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Two residential schools in Canada are named historic sites

Native America Calling

03:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Two residential schools in Canada are named historic sites

"This is national native news I'm Antonio Gonzalez to former residential schools in Canada have been named national historic sites as down. Carpenter reports the schools which represent a dark history are now being recognized as one of the events that shaped Canada to schools added to the official roster of national historic events are in Nova Scotia and Manitoba. It's the first time a residential school has been named in such a way Canada's environment minister. Jonathan Wilkinson says. Is Not, just about telling the good things. It's also about recalling the more challenging aspects, commemorating and understanding history not celebrating it. Perry Belgarde is the national chief of the assembly of first nations bell. Guard says first nations people still feel today the intergenerational trauma of the residential schools and it's part of our shared history. It's dark history of in terms of our shared history, but Canada and everybody needs to learn from that, and again, we've always said that those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The residential schools are described as a dark stain on Canada's passed the government funded church run schools were designed to assimilate native children. Into white culture thousands were physically sexually emotionally abused the schools which operated from the mid eighteen hundreds for more than a century for national native news. I'm Dan Carpentry Chuck at top US health official recently visited Minnesota which included meeting with tribal officials. Call Prima with Minnesota Native News has more is August drew to a close the White House's Corona Virus Task Force coordinator Dr Berks visited Minnesota, and met with both state and tribal officials. Dr Burke said she's impressed with how Minnesota has responded to the pandemic using a data driven approach however burks says she's concerned with the rate of positive cases. The state is seeing in the twin cities and surrounding counties. This state has gone from two to five to now nine counties over ten percent. That trend is worrisome this late into the summer to combat rising cases burkes is urging minnesotans to continue wearing masks and socially distance during the pandemic. Even if many may be feeling fatigue to all the guidelines in her visit to Minnesota, burks also stopped Duluth and met with tribal officials with the Fund lack of Lake Superior. Chippewa. Were really terrific I, think across this country being able to meet with a tribal nations has really been extraordinary is impressed by their ability to have institutions that could support isolation within their community and I think really ensuring that they have the resources and the wherewithal to prevent outbreaks. Dr Brooks says fondling efforts and the efforts of tribes across the nation is a good thing to see given that native Americans are disproportionately affected by covid nineteen. Burke. Says Native Americans, who were already suffering from health disparities pre. Pandemic are more likely to suffer life threatening complications due to covid nineteen compared to other racial and ethnic groups nationwide across the United States. Still, the number one group that has the highest fatalities related to this virus are native Americans, and so really ensuring that we have continued to focus resources and meeting their needs you Minnesota about six hundred and twenty covid. Nineteen cases have been confirmed among the native population so far according to recent health data thirty, three of those cases resulted in death I'm co Primo. Former principal chief of the Muskogee. Creek. Nation. George Tiger is expected to report to prison September fourteenth to begin a one year sentence for bribery charges. Muskogee media reports the US Attorney's Office for Oklahoma. Says Tiger accepted bribes of more than sixty thousand dollars during a time period between two thousand, seventeen to two, thousand and nineteen. He was sentenced last month to the prison term two years supervised release and a ten thousand dollar fine. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

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Let's Chill With the Quarantine 15 Jokes

Therapy for Black Girls

04:35 min | 2 months ago

Let's Chill With the Quarantine 15 Jokes

"By now you've likely heard the jokes about gaining the quarantine fifteen. But which you might not have heard is why jokes and messages like this can be harmful. So today we're gonNA chat about it. For this conversation. I was joined by Dr Gail Brooks. Doctor Brooks is vice president and chief clinical officer for the Renfrew Center. She leaves the room through Clinical Excellence Board and the clinical training department, and has clinical and administrative oversight responsibility for Renfrew Residential Facility in Florida and for the nonresidential sites in California. Florida Georgia, Illinois North Carolina and Tennessee. For the past thirty years. She's treated patients from diverse backgrounds who suffer from eating disorders. Dr Brooks served as the eating disorder specialist in the HBO Film Thin has appeared on good. Morning America and has been featured in a variety of notable publications. A frequent presenter at conferences and workshops Dr Brookes, speaks on topics such as the treatment of the complex patient, eating disorders and cultural diversity. The interplay between eating disorders and trauma and eating disorders in Midlife women. Dr Brooks is a member of the I. ADP Board of Directors and former CO chair of the Academy of Eating Disorders Diversity special interest group. Dr Brooks and I discussed the link between trauma in eating disorders why there's been a spike in disordered eating during the pandemic. How to recognize if your relationship with food has become unhealthy. And the role that social media plays in eating disorders. If you notice something that resonates with you while enjoying our conversation, please share with us on social media using the HASHTAG TB in session. Here's our conversation. You so much for joining us today. Dr Brookes. Thank you for having me. It's great to be here. Yes, I'm very pleased to have you join us today because I know, we have been hearing lots and lots of you know jokes that aren't actually funny about like the quarantine fifteen and you know people thinking about their bodies a lot and we know a lot of our like self care strategies in terms of going to the gym in all of those things have been up in it, and so it feels like there's just a lot more attention than usual around like eating and body image, and so I'm glad that you were able to join us today for this conversation. While you're so right. I think all of those things that are impacting all of us, but in particular people with eating disorders I. Think are really struggling right now. Absolutely so I know dad. The National Eating Disorder Association's Instant Messaging Service has seen a seventy five percent increase in volume traffic since the pandemic begin, and I know that there is a lord connection between eating disorder, behaviors and trauma, so I wanted to hear if you could talk a little bit about you know what you think is really being triggered for people right now. Yeah, well I think in so many ways we're probably all being triggered by the crisis that we're in you, know I think the fact that we are in the middle of this whole the crisis, and also what's happening in sort of with racial inequity in all of that I think it's causing a lot of. Heightened emotion among us all. In particular depression, anxiety as well as other types of mental health conditions like eating disorders, disordered eating, and in even body image dissatisfaction are really on the rise over the last several months. Several factors that impact that the fact that we were sort of very quickly thrown into isolation, being asked to stay at home, really separate from our connections and also spend a lot of time around family members, which I think can be sometimes mixed blessing. But you know we're really social beings and I think when we don't have connection that that really does make it much more difficult for us to deal with the stressors in life, and to also to steal with with any sort of trauma that may have along with that I. Think the fears that we have around our own health fear of contagion anxiety about death I. Don't know about you, but I don't know that I ever really thought about death as much as I have in the last several months thinking you know, it could happen to me just as much as could happen to someone else, and so I think that can certainly be very. Of, scary?

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"dr brooks" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Hair salons nail salons tattoo parlors Dr Brooks can you weigh in on this because the people of Atlanta wants to hear from you as well as much as they want to hear from their governor how do you six seven C. place hair salons and nail salons and tattoo parlors were people where is this isn't what people have to inherently be close together what I've been trying to communicate over the last several days it's it's really important that the governors and mayors communicate critical information to their communities and show very clearly the data remember we wanted this data and evidence based the data that they utilize to make decisions and the data is that the mayor should use in each of the communities because it will have to be on a community by community opening because there are different communities and different places even in Georgia and so I believe people in Atlanta would understand that if their cases are not going down that they need to can didn't continue to do everything that we said social distancing washing your hands wearing a mask in public so if there's a way that people can social distance and do those things then they can do those things I don't know how but people are very creative so I'm not going to pre judge but we have told people very clearly in the president guidelines made it very clear about the expectations of phase one I remember phase one also included social distancing in restaurants social distancing in every place that was entertainment and keeping your own individual social groups to less than ten and we've been very clear in the guidelines and I think it's up to the governors and mayors to ensure that they're following the best they can each of those phases to make sure that both of the public is completely protected but the governors and mayors also need to communicate very clearly on the data that was used for decision making and make that transparent and available to their communities this is an example that you just gave are they doing testing before they go and we have to find that out that's why I'm speaking to the governor a little while and I'll be asking those questions please thank you Mister president.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:13 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I wanted to ask you a question asking you mention the impossibility of testing the entire American public still has to Surgeon General three hundred fifty million people you know what I'm getting at what I'm getting at is priorities and Dr Brooks is mentioned how there had been priorities in certain regional parts of the country and I wanted to ask you specifically about one industry in particular and that's food processing plants is there a priority to get testing food processing plants all across the country in that because of what happened it's a fair question to what happened in Denver because in Denver I've never seen I said what's going on we're looking at this graph where everything's looking beautiful and is coming down and then you got this one spike it's set I said what happened in Denver and many people very quickly and the by the way they were on it like so fast you wouldn't believe it they knew every aspect they have people going not only testing who did you see where were you how many people do you meet with you after dinner in somebody else's home where were you where did where did this number of people come from how to they are totally on it no this just happened I just saw it this morning I'm looking at everything smooth going down topping and then you have this one spike in Denver it's like where did this come from so we'll be looking at that and and we don't want cases like that happening this was but this is the kind of thing can happen this is a very complex is a very brilliant enemy you know it's a brilliant enemy they develop drugs like the antibiotics you see it interbedded yourself every problem now one of the biggest problems the world has is the German has gotten so brilliant that the antibiotic and keep up with it and they're constantly trying to come up with a new people go to a hospital in the catch they go for a heart operation that's no problem but they end up dying from from problems you know the problems I'm talking about this is a repair C. span radio programming from Friday there's a whole genius to it with fighting not only is it hidden but it's very smart okay it's invisible and it's hidden but it's it's very smart and you see that in the case like a Denver but I I you know I think we're doing well and and they're on Denver like you wouldn't believe I came in this morning was a flurry I said what's going on they said Denver as to what happened in Denver because Denver was still pretty well and they've got that under control but yeah that would be a case we do some very big testing as part of the more than sixteen million Americans filed for unemployment over the past three weeks it's Good Friday it's payday we're seeing troubling paralyzing lines at food banks around the country what do you say to those Americans in need right this moment number one I love them number two we're working really hard it wasn't their fault what happened news sometimes they don't do a good job and they lose their job that's one thing this is a case where we take the strongest economy in the history of the world which is what we had more people working in the United States Peter than ever before almost I mean look at the numbers a hundred and sixty million people almost just short of a hundred sixty excuse me so we have the greatest economy we've ever had by the way black unemployment Hispanic unemployment Asian unemployment the best numbers we've ever had in virtually every way and then you get hit like this and instrumental people that had great jobs that went out to dinner and they don't have any problems to take their family they were making good salaries all of a sudden you know use the term cold Turkey it's cold Turkey they go from that to having no money and waiting for their checks which are being process very rapidly but they still they have to go out and look for money it's a terrible thing all I say is we love them we're working so hard and they're gonna be back and I hope they're going to be back even stronger than before because I can't just to follow up and if you chose not to do in national.

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Data shows shocking racial disparity in coronavirus cases

The Frame

02:14 min | 6 months ago

Data shows shocking racial disparity in coronavirus cases

"We are also learning about a stark racial disparity in hospitalization rates according to NPR African Americans make up a third of hospitalizations despite only accounting for thirteen percent of the US population health disparities have always existed for the African American community but here again with the crisis how it's shining a bright light on how it's unacceptable that is because yet again when you have a situation like the coronavirus they are suffering disproportionately as Dr Brooks said correctly it's not that they getting infected more often is that when they do get infected their underlying medical conditions the diabetes hypertension obesity the asthma those are the kind of things that wind them up in the ICU and ultimately give them a higher death rate so when all this is over and as we said it will ends we will get all the corona virus but they will still be health disparities which we really do need to address in the African American community Camberley what else do we know about who's being affected most and why I think that the underlying health care disparities are are crucial not only not only in terms of these underlying conditions the doctor felt she was talking about but also in terms of access to health care you see black and brown people in the United States having you know much less access to health care and so that kind of exacerbates underlying conditions and also because it's still not entirely clear to most people who might pay for your medical bills if you have to go to the hospital it it's also harder for many people to go get to care because they're afraid of that debt at the same time the people who aren't able to social distance the people who are still out making deliveries working in restaurants so that they can make the food going working at grocery stores and stocking and working in the Amazon factories many and and other factors and stocking facilities a lot of these people do tend to be disproportionately black and brown people and are at higher risk of exposure and so we're seeing all of these sort of underlying themes bubble up and turned out in these terrible numbers that you see with a much higher death rate for people who are black

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"dr brooks" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Wanted to ask you a question about the testing you mentioned the impossibility of testing the entire American public still has Surgeon General three hundred fifty million people you know what I'm getting at what I'm getting at is priorities and Dr Brooks is mentioned how there had been priorities and certain regional parts of the country and I wanted to ask you specifically about one industry in particular and that's food processing plants is there a priority to get testing and food processing plants all across the country what you're asking that because of what happened it's a fair question to what happened in Denver because in Denver I've never seen I said what's going on we're looking at this graph where everything's looking beautiful and is coming down and then you got this one spike it's I said what happened in Denver and many people very quickly and the by the way they were on it like so fast you wouldn't believe it they knew every aspect that people go in not only testing who do you see where were you how many people did you meet we go out to dinner in somebody else's home where were you where did what a December people come from had it they are totally on it no this just happened I just saw it this morning I'm looking at everything smooth going down topping out then you have this one spike in Denver it's like where did this come from so we'll be looking at that and and we don't want cases like that happening this was but this is the kind of thing can happen this is very complex is a very brilliant enemy you know it's a brilliant enemy they develop drugs like the antibiotics you see it antibiotics used to solve every problem now one of the biggest problems the world has is the germ has gotten so brilliant that the antibiotic can't keep up with it and they're constantly trying to come up with the new people go to a hospital in the catch they go for a heart operation that's no problem but they end up dying from from problems you know the problems I'm talking about there's a whole genius to it with fighting not only is it hidden but it's very smart okay it's invisible and it's hidden but it's it's very smart and you see that in a case like a Denver but I I you know I think we're doing well and and they're on Denver like you wouldn't believe I came in this morning was a flurry I said what's going on they said Denver so what happened in Denver because Denver was so pretty well and they've got that under control but yeah that would be a case we do some very big testing we learned that.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Wanted to ask you a question about testing you mentioned the impossibility of testing the entire American public still has what we have to Surgeon General hold on what we have three hundred fifty million people you get injured does not what I'm getting at what I'm getting at is priorities and Dr Brooks is mentioned how there had been priorities and certain regional parts of the country and I wanted to ask you specifically about one industry in particular and that's food processing plants is there a priority to get testing and food processing plants all across the country what you're asking that because of what happened it's a fair question to what happened in Denver because in Denver I've never seen I said what's going on we're looking at this graph where everything's looking beautiful and is coming down and then you got this one spike it's I said what happened in Denver and many people very quickly and the by the way they were on it like so fast you wouldn't believe it they knew every aspect they have people going finally testing who did you see where were you how many people did you meet we go out to dinner in somebody else's home where were you where did where did this number of people come from had it they are totally on it now this just happened I just saw it this morning I'm looking at everything smooth going down topping out then you have this one spike in Denver it's like where did this come from so we'll be looking at that and and we don't want cases like that happening this was but this this is a guy I think can happen this is a very complex is a very brilliant enemy you know it's a brilliant enemy they develop drugs like the antibiotics you see it antibiotics used to solve every problem now one of the biggest problems the world has is the germ has gotten so brilliant that the antibiotic can't keep up with it and they're constantly trying to come up with the new people go to a hospital in the catch they go for a heart operation that's no problem but they end up dying from from problems you know the problems I'm talking about there's a whole genius to we're fighting not only is it hidden but it's very smart okay it's invisible and it's hidden but it's it's very smart and you see that in a case like a Denver but I I you know I think we're doing well and and they're on Denver like you wouldn't believe I came in this morning was a flurry I said what's going on they said Denver as to what happened in Denver because Denver was still pretty well and they've got that under control but yeah that would be a case we do some very big testing that's a question we learned that more than.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Wanted to ask you a question about the testing you mentioned the impossibility of testing the entire American public still has the surgeon general portal water we have three hundred fifty million people you get in there that's not what I'm getting at what I'm getting at is priorities and Dr Brooks is mentioned how there had been priorities and certain regional parts of the country and I wanted to ask you specifically about one industry in particular and that's food processing plants is there a priority to get testing and food processing plants all across the country what you're asking that because of what happened it's a fair question to what happened in Denver because in Denver I've never seen I said what's going on we're looking at this graph where everything's looking beautiful and is coming down and then you got this one spike it's set I said what happened in Denver and many people very quickly and the by the way they were on it like so fast you wouldn't believe it they knew every aspect they have people going not only testing who did you see where were you how many people do you meet with you after dinner in somebody else's home where were you where did what is this number of people come from how to they are totally on another's just happened I just saw it this morning I'm looking at everything smooth going down topping out then you have this one spike in Denver it's like where did this come from so we'll be looking at that and and we don't want cases like that happening this was but this this is the kind of thing can happen this is a very complex is a very brilliant enemies you know it's a brilliant enemy they develop a drugs like the antibiotics you see it interbody cages to solve every problem now one of the biggest problems the world has is the germ has gotten so brilliant that the antibiotic can't keep up with it and they're constantly trying to come up with the new people go to a hospital in the catch they go for a heart operation that's no problem but they end up dying from from problems you know the problems I'm talking about there's a whole genius to it with fighting not only is it hidden but it's very smart okay it's invisible and it's hidden but it's it's very smart and you see that in a case like a Denver but I I you know I think we're doing well and and they're on Denver like you wouldn't believe I came in this morning was a flurry I said what's going on they said Denver so what happened in Denver because Denver was so pretty well and they've got that under control but yeah that would be a case we do some very big testing so president we learned that more than sixteen million.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on WTVN

"Now the fourteen thousand eight hundred corona virus deaths that are being reported some of those may not be corona virus does remember one scarf queen told us yesterday day before Dr Brooks she said that they're chalking up every death they can to convert nineteen if somebody dies in a monument has member there if you die with cover nineteen your gonna be chalked up his diet because of covert nineteen if you have renal failure kidneys fail at the same time you'll have covered nineteen they're gonna say your died of kidney failure to secure data cover nineteen so could well be that some of these deaths being attributed cover nineteen or not meanwhile six point six million no Americans filed unemployment claims so what are we up to now well over ten minutes I've I've lost track of them we have what we're getting out but we have more people out of work with no end in sight then people who have died reportedly from corona virus some may not like that comparison the only point I'm making here folks is it everything that we have been told that frightens us into paralysis is turned out to be way over over shot and to me that matters if the matter is that they get away with being so damned wrong consistently and when they're wrong they are allowed to dictate our behavior I don't know how many one night when I gave you the number of coronavirus deaths said to be fourteen thousand eight hundred I don't know how many of you were stunned that it's that low based on all the numbers you've been hearing and the fact that this week and next week hello it's going to be bad Mr Limbaugh it's going to be the apocalypse it's going to be Armageddon it's going to be the seasonal locusts and they get away with this and they get and and and they dictate behavior and they are able to condemn the behavior they don't like and very often been right about anything yet and then they keep praising us for listening to them you're doing the right thing keep doing it.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:32 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on KNSS

"Top ninety seven and thirteen thirty KM SS now fourteen thousand eight hundred corona virus deaths that are being reported some of those may not be corona virus does remember one scarf queen told us yesterday day before Dr Brooks she said that they're chalking up every death they can to convert nineteen if somebody dies in a monument has remember if you die with cover nineteen your gonna be chalked up his diet because of covert nineteen if you have renal failure kidneys fail at the same time you'll have covered nineteen they're gonna say your died of kidney failure to secure data cover nineteen so could well be that some of these deaths being attributed cover nineteen or not meanwhile six point six million no Americans filed unemployment claims so what are we up to now well over ten minutes I've I've lost track of them we have what will get the part we have more people out of work with no end in sight then people who have died reportedly from corona virus some may not like that comparison the only point I'm making here folks is it everything that we have been told that frightened us into paralysis is turned out to be way over Hong overshot and to me that matters if the matter is that they get away with being so damned wrong consistently and when they're wrong they are allowed to dictate our behavior I don't know how many when I when I I gave you the number of coronavirus deaths said to be fourteen thousand eight hundred I don't know how many of you were stunned that it's that low based on all the numbers you've been hearing and the fact that this week and next week hello it's going to be bad Mr Limbaugh it's going to be the apocalypse it's going to be Armageddon it's going to be the seasonal locusts and they get away with this and I got and and and they dictate behavior and they are able to condemn the behavior they don't like and very often been right about anything yet and then they keeps praising us for listening to them you're doing the right thing keep doing it keep fighting keep being stationary at.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:32 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Ninety three point one KFBK right now the fourteen thousand eight hundred corona virus deaths that are being reported some of those may not be corona virus does remember one scarf queen told us yesterday day before Dr Brooks she said that they're chalking up every death they can to convert nineteen if somebody dies of pneumonia but has remember if you die with cover nineteen your gonna be chalked up his diet because of covert nineteen if you have renal failure kidneys fail at the same time you'll have covered nineteen they're gonna say your died of kidney failure to secure data cover nineteen so could well be that some of these deaths being attributed cover nineteen or not meanwhile six point six million no Americans filed unemployment claims so what are we up to now over ten minutes I've I've lost track of them we have what we're getting out but we have more people out of work with no end in sight then people who have died reportedly from corona virus some may not like that comparison the only point I'm making here folks is it everything that we have been told that frightened us into paralysis is turned out to be way over hot overshot and to me that matters it matters that they get away with being so damned wrong consistently and when they're wrong they are allowed to dictate our behavior I don't know how many when I when I I gave you the number of coronavirus deaths said to be fourteen thousand eight hundred I don't know how many of you were stunned that it's that low based on all the numbers you've been hearing and the fact that this week and next week all it's going to be bad Mr Limbaugh it's going to be the apocalypse it's going to be Armageddon it's going to be the seasonal locusts for and they get away with it so they got an end and they dictate behavior and they are able to condemn the behavior they don't like and they thought they'd been right about anything yet and then they keep praising us for listening to them you're doing the right thing keep doing it keep.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"That are being reported some of those may not be corona virus does remember one scarf queen told us yesterday day before Dr Brooks she said that they're chalking up every death they can to convert nineteen if somebody dies in a monument has member there if you die with cover nineteen your gonna be chalked up his diet because of covert nineteen if you have renal failure kidneys fail at the same time you'll have covered nineteen they're gonna say your died of kidney failure to secure data cover nineteen so could well be that some of these deaths being attributed cover nineteen or not meanwhile six point six million Americans filed unemployment claims so what are we up to now over ten minutes I've I've lost track of them we have what will get the part we have more people out of work with no end in sight then people who have died reportedly from corona virus some may not like that comparison the only point I'm making here folks is it everything that we have been told that frightened us into paralysis is turned out to be way over Hong overshot and to me that matters if the matter is that they get away with being so damned wrong consistently and when they're wrong they are allowed to dictate our behavior I don't know how many when I when I I gave you the number of coronavirus deaths said to be fourteen thousand eight hundred I don't know how many of you were stunned that it's that low based on all the numbers you've been hearing and the fact that this week and next week hello it's going to be bad Mr Limbaugh it's going to be the apocalypse it's going to be Armageddon it's going to be the seasonal locusts and they get away with it so they got an anime dictate behavior and they are able to condemn the behavior they don't like and they thought they'd been right about anything yet and then they keeps praising us for listening to them you're doing the right thing keep doing it keep.

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Trump Says U.S. Death Rates Likely To Peak In 2 Weeks

News, Traffic and Weather

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Trump Says U.S. Death Rates Likely To Peak In 2 Weeks

"It's going to get worse the peak in deaths rate is likely to hit in two weeks president trump during Sunday's covert nineteen briefing also announcing the social distancing working from home another wrench measures will remain in place we will be extending our guidelines to April thirtieth to slow the spread he said the greatest loss of all would be declaring victory over the pandemic before actually achieving it the president acting after huddling with his covert nineteen task force including National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases director Dr Anthony Fauci the decision to prolong not prolong but to extend this mitigation process until the end of April I think was a wise and prudent decision Dr Brooks and I spent a considerable amount of time going over all the data why we felt this was the best choice of us and the president accepted it

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"dr brooks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Felt she could come forward to discuss the number because I think the number I think that number is going to be a very different numbers and the numbers that you talked about plays that he might talk about that yeah thank you Mr president yeah the number I gave out is you know based on modeling and I think it's entirely conceivable that if we do not mitigate to the extent that we're trying to do that you can reach that number yeah yeah yeah it's possible I mean you could make a big sound bite about it but the fact is it's possible what we're trying to do is not let that happen so instead of concentrating on the upper and the lower we're saying that we're trying to push all the way down but the second part of your question was yes we feel that the medication that we're doing right now is having an effect it's very difficult to quantitative because you have to dynamic things going on at the same time he got the virus going up and you have the mitigation try to push it down but the decision to prolong not prolong but to extend this mitigation process until the end of April I think was a wise and prudent decision Dr Brooks and I spent a considerable amount of time going over all the data why we felt this was the best choice of us and the president accepted it so the direct answer to your question the idea that we may have these many cases played a role in our decision in trying to make sure that we don't do something prematurely and pull back when we should be pushing.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Felt she could come forward to discuss the number because I think the number I think that number is going to be a very different numbers and the numbers that you talked about please don't you might talk about that yeah thank you Mr president yeah the number I gave out is you know based on modeling and I think it's entirely conceivable that if we do not mitigate to the extent that we're trying to do that you could reach that number yeah yeah yeah it's possible I mean you could make a big sound bite about it but the fact is it's possible what we're trying to do is not let that happen so instead of concentrating on the upper and the lower we're saying that we're trying to push all the way down but the second part of your question was yes we feel that the mitigation that we're doing right now is having an effect it's very difficult to quantitative because you have to dynamic things going on at the same time you have the virus going up and you have the mitigation try to push it down but the decision to prolong not prolong but to extend this mitigation process until the end of April I think was a wise and prudent decision Dr Brooks and I spent a considerable amount of time going over all the data why we felt this was the best choice of us and the president accepted it so in direct answer to your question the idea that we may have these many cases played a role in our decision in trying to make sure that we don't do something prematurely and pull back when we should be pushing please.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The same thing here we had we had a stockpile that was deficient we had testing that was no good we had a testing situation that just wasn't right it was okay for very small cases but it was obsolete and it was broken and it was only good for a very small situation but what I'd like to do is I'd like to ask doctor felt she could come forward to discuss the number because I think the number I think that number is going to be a very different numbers and the numbers that you talked about places that you might talk about that yeah thank you Mr president yeah the number I gave out is you know based on modeling and I think it's entirely conceivable that if we do not mitigate to the extent that we're trying to do that you could reach that number yeah yeah yeah it's possible I mean you could make a big sound bite about it but the fact is it's possible what we're trying to do is not let that happen so instead of concentrating on the upper and the lower we're saying that we're trying to push all the way down but the second part of your question was yes we feel that the mitigation that we're doing right now is having an effect it's very difficult to quantitative because you have to dynamic things going on at the same time you have the virus going up and you have the mitigation try to push it down but the decision to prolong not prolong but to extend this mitigation process until the end of April I think was a wise and prudent decision Dr Brooks and I spent a considerable amount of time going over all the data why we felt this was the best choice of us and the president accepted it so in direct answer to your question the idea that we may have these many cases played a role in our decision in trying to make sure that we don't do something prematurely and pull back when we should be pushing.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on KGO 810

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"dr brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"What do you mean i mean i don't think that we would in your willett all at only another device if you're on your brain polls people to do as you wish i had enough of such tied to help unite did i proved you tonight that you can walk at that's nothing told them active with your nearly to death with that no that proper us kind george forget about didn't leave us out down with my friends what that beyond such a night i don't know you better find out hello yes sir alive say is calling inspector general scotland yard and constable urban of scotland yard oh come in come in inspector thank god you can hear i just had the right in my life that right now well what caused these people they frightened well no that's oddly a nice thing to do i could explain perhaps you better breath is my patient i'm dr brooks this is made god now george yes no and your doctor he's not a doctorate it'll just a missoula but i was giving mrs wentworth treatments and she didn't respond i'm sure that she was not really ill so i tied an experiment to see if i couldn't prove it and i thought she would have cost real i was i was trying to help her and what was the experiment right me to death making me think george was going to me oh yes you see that being all this talk about the murder the wife and i asked george to come in here when she was alone tonight and actors if he intended to strangle her fried cheek on up from her chair for the first time in months so you see the experiment did work rather rough on the patient though don't you think dr i tend to.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"But dr brooks didn't go to the village if she could have watched him she would see him making his way through the wet rotting vegetation of the overgrown garden to the rear of the cottage mrs wentworth might have wondered about that if she had seen but she didn't and so lot of olive come here where are you my dear husband were alive he'd hawks with that doctor for incompetence did you hear about the biggest way that's right leave it there anything else mom why don't they get on with the news this is the bbc regional programme before we get on with the regular news we have a special police the police warn residents of the county of devonshire we look out on the lookout for dangerous criminals wanted for murder this is description here's a man as about the lights have gone out of here quick oh oh dear well don't just stand there in the dark like the candles what have you got your khotan for but my husband has to have his supper com stolman.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Use and misuse of power can take place wherever we have institutions so when the producers approach dr brooks about making the film he was receptive dr brooks rather astutely pointed out that we can either let the men and watched them or they'll go off to a sound set someplace and make it all up and we'll have no control over how the oregon state hospitalised portrayed we were going to end the name can be oregon cedras rebel regardless if we're gonna have the name what are play the game and then at what point in the process did did you get cast two two centrally player south okay well manish marlin and a writer their helmand came and looked at the state house whenever in one of the empty awards for nearly six weeks while i would go around with a leg gauges and it reduce them to various people larry kept saying to me loesch me though sh can't do she dean that me as speedy and then monday got a call he shed disease mehta we'd like to come of a they've uv for us you've got at least five arrests for assault let me tell me about that i fights rocky marciano zdnet forty innings a millionaire that's true at is true meals forman throughout those parts of the script instead he just gave dr brooks the fictional patient history of ran amok murphy and told the doctor to do his job horses true that you went in for statutory rape that's true is it not there this tan absolutely true but dr she was fifteen years old on on thirty five again she told me she was eighteen she was very willing not i mean back tank to sell on my pants shut oh we get a lot of impressive brad gura jack was gene is there really many of the things that happen in the film are not in a spirit film professor douglas hunger i think that aidid foreman and humanizing the patients in a way that i don't think audiences in america had ever seen before all right now we want of it got him what are you laughing at mark beeney you're not in any you're not nam owning boyer a.

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"dr brooks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr brooks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Use and misuse of power can say place wherever we have institutions so when the producers approach dr brooks about making the film he was receptive dr brooks rather astutely pointed out that we can either let the men and watched them or they'll go off to a sound set someplace ace and make it all up and who will have no control over how the oregon state hospital is portrayed we were going to add the name is gonna be oregon state us rebel regardless if we're gonna have the name what are play the game and then a at what point in the process did did you get cast to two actually players elf okay well meals shoreline and a writer their helvin came and looked at the state hospital in one of the empty awards for nearly six weeks while island you go out with la gauges and if you do is them the various people larry kept saying to me loesch though sh can't juicy dean that me as speedy and then monday day got a call a shed disease valer sh we'd like to come up and they've u b for us you got at least five arrests for assault yeah but can you tell me about that i fights rocky marciano zdnet forty innings and millionaire that's true at his cia mueller's forman throughout those parts of the script instead he just gave dr brooks the fictional patient history of ran amok murphy and pull the doctor to do his job horses true that went in for statutory rape that's true is it not do this time absolutely true but dr she was fifteen years old gone on 35 dr can she told me she was eighteen she was very willing non amine back again tanked sell on my padsha oh we get a lot of impressive brad girth jack.

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