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"Going to be completed very soon, and we had radical opposition to the world. Radical opposition will be at 500 miles very soon and will be completed with the wall phase for Corona virus stimulus package talks continue between Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. And Nancy Pelosi governor Wittmer assigned legislation which extends unemployment benefits through the end of the year. The extension for those in need goes from 20 weeks to 26 weeks. University of Michigan. Health officials say the spike in covert 19 cases there among students was not because of in person classes. But because of student parties and other get togethers. They hope the students will follow the stay in place order. That has been put in place by the Health Department for the next two weeks. The students can still go to class, go to part time jobs or Goto wheat. Dr. Mathew Sims at Beaumont Hospital says the trend has been going on in intermittently surging So that initial wave really did go significantly down and around around June were the cases really dropped, But that first weekend in July, they started rising again, and they never really stopped. Talks begin between General Motors of Canada and the Uniform Union contracts have been ratified in Canada with Ford And with Fiat Chrysler on Wall Street, the Dow is up 100 for I'm Dick. A finer W. J. R. Randy was more coming up on the Frank Beckmann show for more than 100 years. The.
"dr mathew" Discussed on WJR 760
"Something this campaign could be different because President Trump His name is on the ballot. The president has offered his support and also praised James during a rally in Michigan today that Peter's campaign released a new ad featuring a direct appeal an endorsement from former President Barack Obama. This, as political experts in Michigan say this race could still go Either way, and Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to campaign in Waterford Township that'll be on Thursday. It will be a rally taking place at Barnstormers that'll be ah, at 12 30. The doors, however, will open a temp. 30, Michigan health officials today reporting 1586 new cases. Of covert, 19 and 22 deaths. Health officials issued an emergency stay in place order for University of Michigan students. The order requires them to stay in their residences, with few exceptions. Due to covert 19 and this effective or this order is in effect immediately. It will continue through 7 A.m. on November 3rd infectious disease specialist, Dr Mathew Sims at Beaumont Hospital says I noticed a change in where new cases of covert 19 are showing up in Michigan. What it seems to me right now is that the case? Is there a little more spread out than they were in April In April, 80% of the cases were in Oakland. McComb on wait. Right, 80%. Now they're more stood out through the entire state. Britain is announcing a controversial pilot program looking to willingly infect people with covert 19..
"dr mathew" Discussed on WJR 760
"Putting it on DH stewards help there as well. Um Hey, they gave him the steroids. We gave him room disappear which acts on the virus itself. And then they gave him this. You know, experimental drugs from the general in which is monoclonal antibody. They did that to a compassionate use program. Um, and that's a drug study right now for prevention for treatment early and treatment late in the disease. Well, we hope we've explained that for everybody out there because the same sorts of treatments are available to the general public as well. This is not reserved for those in high places. Right, Doctor? Well, that's right. The Regeneron isn't a study. So it's certainly available at some places, including Beaumont, a study we're running several of general studies. At Beaumont right now beautiful on DH but compassionate use. They're giving it out very rarely because they want to make sure there's enough. For the studies. Indeed, Dr Simms we would love to go on. And we will bug you again about this because people they want to be reassured. And when they hear your voice and your explanations about thes these potential Treatments or cures. If you will. They want to know all about it. We thank you for joining us and look forward to next time you're out with a certain Now, of course, be happy to be on again. Our pleasure from Beaumont Hospital, Dr Mathew Sims will get more coming up in a moment. Your phone calls to close out the show the rest of the way Right now. Dana Clark, W. J. R's traffic and weather first This report is sponsored by MGM Grand.
"dr mathew" Discussed on WJR 760
"Keep your the best informed audience and all of radio. It's great, Tio, have you along with us? We'll get to your phone calls coming up again Very, very shortly at 808 590957 right now, though, I want to welcome in a special guest. He is director of infectious disease Research for Beaumont Health and has been kind enough to join us in the past. And as we continue to watch developments with covert 19 and the like the president's condition, of course. Dr Mathew Sims is staying on top of it as well, because that is that's his job. Beaumont the Let me tell you something. When I was recently ill and had to go and get tested, I went to Beaumont went right through the entire process. Oh, and ah, it was almost painless. Except for the except for the blood drawn like it was absolutely painless. And they did a marvelous job Reassured after after doing the nasal swab and the blood tests that no, you don't have covert. Frank, You got something else here. And all I could say was covered. You missed one heck of a chance to take your best shot at me. And I was very all kidding aside. I was glad. Ah, not everybody is has been as fortunate. As you know, Dr Mathew Sims joining us on the other end of our line. The president diagnosed now and We were just wondering what the what? The changes hey, has seen on the medical level from from what we saw earlier when this thing was spreading so quickly, Dr Simms personal good morning and thank you for the time this morning. We really appreciate it. Good morning and happy to be here. You and your colleagues are Beaumont. They're just They're so good. And I had this. This illness had turned out, thankfully, not to be covert. But I tell you what covered missed one hell of a chance with me because way went Tio. What's that? I said, Let's hope it keeps missing. Yeah, exactly right. That's exactly right. You know, It's a great relief when that test comes back, and it says no, you're negative for coal. But I got to tell you and it's like, Yeah, Something's got me and I got a fever and all of this, but thank goodness it's not covert. Now the relief is ah mean it's palpable. It really is and people have been I have seen people throughout the community going through this for for quite a while now, ever since March, and I wonder what you're seeing at the at the hospital level as well. Are you seeing less panic out there among patients? Um You know, I don't know. It's a little less panic because, you know, we know a little more on the numbers are, um, I wouldn't say the numbers air down. Exactly. The numbers have been going up and down and up and down. It's hard to Addicts of any given moment where it is, and it's been sort of moving around the state. You know, the latest I've read is that Thea Peninsula is getting hit very hard right now. But you know, the hospital itself is not overloaded with Cove it the way it was in March, people. May You know the hospital much more of a normal hospital now with some cold. It, um, Low point was in June, but it's gone up since then. And, um, so I think people feel a little more comfortable dealing with cold and we have some things we can use to treat it, though it's still You know, it's it's still nowhere near what we would like to have in order to combat this this deadly virus. No, absolutely. I mean, you would love to have some sort of vaccine available, but it's just not there yet. It takes time for them to be developed. Well, ideally, we need a vaccine and we need a treatment for the people who get it despite vaccine or just get it. When they don't have a vaccine, we really need a very effective treatment. We have treatments that help that reduce mortality that reduced the length of stay. But they don't bring mortality down to, you know, close to zero when when we hear that The president has the virus like he does, and he goes to Walter Reed. And then we hear the treatment. He's getting taking room disappear. ISAT. Ah, Dex. Ah, Methadone. Is that how you say Sonia? Yes. And and other other potential remedies. What does How does that impact on the local level? Do you find patients come in and go. You know, I'm worried about this. Can you give me a prescription for rendez? Severe, Doc? Oh, what? What are you seeing? Can I have what the president had? Yeah, so it's you know, it's really very early to know how this is going to impact. You know people's actions and demand their desires. There's a number of things to think about. So the president has given a lot of different medications. Um, some of which, you know, make a lot of sense, some of which make Kind of sense, some of which may make perfect sense. If we knew, you know exactly. You know how he was. You know how he was when they gave him that medication. You know, there's still a lot of You know, I don't know what they're doing over there. You know, at any given moment, because I'm not in charge. I'm not taking care of him. Um, so there's nothing I would say. You know that they've done That incorrect. There are some treatment that I read. He was getting where I'm like. I don't know what that's going to do for Kobe. Like Pepcid, for example. On DH. Think is one of those theoretical things that might help but really hasn't been a good study to say it really helped yet, Um And, um You know a couple of other things in that range, and then he got his own object. Amethyst zone has very clearly been shown to help. But the key is to give it the right time. So you have to give it when the persons I pocket it doesn't You know that, And it's to reduce the inflammation of the lungs. Really, major reason for it, And you know Cupid has way take three stages..
"dr mathew" Discussed on WJR 760
"This is the guy Gordon Show on News Talk. 7 60 W. J. R. Mark Meadows says the president has mild symptoms that he is still working. That is all good news and he is resting in the residents of this point was heard from Kayleigh McEnany. We may hear from him soon and that will be Reassuring. What does this all mean? What are the likely treatments? And when will we know that the president is out of the woods? That's the most important thing we turn to Dr Mathew Sims, Beaumont Health director of Infectious Disease research, Doctor, A lot is James. Since you talked to Paul W. This morning, we've learned that he is suffering with mild symptoms. What does that tell us about the viral load and his prognosis? You know, it actually doesn't tell us anything about the viral load on DH. It doesn't really tell us much about his prognosis yet, um You know when people start becoming symptomatic, it's a spectrum. Some people get mild symptoms and they stopped. Some people start with mild symptoms, and then they get worse. And it's just very hard to predict which way a person could go that I have seen people who I would have sworn Should have ended up you know, in the I C u do just fine. And you know, go home, and I've seen people who I swear would have, you know should have been just fine end up on a ventilator or you did not make it. In Wen. Incredible really win. It hasn't Yeah, Generally, When will we know that he is less likely to have severe symptoms or perhaps to be incapacitated. Sure. 1 to 2 weeks. Pretty much Only that, you know. You know if he starts getting better on did also depends on what they need by mild symptoms. Right? So you know, I haven't heard what symptoms he's got so You can divide this. Virus or the response to this virus into sort of three parts, right? You have the viral part where you start getting fever and muscle aches and maybe a little cost. Um, And you know the sort of things we think of is I would get a virus on DH. Then you get the pulmonary phase, and that's when people did all the pneumonia and shortness of breath and the need for oxygen. And then following that, um, some some people go into what we call the hyper inflammatory days and that's when it starts affecting your other organs. Ronde. People really start to crash. Now you can crash from the pneumonia alot but really said hyper inflammatory stays. The problem is right now we really can't predict. Who's going to stay in in phase one who's goingto go to Phase two. But stay there and who is going to go all the way to face three and we can't predict how fast it's gonna happen. It's It's really like I said. It's just a difficult virus. Ah, lot of people are looking at this and said, You know, they were really strict in the White House that no one was allowed near the president unless they tested negative for the virus first. Corey Lewandowski was on talking about it today, and they were using the abbot. Quick test, which was, you know it is the one that gives the quickest results. What does this tell us about the accuracy of that test and does is it possible that we can overemphasize the importance of testing at the sacrifice of some other things or layering that mitigation which is strict mask wearing and also strict distancing? So no matter what we should be mask wearing a distancing Because here's the thing. Let's say you had a test that 99% accurate. That's a good right. How many people does the president see every day? Yeah, 100. That means that one time out of that one time today, it's going to be well. You know, for it could be wrong. It's not, you know. It only takes one time to slip by. The testing is good. It's helpful because it will stop. If it catches somebody they don't get in. But it doesn't mean it can't miss people exactly somewhere Two things I'm curious about..
"dr mathew" Discussed on WJR 760
"108 5909571 808 590 W. J R. Let's go to Tim and Browns Town and Tim, I would imagine you saw some of the things on your feet today. That probably got us whipped up a Zai wass. Yeah, it's uh you know, I look at it. I look at the country Isabel curve. The last on the right and we're talked in the fire ends of the bell curve. Crazy people on the lap of the crazy people on the right on all the people there just that civil to each other. But the reason I was calling is I blame the majority of this journalism and the drive by media. That has not stopped for four years going after this man, and you said you want a restart button? Well, then I suggest you got ties with journalists. Somebody has got to do something with the media because they're causing this divide. Well, they didn't cause them to get over. Tim, come on. And also did you did just watch the today show this morning? I thought Savannah Guthrie, I thought, Hoda I thought I wasn't leaping back and forth, but I have been watching Fox all day after that. I think those journalists are all striking the right tone. There is legitimate concern on the part of their part for the president, United States his wife, his Children, his family. I'm not saying all journalists, but the drive by CNN 24 7 Negative news, MSNBC 24 7 negative knows There's great journalists out there really good journalist, but they're they're standing back. They see what's happening, and they do nothing. They tried to take our president out guy. Then don't but his report It's just you used to be trusted. 80% of the population used to trust journalists used car salesmen. And you guys are you're eating yourselves from within with the Trump Derangement syndrome. You want the restart button journalism. Journalists need to step up to the plate and stop this madness. I would I would agree that and listen, I have been preaching from that gospel with within the halls of the newsroom's. I've worked in Tim that we've lost our relevance on a number of fronts, and that's where the reasons I love having this show because we can talk about things. That actually affect people not just chasing fire trucks and police cars. Thanks for your call. Let's get to the guy before I got time. A frightened girl. You know what? I don't want to do that. David's on the other end of our line, and David, I don't want to shortchange you here, and I have less than a minute left. So hang on the line, Marie, you as well And when we come back we've got Dr Mathew Sims is going to give us some Important information, and there are good takeaways from this about the reliance on testing. Testing does not protect you from the virus completely. It's no different than you having a front door on your house. A lock on the door, then a security system and then a gun if you need it. Okay, There are different levels of security and for too long in the White House. There has been. The strategy has been look, if we test a lot, we don't have to be as worried about masks and and social distancing. And we saw Tuesday night so we've got something we can learn here, and I've even seen this in a corporate setting where they worked, where they were a little loosey goosey about, Stephanie said. Well, but we've tested everybody. Well, Those tests are only as good as the results that you received an hour ago. And they think they can change. Let's get to Michael Steps. Tony Jr. Traffic first and good insights from the doctor. Next on the guy Gordon show. Hello. My This report is sponsored by unbound dot or GE. Right now, there are young people across the world facing a tough choice, continue their dream of education.
"dr mathew" Discussed on WJR 760
"Frank. And welcome back into the show. Once again, everybody thanks to everybody who made it possible. All of you for joining us. We're at the country Club of Boy overlooking the heather golf course. By the way, this is ah, maybe their best known golf course. I mean, it's a Robert Trent Jones layout for one of the legendary architect and, Ah It's it's a great piece of work at any rate will get back to your phone calls a little bit right now and introduce our next guest because he's here to talk about something that has really just become almost the The most used lexicon in our language, and that's CV 19 or cove. It very simple. And people in our community in the medical profession have been working tirelessly along with all sorts of different companies and agencies in our government. Teo hopefully come up with some sort of vaccine sooner rather than later. What are the chances? Well, let's find out from a man who knows all about what they're working on at Beaumont Hospital RoyalOak pieces director of infectious diseases, Dr Mathew Sims, and he's back with us on the Frank back when show Dr Sims. Good morning. I hope you're doing well and thanks for coming on again. Oh, you're welcome. I'm happy to be here. We heard all the horror stories of what was happening in our hospitals, lack of capacity for Ah for beds, ventilators and all of that protective equipment for the For the first responders. In this case, the nurses the doctors, etcetera have all those concerns pretty much dissipated by now, Dr Simms and were able to focus only on finding Ah, this this remedy for Kobe. You know, I wouldn't say they dissipated. Um, capacity is much better. And you know, the hospital has sort of found a new norm right now. Where? We're both dealing with business as usual and called it At the beginning of this, Obviously, we kind of Put businesses usual on the back burner stopped elective surgery stopped elective procedures just focused on Cove it on DH emergency issues. Um, And now we're Mohr that Kobe is just part of what we do. Personal protective equipment is better. You know, we're not as worried about shortages and I think things are sort of moving forward. Any time. One of these viruses like this begins to spread. It has impacts that that it seems no one ever anticipated. Where would you put? Ah, what would you put on that at the top of that list where covert is concerned? Things that way. There's no way we could have foreseen it. You know, I don't think we realized just how big an impact it was going to have on. You know, the country of the hole in the economy that that's been a huge issue. Of course, everybody knows Mom. You know, and I don't think that at the beginning of this we really realized just how many people were going to get affected on just how much death there was going to be from this. I think you're absolutely right on that and you know you get down to it. There's no way to Ah to predict that in advance on DH, even if you do, there's no way people who eventually fall victim to covert necessarily could have done anything to prevent it from happening, said But But a true story until we come up with some vaccine and Beaumont spin in the midst of trying to develop that, too, along with Henry Ford, and just I think everybody out there listening to your right now. Dr Mathew Sims at Beaumont is saying, Please tell me it's nearby. This this sort of for lack of a better term cure for covert. Okay, But But how do you feel? And what are you hearing from the From those who are looking into this this possible treatment. Sure so first of vaccine is much more of a prevention than a treatment. Obviously, the you know the goal is to stop people from getting it. Andi. That's important. That's what it's really going to take. Reopen the country kind of get back to normal. You are more vaccine development were Cove it then I think for everything else combined right now, Um, there's A couple of 100 different covert actions at their highest state developed there are probably between five and 10 that are way ahead of the pack. Um, and those are ones that are going through clinical trials. You know, there's been information out of Russia and out of China about moving forward with that seems without the formal clinical trial. That doesn't You'll work with the ethical standards in the United States for conducting research. Um So we have to go through the formal clinical trial process. We need to know that any vaccine we give somebody is number one and number two efficacious that it works. It's going to take the studies to show that now there are several studies that started, um or are starting right around now into their phase three, which is the final study. For FDA approval, and I think there's a good chance that order more of them will work. Um But it's going to take Some more time before we get there. Yeah, Exactly. Patients is is a real virtue here, and we're going to have to have it. There's no no rushing this. And once we've got it then then we'll talk about the impact of that. But we first of all I want to thank you again, Doctor Sims on behalf of all of us out here in radio land. We thank all of you who have become first responders against Kobe. So for all you're doing for all they do at Beaumont, Thanks so much, Dr Mathew Sims..
"dr mathew" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"To have shut things down also will be looking to that as well to see if there's any new messaging coming out from pence or others out there have been some protests and some of the states to reopen the the the local governments I heard a lot to watch for yes all right given who he burns for us or CVS and political reporter Caitlin always great to see you thank you so much more than three quarters of a million Americans have tested positive for the corona virus and more than forty thousand people have died that's nearly double the death toll from a week ago despite the rising numbers protesters in several states rallied against stay at home waters Monday at least Preston has the latest from New York City demonstrators in Pennsylvania rallied outside the state house in Harrisburg Monday to protest stay at home orders right I really really wish it would open this off the phone similar protests across the U. S. over the weekend the demonstrations come as cases of Kobe nineteen growing world parts of the country the number of cases connected to the Smithfield meat processing plant in South Dakota is now just shy of nine hundred and ten elderly patients at a health care facility in Minnesota died from the virus at western state psychiatric hospital in Washington there have been thirty four confirmed cases a staff member tells CBS news the hospital isn't doing enough to stop the spread I do believe that there's going to be a lot of deaths starting this week New York will test three thousand people for antibodies of the corona virus at testing sites like this one the governor hopes the sampling will give a clearer picture of how many new Yorkers might have been infected with covert nineteen this has to be a multi level government coordinator of project new York's governor says the death toll in the last twenty four hours is under five hundred for the first time in weeks no patience in this hall at all New York emergency room Dr Mathew bye took this video inside Mount Sinai queens he says there are fewer cases by patients arrive in worse condition the committee to the extreme or they have no pulse already order coming in reading really fast still there is reason for hope officials say discharges are east Preston CBS news New York oil prices fell below zero on Monday they reached negative price territory mainly due to technical reasons demand for oil has plummeted during the coronavirus crisis so much so that facilities storing crude oil are almost full Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival Benny Gantz have agreed to form a United emergency government under the new agreement Netanyahu will serve the first eighteen months as prime minister and then dance will serve for the next eighteen months this sends a year of political deadlock that forced Israel to hold three elections the emergency government prevents Israelis from having to go to the polls during the coronavirus crisis Netanyahu will likely still be in office while on trial for corruption charges eighteen people were killed during a rampage in Nova Scotia over the weekend the gunman was also killed in a shootout with police Nancy Chen has more on the investigation investigators are still working to unravel what happened over the weekend and rolled over Scotia about sixty miles north of Halifax but why a man opened fire on his neighbors and strangers still remains unclear it appears that some of the victims were known to the suspect and others were targeted and not known to the suspect police have identified the gunman as fifty one year old Gabriel workmen who live part time in the area you were poorly they dentures police say he first shot people at their homes late Saturday and set a handful of buildings on fire the shooting spree ended at this gas station about thirty miles away after nearly twelve hour pursuit investigators say workman was wearing a police uniform or an exact copy of one and was driving what looked like a police vehicle members are currently at sixteen crime scenes and port of pick and other communities in central and northern Nova Scotia to gather evidence and learn more about what occurred at each scene police say a woman is dead but did not reveal how he died one of his victims was royal mounted Canadian police constable Heidi Stevenson a twenty three year veteran of the force and mother of two the impact of this incident will extend from one end of the province to the other the crime left the community stunned Nash shootings are rare in Canada stuff like this happens we got a rally beginners people I loved ones in the community it's the deadly shooting attack in the country's history need to change CBS news we are going to take a quick break when we come back a new national registry to help pregnant women and new mothers understand the impact the corona virus can have on their babies plus we'll show you how contact tracing works and why health officials believe it's key to slowing the spread of the virus in their communities.
"dr mathew" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Your muscles so you can fall asleep as well so it's nice to know we're talking the same talk Theresa when we left we were talking about sleep solutions in the books that we love so I know that you had something you wanted to add yes whenever I want to know more about sleep my favorite go to book favorite favorite goes about maybe one of my favorite non fiction books of all time really I love this book is why we sleep by Dr Mathew has he's a professor of neuroscience and psychology at the university of California Berkeley Dr Walker said sleep is one of the most important but least understood aspects of our life wellness and longevity many of my clients tell me that to relax after a long day they sit down and they have one or two glasses of wine or cocktails before bed thinking it will relax and so they can sleep and you know it is relaxing and it may help you fall asleep but in reality a glass of wine or a cocktail can affect your circadian rhythm yes it can interfere with the quality of your sleep or it can lead to lighter more restless sleep which we like to costs are for sleeping you know you're not getting into that deeper sleep huh Dr Walker said alcohol is one of the most active suppressors of rem sleep generation so basically a blocks our ability to get into the ram cycle we often hear the term rem sleep but what actually goes on during rem sleep Dr.
"dr mathew" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"We need to be watching for for corona virus we talked to Dr Mathew sense infectious disease expert at Royal Oak Beaumont fever very common cough shortness of breath not quite sure how much body ache there is compared to flu flu still seems to have more in the way of body aches when you should get a test you know certainly if you're starting to get short of breath that's a sign that you should be seeing your doctor your doctor can make the decision of what to do with talking to epidemiologists and such people from the state department help member this is at this point a public health issue the first thing we would probably do is test for the flu because is a heck of a lot more flu right now than there is coronavirus lot more you know people talk about how many hundreds of thousands of cases corona virus now for over a hundred thousand six hundred and sixty I think we're so now it is again changing day by day right and then forty five forty six hundred deaths but there have been many more cases of flu and they're estimating ninety five thousand deaths from flu this year so far once testing becomes much more available I expected those guidelines might loosen up and we'll be doing more testing and that'll help us figure out how many people who are mildly inspector out there because that's really what's going to help us determine mortality and how far it spreads and things like that things that were estimating now but the estimates are sort of worst case scenario because we don't know how many people get it and basically have no symptoms Dr Matthew Simms infectious.
"dr mathew" Discussed on WTVN
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"Morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm no well king earlier this year the World Health Organization set a goal it wants to cut the number of deaths and serious injuries caused by snake bites in half now there is a treatment called anti venom and it is effective but a lot of people die before they can get it Amanda Ron check of our planet money podcast has a story of a random encounter that could lead to a solution a few years ago Dr Mathew Lewin was packing his medical kit to go on an expedition to the Philippines a place with no fewer than thirty three different species of venomous snakes no actually I was thinking what would I do if I were in a situation and somebody was bitten and I didn't have anti venom antivenom is complicated it's hard to manufacture it needs to be refrigerated and it's snake specific after seventy different venomous snakes in one place I can't carrier refrigerator with seventy different anti venoms that's not practical so he does the next best thing he packs a drug that isn't a cure instead it counters the paralysis that sometimes comes from snake bites it buys the victim more time then Lewin starts to wonder what is next time there isn't a doctor on the expedition who would mix the drug prepare the needles it was actually on the return trip that I had the idea like what if you could just get rid of the needles and so they do have as I was falling asleep on the plane was like why I wonder if you could just shoot this up your nose put it in a nasal spray Lewin it gets home to the bay area and you can't stop thinking about what is surprisingly practical solution this is no needles doesn't need to be refrigerated but for every hour he spends in the lab he spends thirty hours worrying about how to actually make this a business finally a friend says to him come on come to a party try to get me out of the house is going to this party at his friend's house is that a house owned by some guy named Jerry Harrison Lewin's like fine I'll go he gets to the party and there are a few dozen people milling about drinking Spitzer's music's playing and Lewin he's the guy being anti social in the kitchen and there was a little snippet of paper on the side of the refrigerator and it said Jerry Harrison makes other people's visions happen and he's like huh it's intriguing some minutes later Jerry does anybody have any crazy ideas that are lying fallow and I just blurted out nasal spray for snake bite the match started explaining how enormous the problem of state by this now Jerry Harrison at this moment you introduce yourself although I do less of it I'm a musician and music producer I was in the band the modern lovers.
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"L. A. R. A. dot com this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green and I'm no well king earlier this year the World Health Organization set a goal it wants to cut the number of deaths and serious injuries caused by snake bites in half now there is a treatment called anti venom and it is effective but a lot of people die before they can get it Amanda around check of our planet money podcast has a story of a random encounter that could lead to a solution a few years ago Dr Mathew Lewin was packing his medical kit to go on an expedition to the Philippines a place with no fewer than thirty three different species of venomous snakes no actually I was thinking what would I do if I were in a situation and somebody was bitten and I didn't have anti venom antivenom is complicated it's hard to manufacture it needs to be refrigerated and it's snake specific after seventy different venomous snakes in one place I can't carry a refrigerator with seventy different anti venoms that's not practical so he does the next best thing he packs a drug that isn't a cure instead it counters the paralysis that sometimes comes from snake bites it buys the victim more time then Lewin starts to wonder what is next time there isn't a doctor on the expedition who would mix the drug prepare the needles it was actually on the return trip that I had the ideal level what if you could just get rid of the needles and survey DM as I was falling asleep on the plane was like why I wonder if you could just shoot this up your nose put it in a nasal spray Lewin gets home to the bay area and you can't stop thinking about what is surprisingly practical solution this is no needles doesn't need to be refrigerated but for every hour he spends in the lab he spends thirty hours worrying about how to actually make this a business finally a friend says to him come on come to a party try to get me out of the house is going to this party at his friend's house is that a house owned by some guy named Jerry Harrison Lewin's like fine I'll go he gets to the party and there are a few dozen people milling about drinking Spitzer's music's playing and Lewin he's the guy being anti social in the kitchen and there was a little snippet of paper on the side of the refrigerator and it said Jerry Harrison makes other people's visions happen and he's like huh reading some minutes later Gerry says does anybody have any crazy ideas that are lying fallow and I just blurted out nasal spray for snake bite and Matt started explaining how enormous the problem of state by this now Jerry Harrison at this moment can you introduce yourself although I do less of it I'm a musician and music producer I was in the band the modern.
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"A little more. news tonight in Dr Mathew armed guard did we're talking about the new technologies. actually. put thoughts in your head actually give you memories that you didn't have to do it with my style weather so speculating on different aspects of this the DARPA's working on with the Arizona State University we go to calls out at eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one let's go to Jeff in Texas hi Jeff you're on ground zero. enjoy the program thank you. basically had three areas that I wanted to get information on but I think the good doctor that they're already dressed one of them's talaga geographical what kind of geographical area could be targeted. and it sounds like it has to be close proximity versus you know three square city blocks for thirty square miles I don't know that is correct I'm thinking that has to be closer proximity than say thirty square mile there there there there are those that can do it from long distances in that right doctor and guard. so the in terms of the now again I'm I'm going from again what I call the standard model which is which is to taking the idea that these military electromagnetic anti personnel weapons I have some how been co opted or or improvised by criminal elements and they require a tight. a tight beam. for the most part and and under the standard idea that standard vision of it I'm not saying that's the only one that's correct but in order for the beam to maintain its fidelity the range is pretty limited and you know back of the envelope estimation I would say within a thousand meters because beyond that atmospheric particulates and water vapor Bob will degrade the fidelity of the beam. well yes if I could come in there if it's if it's a laser that's very possible if it's a particle beam weapon then a laser will be used to create a wave guide that wave guide will go all the way through the atmosphere and can easily come from satellite thousands of kilometers above and I thought doctor John home address that he did book well he addressed it on a show to prior to when doctor armed guard was on he addressed the fact that now it's becoming so advanced that satellite tech can be used to target also we could be used to triangulate and paying certain individuals which you know you dispatch anything from there I mean not just the idea that you're using active dial weapons on the mind to get it to think one thing or to become passive ordered them all as other things I mean we can use a dispatch drones we use a dispatch anything that could you know disruptor day pretty bad the same so you know it's advanced no it's not new it's been around since the late nineties right the wave guide is particularly something I know about because that's exactly how we move weather systems from the South Pacific up along the coast in bypass California to keep it in a drought condition we.
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"Member Dr Mathew Eugene who's originally from Haiti he told me about the best part of this tradition this is. when I see people normally carbon people people from all countries are free for police got a buddy comes together to sit with her and brought her mom from Texas to experience this and didn't care that it rained hard for more than an hour. what do you think the termination of the time even though it's. Texas Rangers. we have to do it you know so on your ring Conn ten ten wins on eastern parkway wins news time three oh seven a masked gunman was killed early this morning in a wild shootout with police in Brooklyn it started when officers in an unmarked car spotted a man wearing a mask around two thirty Monday morning at Howard and do mon avenues and tried to question him he took off on video we have him turning firing at the cop car I well the office of wood exited the car then engages him chief of department Terrence Monahan says thankfully only the cruiser was hit by a bullet but the suspect wasn't done a half hour later police responded to a report of a man trying to break into a Howard Avenue home as uniform patrol officers gained entry to the backyard they were fired upon numerous times and exchanged gunfire with the same perpetrator he says they fired off fifty five rounds the suspect later pronounced dead at Brookdale hospital a hand gun was recovered Samantha leap intended wins in Brownsville a gunman's identity has not been released Wednesday's time three oh eight Happy Birthday to a life changing American invention Thomas Edison Steve Jobs Bill Gates and Donald Wetzel wet so you say well now he's ninety three any invented the ATM debuted on this day in nineteen sixty nine and what was the chemical bank here in Rockville center at that time you could only get to a bank between nine and three in the ATM change the world I was partners initially thought Wetzel was you know kind of out there I thought I was straight yeah it was a hard sell because it is such a new idea that nobody ever dreamed that the machine click toss out money and be secure and safe that was the hardest part so as you take out your cash today. say thanks Donald Wetzel one shot ten ten wins in Rockville center when's news time three oh nine Mister gill net the find another like the capitol one favor card four percent cash back on dining and entertaining that's four percent cash back on milk shakes with.
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"One is they observable thing that sleep you know they're sleeping they're not awake the second explains dr mathew kumar is a medically induced hypothermia what type of you know your body metabolic rate comes down it comes down about seventy eight percent for each one degree drop in body temperature and when your metabolic rate drops so does your need for things such as oxygen and food already researchers have been able to use chemicals to adduce hypothermic state while minimizing possible side effects while more study is needed dr kumar is optimistic i'm excited i'm completely totally sold on this because in my lifetime i'm gonna see somebody a fellow human land on mars that's just incredible for the mayo clinic news network i'm joel street rush limbaugh is next at ten ripped off on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o v it is springtime in new mexico i'm bob clark along with our producer jeniffer davis here on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o be happy good friday and we hope you all have a wonderful easter weekend today what we're doing here in the nine o'clock hour we're gonna have special weekday edition of new mexico garden talk with recaps in from jericho nursery his show airs every other saturday at eleven am your your your show last week it was saturday morning right and then so to be computer corner tomorrow morning so we have rick in with us today because what springtime here i know a lot of you are dealing starting to think about your your landscaping your yard you're trees your shrubs and bushes and of course the weeds and the passengers in any disease that you're dealing with rick and take any of your questions that you have form here.
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"You know they're sleeping they're not await the second explains dr mathew kumar is a medically induced hypothermia what type of you know your body metabolic rate comes down it comes down about seventy eight percent for each one degree drop in body temperature and when your metabolic rate drops so does your need for things such as oxygen and food already researchers have been able to use chemicals to adduce a hypothermic state while minimizing possible side effects while more study is needed dr kumar is optimistic i'm excited i'm completely totally sold on us because in my lifetime i'm going to see somebody a fellow human land on mars that's just incredible for the mayo clinic news network i'm joel street we know it's scary i'm tax attorney steve moskowitz and we've defended clients for over thirty years whether you think you the most innocent person on the planet or you've done some things you wish you hadn't you're entitled to a vigorous and knowledgeable defense here at moskowitz llp we have defended and successfully resolved thousands of tax audits and unlike a cpa they can be called by the government to testify against you we offer you the protection of attorney client privilege and we can never be forced to reveal your secrets we know that part of a winning defense is not only the art of persuasion but also employing the legal strategies they'd get you the best overall result now and for the future moskowitz llp wants you to know that your auditor does not have the final say you have many ways to prevail if you're facing an audit call the tax law firm of moskowitz llp at eight eight taxdeal that's eight eight eight taxdeal or moskowitz llp dot com.