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"dr poland" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"dr poland" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This is why I love your guys Show your colors and your listeners are so informed, and they asked good questions. This is a great question that we scientists are wrestling with What we know is that a handful of people we've been able to document reinfection. We know is that when we've looked at people who got infected and we look at how long their antibodies last we're up to about 56 months. That's a time phenomena. Will it continue to protect some and not others? We don't yet know. So our best. Yes is that we'll get the vaccine and likely, perhaps like a flu vaccine. We might need boosters don't know that for sure. But that seems to kind of be the way things are going. The color also asked about well, there'll be other Corona viruses. I would say very likely, Yes, we've had three novel virus Corona virus has jumped the species barrier that, in fact, humans there's no reason to think that won't continue to happen Will let's just say a coded 25. Will we be protected against that by a vaccine against Kobe, 20 or 19? Who knows? We have to wait till we get there. We have about a minute left, and I just want to know you really depressing me. I mean, you know you're saying stuff like we're in for a deadly winner. You know, usually you're such an upbeat person. Your last message. Ah, couple of weeks ago was stay positive test. Negative. You have any good news for us before we run off the air? Well, you know, I think the good news is that we're making progress with that scenes. The other thing is that there was a new monoclonal antibody approved by the FDA yesterday by emergency use authorization. And, you know, I hate to be the bearer of bad news. But you know, as a scientist and a physician, we're obligated. To educate people about that, so they can take precautions and protect themselves. And this is a phase for everybody that can hear my voice. This is a phase where I would plead with you. Take this seriously. I know where we're all tired of Kobe precautions, but we have really entered an exponential face here, and this is really important for your health and for your family and for your community. All right, Dr. Poland. Hopefully, things will improve next week. Thanks. So we'll talk to you. All right, Doctor, Dr. Gregory Poling the man when we get back, maybe a record you've heard You've heard a bomb Get.

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"dr poland" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:16 min | 6 months ago

"dr poland" Discussed on 710 WOR

"One of our favorites from the Mayo Clinic. We have a doctor Poland hotline where people have left a whole bunch of questions that hotline numbers 9295757929. That's 9295757929 before we get to the next question, Michael, you know, Dr Poland asked us both to write articles for him about our dealing with covert 19 being radios. And we sent him those articles for the journal he puts out and he said the articles were great. Perfect. No revisions needed. Right, Doc. I don't think it was quite that way. But you know, they are great. They actually are great. I'm going to send him back to you guys with a couple of ideas. But we're going to publish them. And we like the perspective articles because they do help vaccine scientists. You know all of us that are locked up in lab to kind of know from they walk a life. What is this done? People's lives and part serves as a motivation for you know, this is nine months of 14 16 hour days. Andi, I think it helps people to keep that perspective. So thank you for doing it. So I just have to have to ask you, Dr. Grey dreaming If you pick up Vanity Fair this month, you'll see a five page spread of an article that I wrote and They did not send it back to me for revisions, okay? Yeah, you know, not all publications are the same quality. I will die. I will tell you talk. You could set the article's back as many times as you want. But Riedel and I have decided you've got one shot. We wrote it What? You're paying us. That's it, Doc, so said about but it's like voting by mail. You don't know what's gonna happen. All right, Let's go. Teo. Helen has a question about kids and the vaccine. Hi, I'm Ellen met from East Brunswick, New Jersey. My question of how Vaccines for chancellor or this specific taxi is being developed with Children. And if you give us a status of them And if there are any side effects That have been discovered. As of yet, thank you. A good question, and this is a pretty easy one. No Children have been tested at all in the US with any its front runner vaccine, so we don't know anything about how Children might react. To the vaccine. There are plans now to enroll Children down to age 12 years, but that hasn't happened yet. So no data yet. All right. Good question from Don in Belle Harbor. Go backto. This is bound from Belle Harbor, New York Thie. Other day I heard that the CDC new report came out. And they said that 85% of the people tested of the Corona virus. Cold War mask. Tom London. You know, it's really the mast, the idea or more common in from the eyes. We would be better to have a face mask. I mean, a face shield. Instead of a mask was 85% that's ah Yeah, I think I think that statistic may have gotten kind of turned around. It's not the case that a 5% of people who wear masks have gotten code it anyway. But the underlying premise to question Is a good one, because it gives us a chance to talk about mass and face shields. So the safest thing to do if you could only choose one would be a mask. The next heir, not the next best thing, but the safest thing would be to wear a mask and a face shield. That's what we were when we're seeing patients because, of course, we don't know who's infected and who isn't So again, A Trump asked. One properly is your best defense. If you want to add a face shield to that that's great. You are adding benefit because You can introduce the virus through the eyes. All right, Dr Gregory, Poland. I think this is a terrific We have a lot more, but we don't have time for him here. We'll get to some of them next week and again if listeners I want to leave a question for you on our Dr Poland hotline, that phone number is 9 to 9575792992957579 to nine, and it's far ascending back Michael and my articles to us for revisions, you know, Save the postage, Doc. Okay, sending them to Natalie. She takes care of every everybody You go. There you go. We'll stay. Stay positive, but test negative. There you go. I like that phrase. I like that. That's good. Berman. Mabel sent him a T shirt. Berman Redl 2020 stay positive test. Negative. There you go. That's that's the best slogan We've heard. That's that you win. You win a T shirt. Dr. Gregory. It's more than we're getting for that article We wrote. All right, Doc, talk to you next week, pal. He's a He's a great guy, Mike. A lot of times the latest news headlines at 8 30 Good morning to you, Joe Bartlett. Good morning. Guys must have had some really lousy work on those articles that you wrote here that he has to spend the bath. He was pretty poor. Don't start with us. At least they asked us, Joe, He didn't ask you anything. All right, Hold on. Hold on. Let's just listen closely to Joe's newscast and see how well he does. Okay, let's see what a writer he is. Okay. When we know Terry Terry the news he wrote anything. Joe does not just apostrophe. Okay, Go ahead. Knock yourself. It's nothing until I say it. Michael 30, people arrested in Brooklyn demonstrators taking to the streets to protest a police shooting in Philadelphia. They killed a black man who was armed with a knife. Here in Brooklyn. A car drove through a group of cops. Trash cans were set on fire. Cop cars even damage. The violence in the looting continued in Philadelphia's well, despite pleased by the man's father, Walter Wallace, senior helped me and my family They show this And they make it look like we're animals, and he's not. So you know me. Isa right? Walter Wallace.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Welcome to Mayo Clinic. Dr Helena's Alka. We're here recording this podcast. Any Eighth Two thousand twenty. I have the pleasure again of having with me. Dr Greg Poland after Poland's an infectious disease expert as well as Being of our Rajistan indexing expert here at the Mayo Clinic. Thanks for being here. Dr Poland could be here so glad to have you. You know this has been a really somber week in terms of the covy nineteen pandemic. We've been hearing over and over that this could be the deadliest week ever for the United States in terms of this pandemic. Could you give us an update? I think you're right that the the numbers and the trends are leading that way we are now just below one and a half million cases worldwide with eighty three thousand deaths in the US. We now passed four hundred thousand cases with about thirteen thousand deaths and yet there are some hopeful signs. There has been a bit of a plant show in New York City. Which is really been an epicenter of the pandemic in the US? Now it's it's starting to spread to other areas but it does show that with out of the kinds of social distancing and other public health maneuvers that it it takes a little while but it actually does work in powerful thing to do in terms of controlling this virus in its spread so in spite of telling us this could be very deadly week. We've also heard from the CD that the numbers may not be as high here in the United States as well. How do you explain that you're very right? You know the initial projections called for somewhere. Two hundred thousand to as many as about one point seven million deaths and I've looked at those same numbers I've looked at the kinetics of transmission with this virus in its reproductive number as I said in the US were at about thirteen thousand deaths. I don't see US getting even to that bottom number. I see us being more. Perhaps in the fifty thousand deaths range which which is bad enough. But you know again to put that into perspective. We've had about thirty thousand Americans die of influenza this flu season so while this is a if you will then then flew or an influenza and certainly causes more in the way of of severe disease and death this controllable by the kinds of maneuvers. We've talked about all along this week. We heard that tiger in the Bronx Zoo was infected with covert nineteen after coming in contact with zookeeper. How that happened. And what does it mean for people in their pets? We don't know a lot of details other than the zookeeper was ill. The Tiger got it then spread it to some other tigers in alliance. I don't know if that means when they say tested positive. Was it positive for stars Kobe to? That's quite possible. We know that in the laboratory you can spread this virus. Two ferrets into cats that has not been seen with dogs and I should hasten to say that cats and dogs trade. Their own corona viruses. That don't move to humans So so there is some uncertainty around that the case now the CDC in response to that and actually beforehand made the recommendation again out of an abundance of caution to say that. If you or somebody in your household is ill with Kovic nineteen that you should not have contact with your pet now. There is no indication that I am aware of of a pet spreading to a humid. So we don't have to worry in that in that direction and I think that this is a gonNa turn out to be something very rare and uncommon. Let's turn to another topic. Vaccines obviously like to be able to prevent future infections of covert nineteen. Can you tell us where we are in terms of developing a vaccine? You know it's interesting that a lot of groups now are getting involved in terms of vaccine development. Our own group back here at Mayo Clinic but there are some sixty vaccine candidates six. Oh next scene candidates that are being bandied about. There's only one actually in phase one clinical trials here in the US and this is actually the start at the fourth week of that trial. They will enroll a total of forty five individuals and then we hope that within the next few weeks to a month. We'll have the data from that trial and the determination whether to take that into face to testing everybody else is not yet at the phase one mark practically for us. When does that mean we might have a vaccine? That's a that's a really tough question. I think an optimistic and I'm GONNA say very optimistic. Milestone might be the eighteen to twenty four month time period. So that's a ways off it really it really. Is I think what that means in your senior at Mayo Clinic in other leading medical institutions. You're seeing bridge. Therapies developed so for example. I think another piece of very good news. Is that Mayo? Clinic was named the National Coordinating Center for plasma-derived therapies. What that means. Is that once somebody recovers from this infection. We can take their blood harvest. The plasma which is enriched with antibodies against Kobe nineteen and then use that as a therapy for people who might have more severe disease. So that's something we can be doing immediately. Following with that will be the development and continued clinical trials of antivirals and then I think lingering farther out from their beck seen development so a lot of amazing things going on. You know when you you really right. I I mentioned it before and I never cease to be amazed canvas that we call. Cova nineteen was blank thirteen weeks ago. It were no dots on the canvas at all and when you think of what. Collaboratively internationally has happened in terms of the generation of new knowledge. It's it's sounding in just twelve weeks Greg Bird. He told me that you have some tips for staying well and feeling better during covert. Yeah I kind of developed it Because today actually is the one hundredth day since. Who was notified about this cluster of unidentified in unusual pneumonia cases in Wuhan China? So so I thought of you know. Okay it's been a hundred days and we might have another hundred days in front of us. It's hard to know. So what can people do at this midpoint? Let's call it and some of these are kind of obvious. But I thought I'd I'd speak to ten things that collectively there's good evidence to support their value number one a media fast and what. I mean by DAD is. I don't think it's good in the data was Would suggest it's not good to sit in front of the TV all day. You know were at home. Were teleworking were going to school. From from a distance you know. Pay attention to the news. Maybe thirty minutes in the morning and thirty minutes in the evening or something but then do something else. The other thing is eat right. The tendency is going to be to reach for snack foods to reach for easy quick Processed foods to prepare. So this is an opportunity to take time. My wife and I cooked together. Well she does the cooking. I do the eating the. Don't forget about slate. This is a stressful time for people and eating right sleeping in the next one. Exercise are really things that we know improve your immune system and you want to be as healthy as you can be number five would be to connect with others. We are social creatures. Were meant to be in community with one another. That may have to be using technology as were doing. It might be a phone call. Might be Google hangout or facebook but put connect with people. Number six sounds easy to say. It's a little harder to practice. And that is even in the midst of this trial gratitude and positive thinking go along way. My daughter Actually keeps a gratitude journal and tries to keep a healthy perspective number. Seven is faith whatever your spiritual beliefs. Faith turns out to be a big driver of wellbeing when people are stressed in fearful and uncertain conditions. Number aid is to have routines and to build fun into that routines. Turn out to be very important in human behavior. Number nine is helped somebody else. It might be a neighbor Where where you have to go shopping or deliver something. Maybe you can help your neighbor so that you don't have to people going out just one and then. The last thing is embark on learning something new. There's a lot of people stuck at home if you will. This would be a fabulous time particularly as a family to say. Let's let's learn something important together. Let's learn something that will use the rest of our lives? This is a wonderful opportunity to do. So those are great. I think it's Especially thought provoking that. It's Easter which is an important holiday. For many religious individuals has been in the United States and that sort of promise in hope of you life or spring in so what a good time to be to be thinking that way absolutely I think again you know regardless of your of your faith believe believing in something bigger than your circumstances is really important you know for us it. Mayo Clinic. It's it's our. It's not only our our families in our personal beliefs but our work belief right. We all know these same seven words. The needs of the patient come first in week coal less around that because we believe in in that bigger thing called. Mayo Clinic and then the next thing is what what are your community beliefs and then your spiritual beliefs. I think it's a it's it's a. It's a rock to kind of hold onto during.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Welcome to Mayo Clinic. Dr Helena's Alka. We're here recording this podcast. Any Eighth Two thousand twenty. I have the pleasure again of having with me. Dr Greg Poland after Poland's an infectious disease expert as well as Being of our Rajistan indexing expert here at the Mayo Clinic. Thanks for being here. Dr Poland could be here so glad to have you. You know this has been a really somber week in terms of the covy nineteen pandemic. We've been hearing over and over that this could be the deadliest week ever for the United States in terms of this pandemic. Could you give us an update? I think you're right that the the numbers and the trends are leading that way we are now just below one and a half million cases worldwide with eighty three thousand deaths in the US. We now passed four hundred thousand cases with about thirteen thousand deaths and yet there are some hopeful signs. There has been a bit of a plant show in New York City. Which is really been an epicenter of the pandemic in the US? Now it's it's starting to spread to other areas but it does show that with out of the kinds of social distancing and other public health maneuvers that it it takes a little while but it actually does work in powerful thing to do in terms of controlling this virus in its spread so in spite of telling us this could be very deadly week. We've also heard from the CD that the numbers may not be as high here in the United States as well. How do you explain that you're very right? You know the initial projections called for somewhere. Two hundred thousand to as many as about one point seven million deaths and I've looked at those same numbers I've looked at the kinetics of transmission with this virus in its reproductive number as I said in the US were at about thirteen thousand deaths. I don't see US getting even to that bottom number. I see us being more. Perhaps in the fifty thousand deaths range which which is bad enough. But you know again to put that into perspective. We've had about thirty thousand Americans die of influenza this flu season so while this is a if you will then then flew or an influenza and certainly causes more in the way of of severe disease and death this controllable by the kinds of maneuvers. We've talked about all along this week. We heard that tiger in the Bronx Zoo was infected with covert nineteen after coming in contact with zookeeper. How that happened. And what does it mean for people in their pets? We don't know a lot of details other than the zookeeper was ill. The Tiger got it then spread it to some other tigers in alliance. I don't know if that means when they say tested positive. Was it positive for stars Kobe to? That's quite possible. We know that in the laboratory you can spread this virus. Two ferrets into cats that has not been seen with dogs and I should hasten to say that cats and dogs trade. Their own corona viruses. That don't move to humans So so there is some uncertainty around that the case now the CDC in response to that and actually beforehand made the recommendation again out of an abundance of caution to say that. If you or somebody in your household is ill with Kovic nineteen that you should not have contact with your pet now. There is no indication that I am aware of of a pet spreading to a humid. So we don't have to worry in that in that direction and I think that this is a gonNa turn out to be something very rare and uncommon. Let's turn to another topic. Vaccines obviously like to be able to prevent future infections of covert nineteen. Can you tell us where we are in terms of developing a vaccine? You know it's interesting that a lot of groups now are getting involved in terms of vaccine development. Our own group here at Mayo Clinic but there are some sixty vaccine candidates six. Oh next scene candidates that are being bandied about. There's only one actually in phase one clinical trials here in the US and this is actually the start at the fourth week of that trial. They will enroll a total of forty five individuals and then we hope that within the next few weeks to a month. We'll have the data from that trial and the determination whether to take that into face to testing everybody else is not yet at the phase one mark practically for us. When does that mean we might have a vaccine? That's a that's a really tough question. I think an optimistic and I'm GONNA say very optimistic. Milestone might be the eighteen to twenty four month time period. So that's a ways off it really it really. Is I think what that means in your senior at Mayo Clinic in other leading medical institutions. You're seeing bridge. Therapies developed so for example. I think another piece of very good news. Is that Mayo? Clinic was named the National Coordinating Center for plasma-derived therapies. What that means. Is that once somebody recovers from this infection. We can take their blood harvest. The plasma which is enriched with antibodies against Kobe nineteen and then use that as a therapy for people who might have more severe disease. So that's something we can be doing immediately. Following with that will be the development and continued clinical trials of antivirals and then I think lingering farther out from their beck seen development so a lot of amazing things going on. You know when you you really right. I I mentioned it before and I never cease to be amazed canvas that we call. Cova nineteen was blank thirteen weeks ago. It were no dots on the canvas at all and when you think of what. Collaboratively internationally has happened in terms of the generation of new knowledge. It's it's sounding in just twelve weeks Greg Bird. He told me that you have some tips for staying well and feeling better during covert. Yeah I kind of developed it Because today actually is the one hundredth day since. Who was notified about this cluster of unidentified in unusual pneumonia cases in Wuhan China? So so I thought of you know. Okay it's been a hundred days and we might have another hundred days in front of us. It's hard to know. So what can people do at this midpoint? Let's call it and some of these are kind of obvious. But I thought I'd I'd speak to ten things that collectively there's good evidence to support their value number one a media fast and what. I mean by DAD is. I don't think it's good in the data was Would suggest it's not good to sit in front of the TV all day. You know were at home. Were teleworking were going to school. From from a distance you know. Pay attention to the news. Maybe thirty minutes in the morning and thirty minutes in the evening or something but then do something else. The other thing is eat right. The tendency is going to be to reach for snack foods to reach for easy quick Processed foods to prepare. So this is an opportunity to take time. My wife and I cooked together. Well she does the cooking. I do the eating the. Don't forget about slate. This is a stressful time for people and eating right sleeping in the next one exercise things that we know improve your immune system and you want to be as healthy as you can be number five would be to connect with others. We are social creatures. Were meant to be in community with one another. That may have to be using technology as were doing. It might be a phone call. Might be Google hangout or facebook but put connect with people. Number six sounds easy to say. It's a little harder to practice. And that is even in the midst of this trial gratitude and positive thinking go along way. My daughter Actually keeps a gratitude journal and tries to keep a healthy perspective number. Seven is faith whatever your spiritual beliefs. Faith turns out to be a big driver of wellbeing when people are stressed in fearful and uncertain conditions. Number aid is to have routines and to build fun into that routines. Turn out to be very important in human behavior. Number nine is helped somebody else. It might be a neighbor Where where you have to go shopping or deliver something. Maybe you can help your neighbor so that you don't have to people going out just one and then. The last thing is embark on learning something new. There's a lot of people stuck at home if you will. This would be a fabulous time particularly as a family to say. Let's let's learn something important together. Let's learn something that will use the rest of our lives? This is a wonderful opportunity to do. So those are great. I think it's Especially thought provoking that. It's Easter which is an important holiday. For many religious individuals has been in the United States. And that sort of promise in hope of you life or bring in so what a good time to be to be thinking that way absolutely I think again you know regardless of your of your faith believe believing in something bigger than your circumstances is really important you know for us it. Mayo Clinic. It's it's our. It's not only our our families in our personal beliefs but our work belief right. We all know these same seven words. The needs of the patient come first in week coal less around that because we believe in in that bigger thing called. Mayo Clinic and then the next thing is what what are your community beliefs and then your spiritual beliefs. I think it's a it's it's a. It's a rock to kind of hold onto during.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"Dr Poland good to talk to you again. Always happy to be here. Hopefully those. This won't last too long but we don't know how long do we know we built and You know as we've talked a bit Before there's this lag period between what we see and what happens two weeks from now so I continue to believe since we have not reached the peak of this yet nor have we seen the spread from the large EPI centers like New York and Washington happen with their full force to other area I think we're in for this month not week. We're recording this interview on March Twenty Fifth and the first question that we have is more a comment from a youtube viewer. Who said speaking of spread you in? Dr Sides are too close and so just so that you know Dr Poland. We are no longer close and he has tape measure. Why are you not practicing social distancing one recording and you know what that is a good question and we are we miss for not practicing what we preach even watched. You guys didn't enter my mind too that betting and Tracy sometimes forgets that. I'm at high risk for this. Covert nineteen. She stays over there. I stay over here good question. Thanks for alerting us to that. All Right Fifty. Five thousand cases so far twenty six thousand of those in New York eight hundred and nine deaths about what you expected yet. That's a case fatality rate of about one point three or so percent very different than the world which is four point five percent very different than Italy which is closer to eight percent so in that respect were doing well. The one thing that I do worry about is the idea that okay people have kind of been hunkered down or maybe a week or two and they're already starting to say well. Maybe this will just be another week. I cannot see I cannot be at that will be the case. We have not hit the peak yet. We have. We have longer to go with the and isn't the case that once we hit that peak then fourteen days. We have to wait or twelve days. We need to have some sort of timer in our head. You're thinking in the right direction but it it really works this way. It fourteen to twenty days after we see a sharp downturn or even elimination of cases. If you want to be really safe before you relax those restrictions all right another question from a listener. What items in my home or office should be disinfected? Yeah I think We'll we'll maybe start this way You have a much easier job in your home. Assuming nobody's infected with cleaning your hands when you come into your house so first thing you do is clear hand after that it is Of course your telephone. We touch our cell phones all day long. No matter where we are. We're probably contaminating the keyboard of your computer. Anything that you touch regularly the bathroom and spink Boston doorknobs in out of your home. Those are the those are the areas that are touched by everybody multiple times a day. Can you order take out food? While you're sheltering in place Dr Poland. Yeah And I actually think that takeout food and even ordering groceries for high risk. People is a smart idea. does it completely eliminate the risk. Nothing can or will but it diminishes the arrest and as we've talked about before what you're really trying to do is put layers of protection around you each one decreasing your risks that in Psalms. Your total risk is has low as you can easily drive it all right next question. Is it okay to eat in a restaurant? If you practice social distancing I think the concern there is several fold number one You have you have grabbed the door knob to enter the restaurant. You have touched the table. You don't know about the silverware. You have touched a menu. You have somebody else Preparing and touching your food carrying it to you. I've seen waiters carry a glass of fluid To waiting People in the restaurant with their finger their thumb inside the glass So you're just you're adding risk when you don't need to address and then some areas of course. The the governor's or the mayors have shut down Restaurant in in person edict. Next question comes from someone who's thinking about summertime and wants to know if they should cancel their summer time travel plans. I think depending on what they're thinking of. Would I lie to Italy this summer? No or China now If they're talking about what we're going to get in the car and drive eight hours be you know My healthy adult child and grandchild. I think it's too early. No but I wouldn't necessarily put those plan Cancel those plans. I just put them on. Hold and watch and wait just pencil them in for now. Yeah all right way to put it next question. How long can the virus live on different surfaces and also in the air? This is a really good question. And let me explain the Roughly Twenty three studies. That have been done. The latest one that came out in the New England Journal week or so ago and and people have to be careful to interpret this. They put together. I realized conditions for virus conditions which generally don't exist and they have the chamber and Aris the lives of Irish again that does not reflect reality. What do you mean what I'd say? Era Celeste because the difference between Arizona's -Ation and droplets. Okay good really key principle. Erris the live virus is Small amounts of virus without the large Mucus Dropped are often carrying it that can float and stay in the air for very long periods of time that generally happens with water called Aristotle leising producing procedures for example when you're intimidating somebody or they're having a bronchoscopy or something like that the the common nested that is Causing transmitted virus in the population is large respiratory droplet. This these are the coughs sneezes Where you have virus carried on mucus droplets. You can actually see the droplets. We may not be able to Stephen. Against the backdrop. You could see them okay But but they they do not float in the air and they drop quickly down to the ground. That's why the social distance thing. Ideally of six to ten feet work that now is that also why Measles is such so much more likely to be spread because it will stay in an aerosol in the in the air and not just on droplets at -olutely and in fact you know if the three of us were susceptible to measles and we walked into a room where somebody with measles had been eight hours ago. Likely all three of US would get that disease now this this idea of persistence on surfaces. So what the other twenty two studies have shown and the recent look at the Diamond Princess cruise ship is they found virus. Seventeen days after that cruise ship had been empty. We don't know if it was viable virus meaning virus that could still infect you but this is consistent with what a variety of studies have shown. Is that if you have somebody coughing? Sneezing symptomatic Kobe nineteen you. Can you can detect this on the surfaces of that room now. It's exquisitely sensitive to the proper disinfecting fluid that you would use to clean a room whether it's the dilute bleach sure Other approved disinfect. That so so it's a it's a key strategy in dealing with this because it is thought that this virus started in animals and then crossed over to humans. Our next question wants to know. Can Our pets get the virus and then transmit it to other people dogs In particular do have corona viruses but not the type that infect humans at least not commonly dogs actually have corona virus vaccine That that is made for that in terms of this corona virus stars. Kobe to that virus is not carried by our pets. We are not infecting our pets and our pets are not infecting up however out of an abundance of caution see did release a statement saying that if you have Symptomatic Co bid nineteen. You don't have to quarantine yourself from your pets but don't let the pet lick your face. Don't share your food. it's CETERA. Not because there's data suggesting risks but out of caution. Lassie sounds pretty safe all right next question. Can I get infected through a cut or open wound? There is no evidence of this being transmitted in that way. Nor are you going to in some way absorb the virus through your skin? This is why and washing and sanitizing works so well we're getting used to sheltering at home so this question Has To do with context. What is next? What'S THE MOST likely scenario? That is lies ahead of us. I think what we're going to see is More Institution of what we've seen around the world where countries and cities didn't take this history as they should had a major eruption in the number of cases and then just to use the term locked down and in two weeks started munition cases. Good example in the American context is new Rochelle New York where they actually made it. A containment area about one mile square is my understanding and they've seen a precipitous. Fallen CASES TOOK GUESS. What two.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Areas of the US as this moves away from the two coasts and more and more into the center of the US. So here's a listener. Who has obviously listening closely? She says two weeks ago you advised us to use contemptuously appropriate levels of protection explained again what that means and does it still apply it. It not only applies but it is a dynamic or moving target based on the context. I is simple analogy. And then we'll apply it If you live in safe area of the country where I do Rochester Minnesota When I go to bed at night I locked the front and back door later one. I closed my first floor. Windows layer two and flip outside light on layers tree. That's all I need. If I lived in a in a more difficult area of the nation I might add layer for an alarm system layer. Five window bars. Maybe layer six the panic button. You get the idea. So what does that mean for us in the in the US again? Are you in a high risk or low risk situation and that can change over time? Low risk situation. Tell the work if you can social distance thing being sure in your hands or cling slayers two and three. Nobody comes in your home without him. Sanitizing layer or nobody comes into your home period. And unless it's absolutely necessary you just keep layering things.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Infecting up however out of an abundance of caution see did release a statement saying that if you have Symptomatic Co bid nineteen. You don't have to quarantine yourself from your pets but don't let the pet lick your face. Don't share your food. it's CETERA. Not because there's data suggesting risk but out of caution. Lassie sounds pretty safe all right next question. Can I get infected through a cut or open wound? There is no evidence of this being transmitted in that way. Nor are you going to in some way absorb the virus through your skin? This is why and washing and sanitizing works so well we're getting used to sheltering at home so this question Has To do with context. What is next? What'S THE MOST likely scenario? That is lies ahead of us. I think what we're going to see is More Institution of what we've seen around the world where countries and cities didn't take this history as they should had a major eruption in the number of cases and then just to use the term locked down and in two weeks started munition cases. Good example in the American context is new Rochelle New York where they actually made it. A containment area about one mile square is my understanding and they've seen a precipitous. Fallen CASES TOOK GUESS. What two weeks for that to happen but it but it works. I think we're going to start to see that in other.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Good question. And let me explain the Roughly Twenty three studies. That have been done. The latest one that came out in the New England Journal week or so ago and and people have to be careful to interpret this. They put together. I realized conditions for virus conditions which generally don't exist and they have the chamber and Aris the lives of Irish again that does not reflect reality. What do you mean what I'd say? Era Celeste because the difference between Arizona's -Ation and droplets. Okay good really key principle. Erris the live virus is Small amounts of virus without the large Mucus Dropped are often carrying it that can float and stay in the air for very long periods of time that generally happens with water called Aristotle ising producing procedures for example when you're intimidating somebody or they're having a bronchoscopy or something like that the the common nested that is Causing transmitted virus in the population is large respiratory droplet. This these are the costs of the nieces Where you have virus carried on mucus droplets. You can actually see the droplets. We may not be able to Stephen. Against the backdrop. You could see them okay But but they do not float in the air and they drop quickly down to the ground. That's why the social distance thing. Ideally of six to ten feet work that now is that also why Measles is such so much more likely to be spread because it will stay in an aerosol in the in the air and not just on droplets at -olutely and in fact you know if the three of us were susceptible to measles and we walked into a room where somebody with measles had been.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Fatality rate of about one point three or so percent very different than the world which is four point five percent very different than Italy which is closer to eight percent so in that respect were doing well. The one thing that I do worry about is the idea that okay people have kind of been hunkered down or maybe a week or two and they're already starting to say well. Maybe this will just be another week. I cannot see I cannot be that that will be the case. We have not hit the peak yet. We have. We have longer to go with the and isn't the case that once we hit that peak then fourteen days. We have to wait or twelve days. We need to have some sort of timer in our head. You're thinking in the right direction but it it really works this way. It fourteen to twenty days after we see a sharp downturn or even elimination of cases. If you want to be really safe before you relax those restrictions all right another question from a listener. What items in my home or office should be disinfected? Yeah I think We'll we'll maybe start this way You have a much easier job in your home. Assuming nobody's infected with cleaning your hands when you come into your house so first thing you do is clear hand after that it is Of course your telephone. We touch our cell phones all day long. No matter where we are. We're probably contaminating the keyboard of your computer. Anything that you touch regularly the bathroom and spink Boston doorknobs in out of your home. Those are the those are the areas that are touched by everybody multiple times a day. Can you order take out food? While you're sheltering in place Dr Poland. Yeah And I actually think that takeout food and even ordering groceries for high risk. People is a smart idea. does it completely eliminate the risk. Nothing can or will but it diminishes the arrest and as we've talked about before what you're really trying to do is put layers of protection around you each one decreasing your risks that in Psalms. Your total risk is has low as you can easily drive it all right next question. Is it okay to eat in a restaurant? If you practice social distance thing I think the concern there is several. Fold Number One You have you have grabbed the door knobs to enter the restaurant. You have touched the table. You don't know about the silverware. You have touched a menu. You have somebody else Preparing and touching your food carrying it to you. I've seen waiters carry a glass of fluid To waiting People in the restaurant with their finger their thumb inside the glass So you're just you're adding risk when you don't need to address and then some areas of course. The the governor's or the mayors have shut down Restaurant in in person edict. Next question comes from someone who's thinking about summertime and wants to know if they should cancel their summer time travel plans. I think depending on what they're thinking of. Would I lie to Italy this summer? No or China now If they're talking about what we're going to get in the car and drive eight hours be you know My healthy adult child and grandchild. I think it's too early. No but I wouldn't necessarily put those plan Cancel those plans. I just put them on. Hold and watch and wait just pencil them in for now. Yeah all right way to put it next question. How long can the virus live on different surfaces and also in the air? This is a really.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Nineteen researcher. Dr Greg Poland Answers Your Corona virus questions. I continue to believe 'cause we have not reached the peak of this yet. I think we are in for this over month not week. What should you disinfect? An how often should you do? You have a much easier job in your home with cleaning your hand after that. It is of course your telephone. Can you order? Take out food while you're sheltering in place takeout food and even ordering growth rates for Irish people is smart idea should we be reorganizing our summer schedules? Would I lie? Italy or China This summer no. What can we learn from? How other countries are combating the cove in nineteen outbreak? New Rochelle New York. They actually needed a containment area about one mile square and being a precipitous fall in case but it worked the answers to your corona virus questions my motto is. We really have to turn from a new culture to a leak culture next on Mayoclinic a welcome. Everyone I'm Dr. Tom. Shy and I'm Tracy. Mccray we are with Dr Greg Poland Infectious Disease Specialist Vaccine Expert at the Mayo Clinic for another update on the covert nineteen disease. Dr Poland good to talk to you again. Always happy to be here. Hopefully those. This won't last too long but we don't know how long do we know we built and You know as we've talked a bit Before there's this lag period between what we see and what happens two weeks from now so I continue to believe since we have not reached the peak of this yet nor have we seen the spread from the large EPI centers like New York and Washington happen with their full force to other area I think we're in for this month not week. We're recording this interview on March Twenty Fifth and the first question that we have is more a comment from a youtube viewer. Who said speaking of spread you and Dr Sides are too close and so just so that you know Dr Poland. We are no longer close and he has tape measure. Why are you not practicing social distancing one recording and you know what that is a good question and we are we miss for not practicing what we preach even watched. You guys didn't enter my mind too that betting and Tracy sometimes forgets that. I'm at high risk for this. Covert nineteen. She stays over there. I stay over here good question. Thanks for alerting us to that. All Right Fifty. Five thousand cases so far twenty six thousand of those in New York eight hundred and nine deaths about what you expected yet. That's a case.

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Why Does Hand Washing Beat Hand Sanitizer Hands Down?

BrainStuff

06:23 min | 1 year ago

Why Does Hand Washing Beat Hand Sanitizer Hands Down?

"This episode is part of the miniseries. We're doing on some health and safety topics surrounding the novel type of coronavirus identified in two thousand nineteen which causes what is therefore being called covert nineteen because everything is a little less scary when you understand it better so you're probably aware that with the novel. Virus outbreak hand sanitizer has gotten very hard to find however soap seems to still be in good supply. This is a little counter intuitive given that to keep yourself safe from this virus the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend handwashing. I and using hand sanitizer only as a backup. If you don't have access to running water we spoke with Dr Greg Poland a representative for the Infectious Diseases site of America and professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. He said proper hand washing is the safest most efficacious least expensive and readily available method to prevent disease. So why would plain old soap and water be more effective against germs than alcohol based hand sanitizer? Poland explained when you're physically washing your hands. You're doing three things. You're removing visible dirt and Mucus. You're using a soap that decreases surface tension. And you're physically by friction loosening removing and washing away. Whatever is on your hand. This includes germs that you can't see and is perhaps particularly effective at stopping the spread of some germs like Corona viruses because the outer casing of these germs is made up of Lipids. Which are fats just as soap can wedge itself down between particles of Greece on a dirty pan and help break it up? Molecules of soap can elbow into that lipid envelope around a microbe and break it apart. Thus rendering the microbe unable to attack and infect cells studies have shown that soap and water is more effective than hand sanitizer it removing certain viruses and bacteria that attack the intestines and respiratory tract corona viruses included and handwashing is especially effective for very dirty hands. Such as those. You get from gardening playing sports or wiping the runny nose with the back of your hand. Poland said if your hands are visibly soiled hand sanitizer can't get all the skins surfaces and if your hands have mucus on them hand sanitizer cannot penetrate remember. If you have the flu. For example influenza viruses will be present in your mucus. Several studies have shown that handwashing got rid of the flu virus from hands. Much faster than hand. Sanitizer did okay. So we've gone over why handwashing trump's hand sanitizing but in order for handwashing to work. You have to do it properly. You've probably seen a billion memes this week about how to do it but let's review the steps for everyone's sake. There are a whole bunch of times that people should be washing their hands but probably the most important are before you prepare or eat food after using the bathroom. And before you touch your face. Here's the protocol according to the CDC. I WHAT HANDS CLEAN RUNNING? Water warm or cold will do then turn off the tap and apply soap lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Any soap will work. It doesn't have to be antibacterial and remember antibacterial. Soap will help. Keep you safer from viruses than regular soap. Because they're different critters as you lather and rub make sure to get all the parts of your hands. The backs palms between the fingers and under fingernails. Start at your fingertips and work backward. Rub Your hands for at least twenty seconds. You Can Hummer Sing. Happy Birthday twice or some other diddy. If counting doesn't do it for you. The five seconds that most people take to wash their hands doesn't get as many microbes afterwards. Rinse your hands. Well under running water and dry them using a clean towel or with an air dryer. If you're in a public restroom it helps to use a paper towel to turn the faucet off and to open the bathroom door. A lot of publicity has gone into educating people that they're not washing for long enough but many are also missing the mark by not thoroughly rubbing all parts of the hand Polin said think of how we viruses bacteria etc into our body. It's with the area of the hand that nobody washes properly. That is the fingertips people. Wash the palm. They washed the back of their hands. They washed the bottom third of the fingers. But have you ever seen someone wash fingernails or tips so the next time you're washing up? Make a point to pay extra attention to these oft neglected appendages. There will be times though when hand? Sanitizer just makes more sense than handwashing. Let's say you were in the bathroom at your office. Followed all the steps outlined above. So now you have perfectly clean hands but wait. You need to open the door that leads from the hallway where the bathroom is back to your office. Dozens of people opening and closing that door all day. Applying dollop of hand sanitizer might be easier than washing your hands again. So here's the correct way to do that. I make sure you're applying enough about a quarter to a half dollar sized amount of him. Sanitizer is necessary. Rub It all the parts of your hand starting from the fingertips and working your way. Back to disinfect. And don't forget in between your fingers. Polin said keep doing that until it's dry that way you know you've had an exposure time for that disinfectant to kill resist the urge to wipe your hands on a paper towel or your pants to speed up the drying process since hand sanitizer and washing can be very drying. You might want to keep some hand lotion or cream nearby to apply once your hands are dry and just one more thing. Dr Poland has fielded questions from people who asked about using disinfecting wipes like those made by clorox or Lysol on their skin. As an added layer of protection he strongly advises people against this quote. Do not wipe your face clorox wipes do not clean your nose with it and do not suck on it. It DOES NOT HELP. It will harm you and it hurts. It offers no benefit

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"dr poland" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr poland" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"To find an effective vaccine for the influenza virus strongly urges you to reconsider people think. Well, it's just the flu explains. Dr Gregory Poland head of mayo clinic vaccine research group, but he says in the US alone last year eighty thousand Americans died from influenza and its complications. And that almost a million were hospitalized that's a huge burden of disease much of it. Preventable by flu vaccine. That's why Dr polar recommends everyone over the age of six months. Get a vaccination influenza can cause respiratory sinusitis pneumonia, meningitis and other complications for people that have other medical conditions like heart disease, it can lead to a heart attack or a stroke for diabetics their diabetes can go out of control says Poland he stresses a. Vaccinations, shot cannot give you the flu. It also cannot stop every case of it. However, you should still get one. He don't want to wait until you get an infection and disease, and then say well now, I'll treat it says. Dr Poland the much preferred thing recommended by every professional body in the US is getting a flu vaccine every year, even when it's not one hundred percent effective in preventing symptoms. You're still preventing the major complications. And in other news pregnancy is a great time to talk about heart health, doctor Sharon as a mayo cardiologists says that women should know that they are at risk for heart disease. And that pregnancy is a time of increased risk. She says women should know what their risks are an address them and talk to their doctor about what should I be doing? Maybe my blood pressure is a little bit higher. Maybe if I'm blood pressure medication already, should I stop it? Should I switch to a different one? But have the conversation.

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"dr poland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr poland" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Dr Poland says it might take five years or more before a Lyme disease vaccine is ready for humans. For more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org. Westwood One podcast networks Opie radio, John Melinda. And you still go by. Sort of. Zombie exchange. It the news thing is going to be Greg. Joke. That word is not in Howard's lexicon and samba John and Jackie to joke man on Opie radio downloaded free and easy on demand. Wherever you get your podcast from the Westwood One podcast network. For p one fifty p one fifty g a p one fifty NY P one fifty ok p one fifty TNC two fifty AC two fifty EC two fifty q not available in all states. If New York or Colorado, call for a similar offer. What's the scariest thing about going to the dentist? Opening your mouth or opening your wallet? Because just a simple cleaning can cost one hundred fifty dollars and things like root canals can cost you hundreds more. If you don't have dental insurance to help, call physicians mutual insurance company, one eight hundred six five six four nine three nine. This isn't a discount plan or preventive only coverage. This is real dental insurance that helps pay for checkups right away. So you can call today and get your teeth cleaned tomorrow. Plus it helps cover the more expensive procedures you might need down the road fillings, crowns, bridges, even costly dentures. There's no deductible and no annual maximum. Your acceptance is guaranteed for one of these insurance policies, even if you're retired. Plus, you can choose any dentist you'd like. Call now for a free information kit with all the details. One eight hundred six five six four nine three nine that's one eight hundred six five six four nine three nine one eight hundred six. Five six four nine three nine. Our veterans were there for you.

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"dr poland" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr poland" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Performed a Caroline's on Broadway as well as New York comedy club. Connor Creagh. Hello, Connor. I thanks for having me. Connor. I saw you open for Hannah. Boon was performing. Caroline's. Your fantastic. Thank you to me. Yeah, you onstage. You talk about having one hand smaller than the other. You got me and it. It happens to be of all hands. I mean, there's only two options the shaking hands. Right? Isn't that something? Isn't that something now does that go with anything else? Like is there disease that goes with it or it's only your, do you have a small foot? Yeah, it's just our gi's actually. No, that's Joe. My go do bit. No, I it's, it's called Poland syndrome after Dr. Poland not the country. Okay. Had a small hand, or I don't know what his deal was used to crush one hand childlike and Niagara named after me. No. But yeah, it's usually it's like more common twins. It's like a cellular like a developmental thing. I'm not your utera kind of does it. I'm not trying to be funny. Does it ever come in handy jerking off or you drop something between seats in a car? I've, I've saved a lot of small animals from pipes. No joke. It's never, really. I wish you know, to me feels like you have a twin brother, but only in your hand. Yeah, I don't know why like, yeah, I swallowed him and kept his in utero hand. Is there an age that you realize it or because you slowly grew up with? It was. I think it was always a fact. If anything it was like going to school and then you know other kids would ask, but it was never really liked teaser bullied for it, which was good. Right? Nobody was ever like, you know, it's like wasn't until later doing roasts and stuff that people were like, okay, like I gotta make that you know. When when we were a kid, they would have this, you know, they didn't say spectrum. They said a different word, but it, hey, you know how you can tell if you're on the spectrum and they'd have you put your hand over your and if your hand is bigger than your facing you are, but what they're really trying to do, he's put your hand on your facing shit. Right? But you had options there. We didn't. For mine. Go to my special parking spot. Now it's stuff stump things we do as a kid. Then we're an adult and we realize I can just slap in the face. I could just assault. What the blood is. You gotta raise your hand, which preamble, let's just get to the point. You talk on stage also about being gay, and I heard you talking about you have an obsession with straight men. Yeah, it's a horrible. What? What is it that obsession to gross? Yeah. You're asking why they're on the table? Is it they carry themselves a certain way that you like? Yes, asking. What about him? You. I'm talking to somebody right now. Would never work. What is probably something like always wanting what I can't have or. Maybe like I kinda believer opposites attracting and I'm like, not very, like mask or Butch, except I am like sporting a French talk today with blue gene. So. Hetero. What can I say that's about as hetero you should. You should meet Sheila. She's the best. She's my world. Stuff like that. Say that you break your legs. Don't bring my mom. Remotely into, you know what I talk about mom. Love it. This is just from my research. Tracks it to you. Go see. Yeah, I don't know. But I like I like, what when guys are. Just kind of dump know bro. We not bro. I mean, I I like told myself, I love Rosen than actually meet one in like this would never work because I'm always like what? Like what was going on a date with the guy who's kind of like bro e earlier, right? Not full bro. Like bro. Well, light, bro, light light. That would mean by Bud Light? Like are they helping you guys out like, oh, here's a light in his hand. He's not going to be so aggressive. Oh, maybe she maybe I'm just very perceptive and like they're all these signs. I wanna be like you and I'm like. And then I Renault, but I was trying to this guy and I was making a joke like, oh yeah, rainforest cafe this hole in the wall place I found and. Yeah, a joke. Right. And he was just like..

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"dr poland" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr poland" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"I guessed, original, Metallica, bassist Ron the governor I never really tried out to be in the band I was there was available and was ever going to be, a, long, term thing until. They found somebody you know that vibe talk is Jericho download, and subscribe at apple podcasts deeply. And the Westwood One podcast app free from the, Westwood One podcast network With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute I'm in rock How well do you wash your hands Dr Gregory Poland director of mayo clinic vaccine research. Group says adults could do much better at the sink people go to. The, bathroom and they. Run their fingers under the water well that does nothing and then they grabbed dirty faucet and they touch. The dirty handle on the way out, of the bathroom Dr Poland says that in public washrooms they're often. More bacteria on those faucets then in the toilet water so next time you're, at the sink so you wash your hands while, singing happy, birthday to yourself and get between, the fingers the. Fingertips the thumb Turn the water off. With a paper towel and you open the door to leave with a paper, towel and dispose of the paper towel that's how, you wash, your hands Ideally with warm soapy water for more information talk with your healthcare. Provider or visit mayoclinic dot org Is your body language making you look arrogant, I'm Alex wehrley with. The Business Rockstars minute there is a fine line between being cocky. And confident believe it or not? Body language can send cues to. Others about you and your personality are. You sending, the wrong messages.

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"dr poland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr poland" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"A former episcopal Bishop who was drunk. When she fatally struck a bicycles with their vehicle in Baltimore as applied to work outside prison the Baltimore Sun reports. The Maryland prison system sent a, letter July, nineteenth, to the victim's family it says it's reviewing Heather cooks application to leave prison during the day public safety and correctional services spokesman Gerard shields told us on. The cook is first undergoing a medical examination to determine if she. Can work at least Araca sister-in-law victim Thomas Palermo, set an Email that, the newspaper that she opposes cooks application. She says cook is trying to limit, the consequences of our actions, in the two thousand fourteen crime cook pleaded guilty to automobile manslaughter leaving the scene of a crash and other violations. Keith Peters reporting the California Supreme Court says Starbucks and other employers in the state must. Pay workers for minutes they routinely spend off the clock on closing up tasks news and analysis. At townhall dot com With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health. Minute I'm Ian. Ross how well do you wash your? Hands. Dr Gregory, Poland director of mayo clinic vaccine research group says adults could do much better at the zinc people go to the bathroom and they run their fingers under the. Water, well that does. Nothing and then they grabbed the dirty closet and they touched the dirty handle on the way out of the. Bathroom Dr Poland says that in public, washrooms they're often more back to hear you on those faucets then in the toilet. Water so next time you're at the sink so you wash your hands while, singing happy birthday to, yourself get between the, fingers the, fingertips the, bomb turn the water off with a paper, towel and you open the door to leave with a paper towel and dispose of the paper. Towel.

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"dr poland" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr poland" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Let's hit the. Streets we have an accident eighty five southbound north of Santa. Teresa boulevard San Jose traffic's heavy behind this one now. The crash thirteen southbound out the five eighty eastern Oakland you're going to see a lot of brake lights there. Let's move to the Bank of twenty four eastbound, at the. Kalikot tumbling Arinda traffic still packed in this spot the collision one zero one, southbound south-and-north, shoreline boulevard Mountain View during the final stages. Traffic heavy in the older. Accident eighty northbound south Parkway Fremont cleared but you're going to. See heavy, residual slowdowns let's ks f. o. traffic I'm Keith James this season. On, my side of the story Roger stone there is no evidence whatsoever of any. Russian collusion on my part Olivia Knudsen private companies have always had a higher. Standard, than the, American voting public my. Side of the story, with Judith Regan all episodes available. Now absolutely free however you listen please rate and. Subscribe now, an apple podcasts Google podcasts or, the all new Westwood One podcast app. From Westwood One Podcast network With your Mayo Clinic Radio. Health Minute I. Mean rock how well do you wash? Your. Hands Dr, Gregory Poland director of mayo clinic vaccine research group says adults could do much better at. The sink people go to the bathroom and they run their fingers under. The, water well that. Does nothing and then they grabbed the dirty faucet and they touch the dirty handle on the way out of. The bathroom Dr Poland says that in, public washrooms they're often more bacteria on those faucets then in the. Toilet water so next time you're at, the sink so you wash your hands, while singing happy birthday to yourself Get between, the fingers the fingertips Tom He turned the water off with a paper, towel and you open the door to leave with a paper towel and dispose of the paper. Towel that's how you wash your. Hands Ideally with warm soapy water for more information talk with your healthcare. Provider or visit mayoclinic dot org I keep your. Sanity. When you work from home I'm Pat O'Brien with the. Business Rockstars minute. Commute no coworkers song great but working from Hong can sometimes feel like a nightmare. You,.

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"dr poland" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"dr poland" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Adverse event vaccines to boost the immune response to the influenza component so people aged sixty five and older should get one of the two vaccines meant for seniors and dr poland says don't underestimate influenza and in other news let's talk about stress and had a decrease it in your life and why that's important to do why it's important to be able to say no sure it's easier to say yes but at what price to your peace of mind now keep in mind that being overloaded is individual meaning just because you're coworker can juggle ten committees with seeming ease doesn't mean you should be able to be in several committees to only you can know what too much so considered these reasons for saying no saying no isn't necessarily selfish it means you'll be able to do a few things well instead of lots of things partway saying no can allow you to try new things always saying yes is unhealthy when you're over committed an under too much stress you more likely to fuel rundown and possibly get sick saying yes can cut others out meaning you can let what you want to do and who he went to see in focus on what matters most examine your obligations before making any new commitments way the yes to stress ratio for example making a batch of cookies for the school bake sale will take far less time than heading up the school fundraising committee take guilt out of the equation and sleep on it take time before you answer and things may become clear saying no when.

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