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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:30 min | 2 d ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Male and 85. Dr Marc Siegel will join us. We'll ask him lots of questions about the vaccine. And these positive cases that are increasing 8 35 brings this season for each year of the Washington Examiner. About today's the first day of the Select Committee on the January 6th rights, Amber 80 of the Spectator and Virginia voter. I'll have you know she keeps this company all morning long. Hey, Amber. Hey, Larry, I say of Virginia voter, because while our next guest would like you to cast it in her direction, she is a Republican nominee for lieutenant governor. When some Sears and Miss Here's You are a dangerous, dangerous woman, because Twitter is trying to protect me from you. This was a remarkable development. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, Larry. I mean, apparently, I am a danger as you say, and who knew who knew that a black female immigrant from Jamaica could be a problem. All I want to do is help represent the people. Maybe you swear like the Marine that you are, and they had to sort of ramp you down. So I go over to the Winstons. Here's Twitter account, and there's a big warning the pop stop that that that the precautious cautions me about you before I can click through and actually see what you have to Say has Twitter. First of all, What's the latest on this? Are you back or you verified? Will they let your voice be heard? And did they give you any indication as to why they put this precaution up? Yes. So I'm first of all. Good morning, Larry. Good morning. Good morning, and good morning. So So, um presto, Magico. I have back on Twitter. They are, You know, they haven't said anything about Russians attacking me yet, but wait, wait, wait. It's coming. Um, they they have no reason. No nothing. Except maybe somebody there took a poll and they don't like what they're seeing. And And so they're fighting me and all I'm trying to do is I say is getting our folks to recognize that our Children are failing and we owe it to them to get them into better school so that they can have a hope in the future. Was there a specific tweet or post that you made that they said violated their terms. Because their explanation has been Oh, well. This was an error. This was a mistake, which, of course, they say all the time when they send their conservatives, But usually it starts with a post that is totally innocuous. So I'm just wondering what it was that they flagged on your account. Well, no. Well, see, this is the same when when? When the the powers that be Don't like what you're saying. They just push the button and bam! You're you're gone. Nobody hears from you again because they have the power to do that. That's what we have to fight. Think about that that they could just say No, We don't like this talk, Sam. You're gone. You're done and the only reason they brought me back. I think it's because there's been a groundswell of folks to say Wait a minute. That's not like I have been actually running since the third week in January. I'm not said anything I haven't said before. What did they suddenly discover me? Yeah, No, they have figured out that I'm making headway. I'm winning hearts and minds And they don't want that to happen, because apparently my truth because, you know, they told us, there's my truth. And there is another proof, and there's another truth. There's not just one truth. And so they don't like my truth. And my truth is that we must learn to live with each other in peace and harmony. Yeah, and it's a terrific message that is catching fire in Virginia. I've seen it. There's a lot of attention being paid you and it's about time when some Sears and I'm so proud. That you're the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor. We've spoken many times, and one thing we've never done is talk about your opponent. But I want to spend a little bit of time on Hala Ayala. She is the Democrat nominee for lieutenant governor. And by the way she's verified on Twitter. No issues with her. No, no, everything's fine with Hala Ayala. Except for this when she was running for the nomination, she promised not to take any donations. When some series from any of the big corporations that do business business with the Virginia government, and then it was revealed. That she took $100,000 from Dominion Energy. I mean, this is exactly what's wrong with these politicians, isn't it? Well see, That's the thing. She made this promise, and she has been making it for four years that she would not take that kind of money. And then one week before her election, Lo and behold, we find out she took $100,000 from the very same people she said she would never do. And and so she all the people who have been voting for her. Based on those promises, you know, she just threw them away. And so now you know she can be bought. She has a price. $100,000 you wave in her face, and she'll change. But Larry, get this. Why did she say she took the money? She said she took the money because she needed the money. Phones are always going to make some money. They're always going to need the money. You can't trust her. That's what she's saying. You can't trust her and all I have Is my good name. That's all I have. I can't lose that. Well, by the way. What other reported this that I think that's a great point. I needed the money, I'll great, but also this. She was challenged by one reporter and hasn't been no follow up by the way and what, two months now she's why did you take this money when you said you wouldn't her answer was when some steers people change their minds all the time? Well, okay, well, that's certainly instills confidence in your elected leaders. And people wonder why politicians aren't to be trusted. 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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Many too many medical procedures and interventions are being overlooked because of people clogging the emergency rooms from covert nineteen. So we can learn lessons from the past and I learned a lot on this porch about how not to be afraid and to Coche show courage in the face of this virus. It's the best way to beat it, and we also have to embrace technology that we're using to beat at the treatments that are coming out the and the monoclonal antibodies, the antivirals, the steroids, and finally the vaccines I embraced the idea that these vaccines are coming at light speed at warp speed. Yeah. Very well, I don't have a Lincoln to description of this podcast episode two yearbooks. My listeners can get over there and check it out and one of the things octa Siegel is we get so many different we this is the age of technology you get information fastest way possible. But now it just seems like everything is conflicting. This seems to be political in some points. It seems like we're getting conflicting stories about masks vaccine, which way. Do what would you say other than reading your book here? What would you say is the best piece of advice you could give a to families about how to go about their life here with the corona virus don't rely on Dogma who's ever telling you. It's this way or the highway. It's dogma rely on the fact that this is an evolving situation and we're learning day to day beware of the Dogma beware of the ridicule. B Be. The divisiveness we're in terrible time. Now of division, it's not just the virus that makes us afraid. It's our leaders. It's each other. I would say that kindness piece that I was talking about kindnesses secure for fear and it's a cure for dogma learn as we go rely be happy for the technology. We have the technology that allows us to to have this to have this sky skype call with with. A great host, the technology that allows us to have online learning if necessary technology that's leading to tremendous cures at a rate of speed for a brand new deadly virus. But the old fashioned things we need are carrying an accepting each other do not do not ridicule someone for disagreeing with you try to learn what their site is an incorporated into your own well said that may tie right over into my. Last question here I love to ask all the data to get on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that new dad or for that about to be father WHO's out there listening? So speaking of fear you're going to be afraid you're going to be afraid when you're in new debt as I was about loss of love from your new spouse, you're not ready for this, but your spouse is. Going to divert affection to the child and what you need to do, and this is so important for fathers out there. That's how you learn to be a father to understand that you can love that child to the way the mother is equal to the mother I like to say I'm I. Don't think this came from me but I like to say what percentage of a of a parent should I be? And the answer is each parent is one hundred percent. Each is one hundred, percent ninety, just fifty percent. Each is one hundred percent you act as a father the mother's not there the mother actors though you're not there and the child gets twice the amount of love do not be Joseph your newborn. That's my biggest lesson that I learned from my life. Yeah. Well, very well said I love the advice just been an honor for me I gotTa say Dr Mark Sceviour, I last father all the way. Thank you so much of. Time here on first-class Fatherhood you're a great guy and you have a great podcast. Thank you for joining me an honor. Thank you..

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

05:00 min | 9 months ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Is pretty cool to see what would you say are the top values that you hope to instill in your kids as they grow up by the way before answer that I gotta I gotTa tell you my youngest is a daredevil and So when I was eighteen I dove off cliffs, we did cliff diving. We're riding their bicycles across the United States I hated that but I remember taking my son a few years ago the Atlantis and he's going down dead man's dive I'm like, do I have to do this because I'm a father do I have to do this? You know. So so there are things that and one other thing is my my youngest son is a tremendous technical wizard and I'm not he got my father's engineering gene which missed me. So he runs my TV studio I can't believe it I'm so happy about that I go Sam Sam help held. Very cool. Did you did you end up doing the jumper now? Yeah. It was one of the roughest moments. Yeah, and then they made me go. Yes. I did the job. Then they made me cough in a helicopter one time to film to fill to do a filming shoot and I'm like how long is this going to be? They said seven minutes and it was the longest seven minutes of my life. You're daredevil not me you're the daredevils. What would you say the values that you hope to instill in the kids as they grown up? Independence is number. One honesty is number two because there's so much dishonesty in our society if you can teach kids to be honest. So it's independence honesty and caring. You know put other people be aside from yourself. A can't always be about you isn't that boring people that are always about themselves. So it's independence integrity and caring. Yeah. Dale Carnegie One Center. If you talk to somebody about themselves, they'll listen all day long. It's a better way to turn a conversation. Me Jump into your book here, covert the politics of fear and the power of science. Why did you write the book and what separates it from the other Kobe books that are out there it's because of the fear factor I wanted people to understand the following point because I've written a previous fear book. I don't know if was covered saying I can't write the fear Rangel because everyone's going to think I'm deep diminishing the actual covert angle, which is pretty frequent scary. But then I thought of something I thought the worst virus the more of a threat the more the fear level is going to go up the more you're over going over personalized the risk. So it's a narrative series of stories cove it is my book is about stories that occur that teach me how to guide myself through the fear and come out the other side. My father and mother played very crucial part in that because they're actually alive in the mid nineties and I have a series of stories. In there called the port stories with their sitting in their old porch where I grew up and I visit them physically distancing they're wearing masks and they teach me things things I didn't know this is your point. What are you learn that you didn't know his one my father got over cove in nineteen himself in his nineties and has cardiologists gave him hydroxy chloroquine and he thought he was laughing at it. Well, I don't think that's what helped me meanwhile a few years later a few weeks later he got antibodies that showed he had actually had covert and my mother to, and now months later he's convinced it was the hydroxy so he says to me on the porch. Whatever happened to this drug I said, well, people don't believe it works science didn't show it works and he says at ninety seven to how when did they give it in the hospital or when people were first getting sick like me and I said Dad you're right they're not giving it. When people I getting sick they didn't studied it in the right in the right time, and so I learned from my father had a look at things in. A higher perspective and then same as I'm trying to teach my children. And then my father says to me by the way mark did you know that in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, six, took the swine flu vaccine and I got very sick and I don't think my memory has been the safe same sense I said no, I never knew that and he said. What about this vaccine and he said there's a big difference I said, what's the difference? He said this time there actually is a disease and it's very dangerous and it's very threatening and it's called covert. He said, I, really hate all the fearmongering going on about this vaccine this vaccine would take. Of course, he probably doesn't need it because he has the antibodies already this vaccine I would take one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six was ridiculous and then there's my mother on the porch. My mother said, do you know who uncle Leonard was and I said? No, I never heard of uncle she said, I had a brother. I said, we're really whatever happened to me never heard of him, my mother's ninety, ninety five and I never heard about a brother. She said when her brother was eight years before she was born and she never met him either because at nine months of age he had two severe ear infections and they needed to drain his ears for him to survive but they couldn't do it because the hospitals were filled with a killer pandemic virus known as the Spanish flu. This was nineteen eighteen and she cautions at ninety five. Let's not let that happen again and it is happening too. Many too many medical procedures and interventions are being overlooked because of people clogging the emergency rooms from covert nineteen. So we can learn lessons.

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:02 min | 9 months ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"We have enough science behind masks for me to believe in them but what I'm really worried about is when somebody wears a mask it's Dangling off their face. It's filthy it's dirty. It's hanging off their chicken and then they come zooming up right next to you as though they're invulnerable because of the mask they've lost sense of all reality should kids wear masks in school and close quarters I've talked to many Pediatricians Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialists obviously I interview them all the time they're convinced that if you have the right kind of a mess, kids can tolerate it it it. Really depends my kids. School has an emblem mask that that has the emblem of the school printed in it, and it's kind of like got a little filter on it and it's very comfortable to wear. So I think it's okay to have missed it schools provided they're not constricting masks they can be part of a of the apparel that you wear, but it shouldn't be a form of punishment as you say or some kind of confinement. Right. Yeah, and then you know I wanna hit you on. This is that there's talks about vaccine maybe being available by the end of this year maybe by early next year since kids don't seem to be as affected by this virus as much as people in the older age brackets would you recommend for parents to allow their kids to get this vaccination when? It comes out. So here's the answer to that. It's going to start with me a healthcare worker and older healthcare worker melts co workers are going to get it first we're going to watch they're gonNA tolerated it's GonNa work. Then we're GONNA say, Hey, give it to the elderly and the elderly get it. Then we say, Hey, give it to obese people risk. Conditions poor people, people that are more prone to severe side effects of minority communities. Then we're going to say, let's give it to the general population. Kids should not be on the front of the line because they tend to get mild cases. So I think by the time, it gets to the point where I've had it where a lot of older people who? Had it where people in high risk groups have it I'm going to be able to come back on here and say, Hey, you know what? We've already given it to a couple of hundred thousand people maybe a million people now let's try the kids. Yeah. Yeah. Well, let me back this up to you. Then as a dad hear about how old were you? When. You first became a dad and had becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. I became a father when I was around forty and I have three children now and it changed my life incredibly because I just published the novel my first book at the time my son was was was born and I felt like I had two children, my book and him and I learned to divert myself from my own needs to his needs and I found that I was not living through him. That's not what father should do do not live through your kids but see your kids as having search have having special talents and skills and abilities that you don't have one of the things that that's really. Great I. I use two words to describe this cultivate your children's talents cultivate and the second word be proud of your children but don't don't know your children live what you never did or or never accomplished to wanted always to accomplish. That is an enormous mistake right now my oldest son is showing tremendous writing ability and I've been a writer ever since I was little and I'm so proud of him I i. read stuff I go Whoa who is this that writes better than me and they go wait a minute. This is my son but that's the extent of it. It's his career it's his right now he's working. Bush. But he's he's also publishing poems and short stories as I did. I'm so proud of him but I stay out of it, and so as your children get older, you do let us guiding and more and more. Pride more more just pleasure at seeing your your children. The best thing that a parent can do and I'm sure you agree is to see your children become independent succeed on their own. Yeah good stuff and I do agree one of the things. That's Kinda. Fun about it. Like my oldest son became interested in chess at an early age and it was a game that I never played in my life I. I never would have imagined myself playing chess but I ended up learning how to play it. Now, we all played the family. It's a big part of what we do and those are kind of things that you know you gotta follow and and get behind what they get interested in it. kind of takes you in different directions, which is pretty cool to see what would you say are the top values that you hope to instill in.

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Joining me now first-class class. Father Dr Marks Eagle Welcome to First Class Fatherhood Oh. Really good to be here. Love being a father one of my favorite things in the world. All right. Let's start here. Then how many kids do you have and how old are they? So listen, I, have three kids and actually a lot of the stories in my book covert the politics of fear of the power of science have to do with kids because I learned about fear from being a father and about. About how to conquer fear and what you see and keep in mind and you know this better than anyone better than me. That things are dilated in children's brains, and so if you show them courage, it amplifies their response especially when the very little. If you show them fear, it amplifies their response. I remember when my oldest son was about two or three years old, we were hiking in a volcano in Hawaii this is in my book by the way and all of a sudden at a time of dusk when everybody was tired, we couldn't find the path back and we heard a dog barking in the distance and my son got shook up because we were shook up. And we and he was afraid of dogs for years after that same same idea with my daughter around the time that she broke her leg when she was very little she was in a bath with bubbles bath made bubbles and she was afraid of the noise for a while. So as parents, we really have to watch it because fear is the most powerful emotion human brain and it overrides reason every single time we think that we're reason oriented that we can reason through things. We think that we can come out the other side by thinking things through. Case it's always emotions we can battle the emotion of fear with courage with happiness with laughter with love we can't battling with reason, and that's what we're having. That's the problem we're having right now with covert. While very well said the doctor and you know what going along with that too I think a lot of our limited beliefs about ourselves implanted more kids to where we think we can't be something more than what we are and I think sometimes, if the wrong seed is planted in a kid, he may never think he'd get out something because he's been told that and I think that that puts a limit on where he thinks he can go in life and I think that's similar to so the fear does to these kids. Coach so true and we're hitting that right now with Cova if you tell your kids, it has to be online only or you tell them you know this is what safe and you're not right about that. It's GonNa stay with them a long time to come kids have much greater potential than we do. I told this story the other day about how my youngest son is now fifteen. was writing off to high school because high school reopened. Then he was happy to go on the bus with his friends smiling I'm nervous fine of worried is there covert. There is there covert there. But what the key thing was the bus, the friends, the school kids are not as afraid as we are. Naturally, we teach them fear and we have to not. Yeah. Yeah very well said and. You know Thanksgiving and the holidays are right around the corner here and we're hearing certain states telling us don't have you normal family gatherings have a limited amount of people at the Thanksgiving table this year and stuff like that. What would you suggest for families? Should they limit their holiday traditions this year do you plan to Limit Your holiday conditions? How should families go about it this year? I think that we have to learn public health measures and then they wouldn't be superimposed on US I. Forgot to add when I was talking about fear. You know what happens if you give into fear, the government then uses the fear to control you or the media uses the fear to create ratings, which then causes the government to control your they keep taking. A bow every time they constrict your liberty. So I'm all for Thanksgiving but why don't we do it in responsible ways? Why does it have to be either or either either I walk around with a mask like a mummy or I say a mask is ridiculous and I don't where it at all how come you're either distancing or you're in or you're in a crowd. Can't there be a middle ground where you obey the basic ideas of how not to spread viruses while at the same time getting together whether it's outside whether it's a heated backyard whether it's inside but with good ventilation with distancing I'm all for Thanksgiving I think the more of these traditions we give up the worst we're gonNA end up doing. Very well said and I think even as a power, you talk about fear that's the way we used to try to control our kids. If we don't want them to do something, we try to give fear to to to make them obey we're telling them to do and I. think that's what we're seeing now where being scared and then shamed into behaving in certain ways and you're seeing it all of their you talking about masks now. We hear these is their medical proof to back up the fact that masks will prevent this corona virus and is it safe for kids to be wearing these masks all day long in school? Well. So here's my answer to that. We only have week masks science. We don't have large amount of it..

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Thanks for stopping by if this is your first time listening to the PODCAST, please go over there and Baghdad subscribe. He did not want to miss the action. It's coming your way right here on First Class by the right DAD's diving into the latest information on the corona virus today and what you need to know as parents to keep your kids safe out there for this I have an incredibly joining me today Dr Mark Siegel who has A new book out covert the politics of fear and the power of science. Dr Mark. Siegel is the medical director on Sirius Xm satellite radio. He joined Fox News as a medical contributor back in two thousand eight. He is a columnist for the hill a member of the board of contributors at USA Today. He contributes to the Wall Street Journal National Review And New York Daily News Dr Mark Siegel is a clinical Professor Department of Medicine at Nyu Grossman. School of Medicine in addition to his new book, He has authored several books on influenza contagious and. Even a medical thriller entitled Bellevue Amount of to have him here to pick his brain a little bit about the pandemic, which has drastically changed all of our lives Dr Mark Siegel will be here with me and just a few minutes please stick around for the interview. Today's interview was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch my youtube channels. If you'd like to watch the conversation between Dr Mark Siegel and myself please get over and hit me with a subscribe on Youtube link is into description of today's podcast episode Okay and one. Of the little silver linings during this pandemic is that has made a lot of people become available for interviews. So I've been able to grab some really phenomenal guests during the pandemic for the podcast including comedian Joel McHale, Weatherman, Al roker backstreet boy nick, Carter my pillow, Mike Lindell NFL quarterback drew bledsoe, and so.

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:22 min | 10 months ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Dr Marc Siegel heard him seen him on Fox. He's written a magnificent book over the politics of fear in the power of science. No Dr Siegel. Joe Biden said It was today or yesterday to senior citizens in Florida. When's the last time you hug your kid? Now we got fouled. She's saying Stay 6 ft apart. We've got where the masks What the hell is it that they want from this president? It's just that the politicalization the exploitation by the Democrats by Biden. I don't mean to drag you into my world. But it's just so awful talk about uniting the country when even when it comes to the vaccine, they're raising questions. Political questions about a vaccine. I'm really disturbed by the fact that that doesn't seem to be any consistency of message. And that is another thing that breach fear if you can't feel the consistency and again the hypocrisy was at its greatest when the president got sick, and nobody was even wishing him well, which is even I didn't think that that was gonna happen. But in terms of you know this spray that this separation and message among the Democrats that proves with the hypocrisy is you know where a mask in the middle of Montana when you're out in the field, and nobody's around you, how about what the Democrats have done? Two schools? I mean, 101 100 biggest school districts in the country. 70% of them were closed. I heard from the head of Medicaid services Medicare Medicaid services the other day that we're 78% down on dental services for our Children and development disabilities, diagnosing it down 45% and immunization shots for other diseases down 23%. Kids are suffering from socialisation problems because they're not in schools and study just came out of Brown of all places where it turns out that only one in the 1000 kids even gets Cove it, so there's no rationality to this. It's just muscle it. It's just saber rattling its just control through fear. And as you said, and this is the most important thing. The biggest tell is that they don't want to give the president any credit for all of the spy. Oh, technology that has been enormous. All of this accomplishment that has been enormous. And and as I went to write my book, and I put all this together, I couldn't believe the amount that has been accomplished in terms of treatments and the vaccines and we're going to get a vaccine. You know, As the president said to me, we'll probably get a vaccine on November 4th. I mean, how? How that that we have to politicize vaccines Mark, you know, there's a big problem with people taking vaccines in this country. So why don't we spread more fear? Kamala Harris should be ashamed of herself for spreading fear of a vaccine when that's going to lead the noncompliance when we have an emerging vaccine created Bye, operation warp speed that we need people to take. All these schools is you say that it closed. The president keeps begging These governors in these towns open your school's open your schools. There is absolutely no scientific reason Doctor correct for keeping these schools close the way they are know, As a matter of fact, I know firsthand that what kids do when they're out of school is they spread the virus or not necessarily the virus again. I told you, it's a perception issue. Everyone feels they have the virus. The Democrats want you to feel you have the virus or you're on verge of having it even in If you're in the area where there isn't a virus for thousands of miles, you have it. You're about to get it. But closing. The schools ultimately would probably lead to more viral spread if there's any virus around, but it's causing a second pandemic. And not to mention one word. I haven't said yet, which is depression. A recent study shows that 28% of Americans are depressed. Sure they're out of work. Sure, they can't go to a restaurant. Sure, there's no movies open. Here in New York. New York, Looks like it's Polk Post apocalyptic President. Trump told me when I was down there in July doesn't even recognize New York anymore. It's Grey. The only thing going is construction, but but you know, there's there's no restaurants. There's no opera. There's no movies. There's nothing in New York anymore, and it's It's It's not rational. It's fear driven well. Unfortunately, we're out of time with the great Dr Marc Siegel have back But here's the deal. Act now to get this book. I'm not kidding. It's right in front of me cope with the politics of fear in the power of science. Nobody breaks us down like Dr Marc Siegel. I encourage you to goto Amazon and get it right now on any of my social sites.

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on WTVN

"Off those carbs and completely ruined those homes. People. I don't want to take the chance of staying behind. There were more than 350,000 new cases of covert 19 reported worldwide on Friday, a new single day record here in the U. S. There's new guidance about risk from the CDC. ABC is with, Johnson explains. The CDC is now expanding is warning on risk factors, saying it's not just obesity, but simply being overweight could put you at a higher risk of severe illness from Kobe 19 more than 70% of adults in the U. S are either overweight. Or obese. President Trump will host about 2000 people outdoors today at the White House, his first public event since he was hospitalized for Coben 19. He says he's recovering. But he told Dr Marc Siegel of Fox News about his course of treatment, and there's still answers. Questions unanswered. What are you taking right now? As of today, I think really nothing. We pretty much finished. And now we'll see how things go. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer calling for a stronger stance against extremism after the FBI announced the arrest of 13 men is part of an alleged plot to kidnap her prior to the election. I think that it's a very real threat turn to my Chrissy. There's no question that these hate groups are domestic terrorists, and I think we need just call them that, frankly. You're listening to ABC news. In a video posted to Facebook Friday. Governor Bike the Wind said Ohio was trending in the wrong direction when it comes to cover 19 cases, a daily record. 1840 were announced along with just over 100 hospitalizations that he love a new desk Friday. The wine says weddings and people not wearing mask in public are to blame A putting bay establishment is among one of 18 permit holders cited this week by the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for violating state health and safety regulations meant to prevent the spread of covert 19 Beer Barrel Saloon. One was charged with disorderly activities, which encompasses things such as a social distancing violation. The complaint reads that on or about August 22nd disorderly activities were willingly permitted to occur on the premises of the saloon. At the hearing, the permit holder entered a denial but stipulated the facts Based on the evidence presented, the commission found the beer barrel saloon in violation. There only was a 15 days suspension of its liquor license beginning at noon on November 6. Alternatively, the option was offered to pay. Financial forfeiture in the amount.

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Trump plans return to public events after COVID diagnosis

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:33 min | 10 months ago

Trump plans return to public events after COVID diagnosis

"Will reportedly hold a campaign event outside the White House tomorrow. New York Times reports, he'll host hundreds for a rally on the South Lawn. This is something of a change in plans Last night on Fox News, he told Sean Hannity. He felt perfect and was planning events in battleground states. We want to do a rally in Florida, probably in Florida and Saturday night. Might come back and do one in Pennsylvania in the following night, and it's incredible what's going on, But I feel so good. Despite positive reports from the White House physician there have been lingering questions about the president's health. Since last week's announcement. He was infected and suffering from Kobe on Fox and friends. White House spokesman Kayleigh Mcenany, who is also infected, said adequate precautions will be taken. He's reiterated that to me that he believes that today are rather Saturday, he will be clear to go. I'll leave that to him as to how that works medically, But he assured me that their medical tests underway that will ensure that when the president backed out there, you will not be able to transmit the virus in time. The president will also make his first on camera interview appearance since his covert diagnosis tonight. He's to appear with Tucker Carlson on Fox News and ate one twist to this, Dr Marc Siegel will conduct a medical evaluation and interview with the president, even though they will be at Different remote locations. Dr. Siegel is a contributor to Fox News. He's repeatedly pushed Corona virus misinformation. During this appearances, White House position shot. Connolly has said the president has completed his course of treatment for the virus. Meantime, the

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on KTOK

"To treat every taste. Well, that's it. We're out of Fanta Halloween. Don't live with the horror of running out of Fanta. Fanta. It's a thing. This's a Fox news alert. President Trump has the virus on Jack Callahan Fox News, the president tweeting early this morning. He and the first lady have both tested positive for the Corona virus memorandum, The president's physician, said that the president and first lady are both well at this time and plan to remain at home within the White House is actually Strohmeyer. The diagnosis from tests administered late Thursday after White House aide Hope Hicks became ill and tested positive. She had traveled with the president to this week's debate, Fox News Medical analyst Dr Marc Siegel. I'm hearing from the my sources in the White House that the president and the first lady are both absolutely asymptomatic, and that's really good news. And that's what we need to continue to root for here that they will remain asymptomatic as they're under observation. Very careful observation, the president and the first lady, both tweeting that they are quarantining at the White House, Fox News has learned that White House chief of staff Mark Meadows has tested negative for the virus. President was scheduled for a fundraising event tonight in Florida that has been postponed. It is unclear how the illness will impact the presidential election now 32 days away, and whether Joe Biden may have been exposed. We don't know if this is a situation.

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back to Larry elder show looking at all these people turn down these Confederate statues of all these called slave owners and stuff like that and all the other ones you want torn down I'm assuming you're going to the bench we fly the Egypt injured animals right have a great day during the late night seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three elder studio president trump having a rally Oklahoma be criticized for that because of the violation of social distancing Dr Marc Siegel the fox news Dr khor doctor a paid contributor says we're going to have protest we can certainly have rallies my next guest my guess is the author of the book great society into history he also wrote the profoundly important book the forgotten man a new history of the Great Depression this one talks about the great society and the promises that were made and the reality amity salicylates you also say this in your book what black unemployment which had been the same as whites in the nineteen fifties from the early nineteen sixties rose above white unemployment the gap between black and white unemployment whiten welfare programs funded by President Johnson and Nixon expanded roles to an appalling extent appalling because welfare fostered a new sense of hopelessness and disenfranchisement among those who received it end of quote that was the opposite of what of course they intended to happen right yes what you want think why did black unemployment intricately black youth unemployment digress so far from white unemployment in this one we didn't actually get to what the socialists want social Democrats and socialists and regular Democrats and some Republicans want a high minimum wage which is that was very important it it sounds fair right why price the lowest earners but what happens what happens when you raise the minimum wage is often employers hired fewer people or they hire those with the most education in the area the job and that often means black Americans don't get the job of Milton Friedman who was studying this problem in the fifties and the sixties well that the minimum wage was the most anti black law on our statute books because it actually heard of black Americans so they disproportionately union the same thing unions like high wages that their reason they exist to get high wages they get very high wages so they end up who ends up not being hired those who are the least qualified that perhaps the most hopeful for the job and then those people don't get a chance to become qualified well there was also a factor welfare exploded in the nineteen sixties it just the fact of the story everyone was quite concerned about welfare and when you receive a a high payment what or with a relatively high payment you tend to want to work life you get out of the habit of working that's white or black and that's also true right right now by the way this wonderful papers at the national bureau of economic research about concerns that if we pay people to March when they stay home they're they're less interested in going back to work even though they are not happy at home with what still seems like not enough money that they did get in the way of staying home so that is what happened in the sixties and it led to sort of a trend of longer term unemployment and of misery and an acceptance of welfare that was very unhappy for the families that did accept Walford sort of the way of life instead of the temporary help people always ask me about food stamps and we can say any time it's no shame to be on food stamps but what is eight same for all of us is when you expect your grandchildren to be on food stamps just as you are that is perpetual food stamps down the generations and that that was that what began or accelerated in the sixties food stamps also exploded in that period how many slaves I have been saying for years and your book gives me even more confidence in saying this I've made the argument that the welfare state is incentivized women to marry the government in a flat and allowed men to abandon their financial and more responsibility well it seems that open the evidence on what you know in the book I I a tractor a tragic an interesting or interesting and tragic housing project called I don't think there's a great movie about a by the way too that you I think you get a Netflix or Amazon anyway eight this trend of welfare kicking the data out of requiring there be no dad what began before the great society but it wasn't that disincentive would not remove not withstanding some efforts during the great society so it paid for women unfortunately not they have the data around them in the correct item would be very wonderful and just heartbreaking testimony from a young man who said we had to lie about my dad to be a delight say he wasn't around when he was alive when he said maybe we had a dad we would say we didn't and in the parade I go complex which is no exaggeration dad would hide in the closet of the social work lady wouldn't see them social work in the sixties and grew very fast just does not work and we're gonna take a break we'll take a break right here and we come back I want to ask you what do we do about this do we undo it what do we do about all of this and what you think about all the spending has been going on since the trump administration's been in that when your life is in chaos your home is your safe haven will imagine not having it in a second it's gone the crime is called home title fifty FBI calls it when the fed's going crime that's why I urge.

Larry elder
"dr marc siegel" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That is he not he's outside his lane and all of those areas I think in a way it's a testament to the president that he never gets credit for that he likes voices in there that speak differently and he can the size it up and put it together but he he talked about he is a really brilliant man who needs to stay in his lane and understand that he reports to the president he's there at the pleasure of the president he's there to inform the president he's not there to make public policy states and I actually been wondering if these young kids who should be in elementary school and so forth middle school twenty years from now what is the social impact of the missing half a year of school just as you're learning how to socialize and get along with other kids I'm hearing that from my own kids there it's like a piece of their life has been taken away there's only so much you can do it on a computer maybe one third all of that socialization which is what college is about which is what high school is about it's a real tragedy it's not on the table I don't feel that schools are on the table we have to fight that and Furthermore there's no public health reason for it it's not there's no evidence that you're going to end up spreading more virus are getting more people sick by having this school's open Dr Marc Siegel you you're the best and I really appreciate you you take complex subject to make it easier to understand and we look forward to having you back Sir my pleasure and great honor to be on mark thank you and god bless now when I tell you about the honey not my honey hello I'm happy to tell you about it you know we all shop online a lot but did you know you can make online shopping even better you can.

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Telling Alexa play K. NST on I heart radio yeah enjoy the stimulation six thirty one your lotus media can STA M. seven ninety two sons most emulating talk so seven point three seven million people in the state of Arizona we have four to one cases of the trainees virus I know it's going to go up I get it we're gonna recoveries as well in any of the nut job two son mayor we need to we really want to see to do a shelter in place we really all we want to crush the economy that much more you Dingle berry Dr Marc Siegel because he do you know if you tell somebody that likes what America wants to do they go we don't want to be the next Europe would to weeks behind New York we're going to be that more towards finally we're gonna get out of here and I want your doctor Marc Siegel inter crossing show yes we talking about on the chat on it isn't it okay guide unexpectedly Tucker it looks like the rate of hospitalizations owning your home still on the upswing the rate itself is starting to flatten out a little bit that means we may not need the thirty thousand respirators which I can't even put my mind around because that would mean one or two million people get coronavirus god forbid in New York which would lead to about two percent of them requiring respirators ventilators we're not heading in that direction it's starting to slow my prediction is we're gonna need much less ventilators and more protective equipment going forward wound no kidding no kidding six thirty three by the way why is Italy so bag are gonna be Italy we're gonna be Italy we have that coming up I felt she found she avis statements on CNN about that we have much more as well yes seven oh five this morning again the other writer of this this federalist piece into my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash gear Lewis radio like and follow what I can to to the top so you can always see right away about the virus models so inaccurate causing officials to do OB lockdowns and scare the crap out of people what a joke we'll get even more detail Informatica has more don't go anywhere it's came to see the fox news alert I'm Chris foster layoffs from the corona virus outbreak had three point two eight million Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week that's more than quadruple the previous record set when we connect me to them on implement benefits.

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"dr marc siegel" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The trump campaign will join also congresswoman Elista phonic she's gonna be here and Dr Marc Siegel fox news medical correspondent almost all of the discussion is going to be on coronavirus for obvious reasons we begin the program today with a fox news alert so much happening the down now down well over two thousand points again on all sorts of news including the fact that sports basically is going dark at this point the NBA season postpone suspended NHL as well Major League Baseball suspending operations baseball operations at least I think the incident I NC double a tournament basketball gonna cancel because they announce that they were gonna do it with no fans so players only but now that you have some athletes testing positive including a soccer player in Europe a couple NBA players already on the Utah Jazz one of whom by the way was treating her advice like a big joke just a few days ago at a press conference he thought it was hilarious that the reporters were standing far away for him and then he touched all of their equipment well guess what he has grown a virus so I think the NC double a is looking at that a lot of these conference tournaments have been canceled Duke University has pulled out of the NC double a turnover they're saying we're not going to compete in March madness if it happens if Duke is out this thing isn't gonna happen Broadway going dark the theater district here in New York four to six weeks they're gonna go without performances that is a significant development here in New York City and you're seeing state after state barring at gatherings of certain numbers of people although weirdly I saw California did a carve out for Disneyland saying well it's not really an event it's more of an attraction that seems crazy to me so just so much happening on this front what I wanted you to open there's a few different things here and we have limited time it's silly to say when you're three hours ahead but there is so much to get in I have a piece today at town hall dot com that I am urging you strongly to go read I don't often do this I mention my work I am asking you to please go read at my town hall PCA the headline is important how corona virus is about to get much worse in the U. S. and why you still shouldn't panic and I will just summarize it this way based on a lot of the reading that I've been doing I spoke with a few officials yesterday last night there's a lag time between one people contract corona virus and when they start getting symptoms and when eventually they are diagnosed it's a lag time of let's say ten days to two weeks so the numbers of confirmed cases that we currently see on our TV screens in our newspapers on social media those numbers are going to go up and they're going to go up exponentially in the coming days and weeks even if we get this thing under control and some of the dramatic social distancing the policies that are finally starting being implemented if that turns the tide we're not going to know that the tide has turned for a few extra weeks because of that lag time that I'm talking about the last time the problem here is there are thousands of people around the country who have a corona virus who don't know what and have had it for a while and they've been infecting other people because this is highly highly contagious there is one study a preliminary study that suggested I alluded to this yesterday on the show that the virus can exist in particles in the air for hours at a time and it can survive on surfaces like doorknobs and elevator buttons and counter tops four days at a time it is highly contagious and you don't know that you've got it for a period of days you're walking around living your life you might have it you might be interacting with people who have it you have no idea so these numbers are gonna go way up that does not change the fact that I'm going to underscore this all day the fact that this is for ninety nine percent of people not a fatal event in fact for the vast majority of people who get corona virus it will be like mild Sniffles a slight cold a slight flu type symptoms situation that's at tens of thousands of people around the globe have already gotten coronavirus and recovered from it okay the concern is for people who have underlying health conditions and who are old especially seventy or even eighty plus that's the danger zone as time referring to it and even then the death rates are scary ten to fifteen percent but still the overwhelming majority of those people will survive so it is important to take this very seriously it is important to implement serious social distancing right of Broadway shutting down in sports are closing up in a lot of businesses doing telecommuting I think schools are next universities we've already seen at this is going to create when I've been saying there's gonna be a disruption in your life I need to and I think the NBA announcement was a whoa moment for a lot of people I think I will talk about this later Tom Hanks contracting coronavirus he's to be fine he does he's not that sick but he's got it that's a wall moment for a lot of people now and again please my piece of town hall dot com how coronavirus is about to get much worse in the U. S. and why you still shouldn't panic and I run through a lot of the numbers I link to some pieces that you need to read so you understand what's happening can you can look at the grass you can look at the trajectories you can understand what's coming and why some of these dramatic measures are going to have to happen as for the president last night we brought you the breaking news on the air yesterday that the present was gonna give an oval office address I was on special report on the panel with Bret Baier last night top of the show we did an early panel discussion talking about this and I made this point listen to this clip this is special report last night cut forty six and that's why it's such a big moment.

Dr Marc Siegel
"dr marc siegel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Right as we continue looking at the medical response to everything involving corona Dr Marc Siegel and Betsy McCoy with us we left off with you Dr Segal's anything else you see that the president can do and and how do you see this now playing out we see the incidences now greatly reduced you know down to less than forty a day according to reports in China we see now obviously things have gotten out of control in Europe of measures of finally being put in place this president acted faster than anybody I would argue the best movie made throughout all of this we can't stop pandemics are from happening but we can manage them better and I don't think we could have managed this any better your thoughts first of all our our I don't know why I think this but I was deeply impressed by this president's speech last night probably because I was about to go on your show afterwards I was watching intently but he not only did this bold move with Europe but he showed a great humanity and how we described the people who are in trouble in quarantine or people that are sick and how he intends to make sure that they're still paid that they don't have to pay taxes that there's a continuity there that they're taken care of he showed a greater amount of heart with that and and the second point I want to make is to to echo something that Betsy has said quite eloquently you know we what we are so dependent on China and the president since he was came into office has been making a point of that so we're so we're now we're so we now have the energy independence that we didn't have before so we're not waiting on lines at the gas stations this week you know we we also are looking very hard at this issue of our supply lines and how ninety percent of our prescription drugs have ingredients from China are antibiotics which we we desperately need ninety percent come from China so this is a wake up call for all of that all of those problems worsened under the Obama administration and finally showing the point about the emergency rooms is so true we don't have the surge capacity we need our our hospitals are overwhelmed I'm hoping they don't get flooded with people that are afraid because we need them for people who are really sick and and I think blow that to to finally end on what your point is we're already dealing with three hundred fifty to five hundred thousand hospitalizations a year from flu that's a disease we can't overlook and we can't assume this is going to be anything of that magnitude final word that's a McCoy I do believe that the president's next step will be to address that very issue he has the capacity through his public service service commission to dispatch emergency medical course doctors and nurses to assist hospitals some hospitals could become overwhelmed as mark pointed out with the number of flu cases plus the new coronavirus cases and he has the capacity to provide the extra medical care needed in those places so that when people going to the hospital to get the care they need all right thank you both for being with us when we come back our friend Jeff lord he was self quarantine after apparently but he might have met this person that they had cordoned contracted the corona virus at C. pack that's next eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number if you want to be a part of the program and later we'll check in with the deep state update they knew all along steel was lying and they still won four straight ahead I was in fourth grade and.

Dr Marc Siegel Betsy McCoy
"dr marc siegel" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And as we continue looking at the medical response to everything involving corona Dr Marc Siegel and Betsy McCoy with us we left off with you Dr Segal's anything else you see that the president can do and and how do you see this now playing out we see the incidences now greatly reduced you know down to less than forty a day according to reports in China we see now obviously things have gotten out of control in Europe of measures of finally being put in place this president acted faster than anybody I would argue the best movie made throughout all of this we can't stop pandemics from happening but we can manage them better and I don't think we could have managed this any better your thoughts first of all our our I don't know why you think this but I was deeply impressed by this president speechless by probably because I was about to go on your show afterwards I was watching it intently but he not only did this bold move with Europe but he showed a great humanity and how we described the people who are in trouble in quarantine or people that are sick and how he intends to make sure that they're still paid that they don't have to pay taxes that there's a continuity there that they're taken care of he showed a greater amount of heart with that and and the second point I want to make is to to echo something that Betsy has said quite eloquently you know we what we are so dependent on China and the president since he was came into office has been making a point of that so we're so we're now we're so we now have the energy independence that we didn't have before so we're not waiting on lines at the gas stations this week you know we we also were looking very hard at this issue of our supply once and how ninety percent of our prescription drugs have ingredients from China are antibiotics which we we desperately need ninety percent come from China so this is a wake up call for all of that all of those problems worsened under the Obama administration and finally showing the point about the emergency rooms is so true we don't have the surge capacity we need our our hospitals are overwhelmed I'm hoping they don't get flooded with people that are afraid because we need them for people who are really sick and and I think blow that to to finally end on what your point is we're already dealing with three hundred fifty to five hundred thousand hospitalizations a year from flu that's a disease we can't overlook and we can't assume this is going to be anything of that magnitude final word that's a McCoy I do believe that the president's next step will be to address that very issue he has the capacity through his public service service commission to dispatch emergency medical course doctors and nurses to assist hospitals some hospitals could become overwhelmed as mark pointed out with the number of flu cases plus the new coronavirus cases and he has the capacity to provide the extra medical care needed in those places so that when people going to the hospital to get the care they need all right thank you both for being with us when we come back our friend Jeff lord he was self quarantine after apparently but he might have met this person that they had cordoned contracted the corona virus at C. pack that's next eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number if you want to be a part of the program and later we'll check in with the deep state update they knew all along steel was lying and they still won four straight ahead the voice of New York seven ten W. O. R. at forty five degrees at four thirty good afternoon I'm Jeff McKinney mayor Blasio declaring a state of emergency for the city were gatherings of more than five hundred people are now banned that means Broadway.

Dr Marc Siegel Betsy McCoy
"dr marc siegel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"But as we continue looking at the medical response to everything involving corona Dr Marc Siegel and Betsy McCoy with us we left off with you Dr Segal's anything else you see that the president can do and and how do you see this now playing out we see the incidences now greatly reduced you know down to less than forty a day according to reports in China we see now obviously things have gotten out of control in Europe of measures are finally being put in place this president acted faster than anybody I would argue the best movie made throughout all of this we can't stop pandemics from happening but we can manage them better and I don't think we could manage this any better your thoughts first of all I I don't know why I think this but I was deeply impressed by this president speechless by probably because I was about to go on your show after which I was watching intently but he not only did this bold move with Europe but he showed a great humanity and how we described the people who are in trouble in quarantine or people that are sick and how he intends to make sure that they're still paid that they don't have to pay taxes that there's a continuity there that they're taken care of he showed a greater amount of heart with that and and the second point I want to make is to echo something that Betty has said quite eloquently you know we what we are so dependent on China and the president since he was came into office has been making a point of that so we're so we're not we don't have the energy independence that we don't have before so we're not waiting on lines at the gas stations this week you know we we also are looking very hard at this issue of our supply lines and how ninety percent of our prescription drugs have ingredients from China antibiotics between debt we desperately need ninety percent come from China so this is a wake up call for all of that all of those problems worsened under the Obama administration and finally showing the point about the emergency rooms is so true we don't have the surge capacity we need our our hospitals are overwhelmed I'm hoping they don't get flooded with people that are afraid because we need them for people who are really sick and and I think hello that took to finally end on what your point is we're already dealing with three hundred fifty to five hundred thousand hospitalizations a year from flu that's a disease we can't overlook and we can't assume this is going to be anything of that magnitude final word that's a good question I do believe that the president's next step will be to address that very issue he has the capacity through his public service service commission to dispatch emergency medical course doctors and nurses to assist hospitals some hospitals could become overwhelmed as mark pointed out with the number of flu cases plus the new coronavirus cases and he has the capacity to provide the extra medical care needed in those places so that when people going to the hospital to get the care they need all right thank you both for being with us when we come back our friend Jeff lord he was self quarantine after apparently but he might have met this person that they had cordoned contracted the corona virus at C. pack that's next eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number if you want to be a part of the program and later we'll check in with the deep state update they knew all along steel was lying and they still won four straight ahead news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I'd send in Tokyo and the high hard radio station it is three thirty AM Kerry Logi and here are some of the stories we're following New York City mayor bill de Blasio's declaring a state of emergency due to the corona virus this comes after governor Andrew Cuomo ordered a ban on all gatherings of five hundred or more people in the state and effort to slow down the spread of the virus the ban goes into effect at five o'clock tomorrow night Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's canceling next week's scheduled recess to continue work on the corona virus crisis Republicans are working with the White House of crafting an economic relief package it is different from a bill in the house that speaker Nancy Pelosi says is aimed at putting families first sports not going to offer people an escape from corona virus news Major League Baseball in the NHL are joining the NBA and suspending games Major League Soccer will go into hiatus during the outbreak in the NC double a just announced it's cancelling its basketball tournaments because the pandemic meaning there will be no March madness other coronaviruses doing a number on stock portfolios the major stock indexes are down more than nine percent let's get the latest from the Bloomberg news desk brought to you by first mark credit union things haven't been listed on Wall Street since nineteen eighty seven stocks sold off with the S. and P. five hundred plunging nine.

Dr Marc Siegel Dr Segal Betsy McCoy
"dr marc siegel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"dr marc siegel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Right as we continue looking at the medical response to everything involving corona Dr Marc Siegel and Betsy McCoy with us we left off with you Dr Segal's anything else you see that the president can do and and how do you see this now playing out we see the incidences now greatly reduced you know down to less than forty a day according to reports in China we see now obviously things have gotten out of control in Europe of measures of finally being put in place this president acted faster than anybody I would argue the best movie made throughout all of this we can't stop pandemics from happening but we can manage them better and I don't think we could have managed this any better your thoughts first of all I I I don't know why I think this but I was deeply impressed by this president's speech last night probably because I was about to go on your show afterwards I was watching it intently but he not only did this bold move with Europe but he showed a great humanity and how we described the people who are in trouble in quarantine or people that are sick and how he intends to make sure that they're still paid that they don't have to pay taxes that there's a continuity there that they're taken care of he showed a greater amount of heart with that and and the second point I want to make is to to echo something that Betsy has said quite eloquently you know we what we are so dependent on China and the president since he was came into office has been making a point of that so we're so we're now also we now have the energy independence that we didn't have before so we're not waiting on lines at the gas stations this week you know we we also are looking very hard at this issue of our supply lines and how ninety percent of our prescription drugs have ingredients from China are antibiotics which we get we desperately need ninety percent come from China so this is a wake up call for all of that all of those problems worsened under the Obama administration and finally showing the point about the emergency rooms is so true we don't have the surge capacity we need our our hospitals are overwhelmed I'm hoping they don't get flooded with people that are afraid because we need them for people who are really sick and and I think blow that to to finally end on what your point is we're already dealing with three hundred fifty to five hundred thousand hospitalizations a year from flu that's a disease we can't overlook and we can't assume this is going to be anything of that magnitude final word that's a McCoy I do believe that the president's next step will be to address that very issue he has the capacity through his public service service commission to dispatch emergency medical course doctors and nurses to assist hospitals some hospitals could become overwhelmed as mark pointed out with the number of flu cases plus the new coronavirus cases and he has the capacity to provide the extra medical care needed in those places so that when people going to the hospital to get the care they need all right thank you both for being with us when we come back our friend Jeff lord he was self quarantine after apparently but he might have met this person that they had cordoned contracted the corona virus at C. pack that's next eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number if you want to be a part of the program and later we'll check in with the deep state update they knew all along steel was lying.

Dr Marc Siegel Betsy McCoy