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Philadelphia - Pennsylvania sees rise in newly confirmed cases of COVID-19
"Pennsylvania health officials warned of a spike in Corona virus cases just last week, and this weekend, the state saw it second highest daily Corona virus case total since the pandemic began. Nearly 1900 new cases were reported yesterday. The only other time the daily total was higher was back on April 9th On Wednesday, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levin warned of a fall resurgence. We have been talking for months that we were concerned. But as we entered the fall season as the weather started to change that we would see a resurgence in terms of the numbers of covert 19. Levine went on to say there are no plans at the moment to increase restrictions, she says Oppa is better prepared now to handle a rise in cases since the start of the pandemic.
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Reports 2nd-Highest COVID-19 Total Of Pandemic
"Just saw its second Heil ist Dein the Corona virus case total since the beginning of the pandemic slightly under 1900 new cases were reported yesterday. April. 9th was the last time the daily numbers were that high in the Commonwealth On Wednesday of last week, Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levin warned of this We believe that we are at the start of the fall resurgence. But, she added, There are no plans at this time to re impose stay at home orders or to start closing down businesses again. There have now been close to 181,000 covert 19 cases in peace since the beginning of the pandemic.
"dr rachel" Discussed on Break The Rules
"So if you're using both the biocide and and the olive RX that you might want to consider, you know, extra supplementation that being said I put together the pro fluorophores and which is for forming probiotics from megaspore. I love that company. They have the best quality of the Spore forming probiotics. And so we've got several of their string along with high-potency course of him. And so the court system is really key because it stops you from having that Mast Cell histamine reaction, you know, when I used to take other times, you know, you get gas and bloating right with the corset and this formula. It really stops out from happening. So even though the Bayou sign itself doesn't necessarily harm your beneficial Flora off. Just assume that anybody with long-term despite. This is needs more Flora Riot. And so we put the pro floor up in our bioclear cleansing chip along with the GID Taco deciding those three things as a basic plans for that reason. So you want to you know work on the the the unfriend Lee's right. You want to pull out the toxins and then you want to replace and he'll you know, help heal the mucosa of the intestines. So that's the reasoning behind that program and it's it's easy to use and doctors really enjoy it and then we have a more expanded program the comprehensive kit, which is a two month supply of all the different things and that one includes the olive RX because what we found with certain people who have tested for high methane that the olive leaf seemed really help with that. So so adding the olive leaf in there also, you know with things like Lyme disease people will have chronic immune suppression that allows sub Clinic off. Viruses to come to the floor. So, you know, we've all been exposed to sign of Mega virus for example Riot or e v but in those people in that population those viruses that can become a lot more problematic and so olive leaf was one of the agents that is very supportive in that situation. So that's why they all of our Exes in the comprehensive program. So if you're looking for a more simple to just to cleanse the bio nuclear program is fine, if you need a like, you know, really sweeping, you know, throw the, you know, everything and and the comprehensive Shadows good and the comprehensive kid is nice too cuz that includes the free dental side. And so I took the Bayou side and I put it at toothpaste so that you could treat your oral cavity last week. Somebody sent me a study and it said that if you brush teeth after every meal that there is a notable decrease in dysbiosis in your gut. It's not interesting. Wow, just like in general broad Community. Yeah, so if you were to use yep. Like the the dental side and toothpaste and we have that rinse the oil rigs if you were to use that it's going to help keep your oral by own, you know more balanced and healthy so that you're off swallowing things that end up in your gut that you don't want their. Wow. That's really cool. I do have to look into that. That's awesome. Well talk to her audience and kind of been talking about Iraq, which is my favorite topic how the guy is related to the immune system. I think a lot of people here that they got is the gateway to health is what I often times. Say your immune systems in your gut..
Health secretary concerned about lingering effects of COVID-19 on 'recovered' patients
"Pennsylvania's health secretary, is concerned about the long term effects on patients who have recovered from or severe cases of covert 19. Here's Katie radios. Joe Dusty, Oh, Dr Rachel Levine says. These patients have come to be called long haulers. She cites a CDC study that 35% of all patients who have had Cove it say they have not returned to full health and among 18 to 34 year olds. 20% of those individuals reported that they had not returned to the usual state of health 14 to 21. Days after testing positive, Dr Levin says women and healthcare workers are more likely to suffer longer term effects. Jody's Theo NewsRadio, 10 20, Katy K.
COVID-19 health concerns for 9/11 first responders
"That's when his health secretary mark the anniversary of the 9 11 attacks. While noting the challenges today's first responders are facing during the worst pandemic in generations more from K Y W. Suburban bureau chief Jim Elwood. Health secretary, Dr Rachel Levine says much like they did 19 years ago. First responders and emergency workers over the past several months have answered the call to save lives. They have worked non stop to save lives in our community in hospitals. And in long term care facilities, and they have spent time away from their families to keep them safe. After treating covert 19 patients, Levine says Just his first responders and healthcare workers are united in saving lives. We need to be united. And wearing masks went out in public. We need to be united in practicing social distancing and we need to be united in adapting to protect our community's wrapping up the comments. Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego quoted Susan Doll, the wife of flight 93 captain Jason Dahl, between learned nothing from this tragedy. We must learn That life is sure. And there is no time for hate at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work. Okay, what W news radio.
PA Health Secretary Honors 9/11 victims
"Pennsylvania South Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says. As we remember 9 11 there are lessons from that time 19 years ago. Apply to us now in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic, their suburban bureau chief Jim Millwork, explains. Dr Rachel Levine opened a press conference with a moment of silence for the lives lost on 9 11. In addition to thinking all of those who served 19 years ago, I want to think our first responders who are on the front lines right now of the worst pandemic that we have experienced in our lifetime, Libyan says. In many cases, those first responders and healthcare workers who've been treating cove in 19 patients have had to stay away from their families. Keep them safe from the virus just is our first responders are united in protecting us. Pennsylvanians must also be united in this fight to stop the spread of covert 19, she says. That includes wearing masks and staying 6 FT. Apart from people. Pennsylvania Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego closed remarks by quoting Sandy Dahl, the widow of United 93 captain Jason Dahl, between learned nothing from this tragedy. We must learn that life is sure. And there is no time for hate at suburban bureau Jim Mel worked K Y W
Philadelphia - Pennsylvania Health Officials Urge Everyone To Get Flu Shot This Year Amid Pandemic
"Health officials are preparing for their annual battle with influenza this year. It is more important than ever to get a flu shot, Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says. Next month, Covert 19 will collide with influenza when the official start of flu season gets underway and it may be difficult to distinguish one from the other typical flu symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, headaches. Really the very same symptoms that can occur with covert 19. Last year, a record number of Pennsylvanians were diagnosed with the flue nearly 130,000. So, Levine says her department is going all in to prevent that from happening again. We have requested and expect to receive more than 860,000 doses of the flu vaccine. Anyone older than six months of age to get a flu vaccine unless they have a medical condition that prevents them from getting one.
Philadelphia - Pa. nursing homes will allow visitors to help care for some residents
"New guidance coming out for senior Living center says we hear from K Y W's and US cousin. It's part of the updated guidance. Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says compassionate caregivers will be permitted to provide character nursing home residents if there are two or more documented changes in a resident's condition. Compassionate caregivers can be family members or others, she adds. Residents and staff who appears symptomatic with covert 19 should be tested immediately if an outbreak is occurring in a facility than universal testing should occur and will occur rapidly. To determine the spread of the virus, and then we will intervene. Facilities in a county with a low activity level are recommended to test asymptomatic staff every four weeks. Testing of asymptomatic residents is not recommended in counties with low virus activity for facilities in a county with moderate activity level. We're recommending testing of asymptomatic staff once a week in those counties and in counties with substantial virus activity there, encouraging weekly testing of asymptomatic residents who have had outside contact in the past 14 days while nursing staff working In counties with substantial activity should be tested twice a week.
Benefits of wearing a face mask
"Hey It's Wendy here. They very quick mosques update. then. You might recall that we made a bunch of episodes about this new virus. It's called the corona virus virus and one question just came up over and over again does wearing masks in public actually slow the spread of this virus. And early on, we had signs verses actually went sure. Because there just wasn't that much evidence showing that mosques and particularly cloth mosques could really keep us from spreading this virus. That was back in spring which feels like a lifetime ago when pussy was just a glimmering Cardi B.'s is. And since then more and more evidence has started trickling out about mosques like at fast there was some concerns that wearing mosques might make people touch their face more but then a study of over seven thousand people came out showing that those who will mosques actually touch their face a lot less great because it suggests that wearing a mask doesn't increase your risk of getting infected. Yes. They can be uncomfortable, but there's really no reason to not wear a mask. This is Dr. Rachel joins from the University of Utah and when we spoke to Rachel in. Our first episode on masks back in March. She was pretty poop hooey about cloth mosques, but since then things have changed. So given the evidence that we have now a you on team mosque. Yeah. For the general public I think that it's reasonable to wear a cloth masks. I think that evidence is increasing. That would many people at a community are wearing masks consistently fewer people are getting the disease. So for example, they have been more and more studies coming out showing that in places where people wear masks, they tend to have low cases of corona virus. And then this case study that was written up by the CDC. Has Dollars Missouri who had been working while they was we've covet. They'd seen more than eight hundred clients while they were sick yet everyone the stylists and the clients will mosques mostly cloth or surgical. None of the clients got sick. Thinking is still that surgical masks and in ninety five of the best if you can get them but more lab studies looking at how stuff comes out of your mouth. Also, making cloth masks look worthwhile particularly if you had liars. And while these all might feel like science has flip flopped down the old switcheroo on you. The nerd truth is that this all actually shows that when it comes to this pandemic. Science is working. We get more data. We changed our minds. So scientists are complicated process in the whole purpose of the is that. Our ideas and our knowledge evolve over time as we gather more evidence, that's a totally natural and desirable process for science. My final question it comes from one of Alyssa's whose name is Bruce. And he asks how well the mosques protect me if I can still smell someone's flatulence. Rachel we've come to you with the most serious and pressing questions if this. Corona. Virus. And I demand an answer. The flatulence odor is the result of some specific molecules that are in the gas that is emitted and those molecules are much smaller than the SARS virus or any kind of respiratory droplets. So you should get better protection against droplets in particles than do against the odor molecules actually. I the way you phrased that you will get better protection. Against, cove it, and you will against a fought, he wear a Moscow. Sorry brace even though mosques cop protect you from follicles. You should still pop one on to protect you from the viral particles.
"dr rachel" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast
"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra. . Kosovo. . With me today Dr Rachel Dolan the US House of Representatives ways and Means Committee majority staffer to discuss the majority staffs recently released report titled Under enforced and over prescribed. . ANTIPSYCHOTIC drug epidemic ravaging America's nursing homes. . Dr Dole and welcome to the program. . I David thanks so much for having me. . Please call me Rachel. . While this'll be the last time Dr Dolan's bio is posted on, , of course, , the podcast website. . In testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee two, , thousand seven, , the FDA's Dr David Graham stated quote. . Unquote. . Fifteen thousand adults elderly people in nursing homes are dying each year from the off label use of antipsychotic medications. . For an indication that the FDA knows the drug doesn't work the problem has been only FDA for years and years close quote. . Legal the FDA does provide a black box warning label. . Regarding off label use of these drugs, , eleven years later, , Human Rights Watch published a report titled They Want Docile. . How. . Nursing homes in the US overmedicated people with dementia. . The report found in two thousand, sixteen, , , seventeen quote unquote massive use or abuse of Anti Psychotics, , for example, , Sarah. . Quel. . Doll and Rispler doll that have serious side effects including sudden cardiac death. . The human rights report estimated in an average week over one hundred, , seventy, , nine, , thousand, , long-stay Nursing Home Facility patients who administered antipsychotic drugs. . Without a diagnosis which the drugs are indicated or approved rover, , polar disorder and schizophrenia in testimony the ways and means. . Committee. Heard . this past November Richard Mollet Executive Director of the Long Term Care Community coalition concluded quote the use of San Anti psychotics in skilled nursing facilities is so extensive that puts the US in violation of internal conventions and covenants on torture and cruel inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment. . Close quote. . This is my third related interview. . In December twenty twelve I discussed the topic with Diana Zuckerman. . And in February, , eighteen high interviewed Hannah Lamb who authored the above mentioned human rights report. . With me again to discuss the ways and means report just released titled Under enforced and over prescribed is Rachel Dolan the reports lead author. . So that Rachel as background let's get right into this or immediate <hes> neatly into the specifics of the report. . What did the report find regarding <hes> the extent to which? ? They're persists overuse or misuse of anti psychotics in skilled nursing. . David. . So the report showed what what you what we would expect from your introduction, , which is the use of antipsychotic does persist in nursing homes across the country and it remains quite high and not of course, , has implications for patient safety and and health <hes>. . We found in the fourth quarter of Twenty nineteen approximately twenty percent of all skilled nursing facility residents in the US. . So that's about two, , hundred, , Ninety, , eight, , thousand, , six, , hundred, , fifty people every week received some form of antipsychotic medication <hes>, , and most of that was without any psychosis diagnosis for which these drugs are indicated <hes>. . So specifically, , we actually looked at trends and surveyor citations for unnecessary medication use in nursing home. . So that's kind of the. . Part of this study and what we found was a clear change in citation rates for these facilities between the change in administrations from the Obama Administration to trump administration <hes>. . So we found citations for antipsychotic misuse in sniffs increased by two hundred percent between twenty, , fifteen, , twenty seventeen but then declined by twenty two percent from two thousand, , seventeen to twenty eighteen, , and importantly a ten percent of citations associated with actual harm or immediate jeopardy to a residence health or safety. . So those are some of the most severe citation surveyors ever capture resulted in no fine from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen under the trump administration. . So you know. . I. . Would say even though this study in particular couldn't determine causation <hes> we we did see a clear association between the Trump Administration's regulatory rollback campaign twenty, , seventeen, , twenty eighteen and a reduction in citations for these particular drugs. . Okay thank you and we'll get into the trump administration's <hes> regulatory decisions in this regard in a minute let me just ask as a follow up or an aside question and I don't think I saw this new report. . So you may not have these numbers top of mind but worth asking, , can you give an approximation of the cost? ? To the Medicare program at least relative to the overuse I, , mean, , this is a massive amount of money in reimbursement for these medications. . I don't remember offhand. . Let's see I think in the in the actually in the report we got <hes>. . About one third of older adult Medicare part d enrolling with dementia who spent more than one hundred days in a nursing humber prescribed antipsychotic in two, , thousand, , twelve constituting roughly three, , hundred, , sixty, three, , , million part D plan payments that year <hes>, , and of course, , there's also cost associated with hospitalizations for inappropriate use of these drugs <hes>. . So I would expect you know that that that is obviously very under an understatement <hes> understated estimate that does not capture the full realm of payments. . So it's it's fairly substantial. .
Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic
"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra. Kosovo. With me today Dr Rachel Dolan the US House of Representatives ways and Means Committee majority staffer to discuss the majority staffs recently released report titled Under enforced and over prescribed. ANTIPSYCHOTIC drug epidemic ravaging America's nursing homes. Dr Dole and welcome to the program. I David thanks so much for having me. Please call me Rachel. While this'll be the last time Dr Dolan's bio is posted on, of course, the podcast website. In testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee two, thousand seven, the FDA's Dr David Graham stated quote. Unquote. Fifteen thousand adults elderly people in nursing homes are dying each year from the off label use of antipsychotic medications. For an indication that the FDA knows the drug doesn't work the problem has been only FDA for years and years close quote. Legal the FDA does provide a black box warning label. Regarding off label use of these drugs, eleven years later, Human Rights Watch published a report titled They Want Docile. How. Nursing homes in the US overmedicated people with dementia. The report found in two thousand, sixteen, seventeen quote unquote massive use or abuse of Anti Psychotics, for example, Sarah. Quel. Doll and Rispler doll that have serious side effects including sudden cardiac death. The human rights report estimated in an average week over one hundred, seventy, nine, thousand, long-stay Nursing Home Facility patients who administered antipsychotic drugs. Without a diagnosis which the drugs are indicated or approved rover, polar disorder and schizophrenia in testimony the ways and means. Committee. Heard this past November Richard Mollet Executive Director of the Long Term Care Community coalition concluded quote the use of San Anti psychotics in skilled nursing facilities is so extensive that puts the US in violation of internal conventions and covenants on torture and cruel inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment. Close quote. This is my third related interview. In December twenty twelve I discussed the topic with Diana Zuckerman. And in February, eighteen high interviewed Hannah Lamb who authored the above mentioned human rights report. With me again to discuss the ways and means report just released titled Under enforced and over prescribed is Rachel Dolan the reports lead author. So that Rachel as background let's get right into this or immediate neatly into the specifics of the report. What did the report find regarding the extent to which? They're persists overuse or misuse of anti psychotics in skilled nursing. David. So the report showed what what you what we would expect from your introduction, which is the use of antipsychotic does persist in nursing homes across the country and it remains quite high and not of course, has implications for patient safety and and health We found in the fourth quarter of Twenty nineteen approximately twenty percent of all skilled nursing facility residents in the US. So that's about two, hundred, Ninety, eight, thousand, six, hundred, fifty people every week received some form of antipsychotic medication and most of that was without any psychosis diagnosis for which these drugs are indicated So specifically, we actually looked at trends and surveyor citations for unnecessary medication use in nursing home. So that's kind of the. Part of this study and what we found was a clear change in citation rates for these facilities between the change in administrations from the Obama Administration to trump administration So we found citations for antipsychotic misuse in sniffs increased by two hundred percent between twenty, fifteen, twenty seventeen but then declined by twenty two percent from two thousand, seventeen to twenty eighteen, and importantly a ten percent of citations associated with actual harm or immediate jeopardy to a residence health or safety. So those are some of the most severe citation surveyors ever capture resulted in no fine from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen under the trump administration. So you know. I. Would say even though this study in particular couldn't determine causation we we did see a clear association between the Trump Administration's regulatory rollback campaign twenty, seventeen, twenty eighteen and a reduction in citations for these particular drugs. Okay thank you and we'll get into the trump administration's regulatory decisions in this regard in a minute let me just ask as a follow up or an aside question and I don't think I saw this new report. So you may not have these numbers top of mind but worth asking, can you give an approximation of the cost? To the Medicare program at least relative to the overuse I, mean, this is a massive amount of money in reimbursement for these medications. I don't remember offhand. Let's see I think in the in the actually in the report we got About one third of older adult Medicare part d enrolling with dementia who spent more than one hundred days in a nursing humber prescribed antipsychotic in two, thousand, twelve constituting roughly three, hundred, sixty, three, million part D plan payments that year and of course, there's also cost associated with hospitalizations for inappropriate use of these drugs So I would expect you know that that that is obviously very under an understatement understated estimate that does not capture the full realm of payments. So it's it's fairly substantial.
Pennsylvania officials clarify that students will need to wear masks in school
"Of two will have to wear masks in school all day. Under the updated Pennsylvania guidelines. There are only three reasons kids would be allowed to take masks off. When eating or drinking during face covering breaks that are no longer than 10 minutes and what a mass could create in unsafe conditions, such as when equipment was being operated. State Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine said. The updated rules are really a clarification of guidance that was issued in July. We have heard is that Some of the language wasn't as clear as it could be. And so we wanted to make sure that we were as clear as possible. Students with a documented physical or mental health condition can be exempted from the mask requirement. At a news conference, Levin said. It's clear that young people can spread Cove in 19, and the aim is to control outbreaks of the virus. Mike
Pennsylvania health secretary responds to transphobic attacks
"Pennsylvania's health secretary. Calling out what she calls the transphobic harassment. She's experienced K Y. W's Andrew Kramer. Dr Rachel Levine says she's been hearing about multiple incidents of LGBTQ harassment on what she describes as transphobia. Directed at her lately. I have no room in my heart for hatred. And frankly, I do not have time for intolerance. She didn't get into the specifics of any one particular incident, but says an attack against her is an attack against Pennsylvania's entire LGBTQ community. Your actions perpetuate the spirit of intolerance and discrimination. Against LGBTQ, you individuals and specifically Transgender individuals. Governor Wolf recently acknowledged in a tweet that some Pennsylvanians quote, direct hate fuelled attacks. Dr Levin and that hate has no place in the Commonwealth. I would first like to sincerely think Governor will for his continued support, and for his comments, she says. She just wants to be able to focus on keeping everyone
"dr rachel" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Gonna be celebrate while recognizing that's out coming up, So stick around Wendy Bao's next We'll see you tomorrow at noon from the chief in Luciana Love Firm studio doing good by doing right. This is Katy K. Radio, three degrees at Pittsburgh International at three o'clock. I'm Rose, Brian Douglas. Sylvania Secretary of Health, Dr Rachel Levine made a strong defense of the rights of LGBTQ people at the start of her news conference on Covert 19 today, Katie Radios, Joe distill reports. Dr. Levine, who is transgender, has been the target of harassment during the pandemic. She was recently marked by a dunk tank displayed affair in Bloomsburg. Your actions perpetuate the spirit of intolerance and discrimination against LGBTQ individuals and specifically. Transgender individuals. Dr. Levin says she has no room in her heart for hatred, no time for intolerance, and she said she would remain laser focused on protecting people from the covert pandemic. Jody Steal News Radio, 10 20 K in her Cove in 19 update, Dr Levine said. All Pennsylvania nursing homes have method July 24th deadline to test all residents and staff. That is the first requirement for eventually allowing family members to visit loved ones. And she said health officials are not ready to increase the 25% occupancy limit for dining indoors. PENNSYLVANIA reports 1120 more covert 19 cases today 24 more deaths. There are 1,059,000 negative test results recorded, the recovery rate remains at 75%. 119 Nuke Over 19 cases in today's UPDATE from Allegheny County Health Department says the new cases emerged from over 1800 tests between July 10th and 27th. There are 20 additional hospitalizations and seven more deaths. At the start, as the start of classes nears in Pennsylvania School district are wondering how to respond. If a student or staff member gets Cove in 19 administrators air, telling state health and education officials they need more specific guidelines. On reopening on the radio morning show, Governor Tom Wolfe says it depends on the case and the district There is no one size fits all. The same time. We recognize that students have to get back as quickly as possible to some form of education, and we've got to keep him safe. State health officials say they will respond to each case as it occurs. Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is part of a group of mayor's asking Congress for Moko more covert relief. Mr Prosciutto, joining mayors from Dayton, Ohio. Arlington, Texas and Savannah, Georgia for a briefing today. A draft of the relief package introduced by Senate Republicans does not include funds for local governments. The Trump Administration will begin allowing so called dreamer immigrants to renew their permits to remain and work in the U. S. For a year while it reviews a Supreme Court ruling and the underlying legality of the program. A White House official confirmed today that the administration will allow the applications as it reviews the underlying legality of the deferred action for childhood arrivals program renewals for the Obama era program, which covers hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the U. S illegally as Children had been halted as the Trump Administration pushed to end that programme on Wall Street different, Tillotson says the Dow is down 40 points at 5 26,044 NASDAQ Down 46 The S and P is up one point in sports. Penguins and Flyers play an exhibition game this afternoon at four o'clock in Toronto Pirates and Brewers play again tonight at PNC Park, Florida Marlins have put their 2020 season temporarily on hold after 15 players and two coaches tested positive work over 19. A team remains quarantined in Philadelphia. The news is brought to you by Brewer Airport. Toyota Turn up the heat with great summer deals in July. It is 303 Tripoli Traffic and AccuWeather. Next. I'm Scott Brewer Brewer Airport, Toyota and we're turning up the heat this July with amazing deals. Let's start with zero. How about a Prius Camry hybrid Avalon or Corolla 0% financing..
‘This Is Not Going To Be Florida’: Pennsylvania Health Officials Focused On Reversing Rising COVID-19 Cases In State
"And state health officials say Allegheny County has already taken the kind of aggressive action recommended for the Pittsburgh area by the White House Corona virus. Taskforce. Katya radios. Jody Steel reports Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine indicates she will recommend whatever Actions are necessary to avoid the kind of exponential case count seen elsewhere. We're not going to be Florida. We I can guarantee we're not going to will do everything we possibly can do not have the type of case increases that they're having. In Florida. Levine says. The risk was too great to allow. The Toronto Blue Jays to play their home games at PNC Park in Allegheny County in the state have already taken the kind of mitigation efforts recommended for Pittsburgh and 10 other cities by the White House. Corona Virus. Taskforce. Jody's D'oh these radio 10 20 k T.
Washington University, Saint Louis University to begin COVID-19 vaccine trials
"School of Medicine can work South Editor Fred Bottom ER vaccine trials will enroll about 3000 volunteers for each trial. We can't exactly what studies But the network is anticipating running at least five different vaccine studies. And so both schools will have opportunities to participate in several of these studies, and we expect that they're going to be starting actually very Washington University vaccine researcher Dr Rachel Prestige If you're over 18 and Andi have potentially being exposed to co bit, we are interested in having you in these vaccines. Study. Dr Presti says it will be critically important to enroll participants. Over the age of 65 who are hit hardest by the virus. Fred Bottom are saying it was his news radio KMOX. Missouri governor Mike Parsons says his comments last Friday on covert 19 and
An expert at CHOP says Philadelphia's plan may need to change if Philly & surrounding counties don't address resurgence in cases
"Official officials announced a plan yesterday for limited in person class is to begin in the fall. But a local experts as if Billy and surrounding counties don't act now. To stop the spread of covert 19. That plan might have to be reevaluated. Here's can win ABUSE. Antoinette Dr David Rubin, director of the policy lab in population Health, it chop has been tracking Cove in 19 activity throughout 500 counties in the U. S. In a press conference with Governor Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr Rachel Levine, he warned that they have evidence to believe a resurgence is coming. For the last couple weeks. We've seen significant disease resurgence in the Pittsburgh area, not just in Allegheny County, but The neighboring counties around them. This was not an isolated outbreak. He credits summer traveling for the rising cases, a significant outbreak in multiple cities in Ohio has expanded over the western Pennsylvania border. He also says transmissions from the South are quickly moving up by 95 to the D. C. M Baltimore Maryland areas. Philadelphia in South Jersey are also seeing arising cases simply stated. We're seeing now widespread community transmission throughout the Northeast area. It's also extending up into northern New Jersey. Dr Rubin says. If we don't act aggressively over the next six weeks, his team will not be able to assure the public that opening schools will be safe after Labor Day. And when it Li
Philadelphia - Masks now required in all public spaces in Pennsylvania, Gov. Wolf says
"Mandatory in the state of Pennsylvania. This just hit this afternoon with the confirmation. This is from Uh, Pittsburgh Channel for Action News on headline is masks or now mandatory in all public spaces in Pennsylvania. The order takes effect immediately. Bastard are mandatory in all public spaces. In Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe's administration announced this afternoon. The new order signed by Secretary of Health Dr Rachel Levine takes effect now immediately, if not sooner. A mask wearing orders essential to stop the recent increase in covert 19 cases we've seen in Pennsylvania, Wolf said in the news release. Those hot spots can be traced the situations where Pennsylvanians we're not wearing masks or practicing social distancing. Two practices that must be adhered to. If we want to maintain the freedoms that we have in place under our reopening, and this is a huge issue, Folks. We are at a crucial crucial point here. The
Philadelphia pausing full green phase reopening
"Wolfe taking the mask wearing directive one step further. This new order that he has just announced requires the masks to be worn whenever anyone over the age of two leaves their homes. That order was signed today under the authority of Of the health secretary, Dr Rachel Levin. It takes effect immediately. Governor Wolf announcing this new order that requires masks to be worn whenever anyone leaves their homes in Pennsylvania, anyone over the age of two and governor Wolf, saying he doesn't envision another broad shutdown order to contain Corona virus in the Commonwealth. Rather, he hopes to let local governments make decisions based on conditions they're seeing in their area, as we know the Philadelphia has done just that, despite it being allowed to move to the green phase of Governor Wolf's reopening plan. The city's health commissioner is not allowing some things that would be allowed under green to move forward in Philadelphia. As expected, the indoor dining gyms and fitness centers into a fitness centers will not be allowed to open in Philadelphia. So again, Governor
"dr rachel" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Really really helped me. A success I am intrigued by that. Before we wrap up like. Is there anything you just wish I had asked about her that you just really want to make sure everyone knows about about your work or this book. I think you've hit all of them each was. A. Bad Answer I'm sorry. To give the chance if there's some glaring thing that I really needs to lead into, have been more on the ball about no I think he did a great job I. Just WanNa Mention One thing that I've really tried very hard to do this book and I have chronic feelings of insufficiency about it but I. Think it's really important to remember with this story that. The civil war is a fascinating period of history, but it's something that we all really need to talk about. Honestly and I tried very very hard to do that. In this book, I tried very hard to pull in new primers documents, so that I could tell the story of some of the Black Man on board. The WHO SATANIC AND Things like that and to try and give them more complete version of that and I think that's just one of my big host. Moving forward is that people will start to discuss the Hunley as the starkly fascinating object it is, but in the proper context. Thank you so much. Thank you for being here today. And for giving us your time again for folks are interested. This book is called in the waves my quest to solve the mystery of civil war submarine. Thank you thank you, thank you again to Dr Rachel Lance for for sitting down to talk with me about her book also for being patient with me, when about three minutes elapsed before I realised I had only started the recording on one side of our session. It had been a while since I had a an interview, and it was also the first time that I had done it with the setup. We're using with everybody recording from their own homes because of the ongoing pandemic. So. Thank you again. For that and I also have a little bit listener mail to take us out perfection. This email is from Janine. Who says dear Holly and Tracy I just listened to your podcast on homework and practice babies and found them fascinating. The same responses tracy to practice babies hearing about them for the first time all right those flour sack babies. I remember that wait what so glad you went! Went on to talk about them. In particular I thought it was funny that neither of you took Olmec I'm about ten years younger than you and my school required both Mac and shop for everyone in eighth grade. What I mostly remember with making biscuits and sewing stuffed animals from kits did let us use the power tools in the shop, so it wasn't as useless as Tracy's experience..
"dr rachel" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Visibly read it, but now we have advanced new imaging techniques that can be applied to reading those words, then all automatically, really obvious combination, my personal favorite way that science and history get combined is when we can kind of fact, check our ancestors. So I. Really Love these problems we're for example like with the Hanley. There were these cases of testimony of seeing this blue light from shore that said Hey. We're coming back and I as a scientist can look at that and be like. Did you see it though and then? It'd be like Ooh I. Somehow doubt this is physically possible based on the capabilities of the human eye, and so I think that that really lends insight into the way that we interpret things, because then once you do that calculation, and you say okay. This is probably not a plausible story. You go back to the original document and you're like. Oh well, this wording could actually be interpreted in a different way. So. We're still going to the same primary source documents, but now we're coming back from a place of being more informed instead of just trying to rehash the words in a hypothetical fashion. Awesome, so this book and your research into the Hanley. That all came out of your your PhD. You are now Dr Rachel Land. That's that's finish. Yup So. Technically Tracy technically I'm Professor Rachel adds. Rachel sign. So. What are you doing now? What's next for you? Well do you couldn't get rid of me? I sort of just moved in their few sleeve. No, I'm just kidding. After I graduated I did go back to work for the Navy, which was a job that I was extremely passionate about and love very much, but there was one particular project that was near, and dear to me because it was based on. a man who died diving on one of my projects. Oh, he didn't. He didn't die because of the thing I had built, but he was still. He still die because of a thing that kills a lot of unfortunately a lot of divers and so. I received a little bit of an ultimatum that would've had and that project and I decided that I would rather quit. My job than quipped at work. So dukes thankfully took me in. ME. Home I was a homeless scientists for a little while so now I officially have a title in faculty position. But I am continuing to do dive, medical research and underwater respiratory physiology research and I'm loving every second of it and my requirement to them. They actually laughed at me for because they're like you're the only one who's never who's requested not to ever get tenure. I wanted to work part time. So I'm already working on his second book as well and that's great. Time Yeah, can you? Can you tell us what the second book is about or is that? A little under wraps right now? I'm actually hoping to hear back about it today. So by the time this by the time his heirs, hopefully I'll have heard back about whether or not. There's official, but it will be another combination of science in history, so you've already started doing a lot more archival work and it's a lot more military related medicine, and it's about a group of scientists who were doing some pretty crazy experiments on themselves and what they ended up discovering from the the damage, they did to their own body..
"dr rachel" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"While working on this my favorite thing that I discovered while researching was actually about the reins brothers, so I ended up writing a whole chapter. I'm black powder, which is I promise so fascinating? Favorite chapters, but the rains brothers who are Gabriel George Washington were responsible for a lot of the black powder, and the explosives that the confederacy had and I'd originally written like this whole multi page thing just about George Washington rains, but ended up taking it out. It was just too much of a sidebar. But this guy was intense and he was. He just cracks me up because he was on a mission to start the black powder mill for the confederacy, so they're short black powder. There's no header manufacturing to speak of Down Mirror, and the blockade is limited how much they can import and so this guy is like sleeping on railway cars. He's never made black powder before and this. This is an incredibly dangerous thing to try to do like. They build these mills planning for explosions to happen, and this guy's like it's cool. I've got a pamphlet, and so he's like riding around doesn't have a home on these railway cars looking for a place to build a powder mill for the first time in his entire life, just the so much confidence that I lack. Of that. I got to go through a lot of his letters to his brother Gabriel rains. Gabriel is his much much older brother. Something like fifteen to twenty years older to look the exact numbers and Gabriel was the one who really joined the military I and became a munition experts I, he's actually the person who invented landmines so obviously. This is an interesting family, but as George. Washington's rains starts to become more involved in the military. He is writing about his activities in battle to his older brother, and now since it's over one hundred years later, we can fact. Fact check him, and as it turns out, he was just straight lying. Oh, no, yeah! I was sitting in these archives reading these George wise did raise letters, and like googling the battles, and he was just making up, and he was there tens of pages long where he describes in detail like how number they were, and how the opposing forces had munitions, and then you look it up and they're like at this battle. The Americans outnumbered the Mexican forces. Lay three to one. So I. think that was probably one of my favorite things discovered was this guy was just so excited about telling his older brother about his war experiences that he was just making stories. We're not real. Yeah, we're not real. What surprised you the most, when doing this research into the Hunley or or just generally, when writing the book what surprised me was the amount of. This is gonNA sound so cheesy. Okay, but it's the translator it's..
"dr rachel" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"And then, in addition to that as I was researching it, I found a third reference, and that for me was enough to reinforce those other two, this references, a diary of a man named John Roy. And he was a known associate of the people who built the Hanley one of whom is James, mclintock and John, Roy around the time of this supposedly station, was invited to go watch a demonstration of a submarine in Pontchartrain and that to me that third source was enough to reinforce the story, really actually occurred, and not unfortunately to enslave men were forced inside an lost. Lost their lives as a result of the failure of the submarine operate as planned but the reason I really wanted to dedicate more time to finding additional sources, and this is actually something that I plan to continue picking and I hope other historians also keep an eye out for these resources to is because there is an author who has modern day publications about. About the Hunley who decided to change the wording in that historical letter, so instead of two Contra Man's. He wrote that it was just to normal man. And then he discuss hell. They were actually confederate volunteers, which is obviously not true and to me. It's an appalling misuse of history when you try and cover up. Something like that just just acknowledged. What happened and And be honest. The I would agree with that when when you and I were arranging this interview and I, got the review copy of the Book you sent me an email that said something like buckle up for chapter three, and when I was reading chapter three, and I got to this part that we just talked about. I think chapter three was the chapter. I was like I think this is what. That was in reference to. Yes. I have never so badly. Just wanted to like. Pick up my phone and somehow text the author of a book and be like serious that would. Tweet me that their legal. Ads that just happened. So, yeah for that reason Saturday. Classic that folks have a May have listened to where we said that it was scuttled to keep it from falling into enemy.
"dr rachel" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"It was in some archive in some other country, and they had never been there right right. Sometimes, there's a language barrier to like I would have really loved. Loved to look at some of the old submarine prototypes from other countries, some records of some from China and things like that, but I do not speak sufficient, Chinese for that research so right right so you talk in your book about how before shifting your focus onto the Hunley you had been studying blast injuries in World War Two specifically in people who are in the water when they were hurt, can. Can you tell me a little bit about that research? And where you were kind of thinking, it might lead you before you switched onto this other focus well, I started that research just because like any HD student I was looking for a project. You Need To pick your own dissertation project, and it has to be a substantial enough contribution to the world science that they're then going to call you doctor afterwards. So for me as someone who'd been working for the navy and had previously been working building underwater breathing systems dot, translation of my work into looking at underwater explosions seemed really natural, and how the more I dug into the current guidelines are for safety from underwater blast. The more realized that we don't know very much about it, so that's actually part of ongoing research for me. It's something I. Still WanNa. Keep continue pursuing an been picking away out slowly, but the way that I was doing it and the way that I got started was looking. Looking at World War Two soldiers who had ended up in the water when their ships were sunk, so this was happening in the battles in both the Atlantic and the Pacific, some enemy force would end up sinking their ship, and what would happen was the often had a depth charge that was primed and ready to go on board the deck because they were typically fighting submarines, and as their ship went down, the depth chart would slide off the back as the rest of the vessel Sake, and then when it got to, it's predetermined depth. Depth where the trigger was set for. It would go off now. At this point, it's kind of friendly fire by like inanimate object, and these guys would be in the water and they'd been swimming away. They knew this was coming, so they tried to get as far as possible. And so, what happened was for me as a researcher. You have these hundreds of case. Reports of men who are swimming in the water. Who Know about how far away their sinking ship is who are aware of that distance, which is important, and then who end up. Up With this variety of injuries, and for an injury and chemist person like me, you could take that and turn that into a useful guideline. For how far will you need to be in order to be safe? So the sort of end goal was to figure out guidelines. If you're in the water, you need to get this far away in order to be a little safer from the blast. Exactly my work is always about safety guidelines advertise active equipment, which is actually part of why like it, because I kind of feel good about vast. Yeah but. Typically if someone is trying to do harm, they'll just overestimate how much tnt they need or whatever explosive they're using, but if you WANNA be Save, you need to know how far away you need.
"dr rachel" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Hello and welcome cast I'm Tracy. Wilson and I'm holly frowning. 2017 we did an episode about the confederate submarine H L Hunley and at the end of that episode we talked about some research that had been done by Dr. Rachel Lance about the cause of the disaster that killed the entire crew. We just replayed that episode as Saturday classic this past weekend for folks who don't know that story. Dr Lands and we had a brief email exchange after that after the friends of the humbly issued a press release that kind of dismissed her findings, without really engaging with her hypothesis, and now she has written a whole book about that research, not just about the conclusions that she came to, but also her whole process of doing research, experimenting and Sifting through information to really get to the truth of it. That book is called in the waves. My quest to solve the mystery of a civil war submarine Dr Lance was kind enough to sit down with me to talk about it. We are sharing that interview today. So I'm here today. Interviewing Dr Rachel Lance author of in the waves. My quest solve the mystery of a civil war submarine that book I really loved reading. It combines science and history and memoir altogether while recounting her. Research NC. What caused the disaster of the Hanley? That disaster led to the death. The whole crew during the US civil war so welcome Dr Rachel Lamps. Thank you I. can you tell us a bit about yourself and your background? Well as you mentioned I, did my phd and I did that university? And what I am is a biomedical engineer, and that's a really vague term. It can encompass a lot of things, but I specifically study patterns of injury and trauma that occurred people. One of the subjects. I, really enjoy studying and I'm passionate about is trauma patterns from explosions, and the reason for that is because not only do I get to occasionally set explosions while I'm researching those, but also it's very real problem that still affects a lot of active-duty servicemen and women so I worked on that..
Rare syndrome possibly linked to COVID-19 is now in Pennsylvania, officials say
"Health officials say there are now several reports of M. I. S. C. or multi system inflammatory syndrome in children within the state of the centers for disease control says this is a serious condition and it's a complication of covert nineteen currently we are aware of seventeen reports of M. I. S. C. in Pennsylvania nine of those are now confirmed to have been determined actually not to be a case in the remaining six are under investigation had so many health secretary Dr Rachel Levine says there's little information known about the disease but surgeons include persistent fever rash change in skin color swollen lymph nodes red eyes or conjunctivitis abdominal pain we do not know if it is specific to children or if it could also occur in adults we also do not know the specific risk factors or how it is transmitted this is why it is important for parents to be aware of the symptoms of this condition Dr Levine says if parents noticed any symptoms in their children they should contact their health care providers for guidance on what to do next this condition is very similar to callous sake
"dr rachel" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Agree with our strategy Dr Rachel Levine answering that question yesterday is that too your satisfaction you'll have to make that determination but meanwhile district attorney for the Commonwealth is investigating these facilities and is going to try to determine what went wrong especially right here in Beaver County at that bright disability where seventy one in it may be more people died in that building yes sixty six percent of the deaths throughout the state were are attributed to a long term care facilities and while the investigations underway they should just look great at Harrisburg in the policy of little that she had just mentioned earlier about putting possible code nineteen patients back into long term care facilities after their hospital stay there will be great scrutiny on that part of the story and now we go to our nation's capital C. B. S.'s Paula reed at the White House says the nation tries to figure out how to re open America president trump continues to push to get America back to work even over objections from his own medical experts president trump's plan to re open the country has repeatedly been questioned by his own health experts he pushed back we will open our country people want to open the schools are going to be open the president took issue with doctor Anthony found she's warning Tuesday that there could be a resurgence of the virus in schools could be in danger he wants to play all sides of the equation I was surprised by his answer actually meanwhile federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell warned of permanent damage to the economy if Congress doesn't pass additional stimulus the scope and speed of this downturn or without modern precedent significantly worse than any recession since World War two the president wants businesses to reopen and shoppers back in stores to boost the economy and help his chances of reelection but top health experts on Capitol Hill says the testing necessary to achieve that safely is currently insufficient the U. S. needs more than nine hundred thousand S. everyday to safely open up again we're doing about a third of that the White House relies on I have a quick test for its staff a new study showed.
Breakthrough Solutions for Anxiety, Depression and PTSD With Apollo Founder Dr. David Rabin
"This particular juncture in human history. We're in a very strange time because the most powerful evolutionary way that we express safety to one another is touching it hugs and now we're self isolate and so. How do we reconcile that? It comes out as your ability to what you were mentioning earlier. So I think I'll a big part of this is I think as you said four Sabbath. It's forcing us into a day of self reflection or three months of self reflection where this is an opportunity to be grateful for what we have and to figure out how to make. Sure this never happens again talk talk more about your research with psychedelics. And where you think this is all going so my research is ongoing presently I think going back to what we're talking about earlier with Eric handles emotional learning. I think Dr Rachel Yehuda who is an incredible researcher at Mount Sinai in the Bronx. Va took things a another step further from understanding just how Neuron Neuron structures and synapses change as we grow and learn and she actually started looking at markers on the DNA That are called epigenetics. So genetics. Dna means tends to mean in DNA when we talk about it means in the act's and Jeez that are literally the same in every single cell in our entire body except in our sperm cells for the most part however if all the DNA and all the genetic code in all of ourselves the same pretty much. How does a skin cell different for brain cell and the way the skins almost different from a brain cell is there little markings on the DNA that tell the skin? Hey Skin your skin don't make rain proteins and it tells the brain that hate your brain and your the specific part of the brain. Don't make skin proteins or any other proteins. Don't make sense for where you're located in your in the in the by albeit regulation right through epigenetics on the markers on the DNA. The answer was really passing. Rachel found that others have fat had echoed in the in the scientific sphere since then is that she found that a lot of hints that Trauma Causes Changes to stress in reward response genes a pass on overtime not only pass on overtime over the course of our lives but pass on over time generations in that ancestors of people or sorry ancestors of people who were in the Holocaust their children and great grand children and Grandchildren. As far as they went in the study they expressed similar the same. Epa genetic markings at correlated with. Ptsd as their parents who were traumatized and so then the next step was hey. Let's try this. Let's explore this a causal model in mice and they traumatize mice at very young age in a red those nights and they watch the genetic The expression marking patterns and they found that without a doubt there were significant changes to stress in reward response gene expression that occurred with that first trauma at a young age that were passed on for up to four generations a safe living before they were eventually or sorry at least four generations of safe living before they were eventually eliminated from the DNA so day ever raised these the the subsequent generations with the EPA genetic markers outside of their Genetic Pool in other words because you know we we always thought about g the one of the things about intergenerational transmission of trauma. It's something about the parent is emotionally transmitted somehow transmitted through the caretaking. They do any control like that. That's a great question I have to go back and look But I but but regardless. I think it is more realistic to not do that. Because that is not representative of what we experience in our lives. Typically in our in our lives when we're traumatized and we resolved their trauma. We do traumatize our children and so I think what's interesting in mice in mice you can. Actually you can look at all these different time points because mice don't have the same rights in our society that human humans do and you can section their brains and take samples. Dna over the course of you know all these different time points in their lives and see that you know when a mouse is born a young mouse born from traumatized parent That baby mouse before has been exposed to negative behavior from the parents still has the same or similar changes and so. I think what's most important about all? This is that trauma and a lot of the symptoms that we're experiencing as a result. Louis experiences result of trauma are not permanent. What this is showing us? Is that epigenetics. If these changes are in the EPA Genetic Code. That's a really good sign because epigenetics are modifiable by things that happen in our lives if trauma which can be defined in reductionist way as you know powerful negative intense meaningful experiences one or many and that EPA genetic changes that result in clinical expression of PTSD depression anxiety. And then we see people going through one. Two three extremely intense meaningful positive experiences with psychedelics or with amazing therapists and their symptoms are within with just three doses of medicine and a bunch of psychotherapy basically gone for years afterwards. That could only be the case if it was acting on the same part of the of the genome. And so because that's the only thing that lasts in our bodies for years and years and years passed onto roster so I think it works long right now. It's very exciting with maps and folks at Yale and in USC. And Dr Huda is. We're looking we're looking at is can psychedelic medicine. Using the proper way actually reverse the EPA genetic changes that result from trauma. And can we then use that? Study to explain how the sort of the interface between science and spirituality where where is where does healing her healing occurs by allowing ourselves to feel safe enough to heal and when we feel safe enough to heal. That's when the recovery nervous is on that's where the para sympathetic system gets resources diverted to ward it to facilitate. Hopefully what we will see as EPA genetic remodeling that restores recovery.
"dr rachel" Discussed on Scummy Mummies
"Very elegant nine out of ten of which on facebook angry and I d I sometimes one day I partly because we had such a horrible now. It's no no. Thank you trained. Come on right to the talking I. She's talking Shit so that experience you've had just the way you would see everything and I think even of the language that we've talked about the language that's used join the especially when a burst doesn't go as planned so even the language you might hear again frames experienced that it might be something to do with you as a as a mom because the word failure birth nights failure to incompetent serve incompetently to progress in my favorite. You have that in your head then it kind of if anything goes wrong chicks you out to your day. It starts raining Conga. Plenty rain cover on the buggy. So you've never done it in your home just really used as this call mom stuff in it can if you don't catch it commend just cascade. I think it just become a real avalanche of. I'm just really set now. One of the biggest stresses I think is the relationship stress. I remember one of my friends. My shaking me before I had my first child saying just. Who's going to do the domestic chores like she didn't say anything about BUGGIES NAPPIES? She sort of shook me and said workout. Who's taking the beans out. Work out all of the things and obviously that was a really big thing. I think that's actually really true. Like if someone sort of graded all the stresses that a child broadened she live. It would be three. Am when your husband doesn't get out to fix the baby or yeah or if you single mom and you don't have that support like I mean Rachel like have you have you kind of cut with those award. Vast to new parents going through the rage phases. I liked it. I mean it definitely think a lot. We talk in the book about different emotions that you're not expecting that really come to the floor. So guilt anger hatred. We definitely talk about how to manage the anger in yourself. Kind of physically the angry she might get. Yeah it's hard not to sound like a cliche token about communicate you know opening indication and finding a good time to be able to try to differentiate count some of those shows in essence. That's what it's about being able to to try to talk through what the issue is and then kind of joint solution with your partner bounce. It sometimes phantom isn't it is it because instead of we store at one of the activities that I'm Rachel gave me the I really loved with about exactly vested when raids builds up and that kind of anger that you're just angry at everything after a while because it's not just one thing is that kind of every day the ban or the. She's by the door the you know stuff on the kitchen table. Not Eating Adam Bassett and and one of the activities to pitch literally rubbish dump and write down to give yourself in a five ten minutes. Just sort of writing or even doodling drawing and one is what is it miss on your rubbish tip and even just emptying out to pay emptying today who will help but be then. Have something that you can be wrong. I didn't realize that it was the fact that there was shoes disgusted by the door. That was upset so much and you can then be with apartments right okay. Let's look at this shit he that we've created an online. That's really annoying me. Let's say we don't go out what we can do to kind of so two or even just sharing that kind of knowledge that Oh. I didn't realize that that was driving. Insane yeah well but I also think is about finding something that works for us. I think in terms of advice giving is this idea of one size fits all think I've met so many people who are tired of having people tell them to when they're feeling angry have Abou- lots county and just try and down that way you want to do with that candle point and I think there is a certain amount of energy that comes with anger so for some people that might be more that they do on screaming out so they might go somewhere and scream at all scribble across painter. Something around teaches remarkable face. I mean all the things going. Pinson like it's the wild west La Night. Just just for spitting don't in the book is not recommended. Just amazing thing fitting. Long right yeah. Is there a spitoon special mommy we could get it on? Amazon back again go for space tobacco me. Do I mean it was here last year? It wasn't that was the thing to be meeting. And in your book you say you just ain't priorities tolls to help parents were the tolls Dr Rachel. We should have in our tool box. Yes some of them are about and dealing with different body. The body failings body sensations that we get when we feel different things in terms of throws. I think you've you've drawn a lot on mindfulness. And there's a lot of breathing in where we know spitting. That's difficult to do. The tooth is on China. Mindfulness initially with talking about dating. It was going to be a framework. So I'm just going to stop you. There astride insisting to this comes behavioral therapy on the underlying premise of considerable therapy. Is that the way you think influences the way that you feel and then the way you behave okay and then we decided that out of experience just women that I was talking to the thing about. Cbs's I don't think it really resonates with everyone. And the whole point therapies is that you have to have acquired kind of them hot lead flatlands onto one key connection. We things walk. Let somebody I'm stomach. But that's just my profile. Fled into these therapies. Really kind of an emotional connection with something different to what the food and sometimes see comes in quite robotic and. It's very Checklist UCSE think tank. The way you think that missile happen and it's wonderful and it can be really powerful but it might not it might resonate with certain different scenarios so we decided to go with a multi therapy appraiser. Rachel uses lots of different types of therapy with various clients. Ask this is what the pick and mix of therapy to the savings as some of that. Mindfulness therapies little journaling. In the book so we did a lot of them a lot of back activities where you write down and explore things and so just trying to sell me say at the beginning of the book that some of the activities may not work for you. You might sort of women. Forgive a mess go onto the next one hopefully with all of them got the dopey lots of stuff that you can kind of drew from in your daily life. Hopefully it's kind of a backpack of feeling shitty. It can be like have you know I just need to breathe counts spent but let's get down to as moms your sounds water your your tipping points or other. Bits of your day is a mom that makes you just want to night that candle and then set fire to the curb. I find the emotional. Let both of my boys are very maybe. Hopefully it will all children deputy off at that very emotionally too. You didn't and I sometimes just find really hard. If it's like Morris flips out how like if I haven't brought him the riots not go to school and yes I guess so. Cross it me and hold the grudge all the way home and then Freddy will start. Because he's any to have a little time to about something that he wrote and then I'll be dislike got in my former life be able to just walk down the road and be happy and now. I'm actually just having to deal with to humans who are shouting and screaming at me and angry. I find that when I'm feeling zillion public able to kind of make the law for the NFL. I was slightly more. If your neck is work I am or whatever. Yeah and it's raining here and I find myself saying to Morris just talk just let it go and that's no fun. That's something I had a couple of weeks ago. Where if I'm saying too Charlie? Oh just grow up six. I'm saying Oh same. Many people said that to me. And that's actually that exact centers in the book because if in those moments you hear yourself saying just grow up in or and then you have to catch yourself from rely actually is one of the things like if you count it so hard to lift yourself out of that moment and that's why it's always come back to the breath because if he if you physically come into basements than it does diffuse the emotional charge of it is hard to remember but once you kind of get into sort of habit of doing it is easier to bounce back those moments so you've been in a situation like that you've kind of look back on it and thought okay perhaps didn't yeah town a lot the way that I wanted to. I guess it's also about not beating yourself with lung. Yeah no not maybe talking about it on a poker face is suffering. You just not do that whereas the that one one more would do that let it go over have do you let it go. Because you know it's it's quite easy to say someone just just let it go. You know never bothered you anyway. So how do you do that in terms of just taking a step back against the things that really bother you were the things that Kinda might tap into something a bit without getting sued but my top into something that you might started to believe about yourself or think about yourself in terms of your mother? Incapabilities yourself as a person is about beginning to try and refrain what you've seen all challenge. Perhaps the way you've interpreted it because you might into inserts it as okay. I'm tired alms. Feel this way sometimes. Everybody behaved like this any Hook a little bit. Yeah and if you do that you down a different kind of but I think that's the thing because I had never had therapy before and actually sort of writing. The book certainly was a real journey for me. That was mind blowing because I realized that it is. There are very simple. Steps are very simple but that doesn't mean that easy and so it's the realizing actually it takes real discipline not to send energy to that negative thoughts and stuff. Because I was I was clean of beating myself up one of my friends in the Red Corner. It's on your and in the blooming. Its annual every month now. That's what I have always my whole life done and so to realize that you can actually teach yourself not to do that with just revelatory and it does it. Allow Vanya sounds good enough into ball kids around some aspects so obviously spin a CB model the idea of beliefs and thoughts that I think some aspects of have become so mainstream..
"dr rachel" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Lives. So Dr Rachel. Herlihy said, it's an unfortunate. But in Puerto reminder of the importance of two doses of influence vaccine for young children who are receiving influence a vaccine for the first time if you've already had the flu shot before previous years, you only get one shot each year. And again, I'll go through what the CDC recommends so hairline. He says the child at the H one n one strain, which is the predominant strain this year. Which is why we don't think it's going to be as vicious of flu season as last year, whose predominant strain was h three n two this year. It's h one n one of the more predominant straight still kill you. So Selena win is a seven year old and went into a coma. And she is currently battling the fluid children's hospital, Colorado. And we are right now in peak flu season doctors are so recommending getting the flu vaccine because they could you know, give you some protection as early as two weeks from now. But what kills you with their Monja with with the flu getting ammonia or other breathing difficulties? So we have a child who did get the flu vaccine, but it wasn't enough. The child who died was under vaccinated. So what is the CDC recommending? So this is something that a lot of people have not gotten the memo on. So. Children under six months can't get the vaccine try to keep your babies away from the flu. But if they're over six months, they should get the flu shot. That's what's been recommend anybody six months or older. You cannot get the nasal spray until you're two years old. So that's got a six-month-old seven-month-old, you give them the flu shot. Now. They say children that are six months to eight years old cleft previously received two or more doses of any flu vaccine in their past. So I don't see how a six-month-old would if you can't really vaccinate till six months. They if they've already had two doses. You only need to get one a year. However. Anybody who only received one dose or never received the flu shot needs to Joseph four weeks apart? So if you've never given your kindergartner the flu shot, and you go in and get the kid the flu shot you need to one month later, go back and get that second booster. Why because the first dose primesee immune system gets ready. And then the second dose provides protection, they say children are only get that. One dose can have reduced protection. Now, how many of you guys were aware that had to do the two shots? We've been talking about getting the flu shot every year. But we have to additionally say don't forget you need to get the double. If this is the first time, you're getting the flu shot of your first time, your kid got the flu shot or if they've only had one shop before they need to. So now going back to anti vaccine. Don't underestimate the number of people that are anti vaccines. There's a lot out there. In october. The agency released a report that an estimated one hundred thousand young children have not received a vaccination against any of the fourteen diseases for which the shots were recommended. Most young children's seventy percent had all their shots. But that's still not everybody. Now, the CDC researchers did not ask why parents didn't get their children vaccinated some said it was health insurance. But you see a lot of government programs pay for shots.
"dr rachel" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Summertime means the sun is out and people are eager to soak up some race but ultraviolet rays may pose some dangerous to our eyesight a uv light causes damage to the surface structures of the eye the delicate issue the contract taiba and also causes damage to the internal structures so blocking radiation is very important that's dr rachel bishop and ophthalmologist at the national institute she says son damage is easily preventable yet it's so easy to forget fortunately sunglasses don't have to break the bank but they do need to have uv protection happily sunglasses are required to do this and if you're shopping for sunglasses you really don't have to spend a lot of money you just need to look for that tag that says slots ninety nine percent of uva and using the light and those don't have to be expensive uv protection needs to be for both uv a and uv rays that's worth noting because some sunglasses will protect only one or the other some contact lenses and i g losses provide you protection as well but bishop says they should not be used as a substitute for sunglasses eyeglasses will have protection in the manufacturing stages which should of course firm when you get the glasses contacts to as well which again you should contact lenses of course post their own risk because the context directly on the ice surface a offer the possibility of infection so it's really important for people who wear contact lenses to follow the instructions on how to clean them and maintain them and of course to wash their hands before they're handling their contact a lot of young people wear contacts and might become a little relaxed about using them unfortunately it poses the risk of infection which can cause vision loss while many is structures such as the macula and retina are prone to damn from uv rays bishop emphasizes the importance of.
"dr rachel" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"Business how do you hire people what do you have to worry about neiman now how do you build your team how do you actually deliver on november first at that that you've committed to you know that's kind of the the smaller and let us know west it's no smaller in the sense of changing the world and that's really what we like to work with companies that are ready to change the world stay stage for more of the business builders show with martin rules my friends at nast partners dot com asks you who we'll take you there the predictive index allows you to decode the complexities of your people in realize what drives workplace behaviors so you can ensure alignment reach your teams true potential and achieve your business objectives faster than ever to predictive index uses proven science to help you manage across the higher to retire lifecycle which scientifically validated workforce assessments that provide high impact insights in minutes that's the predictive index learn more at nast partners dot com that's my friend dave nast at nast partners dot com that's n a s t nast partners a dot com you're listening to the business polish law i'm your host marty wolf my guest is dr rachel mk headley and give us your website again rachel so www dot roads group i n t l d dot com i understand you you're writing a book so tell me about the buck why did you feel the need fort and actually i'm gonna kinda jump ahead a little bit maybe this'll help you talk about it in the outline that you sent me it says the book i guess is juice i'm not sure if that's the title at this point in time it describes how anyone can implement change create a culture of innovation or grow a company through practical tools suited to their personality suited to their personality so go from there either tell me more about the book or tell me what you mean by suited to their personality in a direction you want.
"dr rachel" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"Well penn state just down the road from you guys i wanna mention that you know we we have to my temperature and states so how did you end up a penn state that's interesting yet is a pretty interesting story i got my master's degree university tennessee knoxville and also another big football cool and then when i went to had a job at the us geological survey as a research scientist and they had an opportunity to work with penn state on some of their satellite work they said if i came and helped amount than i they'd consider me for their phd program so that's how i ended up there speaking of satellite work uh in in the radio business they call that a segue i think you know speak satellites thi this up you did an absolutely awesome ted x talk bank here first of all and do we google your name to find that or how how do we actually find out what's the best way just google your name yeah you can google mind name and ted act and you'll definitely find it or you can go to the ted xcom fight and and tony there and you'll find in that name is dr rachel mk heavily h e a d l e y tell me about the ted ex talk what did you talk about who was your audience talk to me about that well the 10x was an interesting tough for me because it the theme of my ted acts that i spoke out was connection and so what i did as i spent much of my career the last twenty years anyway um in the satellite world i was up each year scientists studied satellite imagery and i studied the way human changed the world whether it's cutting down trees or planting crops or what have you and so my 10x i thought that was the most exciting connection between humans than the earth that i wanted to talk about so i really talked about how humans are living on the planet and how you half the ballot you know the answers never in the extreme it's always somewhere in the middle so you know we have a lot of extreme than politics than decisionmaking today and i really feel like the best answers are somewhere in the middle of that was kind of this team um it was.
"dr rachel" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"Astra per north business owners professionals who seek excellence bringing them business classroom to you it's the business builders show fears marty will the oh god welcome to the business builders show with marty wolf chauffeur entrepreneurs business owners and business leaders by marty wolf your host for the business builders show and along with my executive producer c taylor we will be your guides on this learning and journey at proud to let you know we recorded the show in the studios of ninety four three fm the talker which is part of bold gold media and we are in my hometown of scranton pennsylvania harari for scranton pennsylvania de say scranton my friend and northeast pa where we are making it happened we are rock in here it's called while we're barack and but we're rock and the ice all right the business birla show is distributed by sea sweet radio that c dash sweet radiocom you can find the business bowler show and many other fine shows and see sweet radio so d c is our guest on the line yes and our guest is dr rachel m k headley high rachel why marty hyde on doing great now let's let's get your kind of in the knee place rachel tell me where you're at tokyo all the details but you're kinda like relaxing a little bit archer i i am not hold iin arizona enemy eight agree today ari ham at the at the open down here while okay so.
"dr rachel" Discussed on Scummy Mummies
"Mike out what we can do to kind of sorts out or even just sharing that kind of knowledge that oh i didn't realize that that was driving me so insane dea and a vote but i also think is about finding something that looks for you said i think in terms of advicegiving it is the side of one size fits all think i've met so many people who are tired of having people tell them too when they're failing i'm gray denies i'll have a bath lots count i'm just try and i know wound down that way you wouldn't do that can't leave lack win and i think there is a certain amount of energy that comes with angus surface some people that might be more that they do on that just screaming out so they might go some lands and scream out old will across as the us have paid some tehran teaches remote the roles face i mean all the things yeah let's go in front of his pit somewhat averell spadea light at the wild west jelly from the norfolk oh i did i don't is that in the book is not recommended that the ends no zanik madison just space has to do respect all amazing through written the laura is the respect to the special mummies to we could get it all now at the amazon that back again just a guy for space speight added tobacco thought he's not hang up a whole new what i mean it was last year it wasn't and that was the thing to be in tip announced meeting in your book you say issue and using these tools to help parents said what are the tolls dr rachel we should have in our toll box yes some of them are about and dealing with different body kinda the body failings body sensations that we get when they feel different things in terms of those think any you've you've drawn a lot on mindfulness armed applaud siemens yet a lot of breathing in nigeria miller the brave where we know spacing.