotten into a heated discussions about Steely Dan I think they're great yeah I need to Julia on seven twenty WGN by the way I've I've I've not shaven or cut my hair when this is all over I'm gonna look oh wait I didn't have the self jam I was gonna say I'm gonna look like aqua along in in a little while how many TV I'm I'm gonna look exactly like the cover of alkaline which of her talk I'm sorry I don't even realize what an idiot what an idiot I'm the first person to get the buzzer moron all right so ask Dr Nick is the name of this ticket be towns living in America sorry are are great engineer Adam Phillips just got me in there calmly says seventeen minutes in hello I am a moron I truly I am a moron all right so Dr Nick is from Yahoo answers right these are real questions and you're just kind of randomly ask me questions and I'm gonna try to answer yeah we're gonna try to answer them with the best expertise that you have okay can we hear ask doctor Nichols again one more time really bother me Dr Nick okay all right let's get a little a little little question music going.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Their hours not going to be well starting Monday seven AM to ten PM yeah as you know they work eight to eight over the past several weeks right and and there there you go so there I guess that's a good indication that things are starting to lighten up a little bit well I think it's a good indication that everybody finally got enough toilet paper maybe some so they they they they can keep in stock to maybe get everybody got enough soup and pasta and everything else and and they can keep up now so they can kind of stretch your legs a little bit so you got a little little little hint of normalcy so I like it that is so that's good news yeah six forty eight and Susan they call just a few minutes ago concerned about re opening Texas too soon yeah she pointed out that the CDC says before you begin to open up and loosen these rules the CDC recommends a decline in the number of cases for at least fourteen days I don't think that's going to happen is we continue to ramp up testing yeah more you ramp up testing the more patients you're going to find it or the more people that are a symptomatic with it and it's going to mean a lot more people that have it so that's the story there now doctor Nicole sapphire she was on fox late last night talking about some of the numbers how how disparaging some of these numbers were were you know originally talking about two point two million people that we're gonna die in America yeah now the estimates are sixty seventy thousand maybe fifty thousand maybe less yes but doctor Nicole sapphire on the CDC's numbers on box the one thing that in my opinion the models didn't necessarily account for is the incredible resolve of the American people because what did we do we saw these numbers these these shock value numbers of one to two million Americans potentially dying that really sat with people and they really should on that and what did they do they stayed home but he did the warnings and they did everything that the White house and the specialists and everyone was recommending the deal which is why those numbers are now lower and continuing to get lower and lower and that is why I am just very proud of our country because people we don't necessarily need to be forced into certain situations we do it because we know what is right but now as we have been saying we have warned that the long term economic consequences may far out last of the virus itself which is why people are starting to get restless and they're saying okay we understand this fires a lot more now we have a lot more information and now is the time for us to get back to work that people keep saying it's all about testing testing testing the truth is there's not one magic answer to get things back to good the truth is ubiquitous testing may not be realistic in the short term that being said there also false negatives and false positives with these tests and we don't even know at this point if in presence of antibodies circulating in your bloodstream actually means that someone is going to be immune to it so we don't have that information but we can't sit and wait for that information because as we see we have people waiting in line trying to get money trying to get food this is not what our nation this bow and we have to do what we can to safely get people back to work and get our economy back up again this doctor Nichols sapphire on fox yes well you could have said it better I mean the idea I'm sure of think back there was a time where our mayor was talking about a scenario of having hospital beds on auditorium shores and that we could get to that point and we got in as it turns out we never even put a strain on our existing hospital system here in Austin we never came close to doing it so we did the right thing but now we're at a point where okay we got it we know how to keep ourselves safe we're we're we're we're we're on to this but we have to get the economy going again we gotta do both we gotta stay safe and get the economy both in going back we got to do both and we can do both I think we are doing but we have to get governor Greg Abbott stressed again yesterday that he soon will be opening Texas for business with a man message this time directed not only on statewide TV audiences but one in Texas his lieutenant governor last Friday amid some clamor from the from the right to peel back measures meant to come back the spread of this virus Abbott announced executive orders to ease some of the most severe restrictions he created a panel of business leaders public health experts to you know advising on this next steps and we do expect a big announcement Monday on when some of these bars and restaurants massage you know massage therapy and things like that yeah you know elective surgery can all get underway yes yes yes that's coming up Monday and and for the women out there the hair stylists who the women are losing their minds now man to man I'm about to take some shares to my head I have seen your hair in a long time so or G. of the party RT in the bag business on top your eyes on your own paper I don't need you checking me out that's fine was that not a problem listen Austin escalates the legal fights in an effort to overhaul the land development code but people may not realize this but there's a lot of city business that's going on as we're all distracted by this virus the Austin will keep fighting a lawsuit that's threatening the effort to overhaul the land development code the city's legal department filed April sixteenth notice that it will appeal a March ruling by Travis county judge to avoid a rather bored Austin city council votes to revise the land development code which determines what and how things can be built in this city yep so right now Austin is on hold on that front and they're planning to fight in court yeah the appeals court will had the state's third court of appeals which job you know has waited on legal debates over city policies and short term rentals and regulations and things like that a mandatory paid sick leave so while so there you go and now the city officials believe zoning protest rights are not required as part of the comprehensive revision of the zoning city wide and a judge disagreed with this has been something that's been far far far from our minds we were talking about it there for a lot for a while there but obviously properties in a different place but yet still business going on still got a still got to think about the future of the city let's squeeze in Rick he's on forty five this morning Rick on the tide of don show Hey Rick yeah I got are you talking about eighteen billion hours energy eBay yesterday all right the one eighty three and all the shelves are restocked and I'll tell you what is kind of a moving experience to go in and realize that you live in a country doctors first planning but I just want to say to all those naysayers and conspiracy theory table at one in the stores early and hoarding their retiring also have basic bring things in harmony for the next twenty five years green beans.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Outbreak and then still pointing with the numbers which is preventing us from adopting the right public health responses it's going to cost America perhaps two hundred thousand lives yet that is John you they knew we know for sure China lied about the virus in life have not been stopped people are dying because of it and get this they plan on benefiting from it we'll tell you why the communist menace is a response we stick in the world and how they plan and supplanting us as they come back first if you take those antibodies from people who have already had the infection and put them in people who are currently fighting the infection as potentially and help them long term yeah that is doctor Nichols how far the pathway to health advances from blood plasma immunity to hydro hydroxy chloroquine we will tell you what lies ahead in our quest to get life working again and you add a house you know you're probably going to be with your family to a degree cell I'll let's take a look at the positive this plasma swapping taking people who have the virus but the virus using their blood the plasma specifically putting it to people who are afflicted with it is having some success we told you about the Texas store yesterday now we're telling about the plasma being used in California the doing it on their own they're not looking for they got the green light for the FDA to do it but this is some do some type of technology is been done a while ago this is the first time the people are really being proactive in doing without a lot of fanfare we saw in California and I think that's I think it's pretty encouraging so maybe somebody will at Saint Joseph's hospital will be the beneficiary of it I want to see the results here is when the Escobedo on trying new blood plasma transfusion procedure here she is taking a very exciting procedure.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"N. C. I. joins us now Dr welcome back Ryan thanks for having me first off what could you tell us about the status of the testing the food situation Brian and I mean I'm looking forward to a further update been a little bit by the president trump and the whole entire task force but it does seem that you know they have amped up production I have been hearing from my local community and my colleague that there are significantly more tests available there or drive a testing site that are rolling out as we speak so which means that every hour we're going to be hearing more and more cases of positive because the truth is there probably a lot of people who have the infection right now we just don't know yet so the more testing which means the more cases which is why we're seeing such and ramp up in all of the activity and president trump urging people to stay home because we have significant community spread here and we see that and we need to make sure that we get under control and doctor I'm going to turn over the call is too but I just got to ask you a couple of things this is a very pedestrian question non medical expert question but if I get it and I don't really even feel it because my symptoms are so mild wanted actually gets out of my system I do I now have an immunity to it you know that's quite a quite common question that I'm hearing right now and the answer is it doesn't look like that's the case because there have been reported repeat infections out of China and a couple elsewhere and so it's not like the chicken pox where you get it once and then you're done I mean we have to think about it this way covert nineteen is called conned by a corona virus the coronavirus also is one of the viruses that causes the common cold how are you how many times can you get the common cold so at this point it looks like you may be able to get this multiple times and because the majority of people will only have mild symptoms that is why we are urging everyone to stay inside right now not just to protect you to protect those around you that's a that's a good point but kind of sad because he did hear one of the theories why U. K. was so lax was it they actually wanted their people to get it and build immunity so they they do have that immunity for the fall that's probably a theory that you say is going to fall on his face well Brian that their content is called herd immunity which means everybody gets that right now that could occur perished in the future here's the problem I have with that that is a somewhat parallel in what have you ever heard of the needles parties where it's like okay look at all the kids together let them all get the needles and then you know they'll be done with it but the truth is there are some people that will have severe side effects from this and I would rather delay the spike you cases so we can get proven treatment and a vaccine as opposed to sacrifice things done now you know for the greater good of the community every there are alternating theories and it just depends on what you subscribe to that you also have to know the U. K. under the NHS is severely limited they have a severe doctor shortage a mark that shortage so they can't actually they will not be able to yeah character thank you Kate so I am very concerned about their methodology right now because if they're just allowing it to run rampant I can't imagine because their health system which already in crisis for the last couple of years this will just it'll just emotion hi robs in Westchester wow that's a hot spot rob you have a question for Dr call Safire yeah I do everybody says it's ten times is contagious and ten times as deadly as the comical and it has a two or three to eight months head start before we got testing or any kind of required we're trying on the on the on the buyers correct so what do we see more deaths as a result of the eighteen thousand people died of the flu this year but only eighty five radiate across country from Congress you would think we can't test so we don't know how many actually have it so we don't know there should be numbers don't lie three more deaths based on it being ten times more deadly attack has more contagious where to look at start all the ten times ten times more deadly and I was working agent those are arbitrary numbers right now the bottom line is we don't actually know I actually haven't heard ten times more to take it but it does seem to be more contagious than the blue meaning that if someone with the flu in fact wanted to people it looks like someone with covert nineteen is actually impacting several more people the flu don't forget will be the third in August that's been going on for a long time and we haven't been practicing social distancing with the flu and we haven't been practicing other things with the flow which is why we give them a catered we also have treatment for the flu and the vaccine for the flu so although it is extremely impactful on our nation when we're dealing with covert nineteen that is a bit more of an unknown number KK calorie rate meaning how deadly it is that it's still kind of up in the air and we really won't know until this is often done next year what the actual mortality rate is it does seem like the number coming out of China have been about three point four percent likely going to be significantly less than that the numbers out of South Korea I kind of look to a little bit more because they have done the most aggressive testing so they give us the most representative sample of what this they've been there Callie rate is about two point seven percent meeting a little less than one person who contract it will die which is still more than the flu which is about two point one percent hi it's really hard to get caught up in these numbers and percentages right now because they themselves are going to change in very significantly it depends on the demographic the people who are infected the healthcare system that's in place there are a lot of variable documents back in the United States the very diverse nation absolutely from state to state from Canada county Eric is in Orlando Florida W. D. B. O. Eric you question the doctor Nichols sapphire yes doctor my wife's R. or T. with the largest hospital chain here in Florida and the professionals that are doing the work or scratching their heads they're talking about social distancing yet they're telling everybody to come in to get tested now just like a red tide here in Florida by the time you get a positive result it's too late you're having there's already possible T. B. and stuff in the hospital and you have people that are already compromised in the hospital yet we're telling people I have been overwhelmed yesterday was a party that called in her hospital overwhelmed to what are they gonna do when we're overwhelmed and shouldn't be if you have certain day if you have symptoms stay home could not treatable correct this is why we bring people into the epicenter as well okay answered Dr sapphire so I I think I understand the question being why are we testing the we are healthcare professionals actually have the infection bottom line is I fear something matic you should absolutely stay home and be under the care of whoever whoever he be inquired with that point and we're wanting to know if our health care workers can't have contracted the illness because they could potentially be writing it to other people although you know our blanket advice right now everybody stay home work from home if you can the majority of us myself included we have professions that we actually have to go back into the hospital we're going to be bringing those people into the hospital we need to make sure that they themselves are not impacted so with they're saying to you is if you want to come in to get tested white coming to the hospital to get tested it would we would you prefer do you like to drive through testing procedure the drive through testing procedure the mobile testing site are absolutely a quick to give me the best way to go because they're actually doing it like with you staying in the car yeah they're they're not leaving room for you to respect of the people the problem is we still have people showing up to the emergency department doctor thought that the urgent care center wanting to be tested and that's where the that's where we're having difficulty because we can't put in ninety five now on everybody so stay away from the hospital stay away from doctors offices and see if you can find one of the mobile unit or if someone can actually come to you all right let's go to Facebook now Eric's gonna question Eric sure question from Stephanie she wants to know if someone already has a a the mon you shot will that help her not get pneumonia she contracts covered nineteen okay great question so that new look back that shot that is that acting against the Monia recommended interconnectedness and blow the chronic lung disease actually protect against a bacterial pneumonia which can be very lethal entertainers that have been that however will not protect you from the severe consequences of covert nineteen cover nineteen itself account by a virus in the new loan act that the covert nineteen patients are experiencing are you there are a direct result number of viral infection or it's actually an inflammatory response from your own body trying to fight the virus what what's called are acute respiratory distress syndrome where hormones and chemicals are released within your own system kind of like how they're trying to attack the virus they're trying to attack it with all the chemicals but that's actually caused the fluid to build up in the long and it it kind of at the call of the event that your own body is actually working against you while traveling I provider so you know the name of that although it can help prevent a secondary bacterial infection which is important especially during flu season that's not really what we're seeing is happening with the covert nineteen patients all right let's go to Casey Lissie in cocoa beach Florida dot ninety six five Hey Casey please see our E. I called right yeah yeah but at the beginning stages of COPD I also have a spontaneous pneumothorax they're like little blisters on my longings who knows they create little I'm thirty five years old but Google knows I'm in great health where would I fall into when I packed that a dangerous got COPD and he's he's got okay when you have the you know PD and I'm glad that you're explaining that you know what I can rupture and cause the pneumothorax your your your you have chronic lung disease therefore what higher risk develop the severe effects of cold nineteen just like everyone else we say we want you to stay inside it for whatever reason you feel that you've been exposed to come and have been popular restart about the symptoms then you can go there current buyers dot gov or call your local hospital or.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"It doesn't go far enough and it doesn't go fast enough there are too many gaps in coverage for the smallest businesses and for medium sized businesses and I and a lot of other senators who I've spoken to over the weekend are worried that we're not doing enough to get cash into the hands of affected workers and families quickly to really focus this week on how to do just that if you've got the virus if you've been quarantine because you've been exposed to the virus if your business is shut down or even if you have to stay home to care for a child to school was closed you should not worry about buying the groceries making the car payments paying your rent and do everything we can to get cash into the hands of affected workers and families as quickly as possible so we can all get through this epidemic this pandemic ours together now you might say I don't want to have to pay for other people I I get this is a time and do much I don't wanna pay for them because the government's causing this regardless if they are they aren't I personally you know you know I this is the right thing to do we're gonna go you know listen are my my grandkids are gonna pay for this it sucks it's terrible but we have no choice right now because of this whether it's because of the government or not you know people people can get kicked out of their apartments in their homes they have to be able to put food on the table so this this has to happen and how don't tell you what Republicans this when they need to pipe up in your politicized up bull crap Democrats politicize everything you're going to be know how terrible this bill help with this bill was I swear it would just knowing that the whole point of the bill was a good cash into people's hands and Democrats with this house bill didn't do that it shows you how they literally only care about trying to destroy trump the Republicans that's it so they're gonna try to make this right and make it easier that way and there's more to it he was asked number three he was asked by this time con asked by doctor Nichols at buyers on fox and friends this morning well if you guys go to change it want to be like you want will want to take too much time to do something like that listen man a call we can get this done pretty quickly most of the measures in this bill are something that the roof.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"But as we continue doctor Nichols sapphire Dr Marc Siegel with us obviously talking about this corona virus and the nature of the threat the president's handling of all of this all right so as this develops a seems to be some conflicting views as to what the what the path of this will be for example there been other viruses they tend to slow down in the warm and and summer months which is interesting but then on the other hand if you compare it to other viruses that seem similar specifically the mers virus they didn't show any seasonal variation and actually got worse in June and what it was that at its least infectious rate in January sorry shared a generic genetic components similar to a corona and it shows some cereal very a seasonal variation it doesn't go away when it gets warm Dr sapphire but you know you make a good point there but if the truth is when you're comparing Kobe nineteen to sars and mers and sars and mers had death rates up about ten percent and merited thirty percent and be it stars Kobe to which person with covert nineteen although the truth is we don't necessarily know how dangerous it is and as we're getting more information every day it looks like outside of China the death rate is less than two percent and probably even closer to under one percent and so when you start hearing people compare this to the two thousand nine age one and one which killed a billion cases in six months the numbers just aren't the same and then I even keep seeing people that are comparing this to the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen which killed fifty million people in one year the numbers aren't there when it comes to stars Kobe to and the other thing is it is fear mongering when you start talking about the Spanish flu let's remember the time that that was we did not have still treated water we had people using the streets for restroom bait people didn't even know about washing their hands so no this is not going to be the same case in all this is doing is causing unnecessary angst and causing an economic and emotional turmoil that is unnecessary thank you both Dr sapphire Dr Marc Siegel we'll have you both on Hannity tonight update everybody we appreciate your calm sensible voice amongst those of sea of madness thank you both eight hundred nine four one Sean toll free number when we come back we'll hit the phone straight ahead as we continue this is news ninety six point five W. V. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now happy Monday it's five thirty news ninety six point five W. DPO Florida governor Ron DeSantis says this afternoon the CDC has confirmed that Florida has two cases of the corona virus we do anticipate to see more positive cases in the state of Florida despite this news got around to see if the says you were still at low risk of catching in the overall immediate threat to the public remains low last night before the two cases were even confirms the governor declared a state of emergency he says will help with the threat this emergency declaration ensures that health care providers hospitals and labs immediately report all suspected cases the department of health while the CDC takes about three to five days to test for the coronavirus governor to Santa says Florida has labs in Jacksonville Miami in Tampa the contest for it within twenty four hours gene Wexler news ninety six point five W. DDL we're hearing from our gasoline expert tonight Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says you might want to wait to fill up this week prices are coming down ten cents a gallon in Orlando last week alone so shop around some stations are passing along the dropped much faster than others and wait to fill up if you can I expect prices to continue going down this week he says that's because the global demand for crude oil is going down leaves an open like in our app if you're seeing lower gas prices around the central Florida area will Pat will play them on Orlando's evening news at six ninety six point five W. DB.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Finds out about all of this of course is furious any person the ballroom any goes polls and doctor Nichols is like ladies and gentlemen my friend Dr Richard Campbell what sent it back by the way the bulls your research so that you can anyway so is that the lady with special with people a real who's not because they're going to really is not August eleventh vehicles can remind me of crystal vaults right right so but that's a great examine people everybody's laughing at that because they know the few today I I was just I was talking about the movie challenge of watching football with some friends and some people I don't even you know they were just at the party and I was telling about the fugitive Ferris Bueller and I like there's not a week that goes by that the fugitive is not on the grid on your TV in your life I'll check it out yeah and then you get sucked into and everybody start doing their favorite line switches samples and all that kind of yeah professor but it does have K. I mean as much as Ferris Bueller's iconic but why Rachel this is the fun part about the challenge why shouldn't the Ferris Bueller move us what what is it I mean if you're gonna be in a rip on Ferris Bueller at any point why should they not move on in this and it does pay me to do this before I forget into it because I do love I do love that movie I really do but it here's here's my main points first of all we talked about this a little bit in first Bueller Ferris Bueller's day off is a Taurus John right not a local Chicago most of the places that person's friends visit our our you know the hot spots that I've learned to avoid right after living here for twenty five years you know at least on the weekends and holiday breaks right it's in its sanitized into it and not and I will point out also on the occasions when it is and when it does try to you know do the Dino gritty mean Chicago it falls prey it wallows in those same stereo types that something like adventures in babysitting does right it where you know Chicago ins especially ones of color are scary sketchy they'll steal your car yeah right so that the I think it caters to that suburban view of Chicago is you know it's a nice place to visit but you wouldn't want a nice place to visit but don't leave your Ferrari right so right and then also and we we just somebody brit brought this up right if we're looking at whether or not there's a hero we're looking at the hero in this movie whether the villain is brought to justice I think first Bueller fails again right yeah I I as much as I love the charm of Matthew Broderick you little jerk maybe gets what he wants gets away with it and you know granted he didn't you know dispatch a one armed man to kill what is wife but he's still right and okay here's my last point don't wanna fight dirty this might get me in trouble but as far as I know no one in the fugitive has a record for sexual assault it is hard it is hard to watch those scenes with Jeffrey Jones now do do I know that the that the fugitive is packed with near rich privilege white men and probably at least six of them have done something gross sure but not to my knowledge at this point fugitive at this point has a clean record it's a little difficult to watch Ferris Bueller that's also there you go let's go let's go let's go because when you're actually right because I think the film the the scenes with Jones Jones was at Jeffrey Jeffrey Jones and EDG stronger did yeah yeah the clerk and the clerk thanks Patrick are excellent excellent comedy yeah they're bombs landed there grace in all the custody right but you're at the minute that has split all right let's check calls real quick then we'll get to Patrick George do you like Ferris Bueller you like the fugitive like service viewer but I've worked in the I worked as a an extra while I was working security for the fugitives so I was in over thirty first fifteen seconds of the movie yeah yeah so I did and I always when we work the movie I worked a lot of security on a we do was showing was just spectacular and some of the shots they did it right from the helicopter engine stuff it was just unbelievable I mean our city look Corey beautiful the way it really is yeah you're absolutely right you're sending and it's always distorted in the news media which I have to say the news media is always distorting but there is a right thanks thanks George these scenes I will set about a few shots of the city the shots at the beginning of last sitting in the dark in the law and how the downtown lights or justice I have to say it's it's better if you're going to be comparing these two films there is when they do the big beat and downtown song and when they're coming downtown they show all of the buildings downtown during the day it's really cool but it's also not as artistic as it could be I don't nothing shown use of the eighties in these figured out of man any Davis's shots of Chicago in the dark and and the overshot the the helicopter shot there they're artistic I mean here they almost didn't I've seen nothing like that before so I get the fugitive over fares feel right Patrick why do you think the future should move out what what do you think about if you just look at it saying the fugitive shouldn't be in the championship well I'm gonna go back to my first point is the setting is not a destination in into your point before if we set in New York City your LA would it be the same possibly but the one thing I am going to say that the first thirty minutes to Chicago sort of you know okay and then forty five minutes we're when the Carolina you five right and I'm gonna say what's the most memorable seen in Ferris Bueller well are you believe the parade scene right what's the most memorable see in the fugitive a guy going over a waterfall not Chicago you absolutely has it I and this is the this is damn the few movies and it's in the a couple of the movies that that people thought we're gonna go further when you when they when it was revealed that they weren't shot here or parts were not shot here Christmas vacations a good one like that realize that's not summer it's online it's an office Christmas party yeah many scenes shot outside so the question you have to ask is that the fugitive as you know the low one of the last three standing a difficult film if it and half of the film is not shot in Chicago blues brothers all the way Ferris Bueller all the way yeah boy interesting yep all right and there's Joey pad some not for the same I think Julie pan might might have set the record in the state of her and as much in as many appearances in the Chicago cage match tournament yeah in a lot of them in a lot because he's in he's in risky business yeah he's in running scared he's in the fugitive and and there's a couple others to that they he shows up at different points but he might be the Chicago actor needed a ants movies are in if he gets he gets booked a lot here I would think of him as New York New York but that's from because of the sopranos now with the one thing I will take away I think this will be a problem for Ferris Bueller in Ferris Bueller moves on is Matthew Broderick doesn't even try with the Chicago accent gosh now it is only through your dad Bourbon night right get it but it's New York right at the beginning when you tell us about how to fake being sick and like you know like Josh's to the Upper East Side and try and they're going up against Jake and Elwood if you look at the blues brothers a solid back mission from god I get all of Chicago well I'm here all right three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred you got about ten minutes to make it to to say your piece on the fugitive affairs bill before we reveal.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Different things like that underground and that's all fine and dandy but this is the only really realize that it's it's more than a winter carnival this is about helping to find out how many people you don't get guys like doctor Nichols Cinemax living stepping up their stuff on it because they want to help people they're successful in our community and they say yeah let's so I know you've been in radio for so long and let's face it radio people were not exactly smart so it took us a number of now where allies to realize that it was really about our help in our community and helping the salvation army out the Kroger phone bank eight seven seven seven one seven three two two three but you had a long day yesterday and I walk up to the horror this morning on Facebook and seen a Facebook live yes so it's three am who is sitting to my left here yeah I bet he's my left hand and right hand for the salvation army we've been in the thick of things together and yesterday the I. you game started at seven PM so the live broadcast stopped but Sam and I were behind here making sure everything was okay means a number or and we had to do a lot of data we were here until after ten o'clock and we had a late train for adults last night that indeed right at ten or maybe a few minutes before yeah so as we're working we realize no one has been in bay for for awhile and then the lights go off no one here they locked in silence for a little while until we got rescued a largely company call no you know what there was one guy are are not a shift manager that was closing yeah and it just takes so long to close up he not way out in the you scared the snot out of that man what he rescued yeah even walked us all the way across seventy First Street to our cars and yeah absolutely no no police were I apologize did he say don't come back no he said I'll see you tomorrow I'm there at noon yeah he said well over there at five thirty you got here at five AM or five thirty the second such a different perspective to of the story absolutely beautiful in here and Pat I do want to thank you for letting us how's the entire W. I. B. C. radiothon for the salvation army here in your store you know what I just thank you for saying that I just realized maybe that's why the bench performed a little better we put him in the Christmas spirit yeah here we got to the workplace yeah those guys said that Tony Katz those checks hammer and I just all right when we come back we're going to check the colonel crusty flapper scoreboard we are going to hear from Carmel middle school class act again we're also going to the doctor yeah how to come up for years to come in this that's one or the following or not the many where he's going to come up here and be a part of it I kind of want to be adjusted so quite honestly so I want careful what you ask for if you.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on 710 WOR
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Alex Trebek reveals he is undergoing chemotherapy again for pancreatic cancer
"Roughly a week after he returned to jeopardy host Alex Trebek reveal that he's undergoing another round of chemotherapy to treat stage for pancreatic cancer doctor Nichols sapphire reminds us on fox news announced early in March that he had stage four pancreatic cancer can hold that dismal prognosis but these days treating cancers almost like treating diabetes you can be treated for years so it sounds like he underwent chemotherapy everything was looking good he was just started on immuno therapy and he mentioned his numbers shot up probably see a nineteen nine which is just your marker so they decided to put him back on what we call maintenance therapy meaning chemotherapy when it stage four cancer you go on maintenance chemotherapy to help with any pain and prolong life the goal at this point isn't really tear someone but just to continue to
"doctor nichols" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"If you're on hold stay on hold, Chris Brockman is going to get through news update. We'll take your calls. What's going on over there? Kristie Comey white cube. The very good first off. Let's hear from Adam gays. He was asked today out New York about love EON bell, and what may be perceived as going on with those guys are great players. He's a good person. He's been constant contact me. I enjoyed my interaction with them when he was here when he came on his visit for physical, where we sign them when he was here for the beginning of phase one. I mean, he texts me all the time you all that stuff, you get on Instagram. I so that's how I know what you're doing. Seasoning. That's ridiculous. This first time I've heard of that, that's not gonna happen. No, of course, Levy on bell took to Twitter shortly after those comments were made said, Yep. Let's get it coach there with a fist in the jets and a jets. And they're, they're all good. Also, I got some more quite Q and A here from. Yeah. He was asked about him in Mike mcalinden, too. Yeah. What's that? That would be. True. But he's for many decision. How dr. You relationship and work. It's a relevant. And in all that's relevant because we're the decision was made we're moving forward me and Mike had disagreements on a few things that there was no personal rift, that that's, that's rush want. Here's the issue is that the New York media feels that they've been lied to. They feel like that. They're the Tommy Lee Jones character in, in the fugitive. Dr Nichols lied to that. Did there you know? Yeah. He's the doctor Nichols. Duck Nichols lied to me. Bring him to me. And so the New York media feels that what gates is telling them, they can't be trusted because he was pissed off. He was pissed off about the idea that there was a rift between the two and within days. The GM was far as I told you it doesn't really matter. He's writing is irrelevant. It's about winning and losing, and the only thing that this definitely proves then the thing that I said that would linger might be the relationship between him and levian bell. It appears that that was maybe a misguided. I don't know. We'll see if that does have a problem during the season, both guys are, are publicly saying, there's no there, there CJ Moseley, who also was a huge signing seventeen. Million a year. I think for middle absolutely paid. He got absolutely paid word was that, that gays wasn't thrilled about that contract to and he was asked about that today, quote. It doesn't matter. I'm here now. So if gays is handling his own business in his locker room. Great what one thing, that's for sure. The there is no honeymoon for Adam gates in New York City. That's for sure definitely the New York media wants answers, and they won't wins. And if the jets start out one in three to four they'll get it'll get hot quick. But I don't think the jets are gonna want it done this guy, and plus he could be the guy who does handle the New York media well, in that regard, he did seem to shut it down today and basically say this. No there there and it's ridiculous jets win. No one's going to talk about the fact that, Mike, the cabinet got bounced, they might say these are mcadams players maybe says winning with and isn't that ironic that, that he lost the political battle that happened within weeks of gas being hired gas wins football games, gays puts the jets in the playoffs gays, puts the jets in the playoffs beating Bella, check to win the AFC east..
"doctor nichols" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Breaks. I'm Michael Crozier live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom to students at a middle school in central California been hospitalized after a thirteen year old boy took cocaine to school. The two layer county sheriff's office has at least thirteen children were exposed to the two small balloons filled with us mysterious white powder on the playground as to were hospitalized as precaution. After they got dizzy, the home of the kid who brought the coke has been searched and question, No word on what they found out classes picked up after the campus was cleared for drugs on Friday. A judge had has urged both sides of an immigration fight to get it together. Attention San Diego says a settlement plan is on the table that would give illegal immigrant parents separated from their families at the border a second chance to make their case for asylum US district judge Dana Sabra said all parties to move forward as quickly as possible under the Trump administration zero tolerance policy a couple of thousand families were separated at the border. Some of the parents say they failed their initial asylum interviews because they were distressed over being separated from their children Justice department attorney, Scott, Stuart says all the case. Cases will likely take weeks or even months to process. Amy king. KFI news is being reported in the fight against blood cancers. Dr Glenn Nichols with leukaemia lymphoma. Society says there's promising something called car. T therapy is a genetic engineering a therapy where you use your own immune system. The patient's own immune system to help fight their tumor. Cells cancers include leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma doctor Nichols says some blood cancer being cured now. And hopefully more will be soon..
"doctor nichols" Discussed on KOMO
"Komo AAA traffic every ten minutes on the fours. Still working on some slowing northbound five in Tacoma from thirty eight or so up to just pass the Tacoma dome area north five in Seattle. You're heavy from Albro curve up to about I ninety still seeing some slowing on north as well as making your way between the lacy. Angie? Bula maingate mostly right around the river bridge areas, we're seeing most of the contention sell five also contentious right now if you're making your way from about one twentieth in Marysville down to the Snohomish river in sell five heavy in Seattle between Lake City way and the ship canal bridge. This report is brought to you by muckleshoot casino. Experience wireless virtual reality with VR Kedah muckleshoot casino Europe invite time Samis or encounter a wild west shootout in barking yards. Visit muckleshoot casino dot com for details. Are next report is at six four seven Smith. Komo traffic. Parts of the Puget Sound will continue to get wet today. But that doesn't mean we won't see plenty of sunshine to it'll be a mixed bag. Highs will again be in the sixties with lows overnight in the fifties. I'm Kelly Bleier with your forecast from the KOMO forecast team. I'm bologna with another KOMO extra progress is being reported in the fight against blood cancers. Dr Gwen Nichols is with the leukemia and lymphoma society, she says there's promising in something called car. T therapy is genetic engineering therapy where you use your own immune system on the patient's own immune system to help fight their tumor cells. Doctor Nichols says blood cancers can take many different forms. One cancers include leukemia and lymphoma as the leukemia and lymphoma society name suggests but also myeloma and a number of other blood cancers that are somewhat rare that involve the. Blood the bone marrow and the lymph nodes you can learn more about it online at L S dot org. Baloney. Let's go out and about with komo's Eric Heintz..
"doctor nichols" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Overwhelming figures released late Friday afternoon show, a record one point five million New Yorkers cast ballots in the primary election. I think I received more votes in the democratic primary than any governor in history. And it was all across the state was all age groups was all demographics too. I think it was very loud and clear and powerful statement KOMO will now face off in November against Republican Mark Molinaro. Who's the duchess county executive Molinaro says he hopes to shed light on the corruption. He says is taking place in Albany progress is being reported in the fight against blood cancer. Doctor Gwen Nichols. With the leukemia and lymphoma society says there's promise in something called cartesian therapy. This is genetic engineering a therapy where you use your own immune system. The patient's own immune system to help fight their tumor cells. Blood cancers include leukemia lymphoma in my Loma doctor Nichols, says some blood cancers are being cured now. And hopefully more will be soon. You can learn more at L L S dot org. The state police collision reconstruction unit. Nobody county sheriff's are investigating a fatal car crash Thursday night in the town of Knox Albany county. Sheriff Craig apple says a vehicle driven by twenty two year old Christopher Davis Mont was traveling at a high rate of speed. I'm BB road around eleven thirty pm the car left the roadway. It knocks Gallup Ville road and struck several trees bursting into flames. Neighbors were able to remove a passenger identified as Twenty-three-year-old Taylor VJ of Albany. He was transported to Albany med. They were able to rescue Davis due to the fire, and he was pronounced dead on the scene. Wanted to spruce trees to spruce up the capital in Albany for the Christmas holiday season state office of general services. Putting out the word the tree should be between thirty five and fifty five feet tall. The trees will be removed by the state in November at no cost to property owners. Want ruby displayed at east capitol park. The other tree will be placed on the south side of the capitol on the Empire State plaza. Jim gangway already NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y Kelly Clarkson is headlining an arena tour for the first time in three years. The original American idol winner announced today that she will be kicking off her meaning of life tore in January in Oakland, the Toro make twenty eight stops and lasts a little over two months country star Kelsey Ballerini in the voice winner Bryn cartel e will trade on and off opening for Clarkson on tour. WGN news time is nine. Oh five. Now. WGN sports was.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
"Larry nichols were about to go to i'm your host belhadj jones of just joined us was consummate clinton insider green beret special operations before that a lot of secret operations in and around me in arkansas flying the cocaine and you name it until he again found the lord because the damage done donna cancer was a christian and repetitive of it and then began to expose the clintons the clinton chronicles documentaries all the basic original stuff we know about the clintons that undoubtedly stopped them later from their complete takeoff didn't work early on but certainly held them back swallowed them down got clinton impeached one for larry nickels and others lacking we would be up the creek without even a boat forget a paddle but i remember interview on him twenty one years ago is was one of the first people i started interviewing back in 1995 when i first got on radio and tv i was twenty one years old and i remember larry nichols going and this was another thing this is a man i can copies voices matched almost as rasping when she goes out to california or to haiti she does the rituals israel's serious about it she's in evolved at a bunch of the stuff and told people that she was he'll non detach he doubts gone away he's role quotes from nichols and you've heard in a few years ago talking about it now look at it in the news you the washington post that time bill and hillary clinton went to a voodoo ceremony in haiti why are they suddenly saying this because they know it's in the wikileaks they're putting it out i believe i have a doctor nichols yet we want to say to protect themselves here they are in their new memo arm of the former head of the washington post and his wife the top socialites in dc shelly quinn comes out as an a cultist use her heck's to kill people she hang out with pelosi and hillary we showed you that yesterday here they are again here's you'd here's pelosi yet here's a funeral in his wake we data few years ago the salik wednesday to live hillary clinton i wanted to make voodoo dolls of reporters lawmakers and stick them with pinch that was in the.
"doctor nichols" Discussed on KGAB
"One or many toes for difficulty fitting indy your favorite parachute hey what's that that collar giving away of maybe basket for winning his dream of what miami to get back reigns now i had my back on a good at dr richard another diaz between now and more seventeen for your name to the answer in the drawn for the world nobody's really began the nine is right yeah you need to level the irish for the next night tipping i'm not going to come for more information us not my twenty one hundred and you have any doctor cutler and lead and it's clean the wentz one smile at a time i mean there andrea some avila said down with david settle on the learn we live program to talk about her discussion when new university wyoming president doctor lawrie nichols at a public listening session relationship between the sitting and the university and concerns about the kasper awkward for first of all i appreciate your time is always but i wanted to ask you of course doctor nichols trying to improve some of the relations with university across the state they're in a big budget conscious like a lot of the state is but it was interesting because you presented something the doctor nichols back in december when show want to listen sessions to take us through what that was all about and and trying to improve the relations between the university in city because i think had a ottawa say they're strange or anything but i think they can be better than than they aren't at different points was so first of i wanna star off by saying it i think the city right now and you have you have a relationship we have a lot of trusty not in one another and we've been working really well together but i have to say that now we're all very excited bad doctor nichols being hurt here and her attitude towards community engagements and won a community relationship looks like and so in december which she held are strategic listening session i just when to as an opportunity for council members any of us could've gone in presented comments for you know these time to take into consideration in a forming their strategic plan and one of the things i really want to point out was i want them to include community engagements.