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"dr lee savio beers" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Health experts to say could reopen schools are either of you concerned about bullying based on vaccination status or mask wearing. That's something that came up in the survey. You know, I think it's really important that we recognize that all of our schools need to be welcoming places for all students and educators are working hard to make sure that as we come back from the pandemic Schools are not only safe physically but also emotionally safe, and that includes ensuring that all students feel comfortable wearing masks or if they're vaccinated or not vaccinated, feeling comfortable in that school community schools, our communities, families notice all the parents on this call. No, it's more than a place where you learn how to read and do math. It's a community. It's like a second family. So we have to make sure that our schools are well welcoming for all students, especially after this pandemic, where we've seen a lot of division. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona. He's also joined by Dr Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The moderator is Kate Snow of NBC News. This is a virtual discussion on back to school to town Hall hosted by the National P T a doctor Lewinsky You and I spoke earlier today, much earlier today and you were mentioning Like 7 30 in the morning this morning, she's up already and looking like this, Uh, you were mentioning, though, the you know, modeling behavior is important. Right? Tell me that again you're talking about the way parents behave is important. Absolutely. I think we set that example for our Children. So let's come to the together at the table. Let's understand and have a dialogue and let's understand where our differences are. But most importantly, where were you have things in common? I think we can all agree that we want our Children to be. Safe. We all in our communities to be safe, and we want schools to be a safe place to end and educational, um, plays a socially safe place for them. So let's find the places that we agree and then have an open dialogue about how we get there. Secretary Cardona one last question about the physical schools. You know, A lot of our schools are aging. I know the administration is making a push for infrastructure. I wonder whether you think most schools are you know, in terms of the H back and her The air conditioning, the heating, you know our things up to speed now, or can we feel confident that most schools are covid safe? I'm glad you brought that up because I think it really speaks to the fact that over this past year, a lot of attention was given to air quality and air flow in schools and ensuring that our systems are working up to up to code. And a lot of funds went towards that the American rescue plan funds were available, and part of it is making sure that our buildings already I visited schools where they upgraded their system or they fix their system. It seems like in many systems across the country, where in just repair, But thankfully, funds were there, and districts have worked on that. So I do feel confident that attention was placed there. And while we have old buildings, a lot of attention was given to the air quality of these buildings over the last six months. Final thoughts from both of you, Dr Wolinski. What gives? You hope right now, Um, Children always give me help because I think that as there as our future generation, I am learning so much from my own Children. I'm learning behaviors that they model for me. And so I think as our future generation, they want to be back in school. They want to be safe. Um, They wanted to have a wonderful school here in a wonderful learning environment, and I think we can look to them to unify and to send the kids Messages to have just a great year ahead. So I am really hopeful for the academic year of 21 22. I will have a graduate that year. In fact, I will have to. And so I'm really hopeful for the year ahead. There's the second is from college. Right? Do you have Secretary Cardona? Do you want the last word here? And what makes you hopeful the 50 million students that are entering our schools? This week and next week and knowing that there's a year full of promise of positive relationships of learning of growth, and I want the same for every child across the country that I expect for my own Children, and we're going to work really hard at the Department of Education to make sure that not only do we reopen our schools, but that our Children have an opportunity to thrive. That's our job. Secretary Cardona Thank you so much, Doctor Wolinski. Thank you guys on a very busy day for making some time for all the parents appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Well, um, for our next segment, this is the one that I told you about called keeping kids safe in schools. I want to welcome now. Dr Lee Savio Beers. She's president of the American Academy of Pediatrics. You all know that group that's all. You know, the sort of body that governs all of our pediatricians and Francis Frost is with us as well. She serves on the national PT Abortions, chair of the Family engagement Committee. Welcome to both of you. Thank you for having us. It's really, really great to be here today with everyone, Absolutely. Doctor beers. I'll start with you. We've heard from parents and all these concerns that we laid out Specifically, concerns around the vaccine still exist. There are some who think that it's too soon the How can I trust a vaccine? We don't know. As 11 woman I heard say in one of the sessions this summer that the P T a held a woman said, What about five years down the line if I find out their side effects for my child? So there's can you help us understand from pediatricians. Point of view why we should trust the science on these vaccines? Yeah, absolutely. I'm really happy to and I think the first thing I want to say is, it is normal and okay to have questions as a parent. That's our job is assurances to is to make sure that we understand the.
"dr lee savio beers" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Twenty years finally at an end it was time to end this war that might be over but the pandemic is not kids are heading back to school. Covert cases among them are taking up and vaccines are still not quite ready for them. President of the american academy of pediatrics. Dr lee savio beers number was just a disease for dos. But now we're seeing so many cases that that we really are seeing the impact on children. And i don't know about you but we're still working from home. Ceo's are pushing back the return to office but overall it's not all bad news in the c. suite share and ceo of kpmg. paul canal. There is a great degree of resilience. And i think we're feeling really good about how the vaccines are responding to the virus. Very optimistic about the future. It's wednesday september. First twenty twenty. One squawk thought begins right now. Becky by in three to one place. Good morning. welcome to squawk box here on cnbc. I'm becky quick. Along with joe kernan. Andrew is on vacation today. Let's september i. You know that what that means that we've just finished this month so we should take a look at how the markets actually performed for the month of august. If you were watching you saw that the dow gained one point two percent that would be at six positive month in the last seven. The snp was up by two point. Nine percent logging seven straight months of gains and then the nasdaq was up. Four percent for the month russell two thousand small cap index. It outperformed yesterday but for the month that was up by two point. One percent and despite a decline of one point one percent in yesterday session. The dow transports finished the month higher by one point. Four percent now. The transports are still more than nine percent from their all time high. But if you look at the financials they were the best performers. In august up by five percent energy stocks were the worst performers and the only sector declined for the month as well..
"dr lee savio beers" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Unruly passengers need to be reminded that they could face federal charges. It's a federal offense to interfere with the flight crew member Or attack of like, Remember, you've faced punishment in federal court and possibly imprisonment. This comes after a Southwest flight attendant was assaulted by a passenger on a flight to San Diego this past weekend that flight attendant lost two teeth, but it's said to be recovering. There've been more than 2500 reported cases of unruly airline passengers this year. Meanwhile, kids two years and older who have not been fully vaccinated, should they be still wearing masks. That's the updated covert guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics released on Wednesday. It explains masks should be worn at school camp, childcare programs and other events. The academy's president, argued vaccines are effective. But staying vigilant is also important. Dr Lee's Savio Beers added. It's smart to be cautious and careful since kids younger than 12 aren't eligible for the vaccine. I'm Brian Shook US consumer prices are surging, Susan Lee reports Washington Stimulus has been great for stock markets, but tough on consumers, touching budgets and wallets and consumer prices. We saw that last month where the fastest rate in 12 years the CEO of the world's biggest bank, Jamie Diamond, says that Americans should brace for even much higher prices. Thanks to D. C money printing as all that spending It takes place. But, yes, it will raise inflation. I think there's nothing wrong with 1.6%. You know, I would expect it to go because she'll be higher than that. You already see much more expensive prices used cars went by the most is 1953 Last month, bacon prices were up 16% and, yes, meat lovers are shelling out more money. Everything is as every Lego land was not awesome enough. The new expansion to the park definitely will be. Lego.
Health Care Challenges for Transgender Youth
"Doctors from treating transgender youth with puberty, blockers, testosterone arrest region and surgery to assist their transitions. As part of a new culture war. Similar bills have been introduced and at least 20 other states. In some cases, doctors could go to jail. Many physicians and therapists are appalled. Like Erica Anderson Ah, highly respected gender psychologist at the University of California, San Francisco, who's transgender herself. It's a very ominous development. It's a bad sign. Have you ever seen anything like that before in your lifetime? No. No. And it zero overreach on the part of such legislatures. Clearly, they are demonstrating their ignorance. And prejudice. At least six major medical associations have weighed in against these bills, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, of which Dr Lee Savio Beers is the president. I'm going to read you something that was said in support of this law in Arkansas, One of the Republican senators said gender affirming treatments are quote at best experimental and at worst, a serious threat to a child's welfare. These air, not experimental treatments there, really based in scientific literature. They're based in decades and decades of expert experience, and they're backed by a number of major medical organizations to let's say there was a young Person and they're on hormones under the lawn, Arkansas. A doctor has to take those hormones away. Yes, And if the doctor decides to move forward, they face significant penalty. Is there any medical rationale for this legislation in your opinions? No. There is not The field of transgender health care has