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"dr lawrence" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Chuck, I feel like we made it through the hardest part. We're out of the woods, as it were. I'm shaking a little less. I am too. But I won't fully relax for another 15, 10 to 15 minutes. Hang in there. We'll get it. All right. So, what happened in the 1930s? Oh, well, a guy named Dr. Lawrence, I can't remember, but the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory is named after him in part, invented particle accelerators, where you use incredible amounts of energy to throw trillions of particles of different weights or specific weights at a target atom. Tell him what Einstein, how Einstein described this process. Like shooting birds in the dark in a country where there are only a few birds. Right. Like the chances of you actually having a collision are so remote that you, like they're almost indescribable mathematically, but if you shoot trillions of particles, you really increase your chances of there being some kind of collision. And when you collide one particle, one atom with another atom, with enough energy, they can combine. And when you add proton to proton, remember, you get a new element. And so, with particle accelerators, they were able to start creating elements that you can't find in nature. And they started doing this all the way back in the 1930s, and this research is what actually directly led to a nuclear bomb. Apparently, when Einstein heard that Lawrence had created this particle accelerator, he advised FDR to start working on a bomb because it was now a thing. Like the world had just been prepared scientifically for a bomb to exist soon. Yeah. So, lab-created elements, like you said, started being a thing in 1937. Anything past uranium on the chart, you cannot find in nature because it decays much too fast to even be around and know it's a thing and study. But so, anything past uranium is lab-created, and in 1937, technetium was the very first blank spot to be filled in with a lab-created element as number 43.
"dr lawrence" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And and they live in the property. They get an automatic cut in their assessments. Okay, which does help their taxes That means of multi millionaire senior gets it. Um Every scene that gets it now. I personally think that that is wrong, Okay? We don't have enough money to be doing that That money should be going to those who need it. The most released needed okay. And yet, politicians Including myself. We want to curry favor so we often will do things that may not be smart economically but might win us in favor. And I'm not sure that this is not exactly Travis, speaking of, but there's all sorts of things that the Legislature and the City Council and the county have put into the taxing issues. That make it much more complicated. For average people understand? Why are they paying this much in their taxes? But let's go back. And maybe Travis could tell us what the well I want to take. I want to try to squeeze in another call before we wrap up. Let's go to Steve, who's calling from the Gold Coast? Hey, Steve, how are you? Fine, Thank you. And I wanted to agree. I think that America has become very balkanized because of the way in which we label groups and, uh, once you divert attention from the actual substance of an issue to simply that's a liberal ideology. That's a liberal agenda or conservative and I think both sides are guilty, though I think conservatives and much more so guilty Of vilifying the left in the last 2030 years. Um, you create this dynamic in which, well, once it's labeled as liberal, then we don't support it. But when you actually ask Americans about things like health care, the environment, education all these things. It's amazing how many people would end up voting for liberal agenda or democratic agenda. They something like that as conservatives or right wingers. But if you ask them the individual issue about individual issues, all of a sudden they're on the same page. As guess who. The Democrats But you know again, we've we've allowed the people who make the agenda to create these labels, and therefore, if it's a liberal program, I worked on the affordable care act. You know people like what's in it the right geared at getting past because they knew that people would like what was in it. Average of people, middle class upper middle class people whose kids are going off to college. They want them to be covered under their health care plan, you know, so they just wanted to label it as some sort of liberal agenda some sort of program that the left one to institute socialized medicine. But guess what? Once it was passed that nobody's looking to overturn or the affordable care act today. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you for that, Steve. We're we've got to wrap up or at the end of our segment. Thank you, Steve. For the call. Thank you, David, or from good government. Illinois, ELISA Kaplan from reform. For Illinois. The town Hall again is Thursday. This Thursday this week. September 9th at seven P.m.. You can go to good Gove, Illinois, Good government, Illinois and, uh and sign up for resuming. Thank you guys. So much for being here today. I really appreciate your time. Through so much stone. Take care of both of you. Um, we're going to take a break, and when we come back, we're going to talk to Dr Lawrence Robbins. We have a lot of topics We want to cover with him. So let's get to it right after this. Don't want to call but I have something to say. Am I on the air you can now text us at 7737639278 WC Pts. Text line is sponsored by G. W c. Injury. Lawyers Visit Dammit.
"dr lawrence" Discussed on WCPT 820
"President Biden is supposed to be speaking later today. Um, he is touring the Northeast. He wants to make a speech about Hurricane Ida and the damage of the death toll continues to climb both in the Louisiana area and in the Northeast. We are going to try to bring you that live when it happens. Um, generally, Of course, when he is touring like this, the time is a little bit. Shall we say, squishy? But we think it's going to be somewhere in the vicinity of 3 45, but, um Even when he's speaking at the White House. Time is a flexible things, so we'll keep an eye on it. Zack is back in the studio. He is going to keep an eye on it. I'm going to keep an eye on it, and we are going to try to jump on that when it happens, just let you know. Little bit of good news I've got for you today. The Reverend Jesse Jackson's wife, Jacqueline Jackson. Is a home. She was in Northwestern Memorial Hospital with Covid. It got so bad she was in the intensive care unit, though she did not have to be put on a ventilator. She is home as of today of the Reverend Jesse Jackson, who was also hospitalized with her at Northwestern for Covid was released some time ago. But he is, um At the Shirley Ryan Ability Center. He is doing some rehab work, You know, even before Covid. He was diagnosed with Parkinson's, which can affect you know you're walking ability, your balance ability and I've I've talked to some people who recovered from Covid. And whether it's just what it takes out of them are being in bed so long. Some of them have had trouble walking. So right now he is doing some rehab. But he is out of the hospital. As of today, his wife is out of the hospital. The family said that while the reverend Jesse Jackson was vaccinated, which might be why he got out of the hospital so much faster, um, that their mom was not vaccinated. That's what the Chicago Tribune is reporting. Today. So, um Good news. Good news is that She is home. Bad news is that she was sick enough to be an intensive care. So we wish them both. Well, it looks like they are definitely on their way. Oh, to a complete recovery. You know, there's some people have said to me recently. That? Oh, you know, I don't have to get a vaccine because I had covid so I'm immune. If you have had covid you have some immunity. But what I have Been told by the experts is the kind of immunity that you get recovering from the illness. It's not as good Nor does it last as long. Nor is it as strong as the immunity you get from the vaccine, everyone I know who's had Covid has had their doctor tell them AM three months or four months or five months after your recovery. Get the vaccine, okay? We're going to be talking later today with Dr Lawrence Robbins and one of the things that we're going to talk about. Is this whole idea of vaccine boosters who gets what? When But please don't think that because you had covid. This isn't like this isn't like chicken pox or mumps. You know where you have it once and you really don't get it again. That's not the case. One of the guys that I've spoken to Eric E ever bomb the gentleman in New York. He said Coach he had covid twice before he could get a vaccine The first time, he said he was six for 90 days. 90 days, three months he was in bed. Said. The second time he got it. He wasn't nearly as sick, but he was sick. He knew what it was. And then after he recovered from the second time around He got vaccinated, so hopefully he is now good to go. Couple. Other quick news items. Just as we are reeling. From one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation passed in Texas, a couple of notes The Justice Department led by Merrick Garland. Has said that they are going to offer protections. Protections to The women of Texas. If they decide they want to get an abortion. Uh, since it's a state law, I'm not exactly sure. How that's going to play out. But that is a promise that the Department of Justice has made and you know, one of the most Catholic countries on the face of the Earth, Ireland but also Mexico, Mexico, an incredibly Catholic country. Washington Post. Front page news. Mexico's Supreme Court voted unanimously. Today. To decriminalize abortion. Yeah. One of the most Catholic countries in the world. Their Supreme Court was unanimous in that this should not be a crime. And the United States. At least in Texas. Trying to take 10 giant steps backward As a country we look our noses down at Oh, yes, they're they're good, but they're not as good as we are. You know, they're not as this They're not as that. They're not as shiny as we are. Who's looking like the backwards country now. Mhm. I am asking for a friend. Who's looking like the backwards country now. Going to take a break. When we come back, we're going to shift gears a little bit. You may have heard of, um Movie out Judas. And the Black Messiah, and it's the story of how Black Panthers were betrayed. Remember that awful stain in Chicago history where some people refer to it as simply the police assassinating Fred Hampton..
"dr lawrence" Discussed on KOMO
"Programs, including the $300 a week federal bump up to state jobless benefits. More than seven million Americans could lose nearly all of their benefits. A standoff in Polk County, Florida has ended with sheriff's deputies, wounding and arresting a man. Who allegedly shot and killed four people, including a three month old baby is not enough. Adjectives are descriptive to point out how angry I am with him or how sad I am for the family share of Grady Judd says The suspect was dressed in camouflage and heavily armed. Week after hurricane eye to slam the Louisiana coast power is slowly being restored the number of parishes that are hovering right at 100%. How did Governor John Bel Edwards says there are nearly 600,000 outages in Louisiana, New York Governor Kathy Huckle asking that her state be declared a federal disaster area? After the deadly flooding from Ida's remnants. Daria Aldinger ABC News Homo news 1000 FM, 97 7. Good evening I'm Kelly Blair with the top local stories from the Como 24 7 News Center. We're in the middle of another holiday weekend. Will we see another covid spiked following it? Cuomo's Nick Pompom reports. Doctors are concerned. The last thing doctors want to see is even more people needing to go to the hospital because of the virus, considering most staffed beds are still occupied. The way I've urge you to think about this is this is really like World War. Two people are often war. Dr. Lawrence Neville is the chief medical officer for Peace Health Medical Group. He's hoping that people decide to be selfless this holiday season and stay at home or socially distant from others to try and make this holiday aftermath different from others In this pandemic. We are.
"dr lawrence" Discussed on KOMO
"One for news Common news from Pact football stadiums to those trying to get in one more beach Weekend Labor day, crowds are triggering new fears and already dire. Covid crisis could soon be even worse. Hospitals in states with low VAX rates like Idaho are already struggling in many schools across the country trying to reopen are already running into trouble. In Texas, dozens of districts with more than 40,000 students halting in person classes because of infection. ABC is Trevor Ault. Dr Anthony Fauci says only the fighter Covid vaccine may get the okay for a third booster. By the by in in administrations, September 20th target date. At least 68 deaths now blamed on what was once Hurricane Ida. One of the latest is a 74 year old man in Louisiana who died from excessive heat. The sheriff's office in Polk County, Florida, says a man they described as a survivalist killed four and wounded one person during a firefight with sheriff deputies. He's now hospitalist Daria Aldinger, NBC news Co mo News 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon news. 4 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center. We're in the middle of another holiday weekend. Will we see another covid spike? Following it Come was Nick Poppin reports doctors are concerned. The last thing doctors want to see is even more people needing to go to the hospital because of the virus, considering most staffed beds are still occupied. The way I'd heard you to think about this is this is really like World War. Two people are often war. Dr. Lawrence Neville is the chief medical officer for peace, Health, Medical Group. He's hoping that people decide to be selfless this holiday season and stay at home or socially distant from others to try and make this holiday aftermath different from others In this pandemic..
"dr lawrence" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast
"And the what i want i want to realize is that climate change is not only real but understandable by anymore and that the basic observations don't require supercomputers to understand general the detail features do and that And that we can then once we all agree on what the challenges are with. The risks are and challenges are and what caught the causes. Are we can. Then we can then move to the next stage. Which is a- policy discussion but the the fundamental realities of the signs are not democratic or republican or liberal or conservative. So my hope was that this would not be seen as. Hey i'm trying to throw something down your neck on for as far as republicans are concerned but also equally not saying. Hey the world is gonna end in twelve years as some democrats would have said and so once once you have the basic basic realities then. We can proceed to do policies so my hope. Is that the public that this will help. The public understand the situation and and since for my experience and my observation of history. It seems to me that Not the first say this but the governments don't lead they follow him and And so if we're going to have any realistic and sensible policy the pie that has said some sense come from public Push because politicians on on republicans if they thought their constituents want you know we're really concerned about this and and it was an issue with act. It's not it's not as if they they'll change on a dime because got because politicians wanna be reelected and so anyway. The hope isn't this could be. That's why what we've done is we've sent a copy. My foundation has raised money and sent a copy of the book to every member of congress. with the hope that they'll that this will at least provide some basic understandings and then we can have discussions about central central public policy. You might say look. I understand this risk. But here's the reason why won't wanna take these actions or or here is the impact of of carbon reduction efforts. So here's the impact of of Of of of trying to you know and cold coal usage in production in the united states and and and so If they feel threatened my hope is that that people might be going well. General people aren't threatened their minds are more open to listening and Know i had some friends of mine in mind. Who who who basically didn't want to be preached at either but what they should do and and and one of them is A friend of mine tend gelatinous magician and and and until her and And he he said this was. The book was waiting for it because it basically gave him the information he needed to make his own mind. Oh no exactly i. I'm glad you. I'm glad i asked a question. And you gave the answer You know there's just so much rhetoric on either side this is again the the basic physics of understanding how this is occurring And again some of the ripple or again a tipping point or feedback loop affects So i i think if we could if we could move away from the rhetoric and get down to just. This is the science. And how do we dress or remediate. The effect We'd be better off in more productive so with that a doctor krause..
"dr lawrence" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast
"In a way. That's incredibly dramatic. And it's going. It has the potential unless we do something to To displace tens of millions of people as well as as well as removed their primary means of food production. Now the make on delta is in microcosm what can happen in many other places because it's so it's almost on the tipping point now because it's it's it's almost underwater now. It's very sensitive to changes in the future but there are many other places you're bangladesh other places around. The world has been estimated now. A recent analysis of of land of Heights has pointed out that earlier analysis based on actually actually information for the space shuttle was wrong and and about one hundred eighty million people around the world live on less than one meter above sea level. And that's you know that's a huge number of people are going to be impacted. Okay thank you. We do my last question for you is. What's what's your hope your expectation for this book. i'm sure you're well aware of the dysfunction here in dc You probably read recently a finally now in twenty twenty one republican house member from provo. Utah. 'cause they're experiencing drought There was just a piece of new york times. For example on the great salt lake john curtis from provo has started a climate change caucus for the republicans in the house however Senator ron johnson was recently outed for referring to Climate change is quote unquote b. s. Although he tried to walk back that comment So we're still in this situation. Where largely one party of two is is in denial. But what's your hope is expectation for this work relative to policy reform. Well the key point. And i made this. This is a conscious decision. My book does not discuss climate change policy. Exactly yes my feeling is my feeling. Is that part of the problem. Is that that people are the writing particular. Assume that they don't want to be told what to do and they soon. This is some some kluge to hidden in is an effort to wanna do government regulation and all the things you know. The republicans don't seem like so it's a so it's it's kind of a trojan horse but the point is that we can all have disagreement policy but we can have disagreements about facts or we shouldn't and so what i wanted to do was to provide the first step and say look. I'm not saying we should do.
"dr lawrence" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"For for non minoa including the doctor who cured lance armstrong. Dr lawrence einhorn brought them together. I paid them may. Why wow. I are leaving no stone unturned so if things go south again call me back. I have other ideas but keep going. Sorry so i. I went on this journey. Where i was like you know and here talk about talk about like a chain of events years ago when i first started Speaking in doing things at night by publicly one of the things that i used to always say. When i would talk about the journey that i was on his that god forbid anyone of my family members ever got sick again. I was going to do whatever i had to do to put myself in a financial position to get the best doctor in the room. Right because spirit. Some of that with my dad there were some malpractice things that occurred with my dad that yes it. Yes and that's the finding. Yeah that's what got me motivated financially. It was never motivated financially. Before that i was an artist where we can starve. And we're good. Yeah so that's beyond his no on resources. I'm building resources. I'm building that. Yeah that catapulted neither so so now here i am. I'm vetting the world's top doctors for my husband's particular situation and we are paying them to debate. You have to pay them thousands of dollars just for their opinions some of them and and so that we could choose who we felt was the best doctor for his case at this point. So that'll give you without me giving you all the details without telling me having to tell you their bedside manner and the things they said to me about being a mom of three and a half year old. I don't need to get into those details. Use your imagination. You can guess what they said I it sent me on this. It catapulted me into this faith journey. Where my capacity was no longer enough. Do it yourself was not gonna work right. Couldn't you know your cancer with with thoughts and prayers. No no and i couldn't even i have a capacity. I have a high tolerance. I'm able to a. That's one of the things my a good friend of mine danika says about me. She's like you have stamina. She always reminds me happened. It's right it's a simple thing but she'll remind me sometimes like you've got the stamina for this but for this particular season at this particular time. That's very sensitive. I don't and so the only thing that's carrying me right now is is the holy spirit and i go from being a lukewarm christian in a sense of You know yeah. I believe in god in jesus and i believe in love and whatever now i'm like he is showing me. It made things i'm just. I'm just putting my body in places. And he's taking the reins and you know. I mean here's something crazy. That happened the other day. I know this might be a super long tangent for you. But i have of the show tight on superintendent my friends so see. Do you believe in signs jeff. Yes yes so. I've had a lot..
"dr lawrence" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Address the root causes Virginia teacher Channel across is suing Wilden counting public school systems for his suspension. I'm a teacher, but I serve God First night will not affirm that a biological boy could be a girl and vice versa, because it's against my religion. In one hour, Dr Lawrence Ellen will join us about China. Inside the wire. Is Maryland now finally getting back to normal. Encouraging signs there, but top story here today. Is Dr Anthony Froggy. It is now the emails, which, by the way was this was the emails were given out under a four year request heavily redacted by the way, and I'm wondering what's up with that. The only reason why They would read Act emails if there is a national security at risk, or if there is a law enforcement investigation underway. Hmm. What could that mean? I know Tucker Carlson hinted last night that maybe dr fraud. She is under criminal investigation. So here's what we now know. Fauci basically fiddled while the child com virus were spreading like wildfire. Now, the good thing that he told President Trump Wall Street Journal speculating about this today is hey knew how bad it Woz. He knew how bad it was coming out of China. And so he urged a reluctant president Trump too close China. The closed down the travel from China. That's what the Wall Street Journal is reporting. I would have to Get President Trump's take on that, but other things. We're learning that found she knew the masks didn't work. And yet, said things differently in public. We knew that he believed or his some of his underlings believed that the virus was engineered. And yet he continues to defend himself saying Well, the data and the science is always changing. It's always involving a new Americans here too stupid to really know what I know. Because I'm the highest paid federal employees and I'm a doctor. I'm a scientist. So there So this this was found she I know right now. Rand. Paul. It's just tweeted out. Yes, they told you so. We're told you or something like that. And he thinks felt he should be fired. I think we should go one step further. I think there should be a criminal investigation into Fauci. His behavior's his underlings. Dr. Peter Dad, Jack. We'll get doctor someone's thoughts on this coming up in just a second congressman Jim Jordan. He's beside himself. He wants answers. I hope that she comes back in front of the select Committee on Corona virus so we could ask him some pointed questions about what he knew when this whole thing started. Yes, so we could like in So he could under oath basically twists the truth. Don't think with all due respect the culture Jordan I love the guy. They don't get the answers. These guys dodge and shuck and jive and perjured themselves with without any consequence. Dr Francis Collins. And then I h was on with Martha MacCallum yesterday, a surprising tough interview from McCallum. And he he once again dismissed the email thing is just a bunch of conspiracy cookie. Crazy talk. I never thought Martha that a email on Lee reported by the subject line would become a topic for Fox News afternoon programming. But here we are. Let me try to clarify There were a lot of conspiracy theories and other ideas floating around at that point, you know what the subject line in an e mail was gain of function. After Collins and found she all the night They all deny that there was no direct payment for gain of function. Research in that tri calm, military run bioweapons warfare lab. They denied it. Yet there was money sent there They did. They then later admitted it Now, of course, they're trying to treat any of us that are serious about this is a bunch of kooks and conspiracy. That's the truth will out 6 13 traffic and weather on the threes Once again with the update. We've got the king of all traffic truck. The body Whitaker. Good morning truck. Good morning. It's already nutty This morning with the light rain in the area just came up on this wreck South found 8 95. After you pay the toll, it's at the ramp. That is that Shell Road, Frank First Avenue. The guy spun out these in the right lane. So it's a single lane getting by to the left the ramp onto Shell Road, Frank First Avenue is open. But there's a delay coming out of the toll plaza again. That's self bound on the old Harvard Tunnel through way there is an accident. I think this vehicle ran off the road way North bound. I 97 Had been feel Boulevard Medic just pulled up there. So if incoming North bound from the area of Route three route 32 you want to stay to the center and the left the roadway conditions just a bit wet with the light rain through the area tree down the river County at long, Green Pike at long Green Road I'm Chuck would occur with traffic and weather on the threes. I'll talk radio 6 80 doubled. You see bm wcbm other Channel forecast. We get some shower activity like Joey's early this morning. Maybe some storms later on for Off.
"dr lawrence" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Magic spell is here in the countdown, Dr Lawrence Arcade, 33. Broken heart is all that's left. I'm still fixing the cracks lost a couple of pieces when a KT carried carried it home. Oh, I am mind feels right before inland, shy, injuring inside my head. Please carry me. Carry me home. Aspen Way. Small time. Mine a big Okay, forget everything to losing game. Home. Any pennies in this love Giving us book didn't take a love Sonny in for it becomes still I can't carry it up, Harry. Oh, I don't need your games games over. Give me this wrong calls. Oh, then you is a losing game. Arcade, Ducky Lawrence at 33. Justin Bieber knows firsthand how difficult life can be as a young person thrust in the spotlight, so he tries to serve his mentor to the next generation of artists. He first met Billy, I'll ish Backstage at Coachella, and it's a lifelong fan. She felt totally overwhelmed..
"dr lawrence" Discussed on WJR 760
"Review their work at motor City floors and coating. Stop calm motor city floors and coding so calm Now tell you J R Healthwatch Here's decade. Dinner With spring comes allergy season group about 50% of the population thinks they have allergies. But studies have been done for allergies about 20% actually of to our fees. That's more than 60. Million Americans Springtime the trees and the grass is release their pollen in the fall. The weed And especially ragweed released this fallen allergy specialist, Dr Lawrence Pasic and West Bloomfield says that's not all and then they're the in fact singing. Inspect these flash on it cause allergic reactions during the spring and summer and fall over the counter medicines don't work for the watery eyes, runny nose, coughing and sneezing. Many turned to allergy shots, which are like vaccinations that build immunity when they say, uncle when I can't take it anymore with everything I've tried. That's the time for allergy shots, and they do help tablets put under the tongue are now replacing some of the shots. Doctor, Pasic says. Don't blame pretty flowers for allergies, grasses. It's the old Freeze. L'm freeze Papal free bird screams. That was the allergy, Not any of the flower. Any street the true allergies of plants that do not have pretty flowers. Get more information at allergy and asthma. Pc dot com To keep your enjoyment of spring from being interrupted. I'm decay thinner for WJR Health Watch. Colorectal cancer doesn't stop for covert 19..
"dr lawrence" Discussed on WJR 760
"Wjr Healthwatch. Here's Decatur. We all love spring and summer, but we don't love this allergies. Mostly we're talking about allergies to the pollen. Dr Lawrence Pasic for more than 40 years, an allergist in West Bloomfield itchy eyes, watery eyes. Poland eyes leaving nasal congestion and those gets locked up and you can freeze is well, never post nasal drip mucus stripping down and you can have crossing. The allergies can also affect the lung, causing asthma went over the counter medicines don't work specialists like Doctor Pasic can prescribe better medicines, inhalers and shots that build immunity, and there are new advances in treatment, the introduced instead of the allergy shot. Tablets that you put on the You're fun to build up your immunity. This is available now for grasping ragweed and productive. We don't have it for the trees. We don't have it for the other allergies yet, but they're coming. Many confused energy symptoms with coronavirus that they have a loss of face is felt so they have nausea. Crossing nonstop allergies, not for his fever. But some of the medications that are using reading overheads are also used in treating asthma. More information has found an allergy and asthma PC doctor Pasic says about 20% of the U. S population more than 60. Million people have allergies. That's nothing to sneeze at for wjr Healthwatch, I'm decay thinner. 7 60 WJR where Detroit comes to talk. Here's today's guest host Chris, Alberta. In case you missed it yesterday, somewhere around 11:30 A.m.. The governor took the microphone that up with the Dow center and We? We saw some elements of of leaving the dictatorship and returning to a bit of democracy at the June one in July one, respectively, being dates that everyone can unmask and the capacity limits will go away. So we want to hear from you texting us at 808 590957. What do you most excited about in terms of going back to normal life, So to speak, and certainly the text about any of the topics of today would be fantastic. We'll bring in Nick. Maybe Maria. We'll have some fun with that. But on a more serious note, there is reasons to be afraid. May just like an ache that you ignore for years and years and only uncover later, a slow growing cancer that now maybe has advanced to a very dangerous stage. We are once again, starting to feel the subtle ache. Of extraordinary inflation seeping into our lives. It's really been quite a while since the last battle, it was 1996 the last time we saw consumer price inflation go up this much. 4.2% just in the last 12 months. No, I mean we're not in 19 seventies territorial, with log lines at gas stations and energy shortages. A lot of the same telltale signs of that nagging Jake should not be ignored. Hell conceived pandemic shutdowns in so many manufacturing industries have created supply, train droughts and the demand for some things has increased simultaneously. Prices are up. Wages are not Even well intentioned policies like Trump's massive terrorist on Canadian softwood that was implemented to bolster the reliance in the probability of our own timber supply here in the U. S. That's only exacerbated the problem. Combined with sawmills that were that were employees less and then running at half staff, lumber shortages, creating big price increases for home builders and do it yourselfers. Looks standard inflation historically is 2%. And at 2%. It takes nearly 37 years for prices to actually double. Briggs for peanut butter for gasoline for a new sofa for the things you might by taking a vacation. At the 4.2% we saw last year would only take 17 years. If it climbs into that dreaded 6% annual range in just 12 years. We literally be shelling out twice as much for fuel twice as much for groceries, clothes technology services. How many folks out there are confident that their income will double in 12 years. Many of you listening or retired. Is your Social Security gonna double It might be insolvent by then. The sad part about this whole thing is that inflation is a choice. Biden should be well aware of this. He started his political career in the same 19 seventies that literally halted expansion for the middle class workers despite productivity being at all time highs. Spending trillions with a slash of a pen. The way that past presidents spent billions. Don't forget now. Okay Trillion is 1000 times multiplier of a billion This is monopoly money. Fool's gold. It's worse than ever because it's not even real. It's just printed. Either. He just authorized trillions in new spending on top of the five trillion discretionary Left $89 Trillion a year when we only have 3.5 trillion in federal tax revenue, the United States was a person asking the bank for a loan with that kind of balance sheet. They couldn't borrow enough money to buy a pickle slice for a burger. That's insane. Taxes have to go up. And this folks, This could be the most bitter lesson of her lifetime. But for now, we're being told to ignore the ache. Keep spending here some stimulus money to go blowing Amazon trinkets and a vacation you'll forget about six months later, 20 years from now, when that calls for universal basic income, trying to vilify conservatives for creating an even bigger gap in income between the middle class and the poor. You can remember this time. It wasn't a lack of employment. The dead list. It wasn't certainly wasn't a lack of motivation. That was the culprit for the lack of retirement savings and inability to save its the inflationary reaction of horrible policies, fantastical ideals that forced these folks to use every single penny just on necessities. Milk bread eggs. Broke. It was the fact that a fantasy of utopian desires like climate saving energy bills and free preschool programs and student loan forgiveness and everything else that buys votes..
"dr lawrence" Discussed on WJR 760
"That, you know. Should be oversight. There should be oversight of somebody's because we know what's going to happen if it doesn't have a tent next year House If you didn't have some of that, that I just moved to California. What's the difference? You know? Listen, you know what this is why it's so important to hire companies that have a track record of taking care of people and attract where are taking care of many people. OK, so a company that does let's say 100 roofs in a day. Are you asking me in a week? That'd be pretty are A month had between hundreds in a month. You know that they had their whole system down pact from the minute to call happens to the minute that with goes out of state procedure Protocol practice? Yep. It's a science for them. That's why you gotta hire a pro, A pro like Kearns Brothers. Mm. Now tell you, J R healthwatch. Here's decay thinner with spring comes allergy season about 50% of the population thinks they have allergies. But studies have been done for allergies about 20% actually, of two allergies. That's more than 60 million Americans spring time. Trees, and the grass is release their pollen in the fall. The weed and especially ragweed releases its pollen allergy specialist Dr Lawrence Pasic in West Bloomfield says that's not all and then they're the in fact singing inspect these last one. It cause allergic reactions during the spring and summer and fall when over the counter medicines don't work for the watery eyes, runny nose, coughing and sneezing. Many turned to allergy shots, which are like vaccinations that build immunity when they say, uncle when I can't take it anymore with everything I've tried. That's the time for allergy shots, and they do help tablets put under the tongue are now replacing some of the shots. Doctor, Pasic says. Don't blame pretty flowers for allergies, brasses. It's the old freeze. L'm freeze papal free bird streams that put the allergy, not any of the flower. Any street true allergies of plants that do not have pretty flowers. Get more information at allergy and asthma. Pc dot com To keep your enjoyment of spring from being interrupted. I'm decay.
Trevor Lawrence Reaffirms His Dedication to Football
"Controversy that broke out this week. I mean, the kind of stuff that when you really think about it could affect opinions. Apparently, Trevor Laurence doesn't have it ship on his shoulder. Now, um, let's think about the absurdity of this for just a moment, Miss all came from a Sports Illustrated article. In which basically I guess if you really wanted to read into it, which A lot of you sure did. Kind of thought that this questioned the overall passion. For Trevor, Laurence and football and I quote It's not like I need this for my life to be okay. I want to do it because I want to be the best I can be. I want to maximize my potential. Who wouldn't want to You kind of wasted if you know. He added. Whenever asked about Maintaining a healthy attitude without finding extra motivation in every actual or perceived slider. Disrespect. Dr Lawrence said. Hard to explain that because I want people to know that I'm a passionate guy and I'm passionate about what I do, and it's really important to me. But Don't have this huge chip on my shoulder. Don't have this huge and ship that everyone's out to get me and I'm not trying to prove everybody wrong. I just don't have that I can't manufacture that. I don't want to. I think that's unhealthy. To a certain extent. Just always thinking that you've got to prove somebody wrong. You've got to doom or you've got to be better. By the way, when I first read that I kind of thought that's a shot of Baker Mayfield. I'm just being honest. That's the first thing that came to mind because what is my man? What a six always have in Cleveland. He got chip on his shoulder. And it might even be manufactured, but he is always He is always going to play up the fact that he's being disrespected
"dr lawrence" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"88 80 proof we've got we had the pleasure. Having one of our favorite realtors on the show with us Today it is Cindy Hayden. Cindy is is the president of the Penelas Realtor organization, otherwise known as pro on absolute expert in all real estate in the central Florida, especially the beaches. Cindy's coming on to talk to us about the what's going on in the current real estate environment with this influx of people from all over the country. How are you doing, Sandy? I'm doing great. Let me just correct one thing. I'm never officially moved to pass President. So Glenn Richardson is our new president. And but I'm still you know, active on the board and active in all three levels of the Realtor Association. Um And you know, last week I'm actually in the National Association of Realtors Leadership Academy. And so we actually had a briefing from Dr Lawrence Yun on kind of what's going on, even in the nation with real estate. And so I thought, just based on this being the inaugural day and you know a lot of my friends and people are asking me What can we expect? Right? And so it was interesting. It was interesting just to look at that home Prices went up nationally like 4.9% and 2019. And then we saw 6% increase this year. On. They're still predicting another 3% for next year. So what they're saying is We had a 32% increase in existing home sales up over the year before and they're expecting 9% this year, So I think what we're seeing is two things. One is That we're still having a huge supply issue Nationally, there are a little over two months supply locally. We're looking at in most cases like less than a month and a half supply and so you know, supply and demand right. People are gonna pay more. And then, as you know, Frank interest rates are In 2019. On average. They were like 3.9. The average for 2020 was 3%, and he's optimistic that we'll stay around 3.1% going into 2021. So if those dynamics hold, um they had one really crazy fact that you were talking about counties in vacation and resort areas. Their sales were up 25%. So people want to be in a place where you breathing fresh air. You're all that kind of stuff that resort living, especially with this pandemic for a year, So we're really seeing the benefit in this area of not only all the normal stuff, but people wanting to come here. I mean, I would think I would think your rates will have to go up towards the end of the year and absolute rates going up housing prices go down a little bit. So I'm not saying we're gonna down maybe plateau a little bit, but we can't Reach can't get any lower than whether.
"dr lawrence" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Stores. They don't know anything about it when they're getting it, how they getting it Call my doctor's office and I'm poor. On a lift. They have no idea yet the information out there, it's less than nothing. The supply is too low the demand to high, says NASA County Health Commissioner Dr Lawrence Eisenstein, he says keep checking for appointments on the state's website. They could pop up at any time. Sofia Hole for CBS News NEW YORK More encouraging and news on the cancer front details from CBS's Jim Cassella researchers are reporting another record one year drop. The U. S. Cancer death rate. The decline is being attributed to success against lung cancer, mainly because fewer Americans they're smoking. The nation's overall cancer death rate has been falling since 1991 and the drop in cancer deaths has been accelerated by improvements in surgical procedures, more precise use of radiation. As well as the impact of Newark medicines director and a Rose King has lost her battle with lung cancer. She was 35, her family announcing she died January 3rd at a New York City hospital, Massachusetts raised filmmaker directed a total of seven films and following her diagnosis with cancer established a research fund at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, where donations can be made in her honor. 308 we head off the Wall Street and Rhodey is at Bloomberg. The SP 500 was flirting with the negative world, but it's righted it ship a little bit now. A little bit, I'd say we're still flirting with negative. Wall Street is broadly higher, though, with more stock's going up and down, But indexes have been kind of muted. For most of the day is the market tries to balance hope for more aggressive covert vaccination with course economic uncertainty at the moment, the Dow It's pretty good. It's gaining 70. NASDAQ Up 26 S and P 500 up Not quite two. When times get tough might be a good idea of arrivals to work together, Least that's what American Airlines and JetBlue Airways air, saying two carriers will begin introducing key elements of a strategic alliance this quarter following a review by the Transportation Department. Both airlines expect the alliance will accelerate each carrier's recovery from the pandemic, as customers, especially in Boston and New York, are attracted to the expansion of options and enhanced service. And you rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's news.
"dr lawrence" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Through for us. I have to tell you and see if he doesn't come through. Won't like it. But as much with Democrats controlling the House, it's virtually impossible for Mike Pence, or Republicans to throw out certified electoral votes for Joe Biden. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington More than 353,000 coded deaths total in the U. S so far with new warnings that as many as 150,000 more could die before March, 1st. NBC's Matt Gutman in Los Angeles. Across the nation, a record number of Americans hospitalized more than 125,000 and 50,000 deaths in the last three weeks, Much of the spike attributed to Thanksgiving travel Yet 17 million Americans traveled over the Christmas and New Year's holidays. Once the D A makes the decision on whether to charge police officers in connection with the shooting and wounding of a black man, Jacob Blake, they'll declare an emergency, says the Kenosha, Wisconsin City Council. During protests could turn violence. There were protests tonight in Kenosha Governor Tony Evers. Is Mom mobilized. 500, Wisconsin National Guard You're listening to ABC News. To be going on Bob Williams, Our top story. Peace Health Southwest Medical Center is getting an outbreak of covert 19 under control. 11 90 k E X is Brad Ford reports 19 patients and 11 Healthcare workers got the virus. It started with a hospital patient who tested negative but then turned positive, probably getting the virus through community transmission. Medical officer Dr Lawrence Nevel says it appears the outbreak has stopped. We have had no new identified cases, will says health care workers are meticulous with personal protective equipment, so they're invest. Getting how the virus moved. How it spread from that one patient being affected to the other 18 patients. They have closed the unit, and when it reopens, they'll add the use of ultraviolet light. To increase this infection. A group of parents and teachers are telling Portland public schools. They shouldn't be in a rush to return students to the classroom. They planted 500 red flags in front of the school district's administration building. Symbolized the educators and students who have died from covert 19 teacher Amy Fox tells K. Two more caution is needed. Maybe we change the metrics for what they're supposed to learn this year. But in soldiers of vaccine and also proper little volition in the buildings. I mean, that's really highlights how older buildings are. Fox says It's not worth the risk to students, their families and teachers by returning to the classroom too soon. Portland public schools has not decided when they will reopen. If you haven't seen zoo lights, yet you still have time. The drive through the winter wonderland of 1.5.
"dr lawrence" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Business story breaks even if doesn't There's always ever changing ways that you could look at the business of sports and Brick is great at it, so try and punch him up about every three weeks or so. Breath hangs on. If there is a more pressing need to get him on. We'll get him on there even more often. He almost always said yes, and always good when we get Ricardo up if you want to follow up on any of Rex points, do so on my phone lines and get him re opened here. 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 we and jump back into the NFL, which 17. I will give me my picks. I got four games, said I feel relatively strong about Unfortunately, only went one on one today and then losing at North Carolina game. Can't believe they give up two touchdowns in the last three minutes tonight. Get to cover. Shame on them didn't get the win, either, Um, but had gotten three in a row. Prior to that. Get your three out of four tomorrow. That's my Jodie Mack. Prediction on my productions. Well, I run the table and get off or probably not. Hope I do. That's the plan when I give it to you my believing that I'm gonna get off, all right? But if you want me to predict my predictions outcome Now get three out of four, which should be enough for you to end up on the long end of your wagering this weekend. Any of the games you want to talk about the upcoming playoff game between Alabama and Ohio State? I know we got more than a week to get to it. And surely we'll talk about it next weekend, too. But you want to talk about yesterday's game what Justin Fields did in getting Ohio State. Asked Clemson and putting the foolish critics of fields in their place After the unbelievable gamey ad. We didn't take any calls on that or the Heisman Trophy. Both Mack Jones and, uh, they want to Smith made their cases for the Heisman. I had someone on within the last week. I don't even remember what was who said they thought travel warrants had a chance to win the Heisman. He missed the two games during the regular season, including one of their losses against no day. Some people think that actually raises his Heisman possibilities. I thought it lets in them. It's unfortunate is not gonna win a Heisman is gonna be one of the best quarterbacks. Come to college football for three years. He's not staying off war. And he's not going to get a trophy the same way too. I didn't get a trophy. I just don't think it's going to get 100 to Ohio State guys is going to get it. Agree and disagree. Get on my phone lines 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 Lazy from South Carolina Been patient left Europe on CBS Sports Radio. Help you do your Allah wishes Happy New Year to you. And Jodie Mack of Listen to your show for quite some time, and you are the god of sports. I'm glad I have a fan down there in South Carolina. Appreciate that. Well, that's why I was curious about is how much does AH loss affect the voting as far as the Heisman Trophy winners go? Or how much does a, uh I don't know. How is does a bad beat down. Faked husband Probie Warner's. Here's to my knowledge on I'll get tea of Jimmy G can look this up, but I'm pretty sure about it. I just want to double check and confirm. I think all the Heisman ballots have already been cast. I think they needed to be in like either middle of this week or last weekend. They're not revealing the Heisman Trophy winner until this upcoming week, the week between the semifinals and the college football playoff. I actually got to keep their Heisman Trophy vote later this year because of the pandemic than they usually do, But I still believe it was before the semi finals. So, uh, trouble Lawrence's performance or anyone's performance in semi finals. Could have no influence on their Heisman Trophy standings. Okay, Well, thank you, sir. For your information, and I hope you have Ah, very happy New Year. You got it, And you do exactly the same. I'm guessing a South Carolina guy like Leslie. He's wondering because travel Lawrence and I am sorry that I kind of almost preempted his question by stating I don't think Dr Lawrence is gonna win the Heisman and I actually Kind of feel bad that and it's the same thing to it went through a tunnel below. I couldn't believe that tour didn't win a Heisman Trophy. Hey, got hurt last year, which cost him a major possibility. Um, I actually thought he should have gotten it over Kyla Murray when Kyla Murray got it. Have the career that too had at Alabama and not win a Heisman and now for tribal Lawrence have the career that he had a Clemson and not win the Heisman. It just doesn't seem to add up. It seems to be wrong, but that's my take market. Milwaukee's up next here on CBS Sports Radio, your mark You're already before I go any further happy and healthy New year to you and your family and You are great things for other Florida Scary nights Sunday mornings. Thanks for taking my call and a little side on happy New Year to Leslie and Fort Lee, New Jersey as well, said Leslie from South Carolina. Usually I get a lead leaves from portly Right. A couple things I want to discuss like, and you have a minute number one, um Ohio State. Um I was, um Badra fan, So I'm a big fan. And I think the job right and day has done is remarkable. You know, the You know the transition the after you know, urban left. I know he's got weapons. Um, I think you said you thought one of the two Ohio stake as a win the Heisman e thinking about one of the two Alabama guys. Yes. Oh, yeah. My bad. Sorry if I settle, huh? Hey, look, that's the worst thing. Yes. Justin Fields, but I'll tell you what a zippy anchor fiend anybody in an Ohio State front, you know, defense front for middle linebackers. I'd love to see you must be actors. Next year. Um, how do you How do you like Krystle lobby in the prose was a little smaller. I think you'll be a good wide receiver superstar. I don't know Devante Smith is going to be a superstar. Uh, your Mark Chase, who sat out this year from L. A. Hugh is going to be a superstar. I don't think there's another Superstar wide receiver in the draft, But there's a whole bunch good wide receivers and the lobby is one of them. Well last year, you know, um, the next thing I want to talk about a little pro football. A number one big game to mile Piak repairs. You know any pack up your game is a huge game. This one. I think there's far more on the line for the Packers. I think home field, you know. Really important to them. I know the boxy very lost really hurts. But, you know, the Bears can lose that game and still get the playoffs s o. I don't You know, I don't think there's much writing on them. Yeah, but here is the problem with that. Um You have to believe that the Rams they're going to be able to win the game with their quarterback who hasn't taken a snap in the National Football League yet, and last time he played competitively and I don't consider preceding games, But competitively was the A F. The Alliance of American Football so that that's what it's going to take for the Bears to be able to lose and still backdoor their way into the playoffs, and I don't think that's happening. No, I know that's not what they want to do. Um, a couple other things real quick. Number one, you know, uh, mantle of floors. He wins tomorrow's 1 26 games regular season games in two years. You know, I don't think he gets a lot of respect is pretty incredible. Um I'm concerned, you know about them being able to have enough money to re sign here and Jones. I'm glad that other thing is, you know, you have to Wouldn't crews took over the GM. Yeah, I questioned some of their dress. Uh, certainly, you know, Jordan love but even a year ago or shine, Kerry It didn't do much for 40 years, and now you seem to be coming along quite well. Darnell Sheppard dial Savage. I should say In the second, they created up four spots and give up to fourth round picks to do it. I don't know why. You know they could have got it in the 2nd and 3rd round. Maybe not. He's handing out Elgin Jenkins in the second round of guard, guys and all pro. Um, you know, Robert Tiny. You got some of these guys? That, you know, he has hit in. Done. Well, you know, the Jordan love one is the one that perplexes everybody. Hey, I'm not gonna I'm not gonna question with.
A new study suggests 20 percent of Mass. adults will have ‘severe obesity’ by 2030
"Americans are losing the battle with obesity A. P.'s Shelley Adler reports a new study says nearly half of the nation's adults will be obese within a decade and one quarter will be severely so the findings published in the New England journal of medicine was led by scientists at Harvard and George Washington university's Dr Lawrence apple who was not involved in the study is a professor of medicine and nutrition researcher at Johns Hopkins this is very alarming statistic we already are you dealing with and tremendous challenge with the current population which is so many of whom are obese it's only gonna get worse obesity raises the risk of heart disease stroke diabetes cancer and other health problems apple says prevention is the key people to realize is that even though the statistics pertain to adults the genesis of the of the city epidemic starts very