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"doctor turner" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:53 min | Last month

"doctor turner" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Won't do speed it up the white christmas. If with every christmas card i write killed and there you go. I need a faster tempo film. And thank you very much margaret gray with. I'm dreaming of a white christmas now joining us from cloverdale. Colorado is doctor turner and we want to wish him a happy holiday checking in with and run I'm sorry to hear because barbara's told me that you had i guess. A romantic interest of yours has flown. The coup benue broke up with kerry. yes i was by my side. Uh with our. We're trying to his mother's house. Just gotta get his seatbelt. Yeah it. I broke up as i don't know how to explain it to you but it was something it's rights devastated be. It's just absolutely devastating But it also was hit a glad that it happened. Because i intended it to happen given what i what i did. What what did you do. Well i to be just be blood. I bought a new hope as you know it Just south the denver area. Congratulations thank you. It's a beautiful home then as all the amenities that we also put a pool. It's bop beautiful fireplaces vaster bedroom. And so i do that. Jerry was attracted to be or at least i thought she by the attracted it part donald the way but apart because of my buddy. I think that's kind of an occupational hazard with guys such as myself who have a lot of money Interested in you. Because of that. Yes i do. I buy interested for if they're interested me at all for my personality but.

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"doctor turner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The marches and protests and we have more of them this afternoon we start with can extend seventy Emily Valdez she's live in Hollywood Emily our approach has there's got to be thousands of people are more and more people are starting at right now that protesters are marching westward down Hollywood Boulevard no graffiti alluding to what people are doing instead is keeping pace with the paper that say black lives matter along the route I just witnessed that it's the same I would pretty awesome the black lives matter protesters hugging and shaking hands with the CPR that are lined up blocking the freeway entrance on Hollywood Boulevard and the well no wind I asked doctor Turner how how's he said yes some people are yelling out but he says it's really useful great protest a lot of people have been friendly to them so that's the scene here in Hollywood businessman Purcell okay and I'll be out here reporting live Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio hundreds vocal but peaceful protesters showed up at LAPD headquarters downtown LA part of the continuing protests over the death of George Floyd this protest March by prayer not anger the March was a joint effort with LA ministers and black lives matter and as the occupied first and main the call one up for silence of the crowd and police in the skirmish lines took a knee as prayers went out with also known later mayor Eric Garcetti met with the protesters speaking with the leaders of many of the crowd all there was a change of the phone the police while he was there and waving a sign saying fire Jackie Lacey there was no overt hostility the marchers the movie Grant Park for a louder longer but still peaceful protest in downtown LA P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio more than one hundred people have addressed the LA police commission over the last several hours with.

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New York - Study to determine incidence of novel coronavirus infection in U.S. children begins

WBBM Early Afternoon News

01:50 min | 9 months ago

New York - Study to determine incidence of novel coronavirus infection in U.S. children begins

"The national institutes of health is conducting a study to learn more about how cool that nineteen is affecting kids most children have milder corona virus symptoms in adults that has doctor Turner rule reports some of inward severe complications I would never in a he instantly and be in the hospital sixteen year old karla Duarte is a corona virus survivor the high school junior from New York is one of the relatively few children in the U. S. to have severe complications from cove in nineteen our numbers when I think probing asked again level was not improving doctors told Carla's mom Anna they had one treatment option left in ECMO machine which pumps and oxygen needs the patient's blood outside the body when they told me about the machine they said you know this is fifty eight after seven days on ECMO and five more on a ventilator Carla's condition finally improved she was sent home after twenty one days in the hospital you never had any medical problems before that serious cases like Carlos are rare complicating the efforts of investigators we have much less experience because the children are just getting lost six so there are many fewer children interacting with the healthcare system and being tested Dr Tina harder to a Vanderbilt school of medicine is leading a new NIH study remotely monitoring about two thousand children and their families in eleven cities nationwide she says that more data should be collected before a decision is made to send kids back to summer camp or school I think it's really risky to base decisions about this based on the fact that children get less sick from this virus because that does not equal children being less likely to transmit the virus we're not completely sure what are the risk factors for why these children get sick with co

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"doctor turner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A compassion international sponsored just text the word child to eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now I'm jacquard WBZ twenty four hour traffic network Brian Thompson checks the accu weather forecast or to see the sky clear out a bit as we head through tonight a low down to thirty seven a Boston it will drop close to thirty in some outlying areas I think we will start the day off tomorrow with a fair amount of sunshine but then a cloud up it will turn windy with a couple of showers or thunderstorms later in the day and thunderstorms could produce damaging wind gusts and downpours high fifty four coming mostly clear tomorrow night will be brisk a low down to thirty three blustery and colder Wednesday despite a lot of sunshine forty nine high on Wednesday but that wind is going to be a factor gusting up to a size forty five miles per hour we keep real feel temperatures in the thirties and Chile a sun gives way to clouds Thursday high fifty three I make about the B. to route just Brian Thompson WBC Boston's newsradio and cloudy skies forty one in Boston the dental practices mark R. Turner of Taunton is currently operating on an emergency only basis if you have a dental emergency and require treatment called five await eight two two nine three eight seven and leave your information someone from doctor Turner's office will contact you by the end of the day to schedule treatment again for dental emergencies call doctor mark R. Turner of Taunton I finally eight two two nine three eight seven and leave your information thank you for your support as we all do our part to get to our current situation opiate addiction doesn't discriminate it can happen to a student a sister a coworker a mom or a dad that's exactly why anchor medical group in wellness centers treat their patients with dignity and respect call five oh eight nine five one await for seven for consultation at any of their four locations in Walpole we miss Hudson or new Bedford you can visit anchor medical and wellness dot com anytime acre medical group in wellness centers no judgments just dignity respect and help.

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"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

07:20 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Other insurance discount not available in all states or situations I'm Gail came with Anthony Mason and Tony to call our doctor Turner rule is here with the lessons at the U. S. can learn from our other countries responding to this outbreak sometimes I wonder did they know something we don't when we see they shut down the whole schools are restaurants are empty but let's talk about that drive by program what can we learn from that what impact does it really have so this was really ingenious and so creative and you know South Korea took a lesson from what happened with their experience with Mars back in twenty fifteen where they really were not prepared and so in in this sept you're able to basically drive up have a sample taken within ten minutes you're not exposing others to potential infection and this gives you really up broad big picture of the disease and that's what you need you're picking up a lot more cases and what that allows you to do is get a more accurate case fatality rate so we are screening more people an additional hours you to really isolate where the infection is coming from so you can better control it and it also allows you to get treatment to people faster so that broad based screening is a really big deal but we don't have enough test kits according to vice president pence how do we learn from other countries to better manage our response here what we need to start learning from other countries and really speed is the critical thing you know we know that even in general medicine the quicker you pick up on a disease the quicker you can treat it and deal with it and that is also the case with epidemics and pandemics and so one of the other things that other countries have done a good job at is this concept of social distancing some not congregating in mass areas where you could potentially get exposed you know in South Korea they have a marketing campaign now where they're saying you know hold on let's not get social no so we have a lot to learn CBS radio and CBS news radio dot com our folding phones already yesterday's news hi I'm Brian Cooley from seeing that in search of the next big thing phones with folding screens hit the market last year as the cutting edge of new mobile tech some flip open like a matchbook others open more like an actual book but two new prototypes from TCL will bend your mind one has a so called dragon hands that lets its folding screen hinge into places like one of those free standing three panel dividers you might use to divide a room we can go from a full ten inch tablet down to a six point six inch phone though it's very chunky when it's folded down to that level their other prototype has a scrolling screen on rolls from the body of the phone when you want more display essentially half the screen is like a tiny embedded window shade that pulls out only when you need it these are both prototypes but it seems like twenty twenty will be another year of folding screen trial balloons know what's next at scenic this is CBS news radio the past week has seen a dramatic shake up in the race for the democratic presidential nomination five candidates have left the race following pivotal contests in South Carolina and on super Tuesday Joe Biden has a chance to continue the momentum he picked up in those contests this coming Tuesday when six more states vote buying is leading in the delegate race over Bernie Sanders they are the last two major candidates left in the race as Nicole Killian reports they're now taking aim at each other and I'm here tonight to ask for your support EastEnders rallied over six thousand supporters Friday night in Detroit it was the first of several stops on a weekend camping swing through the Great Lakes state if we are going to defeat trump in Michigan and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin it will be very hard for a candidate who voted for these disastrous trade agreements now trailing in delegates the remote senator kept up his attacks on newly minted front runner Joe Biden from trade to his position on federal funding for abortions and he accused the former vice president of trying to cut social security bieten responded on Twitter get real Bernie to produce a trial Biden has been on a tear raising twenty two million dollars and racking up a slew of high profile endorsements the latest came from former presidential candidates John Delaney and devol Patrick as well as Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot in many ways is worse than Sanders spoke out after an incident at his Phoenix rally Thursday a man displayed a **** flag sparking widespread condemnation the house in the United States of America somebody bringing forth the most a testable symbol in modern history a symbol of which over four hundred thousand brave Americans died trying to defeat this on speaker on speaker by didn't sympathize with Sanders I don't care who you're supporting attacks like this against a man who could be the first Jewish president are disgusting and beyond the pale Nicole Killian CBS news Washington CBS news update we re passengers aboard the grand princess cruise ship off the coast of California are eager for Monday to arrive twenty one people aboard the ship have tested positive for corona virus they're expected to disembark and get treatment captain John Smith announced that some passengers will be allowed to spend time out of their rooms being approved to begin a program to rotate guests to get some fresh air and sunlight I just wish the past that we will prioritize the persons that are occupying inside staterooms first Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf says I have received some very strong assurances that this operation will employ the best isolation practices note that the operation will be conducted in a manner that minimizes the time for the grand princess to be at the port of Oakland CBS news update I'm a real Garcia when you need to know turn to CBS news radio CEO radio I'm ray Hoffman getting the right people is really what matters and that's a week sell it more on the people side the people side of technology is where Harley Lippman operates his twenty one year old New York based company genesis tens supplies I. T. talent to hundreds of corporate clients could be teams a good little you be hundreds of people could be ten or twenty or it could be one or two it all depends on what's needed and it does so on such a high level that the consultant said employees who have an average fifteen plus years of recruiting experience showing ninety six percent satisfaction rate with Harley Lippman himself routinely ranked among the top fifty American CEOs in USA today's annual survey and if you talk to him for any length of time he'll bring it back to the idea of technology is a people business the end of the day when people think of computers and I. T. they tend not to think of individuals but it's still people that put the data in and decide everything Harley Lippman founder and CEO of genesis ten more vitamin C. E. O. radio at radio dot com I'm very often Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken.

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"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"A hundred and three plus a dry cough if I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn things and I was removed from the ship and and place in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spreads here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation in our cabins in the prince and the diamond princess with proof inputting of that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see it's just a matter of time before many of again deal we've got to get him off the ship get a mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that but getting off the ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world meaning you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly knew what happened we projected to a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up in the United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be infected that way SO terror in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's more the parameters here yeah.

dry cough Tokyo sickness director Dr Ben Gupta United States Seattle seasonal influenza CBS doctor Turner Michael Osterholm university of Minnesota Italy China South Korea Italy
"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Get Valentine's day aren't you brings us together I'm feeling fine I had a high fever of a hundred and three plus a dry cough if I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn taking stand I was removed from the ship and and placed in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spread here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation the inner cabins in the prince and the diamond princess with proof input into that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see is just a matter of time before many of get deal we've got to get him off the ship you're mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that began a month to ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world music you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly would happen we projected a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up in the United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be infected that way so terrible in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms.

Valentine fever dry cough Tokyo sickness director Dr Ben Gupta United States Seattle seasonal influenza CBS doctor Turner Michael Osterholm university of Minnesota Italy China South Korea Italy
"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Three plus a dry cough if I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn taking stand I was removed from the ship and and placed in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spread here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation the inner cabins in the prince and the diamond principles proof inputting of that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see it's just a matter of time before many of we can deal we've got to get him off the ship getting mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that but getting off the ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world meaning you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly knew what happened we projected a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up in the United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be affected that way SO terror in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's more the parameters here.

dry cough Tokyo sickness director Dr Ben Gupta United States Seattle seasonal influenza CBS doctor Turner Michael Osterholm university of Minnesota Italy China South Korea Italy
"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I had a high fever of a hundred and three plus a dry cough if I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn taking stand I was removed from the ship and and placed in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spreads here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner will is back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship for second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation in our cabins in the prince and the diamond principles proof input into that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see is just a matter of time before many of get deal we've got to get him off the ship you're mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that began a month to ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world music you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly knew what happened we projected a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up in the United States today's Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be infected that way so terrible in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's of one of the parameters here.

fever dry cough Tokyo sickness director Dr Ben Gupta United States Seattle seasonal influenza CBS doctor Turner Michael Osterholm university of Minnesota Italy China South Korea Italy
"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Cold my wife and I get Valentine's day or do you not brings us together I'm feeling fine I had a high fever of a hundred and three plus a dry cough if I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn taking stand I was removed from the ship and and place in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spreads here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation the inner cabins in the prince and the diamond principles proof inputting of that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see it's just a matter of time before many of him deal we've got to get him off the ship get mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that because I'm off the ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world music you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly knew what happened we projected to a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up new United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be infected that way so terrible in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's aboard the parameters here yeah I think.

Valentine fever dry cough Tokyo sickness director Dr Ben Gupta United States Seattle seasonal influenza CBS doctor Turner Michael Osterholm university of Minnesota Italy China South Korea Italy
"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn taking stand I was removed from the ship and and placed in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spread here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation the inner cabins in the prince and the diamond princess was proof inputting of that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see is just a matter of time before many of again deal we've got to get him off the ship you're mine land youthful quarantine in there if you want to do that to get him off the ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world music you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly would happen we predicted a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up new United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be infected that way so terrible in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's more the parameters here yeah I think it's an interesting question and certainly this image there was a change this past week and so basically that change said that anyone can get tested with the permission of their doctor but what we're looking.

Tokyo sickness director Dr Ben Gupta United States Seattle seasonal influenza CBS doctor Turner Michael Osterholm university of Minnesota Italy China South Korea Italy
"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"If I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn taking stand I was removed from the ship and and placed in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spread here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation in the inner cabins in the prince and the diamond principles proof inputting of that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see it's just a matter of time before many of get deal we've got to get him off the ship you're mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that but getting off the ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world meaning you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly knew what happened we projected a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up new United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be infected that way so terrible in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's more the parameters here yeah I think it's an interesting question and certainly this image there was a change this past weekend so basically that change said that anyone can get tested with the permission of their doctor but what we're looking.

Tokyo sickness director Dr Ben Gupta United States Seattle seasonal influenza CBS doctor Turner Michael Osterholm university of Minnesota Italy China South Korea Italy
"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Call for confirmation conditions equal housing lender listens office dates and all summer thirty thirty for doctor Turner will is here to talk about the medical response to all of this I know intellectually we shouldn't panic but guys when I went to see German agreement do you have your stethoscope in your purse could you feel my forehead my gambling chills your your mind just goes all sorts of places I've been to China have been Italy been in contact with anybody we keep hearing that the the elderly are susceptible who else is susceptible to this so we're all susceptible this is a new virus but the question is in who does this become serious and exactly what you said the L. early hours of sept are more susceptible to this virus becoming a serious pneumonia and having further complications so in China the data that we're analyzing they found that fifteen percent of those over eighty died so we're really talking about those over sixty seventy eighty that are really after is okay so what's interesting is that children for some reason seems to be less susceptible to this virus whether it's because they're not getting the infection or because they're not mounting as severe a reaction to it in addition to those with chronic medical conditions so those who have chronic lung disease hypertension cardiovascular disease diabetes obesity this is the population of people that need to be a little bit more concern given what we what we're seeing here in the U. S. how likely is a spike in serious cases here we're definitely going to see more cases so people shouldn't get alarmed every day when we come on the air and say we have another we have another case we have not been testing in this country as they have in other parts of the world for months even doing thousands and thousands of tests internationally we've done about five hundred we check the whole country right we just sent out four thousand test kits last week seventy five thousand this week a million by this weekend so there's no doubt we're seeing the tip of the iceberg we're absolutely going to see more cases there has probably been a low level of community spread in our country for several weeks and we will see more severe cases that are compromised what's the number one thing a person do to protect themselves so the basics we've talked about the hand washing sanitizing coughing or sneezing into your elbow don't touch your face avoiding those things like handshakes that we talked about and then you know keeping your surfaces clean some disinfecting at home don't share dish you know planes here tells us there terror if it if it mimics the cold and flu how do I know people know that they should go get the test right so someone just called me last night in town I came back from a trip and I have a low grade fever what should I do and so you what you need to do is pick up the phone and call your doctor and call your or call your local health officials and and basically they will triage you based on what you're telling them and they have guidance from the CDC which is telling health care professionals who should be screened or who should be suspected and then they will do a swab of your nose and your throat or sputum sample and send it off our doctor thank you very much follow us on Twitter at CBS news radio clear Crawley is the new bachelorette the thirty eight year old California native previously appeared on the bachelor season sixteen of the bachelorette premieres may eighteenth on ABC judge Judy will end after its twenty fifth season in twenty twenty one and Judy Sheindlin is moving on to a new series called Judy justice Sheindlin did not disclose where the new show will air judge Judy premiered in nineteen ninety six and has won multiple Emmys celebrating AT T. birthday today rocker Jon Bon Jovi is fifty eight James Bond star Daniel Craig is fifty two and which start twenty eleven to help is the daughter of director Ron Howard that would be Bryce Dallas.

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"doctor turner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Music starting to feel like a melting pot of all different kinds of styles of music Holland at the WBZ water cooler is ten twenty six all Lole woman has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than a hundred and eighty thousand dollars from a local animal hospital federal prosecutors say thirty two year old Sasha soul near of Lole pleaded guilty to six counts of wire fraud on Thursday in Boston federal court prosecutors say that she been a client relations specialist at an animal hospital and had access to the clinics management software and accounting data and then use that access to make nearly five hundred falls transactions over about four years is ten twenty seven a new road can do a lot for your home add life and color tire room together make things a little bit nicer a new road can also do a lot for your spirit lift you up make you feel young and knew the rugs feature to Dover road going home to an especially good job of that traveling throughout South Asia shopping the largest rock shows in Europe Dover road in home is brought back to New England all that's new and exciting in the rock world hand knotted rugs woven by artists combined texture materials and new and beautiful ways colorful rugs incorporating the silks of recycled saris the native dress of south Asian women Russia they have never been more interesting and more modern or more uplifting have a look and if you decide on a Dover road rest assured that all of our rugs come with a lifetime that's lifetime trade and guarantee Dover road in home Third Avenue Burlington three ninety storage treat Boston and backward all began on route nine in Natick Hey Dan whose accent is you go to practices for conscious sedation yeah you're thinking about doctor mark our Turner of twenty I've got such high anxiety about having dental work done and I love the idea of not feeling anything or remembering I was there before I started seeing them I used to have to go to my old dentist all the time multiple painful visits now with doctor Turner most procedures like take one trip in my anxiety is born do you know if it does dental implants he sure does I lost a tooth and I heard that an implant will be an excellent way to replace that he did a few dental implants for my brother and he used his new Serik machine he finished in one visit the work that takes other dentists multiple visits to do you should call doctor mark our Turner for an appointment.

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"doctor turner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Caused by a possible combination of cleaning chemicals twenty staff and residents were evaluated at the scene two staff members transported to a hospital with what are described as non life threatening conditions the area was ventilated prior to staff and residents being allowed back in Boston's mayor welcomes the city's board of health okay and proposed changes to tobacco and nicotine product sales the call for meant and menthol nicotine and tobacco products to be sold in verified adult only tobacco retailers Cork in the calendar could mean kids ending the coming school year later than usual in a number of school districts WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with a school official in Foxborough school usually starts in Foxboro the day after Labor Day but next year the holiday doesn't fall until September seventh school committee chair Tina Ballenger says if they started classes September eighth yeah case scenario if we have no snow days the last day of school of June twenty first if we have our five snow days that we built into our calendar that puts us on June twenty eight instead the committee is considering starting classes on September first teachers are on board we already have had conversations with our teachers union and they preferred the earlier start because the later we go into June the less effective the days are for actual learning for students can tell the class WBZ Boston's news radio in sports the Celtics edge the kings one oh three to one oh two don Huff WBZ Boston's news radio Hey Dan who's that is to go to practices Boral conscious sedation yeah you're thinking about doctor mark our Turner of Taiwan I've got such high anxiety about having dental work done and I love the idea of not feeling anything for remembering I was there before I started seeing them I used to have to go to my old dentist all the time multiple painful visits now with doctor Turner most procedures like take one trip in my anxiety is gone do you know if it does dental implants he sure does I lost a tooth and I heard that an implant would be an excellent way to replace it he did a few dental implants for my brother and he used his new Serik machine he finished in one visit the work that takes other dentists multiple visits to do you should call doctor mark our Turner for an appointment for more information.

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"doctor turner" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is doctor Turner overdrive right I have that album remember albums sh that was before you can marry your phone I'm I'm on a date with my phone right now I'm I'm busy I can't look you in the eye welcome back the Rush Limbaugh show my name's Ken Matthews eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two well we go we were talking about what I think is a fundamental shift within the Democratic Party and I think what we're finding out is that there are more rational all in the Democrat Democrat party than we think and there's no option for them there's nobody running at this point that someone like the gentleman we just play the sound bite of the city council I play them because here's here's a local level guy who has reached his limit with the way his party treats him when he has a different opinion this is something that conservatives have been pointing out for years about our opponents it any you see it with everything you see it with the walk away movement you see it with the black sick movement if you fit into a particular Democrat or liberal progressive category you're a person of this you're that you're part of this caucus are back office and you do not follow the script there's hell to pay and I think the blow back from that and I think it really reached a fever pitch during Obama's of eight years of Obama's the blow back for that will be felt in twenty twenty because I think I I've never met this gentleman who I played on the air a moment ago Mr Rizzoli from New Jersey but I think he's the type of guy who twenty twenty is going to say you know what let's give trump another chance at least he feels this way this way this way in this way and you know it's really a sad day for the Democrat party when you think about it when president trump has more in common with the needs of their constituents then today and that's because they went off the rails I wanna go to Tricia in Houston Texas hi Tricia you're on the Rush Limbaugh show how how are things in Houston I hope good we're doing very well I have been to twenty two trump rallies all across the country and that's part of what we did we walk up and down the line so very very long lines at the rallies and talk to people I have my myself and my husband have talked to thousands and thousands of people and among those people a large percentage are Democrats and they they have walked away to to use that term from the party because and and I've I've heard this over and over again because they going crazy it's just that they sell it's true that's what they say they they don't have anywhere else to go what you what you were just on that is so true they don't feel they have anywhere else to go in and trump is by far the the better choice for them and they see the results of what he does well he has a great record of so far so good knock on what he certainly isn't perfect but he's actually he's putting the majority of common sense Americans in the position where they go you know he's actually doing a pretty good job all things considered absolutely yeah when you look at the fact that the media has written this guy and this is also going to blow back I think on the media because the media has been missing these things that are taking place within the party the things that you're seeing people do not trust the media I can tell you that they do not believe a word the media says.

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"doctor turner" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"In in doing so the work in the you'll he had done in russia uh really have webbing you'll we we were these that i felt i was you'll prepared for some of that in the uh but again dead the the the main thing was to uh uh just beer mind is keep focused on the mission that we had and get it done and not get uh yet taken off on a distraction award to do something that uh you know may throw a monkey wrench into the whole were a situation so the doctor turner again you've spent time in north korea and i wanna know if you believe based on what you know now and you've made it clear you're not privy to any classified information or anything now of that nature but i wanna know if you feel based on what you know uh from open sources and other sources you may have how if north korea's changed much since the time you were there years ago it it does seem to have changed this significantly in is in for as far as this economics are concerned for example uh it it was in everything belonged to a state in now that now the situation is young people meet their quotas than anything over and above that uh they can sell narrowing it so that's one of the things that help them to overcome their food shortage problem uh also others vince you have to give some cell phone a usage is tightly monitored with the your into north korea as well as some uh things exchanging things they dvds and cds and things like that for south korea although there some very strict.

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"doctor turner" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"doctor turner" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"The latest planetary abducted were guy over here a doctor turner it's a layman's question yes but it's a good question all right don't let the the good what's the latest pledge check it out the latest planet that we've been checking out all right doctor tunnel dopey so condescending but waiters planet if the planet co l fifty one it is a meg mega pre if the classification of planets that be to can't support of sub what we called very very primitive life for that would be the thick bora bora complex boss or pods ghabra something like that it is possible because of the abundance of water because of the richest of oxygen and because of the rapid a revolution of the rapid the time but it takes for this planet to go around the sun and at the same time have its own rules trajectory uh we feel that it's possible that this gum the pond scholarly moss uh that again that's about as it could have some intelligent life to it so a civilization of basically algae intelligent algae uh and if you wanna go further to say as science fiction is it going to attack the planet earth ido dole could yes algae could build so brockett uh we intelligent g announced building stations be to say this to tell as well how intelligence diligent as algae yet i told dole we're going to find out l 54 can teach us that's what i say.

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