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"dr jesse" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:43 min | 3 d ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"It is an Ask Dr Jesse Friday. It's going to be a sweet day. You guys you guys set in. Some earn 8773774373. I'm sorry, Chris. I screwed up the phone number already. It's go. It's going well Friday. It's going down as Dr Jesse Friday call in email in with your questions you already set in some doozies. And I will be getting to them. As soon as I get through Lewis and Clark, I am going to do the best I can to wrap up Lewis and Clark fairly early today. Chris Already showing the lack of faith on his face that I'll be able to do such a thing. I'm serious, Chris. I've pared things down in my mind. This is going to be like 10 minutes. You watch All right, maybe 20 or 30. Possibly an hour. I'm doing the best I can. Let us begin. I'm not going to give you any kind of a recap. For the opening. If you want to know the setup to the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery Exploration of the West. Little background on Lewis Little background on Clark. So on and so forth. Go listen to yesterday's show, Chris podcasts, every single one of them on Google. I Heart Spotify and on iTunes Subscribe on iTunes Leave a five star review. Talk about how handsome I am. I'll read my newest review today. It's a It's a great one. I'm not going over all that. But.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is the CBS news weekend round up from the legal zoom studios in Washington LEGALZOOM where life meets legal coming up. President Trump is urging supporters to vote. But in a way that's sparking controversy and criticism. Send it in early. And then go and vote politics in a covert 19 vaccine. It has nothing to do with elections teacher's going back to class in New York City amid the pandemic, its a difficult question to say whether we're going to feel safe or not. I'm Allison Keys in the CBS News Washington Bureau. There are Corona virus concerns as the nation heads into the Labor Day weekend, and some 187,000 people have died from covert 19. Now there are questions about campaign politics and a vaccine. That's a CDC calls love states to have vaccine distribution sites fully operational by November, 1st. Just two days before the election, CBS's marks Trestman with more whether we end up with a vaccine sooner or later. We need those plans. We need those logistics and twice. Dr. Jesse Goodman is the former chief scientist at the FDA, he oversaw several vaccine approval and distribution efforts. Goodman is concerned that the new letter from the CDC did not come sooner. We have safety, effectiveness, quality, good logistics and distribution system, a safety monitoring system and we don't screw up the trust. Safe and effective vaccine can save lives. But that's a tour order to come up with the remaining time before then, Dr Goodman worries that political pressure on the FDA could lead the public too, doubted safety and effectiveness. It has nothing to do with elections. This has to do with delivering safe, effective vaccines to the American.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"This is the CBS News weekend round up from the legal zoom studios in Washington LEGALZOOM where life meets legal coming up. President Trump is urging supporters to vote. But in a way that's sparking controversy and criticism. Send it in early. And then go and vote politics in a covert 19 vaccine. It has nothing to do with elections teacher's going back to class in New York City amid the pandemic, its a difficult question to say whether we're going to feel safer and Allison Keys in the CBS News Washington bureau There are Corona virus concerns as the nation heads into the Labor Day weekend, and some 187,000 people have died from covert 19. Now there are questions about campaign politics and a vaccine. That's a CDC calls on states to have vaccine distribution sites fully operational by November, 1st just two days before the election. CBS's marks Trestman with more whether we end up with a vaccine sooner or later, we need those plans. We need those logistics in place. Dr. Jesse Goodman is the former chief scientist at the FDA. He oversaw several vaccine approval and distribution efforts. Goodman is concerned that the new letter from the CDC did not come sooner. We have safety. Effectiveness quality, good logistics and distribution system, a safety monitoring system and we don't screw up the trust safe and effective vaccine can save lives. That's a tall order to come up with in the remaining time. Before that, Dr Goodman worries that political pressure on the FDA could lead the public to doubt its safety and effectiveness. It has nothing to do with elections. This has to do with delivering safe, effective vaccines to the American people.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Coupled with his failure to attempt other deescalation options, rendered his use of deadly force unreasonable. The family of the man who was killed Steven Taylor says he was suffering a mental health crisis. The Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, goes to Kenosha, Wisconsin today. Two days after President Trump went there to praise police and inspect damage. Biden will meet with the family of Jacob Blake was shot by police and it'll hold a community discussion as calls mount for the officers involved to be charged. Let the judicial system work. Let's make sure justice is done and Biden indicates officers should be charged in the shooting death of Briana Taylor in Louisville. The CDC director is calling on all states to have covert 19 vaccine distribution sites fully operational by November, 1st just two days before the general election. The FDA chief has denied a vaccine is being rushed for political purposes. Former FDA scientist Dr Jesse Goodman We have safety effectiveness quality. Logistics and distribution system. Safe and effective vaccine can save lives. But that's a tall order to come up with in remaining time before then will the baseball world is mourning Tom Seaver, the Hall of Fame pitcher who died at 75 in New York, Seaver helped turn the Mets from laughing Stocks to World Series champions in 1969. And by 1985 at age 40 favor has become.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:59 min | Last month

"dr jesse" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In many communities, including communities of color, which stems from decades of unethical treatment and experimentation. Inclusion of those communities in clinical trials. Has not been what it should be historically, so You know, I understand from hearing from and I h and some of the sponsors that efforts are being made, you know, to enroll. In a typical communities that are under represented in these vaccines. Uncle Charles. I think that will be very important to explain to people that the data includes them. So that's one point in terms of fairness and priority for distribution. Again. That's an area where I think you know there's a lot of ways to do it. They're different committees looking at this again what we did in 2009 different virus. The priorities may be different. But on the initial short supply focus on those who either we're at the most risk because of their exposure, like healthcare in the central workers and then those who were the most risk for severe outcomes. Which currently would be you know, people were elderly and people with underlying medical conditions. If doses are women did that needs to get the transparency about how Allocation decisions are made so that people understand that there's also a huge mechanical and logistic issue here to potentially Immunized. Most of or the entire population so hundreds of millions and potentially give two doses. That's a huge logistics issue. And, you know, we need a clear national Immunisation plan for this vaccine or Siri's of vaccines, and we need to have that whole. Infrastructure in place ahead of time. So I'm really concerned that you know the day to do. That is not when the vaccines available. It's now and While there does seem to be good coordination on the vaccine development part we haven't yet seen what the national immunization plan for this vaccine is gonna look like I would also mention that you know, it's been mentioned the possibility of having military involved and, you know, I think that needs some deep thought. The 2009 vaccine was pretty successfully distributed through a combination of Normal channels through healthcare through physicians and public health. And, you know, sort of both health care related and then private sector distribution through, you know, pharmacy's other People can pride, immunizations and some public immunization sites like schools, etcetera, I think right now, public health is incredibly stressed, and may not be able to take that on. You know, I think the preference would be to again use more typical distribution channels supplemented by, you know NASA immunization science if that was needed. You know, I worry that as wonderful as our military is, you know how again in this context of rapid development, the current politicization of it everything. It's not gone very, very carefully. You know, that could create concerns. Thank you, Dr Goodman. I really, really welcome Dr. Jesse Goodman is a professor at Georgetown University and the former chief scientist at the Food and Drug Administration. Support for the takeaway comes from hit water makers of fruit infused water with no sugar, diet sweeteners or calories hits 25 flavors include watermelon, blackberry and pineapple in stores or drinking. Dot com..

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"dr jesse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:06 min | Last month

"dr jesse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Boston, a conversation with you, Mayor and Caroline about the process of developing a vaccine. Demonstrated just how big of an undertaking this is making, testing and distributing hundreds of millions of doses of vaccine is an enormous task that will require serious coordination. Of the public and private sectors. Dr. Jesse Goodman is a professor at Georgetown University and the former chief scientist at the Food and Drug Administration. I asked him about his experience responding to the H one N one pandemic in 2009. The logistics of getting a vaccine to those who need it most, even at the most simple biological level. Can we make a vaccine that works? We don't know that yet, you know, so there's promising early data in humans and animals. That shows antibody response where we humans make antibodies that can neutralize the virus. But we don't know how that correlates to protection so that very first principle of Will it work? We think it will. But we don't know yet And we won't know until those large clinical trials are done that show Is this effective in humans? Do the people get the vaccine have less infection than people who didn't What's really exciting year. Several of these vaccines are vory new technologies, which Is what enabled these first candidates out of the gate that are now in large trials to get going quickly, just reading back on past vaccine development, especially developments that you know Government and industry wanted to get very quickly to people whether it was polio. Whether it was the swine flu in the 19 seventies. It seems like they're they're one of the big kinks in the whole process was the manufacturing peace and there were some really significant Mistakes made at the manufacturing portion of this that went on to really injure people who got the vaccine. So how much concern do you have that We could also be Increasing the possibility of people getting doses that might not be very good for them. The capability and experienced of the regulatory agency. You know, In this case, FDA is at a much more Advanced, sophisticated level, then it wass. Let's say, you know, back in the days of when polio vaccines were first developed, and the state of the science, including manufacturing is at a much higher level, so I think Some of the risks of you know out now, missteps and misadventures are Lower and the and the understanding of how to prevent them is much higher yet. You know, honestly and anything. This is why having a independent on DH capable regulatory agency is so critically important and this is also why You can speed the production of data. You need to get the data, you know. So we need the data from those large phase three trials. We need FDA to be able to oversee and evaluate manufacturing process is how do we ensure that it? Gets to who it needs to get to, especially when we know that there is mistrust the government in many communities, including communities of color, which stems from decades of unethical treatment and experimentation. Inclusion of those communities in clinical trials. Has not been what it should be historically, so You know, I understand from hearing from and I h and some of the sponsors that efforts are being made, you know, to enroll. You know typical communities that are under represented in these vaccine clinical trials. I think that will be very important to explain to people that the data Includes them, so that's one point in terms of fairness and priority for distribution. Again. That's an area where I think you know there's a lot of ways to do it. They're different committees looking at this. Again what we did in 2009 different virus. The priorities may be different. But on the initial short supply focus on those who either we're at the most risk because of their exposure, like healthcare and essential workers, and then those who were at the most risk for severe outcomes. Which currently would be you know, people who are elderly and people with underlying medical conditions. If doses are limited their needs to get the transparency about how Allocation decisions are made so that people understand that there's also a huge mechanical and logistic issue here to potentially immunized. Most of or the entire population so hundreds of millions and potentially give two doses. That's a huge logistics issue. And, you know, we need a clear national Immunisation plan for this vaccine or Siri's of vaccines, and we need to have that whole. Infrastructure in place ahead of time. So I'm really concerned that you know the day to do. That is not when the vaccines available. It's now and While there does seem to be Good coordination on the vaccine development part we haven't yet seen what the national immunization plan for this vaccine is gonna look like I would also mention that you know, it's been mentioned the possibility of having military involved and, you know, I think that needs some deep thought. The 2009 vaccine was pretty successfully distributed through a combination of normal channels through healthcare through physicians and public health. And you know, sort of both health care related and then private sector distribution through, you know, pharmacy's other people can pride immunizations. And some public immunization sites like schools, etcetera. I think right now. Public health is incredibly stressed, and may not be able to take that on. But You know, I think the preference would be to again use more typical distribution channels supplemented by you know mass immunization sites if that was needed. You know, I worry that as wonderful as our military is, you know how again in this context of rapid development. The current politicization of everything, If not done very, very carefully, you know, that could create concerns. Thank you, Dr Goodman. I really welcome.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"This is Jesse Kelly show. You know, it's not the feminists. It's the folds a weak man who don't stand up and stop them. And I realize there now in this position of power in society, and everything is built for them, and I mean, even divorce child support proceedings by any account are so lopsided. Just talk about the abuse the legal abuse of men. It's absurd. But this all began somewhere. This all began by a dude who wasn't willing to step up and say absolutely not. Pipe down, woman. And I know that sounds harsh to you. I get that Trust me when I tell you that's better than you letting them stomp all over you. Because then not only are you miserable, they're miserable, too. I mean, that's part of why I have so much fun mocking them. They're miserable. Have you ever seen Ah, happy feminist ever in your life. No, you haven't there always bitter and miserable. And you know what a songs I'm offending everybody today. As long as I'm offending everybody today. How do you think they're all ugly? As they get older. I'm not making that up. I'm not trying to be mean Bitterness, ages You like a carton a day packet of cigarettes, even if they start out gorgeous, and of course, some do. All of a sudden, she's 40 and looks 90. Why bitter? Bitterness eats at you. I'm angry. Miserable. So for your sake and her sake shoot more for hers than yours. Step up and be a man. Enough of that garbage. What? Dr Jesse. This one was emailed to me. You're welcome to E Mail him in Jesse at Jesse kelly show dot com Dr. Oracle steal Kelly. Vitiate that I am deeply humbled to have something I wrote in your presence. Can't blame him there, Chris When they make a monument in your honor. Would you want? Would you want? Would you want marble or granted? Okay, so he's not a grammar Dude, That's fun. Would you want Would you want marble or granite? Here's the question. I have Chris Doesn't granted HAVA lot longer longevity than marble does. Now hold on. You just said you still see marble columns of Rome. That could be true. But a lot of the marble statues you see from old have had to be redone because things like the end of their nose. Fall off and embarrassingly so, like the naked ones. There are other parts that fall off, too. Who wants to be the guy who has to go put a new one of those appendages on Yeah, John, I got up. Got a special job for you today. Uh, quick, Chris, grow up. We're going to start being more mature on this show, Dr Jesse Oracle, Kelly. My wife and I have been married a few years. She's been really sick the past few weeks. Like question is, how long should it take her to make dinner? That's not right, Roy, bring the lifes and dinner. You know what's funny, Chris? I don't mind dinner on my own or didn't I'm capable. A man needs to be capable. Of making a few things really Well. I'm never going to be a ble to work my way through the kitchen like the wife can. But there are some things I do way better than she does eggs in any form. No. I'm doing eggs and shoots. You have my wife makes eggs. Because I mean, she's a bit of a health freak. Of my wife bakes eggs. She's going hard boy of parboil a couple eggs, Maybe put some hot sauce in pepperoni if I make eggs I have, like 1000 different ways I make him But if I make eggs, I'm chopping up jalapenos in there and three different kinds of cheese I've got you know, I've got salt pepper hot sauce. I'm scooping him on some buttery toast with bacon and sausage. If I'm making eggs, Dude, it's gonna be a meal. What? Chris? You've never had bacon and sausage together..

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"dr jesse" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Very warm and humid with a round or two of thunderstorms. A high of 90 Thursday Partly cloudy, warm and muggy, a chance for thunderstorms with a high of 85 Illinois Republicans are calling on Governor Pritzker to involve the legislature making decisions that the state has to pull back again due to a rise in Corona virus cases. Here's House leader Jim Durkin if he's going to take up Any other covert related restrictions. He has to do with the legislative bodies. This is not a kingdom. Earlier today, Governor Pritzker said he would pull back if needed, but did not say what that threshold would be. In Illinois today, the state announcing 707 new Corona virus cases in 25 additional death, the state positivity rate remains at 3%. Chicago's Department of Public Health has added Oklahoma and Iowa to the list of states where arriving travelers will be required to quarantine for 14 days. Iowa is the first state neighboring Illinois added to the list, But Mayor Lightfoot isn't ruling out, adding others were paying very close attention. Everywhere around us and particularly states in the Midwest, that border Illinois in Chicago. That would include was gone. Off course. Wisconsin, Michigan, Indiana. We're looking very closely at what their numbers are every single day Earlier today, Wisconsin was added to the travel order in New York. Doctors air warning about rushing to find a Corona virus vaccine during a virtual house hearing. Dr Bruce Gellin with the Saban Vaccine Institute says there could be no shortcuts, Georgetown University Dr Jesse Goodman says. A public crisis of confidence over vaccine trials could emerge if the Corona virus vaccine is not done right. Joe Biden, campaigning in Delaware today, he blasted President Trump's approach to the pandemic, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, saying open everything now isn't a strategy for success, pushing the false choice. Between protecting our health. Protecting our economy. All it does is in danger, our recovery on both fronts he got on the president to listen to public health experts instead of denigrating them. The small business index for June rose more than six points. Owners continue to be optimistic about future conditions and indicate they expect the recession to be short lived. WG on sports Here's Kevin pal. Thank you, Kim. 16 players said to report to the Schomburg Boomers Home Ballpark tomorrow. His workouts begin for the White Sox taxi squad. 12 pictures, including first round pick Derrick Rose. She'll be a part of the squad. Three outfielders will join in one catcher's Ebbe Cevallos. The Sox Big League club held a scrimmage this morning on the South side. Tim Anderson, driving in Alone it run of the four inning game. Cubs will hold a scrimmage tonight at Wrigley just after six. Anthony Rizzo still day to day with back stiffness around baseball outfielder Yasiel Puig set to sign with the Atlanta Braves Day two of camp for the Blackhawks on the West Side. No Calvin do Han team says the defenseman had a family emergency Uncertain when Hill return Tiger Woods teeing it up in a practice round today for the memorial this week in Ohio, his first event since mid February. Victim would give Tiger the record for most tour winds with 83 opening round is Thursday. He'll see it up with Brooks kept and Rory McIlroy another big deal for a chief's player following the 500 plus $1,000,000 contract for Patrick Mahomes C team agreeing with defensive tackle Chris Jones on a four year, $85 million contract extension. That includes $60 million in guarantees the home of the Blackhawks, Northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball. Kevin Powell. W G In Sports Your money on w G N sponsored by you lying dot com The Dow closed up 556 points today. Nesic up 97. The S and P. 500 up 42 points. Gold down today. Oil up 21 cents at $40.31. And the vics at the CBO. We down two points. I'm Kim Gordon on Chicago's very own. 7 20 W g. N ready.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's eight forty one. If you're planning a trip to Europe after a couple of years from now, let's say it's something you need to know about. And maybe now's the time to start thinking about it. All Americans who traveled to Europe will have to beat a major new requirement at a couple of years until now US citizens have been able to travel through any of the two thousand six European Union nations without a visa or a similar document bought. The EU says that'll change in the year twenty twenty one when Americans visiting those countries will have to obtain a special new type of these. It'll be good for three years, but to apply for it. You will not you will need not only your passport, but also an Email account and a credit or debit card. The EU says the new plan is part of security improvements aimed at fighting terrorism and illegal migration, a grand jury in Chicago and Dieter Dr Jesse smollet on sixteen felony counts related to allegedly making a false report that he was attacked by two men who. Who shouted racial and homophobic slurs? Sixteen counts all alleged felony disorderly conduct false report, the true Bill ledges that smell that lied to the beat cop. Who took the initial report early January twenty nine and a detective who spoke with him later that day. The initial report is well known allegedly attacked by two men. One wearing a ski mask who struck his face put a noose around his neck and use racial and homophobic slurs later, he told detectives that when he fought back all three fell to the ground, and he was kicked in the bad all charges related to the attack. None to the threatening letter he allegedly sent to himself Bob Roberts or CBS news, Chicago.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on KTOK

"Pleasure. Supposed the more interesting stories of the week was news of a controversial startup called Ambrosia that charges eight thousand dollars to fill old people up with the blood of younger people as a way to combat aging. They do accept PayPal for the procedure. This has started off by Dr Jesse Karmazin. He is a graduate of Stanford medical school. And he started this company and set it up in five US cities, so far they recently completed some clinical trials designed to assess the benefits of the procedure. But they haven't published any results yet. We spoke to Aaron Brodmann she's a science and tech reporter with business insider, and we talked about how the procedure works these clinical trials and the murky science of what this treatment is. I've been writing about this company at the start out for a couple of years now, and they are essentially offering infusion of young blood plasma. From donors between ages sixteen to twenty five and if you're thirty over you can go and allegedly can go and get an injection of this young blood, which is supposedly to revitalize you everything from make you smarter to make you more useful appearing and generally revitalize fought huge caveat. There has not been any conclusive scientific study done to prove and yeah, the sciences a little murky on this. Although they have done clinical trials, and they haven't released any of that data yet. But the founder his name is Jesse Karmazin has said that he's very excited about it that it's it's promising you got a chance to speak to about this whole project. Certainly the ethic. He graduated from Stanford as a medical degree. But he is not licensed to practice medicine or a doctor that he is very enthusiastic, and yes, they did one clinical trial, which is registered on clinical trials that go. However, if you visit the website to check it out, there's nothing there results have not been published at Jaffe about some of the findings, and he told me that they will call this. But again, nothing to verify both claims. So that being said, they have I've clinics across the US LA San Francisco, Tampa Omaha and Houston where you can go..

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"dr jesse" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"News. Brought to you by the Exegen temporal scanner thermometer. We still are under a flood watch this evening. So we'll have eyewitness weather in just a moment. First some real hero IX by the Philadelphia fire department firefighters out there. Rescuing two people saving their lives. We're told after a building collapsed in north Philadelphia today firefighters responding to ridge and Gerard just just about lunchtime today. So the two people were in that area of an exit excavation a right next to a vacant building there, and it just literally collapsed trapping and pending the victims they were rushed to the hospital. Everybody looks like they're going to be okay. So we want to start with some some good news in the heroics of our Philadelphia. Firefighters the US food and Drug administration issuing a warning to parents as well as guardians about the some safety risk. Of teething jewelry. This is following the death of an eighteen month old child. So young child. We're told by the FDA was strangled by his amber teething, necklace. They call it during a nap. So they're saying don't use it take it back get a refund. Okay. So we've heard the only talking about the vampiric one being immortal through drinking the blood of virgins, but I actually found this story. There is such a thing as young blood saying could these say secret to eternal youth be found in blood transfusions from young people? So there's a clinical study going on this is for real. With people paying eight thousand dollars to get the rich growth factors found in blood's plasma platelets. And this is Dr Jesse Karmazin who is opening a business selling young blood. This is a real thing saying, they're seeing amazing results and reversing the aging process. There's also another study at Stanford University saying that this is encouraging for Alzheimer's patients. There you go said young bloods, a real thing. Now, where's this doctor's office? That's what.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on Ear Snacks

Ear Snacks

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on Ear Snacks

"Listening to each tooth and dune Polly. You listening to this show. What they Andrew poly where everyone is wondering will pediatric dentists Dr Jesse towards defeat hurt evil nemesis goldfish crackers. Poly, O'Hare Andrew what is going on? Are you doing like a superhero announcement? No that was just a funny thing that was happening inside my head. I thought we were talking about -til you wanna know more about teeth. Yes. I would like to more though. Yeah. Okay. So when we last left off, Dr Schwartz was telling us about how we need to keep our teeth clean, and we need to keep our teeth clean. So the bacteria in our mouth don't have anything to eat beak. Issue with getting more cavities cavities. So what's the cavity? The work. Have any means a hole holes in your tea holiday, NAT Tae, probably commute. Holywood co cabbie like a hole in the ground. But in the mouth what it means that as a whole that usually germs bacteria. Eating the tooth away. We all have germs he'll tear their mouth yucky germs. And then we eat sugars bacteria in the mouth have a party, and they basically made acid acid either to way, so the bacteria artistes, it's the bacteria eating the sugar leftover in our mouth, and then the sugar goes through their body. And it turns into. Acid. Poop poop. Yeah. Acid. Poop poop makes a whole call the cavity. Germs bacteria living inside the tube. Behold inside the yes. Yes. Like a worm in apple it makes it hole in there. But my tooth may be the hardest part of my body height funds bows to the harder bills. Yes, I wonder what are made of he made a mineral house human phosphate of the main components of teeth. Wait each tooth is made up of more than one part two has a skin on there. Like an apple peel. Super heart. Next layer in is Denton. Renton is softer. Apple part means the too many part outside middle scared Dench in. Yeah. And the Inza inside part is the core of the apple junior to this called the poll tissue. The nerve of the tooth shoes. The nerve of the tooth. Tear can get through the outer skin. They can drill a home there. Be other acid the next to spread like crazy making bigger whole called the cavity. Have you ever had any cavities you? He had three three. Seventy jesse's words. Do you not brush all the time? And do you floss? Yes. And you eat out of your fridge. The garbage. Can I tell you guys wanted? My kids has never had a cavity. And probably never will really really really strong teeth. Yeah. Other child she has teen. She had some cavities people. See differently. Yes. People here differently yet. People think differently people have different teeth their mouths. Yes. So teeth different some kids, get counties and some kids don't want them to work hard to eat well into brush, well, but not to feel bad if they get counties because they happen sometimes. Yeah. Cavities happen. Yeah. Hey, Andrew Bali. Dr jesse's works like a super super duper duper friendly dentist because she is a super duper friendly dentist, but going to the dentist might be something that some of our friends haven't done a whole lot of time can be kind of weird you have to go somewhere to office which house, and then someone you don't know that. Well, I still look inside your mouth. Right. So they can explore encounter teeth and make sure there's no cavities..

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"dr jesse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"dr jesse" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Psychiatrist dr jesse viner he's the guy that runs yellow break that place i talk about four teenagers and young people who failed the launch but they've got a lot of clinical expertise over there about psychiatry and about what makes people tick and he did say this knock diviner said that people who are angry tend to be isolated and in that state we tend to let them be those people are angry or irrational if they're acting a little odd we don't tend to embrace them we tend to let them go i said well i suspect that people in that situation tend not to be real receptive to our overtures and he said well that's true and i said well then what should we do with people like that and he said reach out to them anyway if you know somebody at work whose if there's somebody in your family your life your world and they're acting suspiciously or differently or angrily you need to still befriend them try and humanize them or yourself the people around us because when they live in that silo for too long that's when these sort of irrational acts take place i'm extrapolating only a little bit from our conversation but that's the sort of thing he was saying and i think that's true i'll get back to that point in just a minute cnn wrote today in a july twenty eleven article in the maryland newspaper titled the jared wants to be your friend this newspaper told of how a man had befriended a former female high school classmate on facebook and began a year long nightmare her words have harassing her over the internet the article published in the capital gazette identified that man is jared warren ramos he's the suspect in that deadly shooting the most deadly shooting in an american newspaper nearly seven years ago ramos pleaded guilty to a harassment charge in district court after connecting on facebook he sent this woman messages asking for help calling your bulgar names told her to kill herself was written by a former staffer at that newspaper but he's been angry at the newspaper ever since filed suits against them they were dismissed for some reason something made him tip and he decided to seek out his revenge against that news paper yesterday i want say this about all of that to donald trump did not do this he said that the media are fake and that they are scum and his crowds jeer cnn and new york times reporters it is rallies and he does little to stop them all of this from a man that fact check dot org says issues six and a half false statements today but there is no evidence that this man was motivated by or bolden by the president's rhetoric and yet a lot of people are connecting those dots it is a reminder of how important the job is the journalists do though and how precarious their purchase right now if you think social media is brutal be a columnist at a major newspaper these days and trying to be an honest thoroughfare chronicler of the events these days is not easy when the president of the united states regularly calls unfavorable news coverage about him fake and labels these career professionals is the enemy of the people the president has also said this attack shocked the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief journalists like all americans donald trump has said should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their job to the families of the victims there are no words to express our sorrow well maybe not but our words should also not dehumanize or marginalize these people especially now it's eighteen after one o'clock it's one eighteen on wgn this is another thing that this terrible crazy shooting made me think about today and that is i you know so they say that this guy was throwing off signs on social media to to anybody that he was a dangerous person that he might someday tip and so what should we do about that when we identify people that we think wow that guy is crazy or he's angry he may do something violent and we point to a guy like this and say okay there's one right there people's described him as a ticking time bomb right what are we going to do about them here and so they're critical of the police department i will such the chief of police over there being asked why didn't you guys do more about this knowing advance that he had been saying things like this all along.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Bats every game you're batting average will drop because he's just that's why you do have to take some locks now that's if you care about batting average he says players care so as swarms numbers were coming down last year man of is worried about that as much as his confidence is going to just plummets we've got to get them out of that one hole get him three or four baths instead of five get someone up there that will take a walk so if he takes an old for its over four not over five all these thing that i don't think we think about our and play well down dr jesse in a moment let's go south side kim wants to jump back down the white sox talk hey i think you're right i think rixon is a genius 'cause he's got you guys congruent said he's not responsible for anything bad like the james the same thing you said use guy are you guys fred while you what you want me well i've got put was right along with i thought he said that the whole rebuild started when james shield sucked though we build started when the club won the world series let's wanting to rebuild started because they couldn't take the cubs winning a world series so they just copied the cubs at now everybody who's on on the bandwagon james shields is we're concert sponsored bility he was the general manager both delays boy i just want people want is there credit for cold type that we've got a we years to develop an old you gotta take the responsibilities said these star shortstop sorry ricki i filibuster murphy had fried what was the result of our total pay eleven did you want kyle solar that yesterday eighty four percent said yes i would like to have him back all right but get really want him.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Fifty five welcome to st louis welcome to jaeger mohacs boon lighter and keeping can't stop listening treats later the new with bill later what is going on thank you for being here really intense show really good show and one of the topics that has has driven a lot of thought into screaming and conversation today and yesterday is a study that came out findings were released in which a number of former football players brains were were examined and the lead author of that study dr jesse masr from boston university school of medicine an assistant professor of neurology their joins us right now on roger the new doctrine as usual much for for making some time thanks for having me so let's let's start with a study itself what was the what was the impetus and the decision to to conduct this study and what are the findings um that that that you and your team concluded about football on its correlation to ct sure so the the study has been ongoing for about eight years and um it started and formally run dr anne macusi uh i i am more pathologist with after examining the brain of a couple former football player author and at the pattern that you can clean before and with a little bit of investigation realized that it was like a chronic traffic succo opportunity to be had had actually been prescribed uh a fire back at the 1920s and boxers um and that uh then you'll eight at her to reach out to the va university and to start the brain bank and it initially well on informal in two thousand fourteen uh we received uh finding from the and i age and we were able to create a more comprehensive struck shared um rich air uh regularly design study and that is the result are what we say today jesse chavez is the lead author of the study on former football players brains including a hundred and.

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"dr jesse" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"dr jesse" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"As you can imagine separating conjoined twins is a very complex surgery followed by a long and complicated recovery but we are very hopeful for a positive outcome that's what dr jesse taylor said in a news release taylor is a plastic surgeon he helped lead the multidisciplinary team thirty people in an operating room how'd you like that it marked the third time that hospitals separated conjoined twins over the last sixty years it's the first involving children joined at the top of their heads the least common type of conjoined twins that condition is known as cranial pages there are shared blood vessels and a protective membrane around their brains were carefully separated before the teams split into two groups to perform reconstruction involving each patient the girls were born ten weeks prematurely back in july by the syrian section the hospital said there now in separate beds for the first time in their lives the additional surgery is considered likely when we go home it's going to be a big party their mother said heather delaney welcome home baby shower first birthday while the girls are expected to return home later this year the hospital declined a declined to disclose the family's hometown but that's a big deal could you man and then i think of all the people that go through reconstructive surgery or or have problems medical problems and after go through that it's it's tough enough as a team or in your twenty to thirty stores an adulterous a senior geriatric lee but imagine infants now they probably won't remember what happened obviously say there are some trauma but they also use anaesthetics i'm happy for them could you imagine they would have been freaks one hundred years ago right there would have been in a carnival or the proper what died and to think that many over sixty years twenty plus separations and think of human dna and genetics and biology i mean people are born with this with that lacking this or that and sometimes connected.

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