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"dr christa" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

06:53 min | 7 months ago

"dr christa" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Then the third thing you need to really start tracking triggers and. I know this sounds like what i do that already. Yes yes but have you done anything about them. Do you write them down. Okay because i actually create. I created the book. Approach you know. This book pricks blood sugar because writing down blood sugar values. You can't forget it if you write it down you're like oh that was a three hundred whereas on a device you just turn the device off and everything's hunky dory again write it down and you think okay. What did i do what i eat. And sometimes you'll know and be like well say lobby and it's like yes okay. Just don't do that again. Who cares but but how quickly so. I'm not a diabetic. So i don't know the numbers. Are you know but how quickly when you eat or drink. Something does it spike within a minute within one minute. Yeah because your body knows what's coming by what the taste is in that tastes signals. Your pancreas rights Like enzymes in your saliva going see. That's so funny. Because naomi tot in my earlier boot camps. Me taught us that if you are one that drinks smoothie for your breakfast now the not you type dot not you diabetics smoothie that other people who do What we need to be doing is we need to be making that smacking sound with our mouth before we drink the smoothie. Because we're drinking it. So the enzymes don't get activated to actually digest the smoothie that we're eating so before you drink unita do that kind of chomping deal. I'm going. I can't be around anybody doing that just because auditory sensitive but but no but like your body kind of knows and so the insulin. The insulin will start to move. But since the insulin isn't gonna do a great job right. I mean right now. I could drink something and test my blood sugar in minute. Be high the next. The next second would be low because my response works. But that's the other thing. People think i'm gonna i'm attached to two hours later. Will you already missed everything that food does to you. So how often it. How often do they need to be testing that blood sugar then to get a good idea of what is doing well if they're so if they're curious you know i wouldn't do testing all day every day because that's bright who does. Let's say you know if you wake him in the morning and you have a fasting. Blood sugar Chester fasting okay. That's that's really what you should do. But let's say you. Have you have a regular breakfast and you wanna see what they breakfast is doing to. Okay finish your breakfast okay. Should take what five to ten minutes to finish k. Fear slow eater. I don't even know what to do. Because i but like right after. You're finished you test your blood sugar right and then ten minutes later than thirty and then sixty and you'll see what direction it's going. Okay now obviously if on mealtime insulin like lipizzaner libero. That's gonna be masked a little bit. But that's that's why even more you need to test to see what the food does to okay in. Shay yeah i mean the whole ranges of two hours later and then you miss all of those data points so people are thinking. I'm doing great. Look at this and they go in there. Eight eight percent from six percent because they're not really giving the information right in their head their goal is to get good blood sugars and they're getting reasonable ones but they're using all those infinite number of blood sugars in between because they're not testing and i don't think they should but you gotta understand the the thinking on this and what. The food is june okay. The book of pricks is a blood sugar journal and this is available for people. Oh yeah. I sell it all the time. Yeah okay and we can go to dr chris to allow dot com is the website right. Dr christa in. It's on you know. I didn't even well. Your name is right up there. So just dr christel. L. dot com for the website For those of you who are watching to jump in and grab yourself that lash ford slash log. Dr chris l. dot com slash log. It's right there adorable i just one. I can't stand that. People are getting pharmaceutical products To write down their blood sugars on that makes me crazy. 'cause they're not your friend right but also any. Here's a little mind trick. If the notebook is cute for some reason we want to use it right true. Like i have behind me yes. I'm not using them. I don't know we have something that we like. I think it's it's a woman thing right so we're gonna have to. We're going to have to have you come back on talk about labels because i think this is such an important topic not just for diabetics but for every bias and i'd really like your take on that label reading but to end the conversation. I want you to talk about the book coming out. And don't you have a program coming out as well Okay so i thought about this long hard. Okay because you know. It's very hard to try to convince people listened. There's a better way they really have to know. And and if. I do have of course coming out called the less meds method but before they invest in themselves. They want to know what they're in for. Like you know what. Let me just write it down in a book and so i created the one one less met. It's called one less med. The no bullshit strategy to being a less diabetes medications with less effort because it is simpler. I love it. it's just it's totally me like the so we go into what you need to know. Why aren't you on one. Less met already and then how to do it. And it's very repeatable predictable framework. That's easy it's just like do this first than this than this and then all the way back to the beginning and do this. Do this do this until you're on one less med. And this is my sneaky. Way actually of showing people how to be on Nomads but it starts with that first one right right right. So that's in the editing process. Now so i'm i. I'm hoping to kick that out to the universe. august the excite we. I'm sure we're all going to be following you at dr christa. Ello dot com. And so i know you'll be plastering that all over the playoffs here and if we get you back for part two to really teach us how to read those labels. I'm sure we might even have the The that edited version. That we i love. Those are absolutely the final question for you is. What is your best toxin. Free lifestyle tip o'neill.

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"dr christa" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

The Toxin Terminator

07:55 min | 7 months ago

"dr christa" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator

"Our town was all bolaise. Now remember we are on our rating and review campaign. Were coming up into anniversary number two. I would love us to get well over a hundred ratings On the podcast. So if you would be so inclined go in there and leave a rating and review each and every month we are doing a drawing For five hundred dollars worth eight toxin free products. We've got a course that we're giving out this month in july. It is author featured authors saw so many of my past guests are authors and we have a plethora of books that we're going to be sending out saw each month we draw one. Lucky winner in august will go back to the toxin free products today. We are talking about changing your thoughts to change your mind. I have got with us the esteemed dr christa elo. She is a medical expert. She is also She considers herself a diabetic expert And she is really putting the hammer down on some of the myth surrounding the way that we're treating diabetes. Today she is a clinical pharmacist. board certified in chronic disease management. She also believes that the nutritional guidelines that are set out by the establishment really are leading to the obesity problems and diabetes. That maybe we may have it all wrong. She loves to teach people how to get off. Meds cut their sugars and their weight so that they don't have to settle for cutting short their lives. Thank you dr. Alo coming on the show today. I'm so excited. have you again. Thank you for the introduction. That was like south like a review. Those like barry. Thank you so much appeal so important important. Do important things i like. I like to think so. It is hard to do what i do. Being on this side of the of the equation Seeing things a different way. But you know if somebody knew something that would prolong my life and didn't tell me to stop it. You know. tell me what to change to prolong my life and make better like right feel can do so right exactly why. We're both in the space that we're in you know. We both have learned things through our careers that were absolutely life changing and in a pivot and i know you've got such a great story on that pivot for you because you were really happy with what you were doing. You're steamed and you had all the credentials. And what every pharmacist aspires to be. But there was a pivotal moment for you. And i really like before we get into the meat of what we want to talk about today. Because i think that's an important piece of who you are today. Yeah i i had. Yeah i did have that job in the name play in the office. You know it's if you're if you're a pharmacist. You really want to be recognized for so much that you know because so many people don't know what we know right. Don't know about what we know. And so having that i got that clinical pharmacist position in the clinic treating chronic disease right and so of course if between conference as what comes to the surface diabetes. Because it's like the thing ever. It's it's getting bad it's getting worse. It's getting big. Well i don just super-quick in and we can cover this in a minute. I just want our audience to understand why we talk about diabetes and i don't mean to interrupt the startup a flow but you know me we've worked enough together i wrote some stats down. And i don't even think that their current today yet providence. Listen to this guy's eighty eight million people have diabetes. Eight million have prediabetes. Eighty eight million have prediabetes. Hello there one in three people are pre diabetic. that's insane. my immediate family is twenty. That means several of us are pre-diabetic. Several of our pre diabetic. Eight out of ten people had no idea that they're pre diabetic carpet. Don't know on thirty four point. Two million people have been diagnosed with diabetes. It is a three hundred and twenty. Seven billion dollar cost to the united states. Ibd's three hundred twenty seven billion dollars. Now listen the interesting. Staten and tommy. Dr alo. this is correct or not. Type one diabetes only five to ten percent type. Two is ninety nine to ninety five percent. That's awesome new because to is reversible. Yeah so we can chime in the bucks. Yeah we can kick it in the face which means we can yeah. We don't have to be bullied by it anymore. Okay so those are correct stats and i just wanna add on an interesting little stat and you know people who have insurance and have a lot of those costs covered you know. I just want a little nugget out there because it's still about five thousand dollars a year to handle treating diabetes out of pocket even if you have insurance. Oh i know this might. My niece is type one diabetic and she is on an insulin. Pump j. still spending over one hundred dollars a month on her medication. Even though she's got insurance You know that's her out of pocket expense not to mention. The pump supplies themselves in order for her to get the pomp. I think it was like two thousand dollars. She had to pay out of her own pocket for that pump but that pomp is life changing for her as one diabetic in terms of her management of our a one c and. I know we'll get more into that. But i smoke on type two okay so back to the story where we've got that luxury job. We've got the one where all esteemed and wanting to be in right. Okay yes we yes. We're in this job and we're doing our thing that we think we're good at right. We're like i'm doing you know. And so i will say i'm pretty good at finding people where they are in nights helping them where they are a lot. People will just be like you have to do this. That's the only way that doesn't work there but you know. I thought i was better than what i was and so what happened was i had this one particularly stubborn patient and i think about her still and she had you know she was that question asker. She's like no. I heard that this. I did my own research on like okay okay. Why don't we try. Try this right. And i was starting her on long acting insulin. Which in that. Time in that body in that in that distant version of krista. It was a good idea because her numbers were crazy. Okay and so so. She trusted me enough to help me her do that. We did it which you came back a month later long story short. Nothing really changed. And like i'm supposed to get a sugar under control. Nothing really changed. She still had problems Agency didn't move as much. Like i was expecting something more and it wasn't there right. Okay and she. I remember her being like. Oh i got here because you. You're supposed to be this big great thing. That's supposed to help me more than anybody else. She said it nicer can we. She said at night sir. What i heard was you're supposed to be an expert on. You still didn't do more for me than it'd be ousted and i'm like wow so you know and But that's not her fault. That was my fault than saw. I'm like okay she's right. I'm supposed to be this crazy. Expert person This was supposed to work in. I'm looking at all the standards of care. The most up-to-date thing bob watson work at now not only wish you know we're.

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"dr christa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:52 min | 7 months ago

"dr christa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Lizzie O Leary in pretension. A Vega This is the takeaway. We're continuing our conversation with Doyle, D but investigative reporter for Propublica about her recent reporting detailing the emergence of previously undiagnosed cancers as people put off normal screenings and didn't go to the doctor. Due to fears around Covid 19. You wrote about this woman, Teresa Rubalcaba in your story, and her story just floored me. Tell me a little bit about her. So Theresa is a 48 year old factory worker and mother who spent almost half her life working at the same Chicago candy factory. She she loves her three Children. She loves her job. And that's why when the pandemic hit, and many of us were able to work from home, she kept working at the factory. She was afraid of losing her job. She was afraid of falling again behind on her mortgage that being able to provide for her family, and she was also afraid of going to the doctor or the ER in the middle of pandemic. So she ignored her symptoms. You know, she was saying that her right breast was swelling and she was so embarrassed that somebody at the work might notice. So she started stuffing her, um, left side of her bra so no one would notice. And and she grew more tired and her breast was, um, growing more and more inflamed, but she kept going in to work until one day. It just got to be too much. And so, she said, OK, I'm going to take time off of work. I'm going to schedule Telehealth visit and then I'll you know, be back at work the next day. She did that visit? Um, but the doctor couldn't examine her in person. She exempt her through a computer screen, and she told her it looks like an infection. Here's some antibiotics. And of course, it wasn't an infection. The antibiotics didn't work. And so she ended up at the emergency room of Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago, where she met the oncologist, Dr Coleslaw, and she was later diagnosed with stage for inflammatory breast cancer. You have a description in your story of Dr Khosla examining Teresa and that her breast felt like the skin of an orange that it was something that Dr Christa Doesn't even see that often because usually things don't get that far. Right and inflammatory breast cancer in general is a rare type of breast cancer. And for it to get to this point was something that Dr Khosla She said she hadn't seen that this severe and about a decade. Mm. What do you think? Theresa Story tells us about the sort of life of Central workers and also workers of color during this pandemic. I think it just shows this huge gap and who was able to access care and who's able to get the care that they need. And who can't. Um she started feeling symptoms. Last year she was actively Kind of hiding her symptoms, ignoring them for more than six months because she was afraid because she had to keep working, And that to me is Just speaks volumes as to what's wrong with the way things are happening right now in our society. What has that six months cost her? Unfortunately, at this point, her cancer has metastasized, so it's gone spread beyond her breast to her hip into her bones and to her lymph nodes. Dr Costa told me is that if she would have come in six months earlier, she likely would have undergone Chemo and surgery and been done, But now she's incurable. It's not just the sort of Teresa's of the country who are being harmed by this right now. But when we think about the preventative screenings or the long lasting effects That the pandemic could have on care or even on research. What have you learned? Unfortunately, this Is going to Result in a devastating Paul, uh, loss of life, and, um, just the ripple effects that it will have on families. You know, The story also looks a lot of today, says son Sergio, who an aspiring doctor. An aspiring doctor. Yes. Who you know who graduated college and had, you know was pretty mad. Had all these plans to go to medical school, but he put his life on hold to come back and and help with the bills and then The pandemic hit. So you know, he said, Wait a little bit longer, and then his mom got sick and now he doesn't know when he'll be able to start back up that process of becoming a doctor and going to medical school. I am so unfortunately, it's so far reaching and in terms of, you know, research and and cancer progress. We had made so much progress in this country when it came to reducing cancer mortality. There had been a a drop of 31% and cancer death rates from 1991 to 2000 and 18. And now the fear is all of that is going to be pushed back because the focus shifted. I mean, you know, I talked to oncologists who said that they had their grants that, um, that were in the pipeline for cancer research, you know, get canceled because that money was shifting to covid research. Mm. So it's not just a question of care, but also that the singular focus on Covid has sort of crowded out the funding for for thinking about how we treat cancer in the future. Absolutely. And unfortunately, we know about cancer is that you know, this is a field that With research. I mean, we're constantly learning more were constantly coming up with new drugs and new treatment options, so that's another a lingering effect that's going to cost us in the long run. You know, I am someone who, frankly has put off my own mammogram during this, and I think it's understandable that people might be nervous about going to the doctor going to a hospital. If someone is listening to this and thinking, man, I probably do need to make this appointment. What should they know? And what do experts say about you know the risks? Uh, Of Covid versus the risks of going undiagnosed. I'll.

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"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A lot of people interested in our conversation with Dr Cara Chris coming up in about 12 about 30 minutes from right now. Talked with Dr Crist about the state of the vaccines. And there are a lot of people reaching out frustrated that they're not able to get through to get their second dose of the vaccine Couple of different things about this. There's county sites there state sites, but all in all people frustrated that it's not easier now. Everything we've heard about getting the dosage and getting things done once you're there. Has been seamless, but it's getting in. That is frustrating people. So Dr Christa's always willing to talk about these things, and we'll try to clarify everything we can about how and when you can get that second dose with Dr Parra Crist Exclusively here on the mic broom head show coming up at 10 35. So please make it a point to be here. Before we get there a couple of things to talk about. I'm gonna know about schools in a moment because the CDC has now released the study definitively saying where it's safest for kids to be right now. And we'll see how the school district's get around this, the ones that don't want to open. But let's start with a higher minimum wage. Everybody out there wants to make more money, and I will tell you as an employer. I wanted to pay my employees as much as I could. If I had people that were loyal, and we're good workers. I wanted them Torun, a good living Um, one of the I think misconceptions from people is that business owners are Ebony's air. Scrooge can't put another call on the fire. I guess you want tomorrow off for Christmas. I guess you're gonna want me to pay you for that. And that's really just not the way business owners are, but they are a slave to the bottom line. There's no doubt about that they are. They have to answer that question. Um Uh, they have to answer that question. Every single day. They've got the answer to that bottom line. So in a $15 hour minimum wage, and according to the study, what economists believe in arbitrarily raising that minimum wage, especially now with what's going on with Cove, it So the Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, argued last week before a finance committee that raising the federal minimum wage from 7 25 to $15 an hour would have a very minimal impact. On the overall employment. Every other bit of research says exactly the opposite. You're talking about losing millions of jobs. 3.7 is the prediction by 3.7 Million additional jobs lost by 2025 if you raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour And so Joe Biden, the president has included a proposal to raise the federal minimum wage in his coronavirus relief package. So I want you to think about this. And I guess political leanings shouldn't matter. But I'm making this political, I guess is that Joe Biden in this in this package and what he wants to do here in America. He wants to make gasoline more expensive, which is going to hurt the individual. But I'm talking specifically what this will do to small businesses. Wants to raise the price of gasoline through taxation. And through restrictions because they have been very, very restrictive and are being very restrictive, with permits for drilling now on private land and are in public lands and in the water. They are ending these leases. They are ending the pipeline. They are again putting heavy restrictions on the fossil fuel industries in general, and we're going to begin every one of us will begin paying more money for a price for a gallon of gasoline. What that will do. A small businesses to have vehicles on the road is raised their cost of doing business. Ah lot. And then on top of that, They're going to now raise taxes on people that make $400,000 a year. Which is small businesses. If you are what they call a pass through corporation and LLC, things of that nature. This is going to affect you as well. Now, on top of that, they want to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour Well, You can't drive a vehicle without gasoline in it. So you're gonna have to eat that tax increase and that gas price increase. You have two without a doubt, You're going to have to pay your income taxes. There's no way around that you don't cheat the IR s because they will find you. The only area that you have any control of in this arena is how many people you hire. And one of the things in this study that it shows is that small businesses are the ones that get hit the hardest that employ the fewest people. So if you have to pay all of your employees $15 an hour You're going to get rid of a first You're unskilled labor, so the very people out there that are making 7 25 an hour in a minimum wage job. Or maybe they're making 10 bucks an hour in a low skilled position with a company. You're now gone. That's why you lose 3.7 million jobs. The idea of people making more money is admirable and everybody wants it. But to just arbitrarily say you must pay somebody. It's going. It's going to Jack the cost of goods and services. So the people making that minimum wage you're not going to see their lives improve because the cost of living is going to go up. Because the cost of goods and services are going to go up and you are going to see a lot more a lot more people going to autumn ization. You are going to see robots and kiosks. And you were going to see much more of that in the future because they don't have to pay them a dime. They will pay the cost of maintenance. They won't have to pay overtime. They won't have to pay a salary. They won't have to pay employees taxes. They won't have to pay benefits. They won't have to pay any of that. And you will be seeing more and more machines in fast food restaurants in retail scenarios and settings. It's just going to happen. So everybody that they are trying to help. They're going to hurt. And it doesn't matter what the deep with the What the data says in their mind. Ideologically, 7 25 is not enough in our so we're gonna force employers to pay more money, and that's going to solve a problem, which it is not going to do. The last thing I'll say Here's the headline. Biden continues. Fossil Fuel CRACKDOWN plans to suspend new oil drilling permits on federal land reports sense This is going to we worked very hard as a nation to become energy, independent and becoming energy independent, his German gas prices down to a very low number affordable to everyone..

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"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We It will depend on how quickly we can get people vaccinated and how many people get vaccinated onto how that will impact the numbers, But eventually it will save lives. I think as we get to the summer of 2021, we will start to see the virus being under control because We'll have a lot of vaccination available. Dr Cara Krista's joining us He is the director of the Department of Health Services here in the state of Arizona. One of the national experts said they believed they were going to see a dramatic drop in hospitalizations and deaths off older Americans by the end of January because of the implementation of this vaccine to older people after health care workers do you believe that? No, that is about true? Are you thinking it's gonna be later than January? The end of January? So we are prioritizing our skilled nursing facilities, which are those in that kind of highest security long term care setting. They are part of Phase one A. And we're working with the CDC pharmacy partnership to get them vaccinated as quickly as possible. So I think that will play a huge role, and we are trying to get all of that done before the beginning or mid January, so that will reduce that and then we will branch out to our assisted living or independent living. Our senior centers. Um, and those that live in Congress gets settings, So I think that those populations that have been significantly impacted are going to see a tremendous benefit from vaccine. Do your anticipation of when the general public can see the vaccine, not holding you to a date. But what are you hoping for? And based on what you're seeing? What do you think that's going to be? So I'm hoping that the general population should be seeing vaccine March or April to be the beginning of a spring when we hit that phase one b. That's when we start getting into teachers and, um, law enforcement and those essential workers that keep the community running so they will start to get vaccine in January and February, so The communities will start to see additional vaccine as we move through the next 3 to 4 months. Dr Christa's always appreciate the time with you and would last thing I want to ask is about the advice to people. The governor thank everybody for doing the right thing over the Thanksgiving holiday, And yet we're seeing this huge increase. So I know he's not trying to confuse people. But people are confused. If we're at 91% public mask usage, What are we not doing? That's causing this huge increase. You know, I think that that's a great question cause I think Arizonans are doing a great job, especially when they're out and about in public when strangers are around. I think where we're letting our guard down is what we think is our quarantine or the people that are doing the same things we are. But what people need to realize is that when you take your mask off and you get into close proximity of somebody, you're not only in close proximity of them, but you're in close proximity to all of the people that they've been in close proximity with and you may not know all those people. And they may not be taking the same precautions. So really, if you don't live with somebody, you should be masked up and staying physically distant to make sure that you don't you don't catch the prophet 19 Perfect. We appreciate the time is always look forward to talking again soon. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. All right, that is Dr Carrie Chris to the Department of Health Services here in Arizona. Obviously, concerns about hospital bed usage and numbers and inpatient bed usage, little rap on some of this and what the doctor had to say some of the key points we will talk about those coming up in just a couple of moments. You know this time of year where they were calling it the quarantine 15. We just talked with the doctor about the fact that you know we're not able to exercise you know, and then people outside with the safest place to be, but our lives have been turned upside down. We eat differently. We exercise differently. Everything's different Putting on weight..

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"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"What are we going to see when this updates in the next few minutes, so we will start to see counties that are heading into having more of the substantial metrics. And so we are seeing the state trend in the wrong direction. It does require all three metrics to be in a category for to move back to that category. So you won't see any changes right now with, um Here. The counties are, but they are heading in the wrong direction. And in the next few weeks we could start to see some shift now about the airports. The governor talked about airport testing. What is that going to look like? And what's the timeline for making that happen? So we are reaching out to the airport today, and we will start working with them on getting messaging out on setting up testing for inbound travelers so that we can offer that that would be offered free to anybody who wanted it as they were leaving what that allows us to do in public health. It's identified people who are coming. Who do you think maybe they've been infected to get their results and then have public health follow up with recommendations if they do come back positive. Dr Christa's always. We appreciate the time and we're hoping that all the message gets out. And we can get through Thanksgiving and through these holidays, not overwhelm the system. Way due to. So thank you so much for helping us. Get the word out. All right, thanks. That is Dr Terry Chris. The Department of Health Services here in the state of Arizona going to get updates on the dashboard says she just said we're gonna see an increase moving in the wrong direction. But all three categories have to move into the next period next. That next higher level for two weeks before any changes are considered. So we're not in danger of that. The.

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"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hey, T a R news 92 3 of them. Yesterday the governor had spoken along with Dr Carrick Krista about covert 19 about the uptick in cases about Thanksgiving about new protocol. New things that they're doing. So we asked Dr Chris to join us for some clarification. Doctor Chris, let's start with Thanksgiving. Let's start there with the governor's talking about older people. Maybe not wanting to go. What's your recommendation to the high risk people? Whether it's co morbidity Zor elderly people in Arizona. Who are recommendation to those that are at higher risk for covert 19 complications is to celebrate Thanksgiving with the people you live with. And so if you do expand beyond those that you live with, make sure that you are physically distancing that you are moving it outdoors and that you are wearing a mask, even if it is your family or your closest friends. If you don't live with them, please wear a mask. When you when you still we talk Co morbidity is we use that for that word? A lot. Splain. What some of those are the more people that you're seeing her the highest risk or you're having the highest fatality rate because of those, which are they, so it's going to be anybody over the age of 65 is at higher risk, as well as people who have underlying medical conditions that put them at higher risk for disease. This could be long disease, heart disease, obesity, auto immune disorders. People who are on medical treatment that's significantly lowers their immune responses ability to respond. So those were the individuals that we are cautioning to make sure that they on Lee spend time with those that they live with The messaging off of covert. 19 is a time when we're seeing a spike in cases like we are for trying to keep hospitalizations down, And obviously the goal is to keep the death rate is low is possible. Is it time to message directly to those at risk people and say it's time for you to take extra caution? You have to take care of yourself over and above the masks and everything else that we're all doing the extra things for those people to shelter in place or do extra things to make sure they're safe. Absolutely. So it's critical that they understand that they are at higher risk of hospitalization and even death. They actually are not our highest demographics that are getting infected, so most of them are taking it very seriously. What we've identified, though, is people don't understand the risk when they are around their loved ones or Like trusted friends. People are still taking off the masks. They're gathering in. You know, private homes where you don't need to wear a mask on and that's where it's getting transmitted. Yeah, that was my next question was if we're seeing more and maybe my eyes or fooling me, but it seems as if now in the month of November Maura people in Arizona wearing masks they were let's say in May in June, people are starting to get the message. And yet we're seeing this high rate of spread. So you attribute that to these private gatherings without masks? Absolutely. What we are seeing is that it spreads very easily and households and in small household gatherings, and so people are very good about going toe. Wear the mask when they go pick up take out from the restaurant when they're around strangers taking it home to have dinner with their friends in what they Feel is a safe setting, and it is not right. So we know that from the standpoint of whether it's the liquor board or somehow in the state that there's enforcement possible in public. If business owners aren't complying, you have a means to stop them or to make them comply or shut them down. Other than telling people Just do this in your home. How do you enforce this on Thanksgiving or any other day in private settings that would that would be very difficult to enforce in a private setting. So we really need all Arizonans to take take those actions and implement them for Thanksgiving because we know a lot of households are going to be coming together, and that's going to increase the risk. So is it a perfect storm that's happening right now. Thanksgiving we saw the destination. Sedona, Scottsdale on the top five list of travelers snowbirds are coming here for the winter. Are you How concerned are you on a scale of 1 to 10 that this time of year is gonna be really tough? We have been significantly concerned about Thanksgiving for a while. I would say Mike level of concern is at a nine. I think lots of people are understandably tired of the coast. 19 pandemic. They've been looking forward to the holidays for months, and they want take it together with their family and friends. And now we've identified that that is a significant risk. And so we do anticipate seeing additional increases after Thanksgiving. When you're looking at the hospitalization rates and the rate of death, they still seem to be lagging. And I know you said that two week period is usually the time frame. Are you feeling a little bit better than you were in July that were so we're able to get the medical professionals were able to get have a handle on this a little better. We are you as nervous now about this overwhelming the system. We're always concerned about the impact that it could have on our health care system. We want to make sure that Arizonans that need high level care can access that high level of care. And we know that our health care workers have been at this for so long, and they are fatigued and their justice. Just as likely to get tickets as people in the community and maybe even more. So That's why we're encouraging everybody to take those steps because we want to preserve those beds. However, I will say it is promising because our healthcare workers are doing a phenomenal job at treating covert patients being able to manage them on the outpatient basis and really being able to manage some of those severe impacts. The two dashboards are updating this morning and should be soon on schools and businesses. What are we going to see when this updates in the next few minutes, so we will start to see counties that are heading into Having more of the substantial metrics, and so we are seeing the state trend in the wrong direction. It does require all three metrics to be in a category for to move back to that category. So you won't see any changes right now with, um where the counties are, but they are heading in the wrong direction. And in the next few weeks we could start to see some shift. Now about the airports. The governor talked about airport testing. What is that going to look like? And what's the timeline for making that happen? We are reaching out to the airport today, and we will start working with him on getting messaging out on setting up testing for inbound travelers so that we can offer that that would be offered free to anybody who wanted it as they were leaving what that allows us to do in public health. It's identified people who are coming. Who do you think maybe they've been infected? Get their results and then have public health follow up with recommendations if they do come back positive. Dr Christa's always. We appreciate the time and I were hoping that all the message gets out. And we can get through Thanksgiving and through these holidays, not overwhelm the system. We do too. So thank you so much for helping us. Get the word out. All right, thanks. That is Dr Terry Chris, the Department of Health Services here in the state of Arizona. Get updates on the dashboard says she just said we're gonna see an increase moving in the wrong direction. But all three categories have to move into the next period next that next higher level for two weeks before any changes are considered. So we're not in danger of that. The best of the.

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"The governor speak had spoken along with Dr Cara Krista about Over 19 about the uptick in cases about Thanksgiving about new protocol and new things that they're doing, so we asked Dr Chris to join us for some clarification. Doctor Chris, Let's start with Thanksgiving. Let's start there with the governor's talking about older people. Maybe not wanting to go. What's your recommendation to the high risk people? Whether it's co morbidity Zor elderly people in Arizona. Who are recommendation to those that are at higher risk for covert 19 complications is to celebrate Thanksgiving with the people you live with. And so if you do expand beyond those that you live with, make sure that you are physically distancing that you are moving it outdoors and that you are wearing a mask, even if it is your family or your closest friends. If you don't live with them, please wear a mask. When you when used, we talk co morbidity is we use that for that word? A lot. Can you explain what some of those are The more people you're seeing her the highest risk, or you're having the highest fatality rate because of those, which are they? So it's going to be anybody over the age of 65 is at higher risk, as well as people who have underlying medical conditions that put them at higher risk for disease. This could be long disease, heart disease, obesity, um, autoimmune disorders. People who are on medical treatment that's significantly lowers their immune responses, ability to respond. So those were the individuals that we are cautioning to make sure that they on Lee spend time with those that they live with. In the messaging of covert 19 is a time when we're seeing a spike in cases like we are for trying to keep hospitalizations down, And obviously the goal is to keep the death rate is low is possible. Is it time to message directly to those at risk people and say it's time for you to take extra caution that you have to take care of yourself over and above the masks and everything else that we're all doing? The extra things for those people to shelter in place or do extra things to make sure they're safe. Absolutely. So it's critical that they understand that they are at higher risk of hospitalization and even death. Um they actually are not our highest demographics that air getting infected so most of them are taking it very seriously. What we've identified, though, is people don't understand the risk when they are around their loved ones or, like trusted friends. People are still taking off the masks. They're gathering in, you know. Private homes where you don't need to wear a mask on, but that's where it's getting transmitted. Yeah, that was my next question was, if we're seeing more and my maybe my eyes or fooling me, but it seems as if now in the month of November More people in Arizona wearing masks they were, let's say in May in June, people are starting to get the message. And yet we're seeing this high rate of spread. So you attribute that to these private gatherings without masks, so absolutely. What we are seeing is that it spreads very easily and households and in small household gatherings, and so people are very good about going toe. Wear the mask when they go pick up take out from the restaurant when they're around strangers taking it home. To have dinner with their friends in what they feel is a safe setting, and it is not right. So we know that from the standpoint of whether it's the liquor board or somehow in the state that there's enforcement possible in public, If if business owners aren't complying, you have a means to stop them or to make them comply or shut them down. Other than telling people Just do this in your home. How do you enforce this on Thanksgiving or any other day in private settings that would that would be very difficult to enforce in a private setting. So we really need all Arizonans to take take those actions and implement them for Thanksgiving because we know a lot of households are going to be coming together, and that's going to increase the risk. So is it a perfect storm that's happening right now. Thanksgiving we saw the destination. Sedona, Scottsdale on the top five list of travelers snowbirds are coming here for the winter. Are you How concerned are you on a scale of 1 to 10 that this time of year is gonna be really tough? We have been significantly concerned about Thanksgiving for a while, I would say on my mic level of concern is at a nine. I think lots of people are understandably tired of the covert 19 pandemic. They've been looking forward to the holidays for months. And, um they want to get together with their family and friends. And now we've identified that that is a significant risk. And so we do anticipate seeing additional increases after Thanksgiving. When you're looking at the hospitalization rates and the rate of death, they still seem to be lagging. And I know you said that two week period is usually the time frame. Are you feeling a little bit better than you were in July and that we were able to get the medical professionals were able to get have a handle on this a little better Are we? Are you as nervous now about this overwhelming the system. Mm hmm. We're always concerned about the impact that it could have on our health care system. We want to make sure that Arizonans that need high level care can access that high level of care. And we know that our health care workers have been at this for so long, and they are fatigued and there just is just is likely to get sick as people in the community and maybe even more. So that's why we're encouraging everybody to take those steps because we want to preserve those beds. However, I will say it is promising because our healthcare workers are doing a phenomenal job at treating covert patients being able to manage them on the outpatient basis and really being able to manage some of those severe impacts. The two dashboards are updating this morning and should be soon on schools and businesses. What are we going to see when this updates in the next few minutes, so we will start to see counties that are heading into Having more of the substantial metrics, and so we are seeing the state trend in the wrong direction. It does require all three metrics to be in a category for to move back to that category. So you won't see any changes right now with, um where the counties are, but they are heading in the wrong direction. And in the next few weeks we could start to see some shifts. Now about the airports. The governor talked about airport testing. What is that going to look like? And what's the timeline for making that happen? So we are reaching out to the airport today, and we will start working with him on getting messaging out on setting up testing for inbound travelers so that we can offer that that would be offered free to anybody who wanted it as they were leaving. What that allows us to do. In public health is identified people who are coming. Who do you think maybe they've been infected to get their results and then have public health follow up with recommendations if they do come back positive. Dr Christa's always. We appreciate the time and we're hoping that all the message gets out. And we can get through Thanksgiving and through these holidays, not overwhelm the system. We do too. So thank you so much for helping us. Get the word out. All right, thanks. That is Dr Terry Chris, the Department of Health Services here in the state of Arizona. Get updates on the dashboard says she just said we're gonna see an increase moving in the wrong direction. But all three categories have to move into the next period next that next higher level for two weeks before any changes are considered. So we're not in danger of that going to talk numbers. Obviously, we've got a Gator's coming on. In a few moments. We're gonna do our poll question of the day and then we're going to talk about, of course, covert 19 and then more about the Biden campaign. And what's going to happen here in Arizona? Do we have answers all that coming up? Stick around? Him hope it's black Friday. Super sale is going on. Now It's.

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"From head to toe coverings. I mean, so it is. It is considered safe to go back to the dentist. But But the problem people have is there's still air assault. You know that's where the virus might live. It could be coming from your mouth or it could be lingering in the air. So you want to make sure your dentist is practicing all the proper protocols to make it as safe as possible. And I will say that it is very safe. But I saw all my colleagues Frankie, you know, just about tripping over themselves and and and opening up their wallets, spending unlimited amounts of money to deal with this aerosol. And I thought to myself What if we were just to get rid of the drills? Let's just get rid of everything that causes an aerosol and instead of used drills and suction and ultrasonic Why not Just hell to decay with a medicine but use a medicinal medical approach instead of the mechanical approach, where we cut out, amputate to structure. That's been going on for 100 years. Absolutely. And we're going to the body like that. Not at all. Not at all. And I'm spot on with you. Imagine Treating to industry The way Dr Christa's with the best website will be back with this extraordinary. Extraordinary dentist, Dr Chris in just a moment. Go ahead and give your website Sure my website is the thrill is gone. Just like the King used to say the thrill is gone. The thrill is gone. Drill is gone dot com. Oh, yeah, We got it. We got it. We got it will be right back. It's Frankie Boyer Biz talk Radio's Day too. The pursuit of a healthy immune system is so important for our long term health and being healthy for the long term is everyone's goal. Right? So which immune health supplement is recommended for those who also have cardiovascular concerns..

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"At 8 35. We had Dr Carrick Wrist on the show with us, the head of Arizona Department of Health Services. And wealth of information and a lot of questions Asked about covert 19 and the update of the dashboard starting with schools, and one of the things is this definition of outbreak and that's what we started the interview. So here's the interview with her. The first question is, Please tell us the definition of an outbreak in epidemiology and outbreak is anything over an anticipated number of cases. When we're talking about a school, the definition is two or more cases. That are not household contacts or have another source of contact outside of the school. That's when we would start working with the school and they should report to public health is that number but saying the word outbreak it made me think of much many more cases, and there are some schools that are closing down in panel County. They're closing them down for two or three cases in a school. Do you think that's a little bit of overkill? So our local health departments are the boots on the ground? They are the experts in public health in their communities, and they work with each school on a case by case basis, So it's going to depend on what they're seeing on the ground and what the risk factors are. So if there's a school that has a large number of high risk Children, they may recommend that that school go to a virtual learning during the during the incubation period, where other schools they may be able to sit still. Tate remaining open for in person education and working with the contacts. The Wilson School District in Phoenix has closed because of outbreak Now I I didn't see in the story. How many cases that is If you were asked for the advice. What would that number look like for you is are a number of cases are, as you say, the other extenuating circumstances to consider. I think it's it really is a case by case basis. You have to look at those extenuating circumstances. So if you would have multiple classrooms in a school that had cases that might signal that you've got on going transmission if you have two cases in the same classroom, but they've done a great job, physical distancing and they've worn masks. That may just be a recommendation for those students to stay home for their 10 days until they get better and for close contacts and friends who have spent time very close to those students stay home for a 14 Day quarantine period and watching what the schools have done that have opened. I was very impressed with the way they were handling them. We'll issue was a great example of being able to manage cases and stay open. Is that how you feel from what you've seen so far? Yes. So far are schools have done a great job as they've been returning to in person school. We anticipated that there would be cases when we brought everyone back. But they have great mitigation strategies. They are requiring the use of masks and the parents are being very cooperative and notifying the schools of cases. A story in the media this morning talking about a surge we're in the middle of our third surge of covert 19. Do you feel that where you were anticipating? More cases began open things up. Is this what you anticipated or higher numbers than you anticipated? So we are seeing an increase over the last few weeks in both the number of cases and the percent positivity. We remain concern and on high alert, But we have been since January when we got our first case. We do believe that we will see an increase and continued increase in cases. And so we encourage everybody Now is not the time to stop wearing masks and, you know, resuming normal activities. We need everybody to continue doing a great job at mask wearing, staying, physically distanced and staying home when you're sick. Arizona Department, health Services director Dr Characteristics joining us when you when you as you see these numbers go up is just saying you're being diligent. But at what point is there a place you can tell us? Is there a level that you can tell us where you would begin to consider taking a step backward either in the schools or businesses, So we continue to watch the data and, you know, are updating our benchmark metrics on a weekly basis this week. All of our county's going to remain either in a moderate or minimal category. But what we would be looking for is all three metrics to return to a substantial category. So over 100 per 100,000 cases over 10% positivity and a significant increase in covert like illness in our hospitals. We would work with those local communities to identify what the extenuating circumstances were so that we could make recommendations to keep those Arizona and safe when we know those two data dashboards, with one for schools, and one for business is going to be released. About 20 minutes or so. Did you see anything in any of those, either of those dashboards that concerned you specifically So we are seeing in specific counties. We are seeing increases in rates and increases in percent positivity. What seems to be different, according to my epidemiologist here is that instead of it just being the general statewide increase, like we saw in May and June and July. We're seeing it in specific pockets. And so we are working very closely with the Jurisdictions to implement recommendations and and help them work some through some of those specific circumstances. All right scale of 1 to 10. How concerned are you about seeing another spike based on the numbers you're seeing right now? Well, I think one of the concerning things that as I look at our data, we are seeing an increase. We know that the major demographic is our 18 like 2 30 year old with the increased that's going on around the nation and people coming home like from colleges to Arizona. Thanksgiving has me highly concerned that about 10 to 14 days after Thanksgiving, we will see a significant increase. So again, we're we're reminding Arizonans Thanksgiving may look a little different this year than it has in the past. In crunching the numbers, which they make fun of me because I do this every day. I look at the numbers of your under 55 years old. The risk of being killed or being fatal from covert 19 is extremely low, and then it seems to jump very significantly over 65. Is there any research on why that is and is that you believe that's going to stay consistent? So that's what the data seems to be showing is that those that are over the age of 55? Especially if you're over the age of 65, you are in a much higher risk of dying from Cove it if you come down with it, we also know that patients should get hospitalized have a higher risk. So what we want to encourage people is even if you aren't at high risk, you probably have someone you love who is And so please remember to wear that mask, especially if you don't live with them, and you are visiting them, because what we're seeing is transmission in small household gatherings. Where people feel that they're with close friends or with their family members, and it is safe to remove the masks. It's safe to get close to them, and we're finding out that that is causing increased transmission. Let's talk about the mask mandates. We know that Scott Stills rescinded. There's we now know that Kingman is rescinding. There's how do you feel about cities? Removing that mass mandate way would like everyone to wear a mask in Arizona. Luckily, the majority of our state is still covered in a mask mandate, Maricopa County and Pema counties. Both do have required mouth mandates but part of the mitigation strategies for those businesses that have opened or restaurants. Regardless of whether there's a mask mandate. You need to wear a mask. If you are in a gym in a restaurant in a bar in a movie theater, and that's just a requirement by the department on those industries. Dr Christa's always We appreciate the wealth of information, and we're looking forward to the updated dash boards in a few minutes. Yes, and our school dash Our school dashboard will look different today. So take a look at it when it goes live. Absolutely thanks, Doctor. Thank you. That was my interview with Dr Carrick wrist earlier this morning wealth of information, especially her concerns about Thanksgiving, a bit of a surprise, But it made perfect.

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"Talk about the word outbreak two or more cases in a school. Can you explain the definition? And then I will follow up question about that word because it's scaring a lot of people. What exactly constitutes an outbreak? So in epidemiology and outbreak is anything over an anticipated number of cases When we're talking about a school, the definition is two or more cases that are not household contacts or have another source of contact outside of the school. That's when we would start working with the school and they should report to public health is that number but saying the word outbreak it made me think of much many more cases. And there are some schools that are closing down in panel county. They're closing them down for two or three cases in a school. Do you think that's a little bit of overkill? So our local health departments are the boots on the ground. They are the experts in public health in their communities, and they work with each school on a case by case basis, So it's going to depend on what they're seeing on the ground and what the risk factors are. So if there's a school that has a large number of high risk Children, they may recommend that that school go to a virtual learning during Thie. During the incubation period, where other schools they may be ableto facilitate remaining open for in person education and working with the contacts. The Wilson School District in Phoenix has closed because of outbreak Now, I didn't see in the story. How many cases that is If you were asked for the advice. What would that number look like for you is are a number of cases are, as you say, the other extenuating circumstances to consider. I think it's it really is a case by case basis. You have tto look at those extenuating circumstances. So if you would have multiple classrooms in a school that had cases That might signal that you've got on going transmission if you have two cases in the same classroom, But they've done a great job, physical distancing and they've worn masks. That may just be a recommendation for those students to stay home for their 10 days until they get better and for close contacts and friends who have spent time very close to those students. Stay home for a 14 Day quarantine period and watching what the schools have done that have opened. I was very impressed with the way they were handling them. We'll issue was a great example of being able to manage cases and stay open. Is that how you feel from what you've seen so far? Yes. So far are schools have done a great job as they've been returning to in person school. We anticipated that there would be cases when we brought everyone back. But they have great mitigation strategies. They are requiring the use of masks and the parents are being very cooperative and notifying the schools of cases. A story in the media this morning talking about a surge. We're in the middle of our third surge of covert 19. Do you feel the way you were anticipating? More cases began? Open things up. Is this what you anticipated or higher numbers than you anticipated? So we are seeing an increase over the last few weeks in both the number of cases and the percent positivity. We remain concern and on high alert, But we have been since January when we got our first case. We do believe that we will see an increase and continued increase in cases. And so we encourage everybody Now is not the time to stop wearing masks and, you know, resuming normal activities. We need everybody to continue doing a great job at mask wearing, staying, physically distanced and staying home when you're sick. Arizona Department health Services director of Dr Characteristics, joining us when you when you as you see these numbers go up. Is you saying you're being diligent, But at what point is there a place you can tell us? Is there a level that you can tell us where you would begin to consider taking a step backward either in the schools or businesses? So we continue to watch the data and, you know, are updating our benchmark metrics on a weekly basis this week. All of our county's going to remain either in a moderate or minimal category. But what we would be looking for is all three metrics to return to a substantial category. So over 100 per 100,000 cases over 10% positivity and a significant increase in covert like illness in our hospitals, we would work. Those local communities to identify what the extenuating circumstances were so that we could make recommendations to keep those Arizona and safe when we know those two data dashboards with one for schools, and one for business is going to be released here in about 20 minutes or so. Did you see anything in any of those, either of those dashboards that concerned you specifically So we are seeing in specific counties. We are seeing increases in rates and increases in percent positivity. What seems to be different, according to my epidemiologist here is that instead of it just being the general statewide increase, like we saw in May and June and July. We're seeing it in specific pockets. And so we are working very closely with those jurisdictions to implement recommendations and help them work some through some of the specific circumstances. All right. Scale of 1 to 10. How concerned are you about seeing another spike based on the numbers you're seeing right now? Well, I think one of the concerning things that as I look at our data, we are seeing an increase. We know that the major demographic is our 18 like 2 30 year old with the increase that's going on around the nation and people coming home like from colleges to Arizona. Thanksgiving has me highly concerned that about 10 to 14 days after Thanksgiving, we will see a significant increase. So again, we're we're reminding Arizonans. Thanksgiving may look a little different this year than it has in the past in crunching the numbers, which they make fun of me because I do this every day. I look at the numbers of your under 55 years old. The risk of being killed or being fatal from covert 19 is extremely low, and then it seems to jump very significantly over 65. Is there any research on why that is and is that you believe that's going to stay consistent? So that's what the data seems to be showing is that those that are over the age of 55? Especially if you're over the age of 65. You were at a much higher risk of dying from Cove it if you come down with it, we also know that patients should get hospitalized have a higher risk. So what we want to encourage people is even if you aren't at high risk, you probably have someone you love who is and so please remember to wear that mask, especially if you don't live with them, and you are visiting them because what we're seeing is transmission in small household gatherings where people feel that they're with close friends or with their family members, and it is safe to remove the masks. It's safe to get close to them. And we're finding out that that is causing increased transmission. Let's talk about the mask mandates. We know that Scottsdale's rescinded. There's we now know the Kingman is rescinding. There's how do you feel about cities? Removing that mask mandate. We would like everyone to wear a mask in Arizona. Luckily, the majority of our state is still covered in a mask mandate, Maricopa County and Pema counties. Both do have required mouth mandates but part of the mitigation strategies for those businesses that have opened or restaurants. Regardless of whether there's a mask mandate. You need to wear a mask. If you are in a gym in a restaurant in a bar in a movie theater, and that's just a requirement by the department on those industries. Dr Christa's always We appreciate the wealth of information, and we're looking forward to the updated dash boards in a few minutes. Yes, and our school dash Our school dashboard will look different today. So take a look at it when it goes live. Absolutely thanks, Doctor. Thank you. That is Dr characterised on the Department of Health Services. He is concerned, especially about Thanksgiving. No word on of anything going backwards. But she says she is seeing numbers climate a big concern of what might happen at Thanksgiving coming up in a moment. Of course, it's Gaydos and the big Q poll question of the day and then we will talk about the last presidential debate.

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"Com. Hi, Monica. Read news. Triple digits Just don't want to go away. It's going to be one of four for your high today. 77 for your low tonight In the rest of the week Highs between 106 in one await whether brought to you by Howard Air whether replaced a repair call Howard Air Right now it's 88 degrees in Tempe. I'm Martha Mauer on Arizona's new station. Katie. Our news, Mike Broom head show on our news, 92 3 FM and the news app. Hey, Thanks So much for being here It is the mike Broom head show. We're here to noon. Always appreciate you choosing us and spending some time with us trying to get you all the big news stories of what's happening in this one could get very big nationally if it holds up a federal judge in Pennsylvania, making a decision. People taking the governor to court because of the oppressive shutdowns in Pennsylvania, the governor saying anything that is not a A life essential life sustaining business had to shut down got sued in federal court. Here is an ABC ABC report on it. The judge sided with several Pennsylvania counties in businesses that challenged Governor Tom Wolfe's closure of businesses deem non life sustaining during the pandemic. The judge said he believed the governor was well intentioned, but said good intentions toward a laudable end or not alone enough. The ruling is a win for a group of hair salons and movie theatres, as well as Republican congressman Mike Kelly, who joined the lawsuit as an individual. The plainness accused the governor of depriving them of economic benefits and use of their property while permitting similar businesses to operate and compete. No, there were lawsuits here, and there was a victory on one level for at the state level for the fitness industry, and then it got bigger and then it ended up falling apart. But here's what this judge said. That in the 66 page opinion, the restrictions were overreaching, arbitrary violated citizens, Citizens constitutional rights, The pointed in the case included hair salons of farmers market vendor Ah horse trainer drive in movie theaters and several GOP lawmakers. The rule means that the current restrictions, including limitations on the size of all gatherings cannot be enforced. Now we understand that a lot of times when a federal case happens in one state as residual effects around the country, and that would affect Arizona and others as well. So how far does this go? The plaintiff says. This is really 100% in our favour. The court found in all respects that the orders issued by the governor and the secretary of health were unconstitutional. It means they can't do it again and they should not have done it in the past, according to the attorneys for the plaintiffs, it's a complete and total victory for the county's the businesses and the representatives. In a statement said his office would seek immediate state a halt the order while they file an appeal, So now the governor's office is going to continue an appeal this and it will go what? When I reason why I brought this up, by the way, that's a Democrat governor It is important cause here in Arizona, we have a Republican governor. And by and large, you know, I've I've angered people when I say this, but there's a reason why I keep saying it. I I support our governor. I think Governor Ducey has done a good job as the governor of Arizona. For 99% of what he's done is governor. I disagree with some of the handling of covert 19, especially the lack of communication. I think the communication part of this is the key. I think talking to people over and over again. You can never over communicating a crisis is the reason why we're not seeing it. But I will tell you now where and there's so much more to talk about on this, but where I am upset more than anything is our governor did what he thought was right. I've always believed that I don't believe in any of the conspiracy theories that somehow he's getting wealthy from this or that. I think he believes he's doing what's right for the state of Arizona. But when he put his foot down, he told businesses Now he is a business friendly governor. And he told businesses You don't mess with the bull. You're going to get the horns, so don't do this. Don't go. Don't risk your liquor license. Don't do these things. And when they did it, they got shut down. They suspended their liquor licenses indefinitely. There are four places that if that's happened to know On the other side of this when it comes to reopening the right way. The governor also said, ah bunch of things about reopening schools and when you're ready, you know when we meet the benchmarks, Whatever it was first day, you'll have an option of being in school. We have not seen that same kind of forcefulness from the governor's office. We've met the benchmark. So where's the reward for doing the right thing? Where's the reward to the people? That did what they were asked that wore the masks the businesses that suffered all of those things that happen. Where is the governor now coming to their defense and saying, And if the governor if the governor does not have power over the school district's to force them to open up classrooms, isn't it odd? That he had the right to shut them down. He had the ability to executive order to force him to close, but we don't have the authority to open them. And let's say that's the case. There is still a lot of pressure that the governor can put on. Dr Christa's Come on, have been very vocal about the belief as diplomatic as she puts it, and that it's time to open schools and we believe it's safe. We're not hearing that from the governor's office, and we should But now if a federal judge says What you did was arbitrary and what you did was unconstitutional. If this goes on to a bigger court, the court of Appeals and this governor loses. The ripple effect across the country is going to be everybody is going to violate and everybody is going to do whatever they want, because you can't enforce it. And that's the danger here for this governor, and that's the danger with these kinds of things, because if you're found to be wrong if the and again the judge says, I believe you're well intentioned, and I do, too, I think even Cuomo who I disagree with Cuomo on just about everything political, even the mistakes the Cuomo made he was making in the best interest in his mind for the state of New York. But when you do something wrong, you have to fix it. You have to admit it, And what is happening in Pennsylvania is crushing the economy of Pennsylvania and the business owners have finally said This is arbitrary. Where where have we heard that word before? You have no evidence. And there still is no evidence that the fitness injury industry in Arizona did any damage. As far as covert. 19 is concerned, not one contact tracing proof that one case came out of a gym. And yet they were put on the list with bars and shut down a second time. That seems absolutely arbitrary. Absolutely arbitrary. And if you shouldn't do it, and that's where I think these constitutional conversations will continue after covert 19 is gone is going to be. What can you do in? What should you do? You could do something with the best of intentions, but if you don't have the right to do it You can't do it. And that's where these fights are coming from. I just thought this was this would be a much bigger story. And maybe it's not yet because it hasn't gone to an appeals court yet. Maybe it's just, you know, kind of it's out there on a blip on the radar. But if this goes to another court and the other court upholds the lower decision if this heads its way up to the Supreme Court This is going to be a major story. And should This is exactly what the separation of powers is supposed to do. Not good or bad. It is what it is. You either did the right thing According to the law, you either stayed within the boundaries of the Constitution. Or you didn't intentions. Don't matter how well intentioned you are doesn't matter. If you don't have a right to do it if it was arbitrary If there were some business is allowed to stay open and others not. You can't really differentiate between the two. There's going to be an issue here and there should A study We talked. We haven't talked a whole lot yet about prop to await other than this on the surface, that is that big tax increase that the AI AI wants. We're going to talk about Prop. Two away. Because a new study out about what will happen in the adverse effects of to await as far as I'm concerned, this is a bad deal for Arizona. Not to mention the people that want to do what have no business having uncontrolled money after the way they've behaved. So I'm gonna give you the report. The Goldwater Institute on what they're saying about the adverse effects of prop to await is one of the biggest things on the ballot in Arizona. We've got to pay attention to these things. We're going to get to this coming up in just one moment, You know, For over 65 years, Sanderson Ford has been keeping their promise to Arizona. He was started by Don Sanderson years and years and years ago and don Sanderson said. We're going to be the dealership that serviced builds, and that's exactly what's happened. 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"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"What is in front of us so that we can maximize our Children's education make it is successful and safe. As possible. I I am confident that our kids did not get that experience. Last year. I think our teachers did everything they possibly could getting thrown The curveball that came their way. But our kids have some some make up work to do through no fault of their own. Likely around math and reading and and other things, and the other question was a my concerned about Ah, spike in the future. And of course, that's why we begin every day with the numbers we close every day with the numbers were being so vigilant around this. I think the challenges that we have in Arizona are all that much different. Then pretty much any other state in the country. And this is where it really is on on on leaders and local leaders and teachers and parents and superintendents to be innovative and creative, inflexible and figure this out, and that's how the plan was written to not only provide the best that we could Put together but to allow others to add to that plan to make it better and then to share those best practices across the state and across the country. Miles. I thank you all two quick questions. First. We talked a lot about guidelines for schools to return to in person learning situations. Are there going to be guidelines for what happens if there are if there is a spread of Covina school guidelines for how to pull the plug and howto operate if things go haywire? Yes, so that will be part of that They'll work with their local county health departments, so county health departments are always working with their schools influenza season when there are outbreaks of disease. There will be guidelines around that. When did you have one more? Yes, Governor. You also talked about the discouraging statistic that it seems the demand for testing has gone down. Even as you've worked with state officials and other private organizations to expand testing opportunities. I wonder opened this question to Dr Christa's. Well, what do you do a tribute to the to the lower demand? On how maybe can you inspire confidence in Arizonans Teo to go out there and get tested? Well, I'd be speculating, but I think it could be a number of things. One testing has been a huge challenge in Arizona. The testing in terms of supply chain.

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"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr christa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"No they should not have crowds it is not responsible to have a think Patrick's day party today people need to be home they need to practice social distancing we have to give our healthcare professionals the best chance we can't just like this virus and there will be enforcement from police our city of Phoenix police department will be conducting educational contacts for the first seventy two hours and then we'll begin issuing citations mayor geico also seems to be calling out the governor it is my hope that we will have a statewide declaration and that we will have consistent regulations across the state of Arizona live in the new center I'm alley that KTAR news governor Ducey and the head of the Arizona department of public health give an update on Arizona's preparations for covered nineteen KTA ours Deborah Dale joins us now live from the new center with those details Becky Arizona director of health services Dr cara Chris says Arizona is hoping for the best but preparing for the worst she says they're assessing where Arizona's hospitals are right now with ICU bed and ventilator capacity with the ventilators were trying to get a really good idea of how many violators there are worst case scenario I don't know that anybody will have enough ventilators but we're we're looking to see how we can increase our capacity in Arizona Dr Christa she's looking into re opening two shuttered Phoenix hospitals for treating coronavirus cases reporting live separate Dale KTAR news for banner health the largest healthcare provider in the state says it's ready to screen and treat code nineteen patients we have an incident command.

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"dr christa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dr christa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"News ninety six five WDBO on channel. Nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Low eighties four today coming up. We're tracking a warm finish to the week. But a front moving in this weekend. Westbound find things slow Lake Mary Lee with a white lane blocked at Maitland. I'm Eric Brown. In air. One four eastbound seventeen minutes he was twenty seven to five thirty two few minutes of slowdowns five thirty six to five thirty five seventeen minutes, Conroy to a million minutes from Princeton tally. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Good morning. It's eight oh three. You're listening to the eight AM expanded newsfeed. Fifteen minutes of uninterrupted news, weather and traffic part of Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Marsha Taylor. And I'm Marie Caputo. The wife of a UCF faculty member of found dead in Winter Park home last month has been arrested for killing her husband and tampering with the crime scene. Police say Daniel red lick called nine one one to report that her husband Michael red lake was dead eleven hours after the believe she stabbed him to death. She told investigators that her husband stabbed himself during an argument, but a medical examiner found his stab wound. Did not look self inflicted and arrest affidavit says it looked like she tried. To clean up the blood afterwards. Sixty five year old Michael red lake had been with UCF for five years in the sports business management program Katrina scales. News ninety six point five. WDBO a parachute malfunctioned may have caused the skydiving accident the land that left a woman critically injured skydiver down the emergency calls from the land. Florida's heard on broadcast defy painted a grim picture. Did not open ground a twenty year old woman skydiving at the municipal airport was airlifted to a hospital in critical condition. Local authorities have been in contact with the FAA that's reporter Brian Clark. Florida's is second in the nation. When it comes to new HIV cases. A new study from UCF indicates Florida men are three times more likely to have unprotected sex after testing positive for HIV, Dr Christa cook says nearly half of them. They surveyed said they either inconsistently disclosed or did not disclosed or HIV status to their partners. We hope that people have that conversation with their partners and they can make informed decisions. But they don't always have that conversation. And what are those.

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"dr christa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:30 min | 3 years ago

"dr christa" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Newsfeed on news ninety six five WTO on channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Low eighties four today coming up we're tracking warm finish to the week. But a front moving in this weekend. Is on I four I four westbound you're now going to be slowing after Lake Mary and four thirty six. I'm Eric Brown. I four eastbound about fifteen minutes. He was twenty seven to five thirty to tap of the brakes near orange blossom trail in a few minutes slow downs from the four to Amelia. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO. Hey, good morning at a seven three. You're listening to the seven AM expanded newsfeed. Fifteen minutes of uninterrupted news, weather and traffic part of Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Marsha Taylor. And Aubrey computer the wife of a UCF faculty member found dead in his Winter Park home last month. His now been arrested for killing her husband and tampering with the crime scene. Police say Daniel red lick called nine one one to report that her husband Michael red lake was dead eleven hours after they believe she stabbed him to death. She told investigators that her husband stabbed himself during an argument, but a medical examiner found his stab wound. Did not look self inflicted an arrest. Affidavit says it looked like she tried to clean up the blood afterwards. Sixty five year old Michael red lake had been with UCF for five years in the sports business management program Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO a parachute mouth. Function may have caused a skydiving accident into land it left a woman critically injured skydiver down the emergency calls from the land. Florida's heard on broadcast defy painted a grim picture did not open ground a twenty year old woman skydiving at the Dilan municipal airport was airlifted to a hospital in critical condition. Local authorities have been in contact with the FAA that's reporter Brian Clark. You're listening to the seventy m expanded newsfeed on computer. We bring you fifteen street minutes of news weather traffic with no commercials. Florida's the second in the nation when it comes to HIV cases. A new study from UCF indicates Florida men are three times more likely to have unprotected sex after testing positive for HIV, Dr Christa cook says nearly half of the men they surveyed said they either inconsistently disclosed or did not disclose their HIV status to their partners. We hope that people have that conversation with their partners, and they can. Make informed decisions. But they don't always have that conversation. And what are those reasons? The study survey three hundred seventy two HIV positive men from Florida. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg comes to a UC. He wants to check out. The new solar canopy, we told you Tuesday. How oh you see is installing twenty-five weather stations to try and predict cloud formation and movement is so they can adjust their electric grids when clouds block sunlight from their solar panels. Well, Michael Bloomberg will be here. Tomorrow morning, highlighting those stations, the entire solar canopy and more. Oh, you see says at the end of his tour. They'll make an announcement about the impact of the American cities climate challenge Orlando is one of twenty five cities taking part in that effort to promote a more sustainable future. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO. We're breaking news this morning out of the world, business and banking. If you Bank it Beebe and tee or SunTrust you want to hear this the tour merging in a stock deal worth sixty six billion dollars. That's not helping Wall Street at all this morning. US stock features the s&p NASDAQ down all down this hour. A big political message Virginia's getting even bigger as top three Democrats. Elected in that state now fighting to keep their jobs. We've been telling you about the black face picture scandal involving newly elected governor Ralph northbound two more dams this one the state attorney. And of course, the Lieutenant governor all of their own problems Virginia's top three elected officials, all Democrats facing growing scandals attorney general Mark herring admitting. He wore black face in the eighties. As part of a costume. In a statement saying, quote, we dressed up and put on wigs and Brown makeup. The shame of that moment has haunted me for decades. Herrings admission comes just days after he called on governor. Ralph northern to resign after the racist photo surfaced from north nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook denied he was in the picture but did admit to wearing black face himself as part of a Michael Jackson costume in the eighties. Andy Field ABC news, Washington diving deeper now or getting your reaction to this mess. Here's a sampling of our listeners think there's more to dig up here before we're so quick to need your react and pass judgment. Why are these people apologizing for this? If this was done in good taste fine. If not shame on him. If you're just trying to impersonate somebody why is that? So speaking of offensive, I'm Gene Wexler. You can join this discussion by tapping the open mic button in the news ninety six point five WDBO app and SpaceX has has first test launch and the crew dragon capsule. It's going to happen next month March second the crew dragon capsule is built to take astronauts to the international space station and beyond Dale catch of space. Florida Marceca date is any to hurry up process stopping reliance on the Russians, and I think all Americans are eager to have that occur. The test flight will be on man. But the aim is staff manned missions as early as July. Catch them says there will always be risks associated with manned missions to space. You wish to be absolutely safe. Don't get out of bed. But I don't think that's in the nature and instinct Americans the launch will take place at Cape Canaveral. Tony marino. News ninety six point five WDBO. Here's more of these open mics again with people reacting to the black face scandal out of Virginia. This is this was done in good taste fine. If not shame on him. Good taste is there a good taste way to do black face. But is there or is there is there never a good way to do black face? And some of said, you know, back in the nineteen eighty s that was that was really acceptable. You know, what maybe in the eighteen eighty thousand acceptable. I was alive in the eighties. I did plenty of stupid things in the eighties. Black face not one of them. No, we knew better than that. And for that yearbook. Saying I was on yearbook staff in the nineteen eighties. And there's not a chance in the and by the way, I was I I grew up in Texas. I was in the south and there's not a chance in the nineteen eighties. We would have put a picture like that with somebody in a clans hood and black face in the yearbook for heaven's sake. Seven eight Tony Orlando's morning news. You can share.

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"dr christa" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr christa" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"In the mirror and be like, remember my shit. Like remember what he's got the scars on. But he's still a good looking dude. Yeah. Getting I mean, she's not she's crazy. But you still get good looking girl. So is this didn't with cars. Kamar character ruined the hall. Dr Christa Dumont, she. So I thought it was weird when they started with the vertigo of frayed of heights. What the fuck where is this going? I thought she was like she was a meta human at first I was like relase going on. I thought she was tripping balls. No. I thought she had like she had a she was afraid of heights like vertigo with setting in. But I was like why? And then they explain it. It's pretty fucked up and traumatic that her dad when she was a kid grabbed her and jumped out the window to kill them both. And you know, what's great about that ideal? Give a shit. Nobody cares. I will say. Their their sex was was pretty hot new the babe sex. Like, I could see why they would connect. But wow. What a dumb fun every decision. She made. Just don't see how she becomes a doctor. Yeah. That's what stand. Not only that not only was she bad. But she make her presence on the show makes what's her name. Medina Madani Madani even were like worse. Like Madonna was a solid addition in the first season. Yeah. She went off the rails. Yeah. But but Donny was really bad in my opinion in the show and the minute she like opens up to the doctor and the dog gets the jump on Frank. Yeah. I'm like Madani all my God. And they make Madani Sodhi power that she's fighting this doctor like a fucking cat grill like their Hollick you down this. She's not your your homeland security. You should have taken this dossier. Billy, and they're like joking each other. Like it was like watching like WWE raw nineteen ninety nine fighting. Federal level law enforcement. Yeah. You or? Ilitary training. Now, you like the fact that she walks in and she is walking down the hallway with her gun out. She knows it's. She's like, oh, what do you something's wrong here? I have to go check on it. She gets all the way down to the bathroom girl jumps out of the corner from another room. Why did you check your fucking quarter? And the good thing her that her presence was supposed to be like the equal Madani. Like, oh my God. You just really fucked over Madani are the problem. I have with it is I feel like the only reason Madani is even in this season..

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