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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Seventy five degrees in Northridge Whittier is at seventy seven degrees and in Burbank it's seventy three degrees at one forty seven people have a lot of questions as I start to head back to work in the age of covert nineteen medical experts are warning southern Californians that the virus isn't gone it's not beaten and we need to prepare for people to still test positive and get sick Dr Joseph Ladapo associate professor at UCLA's David Geffen school of medicine says information will be key more information is probably generally really good thing when you're dealing with something that people are scared of and there are misperceptions about local information would absolutely be good the important piece is that the information is accurate doctors say to keep the risk down people should keep following social distancing rules where facemask and wash your hands often rob archer que in next ten seventy newsradio new research looking into whether your fitness tracker could also be a sickness tracker the initial findings from two academic studies are seen as a small step in the fight against the corona virus but possibly a giant leap for wearable tech like fitbits apple watches in many cases proud about three quarters we can get an earlier same time detection of your illness Dr Michael Snyder is chair of the genetics department at Stanford University School of medicine before you get congested things like that your body knows the high rate starts going up in some cases of skin temperature goes up anyway in your smart watch can pick it up and it turns out we think to be a great way to potentially diagnose when you're still very very early the results of these preliminary studies show the data from a wearable device can reveal corona.

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"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:35 min | 9 months ago

"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Entire deal gave Frank senior how lifelong habits what was it exist yet Sinatra to communicate with the kidnappers via pay phone he carried a roll of times throughout the whole ordeal when it became a lifelong habit it said he was even buried with a roll of dice it is twelve thirty nine as more things open back off more people are getting nervous about what to do stay home go out go to the store stay away from the store go to the restaurant has the food delivered home from the restaurant go to the beach sit in the living room watch TV sound familiar people are anxious now things we want to avoid hard things like Michael the court could pass devising psychologist moe Gelbart with Torrance memorial Medical Center I called the what ifs like what if I go to a restaurant and what if someone next to me as Covidien what if I get sick and what if I spent you know we go down that downward spiral and we need to be able to say stop and I say change what if to what is important to remember experts tell us to concentrate on things you can control in your life in this case you can control wearing a mask and washing your hands and keeping your social distance from others Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio if you have been enjoying those relaxed parking enforcement regulations during this call that nineteen pandemic you'll be happy to hear this the department of transportation says it will extend them until July sixth sense some safer at home orders are still in place but it's still a good idea to check which funds are being way because there are some that are still being enforced as southern California's head back to work some people might get the idea that we've beaten this virus that it's still out there it's really hard to stop viruses Dr Joseph Ladapo associate professor at UCLA's David Geffen school of medicine it's good to take precautions but it's also important to be realistic about the fact that you know that some people were going to test positive for Kobe and you need to prepare for that he says as places of business open back up people need to be extra vigilant on social distancing and face masks and keep in mind risk factors people who are younger you know really under fifty or so and help the it's very very low risk but don't get the idea that corona viruses gone rob archer que in next ten seventy newsradio problem in Rowland heights right now sixty westbound at the Nogales offramp and it's coming up the right lane not so sixty west bow more on that coming up with the rest of traffic conformance let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Do think though you have to draw a line in the sand somewhere avoid bringing a bunch of people together I don't believe that like big crowds kicking it on the sand and all that now if you just like a little family where they bring the kids you know to take care of the water meantime police cruised by in the parking lot on the bike path at Dockweiler state beach John verification acts ten seventy newsradio as southern Californians had back to work some people might get the idea that we've beaten this virus but it is still there it's really hard to stop viruses Dr Joseph Ladapo associate professor at UCLA's David Geffen school of medicine it's good to take precautions but it's also important to be realistic about the fact that you know that some people were going to test positive for Kobe and you need to prepare for that he says as places of business open back up people need to be extra vigilant on social distancing and face masks and keep in mind risk factors people who are younger you know really under fifty or so and healthy it's very very low risk but don't get the idea that corona viruses gone rob archer K. next in seventy two is ready as more and more Californians joined others across the country to protest shut downs and stay home waters during this pandemic they often find themselves unknowingly protest it right along side some radical extremist groups as extremist groups like the proud boys of the boogaloo boys joined crowds of people have concerns about the impact of restrictions designed to control the spread of covert nineteen there is a real danger when you have these groups that are on the fringes getting involved in the mainstream it often times has an effect we're it becomes a recruiting rabbit hole for them with people who may be our motion we vulnerable will be more likely to listen to misinformation when there's an opportunity to get together socially Brian Levin is the director for the center for the study of hate and extremism at cal state San Bernardino he thinks we have to be careful to not criticize people who have been impacted with their business or employment and have a right to ask government what is going on while at the same time making sure we separate them from the extremists David Roberts K. and extends seventy newsradio is being called cubes for a cure and it's a unique idea put forth by some young people in Virginia three Richmond Virginia high school students created an online Rubik's cube tournament to raise money for covert nineteen research Ryland Wilson wondered how can I do more than just sit here every day and sleep in which is fine but not very filling Jacob Lee hi this is something that we thought of that we thought could potentially make a big difference more than a hundred competitors from ten countries took part of the Rubik's cube competition proceeds were donated to an international health care organization helping with corona virus relief Jim chrysalis CBS news turning on Iraq on the ninety one freeway in Sir Rideau's we're gonna take a look at that and we're also going to give an update on what's going on on the Pomona freeway the ten freeway gunfire going along the freeway there's costs from a lot of smoke out there I will check that out for you know the rest of traffic in four minutes at six forty one with the.

"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:38 min | 10 months ago

"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Which are the backbone of our economy and our neighborhoods they were relegated to curbside pickup for online shopping which didn't suit a lot of them and many of them just weren't providing the opening is a subject to approval by county public health departments they released guidelines today for places of worship to re open the some pastors tell KNX those guidelines don't work for megachurches Emily Valdez has that part of our in depth team coverage Dr Danny Carroll is the senior pastor of water of life community church and Fontana they have about twenty six thousand parishioners world America is in a service is a hundred and so you run thousands and thousands of people on a weekend like we do seven or eight or ten thousand that doesn't really work you have to do a service every hour for the whole week Carol tells KNX the governor called him after releasing the guidelines looking for input on how to accommodate larger places of worship like his Carol has said he will reopen his church regardless on may thirty first we watch your news coopers and we're seeing the things he said and we understand that you want to partner with us in the end user that's why we're on the phone with you right now so I do think that there is some space here for all of us to move to the middle maybe guidelines also include social distancing infrequent sanitizing and limiting close contact activities Emily Valdez can extend seventy news radio people in southern California trying to make with the cannabis Memorial Day holiday despite the pandemic and of course some people flock to the beach and they weren't all playing by the corona virus rules meaning they set up beach umbrellas and canopies or just plop down insurers so much for moving and staying active like the people that are actually just sitting out there they're actually kind of inviting some cop to like write him a ticket and yet this man who was taking a break from a bike ride said he really kind of understood I mean what's the government going to pay everybody to stay home you know it's just kind of what were they going to get the money they just printed out of thin air I suppose he was just glad the bike path had been re opened it just didn't make a whole lot of sense to him it's like what's the bike path for a rhetorical question for sure but he's Zana these on the bike paths just trying to keep a social distance at Dockweiler John Baird KNX ten seventy newsradio one county opens up a dozen more coronavirus Dessa being reported today by LA county along with more than a thousand additional new cases of the virus death toll now at twenty one hundred total number of cases countywide forty six thousand as southern Californians had back to work some people might get the idea that we've beaten the virus but it's still there it's really hard to stop viruses Dr Joseph Ladapo associate professor at UCLA's David Geffen school of medicine it's good to take precautions but it's also important to be realistic about the fact that you know that some people were going to test positive for Kobe and you need to prepare for that he says as places of business open back up people need to be extra vigilant on social distancing and face masks and keep in mind risk factors people who are younger you know really under fifty or so and healthy it's very very low risk but don't get the idea that corona viruses gone rob archer K. next in seventy newsradio Mar Mar California is joining others across country to protest shut down to stay at home water during the pandemic they often find themselves unknowingly protesting right alongside radical extremist groups as extremist groups like the proud boys of the boogaloo boys joined crowds of people have concerns about the impact of restrictions designed to control the spread of covert nineteen there is a real danger when you have these groups that are on the fringes getting involved in the mainstream it often times has an effect we're it becomes a recruiting rabbit hole for them with people who may be our motion we vulnerable will be more likely to listen to misinformation when there's an opportunity to get together socially Brian Levin is the director for the center for the study of hate and extremism at cal state San Bernardino he thinks we have to be careful to not quit besides people who have been impacted with their business or employment and have a right to ask government what is going on while at the same time making sure we separate them from the extremists David Roberts K. and extend seventy newsradio do we really need another reminder that it's fire season and the temperatures are hot we have a live report from a fire earlier today coming up in just about two minutes.

"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"With the beautiful beaches and so forth and and I think that you still have to be out in the fresh air to gain immunity or to keep your community because if you stay inside the whole time you're to get sicker there are attitudes seem to be as long as you're hanging with your own family and not a bunch of strangers it's good for you and your sanity we'll see a police actually right any tickets at Dockweiler state beach John Baird can extend seventy newsradio as southern Californians head back to work some people might get the idea that we've beaten the virus it's really hard to stop viruses Dr Joseph Ladapo associate professor at UCLA's David Geffen school of medicine it's good to take precautions but it's also important to be realistic about the fact that you know that some people were going to test positive for Kobe and you need to prepare for that he says as places of business open back up people need to be extra vigilant on social distancing and face masks and keep in mind risk factors people who are younger you know really under fifty or so and healthy it's very very low risk but don't get the idea that corona viruses gone rob archer K. next in seventy newsradio complied with Stan homeowners as it held its annual Memorial Day commemoration ceremony it was no in person audience but the event was streamed online speech could still see the event stranger things actress and navy veteran Jennifer Marshall gave the keynote there are no words to adequately describe your sacrifice but we thank you from the bottom of your heart at the bottom of our hearts for your strength and resolve I wish you a safe and healthy Memorial Day weekend and for my brothers and sisters who have perished in service to this nation we miss you we remember you know and you are forever in our hearts Marshall says freedom is a magnificent right the comes a heart breaking cost during a Memorial Day mass in Culver city honoring military men and women who have died serving this country archbishop Jose Gomez also paid tribute to those who have died during the corona virus pandemic in remembering the nearly one hundred thousand people across the United States who have passed away from the virus archbishop Jose Gomez said each number represents a soul we know that too many of these beautiful souls have been forced to suffer and die alone isolated from the low ones so to then we leave them up to god he also said it makes sense as we recognize our fallen soldiers to recognize the heroes of this pandemic doctors and nurses.

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"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:47 min | 10 months ago

"dr joseph ladapo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Near some of the busiest freeways in Los Angeles got some extra time to stay put from a federal judge but barring an appeal their days are numbered it's a victory for the alliance for human rights the incident both LA city and county saying that they both needed to use taxpayer money which they've been collecting to set up new housing safe housing for people who've been living under and near LA's busiest freeways underneath the bridges in tent cities you got three weeks to cut it so that your plan he wants regular status reports the turning Elizabeth Mitchell says the federal judge overseeing this case is given both the city and the county until September first to have the job done shelters that and then the freeway you could be cleared out it's likely that the relocation of these tent cities will happen before September first in order to meet the deadline of having the job complete by then Craig Fichtner can extend seventy newsradio a southern Californians head back to work some people might get the idea we've beaten this virus but it is still out there it's really hard to stop viruses Dr Joseph Ladapo associate professor at UCLA's David Geffen school of medicine it's good to take precautions but it's also important to be realistic about the fact that you know that some people were going to test positive for Kobe and you need to prepare for that he says as places of business open back up people need to be extra vigilant on social distancing and face masks and keep in mind risk factors people who are younger you know really under fifty or so and healthy it's very very low risk but don't get the idea that corona viruses gone rob archer que in next ten seventy newsradio bill Republican National Committee and other Republican groups have filed a lawsuit against governor Gavin Newsom over his executive order to mail ballots to all voters ahead of the twenty twenty general election in November attorney Harmeet Dhillon with the Dylan law group is representing the R. N. C. she tells KNX the governor overstepped his authority the fact that the governor did this unilaterally violated two clauses of the United States constitution which both require that a state legislature set the time place and manner of elections and not the governor the governor and the secretary general pledged major so that's one issue they also claim that millions of inactive voters across the state will be mailed ballots increasing the possibility of fraud but Loyola law professor Jessica Levinson says the idea of voter fraud has never really been proven we just know that that's not the case so voter fraud is largely a mess have there been problems with voting in the past absolutely but if you look at any real study the evidence indicates the pro by mail is very sick in a statement the governor's office says California will continue to defend the Californians right to vote in a safe secure and accessible manner working out of a house these days well you can still listen to K. and X. just stream us on your smart speaker by saying Alexa play KNX ten seventy you can hear is on your laptop to that's it can extend seventy dot com at this important time we are everywhere that you are it's twelve twenty let's check money news here's Tom Busby has more bars taprooms and wineries reopen you may need more than just your ID to get in and have a drink because of social distancing requirements a lot of places have teamed up with the restaurant reservation service OpenTable tiki bar patrons and staff safe work started to work with them first of all there's a lot of responsiveness and they they very much got their poll on the situation what you're exactly what we need at this point that's J. Hunsberger manager of the on guard winery in Sonoma county California and he says limiting crowds by taking reservations for the.

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