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"doctor salim" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

07:46 min | Last week

"doctor salim" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"Coming up on 5 minute news. Martin Luther King Jr.'s daughter calls for action over words. Black boxes retrieved from Nepal plane crash site. And John Kerry supports UAE oil chief overseeing cop 28. It's Tuesday. January 17. I'm Antony Davis. The United States has honored Martin Luther King Jr. with a federal holiday for nearly four decades, yet still hasn't fully embraced and acted on the lessons from the slain civil rights leader, his youngest daughter, said yesterday. The reverend Bernice king, who leads the king center in Atlanta, said leaders, especially politicians, too often cheapen her father's legacy into a comfortable and convenient king offering easy platitudes. We love to quote king in and around the holiday, but then we refuse to live king 365 days a year she declared at the commemorative service at ebenezer baptist church, where her father once preached. Indeed, Texas governor Greg Abbott only last year signed a bill eliminating the requirement for Texas schools to teach about king's I have a dream speech. Governor Ron DeSantis is trying to ban the teaching of race and racism in Florida schools. The service organized by the center and held at ebenezer annually headlined observances of the 38th federal king holiday. King gunned down in Memphis in 1968 as he advocated for better pay and working conditions for the city's sanitation workers would have celebrated his 94th birthday on Sunday. Her voice rising and falling in cadences similar to her father's Bernice king bemoaned institutional and individual racism. Economic and healthcare inequities, police violence, and militarized international order, hardline immigration structures and the climate crisis. She said she's exhausted, exasperated, and frankly disappointed to hear her father's words about justice quoted so extensively alongside so little progress, addressing society's gravest problems. Search teams retrieved the flight data and cockpit voice recorders on Monday of a passenger plane that plummeted into a gorge on approach to a new airport in the foothills of the Himalayas officials said, as investigators looked for the cause of Nepal's deadliest plane crash in 30 years. At least 69 of the 72 people aboard were killed, an officials believed the three missing are also dead. Rescuers combed through the debris for them, scattered down a 984 foot deep gorge. Many of the passengers on Sunday's flight were returning home to pokhara, though the city is also popular with tourists since it's the gateway to the annapurna circuit hiking trail on Monday evening relatives and friends were still gathered outside a local hospital, some shouting at officials to speed up the post mortems so they could hold funerals for their loved ones. Later, some did receive the bodies of relatives. It's still not clear what caused the crash which took place less than a minute's flight from the airport on a mild day with little wind. Nepal's civil aviation authority said the aircraft made contact with the airport, which began operations only two weeks ago from near city gorge, a witness who recorded footage of the plane's descent, said it looks like a normal landing until the plane suddenly veered to the left. The twin engine ATR 72 aircraft operated by Nepal's Yeti airlines was completing the 27 minute flight from the capital Kathmandu, Tupac Hara, a 125 miles west. It was carrying 68 passengers, including 15 foreign nationals, as well as four crew members, Nepal's civil aviation authorities send in a statement the passengers included 5 Indians for Russians, two South Koreans, and one each from Ireland, Australia, Argentina, and France. U.S. climate envoy John Kerry backs the United Arab Emirates decision to appoint the CEO of a state run oil company to preside over the upcoming UN climate negotiations in Dubai, citing his work on renewable energy projects. In an interview on Sunday, the former U.S. Secretary of State acknowledged that the Emirates and other countries relying on fossil fuels to fund their state coffers face finding some balance ahead. However, he dismissed the idea that sultan algebra's appointment should be automatically disqualified due to him leading the Abu Dhabi national oil company. Activists, however, equated it to asking arms dealers to lead peace talks when authorities announced his nomination on Thursday. I think that doctor Sal ten Al jaba is a terrific choice because he's the head of the company. That company knows it needs to transition Kerry said, after attending an energy conference in the emirati capital. Still, Abu Dhabi plans to increase its production of crude oil from 4 million barrels a day, up to 5 million, even while the UAE promises to be carbon neutral by 2050, a target that remains difficult to assess and one that the Emirates still hasn't fully explained how it will reach. Skepticism remains among activists over algebra, however, a call by countries, including India and the United States for a phase down of oil and natural gas, never reached a public discussion during cop 27 in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el Sheik in November. Activists worry that cop being held in the Middle East nation reliant on fossil fuel sales for a second year in a row, could see something similar happen in the Emirates. You can subscribe to 5 minute news on YouTube with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker or enable 5 minute news as your Amazon Alexa flash briefing skill. Subscribe, rate, and review online at 5 minute dot news. 5 minute news is an evergreen podcast covering politics inequality, health and climate delivering independent, unbiased and essential world's news. Daily. 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"doctor salim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About 3500 years ago a pharaoh died amenhotep was wrapped tightly in perfect linens and mummified and nobody knew what was under those linens That is until now This mummy is very special It's the only mummy that has never been unwrapped in modern times Doctor sahar saleem is a radiologist at Cairo university in part of the Egyptian mummy project Doctor selene put the pharaohs mummy through a CT scanner to find out just what he looked like without having to unwrap all that delicate cloth There were 30 amulets in between the wrapping and also insight And also the king was wearing a wonderful belt made of 34 gold beads But the real surprise was his teeth I looked at the teeth of the other kings and queens Most of them they had dead teeth but it was amazing that a lot of the king had nice maybe he had a good hygiene Doctor Salim says these ancient remains offer some insights for our own time They are like a time capsule We can know their health condition The teeth hygiene the ancient diseases that they had These are all important for our modern understanding of the natural history of diseases Our modern understanding of civilization Which for doctor Salim is the point Doing this work is a blessing It has the joy of unwrapping a Christmas gift Although in this case she got the gift without unwrapping it This is NPR news This is doubly NYC coming up today on O'Brien layer show linguist professor John mcwhorter digs into the history of swear words and why they hold so much power Plus New Yorker writer jelani Cobb talked about the 1968 kerner commission report and why those findings overlook then remain relevant today That's this morning at ten on 93.9 FM 20 43 right now actually 44 in cloudy in the city going up to 50 WNYC supporters include New Jersey theater alliance live theater is back all across New Jersey their opening night opening right campaign is a pledge by all member theaters to protect the health and safety of all who come through their doors Learn more at.

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"doctor salim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Semitism and sexism And the estate of Joan B C krok whose bequest serves as an enduring investment in the future of public radio and seeks to help NPR produce programming that meets the highest standards of public service in journalism and cultural expression It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve inskeep And I'm Sarah mccammon We're bringing you stories this week from Joplin Missouri This is a city just a few hundred miles west of parts of Kentucky that were leveled by tornadoes this month It's a community that knows firsthand what kind of impact that devastation can have A decade ago one of the strongest tornadoes in U.S. history destroyed a third of Joplin Frank Morris of Casey has this report on a mental health program that was established there to help residents cope An enormous tornado with winds topping 200 miles an hour turned Joplin Missouri into a case study on building failure I remember after the tornado we had one home just a few blocks from here that was actually sitting in the middle of the road upside down Brian wickland is Joplin's chief building official He says new homes going up here now use more steel to secure roofs to walls and walls to foundations following national standards established after the Joplin tornado And it's not just houses that are better prepared The tornado forced officials like Joplin's emergency management director Keith stammer to think big If I had walked into a disaster planning committee meeting with a scenario in my back pocket that basically wiped out a third of Joplin and caused this to not be able to help ourselves from the get go I'd been laughed out of the meeting Not now that is in our planning So planners like stammer are now gaming out bigger and more complex disasters He says that the tornado also forced a cultural change in the way that first responders deal with post traumatic stress Stanford says the old model was to just suck it up But all of a sudden when all of you or many of you are having psychological problems emotional problems this you become much more empathetic You become much more sympathetic And that goes for average citizens too Doug walker is a clinical psychologist from New Orleans who travels the world helping community struck by disaster When he got to Joplin he found residents reluctant to talk about their feelings When you ask someone how are you doing I'm fine I'm good You know Joe Smith needs you down the way What kind of list of 5 things to check on Work relationships play sleep and consumption food drugs and alcohol He says a Joplin focus group hit on a simple question that opens up informal therapy How's your 5 And a lightbulb went off in my head and I'm like you just managed to put together a peer on peer support that really has never been done before Here on peer support that walker says he's used to get disaster victims talking from Florida to Fukushima But of all the good ideas following the tornado Vicky measley executive director at Ozark center a group of mental health clinics and Joplin says one stands out like a light at the end of a tunnel The best thing that happened to us is when the school superintendent said we're going back to school in August The superintendent was CJ Hough and the goalie set was a tough one Half the schools were severely damaged And many of the teachers students homeless hust timeline less than three months to get the district back on its feet That was a walking heart attack I gained about gosh 60 pounds I think I'm a stress eater and we all have our coping mechanisms and mine was ice cream and lots of coffee lots of coffee Lots of ice cream CJ huff got school started on time by building classrooms and abandoned big box stores He was a local hero all over national news But he says that a few months later exhausted distraught citizens began fighting him at every turn One of the things I learned is that when emotion and logic collide emotion wins every time It didn't matter what we brought whether it was data or subject matter experts It didn't matter Huff was demonized by some residents He says he considered suicide and was eventually driven out of the job The commissar says he wasn't alone Several years after the tornado you started to see major change in leadership positions She says that includes the city manager at a hospital president Now Hough is a disaster consultant and he says that every single one of his colleagues are former public officials ousted after a disaster All of them We call it the exclusive club that nobody wants to belong to Huff says disillusionment follows every disaster As recovery timetables push back Ashley mickel thought who was Joplin schoolboard president when the tornado hit Sees it as a cautionary tale So Kentucky listen up Don't do that Just know that your leaders today are making the very best decisions that they can The job is recovery is gone pretty well The tornado killed a 161 people and destroyed 8000 structures But the city is managed to grow since And there's little doubt that Joplin probably the rest of the country is better prepared for the next one From here I knew some Frank Morris in Joplin Missouri About 3500 years ago a pharaoh died a mano tep was wrapped tightly in perfect linens and mummified And nobody knew what was under those linens That is until now This mummy is very special It's the only mummy that has never been unwrapped in modern times Doctor sahar shalim is a radiologist at Cairo university in part of the Egyptian mummy project Doctor selene put the pharaoh's mummy through a CT scanner to find out just what he looked like without having to unwrap all that delicate cloth There were 30 amulets in between the wrapping and also insight And also the king was wearing a wonderful belt made of 34 gold beads But the real surprise was his teeth I looked at the teeth of the other kings and queens Most of them they had dead teeth but it was amazing that the avant of the king had nice maybe he had a good hygiene Doctor saleem says these ancient remains offer some insights for our own time They are like a time capsule We can know their health condition The teeth hygiene the ancient diseases that they had These are all important for our modern understanding of the natural history of diseases Our modern understanding of civilization Which for doctor Salim is.

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"doctor salim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The politics of it. I mean, I'll save that for a little bit later, but I just wanted the FAA cues from someone like yourself and it's Dr Salvia. Johnny is a doctor of pharmacy for the men's health Network has been doing this for a long time. Um, before I can switch up to the mask topic here in schools. Um, a couple things relative. He kind of laid out the difference between emergency use and full use. And that's a we've had now six months in durable and literally millions, probably the largest sample size ever, people have had it. And through the bear system, it says. There's really nothing that people are dying of. They weren't down before so its efficacy is already proven. What exactly is a breakthrough? When when you have when you talk about breakthrough? What does that mean A breakthrough virus. Well, what it simply means is that you have been fully vaccinated. And you have somehow become infected through with Covid. Which is expected and then you have symptoms that break through the vaccination. Uh and now the vast majority of individuals who have been vaccinated get very, very mild symptoms. Some don't even notice. That they have symptoms. Uh and they feel a little aching pains, runny nose. Maybe, uh, some, you know, just fatigue. Uh, but you have clinical signs. Signs that can be observed of an infection after you've had a course of full vaccination. We expected that Scott. Uh, we do have an occasional case, and I heard some number of crossed out somewhere about 10,000, but I don't think it's said that of individuals who have been fully vaccinated and died, Uh, with cold, and I think your observation that they didn't necessarily die of covid. But they died with carbon there after the day, you know, I think there's a big distinction here. If you have a stroke two weeks after the shot, it doesn't mean that the vaccine caused the shot. It means you know, there's a percentage of the population overall, little little have a stroke and It just happened to coincide with the back, see right, unusual medical sorrowful events in young people as well as older people. That's just What happens all the time If you worked in the hospital and clinic, see that 1st 10 firsthand, But we I think there's a misperception of the vaccine prevents you from getting The covid virus into your system, and that's not true. You know, barrier. There's no force field put around you, but what it does do is immune. You from getting the severe side effects of the vaccine, right? Why do we need a booster? Why are we talking about boosters now? Well, I believe that it was always Thought by the folks who develop this who that decades of experience. Developing vaccines advisor for example. That a Busta was going to be in the cards. We didn't We don't know. How long do you immunological passivity last? Uh, we're seeing now, with regresses with time It gets slower with time. That's very much expected. That's why the boosters for tetanus heat up and boosters for looking coffin boosters for other vaccinations. Uh, you know, across the board, depending on where you are, so that was not unexpected. So the booster Is coming now, as of September, 20th for the folks who were in the first cohort because the data shut out. That the androgen levels of antibody levels reduce overtime to somewhere around eight months where you need to re educate if you will take a refresher cost. Remember the MRNA vaccine. Teach your body how to make The end of the everybody's two hours, you have to re educate or the body system on how to fight those viruses. It will also push up. The antibody level and you will have much higher levels of protection. So some of the breakthroughs that we're seeing People believe and again. This is Scott because they're very new thing that we're looking at with this virus, and this virus behaves a little bit differently than other viruses. The breakthroughs we believe, or because the antibiotics level Are not as high as they could be. And you want to prevent that from dropping to the point where we will end up with getting the virus being hospitalized or having a severe reaction. Let me interrupt a second doctor, Sal Joe Johnny, because only got a couple minutes left, and I wanted to switch real quick to mass right now. In the tri state and pretty much everywhere else in the world. There's a debate over whether kids going back to school should mask or not mask. If it's a big deal, Parents are going to war with school boards and the like. Despite a more overwhelming number Americans saying it's really.

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"doctor salim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Or having a severe reaction. Let me interrupt a second doctor, Sal Joe Johnny, because only got a couple minutes left, and I wanted to switch real quick to mass right now. In the tri state and pretty much everywhere else in the world. There's a debate over whether kids going back to school should mask or not mask. If it's a big deal, Parents are going to war with school boards and the like. Despite a more overwhelming number Americans saying it's really not that big deal, but nonetheless what do you say to parents who don't want their kids wearing masks? For whatever reason, some saying they can't breathe? They can't study. They can't read lips. They can't. Um uh, you know, and I would agree. They probably aren't wearing them properly to begin with, because their kids are still going to touch their face and inside their mouth and things like that. But All that included. What do they do They do anything? Should we have a mask mandate or not? For kids going back to school? They do do something for Children as well. It just It's common sense. You know, it doesn't block 100% of the virus. Anybody wears glasses and wears a mask knows that you still have The ability for the respiration to come out. But it does blunted, and that's why it's important for everyone in the area to have masks so that you're protecting yourself from these the scribes, But instead of when you converse ease, you know it projects out. Some people say six FT. Some people say three FT. But it projects out and it's the droplets that carry the virus that you can breathe in and get the infection. So, yeah, I do Think mass. Wearing masks in schools for Children is not unreasonable. If parents want to take the chance that their Children will be exposed to the virus and tax the virus, I do think that they have a right to refuse their Children to wear masks. But they're putting their Children at risk. And we have my wife and I have five wonderful Children and 10 grandchildren and they are basking, uh, you know, and I don't understand why that's Problem. Kids don't like sitting in a school chair. All of a sudden we start listening to kids what they want. What? They I'm uncomfortable. That's fine. I don't want to eat my vegetables. Okay, fine. Right. Well, it's important to listen to that. So I don't want to navigate completely. But I do think we have an obligation to explain to them help them understand how this helps protect themselves And how how to protect grandpa and Grandma as well as Mom and dad. If you're an older mom and dad, a lot of Lot of folks have had their Children in their forties and fifties. Now, uh and they are more highly susceptible to the virus and their kids. So you know, it helps protect all the way around. And if you happen to have a person who's immunologically compromised at home? For whatever reason, and a child and a young child goes back and forth school. They can shuttle back and forth that virus very easily. That's that's a very dangerous situation. So even if you've been vaccinated and you're immunologically compromised You still can have some very bad consequences if you get infected with Covid. Yes, it's interesting. The the machinations that people go through to justifying the kids in the mask is like, Well, if we just left everything up to kids, they wouldn't eat broccoli, and they wouldn't go to church. So, uh, all right, They have their dessert for breakfast. And like, Hey, we're gonna go. Let's go. Let's go all the way. Dr Salinger. Johnny is always on the show this morning on 700 wlw. He is a doctor of pharmacy. From the men's health network. And thanks so much for the inside, always appreciate coming on the show. Always my pleasure. Scott have a good day to be a health union lecture. I have. There you go. You got some facts about covid and the mask thing, too, And we'll continue talking about that. And I have a kind of an accident ground here with where things are headed, especially at the state Legislature, where the debating given an exemption. Any business doesn't want you to have a vaccine, or at least have their employees vaccinated and Um, for the life of me. I can't figure out this thing out. Anyway, We'll talk about that at 5.3749 7000 Quick time out. We got news and more to follow on 700 wlw with a world trapped in fear and chaos, American streets dripping with lawlessness and my crummy neighbor who lets his dog use my lawn is a toilet. We are all in need of a man of Values. Yeah, a man of substance. A man who never takes up two spaces in the parking lot. And that man is Bill Cunningham, Listen to Willie.

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"doctor salim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"8 47 100 wlw Sloan's in 906 Doctor Sal Giorgianni as his guest on vaccinations and The ongoing mask battle. I have been talking about this Republican hearing going on today in Columbus, a number of local reps back this whole idea. Idea being that an employer does not have the right to decide whether or not his or her employees should be vaccinated, including those who run hospitals. Hospitals. Should allow their staff to be unvaccinated when dealing with some of the sickest people on the planet. And they think this is a good idea. I don't I mentioned to the cholerae before the break that Corporations have the absolute policies because they have to And if somebody starts a business and maybe you've got a handful of people 23456 people, you're starting your building and getting better. People know each other. They cover for each other. Get along well together, and there's a certain number you hit where that starts to go by the wayside as a business gets bigger. And you mentioned someone. I need you back from lunch on time. Well, she was gone for 17 minutes longer last Wednesday and all that nonsense starts and all of a sudden you have to have the policies. Because then you're going to be accused of preferential treatment. This person over that person. And you have to. I mean It's not just corporations, businesses, companies, whatever of a certain size, you have to start mandating those sorts of things because of all the bickering among your employees. When I said, you know, it's there because employees insist on it. That's kind of what I mean. They won't stop bickering and comparing themselves to their or you cut so such and such a break when that happened. Have some examples. I could use blind enough time. Alright, 8 41 and whether we have them backs mandates John at the point to make from Georgia. What's going on, John? Hey, Michael, How are you? All right, Thank you. A bit of a different perspective on Vaccination mandates. Take your job, for example, Mike, you have to show up on time. You need to make sure you don't say anything stupid with a hot mic. Uh And you have you have an employee manual right? And the company I work for? Mind probably 100 pages of various expectations. I have to live up to to stay employed with this company. And why is a why would anybody look at? Uh, vaccination as anything different? You have to perform your job. You have to do certain things. To stay employed yet I heart media Mike, and if you don't do those, we're not going to keep your job. You can go work somewhere else where you don't have to do those things. I couldn't agree more. I mean, it's reason enough to say we want you vaccinated because we don't want you missing from your position for a month to six weeks while you recover. If you can avoid that we want you coming to work every day from that's not a vacation day or whatever or another sick day from now until the end of your employment. Expecting your people to show up at work and Taking whatever precautions they can take to to do. That is not unreasonable to me. I agree. Yeah. Cause you're a bright man, Jeff. You were John. John. Uh, I'll, uh, take that. Take my word for it. Thanks. Alright, So, yeah. Yeah. Gene. What? Dig? Yes, I'm here. Thank you for having me on. I certainly appreciate it. Well, you called me so at least I could do. Yes, I did. Because I think I have a little. You know, I'm trying to understand fairness and all this crazy world. I just explained it to you. But there is something we need to understand. You can push and push so far that people have to have to have that's required. I have the shot and I'll get the second. The third shot. I think there's a reasonable expert. Explanation there. But can a society pushed so far as it has done in history, and that's where people are a little bit afraid. We can push so far and but its history and you have to understand history and it takes for a while to go to that point. But if the government gets so much power that it has total control, then guess what you have. So you're opposed to this Republican bill because this is the government wanting power. They want the power to tell an employer you can't make your people get vaccinated right now. Right now. Everybody has its total freedom to do as they choose. Republicans want to restrict. Well, let me tell you something. Am I? Republic only because I'm pro life. But at the same time are all Republicans. Perfect. I didn't say they were perfect. Either. You like this idea, or you don't And guess what. You have to be understanding of science, and if you don't, then you don't want to learn as much as science can teach. But in the long when there's all said to also to the power of government and can this can we lose a balance that's necessary to keep Freedom we can. Republicans should stand down this whole idea. And Jean, I thank you for checking in. Did a marvelous job, Jeff and catering. Yes. Hey, what's going on? Big time. Hey, listen, I want to have a some new light to this thing. I don't think I've heard it before. But, um as far as I know, 600,000 people died of this virus right? And, uh, What have you got in your car this morning girl to work said you know what? I'm not gonna put on my safety belt and the cop pulls you over and says Skins along here's your ticket or what have you said? Don't want to drive 70 on around 95. Well, it's against the law. Isn't that just to protect you the same way if you got the virus, and they ordered you to get the virus, what's the deal? It's actually less restrictive because the government's not saying you have to get the shot. It's what they did. Allowed people see it as you're putting something into your body is different than wearing a seatbelt. But there as the vaccine situation stands right now it is less restrictive than wearing a seatbelt. Less respected, restrictive than speeding. The government is not telling you to do. They're encouraging you, but there's no mandate to do one thing or the other. Okay. All I'm saying is that they said yes, you have to. I could kind of see it. That's all that's all. God. I can see that to a degree. That you thank you. See you check our traffic chucks in charge. Yes, I am. What's going on from the You see how tramping center you see how transplant.

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"doctor salim" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Into your time 7 42 well in Israel, the Health Ministry says the fights are covid vaccine is that 64% effectiveness in preventing infections, However, It notes that the vaccine still has 93% efficacy in preventing hospitalizations and severe symptoms. And that's a very important piece of this doctor. Sal Giorgianni is on the Cocoa news Live line. He's the senior science advisor to the men's health network in the past chair emeritus of the American Public Health Association. Good morning, doctor. Good morning. You know, Donna, thank you for having me on the program Well, and that brings me to this because Pfizer has come out and said, We are pushing for a booster shot. But the CDC is not. Why is there this discrepancy? Well, I think it's a matter of understanding CDC, FDA language and reading, uh, down in the paragraphs. What I believe the CDC FDA says that they are not Endorsing the notion of the need for booster at this time and in regulatory language, that kind of means we're thinking about it where we have not made up our mind, and it does take time to make up their minds. I think that the Israeli data that you, uh after in sterile, Iran has given some people a little bit of a heightened awareness about the potential problems for the Delta virus. Dell Barbarian No. One Knows if that data from Israel is quite as solid as it seems to be. So they're looking at it a little bit more. Uh, so there are questions there. That are floating around. No fighter is meeting today with the regulatory authorities to talk about their view about the need for a booster and I, uh, advisor modern up have for quite some time. Believe that a bushel will be necessary. The question is, I think in my mind that if we will need a third injection or a second, you have to change a But when is the best time to do it? Six months a year? Two years? We simply don't know. Now Don't Matt. Most vaccines, efficacy wane over time. Well, many of them do some of them. Don't uh, for example of tetanus. It certainly wave anybody who was, you know, works in areas where you might become, it would affect this. Problem. You know, you should be getting vaccinated periodically things like measles and moms. They tend to last four out for a very, very long time Flu vaccine we know and The SARS virus is not exactly and flew back. New virus. What is Justin cousin that we need every a year or so because of the number of variants that come out and the way that the vaccines You know, protect you, So I think it varies all over and that's that's really the big, uh, $64 billion question here. Madonna. When will the community Wayne from these vaccines? Spicer seems to think Based on their data and remember, these folks have tons and tons of data. They seem to think that that's going to wane after six months or a year. So what is your advice to people who are at risk who are hearing this and they're concerned because they are at risk. Well, first of all, if you have not been vaccinated you you really do need to be vaccinated. You need to be a dead end for the virus of the virus somehow gets into you. You want to not Let it do any damage to you don't want to be able to spread it. And you know people think this is a benign thing, But it's not as this long haulers sick, drawn up to 30% of people who have Get cold. It can have some mental health problems going on down the line to get the list. Depression, anxiety. We don't need any more of that, Uh, girls who have been vaccinated, stay tuned. Be open to the notion that getting had their second or third shot Anyone where they've gotten bison maternal of Jake J. And J's vaccine is a good thing. It boosts up your protection. It protects you from the variants that we know about now had very importantly, did on the variants that we don't know about. There probably are more coming. It's likely that there are more coming, so you really need to stay vigilant. This thing is not going away. And it's a troubled war with a very, very hardy virus. Doctor Sal Giorgianni on the cocoa News. Live.

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"doctor salim" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk

Teen Mom Trash Talk

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on Teen Mom Trash Talk

"Keep trash-talk, awesome. All right, well, speaking of some help addy is the only one going to school in person. I think that she's only one going to school in person cuz she's the only one that wants to go to school. Okay. But she's also the only one they don't want in the house cuz she's annoying, he's really annoying. So now the twins got in a brawl the night before I couldn't really understand Thomas. Okay. All right. So basically I think that maybe Ali had a video. So curly had a video of herself dancing on her phone and she didn't want straight to look at it because she's embarrassed. Oh, they were like just fighting over that. I thought Straight had a video of curly dancing. Baby was dead. Making fun. Maybe. Okay. Well, regardless there was a video of Dan there was a? Yeah. So now I don't know if we've ever met Lee has six year old friend, Kathy. Okay. I was like is this Jeremy's mom? Who this is the babysitter. Yeah. Right. It's the babysitter but they can't say that. Why can't? Why is this show so against having a baby? So I don't know. It's so why don't we try this, right? Cuz we know that some friends, it's her six-year-old friend right in the town has he's coming over my friend. Kathy. All right, so now wage like how she talks to Cathy and she's like, yeah. Ali and Aleeah, it's like, who write Street and pearl. Why are we naming our kids? The same thing. Thank you Tracy. Why? Also I love how she make sure that straight Ally knows that she can't share because of curly Ally. But why does she do this? She does this, but then it's like, so at ease allowed to go to school, right? But I'm not allowed to go to cheer but but that's what. Does it make sense to me? I don't get that. So then Leah's is a lot of fake crying in these. Confessionals. Yes, she does. And it's like, girl, come on. I know Chicago has a remote doctor's appointment. She puts on her cat ears. Love. This is the same doctor, you know, doctor to Sal. He's so nice. Um, why does Leah talk to her like she's five years old? She Leah talks to her children like no offense by this, like they're dumb things. Curly have a doctor's appointment, do you know who you're going to see on the home screen? Going to see ducted? So do you know what it's about? Like she talks like like she's a puppy like early. Like her. Kids are puppies, right? So they oh, you want your daddy to join office? Okay, let me. Exactly. Dude said he's going to come home now. Would be like, Mom, I'm going to punch you in the I know and she's like, are you going to tell? Doctors, tell you have your wheelchair here. She's like, well, I mean I don't cuz it's my dad's, right? And she said, Yeah, it's a stupid. All right. So now Doctor Sal has great news. They've done a lot of research..

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"doctor salim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR's Nurit, Aizenman explains. Dr. Laura McCoy is an infectious disease researcher at University College London. The group of people that I'm particularly interested in are those living with HIV. She's been studying how well their immune systems respond to vaccines against Covid 19. Specifically the Pfizer vaccine. So far, it's worked quite well for HIV positive people. But there's a catch in her studies. All of our participants had really quite well controlled HIV. Normally HIV attacks the immune system. That these patients were on anti HIV medications that were suppressing HIV is impact. What we hadn't yet seen was how people's immune response was affected when they're HIV was effectively out of control because they weren't on medication. Then in a clinic she was working with an HIV positive patient came in who was not on any meds. The HIV virus had decimated this person's immune system. For instance, there were very few functional B cells, or T cells, crucial players in the immune system and as it happened just 16 days earlier. This person had gotten their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Typically, two weeks after the second dose, a person's blood is teeming with antibodies against covid. But with this person we actually couldn't see Any measurable levels of anti Corona virus antibody in the blood. Even after 44 days once this person had been put on HIV meds, and their immune system had recovered. They still have not produced any covid antibodies in response to the vaccine that's really quite extraordinary. These results published in the journal The Lancet this month match similar recent findings that the vaccines may not be effective for people who are immuno compromised for other reasons, cancer patients and organ transplant recipients on immuno suppressing drugs. Doctor Salim Abdelkarim directs South Africa's Center for the AIDS program of research, he says this suggests in countries around the world. A lot of people are at risk. Most countries will have immuno suppressed individual and he says it's time to connect the dots to a wider problem. Specifically, Abdul Karim and his collaborators recently followed the case of a woman in South Africa who was infected with the coronavirus at a time when her HIV was uncontrolled. It took her body seven months to clear the coronavirus. In the course of that train, the virus undergoes multiple mutations. And step by step, These mutations morphed the virus into a version of the variance of concern that have fueled new surges across the world. HIV positive woman became a call. It has been for the creation of a whole lot of new variance. She literally has recreated the steps. And that finding echoes a handful of similar studies. Abdul Karim, who also co chairs South Africa's advisory committee on Covid, 19 says his takeaway is this immune suppressed individuals are really important in this pandemic. Protecting them needs to be made a top priority for their own sake and to slow the emergence of variance. And there are potential solutions. For instance, a recent study of organ transplant patients who were on immunosuppressant drugs found that giving them a third dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine did have some effect. Similarly, McCoy's work on HIV positive patients suggests if you make sure a person's HIV has been treated before you give them a covid vaccine. The vaccine will work. The keys is Abdul Karim will be to ramp up research on all this. This is a new scientific puzzle, he says. And we've only just begun putting the pieces together. Jarrett, Aizenman NPR news As negotiations continue to lift US sanctions on Iran and revive the 2015 nuclear deal. Iranians wonder if and when the long promised economic rebound might ease their hard times. On a visit to Iran, NPR's Peter Kenyon found people struggling with rampant inflation. In.

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"doctor salim" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on WJR 760

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"doctor salim" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on WJR 760

"Let this happen to you at the distance to our sole purpose is to keep you out of surgery by treating the cause. Not just your symptoms are high tech. Non invasive treatments are designed to fix your disk and avoid surgery. If your neck back or psoriatic pain is due to herniated, degenerative or bulging disks called today 586416 disc That's 586416347 to doctor Sal Koga. Hi. This is Joe Gannon, your appliance doctor and a consumer advocate known from here to Washington for the past 10 years, my wife and I only deal with Farmington drugs and medical supplies located on the corner of eight mile in Farmington in Lavonia. Better prices than anyone else service with a smile and they make you feel like family. They are absolutely the best in the business. They will work with your insurance questions and even deliver free of charge all the way to Grand Rapids. 15% off in store purchases on all medical equipment You may need to recover. You will not purchase your medical supplies for less. And if you wish to save a lot of money, you owe it to your pocketbook to stop by Farmington drugs and medical supplies. Call them at 2484783922. That's 2484783922 or their website at Farmington drugs dot com. Introducing in person payments from PayPal, a touch freeway for your customers to pay and tip whether you're a hot dog vendor Mustard.

"doctor salim" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"doctor salim" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Every baby catch a charge and it's just biding your face. He knows like a credit card happened Time I want to rot kicker kind of wild look in my mouth like my dad could die by me. I'm surprised that you're playing with this guy. I don't want your part that big next truck right in this little box. Let me dream. Make a stream. Don't pull it. You see, I don't cook. I don't clean. But let me tell you how I got this three gobble me drip down inside of me, but you let it get inside of me and I don't wanna put it. Never tell him well being burned down on the floor of heaven. I mean, Doctor, Sal, Thanks. So good call while you ride that, like we ain't never got one more thing. You already made his mind right now. So can your coat is waiting? Thank you bought a phone, just pictures of his way to pay my tuition. Just kiss me on this way, not make your brain if you want to see somewhere where we're looking in the hard hit. I need a deep. I need a heavy trick. I need the world's most not a gun. It's Nick. I need a King Cobra with a hook Any hope of lead. You got some money, then that's wrongheaded took in one. Just like this credit. He's got a beard. When I'm ready. I didn't do that. Betty. I don't want to speak. I want. I want e want to. I want to touch that touch that some in the back of my mind. Fucking inspired son. The son. He's going to try coming up side. Your writing that down because Bahama weather that speaker he trying to Sonny, I'm afraid handcuffs. We should switch my wig make him feel like he can put him on his knees. Give some to believe in and have a lot of fight. But I'm looking for beating the change from the one that each if he ate my The bottom feeder Stample Big Tamina..

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