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"dr carey" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"dr carey" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Water, so they had to move the patients from their part of the warehouse. So the part where everybody was house and we had to move the mattresses even closer together, and it was trash full of urine and feces, all stacked in the corner in a place just smell it smell horrible. A judge has temporarily shielded some abortion clinics in Texas from being sued by an anti abortion group after the state passed a new abortion. In law. Illinois Republican Adam Kinzinger was asked about it on CNN. If you're going to do something on abortion, it's a debate that we should have that's open and not just opening people up. To be sued for any bit part in that process. Some have compared Covid 19 to the flu Pediatrician in chief at Omaha Children's Hospital in Nebraska. Dr Carey Simonsen says there's no comparison during a typical flu season. We usually hospitalized about 46,000 kids in a year with Covid. We've hospitalized over 200,000 concession workers at San Francisco's Oracle Park, where the Giants play have voted to strike. Kpi X TVs. Dahlin has more union says 96.7% of the concession workers voted to authorize a strike. They're demanding better health care and wages. The union is asking for a $3 per hour hazard Pay raise. Transportation Secretary Pete Buddha judge and his husband are new Fathers. Transportation secretary posted a photo on Twitter of the couple cradling Penelope Rose and Joseph August at the hospital. The couple share that they had become parents. Last month, Buddha judge made history into 2020 as the first openly gay man to win a presidential nominating contest, and he's now the first openly gay Senate confirmed Cabinet Secretary Lisa Matteo CBS News This is CBS stairs..

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"dr carey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In what is hoped to be a major recurring boost for Hong Kong. The government has eased most travel restrictions. Let's get it to Ed Baxter. He's got global news. Yeah, you're right Rich. That is the hope Hong Kong will officially short mandatory hotel quarantine to seven days for fully Vaccinated people from all but a short list list of high risk places. A chief executive Carrie Lam, marking the occasion, saying two weeks and no new infections, even with some loosening in the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson says it will be a tough year for travel but does say the national re opening looks to be on schedule. We're working very hard on that at the moment. It still looks to me as though July the 19th is a terminus point. The travel industry does, though, have events scheduled this week, saying the government is moving much too slowly. In the respect of reopening US is reporting 150 fully vaccinated Americans 150 million fully vaccinated Americans a bit more than 45% of the population, but In the same breath reporting case surges in the areas of the country, mainly in the south that are largely unvaccinated. Dr. Carey Althoff says. The vaccinates vaccinated are very, very well protected. Vaccinated persons can follow those CDC guidelines without masks, except in rare situations and really achieve that level of protection. That that 88% for the Mrna vaccines against the Delta variant itself, which is the one we're most concerned about. For Jane Jade's about 60% Doctor Althoff at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Medicine, but says the unvaccinated areas risk letting the virus spread and mutate while doing so, which could cause risk for the population as a whole. Down the road. Another step into the international chief Emergency director of the World Health Organization, Dr Michael Ryan says that is why it's so important to vaccinate the entire globe like picking a lock a combination lock. Some of the viruses have picked some of the numbers. Some of the other viruses a picked the other numbers, But no virus has really found that combination of transmissibility and lethal itty. The Delta Flyer variant is the most able and fastest and fittest of those viruses. Doctor, Ryan says, if not pandemic is not going to be over and in Hong Kong Pro democracy published next Digital says it may have to shut down Apple daily unless you can access funds this week in an email obtained by Bloomberg, it says it would happen at 11 59 PM Friday. It says it hopes employees stay until the end, but understands the need to find jobs in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Right, Brian. All right, thanks very much at the time here 22 minutes before the top of the hour. It's time for world sports..

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"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To the Larry Elder Show when we talk about double mascot, Remember, what we're really talking about? Is just trying to prevent the virus from being excreted by me into the air or me and hailing the virus from some wealth in the air. And it's both of function of face fit and face filtration. Think about your swim goggles was the last time anybody leaked that the lenses they look at the fit, and so what we're concerned about is that many of these face cloth coverings do have already compromised fit or filtration capacity. If you add on another mask, you may actually make the film. Tougher for the air to move through the two cloth area. And then at that point, it causes more air to actually leak around the sides, which actually enhances your ability to get infected. So I'm not saying that some couldn't be used in a better way. But at the same time, there are many that may actually you may do more harm. Let me just say right now, one thing that's really to me very important. As we see up to 25% of people who wear it under their nose. Triple 8971 s a G E triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are really factor dot com studio that is Dr Michael Austra home. He is a The lead doctor on the Biden Coronavirus Task Force. And here he is refuting the advice the doctor felt he gave just days ago in which Dr Fauci advised Americans to double up on the face mask. We're gonna put that in many more questions to my next guest. He is a seasoned gastroenterologist soc professor of medicine that you see l A on the board of trustees of the American Society of Gastroenterology, Endoscopy and on the board of trustees of a Chicago medical of Chicago Medical School, please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey. Be strong, Doctor..

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"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Factor dot com Studio in a few minutes. We're talking again with Dr Carey be strong. We'll talk to him about the new Corona virus strain, which is said to be more deadly more infectious and the strain for which the vaccine has been developed will. In fact, the vaccine. Vaccinate us against this new strain. What about other? Strange They're popping up. I hear they're nevermore popping up as well. Also going to ask him about this allegation that Dr Fauci was involved in a lab that with researching Engineering these vaccines in the lab. This kind of research, which the Obama administration stopped. But apparently Dr Fauci wasn't somehow indirectly or directly involved in Continuance of that kind of research, including research taking place at the lab in Wuhan. We're talking to doctor strong about all of that. Triple 8971 s a G e triple 8 99 17243 Stephen Hilton. Is a Fox news. Weekend host And last weekend, he outlined what he said was the connection between Dr Fauci and research. Taking place at this Wuhan lab research that is outlawed here in America. Here's what he said. Just yesterday. Off course, Dr Collins or Dr Fauci didn't create the pandemic on purpose that is obviously ludicrous. Dedicated their careers to fighting disease. There's not very little doubt. One of their weapons of choice in that fight did lead to this pandemic on. Actually, that wasn't an unthinkable accident and complete surprise. They were warned it could happen not only one but explicitly asked by the Obama administration to stop this kind of research Stop doing it and to stop funding it. They did anyway. For that. Truly, they must be accountable. I mean, who else should we hold accountable? It's not bi partisan about this Joe Biden band. This research thought least the administration of which he was vice president did in 2014. Collinson found she ignored that bad and continue to fund the research, which almost certainly ended up creating this pandemic. Why isn't Joe Biden furious about that? Hasn't the president or Jen Psaki or Dr Collins or Dr Fauci being asked about this? Are we still funding this stuff? Is it still happening in some lab some way there in China or anywhere else? Why is NIH putting out deceptive statements about their role? Thing this pandemic bad enough. Without US potentially funding on incubating. The next one. That was Steve Hilton. Just yesterday. Here's what he said last Sunday. No. Despite the controversy surrounding this type of research, always had one steadfast champion, a leading figure in the world of infectious diseases. Anthony Fauci. His institute funded that first ferret study. At the time, He co wrote an op ed in The Washington Post describing this research as quote a risk worth taking important information and insights can come from generating a potentially dangerous virus. In the laboratory. And shortly before the Obama administration's ban on gain of function research in 2014. Fauci commissioned this It was a project to assess the risk of new Corona viruses emerging from wild animals like bats. One of its stated aims was to see what viruses can infect both animals and humans. Pay close attention to these words right at the end of the project summary. Predictive models of host range I eat emergence potential will be tested experimentally using reverse genetics, pseudo virus and receptor, binding essays on virus infection experiments across a range of cell cultures from different species. And humanized mice. That is a description off viral gain off function research, the exact type of research that the Obama administration stopped. Found. She didn't stop it. Continued on I stopped contracting it to this group. ICO Health Alliance based in New York. It's run by big name in the field of virus research. Peter Dass AC He's a zoologist who specializes in wildlife diseases. His claim to fame and it's a big one is that he was the person who first discovered the bat origin. The Salt's pandemic just over a decade ago. Past like established that the virus came from bats via civet cat in a Chinese market ever since then, that's like developed a reputation as the Batman, he and his team would literally go to remote jungle caves. To collect bat samples for scientific research. Project that Fauci commissioned Gave ICO Health Alliance more than $3 million over the course of six years. Despite the Obama administration's ban on here, we come to the crucial step, which has never before being reported. Need to distract himself Subcontractor to keep peace of the Fauci project. Gain of function piece. He gave that to a well known center of expertise and gain of function. Virus research, which specialized in bat Corona viruses. Yep, he gave it to the Rouhani Institute of Virology. Question is They give it to us. Let's see what they did with the Fauci money. Steve Hilton Fox host. This is what he said last Sunday. In the project's results Page. There are 13 papers Colford by she, Zhang Lei, who is head of the Wuhan Institutes Infectious Disease unit. One of the papers was published in 2017. Roughly halfway through the project, Peter Dacic is listed as a co author. It's a kind of progress report. Inside the funding section off that paper is the idee off the Fauci Commission project. That's the money trail. Until now, The only reporting on Fauci is role in all this has been on his funding off the Wuhan lab in general, but tonight we can go further thanks to this paper. We can see the specific activity that Fauci funded and it's terrifying. So terrifying, in fact, that after we reached out to the NIH in Peter Death Sex Group for common, this paper was mysteriously taken offline on Friday for a while. We downloaded it weeks ago. Hear the details. We're putting the actual scientific language on screen now, but this is what it means in plain English. They collected samples of bat feces from a cave Nick. Coming in Yunan province, China, They found many novel back Corona viruses in the feces. They analyzed them and sequenced their genetic information. They then built Various climb marriage, genetically engineered new viruses man made in the lab. Infected human cells with them in the lab. They then showed that their man made viruses could replicate as a functional virus. Is the most important part. The genetic changes they made in the lab unlocked. Ah, highly specific doorway into the human body. Virus that causes covert 19 uses that same exact doorway. To be clear. None of the genetically engineered viruses created back in 2017 and reported in this paper with the exact ones we're dealing with now, but what they confirm Is that it was possible to make the covert 19 virus using the techniques developed in the Fauci project on that project continued for three more years. Three more years of experimentation. Three more years off, man made mutation. Now let's look at the actual covert 19 virus. How does it compare to the ones we know were made earlier in the Wuhan lab? The actual pandemic virus was found to stick to human cells. 10 to 20 times tighter And the original SARS virus, which is why it's much more infectious. Scientists would expect increases in infectiousness to happen through cycles of mutation, but with this virus it was there from the start. In a paper published in February. 2020. She's Langley confirms that the backbone off the pandemic virus matches one from the Wuhan Institute Library of collected samples. When we come back, we'll be speaking with Dr Carry strong by the way, one of the members of the Biden task forces What double masking, which is what Dr Fauci is advising. Could cause more air to leak out the sides and he's not recommending it. You mean Dr Fauci once again, suggesting something that's been rejected by other professionals say it ain't so. Triple 8971 s a G. I am Larry Elder. Do not leave town All across America, The Larry Elder show. Big.

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"dr carey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Gators and Chad show. Wait. Here we go. Gators and shad take a day off. Monica Lucien's here Very marks in and boy Oh, boy, Dr. Carey, Chris speaking. Arizonans about what's happening most with the vaccines were gonna have some of that for you right now. To let you know what's going on in Arizona. But here's the basics of it. You've heard this now, you know the beginning of December. What we were hearing from the national health professionals was that By the end of the year. There'll be 20 million vaccines performed and we're seeing now that's not gonna happen. The last number we saw was about 2.3 million. That's it's gonna be higher. There's no question about that. There's some level because there's some lag time on the report recording the holidays and it's look, there's more happening every single day, so we're going to see more than that, but it's not going to approach 20 million. I don't know That's an approach 10 million, so we'll see. And so now, of course, the Trump administration starting to get some flak for that that we're not getting the vaccines out as fast as they said that if we keep doing it at this Rate will be given people vaccines into 2050 stuff like Lord, I hope it's going to speed up, but it is reminiscent of what happened with the testing is things like that and then President Trump came out and said, This isn't my fault. We're getting the vaccines. It's really up to the states. So what you're seeing today is Doug Ducey coming out with an executive order on To decide how they were going to disseminate these vaccines and get them into the arms of people and the governor today, saying, Hey, we're gonna run this on a statewide basis. We want to make sure this gets done. He's taking responsibility. And one thing he pointed out today was that Arizona has given almost all of the vaccines it has received today. In other words, we're getting them and they're going into the arms. So that's good news. We don't have a lag where they're coming, and they're sitting somewhere and not getting There's just no excuse for that. No, there really is. I mean, once they get here, the way new the vaccines were coming. We don't know exactly when, but we've had months to prepare for this, so so to say that we didn't have time And we did. I mean Arizona's doing a nice job. They set up centers in different hospitals in their parking lot. It's all drive through those volunteers there, and they're doing it now, just for hospital personnel, medical personnel. I think there was some concerns about Differences from county to county and to make sure that someone is overseeing it. And people aren't being treated differently from county to county. And I think that's why governor do see stepped in, and his executive order does say that the Arizona Department of Health Services quote shall establish an implement a state directed vaccine Allocator model for the purpose of rapidly expanding access. So what he's saying is he's coming out and saying, Look County by county isn't working or it's not working fast enough, and we need to get these vaccines out much quicker, and it needs to be fair and equal across all counties in Arizona, so they're going to come up with a plan that a statewide that everybody will have to follow. And I think that's a great idea. I mean, there are so many times that we wanted him to come out and say. Statewide. Arizona wear a mask statewide. Arizona do this and he never did. He left it kind of out there lingering in the air and just encouraging it, So at least we've got him coming out, seeing that there's an issue and trying to solve it. Yeah, I think that's true and see what's happening nationally, and it looks like Arizona getting on top of this and and working to get the vaccines in the arms. Let's hear a little bit. Of a doctor Characteristics. The director of the Arizona Department of Health, talking to us about the vaccines and the status here in Arizona, be working closely with our county health departments to determine if there are any gaps in coverage or if there are sites that did not sign up up that need priority Vaccination. All right, So what they're saying there is there working with the county so counties may not have stepped up and done what they were supposed to do to make sure the vaccines were delivered and in the right places. The state's going to step in and make sure that happens and you have to remember. You know Maricopa County Pema County. They have more sophisticated people in their medical groups is this department's There's departments of health all by themselves in these counties, some of the county's air that we have in Arizona much smaller. They don't have the money. They don't have the staffing. So to say, you know, some of these might just be a handful of people trying to operate all this. So the state's gonna say Hey, we have the resources we don't we don't have this is gonna work. Will work with you county and make sure it gets done. That's very necessary because when you're talking about lack of resource is our rural areas and are areas close to the tribal nations. It is really hurting for medical access and people to be able to get that those Not only the vaccines but other medical services to people around the state. So I'm I wish that this could be done in all Aires areas of medicine but least we're doing it here. Positive. We are in the way this is being set up right now. It's it's actually very impressive. Lisa Maricopa County Hospital's hospital chains were setting up ways for hospital personnel and other medical personnel to drive in..

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"dr carey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Coronavirus in Arizona Arizona Hospital still have room for patients, but they're filling up fast. State health Director Dr Carey Crist. Telling the MIC brunette show this morning. We're looking at about a 10% available capacity around the state for both ICU and inpatient beds up fluctuates a little bit every day. Crist also not ruling out the possibility of opening ST Luke's Hospital, which could open up to 250 beds if hospital start running out of room for patients. As Congress continues to haggle over the latest coronavirus relief package, and Arizona Republican says he's getting more frustrated by the day starters, Congressman David Schweikert tells Katie are this bill should have been done months ago. Democrats now admitting the reason there hasn't been the covert stimulus bill for several months turned out It was the presidential election. They held off from providing this to the American people Try, Curd says. There's so much drama in Washington right now. He wouldn't be surprised if this current package doesn't get done until after this. Senate runoff elections in Georgia. January 5th, although he remains hopeful they'll pass it this month. Jeremy Foster Key to Our news, Arizona's legislative Democrats, call on governor Doug Ducey to take more action to slow the spread of coronavirus. We are at a crisis point, and if we fail to act, there will be even worse consequences for our families and our economy. Arizona House Minority Leader Reginal Bolding says Governor do see needs to act now no more mixed messages we are averaging more than 5000 new cases a day. And dozens of deaths and our medical personnel and re sources are stressed as they were during the summer peak. He fears in action will cost lives. Deborah Dale Katya our news 4444 new coronavirus cases and 108 new deaths in Arizona this morning, more than 11,300 new Diagnostic test reported overnight coronavirus inpatient levels have reached the same height. As mid July for the latest on coronavirus in Arizona. Head to Katie are dot com slash coronavirus. Get the latest on traffic Now as we had live to the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center with Monica Read. Well, if you're getting ready to head out for lunch, uh, Valley freeways look great. No problems getting around the valley right now off the freeways, Couple of accidents. We have one at 40th Street and baseline. Other option would be Broadway or 48th Street and then on Pinnacle Peak Road just west of 35th Avenue. There's a collision. Go with Happy Valley Road or 43rd Avenue. This supportive sponsored by 12 Hour in Yusan ex music Next presents trusted allies of doctors throughout history. Doctors have used tools they trust to help them treat your illness is, but what did they trust when.

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"dr carey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Out the governor now, I don't know that the president knows Arizona laws, but the people that are here in Arizona yelling and complaining. Do And I've been critical of the governor on a number of things when it comes to covert 19, But he's not wrong and what he did yesterday. If you don't like the fact that he defended the election system in Arizona, that's one thing but the certification of the election he was bound by law to do it. That's what the law says. It's clear that it's got to be certified by the secretary of state in front of the governor on the fourth Monday after the election. Period. That is the timeline. That's what the law says. But it also opens the window for challenges for five days. So now all of the people that want to file challenges can is a matter of fact. One of the things we're gonna talk about this morning is a legal challenge to prop 208. That happened after the certification of the election. So now there is a legal challenge to the constitutionality in the state will go to the state Supreme Court. Eventually, I imagine here in Arizona about whether or not they broke the Arizona Constitution, or they did not abide by the Constitution in prop to await. So this opens that door. I was having a conversation yesterday about this and Understanding people's anger, understanding people's frustrating people feeling as if they're cheated. I understand all of that I I may share some of it with people. But the way that people are beginning to behave is going to drive people away and divide the Republican Party. You want to know who's really happy about this. The Arizona Democratic Party They love this. There is a wedge being driven even further and further and further into the Republican Party in the state of Arizona. And you know the president. May not know Arizona law may be and if he does, he should have made that phone call. He shouldn't have said the things that he said yesterday because it's not. It's not correct. If the president feels cheated the five day window to file those lawsuits in the challenges begins. They can now make challenges to the validity of the election. They have been given permission by the way that the Arizona Republican Party Has been given permission to sample some mail in ballots, so they're going to get like 200 mail in ballots. I imagine they'll be random, and they'll be able to sample those to see if they can find anomalies. Irregularities. Whatever they were looking for, They're going to get an opportunity to look But going after the governor for do what doing What he did yesterday isn't fair. You want to be critical of there have been a ton of people that have just shredded Governor do see about the handling of covert 19. And you have every reason and right to feel the way you do about that If you're a business owner right on playing you If you're a business owner, you feel like you've been betrayed by a business owner. And so I understand that, but in this case he did what he had to do. He had no choice in what he did. We got. We got numbers. Let's get it over to Taylor Kepner up with breaking news came to our breaking news this just in to the Katya our newsroom, a new record high for Corona virus cases reported in a single day in Arizona. 10,322 new coronavirus cases reported and 48 new deaths. This comes as the state Health Department reports just over 18,200 new diagnostic tests. We'll have more on this breaking news coming up in less than 15 minutes, and you can get breaking news notifications a right to your phone by downloading the key to our news app. And for more go to Katya are dot com. Thank you, Taylor. So let's get an explanation on this. We received from Dr Carey Chris office an explanation about the high numbers today over 10,000 new cases, with only 18,000 new tests certified overnight, which pains we had a 56.5% positive rate. That's not that is not accurate. It's an anomaly. And I'll tell you why Dr Crist explain their the large number of newly reported cases the result of extended four day weekend. So local health agencies reviewing classified newly reported cases identifying them and confirm the probable or not a case. So this was because of the long Four day weekend yesterday, we had a 4% positive rating. I said yesterday. That's an anomaly. You're going to see a big jump tomorrow. Well, this is a much bigger jump than we thought we would see, but it's big because of the four day weekends, so this is a compilation. Of days and days and days over that four day period lumped in here and all brought forward in one so we do see about what we've been seeing before a little bit higher and tests but with 18,000 is a higher number but over 10,000 new cases, so 48 deaths also recorded in this we're going to get, you know, dig into the numbers a little bit later. But when you see a 56% positive rate, Dr Chris office sending out this clarification so that we understand that they're all very concerned. We all are about the rate of spread being high like it is, but it's not 56 a half percent. So, just just a clarification from Dr Chris Office on that now back to what happened yesterday with the certification of the election, the hearing that was going on yesterday with Rudy Giuliani and some members of the state Legislature. Wasn't formal. They all said it was not a formal legislative session. It was a listening session They wanted to hear from people that were testifying as to what they thought were anomalies in the election, and whether or not there's going to be any evidence that could actually be presented to a judge that a judge will hear and do anything about that remains to be seen, and that begins today because of the certification had to happen. And it opens a five day window. So now the president his legal team, these members of the Legislature, other people that say that they saw anomalies where they saw illegalities. They have a chance to go now come forward and challenge results. So then do that. What I'm starting to see is and I'm sure that we'll see some of it today. I don't mind this. By the way. I don't mind being criticized because I I enjoyed the debate. I'm the same person today than I was yesterday that I was five years ago when it comes to these things, but this has become such a heated Position for people that if all of a sudden now it's not just that you disagree with there were people angry at the governor about covert 19. Now all of a sudden, they're accusing him of fraud of being some people. I mean, we're talking about prominent members of the Republican Party, saying bought and paid for accusing him of taking a bribe from the other side. I mean, this goes beyond anything that we've ever seen, and it goes beyond anything that's rational. It's time to take a step back..

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"dr carey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"M a l dot com With virus Spreading unchecked, the next major threat to the cancelation list is Thanksgiving. Are you in a place where you can do things outdoors? Are you in a place where you can open a window? Because anything that mimics the outdoors is going to lower the risk doctor. Imagine dollars of from Johns Hopkins and colleague Dr Carey all top who suggests make sure the different hospitals that you connect to on a virtual platform are sharing the same dish. Maybe you have a drive by parade to wave hello to grand parents, Dr Altaf adds to his celebration should be limited to your household as the lowest risk option for a poor brute. W M A, L and W M a L com new this hour, Arlington's chief prosecutor and public defense There are working together is they lock horns with a county judge who won't let them reach plea agreements on marijuana possession cases. Commonwealth's attorney Theresa did Ghani top D. Was elected last year on a platform to decriminalize pot, but a county judge Daniel Fury, has refused to cooperate. The public defender Brad Heywood, accuses the judge of refusing to schedule hearings for some of his clients. Complaints have been filed by both attorneys against the judge with the state Supreme Court. If you're heading downtown tomorrow, Don't forget your mag a hat. There will be many people at one of several rallies to show their support. One group called March for Trump will gather at Freedom Plaza at noon, organizer Amy Kramer tells mornings on them all. We'll have speakers and music there and then we'll mark so Supreme Court and we'll have more speakers and music in the Supreme Court. And so We're really excited that several streets will be closed down and counter protesters are expected as well. It's unclear how large the crowds will be. The National Park Service says it has only received one permit request for about 50 people. Virginia Republican Nick Greatest, has put out a statement acknowledging he did not win his race against incumbent congresswoman Abigail Span Burger. But he says the outcome quote does not mean we should stop investigating to ensure the integrity of our elections. Several Republicans in local races have made similar statements. But Daniel Gayed, who lost to incumbent Senator Mark Warner wants the drama to stop, he tells The Washington Post. Those comments are dangerous and quote after it's clear that a candidate has lost. It's inappropriate to undermine the reason Salt of the election. Checking your money. The Dow is up 246 points this morning That as back up 71 up next traffic and weather on 105.9 FM W M A. L Saturday on W. M A. L listen for garden sensitive at nine. It's legally speaking with Mike Collins at 10 here, Rick Adelman at noon. It's about federal benefits with winter trucks, all at.

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Human remains found at site linked to Tulsa Race Massacre

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Human remains found at site linked to Tulsa Race Massacre

"It was 1921 when mobs of white residents attacked black residents and businesses off the Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Many people were killed and more than 800 wounded. 35 square blocks of the wealthy blind community were destroyed. Now archaeologists in Oklahoma have found at least one set of human remains at the site where they've been searching for victims. Scientists say they'll be looking for signs of trauma things like burning or gunshot wounds before making any determination about whether this person died in the Tulsa race massacre. Archaeologists say they found the remains inside a wooden confident we're told More remains from a possible second person were found in a separate area. It was a year ago in October, when the Oklahoma Archaeological Survey team started its initial groundwork here at Oaklawn Cemetery. We asked Dr Carey Stack Lebec, the state archaeologist, about the moment human remains were discovered. We knew very quickly and could react very quickly and get in there and start doing the more finer scale excavation work by hand. That's Amy slang, chick reporting

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"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Show a season gastroenterologist soc professor of medicine at peace. Welcome Back to the program. Dr Carey Doctor, How are you? I'm good, Larry. I guess we got a lot to talk about tonight. Tell me about it. Were you surprised when you heard that the president had tested positive for covert 19? No, I wasn't surprised that he should have been wearing a mask all along and sort of. He didn't take it seriously and I wasn't shocked, but I'm sure a lot of people thought, well, it serves him right looking. I don't wish any bet on anybody. But he should have been a little bit more diligent about this, and he didn't take it seriously. Unfortunately, got political As far as you know, what has his treatment been? So he's gotten treatment that you and I would not be able to get. Okay, so My feeling on this is that he wasn't hospitalized because he was sick. He was hospitalized so he can get the therapy. Now, all these drugs and I've heard other doctors talk on the television on the radio that he was very ill because he got Dexter methods only got rid disappear. But what they did not mention is this Wren disappeared. Drug could be used on compassionate used for hospitalized patients. The FDA has something out where you can use it on anybody not to be that ill. He couldn't have gotten it at home, so he was hospitalized. To get all these concoctions that you and I probably wouldn't get. He got this this monoclonal antibody drop concoction that that is experimental. And Trump got a higher dose and normal because their drug really can't hurt. But you wouldn't I would not have access So he got Dex Amethyst zone, which is steroids. Anybody could get that for anything. It's an anti inflammatory. The Rev. This affair we couldn't have gotten. Nobody could have gotten that he got because he's the president and he had to do it in the hospital. And the the amount of clonal anti body by Gilead is another one that he got on experimental basis. Nobody. It's not approved. Nobody could have gotten it. So I think That he was hospitalized. Just Hagen access to these medicines because you can't give this in the house so I'm not so sure he was so sick. I don't know this. This is just my my thought he needed to be in the hospital to get this concoction that what he had gotten now, he said he's taken sank and vitamin D And there's a drug called Promoted and melatonin aspirin. He's taken those probably on a regular basis. Probably was taking that just to prevent you notice. He did not get high dropsy chloral quit. At least not that we know of. Does it worry you concern you that the President United States is taking a cz. You put a concoction that is experimental. Well, look at this monoclonal antibody seems to be pretty what I understand about it. No, it really doesn't. I mean, I You would want that, too. You would want everything if you had Kobe to prevent a severe respiratory illness, So I don't think it worries me as much as the fact that it concerns me that he gets it and nobody else can. You said that he should have been more careful. He should have been more more cautious. What do you think the president should have said, when you've got Dr Fauci going on 60 minutes on March 8th his latest March, 8th. Arguing that there's no reason to be walking around with a mask. Yeah, No, I'm not going to get political again there like I told you, But look a doctor. Sometimes we learned Mohr as time goes on, and and I mentioned this before. And back then we did not have all the numbers. I don't think they really understood the Kobe 19 Coben 19 like they do now, so Like I said, I'm not going to blame Dr Apology. I think apologies on upstanding guy. But I will tell you that I have recommended different treatment a month after the diagnosis of somebody because I got more information so I cannot blame him for that. Look. Att mass in my my I should have been mandated. I mean, what's the harm of where the masked thief president is 74 years old? He is a male Those are high risk. Ah, ah, Factors to consider, Uh, correct. Yes, it seems like elderly Well, I mean elderly. My God, I mean, we're going to get in there. So 74 of the battle to me, But yes. There's a high risk in somebody who's a little bit older with cold, morbid conditions. I don't know what his medical history is. Males tend to be afflicted. More reason being is and I'm not going to bore the audience, but there's something called interfere on. And some their studies out there that people have interference to prevent inflammation. But these rogue and they developed in some people. That are having severe cases tend to be 94% men. So Males tended to do worse with this illness. But then again, most people do, OK. I mean, we're not seeing the deluge of ventilation and respiratory failure like we did in the beginning, because we're getting getting better treat this thing. My guest. Is Dr Carrie strongly to take a break. Doctor strongly come back. I want to ask you President Trump apparently was tested every day, as were the people around him every day. Does this mean that even though you're tested every day doesn't mean that necessarily. You are negative. If the test says you're negative or positive, the test says you're positive. Present were tested every single day talking doctor carries Tom about all of that. What does it mean? Larry?.

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"dr carey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on KCRW

"As a Category two hurricane, which left of it is crossing the Carolinas in Virginia. Still dumping rain in triggering flash flood warnings for NPR news. I'm Molly Samuel in Atlanta A federal judge in Washington state has issued an order temporarily blocking recent changes at the U. S. Postal Service that critics say have delayed the mail. NPR's Brian Naylor reports. Attorneys general from 14 States sought the action, saying the changes would harm mail in voting. The attorneys general argued that the changes implemented by Postmaster General Lewis to joy, a major donor to President Trump and other Republicans were an attempt to disenfranchise voters. The Postal Service has cut back on extra trips by mail trucks and dismantled dozens of mail sorting machines across the country. It argued Those changes were simply to streamline the service and that it had suspended some of them. But according to reports, federal judge Stanley Bastian said States have demonstrated the defendants are involved in a politically motivated attack on the efficiency of the Postal Service, and that the changes created a substantial possibility Many voters will be disenfranchised. Brian Naylor, NPR news military has confirmed NPR It's top military policeman required inquired about the possibility of deploying a military heat Ray Against protesters just hours before federal police officers cleared a crowded partner, the White House with smoke and tear gas back on June 1st Dina Temple Raston has more on that story. A military spokesperson told NPR in a written statement that a staffer for the top military policemen in D C sent an email to the National Guard asking if it had access to two pieces of military equipment. A long range acoustic device called an L Rad and the active Denial System or a D. S, which is known as a heat Ray. It's called that because it uses millimeter wave technology to give the sensation of heat on the skin. Of people that target with its invisible ray. Dina Temple Raston. NPR news number of people filing first time jobless claims fell again last week, though that number 860,000 is still very high by historical standards. On Wall Street. The Dow was down 130 points today. This is NPR. And at 404. This is K C. R w I'm Matt Gillom. Like howdy. Sheriff Alex Villanueva just wrapped a press conference on the case of Dijon Kizzie. He's the black cyclist who was fatally shot by deputies two weeks ago in the Westmont neighborhood. Captain get Wagner of the homicide division, said deputies stopped kissy for riding his bike on the wrong side of the road. When he ran Wagner said kids he had picked up a loaded pistol when deputies fired 19 rounds. And he said kids he died of multiple gunshot wounds in his chest. Both arms and in the back for the final autopsy report has not been released. The sheriff has placed a hold on it. Ah, lawyer for the kiss, he family has said in the past, said in the past he was shot 20 times in the back. Sheriff's Department also claims he was barred from possessing a weapon due to a restraining order and his criminal record. His he's killing by deputies resulted in several days of protest outside the South Station. Black lives matter. Ella and other groups have called for an independent investigation as well as an end to what they call racist policing practices by Ella deputies. Bring you more on this throughout the afternoon. Epps is in the University of California system have been largely empty the semester due to the cove in 19 pandemic and now looks like students are going to be attending classes via their laptops of fora. While Casey believes Terra a tree and explains If students weren't already familiar with using programs like Zoom for school, they're going to be pros by the time in person classes returned to the UC. During a virtual UC Board of Regents meeting Wednesday, the executive vice president of the UC health system, Dr Carey L. Byington, Given eye opening assessment, she said, the ongoing impacts of covert on public health will force the UC to continue its pandemic modifications through at least September 2021. Those include nearly all classes being held remotely and minimal on campus housing. According to Cal matters, the doctor said, even next fall will still look different. Byington believes it could be about two years may be the summer of 2022 before we're back to a version of pre pandemic normalcy Case UW's terror a Tree Inn. Bindon statement is the biggest hit. Yet that you see could join the Cal state system and remaining largely on line for at least the rest of the academic year. Most of the university's 10 campuses and five medical centers are located in areas still seeing widespread transmission of the Corona virus. Support for NPR comes from.

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"dr carey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Of those testing positive for the Corona virus. Why? Why such a large increase Joining us now to help explain this is the director there is on the department. Health Services to Dr Kerr. Kristen. Dr Chris Thank you so much for being with us today. Why are today's numbers so much higher than what we've seen here for the last few weeks, So there's a couple of things that can explain the high numbers one. Starting today we have uploaded a number of anti Jin test that resulted in cases. So these are new tests that were recently approved by the FDA. They're very similar to the rapid flu or the rapid strep test that you might get in a doctor's office. We have added that to our case definition as a probable case, and so we have been adding those tests that have been done done over the last month, and tomorrow we'll be adding additional tests that have been done over the last few months. Since these types of tests came on. So how is the indigent test different than like the antibody past, explaining me a little bit without going too far in the weeds? Because I'm not. I'm not bright enough to hang with a PhD conversation. But give me the layman's What is an antigen test on Auntie Gin test looks for something, either that's on the virus or that the virus makes that very specific to that virus, and it tells you if you are infected right now, an antibody test is going to look for your immune system. Have developed in response to a having a previous infection. So it's looking for antibodies that could protect you, based on a previous infection that you would have had with Cove in 19. So those are the two differences and an engine test is like a PCR test. It's going to diagnose that you have the virus right then. How is that a CZ faras accuracy compared to the PCR test, So the PCR is much more accurate, but it takes longer to do the PCR. So in an urgent test is a very quick, rapid way for doctors and people who need to make quick decisions like to triage people. Are you allowed to look Live in your dorm. Are you allowed to play football tonight? It gives you a very quick test, and it's it's relatively accurate but not quite as accurate as a PCR other concerns when we talk about that accuracy, you mentioned a strep test and I just think you know, I talked with a doctor. One time I swore ahead strap. He gave me a strep test. And he says he says, no, You don't have strap. But he says about one out of 10 of these will give us Ah of false negative, I guess is what it was. He said. Well, send it into the lab, and he called me a week later, he said, Oh, turns out you did have strep. Well, by then I was already okay. So my question is when it comes to the Energon test for fork, Ove it. Are there. Concerns of false negatives? How? How much should we say? Yeah, this this is good enough for us to be able to go forward and play football is, for instance, or send the kids to school or whatever else it might be. So that's a very great, very good question so positive. They're pretty good. We know that we can trust them. We can make decisions quickly on that a negative. You may want to follow up, but for making those quick decisions, they are good tests that will allow physicians and universities to do that, And one of the things that we've seen is at the University of Arizona has been using this as part of their re entry to campus. Strategy. And so we are getting numbers reported from the University of Arizona. Dr Kerr Crist is the director of the Department of Health Services. Joining me now is we talk about the new androgen test you mentioned that they are listed. That is probable cases. If there's a positive becomes that is probable is their follow up tests then beyond that, if if Ananta Jin shows positive is there than a PCR that has recommended some providers may follow up with a PCR. We're not recommending that at this time they will be included as probables. But we will continue to include them now moving forward as part of our counts, And so if somebody were to go get a PCR test later that showed up positive. We would then take a look at that case and potentially re classify it as a confirmed case. Once we got that, PCR What is the availability of the indigent test is this is something that that is going to be easy to get for anybody that wants one. Yes. So this is becoming ah lot more available in the community. So there are anti Jin tests that run basically on the same platform that your strep or your flu tests are going to run and there several producers that are making them Those air coming out now, But there are also coming out with a very rapid quick tests. It's going to be about $5 to be able to get those should be very plentiful by the end of the year, so they are becoming more available to to our communities. Dr Carey Chris, the director. The years in the Department of Health Services, We saw the numbers come way up today. And as you mentioned that was because the numbers included the auntie gin test. How are we as the public to interpret that is itjust simply result of Mohr testing being available that we're seeing higher numbers? Or is there something else we should be reading into this? Are we likely to see high numbers like this for a while. Help me understand the numbers of spike today? Absolutely. So a little bit under 600 were due to the upload of those anti Jin tests that we just talked about the other factor that played a role in We've got a very large number of lab reports. This is the highest number of lab reports that we've gotten in one day, and it was about 24,000 diagnostic labs. And so we've been working with a Jew to get them to get all of their data feeds on Elektronik lab reporting, so that having a high number of labs, we know that we're going to get more cases than usual. The promising piece of data, though, is even though we had a higher number of cases that we've had in several weeks, R percent positivity still went down, so that is a very good sign. We've got a lot more negative tests. Then we got positive test. Okay, That is a good sign. That ratio is, I think what many of us look to to say, You know what is a positivity rate and it's dropping. That is that is your stellar That's exceptional. Or do we have any concerns about gatherings from Labor Day weekend and maybe results coming in here a couple of weeks later? Any correlation between that date and some of these numbers, So we're keeping an eye on that. We do know. You know, when people get together, we may see increases in cases and labor Day normally will start to see that about 10 to 14 days after an event happens. We're keeping an eye on a couple of other good metrics that we've got. We've got our lowest number of covert patients in ICU beds today. And the lowest number of covert.

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"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My guest. Dr Carey Strong, who is a associate professor of medicine. Karl and I are taking your calls. A triple 8971 s a G e triple 8 99 17243 Jan is in Santa Paula. California Jan You're on with Dr Stroman, Larry Thank you, Larry. And thank you very much for what you do. I don't have any idea if you are really anyone can answer my question. There seems to be such a huge disinformation campaign about the China virus. I don't I know not to trust standard media outlets, but to whom I supposed to turn. How do I know who to trust? Where can I go for really information? Great question. Dr Strahm. Who do you rely on for your for your information. Okay, So what I really like and I think it's pretty ask your accurate It's been Johns Hopkins newsletter. It comes out every 4 to 5 days. I think that that information is very accurate. That's what I get most of my information from among colleagues in the hospital who are treating these people, but I do read a lot. And you're not going to able to read that because this is medical journals and you, but you could get the Johns Hopkins newsletter. But I agree with you. Listening television. You're going to get you data, so that's what I said in my opening segment. I'm not so sure about the numbers. I don't know the numbers. They're telling us are too low or too high. I just don't know yet, and I think it's very hard to know any of the very valid points. I think a lot of people feel like you and doctor. We were talking about countries like China like Cuba, like North Korea. How in the world could we trust their numbers? I keep hearing that we America have more people in prison in any other country in the face of the earth per capita, blah, blah, blah. You think Cuba and China and North Korea actually reporting who they have behind bars, please? Yeah. I mean, I agree with you area. I shared that skepticism. I don't know if you can believe that. I do remember at the beginning of the pandemic, looking at the hot spots, and I saw Russia didn't have any cases. You know, zero in the whole country? Yeah. Now they have them. But I will tell you they out of their vaccination. There was they got the Russian vaccination, but I will tell you as a doctor and a scientist. That was only phase two. So it didn't go the complete root of ah of evaluation, So it's hard to believe it's hard to know. Dan is in Minnesota. Daniel with Dr Strom and Larry. Dr Larry My question pertains, especially the people who are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms of covert 19. How do you know that? You had it? Worse is that you still have it? You know you have it, you know, and you're not going to be. You have to worry about giving it to somebody else. That's a very good question. Dan Now tell you the data from our medical center Cedar Sinai they tested Thousands of patients. And only 1% of patients that are asymptomatic had a positive test. So you know, the CDC recommended that asymptomatic people that are exposed to others who are symptomatic don't necessarily need to be tested. I have a different feeling about that. But the asymptomatic say you're not going to know unless you get tested. But if you're asymptomatic Your chance of transmitting it. Now, let's let's make this clear, asymptomatic means you never get it. I'm not saying pre symptomatic which the W H O made a mistake at the beginning calling asymptomatic pre symptomatic, so I'm not so sure. If you're asymptomatic your transmission rate is saying is a symptomatic patients is your viral load is not as high So if you if you are, by definition asymptomatic, that means you never get it. You're not pre symptomatic. That means you don't have any symptoms now been five days later going to get it. Your chance of transmission is very low. So you probably never know if you're an asymptomatic carrier. Honestly, unless you get tested, Doctor carry strong is my guess We're going to take another break. Triple 8971 s a G. If you have any question regarding the Corona virus, the conflicting stuff they were hearing on television how it's transmitted. How? How? How long you are you're contagious. It was a call Triple 8971 s a G. You know what I hate overpaying were already taxed to death. And you Powell on the other services holding us hostage to high rates home Internet cable utilities in there is the cell phone bill A T and t Verizon.

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"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"With better three day in the history of sports and in America, we have to conduct a very round, which month later, what was sweeter body was rappers Bob Baffert won the sixth race in the Kentucky Derby. Long shot paid $18 out any better? This wasn't the usual 330,000. People that tend that breaks were not there. And it just is his flock is happiness that been involved in it. All the happy people there their hats and ladies of the hat. That's it, Larry. It's sad by by, although I don't think it made much of a difference to the horse is triple 8971 s A G E Triple 89717243 Larry Elder, Real effective Dotcom studio. Dr Carrie be strong is a gastroenterologist and associate professor of medicine at the Hay is a frequent guest on the Larry on a show. Also on the board of trustees of of Chicago Medical School, please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey Beast on Dr Strom, How are you? I'm great, Larry. It's nice to talk to you again. How are you? I'm doing well, Doctor, all sorts of questions. People are lining up to ask you Let me just start with just where do you think we are in the course of this pandemic. Well as a scientist. I look att stands. I mean, we've talked about this before. There's no question it's pretty serious. But I just don't know. And I don't think anybody really knows where we're gonna find out retrospectively what the real deal is looking We've had 180,000 deaths. Most of the people that died, unfortunately, had co morbid conditions like diabetes, hypertension. I will pay them 650,000 deaths a year from heart disease in the US, there's almost 100,000 of diabetes may be 50,000 of hypertension. Without any type of insult. Any person that gets an insult is not gonna tolerate the insult as well. I do believe that is Corona virus is pretty serious. I don't know if all the numbers are correct. I mean, I will tell you from writing articles and reading articles, stats could be manipulated. I'm not saying they are here. But I just I don't know. I think with healthy skepticism we're going to find out later where we really are. But I will tell you I mean, I see it in my patients. I'm back in my office. Now I'm working. We're shut down for a while people not as fearful of coming into the office. But if you look at the mental Anxiety and disorders from 2019 of June 2020. Anxiety is probably threefold. Depression is up from 6% 25% and suicide rate is up, probably over 2.5%. That's a real deal. I mean, we I told you this before we you and I talked about this that the depression, anxiety and angst that this is going to create. It's going to be huge, and I don't believe it's goingto be abated. When the, um vaccination comes out. I think you're going to see years of this like a PTSD. Unfortunately. It has an enormous fallout. I see this from friends. I see this from patients. The anxiety and the Depression is severe. Cobb. Financial obviously has taken a hit. I mean, and the disease has taken a hit. I will just tell you it's Cedar Sinai Medical Center. And take it for what it is. You could see stance. But I will tell you since the onset of the pandemic has been 972 cases of Cobra. There's been 295 ice. You admissions. We don't know how long they've been in the eyes to you. But 931 of those 9 72 patients have been discharged. So it has been 41 deaths. Now when I would sit home and watch the news about these hospitals being inundated and no ventilators, Maybe it's in different areas. We tend to be in an area here. That is in a upper middle class area. I know the hospitals where there is, uh, tire quarters. People living closer together. They may have got deluge, but we didn't see that at Cedar Sinai some looking at all this morning. What? What's really going on here? I just I don't know. But I do believe the psychological fallout is going to be a hell of a lot bigger than we anticipated. As far as the vaccination goes, I think there's progress there were in, um, face three trials pastry, where they're studying, probably 60 to 70,000 patients. It's a double blind of that is the researcher and the patient doesn't know do not know if they're getting really vaccination of the placebo. It's double line. It's randomized control. This is really science. And I do believe that the vaccination is going to be good. The question is there going to be going the 2 to 3 doses? To maintain immunity. So I think a lot of it still is unknown. We're getting a lot of opinion. I don't know personally, but I feel that we are coming around a corner here and I do believe with the onset of the vaccination on the market. People are going to be liberated and their angst is going to diminish not to say totally. I see a couple years off. Fallout from this mentally, but I think they were getting a handle on it. I hope we're getting a handle on it. I don't believe the vaccination is going to be ready if they readily available to the population, probably for the spring. I think health care workers will get it first, and I think older people that are compromise. We'll get it as well. So In a nutshell. Those are my sentiments on on the state of the Koga virus right now. Triple 8 99 1 s a G E Triple 89717243 is our number for your calls to Dr Carey Strong. He is an associate professor of medicine. The doctor. I wonder whether you have the same feeling that I would have. Sometimes when I would watch a law program on TV. I'm a lawyer. I would a litigator and I know that when you're in a courtroom, and and the the opposing counsel says objection, you don't stand up and say, your honor. If I'm allowed to finish the statement I would establish so and so and so and so and so and so..

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"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr carey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Beginning of the session, Trainers explained that white people have internalized a sense of racial superiority that made them unable to access their humanity, not making this up. More on this later on. Dr Carrie Strong regular guest in the Larry on a show is a seasoned gastroenterologist and associate Minutemen socially professor of medicine, and he's on the board of trustees at the American Society of Gastro. Intestinal endoscopy and on the board of trustees of Chicago Medical School. Please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey be strong, Doctor. How are you? I'm very fine, Mr Elder. Thank you. How are you? I don't know. I wanted to ask you what you thought of the governor re shutting down the state. Yeah, I heard the same thing You did. Look at it. The number of cases are going up. The deaths are going down. I think the concern is they don't want to run out of hospital space. Statistics are funny, Larry, They're very funny. I mean, It's just what are they gathering like, For instance, hospitals depends on the state. Some states. Reporting a lot of cases. Some are not. CDC doesn't require this. If that uniform everywhere. That's the problem. The number of cases are going up. Younger people are getting infected. Death rates are going down. I will tell you the death rates are dramatically going down. In the United States in May, like the middle of May 2400 deaths today. Now there's 212. But the cases are going up the cases they're going from 17,000 the same time to 67,000 What does that mean? More people being tested are not enough people being tested. It's very hard for me to determine what is going out with these stats because there's nothing uniforms and I don't know if they're measuring it in one or two days or they're measuring it in a week. I mean, it's It's very I mean, anyone who's dealt with mathematics. And statistics know that they may not be consistent across all state lines. So it's hard for me to interpret, I guess. Before assuming the cases are going up, which they probably are. And the concern is that the hospitals are going to run out of space. I suppose you have to shut it down like I told you before. You prepare for the worst and hope for the best, and it's a tough thing. It's a very tough read because I don't know if the numbers were getting are all consistent across all states. Hard for me to interpret. But the death rates are going down. The number is triple 8971 s a G Triple 89717243 If you like to ask Dr Carey be strong, the question Dr Strong. Speaking of the unreliability of the data before you came on, I played on excerpt from a newscast. Orlando Fox, local Fox News. And it turns out a bunch of labs in Florida were reporting 100% positivity every single sample that they that they examined. They tested positive for Corona virus. What are the odds? And so they investigated and one lab admitted that they screwed up and it went from 100% positivity to 9%. Now, that's a bit of a gap. Yes. So the national average is 9% positivity. When you're seeing a high positivity rate like that you're not doing enough testing or the test is inaccurate, so that simply can't be right. 9% of tests that are done in this country are positive, and I suspect as time goes on, because what we talked about before this herd immunity, it's going to go up. We sort of wanted to go up. We want people to get infected, not get sick and not die. That's what we want. That's basically our vaccination without an actual injection. That's a vaccination. So 9% is true across the country as pretty much consistent. Every state very California's anywhere from 6 to 10% states in New England or maybe 2% So it does vary, but I think across the country about 9% when someone's telling me they have 100% that is a false test, or there's just not enough tests being done. If you test one person, and they're positive, I guess that's 100% right. Larry gets so Carol is in Texas. Carol, you're on with Dr Cary be strong and Larry. Thank you very much for calling. Hi, Larry. Yes, Doctor. I have a question about so if you Had symptoms and he had to go the hospital and once you get in there, do you have any choice of what they treat us like, he said. I really want the hydroxide, Corcoran, zinc and Deepak, Or do they just throw whatever their protocols are at you? Well, I don't care. I don't think you're going. Where do you live? Texas, Texas, Texas. Yeah, I don't think you're going to be able to manage your own care of the hospital. Um Lookit there. There are two drugs out there. That seemed to be good now, which has some teeth behind it is hydro cortisone. Steroids. People that are on ventilators to get steroids tend to get up quicker. And the rent is severe. Seems to be a good one. The hydroxy clark Quinn. Um it is the data just is not behind it. Okay, Doctor Storm Dr. Strong meets my guess We're going to take a break. We come back more calls. Jesse.

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"dr carey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr carey" Discussed on KOMO

"So everyone can arrive safely. It's a fine line between the best ride ever in the last right evermore at it's a fine line dot com. Next coma, traffic it to 44 Comeau forecast. Now let's check in with meteorologist Kristen Clark, looking at a dry forecast this afternoon for the I five Corridor case is the same for our higher mountain passes, Maybe Snoqualmie Pass and Mount Rainier seeing a passing rain shower this afternoon. As we look ahead to Tuesday, those clouds will begin to think and especially across the low lands. It will be a much cloudy or day Tuesday and a possibility for scattered showers to develop. They will be fairly light and just enough to wet the ground that rain does slowly come to an end Tuesday evening and drying up for mid week Wednesday and the common Weather Center our meteorologist Kristen Clar, sunny and 70 in Seattle, come on his time to 36. Starting tomorrow, Businesses in Washington will be required to turn customers away. If they're not wearing a face covering we get more from Como's Carleen Johnson Governor Jay Inslee mask requirement means if you're not wearing one, when you go into any business, they're supposed to turn you away and made it a lot easier. To have that, uh, as kind of a backup if people wanted to argue Jen, men's or is the manager of Boo Radley's in Spokane, where they've already been operating that way for weeks on Ly a few people walked out recently when they were told they had to wear one or couldn't come in, and we didn't allow that. We were just like Nope, You have to wear one and they left and it was pretty easy. Menzer says. They don't provide one if someone comes in without, but they do sell them. Some customers have complained on social media, saying they'll take their business and Spokane across the state line into Idaho, where they don't have to wear a face covering businesses that do not comply, could face fines or even lose their license to operate. Carleen Johnson come on News, Fenton, Franklin Yakama counties. They're all under a modified phase One order here's Cuomo's Holly Menino. Some industries and businesses are able to operate under phase two rules. Those include very limited retail and restaurant access. A total of five counties are currently in this phase. 17 counties are in Phase two and 17 counties are in phase three. Last week, Governor Jay Inslee stopped all county applications for advancement because of all the recent increased Cove in 19 activity, and that means counties will remain in their current faces for at least the next two weeks. Some behavioral experts believe the Koven 19 pandemic has led to a mental health crisis in the country. Dr. Carey Waterland is with the Washington Healthcare Authority and tells the Seattle Channel a disruption in your routine. Khun.

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"dr carey" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr carey" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Society of Gastro Inter Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and on the board of Trustees of a Chicago medical school. Please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey be strong, Doctor, How are you? Great Larry. How are you? You hear me? Well, I hear you fine. Doctor. President Trump is getting pounded on CNN pounded on what I call image and be hard because some states are reporting spikes in the number of Corona virus cases in the President Irresponsibly is ignoring how perilous this is. He won't We won't wear a mask. He's just getting pounded. Now. My question is, Are you worried about the uptick in the number of Corona virus cases being being reported positive? Ofcourse that that is concerning. There's there's no question that concerning I think people are getting tired of being quarantined and being social distance and they want to live the life. Oh, yes, That is a bit of a concern. Everybody look at the stairs 2.3 million cases in the US 120,000. I think we can't identify isolating do contact tracing, So it is a bit of a concern. You can not say it's not a concern. Anybody who said it's not a concern, I think would be sort of missing the boat. Dr Strong the last time we talked, I believe you. You anticipated this, you say when people start going backto work, they're going to be increases in cases on and that is to be expected that not to be welcomed or ignored, but certainly to be expected. I just find the contrast between what you said. And what a lot of people said on the coverage of these spikes to be pretty startling. Well, looking at the numbers that the everybody used to shut down for a lot more ominous. There was a death rate of 5 to 9%. They were taking the death rate by the number of cases. I told you that the one the denominator is small and the death cases are rising a little bit. You're going to get a higher percentage. Now we know probably in all comers of the death rate of this is probably under 1%. That's probably what's going on. Most of the death rates are happening in senior care facilities, nursing homes, the majority of them across the country. Just so you know people over the age of 65 that's most of it. Death rate probably 80%. It was more of an older population is I was discussing with my my physician assistant then. We're noticing that there are more cases, but they're mostly younger people. So the younger people are not getting as sick as the older people. So the majority of the death rate is from the elderly population. But we are seeing a rise, you know, look at people that are are getting out. Mostly our younger people. The older people are frightened. So we're seeing more cases, but it doesn't hit them is badly it, Dave. The older population marry Dr. Carry strong is my guest. Dr Strong. I understand that they're starting trials on vaccines. In Africa and other places around the world. How confident are you that there will be a vaccine developed for the Corona virus in the in the near future? Well, man, I very I think that's going to be the savior from everybody. Emotionally and physically is a vaccination. The drugs are just not there yet. We talked about hydroxy Clara quantity. I told you my feelings on that one. The room disappear seems to be good. But what I'm understanding is the course of therapy is going to be about $5000 so it's expensive. The vaccination will the problem of this will be availability. It needs to be started a very cold temperature. And if there are good numbers out there good trials, But are we going to be able to make it on mass stays? That's the question. I'm hoping there's a vaccination shoot because I think that's going free. Everybody physically and emotionally in the US Doctor of the Wall Street Journal, did a piece that compared to the eight states that did not have a Corona virus shut down to the 42 states that did, and the eight states or North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Wyoming and Utah. All states that are not particularly densely populated. But it turns out they didn't shut things down. And their average unemployment fill lower than the average unemployment fell in the states that shut down and they're Corona virus cases were no higher in some cases, even lower, which suggests that maybe just maybe we would have survived this whole thing Had we not had a national shutdown. Yes, but I don't really believe that. I think that viruses are spread by contact. I mean, we could go back to the 1918 when we have the Spanish flu looking Those things came in ways. There are 100,000 deaths. I choose me. 1,000,100 million deaths. I'm wrong. So I don't believe that, Larry, I think that you hit it on the head that they're less populated. They're probably fewer nursing homes, or maybe a younger population who knows if they were social distancing are wearing masks. But I think the density of the population is the reason there why the economy's maybe have done better and let know locked down. Dr drawn. One of the reasons that the president has been beaten up on on CNN is that he is not where it worn a mask. I don't think I've seen him wear a mask anywhere from time to time. Mike Pence has done so, but little port. The president has not. On the argument is that he's setting the tone. And if he is not wearing a mask, it gives young people the impression that this is really all that not all that serious and they're less likely to practice social distancing, let alone wear a mask. What do you feel? The president should be wearing a mask. Yes. I think the president should be wearing a man. I really do. I told you on the session. The segment before that The mask is your friend. I think the president should be wearing a mask fitting example to others, and honestly, the math may help you as well. So I think that he's wrong Not to where he obviously has his reasons that he doesn't wanna wear it. I think that anybody who's reasonable and thinking about this would be worrying the mask, especially when you're in contact with those people. Dr Strong I haven't heard anybody point to China in a long time. Isn't it? The case that China misled the world about the Corona virus misled the world about the fact that it that it was transmitted human to human on also arrested doctors that we're telling the truth and destroyed samples that could have given us Maybe a head start in developing a vaccine. If those off all those things are true, why has why have we stopped talking about China? I don't know. I can't answer that. A non medical question. It sounds like it's more political. And, yes, I'm hearing the same thing. Report that you are. I don't know why we stopped talking about China. I'm sure that some of the look at we don't know we're hearing what we here. We don't know firsthand, assuming it's true and maybe it's not true. Um, some of that information. Maybe it should have been told to the rest of the world. So why aren't we talking about China? I don't have an answer for them. Uh, Dr Straw may only have a few seconds left. How worried? Are you going forward? Well, I do believe in this thing is really I am somewhat comforted that the death rate is going down, particularly in the state of California. The death rates are going down. The cases are going up, so it tells me that it's mostly younger pieces are getting affected now. Those are the people that are out and about and maybe not social talking. Yes, Doctor carry strong. Associate professor medicine..

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"dr carey" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"dr carey" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"In terms of the spread. Guys in New York. Everything is fine until suddenly it isn't right and that's the nature of exponential growth. And that's why I think we need to just be really careful, especially this summer. So in terms of vaccine development, there's been a lot of talk about this sort of methodology being brought to bear. It seems like there's some increasing conference that we may have some workable vaccines that are being mass produced by the end of the year. Where do we stand on the vaccine? We'll see tens of thousands. If not hundreds of thousands of vaccines are by different platforms. There's different types of vaccines. There's sun that have a sort of mild live virus as a carrier, others that are a little bit of protein cheat another. That's just a little strip of the marina, which is the genetic code. We'll have tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of these out there in those is out there people we'll be taking in basically trials by the end of the calendar gear and so goal is that we can complement Community immunity, which already exists at high numbers in some place New York immunity, about 30% from previous in section and then compliment that backseat immunity, which, if you can click it another 20 or 30% immune from the vaccine. Now you're talking her community level of 60% or so. Okay, So in terms of when anybody came and start to return to regular lives, your timeline moved it alway. What do you think that regular life re begins. And do you think that that widespread bottoms again are going to be in our future in the near future? I personally I don't think the country could tolerate widespread lockdowns. Don't think there's the political Well, I don't think we've made a decision in this country. We want to extinguish the virus. I think we've made it a societal decision that will sort of cohabitate with the virus. Andi, we'll try to manage it. I think we're seeing different parts of the country have different awareness. You go. You know, I think it's unfortunate, but that's in the Northern states. Maybe where they got hit harder. Maybe where a tragic issue has become places. People tend to be more hyper aware, and there's more vigilance. There's more masking. I think in some of the Sunbelt safe and more denial of it. We're seeing a little more laxity. And I think maybe in a false sense of empowerment. Because the virus spreads much slower in humid areas, especially where there's more outdoor activity, which is the southern states and the Red states. So my timeline has changed to answer your question. No. We've been talking through this pandemic a fair bit. I thought we'd be in a much better place in June, but I have not seen the steep What we call symmetric at the Democrats, too steep incline of steep decline that we've seen in China and in Europe. We have more prolonged, sketched out decline. And to be in this place in the summer. Not good for the fall, and so the concern of the second wave Is now even more concerning because instead of starting the cycle with a dozen cases in the fall as we did in January, remember this country's got with the pandemic, starting with a string of better a dozen cases in January. We could be going into a fall, starting with a CD rate of 200,000 cases and a full season instead of just 1/3 of a cold cheating, So we're very concerned about that befall and, more importantly, the complacency that may come around this virus among some pockets of America. Dr. Marty McCarry, surgeon professor of health policy at Johns Hopkins University, York Times Best selling author of the Price we paid. Dr Carey is speaking of the fall. Obviously, for a lot of parents. I have three kids under the age of seven. The big question is, Are the schools going to reopen? President Trump has called for the schools to reopen. The big question for us obviously, is if the schools reopen. I'm not even sure what we do. Do we send my kids to school? And if we do then do we Do you have any Iraq from my parents who are in their mid sixties? My parents are about 64. I basically told them that if our kids go to summer camp or go to school, because, you know, I'm not super afraid of it. I'm 36. My wife is 32. You know what exactly that looks like, Should they stay home? What do you think about the schools Reopening? And what should the interaction between kids and grand parents be like? If that happens. Well, I think we've done a good job as a Condi. Especially. We're seeing it now in the sun belt in the southern states of protecting those who are at highest risk. You see that the high numbers of positive cases among young people. What does that mean? It actually means for doing my job protecting Those hormones. Boner problem is this. Cyrus wants to inspect 6% of every local community in the world doesn't care about borders of political rhetoric. That is its natural tendency that is confusion. And so the question is. How much can that be slowed? Initially the son of a massive slowing because, like community more outdoor activity more spread out folks, less public elevator, which, if you think elevators air, you know, dominant form of people going Florida for in New York, with a lot of high rises, all of them released. Created a mass spread rapid thread If you will, in places like we were on a spread in the sun belt. Think of us and they, you know, a group of soldiers in a in a battle and well surrounded, okay, and there's a battalion coming to rescue us. And the crushing is when will they get here? And that's Italian. Coming to rescue US Therapeutics right? All the vaccine uses music, making anybody they do work. They are paralyzing. The medications are getting better. So the battalion is getting here, right? We're starting back and do some of these important medications. The question is, how long can we hold off? Ah, the more we can do the better. The longer we can do the fair, So we gotta be careful with our cities not answer questions about the schools. No one knows how can we know what viral background level of kisses? It's going to be in August or September? So I say Let's command opens, We fill in schools, lots of benefits, opening schools and thinking. Of poor family. That's a source of nutrition, right? I think about the impact of schools on abuse and tried hindering our workforce. So you should plan on it. We look to our political leaders to be optimists in general responding to that expectation, But the reality is If we're in a horrific pandemic, where the hospital's air rationing cater, we might have to change up our strategy. So I'm I'm gonna be cool enough to tell you that I plan to go back to school where we've been followed that the hospitalization. At the time. Dr Marty McCarry, surgeon professor of health policy. Johns Hopkins University editor in chief Med Paged a New York Times best selling author of the Price. We really Appreciate your time and your Advice. Stay safe out there or in there is the case may be Hey, YouTube. Thanks a.

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