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"dr david egas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:00 min | 4 hrs ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"17,000 shots every week, says the mayor. Over three the NYPD officers shot in the back in the Bronx last night, Officer Daniel Vargas is expected to make a full recovery. He was patrolling with an anti gun unit suspect in custody and that there's no research from the CDC about when it is safe to open schools again for classroom learning. Researchers say the coronavirus rarely spreads. In schools. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Egas has more on what all this means 17% of schools. Now we're full session in the country, but in those schools when they did it right with masks and so tradition, ding there wasn't spread in the school more than the community, even if they're high numbers of cases in the community. That's a big data point. But what was cautioned is when they did. Indoor sports were gathering indoors or didn't wear masks. There was significant spread, so if you do it right, we can get kids back to school in the short term, which is very optimistic that researchers published from the CDC and the Jam, a medical journal. And with so much uncertainty over the vaccine supply states are taking different approaches. When it comes to who gets the shot in Massachusetts Starting today, anyone over 75 can sign up focusing on people 75 older, I think will have the biggest effect on keeping people out of the hospital. Texas is said to receive 50,000 more doses for its mass vaccine site. We're going to start to see sustainable decreases in the number of individuals. Who are in hospitals on any given day in Texas, and that will be a blessed day. Indeed, but police officers in ST Louis say they can't get the shots. It's dangerous enough to be a police officer on the street on a daily basis, but it's much more difficult during a pandemic. States are also struggling to get minorities to sign up in larger numbers, CBS News correspondent Candy McCormack this afternoon it's 1 17. And if you know someone who was in the market for $2 million worth of Call the state of Oklahoma they bought $2 million worth of the anti malaria drug that was once touted by former President Donald Trump is an effective treatment for Corona virus. A spokesman for the Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter, confirms that Hunter is attempting to negotiate the return of the drug. Oklahoma acquired 1.2 million pills in April. From a California company now attempting to return it and get their $2 million back dozens of candidates for office in New York City, citing a letter asking the governor and the mayor to drop petitioning requirements for ballot access this year, city and state and why I got a look at the letter, which states of collecting signatures is An unacceptable risk during the pandemic. Typically, candidates need hundreds or even thousands of signatures. The governor has favored reducing the number of signatures this year, reducing them to minimize the impact. The candidates are saying that a one page cover sheet with the appropriate information should open the door to ballot access. By the way, Mayor De Blasio says he sympathizes with their point of view. But, he says ultimately, that is a decision that is up to the state as he pushes that off on the governor on 1, 18 traffic and weather together is sponsored by the Upper East Side Rehabilitation and nursing Center. Here's Jim Feldman and Paul We're going to start on the Upper West Side with no trouble on the Henry Hudson Parkway, a good ride in both directions. You do have delays, however South downside of the FDR on the Upper East Side getting through the seventies. That's just volume Just afternoon volume there like it normally is. There is on a bridge to Staten Island. Two lanes are blocked on the upper level with construction. You've got volume also on the lower level to Staten Island, So just keep that in mind and give yourself a lot of extra time. Both directions of the Van Wyck jammed up getting in a Liberty Avenue with the ongoing road work there. Instruction also continues on the outbound George Washington Bridge, both on the upper and lower levels. Westbound cross Bronx delays to the George They started White Plains Road, North bound Deegan delays to the George they started Yankee Stadium in North bound Harlem River Drive is starting to slow down as well. If you're in New Jersey, you got delays on the South bound side of route 17 as you're making your way toward Linwood Avenue that looks to be an accident there. We'll check on that. Also watch for construction. Both directions Truck Route one, A nine by the Hackensack River drawbridge lanes, alternately opening closed throughout the rest of the afternoon..

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Fresh update on "dr david egas" discussed on Paul Murnane

Paul Murnane

00:13 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dr david egas" discussed on Paul Murnane

"17,000 shots every week, says the mayor. Over three the NYPD officers shot in the back in the Bronx last night, Officer Daniel Vargas is expected to make a full recovery. He was patrolling with an anti gun unit suspect in custody and that there's no research from the CDC about when it is safe to open schools again for classroom learning. Researchers say the coronavirus rarely spreads. In schools. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Egas has more on what all this means 17% of schools. Now we're full session in the country, but in those schools when they did it right with masks and so tradition, ding there wasn't spread in the school more than the community, even if they're high numbers of cases in the community. That's a big data point. But what was cautioned is when they did. Indoor sports were gathering indoors or didn't wear masks. There was significant spread, so if you do it right, we can get kids back to school in the short term, which is very optimistic that researchers published from the CDC and the Jam, a medical journal. And with so much uncertainty over the vaccine supply states are taking different approaches. When it comes to who gets the shot in Massachusetts Starting today, anyone over 75 can sign up focusing on people 75 older, I think will have the biggest effect on keeping people out of the hospital. Texas is said to receive 50,000 more doses for its mass vaccine site. We're going to start to see sustainable decreases in the number of individuals. Who are in hospitals on any given day in Texas, and that will be a blessed day. Indeed, but police officers in ST Louis say they can't get the shots. It's dangerous enough to be a police officer on the street on a daily basis, but it's much more difficult during a pandemic. States are also struggling to get minorities to sign up in larger numbers, CBS News correspondent Candy McCormack this afternoon it's 1 17. And if you know someone who was in the market for $2 million worth of Call the state of Oklahoma they bought $2 million worth of the anti malaria drug that was once touted by former President Donald Trump is an effective treatment for Corona virus. A spokesman for the Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter, confirms that Hunter is attempting to negotiate the return of the drug. Oklahoma acquired 1.2 million pills in April. From a California company now attempting to return it and get their $2 million back dozens of candidates for office in New York City, citing a letter asking the governor and the mayor to drop petitioning requirements for ballot access this year, city and state and why I got a look at the letter, which states of collecting signatures is An unacceptable risk during the pandemic. Typically, candidates need hundreds or even thousands of signatures. The governor has favored reducing the number of signatures this year, reducing them to minimize the impact. The candidates are saying that a one page cover sheet with the appropriate information should open the door to ballot access. By the way, Mayor De Blasio says he sympathizes with their point of view. But, he says ultimately, that is a decision that is up to the state as he pushes that off on the governor on 1, 18 traffic and weather together is sponsored by the Upper East Side Rehabilitation and nursing Center. Here's Jim Feldman and Paul We're going to start on the Upper West Side with no trouble on the Henry Hudson Parkway, a good ride in both directions. You do have delays, however South downside of the FDR on the Upper East Side getting through the seventies. That's just volume Just afternoon volume there like it normally is. There is on a bridge to Staten Island. Two lanes are blocked on the upper level with construction. You've got volume also on the lower level to Staten Island, So just keep that in mind and give yourself a lot of extra time. Both directions of the Van Wyck jammed up getting in a Liberty Avenue with the ongoing road work there. Instruction also continues on the outbound George Washington Bridge, both on the upper and lower levels. Westbound cross Bronx delays to the George They started White Plains Road, North bound Deegan delays to the George they started Yankee Stadium in North bound Harlem River Drive is starting to slow down as well. If you're in New Jersey, you got delays on the South bound side of route 17 as you're making your way toward Linwood Avenue that looks to be an accident there. We'll check on that. Also watch for construction. Both directions Truck Route one, A nine by the Hackensack River drawbridge lanes, alternately opening closed throughout the rest of the afternoon..

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"dr david egas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:57 min | 1 d ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago. Former President Trump will be tried for impeachment by the Senate starting the week of February. 8th CBS is Skyler Henry House of Representatives officially delivered an article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday evening. It accuses former President Trump of inciting insurrection on January 6th with a crowd of supporters stormed the capital, where four Donald John Trump by such conduct has demonstrated that he will remain a threat to national security democracy in the constitution. The move automatically triggers a second Senate trial for the former president. A tornado has touched down just north of Birmingham, Alabama, the mayor of Fulton, Dale says there are reports of minor injuries and some people trapped in their homes. Also, buildings, power lines and trees have been down to cross Jefferson County. This as a snow storm stretches from Nebraska to Michigan. After weeks of bad news regarding covert 19 illnesses and restrictions. California Governor Gavin Newsom says regions effective immediately, are no longer in the state home order. Madonna says it appears that it's covert vaccine provides protection against emergency emerging variance. But as a precaution, it's beginning testing to see if a booster shot would improve that protection. AstraZeneca Oxford also making a similar move, CBS News Medical Contributor. Dr David Egas tells us the variants were expected to the pharmaceutical companies will start in the development process and then production and then we'll go into quick clinical trials to show safety And then these can be added to the current vaccines. We will not stop vaccinating. Against the original strain because that is obviously present across the globe. President Biden lifts the transgender military band Alfonzo David, president of the Human Rights campaign, applauds the decision. It is now the policy of the United States. To ensure that all transgender individuals who wish to serve in the United States military and can meet the appropriate standards should be able to do so openly and free from discrimination. Today marks the one year anniversary of basketball star Kobe Bryant's death in a helicopter crash that also killed eight others. CBS is Steve Futterman says there are still no conclusive answers about what caused that crash from the story. Investigators have believed the poor weather conditions and very possibly pilot error or disorientation, played a key role. On that same day, some other prophets chose to alter their flight plans. Some questions, of course, will never be answered. There's no way to know for sure exactly what the pilot was thinking. The National Transportation Safety Board is expected to issue its findings on the probable cause on February 9th. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app Download.

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Fresh update on "dr david egas" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:02 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dr david egas" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"I'm Mork, Lois. And I'm Deborah Feinstein. We have Jocelyn Chesson, our producer coming up. The new White House coronavirus response team holds its first public briefing. Senate political strain grows ahead of the upcoming impeachment trial of former President Trump. I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill, another try in Congress for D C. Statehood. Wall Street is lower. The Dow is down 338 points. NASDAQ Down 1 78 in the S and P is down 57. It's 12 31 way we're hearing today from the Biden administration's covert 19 Response team for the very first time, new CDC director Dr Rochelle will Inskeep projects. There will be about a half million cove in 19 deaths by next month if the country stays on the same trajectory, But the response team senior advisor Andy Slavitt says there is some promising progress about the vaccine rollout so far this week. I've been hitting our target of an average of one million vaccinations per day necessary to meet the president's early commitment. Administered 100 million shots in 100 days. President Biden also laying out his goal to get almost 300 million Americans vaccinated by the fall. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Egas tells us it's lofty goal, but it could be done. I do think it's achievable to vaccinate the majority of the country by the end of the summer, but it's going to take some work. We're going to have to get two more vaccines approved through the FDA in an emergency use authorization. We're going to have to get other pharmaceutical companies to start to make these vaccines so we can get the production's not just ordered but actually delivered and going into people's arms, So it's going to take some work. But he's got a remarkable team to doing this, and they seem to be hitting on all cylinders. At the present time. In his latest executive action, the president ordered the purchase of another 200 million vaccine doses. Political tension is rising in the U. S. SENATE as lawmakers prepare for the second impeachment trial of former President Trump that story from W. T. O P S Mitchell Miller today on the Hill. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is clearly upset by the 45 Republicans who supported a procedural motion calling the impeachment trial unconstitutional. He says many Republicans are eager to excuse President Trump's campaign to overturn the election and apparently to excuse his incitement to the mob, but on the matter of considering presidential nominees Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell took a shot at Democrats. Unlike what took place four years ago, Republicans are not gratuitously to laying people who are mainstream and qualified, whom the new president has asked to serve. Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy, meanwhile, who was briefly taken to the hospital Tuesday night, is again presiding over the Senate and will preside over the impeachment trial. Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T O P. NEWS the drive for D C. Statehood is starting up again. Delaware Democratic Senator Tom Carper has re introduced a bill that would make D C. The 51st state. And give it full representation in Congress. Senator Carper first introduced that Bill in 2013, D. C. Congressional delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton thank the senator for reintroducing the measure, saying it isn't a Republican or Democratic issue. The bill also designates areas surrounding the White House, the Capitol, the Supreme Court and the National Mall as the seat of the federal government, and it would keep the name capital and would remain under control of Congress. Up to have the latest on the investigation into the capital riots. It's 12 34, you probably know LexisNexis has a premiere legal research company..

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"dr david egas" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:45 min | 1 d ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Original reporting. I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago. Former President Trump will be tried for impeachment by the Senate starting the week of February. 8th CBS is Skyler Henry House of Representatives officially delivered an article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday evening. It accuses former President Trump of inciting insurrection on January 6th when a crowd of supporters stormed the capital, where four Donald John Trump by such conduct has demonstrated that he will remain a threat to national security democracy in the constitution. The move automatically triggers a second Senate trial for the former president. A tornado has touched down just north of Birmingham, Alabama, the mayor of Fulton, Dale says there are reports of minor injuries and some people trapped in their homes. Also, buildings, power lines and trees have been down to cross Jefferson County. This as a snow storm stretches from Nebraska to Michigan. After weeks of bad news regarding covert 19 illnesses and restrictions. California Governor Gavin Newsom says regions effective immediately, are no longer in the state home order. Madonna says it appears that it's covert vaccine provides protection against emergency emerging variance. But as a precaution, it's beginning testing to see if a booster shot would improve that protection. AstraZeneca Oxford also making a similar move, CBS News Medical Contributor. Dr David Egas tells us the variants were expected to the pharmaceutical companies will start in the development process and then production and then we'll go into quick clinical trials to show safety And then these can be added to the current vaccines. We will not stop vaccinating. Against the original strain because that is obviously present across the globe. President Biden lifts the transgender military band Alfonzo David, president of the Human Rights campaign, applauds the decision. It is now the policy of the United States. To ensure that all transgender individuals who wish to serve in the United States military and can meet the appropriate standards should be able to do so openly and free from discrimination. Today marks the one year anniversary of basketball star Kobe Bryant's death in a helicopter crash that also killed eight others. CBS is Steve Futterman says there are still no conclusive answers about what caused that crash from the story. Investigators have believed the poor weather conditions and very possibly pilot error or disorientation, played a key role. On that same day, some other prophets chose to alter their flight plans. Some questions, of course, will never be answered. There's no way to know for sure exactly what the pilot was thinking. The National Transportation Safety Board is expected to issue its findings on the probable cause on February 9th. This is CBS News. You can listen to.

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U.K. COVID Strain Is Now in 20 States

KYW 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 3 d ago

U.K. COVID Strain Is Now in 20 States

"In the state. Newer strain of the Corona virus, first found in the U. K has now been identified in at least 20 states, including Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Dr. Anthony Fauci says that strain and the new variant discovered in South Africa arm or transmissible, but they may not be deadlier. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas says the current vaccine has proven effective against this train from England. But there's still a lot to worry about South African very is the real worry someone. Many of the monoclonal antibodies, which Dyinto a tiny part of the spy protein aren't finding And what we're seeing with some of the people who've been vaccinated. We've been exposed to the prior versions of the virus is that their antibodies aren't barn binding. Well, so we don't know The true answer yet will be some immunity. Probably not 100% immunity like we see with the vaccines with the other strains, Dr Egas says. It's very common for viruses to change. And he says the plateau we're seeing now in cases could take off as the new U. K vary, it becomes dominant across the

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"dr david egas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Are still wet. That's causing some problems. We'll check in with Brian Ramona to find out where the issues are. And what else is happening in traffic? Interesting Weather day for you. We have a pause right now in center city. But the rain and snow may come back this afternoon with a high of 42. Reign will end tonight but late there's be just cloudy low 35 then cloudy tomorrow k y w News time 11 30 In the pen medicine studios, encouraging you to never stop believing you can be the difference. W news radio won all 39 FM vaccine distribution has been underwhelming is more than 20 million cases of covert 19 have been reported in the United States. Fire rips through a home and reading Berks County, killing two people inside police bike sharing service in the gold will be available in South and West Billy I'm Paul Kurtz in sports. The Eagles play their final game of the season. They face Washington on Sunday night Football. 38 degrees, overcast skies in center city going up to 42 a bit later on. Good morning. I'm Pete and Arado. Our top story at 11 31 living through the covert crisis, The United States has surpassed 20 million cases of covert 19 and getting vaccines and the people's arms is proving more than difficult. Less than three million inoculations have been administered far less than the 20 million. The Trump administration hoped to vaccinate by the end of 2020, Americans around the country are lining up to get their vaccinations. This teacher from Houston, Texas, says he is in poor health. I've been waiting in line for about, uh, Two hours I heard I've been calling the call center at 7 30 from 7 30 all the way till 10 30. I've been waiting here for two hours, CBS News Medical contributor and Dr David Egas says Lives are on the line to me, it zoo. It's a crying shame, and it's very upsetting because there are lives that can and should be saved, but we're not doing it..

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"dr david egas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | Last month

"dr david egas" Discussed on WTOP

"The FBI says it's large of various schemes aimed at getting your sensitive information and your money. One thing to be aware any promise that you'll get vaccinated sooner if you pay a deposit or fee. The FBI also want you to be wary of any request asking you to pay out of pocket to get the vaccine or to put your name on a waiting list days after receiving emergency use authorization mode earners vaccine now being distributed across the country, some of the first shots given earlier today to frontline nurses in Connecticut. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas tells US modernize Vaccine Advisers have one major difference. Majority of vaccine is frozen in a regular freezer instead of a super cold freezer. That defies your vaccine use and for a couple of weeks, it could actually be in a refrigerator. So don't make it much is your distribute in parts of the country and parts of cities that cannot handle this deep freezing the vaccine. They both remarkable in that a block seriously illness, one infected with the virus, and they both block 100% hospitalization. When infected with the virus of very, very encouraging results in a remarkably safe, the Vatican has made his feelings known on the coronavirus Sabina customer Franco as details from Rome The Vatican said in a note today that it is morally acceptable to receive vaccines that use so lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process. Well, vaccination must be voluntary. The Vatican urged Catholics to get vaccinated against coronavirus and said those who refused must do their utmost to avoid spreading infection..

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FDA Authorizes Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:19 sec | Last month

FDA Authorizes Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use

"After to prove the five year vaccine for emergency use. The FDA has done the same for the Madonna vaccine. CBS Dr David Egas positive news to following on the recommended approval from the Vaccine Advisory committee. The FDA has gone forward to release the vaccine and over the next several days. It will be distributed across the country. Doctor

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"dr david egas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:30 min | Last month

"dr david egas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Dr David Egas explains why health care workers are first in line as of now, we all know that around the country ICUs air filling up or full, so we have to protect people who would be hospitalized. U S Army General Gus Spurn of Operation Warp Speed praised everyone who came together to make it happen. Checked our egos at the door. We worked collectively to solve the problem. And we have achieved success. The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard arguments from lawyers in the president's election lawsuit. Justice Jill Kurowski. It is not normal for us to be sitting here on a Saturday less than 48 hours before the electoral college since it is not normal. For only two on a 72 counties to be at risk for losing their voice in this election. CBS News Brief. I'm Lisa Matteo, Here's Lifestyles Unlimited founder and CEO, self made multimillionaire and national radio host del Wamsley. I'm getting the information you need to get through this, So you ask yourself. Isn't this the wrong time to get out of the stock market Very well could be, But maybe it might go down and then you ask yourself, man. If I would've had some of that money, I could have used it. People gonna be afraid and the people are in real state that they're losing money. You're going to be afraid they're gonna want to get out. When they do. We're gonna be able to go in and buy it very advantageous prices. That are going to change our family shoot you. Quite honestly. So you need information on how to do that..

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"dr david egas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | Last month

"dr david egas" Discussed on WTOP

"It's a go. A new Fizer Corona virus vaccine will be disseminated to states. This room court rejects an effort by the Trump administration to overturn the election results. And while the government shutdown has been avoided, Congress has plenty of political drama ahead on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller. Well, it has been approved. The FDA has given emergency use authorization to the nation's first current virus vaccine was manufactured by Fizer and buy in Tech. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas says it will carefully be moved around the country. Transportation of this vaccine is slightly complicated as it is transferred. Ordered at minus 94 F to each site and will be stored as such until prior to being used. It could be at refrigerated temperature for approximately 24 hours. So the supply chain management is difficult here, but they're cheers across the country between scientists, doctors, patients. Really everybody and that there is some light at the end of the tunnel. The FDA said the vaccine can be given to people age 16 and older health care workers and elderly people in long term care facilities are expected to be the main recipients of a first round 2.9 million doses. Shutdown may have been a federal government shutdown. That is they have been averted this weekend. But Congress still has a lot of work to do during the lame duck session wt apiece Mitchell Miller with the very latest from Capitol Hill, the short term spending measure, approved by Congress only buys time for another week before another shutdown deadline comes up next Friday, and it could be another bumpy road before a spending bill gets passed. Senators Josh Holly and Bernie Sanders say they plan to again bring up their proposal for checks to go to Americans Senator Holly $1200 for individuals, $2400 for families $500 for every child and as.

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Mexico proposes extending non-essential travel restrictions with U.S.

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:03 min | Last month

Mexico proposes extending non-essential travel restrictions with U.S.

"Life to get back to semi normal. A lot of places will want proof that you have received the shot CBS Medical contributor Dr David Egas explains how that might work. He will get a piece of paper. This is a car that will be given to you by health and human services going forward. There will certainly be a digital I D for this, and you have the option of tying it to your driver's license, your passport, etcetera, and it may be required to attend some rock concerts to get on a plane to go some places but initially is just gonna be the paper card. Well, for now, though, you still won't be able to cross the border into Canada or Mexico until it's unless it's essential travel acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf confirming on Twitter that Non essential travel restrictions into the neighboring countries will remain until at least January 21st, he says. We'll

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"dr david egas" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:03 min | Last month

"dr david egas" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Only pricing participation will bury us Wendy's tomorrow by President Trump at the White House. And it comes amid a New York Times report that the Trump administration rejected of Fizer offer form or vaccine doses for US patients. CBS is Dr David Egas says. That means it will now go toe other countries before more shipments come here. United States has placed an order for 100 million doses, which is equivalent to 50 million patients. That order is being fulfilled. Over the next many months if that order were increased over the summer, obviously, we would have more doses to back today and five years already committed those doses to other countries. The White House denies that times report. Michigan governor Gretchen Wittner is extending a partial shutdown of businesses and schools through December 20th. It was set to run out tomorrow. We cannot risk overwhelming our hospital's further and that's why Hospital systems, implored the Department of Health and Human Services to extend the pause. So we're going to give it 12 more days. Indoor and outdoor dining is not allowed in much of California. As of today, due to an uptick of cases it has restaurant owners pleading with the government to allow some sort of compromise. Deri Ha Jeon owns an Italian restaurant in the San Francisco Bay area. Once this is over, there's not gonna be too many people left. This is the last straw that's going to break the back of the camel. Some educators are questioning of the regular A through F grading system is appropriate for all Lied, learning as failure rates rise around the country correspondent Wendy Gillette. He just wants to do better. Kristina Cantero says her daughter of first grade student is struggling. She's not alone, and Wilson County, North Carolina, Montgomery County, Maryland and the Houston area where Cantero lives, students are failing classes at a much higher rate this year compared to years past as online learning becomes the norm across the country. And Dominici is the executive director of the American Association of School Administrators. We're seeing an increase in the stress of students are feeling Dick Allen has died. Probably.

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CDC recommends "universal mask wearing" outside home

Weekend News

00:27 sec | Last month

CDC recommends "universal mask wearing" outside home

"The CDC has issued its strongest guidance yet on masks. The agency is calling for universal mask wearing for all activity outside of your home, CBS News Medical contributor, Dr David Egas says it's crucial at a moment in time when we have record numbers of cases, a record numbers of death the United States. It's certainly critical that we stop the spread of this virus and what that means is Every person, whether their work or whether they're out needs to be wearing a mask.

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Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to undergo new global trial

Car Pro with Jerry Reynolds

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to undergo new global trial

"AstraZeneca says it will conduct another global trial to see if it can prove it's half does full dose. Corona virus vaccine regimen is effective CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Egas If there's a third vaccine, that's tens of millions of more people who could be vaccinated in the short run. So my hope is that all three vaccines get out their

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"dr david egas" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And the lakefront winds out of the southwest at 12 MPH. WBBM news time 10 20 Our top story this hour. The CDC looking at changing its quarantine guidelines from 14 Days to send 7 to 10, CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas thinks it could increase compliance. I'm all for it, 7 to 10 days with a test makes sense if you were at your holiday parties, and there was that cousin or that uncle who, you know. Is going out all the time. And you had interactions with him or her. Then you need to quarantine for 72 days and get a test or your Children do when they come home much more on this story Coming up at 10 31 on autopsy finds a man who died after police thought he'd fallen from his bicycle was actually stabbed to death. Police found 56 year old Central Smith on the ground early Thanksgiving morning in the 900 block of North Drake Avenue in Humboldt Park, his bike next to him. He had a cut on his back. He was having problems breathing. They rushed him to the hospital, where he died A short time later. The autopsy conducted yesterday found Central Smith had been stabbed that he suffered multiple sharp force injuries. His death is not as initially thought. Accidental. It's been ruled a homicide. Jan Hommen use Radio one on 5.9. My family would help limit the spread of covert 19 at homeless shelters. A northwestern medical student leading an effort to collect and distribute personal protective equipment to those shelters. Tricia Pendergraph, says the founder of the group, get me PPE Chicago, which is working to get donations of 50,000 facemask, which the group hopes to distribute to the homeless shelters across the city this winter. Video released by Northwestern Pendergrass says she worries that some of the city's homeless will avoid shelters this winter because they fear contracting coronavirus position. Anyone should have to make choosing between safety.

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"dr david egas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Y W is Andrew Kramer reports. Officials are worried. Not enough people are taking it seriously since the contact Tracers job is to alert you if you've been exposed to Cove in 19 governor Phil Murphy says. They want as many of these tracers working as they can. We're working on building capacity so that every county has at least 30 contact tracers on the job. For every 100,000 residents. We have hit this benchmark in five counties, plus the city of Newark. But having so many contacts, tracers on board won't matter If you don't do your part. Our contact treasures cannot do their jobs. If you don't take the call. Since the beginning, our contact traces have been prepared to run into brick walls with some people who just weren't going to help out. But now we're seeing a failure to cooperate. Murphy didn't get into much detail about possible repercussions if you aren't cooperating, but he did say drastic action could be taken. Andrew Kramer can one of you news radio. The Food and Drug Administration is given the OK for the emergency use of a second antibody drug to fight Cove in 19. The FDA. His rule that Regeneron's to drug cocktail has been shown to reduce hospitalizations for patients at high risk, but it's safety and effectiveness is still under evaluation. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas tells us what the treatment does When youse early in the course of a covert 19 affection, they seemed to have a dramatic effect in terms of blocking the virus and decreasing Hospitalization associate with him. President Trump received the Regeneron cocktail as a part of his cove in 19 treatment. Now the first added body drug to receive FDA approval was rendez severe. World Health Organization has since advised doctors not to use rendez of here as a covert treatment. Navigating addiction during the holidays can be difficult, especially during the pandemic..

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When will Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine be ready to ship?

KYW 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

When will Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine be ready to ship?

"Has authorized emergency use of a second antibody drug to fight covert 19. The FDA says the safety and effectiveness of Regeneron's to drug cocktail is still being evaluated, but it has shown to reduce hospitals hospitalizations for patients at high risk. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas says this, along with recent headway on vaccines is promising. As we build our medications to treat the virus. It's certainly encouraging. The real hope is the vaccines that should be reviewed by the FDA in the near term, and hopefully we're available before year's end in the country. Regeneron Kaka was given to President Trump when he was being treated for Corona virus. The FDA is allowing the use of Regeneron adults and Children, 12 and over who weigh at least £88 and who are at high risk of severe illness from covert 19 because of age or some medical conditions.

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"dr david egas" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The U. S. Sees its deadliest day for coronavirus in six months. It is another sad milestone. US deaths now top of quarter million. This comes as the nation has seen a huge spike in both daily cases and daily deaths. Many states are now putting new restrictions in place, including some states that have previously avoided restrictions. This woman in Delaware is please. I'm very happy that they're upping the standards. I think that will be very helpful on more safe. And while there are hopeful signs of vaccine will soon be available, the number of covert 19 death seems certain to rise even more. Steve Futterman. CBS NEWS NEW YORK City Public Schools are switching to remote on Lee today as it reached the 3% positivity rate for coronavirus. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Egas says it will be an adjustment for families a lot of uproar among the parents in New York City and rightfully so as many of them are very concerned with at home schooling. Children are used to the socialization and many Children require the focus of being in a classroom to learn. Many schools have been doing it remarkably safely and there have been very little outbreaks. President elect Joe Biden says he needs key information about the virus that's being withheld by President Trump were actual quarter million dead. President elect Biden told Frontline health care workers that Mr Trump is blocking his transition team from getting up to speed on the pandemic. We've been unable to get Access. An emotional ICU nurse from Minnesota pleaded for help by myself. This help have held the hand of dying patients or crying over their family that they can't see that caused Mr Biden to wipe away tears. That was CBS is Paula Read after nearly two years in a pair of deadly crashes, the FAA has cleared Boeing 7 37 Max for takeoff. US. Airlines and.

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"dr david egas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on WTOP

"CBS is Dr David Egas, obviously an alarm to parents giving an overnight notice of the closing schools and certainly not what public health officials would call data driven policy Mayor says he wants to avoid another wave of sharp case increases. The U. S. Has passed the 250,000 mark in Corona virus deaths the most of any country, and the government says there could be enough vaccine to treat 20 million people by next month. Joe Biden says the Trump Administration still won't tell him anything about how that will happen. There's a whole lot of things that just we just don't have available to us, which unless has made available soon, we're gonna be behind. Of course, Mr Trump has yet to acknowledge Mr Biden is the president elect of the Trump campaign is still challenging votes in several states. CBS is Michael Jordan. Ridge in Wisconsin, where Biden won by more than 20,000 votes. The Trump campaign has wired $3 million to fund a partial recount laid mass complete the recount by December, 1st on Twitter. President Trump attacked George's recount as a joke. The American people just want to make sure that every legitimate vote is counted. Georgia Election officials say they're in good shape to finish the audit by the Wednesday night deadlines, Gender just under three hours from now. Rockies. Law enforcement is looking for a possible serial killer. Police in southern Colorado are searching for a man wanted for questioning after the remains of three people were found outside the small town of Alamosa Police chief Ken Anderson says they're looking for 26 year old odd ray Jordan barrels. Our main goal is to get him off the street. He is a danger to Public radio. Barros goes by the nickname Psycho. Police refused to say how he may be connected to the discovery of the remains. Jim Krystle, a CBS New Volunteers cleaning of a beach in the Florida Panhandle, say they thought they found a decapitated body that washed ashore. Turned out to be a headless storm attic in that apparently had a lot of time that see this is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T o p app. Well, the NBA draft happening tonight. First round, well underway. The Washington Wizards just made their first choice in the first round. Let's go live to W. T. O. P s Day press and live more. Dave Wizards Take Israel's deadly odd odd Via with the ninth overall selection in the NBA draft of 6 FT. Nine Forward is 19 years old. He's let his club a McAbee tell Aviv to a pair of Israeli League championships his father played for the Yugoslavian national team. Back in the 19 eighties. We'll hear from his conversation with ESPN coming up in eight. 15 again. The Wiz take Israel's Denny of Idea in the first round of the NBA draft. Dave Preston w T o P. News.

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FDA Approves First Treatment for COVID-19

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

FDA Approves First Treatment for COVID-19

"Thie F D A is approved the first drug to treat covert 19 robbed a severe CBS's Dr David Egas says the drug cut the time to recovery by five days in a large study, But it's not the be all and end on a drug that has benefit when used early, But it's not dramatic benefit, and it's

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Johnson & Johnson pauses trials for Covid-19 vaccine over participant's illness

KYW 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Johnson & Johnson pauses trials for Covid-19 vaccine over participant's illness

"Johnson and Johnson halting Phase three trials of its covet 19 vaccine. Johnson and Johnson says it's halting its phase three testing. Clinical trial pauses are not uncommon. CBS's Dr David Egas thie action comes after one participant had an unexplained illness. The question now was the illness caused by the vaccine. The data Safety monitoring board will look at the data and determine whether this patient had a side effect. First of all that was related to the vaccine. It could have been a patient who received the placebo. 60,000 people are taking part in the study. This is the second phase three trial that's had to be put on hold. Steve Futterman CBS

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Johnson & Johnson pauses trials for Covid-19 vaccine over participant's illness

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Johnson & Johnson pauses trials for Covid-19 vaccine over participant's illness

"And Johnson is halting phase three trials of its covert 19 vaccine. Here's correspondent Steve Futterman with Mohr Johnson and Johnson says it's halting its phase three testing. His clinical trial pauses are not uncommon. CBS's Dr David Egas thie action comes after one participant had an unexplained illness. The question now was the illness caused by the vaccine. The data Safety monitoring board will look at the data and determine whether this patient had a side effect. First of all that was related to the I mean, it could have been a patient who received the placebo. 60,000 people are taking part in the study. This is the second phase three trial that's had to be put on hold. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS

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"dr david egas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Shows those numbers moved up slowly last week. It's considered having the second highest infection rate across all five boroughs with just over 3% positive cases per 100,000 residents. However, the death rate hasn't fluctuated with just over 1000 overall and a vast majority of those cases were confirmed. The rest were considered probable, meaning the patients showed symptoms but had no positive test to confirm. Near the height of the pandemic. Staten Island University Hospital was caring for as many as 554 patients on April 8th Christie collision. WCBS NEWS RADIO 80 President Trump's doctor says he is no longer contagious, says he recovers from Corona virus CBS's Tom Photo report Saturday night Medical statement from the White House physician clears President Trump to resume travelling, which he does plan to do several times this coming week for campaign rallies. CBS NEWS Medical contributor. Dr David Egas, president's doctor denounced that his molecular test was negative for covert 19, which means that he is not infectious at the present time, although they very carefully worded White House statement does not say that Mr Trump is no longer infected. Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington President Trump is getting ready to hit the road for campaign rallies starting tomorrow. Yesterday, the president spoke in his first public event. CBS's chip read reports from the White House, the president's first public appearance before an audience since being diagnosed with covert 19 was built by the White House as a nonpolitical event on the South Lawn..

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Explaining President Trump’s path to recovery

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Explaining President Trump’s path to recovery

"CBS is Dr David Egas tells us about drugs that have been prescribed for the president has received two treatments specifically for Cove in 19. That is an antibody cocktail to monoclonal antibodies by company called Regeneron. It's a one shot that last for 21 days, as well as began really receiving daily read disappear. An intravenous antiviral medicine both work in different ways on the virus, So in a sense, they could be complimentary. Although he's been no clinical trial today, using the two of them together,

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Trump gets experimental drug cocktail for COVID-19

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Trump gets experimental drug cocktail for COVID-19

"Says the president has received a single dose of an experimental antibody treatment, CBS News Medical Contributor Dr David Egas clinical trials. They're not formally finished and there has not been in a FDA review. Of the drug yet, but certainly it showed encouraging results in the clinical trials to date, his doctor says. Mr Trump is fatigued and has a low grade fever.

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CDC says people exposed to coronavirus may not need testing

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

CDC says people exposed to coronavirus may not need testing

"Many questions over the CDC quietly issuing new guidelines over who should get tested for covert 19. The new guidance says it's not necessary for people who do not feel sick but have been in close contact with infected people to get tested. CBS is, Dr David Egas says that is opposite of what scientists say is needed to control the pandemic. I

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Coronavirus: Putin says vaccine has been approved for use

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Coronavirus: Putin says vaccine has been approved for use

"Been strong international skepticism about Russia's claims that it's developed an effective covert vaccine that's usually determined only after many months of trials involving many thousands of people. But President Vladimir Putin insists the new vaccine has been proven to be safe and effective and that one of his daughters has already had it. Suffering only a slightly elevated temperature. In response, CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Egas says there are two key unanswered questions. We don't know whether it actually protects and we don't know what will happen when large numbers of people are inoculated. New

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"dr david egas" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"It can do just really good things for you overall. Let's switch gears a little bit and talk about a big story in the news this past week involving the active ingredient in the weed, killer roundup called glycemic. It's been found in twenty one different series manufactured by general mills, including Cheerios, CBS news, medical contributor. Dr David Egas tells us about the dangers of glyphosate. This chemical disrupts our body. It affects the bacteria are GI track, a hormone levels, and affects many the cells in our body, how it affects disease. We're not going to know for another ten years because the really uses is in the last. Decade, the farmer who doesn't use glyphosate is at a competitive disadvantage to his or her neighbor who does use it. So we have to figure a better and safer ways of doing the FDA regulations. They just changed the rules about ten plus years ago to action raise the rate of that's allowed in food. We have to reexamine this, but Wessels, how concerned are you about life? Oh, say, well, there's a lot of conflicting reports out there in a lot of different agencies disagree on what a safe amount in our foods would be, there's a lot of pesticides in all sorts of our food. And really, we don't know right now, what those long term effects are we have some data that suggests maybe that it could cause cancer could cause neurological issues and other things? None of that is really definitive. And if we think it does cause health concerns. We don't know how much how much in terms of quantity, it would take to really impact the human body. So do we take any action? Now it's a consumer. Well. I would say if, if you're not currently eating the products in question, I wouldn't start if you are eating them, you might wanna think about that. And what's best for you personally and your own personal preferences? Another story that came out this past week involves public health issue, and early death, or prolonging life..

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Dr David Egas, CBS And Kentucky discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Dr David Egas, CBS And Kentucky discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

"Their new concerns about rare types of tick borne diseases after two cases of serious tick borne virus. In jersey and Kentucky. Dr David Egas talked about that on CBS this morning, so it is growing, and, you know, with sixty thousand cases about a year ago of tick point diseases, and that's how many were actually reported the real number is probably over three hundred thousand takes her parasites. They jump onto a mouse Iraq or a squirrel, and the viruses, and bacteria that live inside of them. They draw their blood and then in their life cycle. They'll bite us and they can transmit these diseases to us. Why are we seeing more cases now David? Well, the weather's changing climate is changing, and they're more mice. They're more food for the ticks as well as the ticks. So as reforestation happens as climate change happens different areas of the country's getting more of these, what's the best way to remove a tick, if you find it, and if you then have a desire to torture that tick that make you about. I am not here to give ethical comic. Your. Straight tweezers pull straight out and put the tick in alcohol the quicker, you remove at the better because it takes time before it can objects his, saliva, you in the saliva. What's is what contains the bacteria and the virus? So where your pants tucked into your socks have someone check you which can be kind of fun after a hike and look all over, you make sure the no ticks, take showers. Quickest possible that you can do David to actually avoid tick bites. Yes. Stay with Gail indoors. That in the middle of a trail. David, no, fair. Sometimes I like to go on. Hi. Leave. You think are the disease is treatable smarty PS. So the benefit of being outside the risk of getting one of these diseases bacterial diseases like Lyme disease are treatable. But what we saw northern New Jersey to cases of Powis in virus, which is not treatable and got a ten percent mortality rate. And fifty percent of people who get this fires have permanent. Learn neurologic injury, so tab, someone searching for ticks, and pull them off right afterwards. If you have it and void where. Eat.

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Measles, Dr David Egas And CBS discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Measles, Dr David Egas And CBS discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Of Americans who had the measles vaccine may still run the risk of catching the disease. Adults vaccinated in the nineteen sixties may have received only partial immunity from their shots. They need a booster CBS news, medical contributor. Dr David Egas, one hundred thousand deaths worldwide last year before the measles vaccination there were millions of deaths. So the measles vaccination have saved tens of millions of people

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"dr david egas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Dr David Egas talked about that on CBS over the last several decades, we've gone from thousand products up to greater than fifty thousand products and three out of four people in the country taken four to five elderly one and three children are taking these. And the big question is what's in them. There is no requirement to have them looked at our analyze before they go onto the market. And so we need quality. And at the same time we need to get away. From the claims, we're gonna stop Alzheimer's and cancer with these pills. Without data. Lots of claims are being made and what are some of the health concerns surrounding these supplements. Well, they interact with exiting medications there is, you know, many of these plants are derived from absorb heavy metals from the soil to be contaminants in them that can cause a problem at the Saint Jacques rugs, and you're taking some of these vitamins in high doses can actually increase the rates of cancer or bone fracture in many diseases specifically the FDA sent seventeen letters to companies that are selling product the claim to treat dementia. What should people know about supplements? Do they prevent dementia or Alzheimer's? What do you think? The answer is no I mean, if any of these when you pose a question like that, what do you think we would all believe it? So, unfortunately, they're praying say there's no data to show. Yes. I mean, there is no data to show them at all. And to be fair. There have been no studies done with most. If not all of them how how does this differ from how the FDA regulates prescription drugs? Well, we had the Commissioner of the FDA who went through a tweet us fear twelve tweets attacking the supplement is I mean, the good is they were all data driven and they were appropriate right now, the FDA when you've submitted drug, it looks and make sure it's exactly pure before you give it, and it looks at a clinical trial, the say, can you make the claims it works. Does it help diabetes? Does it slow cancer? Does it improve cognitive function as somewhat dementia the supplements, they just put them on the market, and it's voluntary. Whether they can be analyzed by something called the US pharmacopoeia. Some of them have a label. We were looked at by US the US copy of the fifty thousand on the market one hundred or approved by the US pharmacopoeia. So is that the Betty Crocker seal of approval, if it has the US pharmacopoeia CO, or how do you know, what a safe supplement is? Well, the first question is should we taking supplements at all? So make sure your doctor knows. You're taking them because they could interact with the medicines. You're taking number one. There is yet to be right now any organization Health Organization that recommends vitamins or supplements for any normal person because none of them ever shown to work if you need to take them and there's some certifications. I should clarify things like pregnant women should be taking prenatal vitamins. There are some that work in certain I condition but to an individual without a condition there haven't been a benefit, but US pharmacopoeia is the Betty Crocker seal of approval while I'm not quite sure what that means. Exactly. But a seal of approval, Betty Crocker. Yes. So are there any supplements? Scientifically proven to be beneficial not to somebody without an existing condition, so pregnancy and I- conditions aside. No second today's February twenty-second does that date meeting. New anniversary. It is sixty fifth anniversary of the polio vaccine, and you have to understand that this sixty five years ago. We started the clinical trials four hundred thousand kids got the vaccine two hundred thousand got placebo citizen. Science wasn't governor. This wasn't pharmaceutical. And it save the world. That's Dr David Artis on CBS ends in great information. There the US terror watch list who's on it. Oh, that's a closely guarded secret. But some private organizations have access to that list. We'll talk about it. Plus a huge issue on thirty five in Lewisville. Julian Rodgers has the details next take.

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FDA raises concerns about dietary supplements

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

FDA raises concerns about dietary supplements

"If you are one of the three out of every four Americans are take a dietary supplement, the FDA says be careful of some false claims unknown ingredients as well as potential. Harmful products CBS. Dr David Egas says if you take a supplement make sure your doctor knows could interact with some of your medication there is yet to be right now any organization Health Organization that recommends vitamins or supplements for any normal person because none of them have Michelle to work if you need to take them. And there are some indications I should clarify things like pregnant women should be taking prenatal vitamins. There are some that worked in certain I condition but to an individual without a condition. There haven't been a benefit supplements are big business in this country Americans spent more than forty billion dollars on them last

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"dr david egas" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tennessee, a new study finds having a baby raises the risk of breast cancer in the mother by about eight. Eighty percent, but it's only temporary and over time the risk evens out and eventually becomes lower than women who never gave birth CBS's. Dr David Egas from the time of last child for twenty four years breast cancer risk goes up its highest five years after the child is born and it continues to twenty four years, and then it starts to fall. And so most breast cancer happens thirty plus years out. So if you look at decreases, the risk has breast cancer is relatively rare in young women, but this does change our screening criteria. And now we're gonna ask when was your last child when we determine your risk to determine if you should be screened or not a new congressional report. Blasts, the credit monitoring agency equifax for a breach that it labels entirely. Preventable CBS's. Anna Warner has details. The ninety six page report says equifax failed to modernize its technology failed to patch. It systems when vulnerabilities were detected and stored sensitive data on out of date and subpar systems equifax told us in. A statement during the few hours we were given to conduct a preliminary review, we identified significant inaccuracies and disagreed with many of the factual findings, but consumer advocates like Mike Lynch with the US public interest research group say the company should pay the price for harming consumers. It's really only when there's actually fines attached that we're going to see the credit bureaus take our data security seriously. The Trump administration is set to open the tap on a plan to weaken.

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"dr david egas" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"dr david egas" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I had a little bit of an idea of how much earned once we got up there. And it was almost every home far fighters came in from all over when I turn around and have to walk away from the house. And I look at that house like this is someone's retirement home in everything they have in. It is inside that house. And there's nothing I can do it. But it's not just the house is still the number of people missing two hundred and fifty at last count missing you hear the numbers over and over and you hear eighty-five dad two hundred fifty missing and you hear the numbers, and you almost get used to it. But when you pause, and you think about all of these people, it's a tremendous number, and that area has chest been devastated and the stories of these people their survival coming out of there. Everyone just heartbreaking, and it's not just that. But it's the family members people who know family who lived there. They can't find them. They don't know where they are what happened to them. So the the grief that so many people must be going through right now is unimaginable. Nineteen at Canucks. There's a Chinese researchers claimed to have helped to make the world's first genetically edited babies twin girls had a genome remove responsible for HIV the editing band here in the US. Dr Eric Topol of scripts research in LA Hoya tells Canucks there are ethical concerns. Many of us have felt that it's much too premature that we don't understand the adverse potential affects well enough. Because when you edit one part of the genome. It isn't necessarily true that you don't have undesirable effects of editing and other parts of the Gino specifically why they edited this the genome that's responsible for HIV is because one of the parents had it, and they didn't want that to get to the kids medical expert. Dr David Egas, head of the USC. Westside cancer center says he thinks there was deception to me. This is an experiment on children. These were parents to father's actually had HIV themselves and the mothers did not, and then they consented them on a consecutive HIV vaccine didn't say, gene, editing experiment. No, independent confirmation. So far of the researchers claim a gene editing your career Canucks on the FM. Dial just go to one zero one point one FM HD two or on demand by downloading the radio dot com app because we're everywhere you are nine twenty..

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