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"dr raji" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

09:14 min | 9 months ago

"dr raji" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"This is CNN breaking news. Welcome to our viewers here in the United States and around the World Wolf Blitzer in the situation room. We're following breaking news. Residents of the nation's largest county are likely looking at months more at home the Los Angeles County Health Director. Just said she expects the state home order covering the counties ten million people to be extended through July also breaking right now the death toll from the corona virus pandemic now approaching eighty two thousand people with more than one point three million confirmed cases the US now accounts for more than one quarter of the world's four point two million cases and almost three hundred thousand people have died worldwide. Meanwhile a blunt warning from a top US health official that stands in stark contrast. What we're hearing from President Trump. Dr Raji telling senators that ignoring guidelines on reopening creates the real risk of what he calls an outbreak. That will that you will not be able to control direct quote. And he's urging more testing despite president trump's claim that the. Us has once again. I'm quoting him now. according the president prevailed when it comes to testing. Let's get some more and all the breaking news first of Los Angeles. Our national correspondent. Erica Hill is joining us. Erica ten million residents of Los Angeles County. They're probably looking months more at home. That's right that's what we've heard from the From the county public health director and what she said really coincided with what we heard from. Dr Anthony Fauci today. His concerns about moving too quickly about possibly triggering spike The Public Health director saying that her hope is always end by bend by using data they could lift restrictions slowly over the next three months today. Wolf she said very simply. There's no way an experiment in real time as experts urge caution. I think we're going in the right direction but the right direction does not by any means control of this outbreak retail stores opening their doors in Ohio. Today we are going to stick to a strict two to one. If we have an employee we can have to customers as more restaurants adapt we really felt. We needed one more week to let people stay at home and and not quite rush into it. Beaches in Los Angeles County set to reopen Wednesday for exercise only as the county's public health director warns other. Stay at home. Orders will likely be in place for the next three months. Broadway's iconic theaters won't be back before at least September sixth as the CDC reports that could be as many as five thousand additional deaths in hard hit New York City. The mayor warning any reopening is still weeks away in the beginning of June. That will be the first chance we get to start to do something differently. But only if the indicators show us that only if they show that we've reached the kind of consistent progress. We need that. Progress includes a steady decline in cases part of the White House's own guidance which no state appears to have met Alabama Texas and South Dakota among those seeing an uptick in Georgia. One of the earliest dates to reopen cases remain steady with nearly every state scheduled to be partially opened by the end of the week. Americans ARE NOT CONVINCED. Officials have the virus under control more than half say the government is doing a poor job preventing the spread according to a new CNN poll while fifty two percent believed the worst is still to come think. We're only literally in that very very early innings of this and was really concerning to me is. We're not planning for what could be. A large wave of cases is a real risk that you will trigger an outbreak. Do you may not be able to control. The union representing many workers at the nation's meat processing plants says ten thousand members have been infected or exposed to the virus at least thirty have died outbreaks and deaths at nursing homes and long term care facilities. Also a major source of concern Dr Anthony. Founding noting Tuesday the number of US debts maybe far higher than the eighty thousand plus reported and while September may feel like a lifetime away. There is pressure for answers about school. This fall Dr Voucher. Warning there is not a single solution and they're also won't be a vaccine in time. The idea of having treatments available or vaccine to facilitate the re entry students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far meantime Disney now accepting July reservations for its theme parks as baseball prepares for a shortened season with fans cheering from hall. There wasn't pressure on officials. Stay at that hearing wolf before direction from the CDC her Chris Murphy of Connecticut actually pressing. Cdc Director Robert Redfield saying or. Are we going to get this guidance or not? My state is getting ready to reopen. I'd like to have the information and Dr Redfield basically making it clear It will likely not be there in time for Connecticut. At least which is one of the last states sent to Rio. Speak to the governor of Connecticut shortly Erica Hill. Thank you very much Let's go to the White House right now. Our CHIEF WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT JIM. Acosta says On the scene for us as he always is Jim. Some really stark testimony. Today by Dr Ouchi and other top health officials that's right we'll president trump's rosy assessments of the corona virus pandemic were put under the microscope during that. Senate hearing top administration health expert. Dr Anthony Fauci warned senators not to reopen schools in the US too quickly and even one of the president's fellow Republicans Mitt Romney tore into Mr Trump's misleading statement that the US leading the world in testing. Thank you very much Mr Chairman testifying remotely a rare Senate hearing on the corona virus pandemic. Dr Anthony FAUCI warned the health crisis in the US could be worse than what's already known telling senators. The actual number of deaths may be higher than current estimates. I think you are correct at the number is likely higher. I I don't know exactly what percents higher but certainly higher vouching other administration. Health experts were grilled on some of president. Trump's questionable comments about the virus head of the hearing the president tweeted. Our testing is the best in the world by far. But that's not true. Some of the latest data shows the. Us still lags behind other countries in testing the administration has frequently compared the US to South Korea. Even though the two countries are far apart and deaths are glaring contrast noted by GOP. Senator Mitt Romney find our testing record. Nothing to celebrate whatsoever. The fact is their test. Numbers are going down down down down now because they don't have break we have going up. I'm in a clash over reopening schools Republican senator rand. Paul echoed complaints from trump supporters. That found she has been too cautious. Pfau chief fired right back. I don't think through the end hall. I don't think you're the one person against make a decision. I have never made myself out to be the end all and only voice in this. I'm a scientist. A physician at a public health official. I think we've got to. Be careful. If are not cavalier. In thinking that children completely immune the deleterious effects as the White House and some Republicans are clamoring for states to reopen vice president. Mike Pence was spotted outside the West Wing wearing a mask on like last week. Wore White House. Staffers can be seen in masks. To pence is keeping his distance from Mr Trump officials. Say as a precaution after the vice president's press secretary tested positive for the virus the vice president has made the choice to keep his distance for a few days and I would just note that that's his personal decision to make that as to how many days he does it. Poll finds a sizeable majority of Americans approve of the president's handling of the virus a measurable Spike over the last two months so the president is trying to distract the public from his record taking credit for the positive poll numbers for many governors tweeting. Remember this every governor who has sky high approval on their handling of the corona virus. And I'm happy for them all could in no way of gotten those numbers or had that success without me and the federal government's help the president is tossing out new bright shiny objects coining the term. Obama Gate suggest from President. Barack Obama somehow committed a crime. Even as Mr Trump won't say what it is or produce any evidence. What if the crime exactly what the crime is? The crime is very obvious to everybody you have to do is read the newspapers except yours. Senate Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell complained about Obama's criticism of the President President. Obama should've kept his mouth shut now. White House press secretary. Kelly mcenaney was not wearing a mask during her briefing with reporters earlier in the day. She says she took off her mask as she felt she was a safe distance away from reporters in the room. We should note though nearly all of the journalists..

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"dr raji" Discussed on Trek Capsule

Trek Capsule

07:13 min | 10 months ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"That and then the big. Gee I want to do it all the I wouldn't Baram sure who I love. I mean good part from TV and I remember financial security that TV provis. And I love. I'm a performance artist. Radio shows and I am going New York zoos show and I love doing that being involved the kind of avant garde or you know community and I love doing theater once a year. I make sure I do a played. Keep my child the I believe. Diversify diversify diversify. But it's important for me to have you know to have a I can't be starving ORMUZ. I like to make some money and I like I just love talking to people like you and you know and and being involved in these TV shows you know pretty damn good life you know you're speaking of performance artists. Who are one of the infamous or famous. Nia Neo four. Oh yeah or or. How do you look at that now? Now that has been a few years. How does like how long thirteen? Yes ninety the young pope. I make a joke you know. They don't even remembers I got. I got to start thinking from new scandal. I mean I'M A. I'm a footnote in art history and I mean it was a good fight you know I mean what what is proclaimed and you know and what censorship you know. It's a good question to ask Gar a long time ago. It just makes me Feel well you know unlike like them such a nice guy and when I lay on stage is where I it. I like to ask provocative questions and I've always been really interested. In exposing his hypocrisies. Social values religious values political values are now pushing button. Good to have button. Pushers you know absolute to make people thanking you might not always like the the way carbonell flood you know. Freedom of expression let. Let's talk about. No I agree. I think we need them. I think that's the that's the nature of art is kind of hold a mirror up to humanity and say this is what we're about warts and all and take good luck purdy it. No it doesn't always have to be in. Actually that's science. Fiction does very well to is to is to kind of show us at our best. It's good to have that. We need that before we get too full of ourselves boulevard. Yeah we are we are as it is but yeah we do need to come down. Wants to know what is this your well. This has been an absolute pleasure talking to you. You're talking to you. What a difference. The an interviewer makes I really. I had one today from Dot Com guy. No no personal of these really dry questions way your homework. That's what I say. Abba reported on. Megan is also helps him. Actually see your work too. So Joe who the heck. I was from Adam I watched I watched the episodes whenever the I know the syllabus is going to be on I watch. Why can't wait till you see carnival? I hope you like to see that I heard about it. Because we were running the interviews from Terminator Three All Right. Right and nick mentioned it so it was like and then. I heard John's going to be to this because now it has peaked. My interest and were came after Tony. I wish you the best of luck and I think we'll be talking again. Because I think he will be coming back to the show and I think you definitely want to hear about carnival as that progresses to they hit or a big paroling. I guess you do these twelve and then we'll see how they do and then go from there. Holly let us know within you know start. September fourteenth will by early October of is a go for the next season strip. Sure and hopefully you'll be able to balance that and occasional appearance on enterprise to you. Know arm I that that the last episode I did for enterprise I remember. I had four days on carnival. I usually work with one or two days of for some reason that episode. I was in four days. Wow and I had a warm day all GonNa win say I had to go through star Trek. Make five days in a row. I don't have any such. That's not easy. I did it and I learned to. I'll tell you what I really learned. His face. Product is because we never paid any attention to facial to make all the difference in the world and the energy use on the show as one of the dancers. You give this man. I could do that. Make up every day and it was like your while. Yeah it's actually quite a big moment about that. Some of the actors have been in. Makeup are actually starting something to see if they can You know almost like a not a union. But they're kind of letting the producers of the show is Kinda now. It's like you have to come up with something. That's a little lex toxic baby. I go in there. Worry at. How will what the WHO is is alcohol because my skin for while there was burning. You know praying Volvo. Yeah you gotTa Really. On top of fair you know they. They really they do all they can. They need for you know people with prosthetic legs and you know really all surgical. The though coup came it. Sir Hey thanks actually. One more thing is I got a credit also for the episode Allison Voyager which is under star Trek Department. Don were the first addiction to the to the ship. That actually had a mind of its own so now on an episode of something different at Star Trek had never done before addressing addiction in a different way. And I kinda like that yeah winter. Yeah yeah actually it because the It actually tunes into your brainwaves and it's like you can't get away from the ship so Paris gets affected and then Your character goes back to say. Oh forget to mention kind of thing and I you played that well because you can tell that he was still a little affected by it. I want to stay as far away from her as possible. So good townie. While you're good to let me tell you do your work. You do the work. You go housing by look for John's work. He is constant guest. Dr Many's an enterprise of course it's available on Netflix and this is sci-fi talk. I'm Tony to Lotto. Thanks so much for listening. We'll see you next time. Hello this is Michael. Emerson along the abandoned the creator of Alien Nation and Farscape. I'm rubber chaser award winning author of Flash Forward and WWW wake. Hey It's Greg Grunberg mind reading cop on heroes. This is Jim Lee Jimmy Palm. Yati creative all cool things. This is Brian Herbert. I'm the CO author of hundreds of Dune and the forthcoming sand worms of din. Hello I'm Dr Raji McKay. David Hewlett from stargate Atlantis. And you're listening to talk..

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"dr raji" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:09 min | 10 months ago

"dr raji" Discussed on KCBS All News

"After reports that he now requires a personal security detail he of course is the face of the national covert nineteen response and has received threats to his safety amid splitting with president during several task force press briefings Dr Fauci we all know this this is a pandemic of numbers and I heard you say the other day the now projections are up to two hundred forty thousand people could die and this is practicing the social distancing I also heard you say we should not be discouraged I was encouraged to hear that but why should we not be discouraged when we hear such frightening numbers because it's within our power to modify those numbers those numbers that you heard the other day that I that doctor Brooks and I mentioned from the White House press conference when numbers based on a model new model with the projection might be and the projection was that even with considerable mitigation you still could anticipate between one hundred thousand in two hundred thousand deaths however if you really push hard on mitigation and data comes in that tells you you're doing better than the model you can modify the model so what I was saying is that we even though we need to anticipate these rather disturbing numbers we shouldn't give up and accept it and say okay that's going to happen we need to push and push with the mitigation to try and get that number lower than the projected number by the model so it doesn't have to be inevitable as what you're saying you know the CDC says twenty five percent of the people don't get symptoms of corona virus so how will we know when it's safe to lift the restrictions well there a couple of the parameters that you look at one is you look at the curve of the new infections of the people who get hospitalized in the deaths those graphs that we have been showing at the White House the one that peaks and then starts coming down but also we gonna be instituting tests that can actually show how many people in the population had been infected so in addition right now we're focusing on those who have symptoms getting them identified isolated trying to get contact tracing doing physical separation but what we will like to do really generally soon is to get a better feel for the totality of the infection in the community even those who recovered and you could do that by a relatively simple antibody test that's one of the things that we're aiming for as soon as possible Dr Raji I know we have to go over there are reports that the you don't have to have security I was very sorry to hear that for you and I'm wondering the the personal pressure do you feel pressure to get this right you know you are the most respected the most admired when you speak we listen I'm wondering how this is affected you personally you know it's my job this is the life I've chosen and I'm doing it I mean I mean obviously there's a lot of pressure I mean I would be foolish to deny that but that's what I do I've been through crises like this before dating back you know thirty seven years from the very beginning of the HIV epidemic is a job to do when we just got to do it and that's Dr Anthony Fauci.

"dr raji" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

07:25 min | 10 months ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

"Not only did trump randomly and arbitrarily CONCOC- date out of nowhere for reopening the country against the advice of virtually all public health experts. He actually suggested he wanted churches to be filled with risk worshippers on Easter look. Easter is a very special day for me and I see it sort of in that time. Line that I'm thinking about and I say wouldn't it be great to have all of the Church's full you know? The churches aren't allowed essentially to have much of a congregation there so I think Easter Sunday. And you'll have packed churches all over the country. I think it'd be a beautiful time. Wait so you're planning to deal with a very contagious diseases. To Pack. As many people as possible in new enclosed spaces have them touch their faces? And drink out of the same cup. I mean let's face it. That's not even a great idea when there isn't a pandemic it's almost like he's trying to get as many people sick as he possibly can't. I mean remember. When he announced his poorly planned and confusing travel ban throngs of people rushing back into the country into airports and waited on line for hours with trump going to do next hold giant music festival called Cough Chela bad news guys is just one PORTA. Potty bad planning that turned me obviously public health. Experts are gassed at this idea last week. One of the world's leading infectious disease experts. Dr Anthony FAUCI known for face. Palming in the background is the president speaks dismissed it as crazy and heartless at a White House press briefing. You take a look at what's going on in China and you see what's going on right now right now in Italy and what's happening in New York City. I don't think with any moral conscience you could say. Why don't we just let it rip and happen and let x percent of the people die see? There's your mistake you said with any moral conscience you forgot you were standing next to President Khalil over there. Trump has no moral conscience a racist New York City. Landlord and casino owner. Having a moral conscience is disqualifying. I mean look at it addresses. He's heading up. A meeting of the five families only needs a baseball bat. Fedora effect trump was asked on Monday if DR FAO. She agrees with this plan to reopen the country in less than three weeks and trump's answer was not a reassuring does does he agree with you about the need to rape in the economy. Soon doesn't do not agree go. He doesn't not agree. Thanks for clearing that up. He did not tell me that he doesn't not not agree. With not me. About the Non Reopening the Non Economy Aka the economy and. He didn't say that I should not not be none president. Actually none of that history is at a bunch of medical stuff and I tuned them out while I was working on Easter list fingers crossed. What's coming to me? And now trump is being goaded on in this sadistic plan to put profits over lives by CEO's economic advisers infringe characters on the right who are actually suggesting that it might be worth letting some people die in order to save the economy. The president is right. The Cure can't be worse than the disease and we're going to have to make some difficult trade offs within a very few weeks. Let those with a lower risk to the disease. Return to work. My message is that let's get back to work. Let's get back to living. Let's be smart about it And those of us who are seventy plus take care of ourselves but don't sacrifice the country. I'm in the danger zone. I would rather have my children stay home and all of us who are over fifty go in and keep this economy going and working even if we all get sick. I'd rather die than kill the country. Oh Good Glenn. Death panels back is back. You know divorce Santa Claus over here. Because it's easy to take that stance when you've been socially distancing from people for five years. Remember when he pretended to hate trump for a second as a marketing ploy and a bunch of people help rehabilitate them and now he's on TV. Saying if you're old you should be willing to sacrifice yourself for the sake of Carnival cruises stock price. I'm sorry but I'm not going to take public health advice from a dude who looks like Colonel Sanders but instead of chicken is just buckets of. Let's not forget during the Obama Administration. Beck this same back. Famously repeated the death panels line accused Democrats wanting to kill people simply by expanding access to healthcare and of life care translate bullcrap to English end of Life Care Night. Grammy pulling the plug. Glenn Beck accused. Democrats of wanting to pull the plug on grammy and now ten years later he's saying the stock market's down. Grammy's gotTa go if you're over sixty and you're related to Glenn Beck and you see him holding a pillow face run. Your can't believe these psychosis saying old people would rather die than sit inside and watch Netflix for a few weeks. You're boomers you're supposed to love. Tv watching TV. That's what you love. Cbs's Aaron Emergency Marathon a blue bloods ace APP. Just to keep these people preoccupied blue bugs stars the reverse mortgage guy. Why WOULD I lie? Just hit a reverse mortgage. I'm not GonNa Take Your House. I already have a house. I'm Tom selleck man. Maybe what happened? Here is a bunch of rich people realize that in order to both save lives and protect the economy. They'd have to redistribute wealth to working people and that was intolerable to them. Because there's a third option here we can keep people at home to save lives and give them money to get through the crisis. Just look at countries dealing with this very same crisis. The Danish government has promised to cover seventy five percent to ninety percent of salaries if businesses do not lay off their employees in the Netherlands will pay up to ninety percent of wages for companies. Hit hard by the pandemic with extra provisions being developed for restaurants. We could have that here instead. The president wants you to go back to work in three weeks. If it means wearing a has meant suit during your shift at the Olive Garden would you like unlimited breadsticks? Their season with a garlic and parallel the Netherlands is even offering special provisions to help restaurants. Meanwhile our president doesn't even know what takeout so many of these restaurants. It's incredible they're doing a service where people come and pick it up delivery. I mean it's been incredible. What they've been doing totally different business than they were in other than they cooked food other than that. It's like a totally different business. Do that takeout. You just describe takeout. It's totally different. Instead of serving the Food and the restaurant they put it in a little bag. It's called a doggy bag. I guess because I don't know the dog a dog brings it to Your House. And then just what a well trained to now need the food in the bag again. Then they give money to dog. Do you know how this works Dr Raji. Do you know how this works. Don't touch your face. Valgy. I got you Faraji. We're almost through this thing. Don't blow with a face that I'm just busting balls voucher. You're my best friend. We're now an extremely dangerous moment. Where reckless ruling class and self absorbed president or trying to prematurely end the fight against dangerous pandemic because their stock portfolios are taking a hit. This is sociopathic governance. If you were evaluating the mental competence of our president you definitely wouldn't be able to say he's in tippy top shape. This has been a closer look..

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"dr raji" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

13:45 min | 10 months ago

"dr raji" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We spoke to him today and I was telling them that we have two things to look for. Don't forget the doctors if it were up to the doctors. Abc let's keep it shut down. Let's shut down the entire world because again you're up to almost one hundred and fifty countries so let's shut down the entire world and when we shut it down that'd be wonderful and let's keep a check for a couple of years. You can't do that right now. Who's just contest? We have a test. He agree with you about the rape and he called me. He doesn't do not agree. I mean we had a long talk and he understands this tremendous visit tremendous cost to our country. You have one hundred and sixty almost one hundred sixty million jobs in this country now the most ever by far by far the most ever the number of jobs almost one hundred sixty million so we can't turn that off and think it's going to be wonderful. They'll be tremendous repercussions. It will be a tremendous death from the death. You talk about deaths. Probably more deaths from that than anything that we're talking about with respect to the virus okay that fifteen day period. The president is set to decide whether to relax the social distancing guidelines recommended by government. Experts ends next Monday. Whoever that's not stopping more and more governors from issuing stay at home orders as Hawaii New Mexico Washington State Michigan Wisconsin Oregon West Virginia Massachusetts and Indiana join eight other states in ordering residents and non essential workers to stay inside and Joe. The numbers don't seem to match what the president is saying about. You know getting the country open again. Well I personally and I could be wrong. I think the presence just talking right now. He's Whether he's blowing off steam or is sending a signal to businesses or his supporters That run big corporations that he wants to get the economy restarted again you? He's getting pressure from inside the White House From Larry cudlow Larry. Like Larry Larry's Dr Larry. Guy Who said a couple of weeks ago along with Kellyanne Conway that the pandemic was contained update served update people on the. You know the reality of this virus where it is what. The numbers are wear masks are where supplies are where testing is because people like Rand Paul Walk around Capitol Hill interacting with everybody not knowing they have the virus a case in point example in Washington. Dc in the Republican Party. What more do they need? We need updates. We don't need him riffing and surmising on politics during these updates. That's fine if you think he's politicizing and trying to figure out how to play the odds with this for his own political needs but it seems like I'd rather see Dr Foul chief there and I didn't know worry I missed him. I think most people were frustrated yesterday. Really no new information. That couldn't have been summed up in sixty seconds ninety seconds at the end of that press conference by somebody else. But it's very interesting. What you say about Rand Paul? Because let's think about it. I keep talking about and keep banging the drum on the importance of nationalizing our effort and throwing absolutely everything. We need everything. We have into testing and expanding testing. And of course you've got an op-ed this morning By two Nobel Prize. Winning economists saying that if you want to reopen the economy you've gotta test everybody that see. That's the only way if you're going to do what South Korea has done. You've got to be able to do that but I want to bring in Jonathan Amir by the way the White House is. They're just not making this a national priority. They're not making it a national effort. They've got to figure out how to get along with China regardless of where this started to get the masks to get the other equipment China's making one hundred twenty million masks a day long. We need to figure out again as I've said throughout this entire process afterwards we'll do our reports on China Donald Trump. And everybody else right now we need to do is get those masks and help people on the front lines but Jonah. Help me out here. You wrote a very revealing article yesterday about the president's state of mind but I want to go down a list of things. I was just writing down as listening to the president. We have states shutting down ten thousand new cases in the United States. Just over the past twenty four hours. Ten thousand new cases. Us numbers skyrocketing. It's such a right that soon. Going to go past China As a country with the highest number of infections Boeing I. I read report. That one of their main plants yesterday. Shutting down you have. Is You know. Us airlines are now talking to the government. They're talking about Shutting Airlines down shutting down basically virtual shutdown of all US domestic flights and most international flights. And you have New York City of course in a deepening crisis and your story yesterday. Understand your story reveals very well. How he's growing frustrated with social distancing protocols which of forced the closing of moral ago forced him from getting out of the White House but the President. Shirley does understand. Jonathan does he not that the rallies will come later in the summer. The latest will the rallies will come later in the fall but we haven't even begun to see the. We're still a week two weeks away from seeing the worst of this in the United States. If we're lucky we're not opening up in two weeks. He understands that right. It defies the advice of every medical expert around him including Dr Franchi. His absence simply explained is that it wasn't his turn to be out there there during a rotation system but there are reports including ours. The president is growing a little frustrated with some of the attention. Doctor received some of the criticism that Dr Raji has delivered in various interviews. That's something to keep an eye on going forward but in terms of it's not just a president there are those and Larry cudlow is one of them. As you just mentioned there are people within the administration who believe the health. Experts have gone too far with this in terms of what they've recommended interns shutting down the economy and that it is delivering a mortal blow to the nation's economy and potentially the president's reelection chances so there is a movement. It's not baseman committed to yet. But you heard the president yesterday at the briefing it lines up with our reporting all day long and our story that move yesterday afternoon a but he is he is considering this that it would not be a nationwide lift. There are certainly would be hot spots. That would still remain with the restrictions. New York City California Washington and a lot of this of course is going to be up to the individual state. Governor Governor Cuomo is certainly not going to just listen to president trump. All whether or Not New York should reopen for business as the president said but there is consideration here that when this fifteen days runs out in about a week or so that they may start to ease restrictions across the United States because the president has been has been watching and worrying about the state of the economy. Now of course we haven't even be close to the peak yet of this pandemic here in the United States and I will be very telling. Is that the physicians yesterday. Dr Was on stage with him yesterday. She sort of subtly since herself from this proposal. She didn't endorse it. She didn't rebuke either. What pressure will fall on her and others including Dr Raji to push this forward? But we'll say this to this sort of perhaps talk back and convinced the president for doing this to this point though as our story highlights the president was hunkered down in the White House was frustrated. He can't travel can't go to rallies he's turned those briefings into his rallies his outlet with the press that he is unsure of what to do. He's been on the phone late at night calling advisors desperately around for a good news. He's crashing White House meetings. He's not supposed to attend forcing aides to redo their agendas and forcing aides to perhaps sugarcoat their message because as we know from the beginning of this administration the President doesn't want to hear from any sort of subordinate something that doesn't line up with his own preconceived world view and that includes this pandemics such a dangerous moment so it is possible. He is not getting Joe the most accurate information he needs and therefore he's four four with gut. Which could mean this reopening and just a week. Or so yeah. He talked about it repeatedly yesterday but was one of the worst updates if that's possible. They've hit so many lows. The numbers don't match Joe with what the president is saying. The numbers are still spiking. They're not going down. There is absolutely no reason. The president should be talking about reopening the country right now if you look at it from any logical point of view another person missing from that update yesterday was the surgeon general but his words were quite something compared to the president yesterday. This is going to be really bad. And everyone should be acting like they have the virus. That was his advice. But yet these people somehow don't make it to the stage anymore or if they do potentially if you look at Jonathan Lumieres reporting. The president gets frustrated with this show is with medical information advice guidance. So the president and Congress and we as a society or balancing two things right now. We're balancing a pandemic. The worst public health scare The worst public healthcare crisis we've had since nineteen eighteen and over one hundred years. We're also balancing that with what may soon be the worst economic crisis that we've had since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine cents a crash in nineteen twenty nine. Those are two extrordinary Things that have to be balanced. And if you just if you just take just drive around your community From a safe distance from other people that I You will see there are still far too many people who are just not taking this seriously and with them. Not taking this seriously. That virus is spreading the pandemic spreading. There was a story in the New York Times this morning. About how one party in Westport Connecticut one Port Party Birthday Party of fortieth birthday party march the fifth help spread the pandemic to South Africa and across the globe. People don't understand vet how quickly this spreads how easily and spreads and so again I think the president if let us hope. Let's hope the president was just trying to send a signal to the markets that he's on their side. He's growing impatient to but I have no doubt the numbers are going to be so bad in the coming weeks At least two weeks. The president's not going to reopen anything. He understands that because right now again. The White House is talking with airlines about cutting off all domestic fights. Because they know this is getting worse I will say. Boris Johnson was a bit of a skeptic weeks ago saying how it seems that most populous leaders across the globe for some reason if made fools of themselves a lot of populist leaders around the United States have made fools of themselves. Some people just been dead wrong. Larry cudlow again. A couple of weeks ago was just dead wrong when he said again that the that the corona virus was contained. That was when what maybe we had fifty one hundred cases in the United States. We had ten thousand yesterday. So don't listen to Larry cudlow on on on global health issues involving the pandemic. Listen to Larry on economic matters. That's fine but you might wanNA listen though to another skeptic in the past who yesterday came face to face with the pandemic and went against all of his political instincts the shutdown this country because he saw what happened in Italy. What happened in France? What happened in Spain was coming to? Britain and America. Hears Boris Johnson? From a press conference yesterday. The Corona virus is the biggest threat. This country has faced for decades and this country is not alone all over the world where seeing the devastating impact of this invisible killer to put it simply. If too many people become seriously unwell at one time the NHS will be unable to handle it meaning more people are likely to die not just from corona virus but from other illnesses as well so it's vital to slow the spread of the disease because that is the way we reduce the number of people needing hospital treatment at any one time so we can protect the NHS's ability to.

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Boomer & Gio

10:35 min | 11 months ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Simulcast we hope that that happens sooner than later but right now we are radio and stream only when we left John Friday. We were talking about the things that would happen over the weekend. I couldn't understand why the schools were still open in New York City. And we talked about it. We took some calls on it well. This morning the schools are no longer open. They're not opening the city. They're not open on Long Island. Really not open anywhere at this point and now bars and restaurants are takeout only so we are continuing to take these drastic measures to slow down this virus. Now I'm someone that sees that stuff and becomes encouraged. I see those things and I become more calm. I'd become more encouraged. I know that when some folks see that they get more panicked because they say well. This is really really really bad if they're doing that. Sure it is bad. It's something we need to think about. The point is not to get to that point where it's so bad that we're losing thousands upon thousands of people. There's a strain on the health care industry and we're in pure disaster so I got worried when I saw people crowded bars for Saint Patrick's Day weekend. That's what I got worried. I don't get worried. When schools are closed encouraged. Good morning boomer. Our you doing all right Joe. I think you said that you said it perfectly and on Friday when we left here we kind of felt like something was coming and something did come and finally the Mayor. What are you doing? You want some Lysol on your compo. Al Came in all the wipes and wipe down and everything but one thing I will say. You guys are so awkward. And you don't even realize it I know we're all trying to do social distancing. I don't know why you're sitting in the seat next to meet. You should probably be sitting over there but you guys don't realize like you just like you're walking away from each other. You're standing away from each other. You came into my office. You always stayed at the door I do think of. I'm sick of something but I'm just I'm practicing. What people are telling me to Dr? But I'm just saying you making a very awkward and als- around here bounce around like a bunny rabbit come within three feet of he's scarring away from. I was shouting into boomer to his office from the Hallway. He's like how's it going out pretty good lower now over he. I cleaned this desk so well the now move over there. I gotTa do this. I think everybody here is just behind. You know so we leave your on Friday and essentially everybody starts really ramping things up but one thing. I will say out of all the people that I've I've watched through all of this stuff. The governor of Ohio is the one that seems to be most ajar wind charges out in front of all of this. Now it's different if you're governor of the state of Ohio as if you are the governor of the state of New York New York has so many tentacles so much so much government than there's just such like a labyrinth of people that you gotTa get through before you can really truly make a decision that I think Governor Cuomo's a really good job. He's actually kind of kept us all calm. And he's telling us the truth he's telling us what's going on what I don't like is when people start getting into the political crap and this one needs to do this and this one needs to do that. We all just need door part in one of the things that we all could do is appreciate the people who work at the supermarkets who work at the Walgreens who work at the CVS is who work at the targets. You know the fact that President trump brought all those CEOS out and traipsed them right before. All those cameras all put him on blast like we need your help and those. Ceo's in those companies are saying we are going to help. We are staying open. We will restock shelves. We just gotTa calm down. I mean some of the video of just people on Long Island Hoarding Toilet Paper and and wipes and all sorts of stuff is not as the president said yesterday. Look what you have to do is you just gotTa go back to normal business. Do your normal shopping if you can and try to calm people down one reason that. I think the reason people are doing that is. They are anticipating a full blown lockdown. Where they're not able to leave their homes now. I don't think there's going to be a situation where you can't get what you need. You Know I. I don't see that happening at this point. I mean even those and maybe someone in the listening audience is is up there right now in new. Rochelle where they are not allowed to leave their homes at all like maybe they could tell us how that's going to calm people to say. Listen I as far as the stuff that I need. Someone can bring it to me. Whatever it is. That's what people are hoarding things. I think we understood what the plan was. Just in case that happened. People wouldn't be hoarding so much stuff. Well just also understand this too Scott Pelley and sixty minutes were in new Rochelle. I saw last weekend. They did a great job and he showing how things were happening. I for foremost those three nurses on that that this is these are amazing people these I I consider them like soldiers and as Governor Cuomo is saying just how proud he is of them because they're putting themselves in harm's way and they do it without reserve and they go out there and they do exactly what a policeman will do with our firemen would do it in person would do what soldier would do in the field. Because that's basically what's going on out there sure and we all know that you know cove in nineteen everywhere. It's all around us. And we understand that you and I discussed this last night. I'll still be able to come into the studio over the next few days. What's going to happen to the city? If he puts it on lockdown and everything else this building itself one through a deep claim over the weekend because there were a couple there was one guy or one person. I should say that you know had alerted their offices that they were diagnosed cove nineteenth. So that's good. That's the way things should work. And then the building react accordingly. So I the only thing that I would say. That's probably coming next because I feel like each politician is trying to up the next one and I don't I hope it's not because politics. I just hope it's because of the safety of the because Italy. That's what I think I look it over there and they're trying to make sure there's a repeat well they didn't get out in front of it. There's Risa there's a very large older population in those cluster areas. Now Look we have a very large older population. We have a lot of senior citizens homes around here. We have hospital beds that are going to be hospitals that are going to be stretched and all that other stuff and everything that they're saying is what we should be practicing and I think most of us at least us. That are real. Realistic and practical are doing exactly what they're telling us to do. But when I when I think about what's happening around here. Twenty twenty two twenty one forty could take us all out if they're not careful that age group and that's one of the reasons why they're shutting the bars because if you can't help themselves well two things so if you if you take a look at hoboken on Friday night. The streets are packed. People out there online trying to get into everywhere. Nobody's practicing social distancing and on top of that there's a fight that occurs and somebody gets their head beaten and going in and out of consciousness. The mayor there is basically saying the police are waiting for 'em Aspen. Ems can't get there because he messes handling everything else. So he has no choice but Take the action that he did. I support that action and I think all of us should support that action. And if you don't then you're not aware of what the hell is happening in the world around us right. What what people young people I should say don't seem to understand is not all of them. Yes the ones that have been out of the bars. What the young people who go to the bars or went to the bar is this past weekend. Don't seem to understand. It's not about them getting sick and dying from it. What it is about is if you're out somebody's sick around you. You get it and then you talk to a friend who visits their mother grandmother in a nursing home every day and it spreads that way I mean you are in the chain that could end up ending. Somebody's life it's not about a twenty five year old dying from and that's not what it's about. It's about the contagious. Spread of this disease to somebody that is high risk and it can go from person to person a person just like that and the more people that are in those crowded areas the more chance of that happening. So that's why these things are happening. It's not because we think that the entire population is going to get wiped out. No and they also believe that. This virus is extremely contagious or more contagious than the flu is maybe ten times more depending on what the Doctor Pouch Lia saying and Dr Raji is an amazing human being when he speaks. Everyone should listen. He's measured. He's honest he's telling us all the truth. He's a local guy. I know it's going to get worse before it gets better. He's the head of the NIH infectious disease aspect. And he's the one that is really the go to guy for the president of the president made meander in and talk too much and everything's incredible and everything's great but Dr Fouled she is very reasoned very measured and very real. And he's telling US exactly. What the heck we should be expecting and I think when he talks all the other medical commissioners around the country. Listen now took New York City for whatever reason a while to get to where they are today but they finally got here and I thought that The BLASIO was very frank yesterday finally and came to his senses. But then you know it's like okay now we're GonNa shut down till April twenty third or whatever he said like so much farther in the in the future then. I think they're going back as long as it's remote schooling worked somehow and there's that's going to be a major challenge. I know teachers have to go in this week or a starting tomorrow to be able to learn how to do the remote schooling but if that works at all. I can't see them returning well too soon. It all depends on how how flatness curve and how we kind of stem the tide of the pandemic. That's what that's what it's all about you know. And then you take a look at the word started and you take a look at where they are today from where they were when it started and you could see that some of it is dissipating and stopping because some of the controls that they put into place. So that's we're trying to do here. And that's and that's the whole aspect of trying not to panic through this whole thing. I hate to even say this but I I would imagine that at some point at some point. President trump is going to probably put into place some sort of national state of emergency and declare like the Stafford Act or something.

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"dr raji" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

Mayo Clinic Radio

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Radio

"Coming up on Mayo Clinic. Qna primary route of transmission for this is thought to be respiratory droplets simple steps. You can take to protect yourself from the Cova. Nineteen Virus Respiratory. Droplets are usually transmitted when someone coughs or sneezes some protection can come in as little as twenty seconds the best thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from getting infected. A number one is to wash your hands. Wash your hands. And then keep your distance. And so we recommend something called social distancing or maintaining some space around here so To avoid being coughed honor sneezed. On by someone. Who might be ill question? What else can you do to be a part of a community effort to slow the spread of Cova nineteenth practice? What we call by train etiquette the answer next on Mayoclinic. Qna I'm Dr. Tom Shied loose. And I'm Tracy mccray during today's podcast about the corona virus and covert nineteen. We'll share portions of a recent interview with Dr Nominee. Roger Poxy a Mayo Clinic Pediatric Infectious Disease. Physician you'll hear about how the viruses spread. And why we're all being asked to practice something called social distancing and Dr Rajapakse. He will tell us the number one thing. We can all do to protect ourselves and our loved ones from this illness. It's pretty simple and should relieve some anxiety you may be experiencing. We'll cover a lot of ground but let's start with the term that's being used around the world. Dr Roger Poxy explains why it's called covert nineteen so Kobe nineteen Sounds FOR KRONA virus disease. Two Thousand Nine Hundred. Ninety two thousand nineteen refers to win. The first reported cases of this disease were reported Kobe. Nineteen is a virus that can cause a variety of symptoms most commonly it causes fever cough and breathing issues cornyn viruses that including Kobe. Nineteen can create a spectrum of illness and so some people will be very mildly affected and some people have more severe disease so the severity of illness can range from having a cold or flu. Type illness all the way to needing to be hospitalized or being an intensive care unit Dr Roger Poxy says children can contract corona virus but in general they're cases tend to be less severe. We now have a multiple reports of kids who have been infected with cove in nineteen thankfully. It seems that children if they have symptoms at all have mild symptoms Maybe some cough fever type symptoms. Most of the severe illness and deaths that have been reported seemed to be an older adults so those older than sixty years of age. I'm as well as those who have underlying medical conditions such as underlying heart disease lung disease or diabetes. We're seeing the virus appear in many countries around the world including the United States. Dr Raji poxy explains what we know about how it's being spread from person to person. The primary route of transmission for this is thought to be respiratory droplets respiratory. Droplets are usually transmitted when someone coughs or sneezes and someone else either inhales it or touches something that a virus particle lands on then touches their own eyes nose or mouth generally from coughing and sneezing with a respiratory droplet. Those can transmit about three to six feet from the person who has coughed or sneezed. And then they're large enough that they tend to Ben drop down to the ground. The best thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from getting infected. A number one is to wash your hands really as simple as it sounds. That is the most effective way to prevent illness and infection. The second thing is If you do have symptoms to practice what we call respiratory etiquette. That means Coughing or sneezing into your elbow or into a tissue and then washing your hands. While afterwards We know viral particles. End Up on your fingers and hands can be transmitted to other people And so that's one way to protect yourself and your family The other main thing that we would encourage people is to stay home. If you're feeling ill with coffin fever especially this avoids exposing people at school or at work to infection and illness. Also Dr Roger Poxy recommends washing with soap and water for at least twenty seconds frequently multiple times a day after you use the bathroom anytime you cough or sneeze and before you eat. She says if you don't have access to soap and water use alcohol based hand sanitizer and beyond cleaned hands. Dr Raja poxy says we should be using social distancing from others to avoid that droplets zone of three to six feet that she mentioned that transmission of infection is by responded trae droplets in the community setting. And so we recommend something called social distancing or maintaining some space around yourself to avoid being coughed on or sneeze on by someone who might be ill that also means that if you are yourself sick Should be going to work or to school To avoid spreading illness to other people. These are a lot of the measures that we hope the public can help us out with as we manage this situation in order to decrease the spread of illness as much as we can a final thing you can do is seek the latest updates on. Cova nineteen from trusted organizations so the best of information on the covert nineteen situation are if you live in the United States the CDC website or the World Health Organization website and then in many areas. Your local state Or public health departments will likely have information on their websites as well. So those are the best places to get the most accurate and up-to-date information. There's been a lot of misinformation that has circulated through media and social media. And so it's really important that people know where they can find the information that they need. The information is also changing very quickly. And so you want to be looking at the most up to date information that's available especially if you have things travel planned in the coming months. This podcast backed by information from the Mayo Clinic. News Network is another source for the latest on the covert nineteen pandemic this edition of Mayo Clinic. Qna uses facts known through March fifteenth. Twenty twenty newer episodes will contain even more about the virus. It's spread and what you can do to protect yourself from getting it. We hope you'll keep listening our thanks to doctrine Apu Raja poxy Mayo Clinic Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist for her time and insight for this conversation until next time remember to wash your hands keep your distance and be well mayoclinic. Qna is a production of Mayo Clinic News Network and is available wherever you get and subscribe to your favorite podcasts. To see a list of all male clinic. Qna podcasts visit news network DOT Mayoclinic Dot Org. Then Click on podcasts. Thanks for listening and be well. We hope you'll offer a review of this and other episodes when the option is available comments and questions can also be sent to Mayo Clinic News Network at Mayo Dot Edu..

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"dr raji" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q

Mayo Clinic Q

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q

"Coming up on Mayo Clinic. Qna primary route of transmission for this is thought to be respiratory droplets simple steps. You can take to protect yourself from the Cova. Nineteen Virus Respiratory. Droplets are usually transmitted when someone coughs or sneezes some protection can come in as little as twenty seconds the best thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from getting infected. A number one is to wash your hands. Wash your hands. And then keep your distance. And so we recommend something called social distancing or maintaining some space around here so To avoid being coughed honor sneezed. On by someone. Who might be ill question? What else can you do to be a part of a community effort to slow the spread of Cova nineteenth practice? What we call by train etiquette the answer next on Mayoclinic QNA. I'm Dr Tom Shy loose. And I'm Tracy mccray during today's podcast about the corona virus and covert nineteen. We'll share portions of a recent interview with Dr Nominee. Roger Poxy a Mayo Clinic Pediatric Infectious Disease. Physician you'll hear about how the viruses spread. And why we're all being asked to practice something called social distancing and Dr Rajapakse. He will tell us the number one thing. We can all do to protect ourselves and our loved ones from this illness. It's pretty simple and should relieve some anxiety you may be experiencing. We'll cover a lot of ground but let's start with the term that's being used around the world. Dr Roger Poxy explains why it's called covert nineteen so Kobe nineteen Sounds FOR KRONA virus disease. Two Thousand Nine Hundred. Ninety two thousand nineteen refers to win. The first reported cases of this disease were reported Kobe. Nineteen is a virus that can cause a variety of symptoms most commonly it causes fever cough and breathing issues cornyn viruses that including corporate nineteen can create a spectrum of illness and so some people will be very mildly affected and some people have more severe disease so the severity of illness can range from having a cold or flu. Type illness all the way to needing to be hospitalized or being an intensive care unit Dr Roger Poxy says children can contract corona virus but in general they're cases tend to be less severe. We now have a multiple reports of kids who have been infected with cove in nineteen Thankfully it seems that children if they have symptoms at all have mild symptoms Maybe some cough fever type symptoms. Most of the severe illness and deaths that have been reported seemed to be an older adults so those older than sixty years of age. I'm as well as those who have underlying medical conditions such as underlying heart disease lung disease or diabetes. We're seeing the virus appear in many countries around the world including the United States. Dr Raji poxy explains what we know about how it's being spread from person to person. The primary route of transmission for this is thought to be respiratory droplets respiratory. Droplets are usually transmitted when someone coughs or sneezes and someone else either inhales it or touches something that a virus particle lands on then touches their own eyes nose or mouth generally from coughing and sneezing with a respiratory droplet. Those can transmit about three to six feet from the person who has coughed or sneezed. And then they're large enough that they tend to Ben drop down to the ground. The best thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from getting infected. A number one is to wash your hands really as simple as it sounds. That is the most effective way to prevent illness and infection. The second thing is If you do have symptoms to practice what we call respiratory etiquette. That means Coughing or sneezing into your elbow or into a tissue and then washing your hands. While afterwards We know viral particles. End Up on your fingers and hands can be transmitted to other people And so that's one way to protect yourself and your family The other main thing that we would encourage people is to stay home. If you're feeling ill with coffin fever especially this avoids exposing people at school or at work to infection and illness. Also Dr Roger Poxy recommends washing with soap and water for at least twenty seconds frequently multiple times a day after you use the bathroom anytime you cough or sneeze and before you eat. She says if you don't have access to soap and water use alcohol based hand sanitizer and beyond cleaned hands. Dr Raja poxy says we should be using social distancing from others to avoid that droplets zone of three to six feet that she mentioned that transmission of infection is by responded trae droplets in the community setting. And so we recommend something called social distancing or maintaining some space around yourself to avoid being coughed on or sneeze on by someone who might be ill that also means that if you are yourself sick You should really not be going to work or to school To avoid spreading illness to other people these are a lot of the measures that we hope the public can help us out with as we manage this situation in order to decrease the spread of illness as much as we can a final thing you can do is seek the latest updates on Cova nineteen from trusted organizations so the best of information on the covert nineteen situation are if you live in the United States the CDC website or the World Health Organization website and then in many areas your local state Or public health departments will likely have information on their websites as well. So those are the best places to get the most accurate and up-to-date information. There's been a lot of misinformation that has circulated through media and social media. And so it's really important that people know where they can find the information that they need. The information is also changing very quickly. And so you want to be looking at the most up to date information that's available especially if you have things travel planned in the coming months. This podcast backed by information from the Mayo Clinic. News Network is another source for the latest on the covert nineteen pandemic this edition of Mayo Clinic. Qna uses facts known through March fifteenth. Twenty twenty newer episodes will contain even more about the virus. It's spread and what you can do to protect yourself from getting it. We hope you'll keep listening our thanks to doctrine Apu Raja poxy Mayo Clinic Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist for her time and insight for this conversation until next time remember to wash your hands keep your distance and be well mayoclinic. Qna is a production of Mayo Clinic News Network and is available wherever you get and subscribe to your favorite podcasts. To see a list of all male clinic. Qna podcasts visit news network DOT Mayoclinic Dot Org. Then Click on podcasts. Thanks for listening and be well. We hope you'll offer a review of this and other episodes when the option is available comments and questions can also be sent to Mayo Clinic News Network at Mayo Dot Edu..

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"dr raji" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"dr raji" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"That was seventeen years ago. Thomas was talking thing about SARS. Another corona virus now SARS eventually reached thirty seven countries and killed over seven hundred people now that the world is facing facing a new corona virus. What are the most important lessons to be learned from the SARS outbreak? Can those lessons be applied. And should they be applied to containment aiman efforts around Wuhan Corona Virus. This hour on point what it will take to stop corona virus. And you can join us. We'll be talking with several infectious disease specialists today today. What do you want to know? What do you need to know about this? New Corona virus while we're going to begin in Bethesda Maryland. Dr Anthony FAUCI joins us. He's director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of health. Dr Phil she welcome to on point. Thank you good to be with you. So first of all we do have at least a five confirmed cases of Wuhan Corona virus in the United States. I was wondering if you might give us your your evaluation of the current risk of the virus spreading in the US at the moment sure well there are five individuals that are all travel cases directly from Wuhan. which is the epicenter in China of the outbreak of these individuals have been identified Hanafin? They've been isolated and what we're doing right now is we're doing what's called contact. Tracing on at least one hundred individuals that came into contact act with these individuals At the time that they were infected right now there have been no indications but we're still investigating at the CDC. He is doing that that. There is a secondary transmission in other words. There have been no human-to-human transmissions that have been recognized at this point in the United States which is good news because these people have been around for a while and as each day goes by we get more and more reports from the CDC about what the status that is of the contexts are so right now. The risk is low but as you know from what's going on in China. This is a very seriously evolving situation nation in China but for the United States at this particular time with the five individuals and no secondary transmissions. Things seem to be at a low risk. But we've got to keep an eye on it. Of course that can change and so tell us what you make of the current response so far. Because I'm thinking if those five cases in the US were travel vol- cases. We still have hundreds if not thousands of flights coming in and out of the United States. Perhaps fewer now from China but from other places where we know corona virus it has been found. Yeah but But I it's a very good question Ignorant it's very important to distinguish if you look at what's going on. In China versus the relatively few cases in the countries in which there are a travel related even though there has been some secondary transmission such as in in Germany the burden of disease in those other countries that have travel related. Cases is at this point so low that the odds of there being any import tation from France or Germany or Japan of one of those countries is exceedingly low at this point point. So the thing you need to concentrate on from a containment standpoint is taking the kind of surveillance of an testing of you've attention to people coming in from China now. The important thing that the Chinese did that in many respects is very helpful is that they've essentially cut off flights out of Wuhan which is overwhelmingly the EPI center but the rest of China starting to have the acceleration of cases. So that's the reason why as you probably heard correctly that we started off with five airports in which there was the kind of of screening as people came came in a syndrome screening as well as questioning screening now. They've enhanced broad general screening of fifteen additional airports reports now for a total of twenty for people who are coming from China. So right now the real surveillance of what you WANNA do about people coming into the country is clearly focused on China and not focused on other countries in which there's one or two or three travel related cases right so so help me understand something. Dr Vouch e We have seen a ballooning very quickly of the number of cases over the past several days. Right I mean I think it was just yesterday in China it was roughly forty five hundred then this morning at jumped around six thousand. That's a twenty five percent increase overnight. Can you explain why that is the disease actually spreading faster we catching. We've finding more cases you know it's a combination of both. I mean what it is clearly. It is spreading fast. What what what we're seeing now is that we're into what we call the generations of infection? So if I if I get infected I'm first generation Phai infect check you that second pick somebody else that's third you know we're well into six seven eight and long so when you have a number of people who are infected. They're infecting a few people. Then you're going to have a major I wouldn't say explosion but certainly an acceleration of cases. There's there's a terminology called our ought which is means that how many infected people will get infected from one index case and so if by in fact two people then the Arrow at for me is too but are autism population base thing so it's really an average Of How many people get infected from people who are already infected right now. That's about one point. Five to three point five. Three point. Six When you look at really rapidly spreading diseases like measles is up there and eleven twelve thirteen fourteen eighteen? It's really very high but it's high enough enough now that it is it is accounting for this type of spread. The real question is is the measures that the Chinese have have done. A really rather draconian in the sense of shutting down forty five million people Whether or not that's going to have a positive effect on my backfire and have some deleterious effects like causing panic or interfering with supplies in and out. We don't know and the reason we don't know is because this has been unprecedented. There's been restrictions in other outbreaks. But never to this magnitude so if this helps we're going to be obviously looking very very closely over the next weeks to months whether that acceleration that we're seeing is going to continue view. which would be quite ominous or whether it's going to slow down based on not only what the Chinese are doing within their own country but the recognition recognition of other countries of travel cases and having them handle it properly the way we were fortunate enough to do in the United States and Ainley that those five cases were recognized early they were isolated and they have their contacts traced? If that happens broadly. We're in relatively better shape right. If you have spillover into other countries and lack of control then we'd have a problem okay. There's so many questions here Dr Chee Let me just ask you do we yet know confidently where this corona virus has come from. You know we don't you know what the price with the precise jump was from an animal to a human but I can say with some considerable confidence that knowing corona viruses and what their animal reservoirs. It almost certainly started off with an animal human interface because the reservoir of he's Infections Corona virus or an animal an animal particularly bats are very important in the reservoir aspect of this infection. So you know if it acted like well let me give you some examples quickly with SARS. We finally found out it was a bat that gave it to a palm civic cat which then interact with the human species with mayors. It was a bathroom gave it to a camel and Campbell gave it to people so I would not be surprised even though I don't know precisely that it was something similar to what we've seen with SARS and with mayor's so this zoonotic transmission of disease. I mean. Are we just going to see more. And more of this as time goes by well you know as as long as we continue to do. Two things encroach upon the environment where animals animals are that we usually don't have human-animal interface. The more you do that. Encroaching on rainforests encroaching on pristine areas of the environment. You'll see see it. But also it's the proximity between the human species and animal types that actually hall viruses and we we know we see that in China a lot. And that's the reason why when you talk about flu a lot even though it is an exclusive often you see flu coming out from China China and the reason is that flu is fundamentally a wildfowl bird type infection that has reservoirs in birds and chickens uh-huh and in pigs and when you talk about the agricultural situation in a country like China which traditionally has people very much intermingling with ducks folks and with birds and with chickens and pigs. That's how you have the jumping of species that's what we're seeing with the h five and one that had gone on years ago in the seven and nine flu. That is now still a little bit of an issue with some infections occurring right. Well Dr. We've just got you for another thirty seconds or so. So do you think that Examining the global response to SARS is a good way to draw lessons about the best way to contain this corona virus in some respects. Yes yes I mean obviously good public health practices with SARS namely identification isolation that contact tracing successfully put an end to SARS so that would be an important element of what we're doing here with the corona virus. Well Dr Anthony FAUCI Director of the National Institute of Allergy and infectious just diseases at the National Institutes of health. Dr Raji thank you so much for joining us today. Great to be with you but when we come back we'll talk with two more infectious disease. Specialists about how.

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"dr raji" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Your grill. You the bill is by the way this saving grill does all this stuff. But it's not huge. This is good. I know it's nice good. I'm in a one bedroom. The apartment silverwork traditional appliances will thank you val. It's on the way and thank you for listening to his happy marriage. Happy Birthday happy everything in Merry Christmas. Thanks for listening. Some of your love. You guys thank thank you. Thank you hold on one second. I can't wait to go onto delong dot com or buying some of this stuff. I want to buy that one. Yeah me too the same. I'm GonNa get I would love one of those. We can get rid out of some stuff you know. What did you grow up like me believing all these food myths did you believe? Did anyone really believe that. If you swallow a watermelon watermelon seed or watermelon will grow in your stomach. I'm not sure that's not true. I think it could happen. I think that's what's happening to me right now. Believing in the five second rule is long. There's the food is on the floor for less than five seconds. It's okay no not that one. Let's let's debunk that one. Yes here's the thing about germs on the floor on your food that you drop on the floor if the food is very dry and not porous euro probably okay. Okay if the food has moisture and it's porous it's going to soak up whatever Creepy crawlies or on your story instantly. There is no five second rule kissing up to God. Then it's fine to God God is looking down on. What are you stupid? That's where it comes from eating carrots to enhance your night-vision. I heard that that was true. That's not true. I think that's frog. Yeah yeah carrots make your vision better. I remember. Is that Daniel. How about a gum tree? If you swallow gum the good girl gum tree in your stomach. No my mom told me that. What's that scary? I believe that if you eat raw macaroni worms would grow out of the NAK. Aronie now back to the care so I do think you. You have some Beta carotene in there which I think it could be good for your site but I don't know what's right. These are foods too in five lineas. Grew up believing these he's myths and more they believe. Gum takes seven years to digest when swallowed frozen and canned fruits and vegetables are always less healthy and everyone should be drinking drinking eight glasses of water per day. It's all different everywhere. Look I'm a total advocate for drinking a lot of water every day but don't poop who on frozen vegetables now I mean. Not Literally pooh-poohed ooh. I didn't funny how this time of day. We always talk about. Who can we stop that? I gotta Pu comment kept it to myself stopped at the time of most people do it but can we move back to what we were talking. You getting tons of vitamins and nutrients from frozen vast right. I heard then it went. Fresh was the best then frozen and canned. Sometimes I think frozen can be as good as or better than the fresh because fresh starts to go downhill but but they freeze vegetables when they're at the height of ripeness. Sometimes I heard frozen was the best then. Aladdin that beauty and the beast was you heard a hired these. You Amaze me. What did you say that there are some vegetables that are better for are you once you cook them then when their raw which I didn't know that well yeah? There are like tomatoes for instance. I didn't lycopene comes out there. Are we actually learned this from Dr Raji. Today there are or something vegetables that are better for you. What froggy lycopene after that event the name you said you.

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"dr raji" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Mixergy

"Also Neiman Marcus women veils in K, Nordstrom and more recently. Ulta we're also available in the United States as well as other countries like Canada UK his baby to Lanao to is someone else. That's that's somebody else. Somebody else using the name got it. And and so what did you bring into it not not the put it down? But I'm trying to understand Dr Raji. She is on all she's she's got the reputation. It's her face. That's going on there. Your partner was in the cosmetics base already. The other partner was the the the TV shopping site. What's your expertise is it e-commerce? Yeah. I think it's Super Bowl that time. It was definitely ecommerce digital component. I mean, you know, I studied I studied electrical and computer engineering college building computers led sites mile life. So certainly happiest but the other piece, and I think most founders can appreciate as zero to one you're not need to be necessarily functional expert in anything, you need to be really good at everything and create momentum a lineman most importantly, and so the beginning Bryner job was like getting all pieces together getting people smarter than the at manufacturing beauty and getting people better than me at, you know, the hard science in the medical component a getting a distribution partner getting. Getting the the third party support to help us look launch. So it's really just amalgamating researchers with like no budget has your shopping to get the thing adore and ship. So that was really where I spent most of my time, plus the ecommerce component will work for you for ecommerce. The part that worked for us in the early days were loggers. So, you know, I think what's changed over the past ten years once upon a time if you wanted to sell anything you needed to get it into a store like why that was the shelf space, and that's where the eyeballs where that's worth film. It was the marketing was today by cater literally anybody can spend up shop affi- site in five minutes be in business selling anything. Anyone all over the world? The other thing on the other side. I coined Laver is you look at what's happening with Instagram. Social media is people individuals have more eyeballs attention than many retail chains have and many even publishers or media companies like literally single individuals. And so what we realize is the fulfillment. Part was easy. That was technically feasible. The harder. Part was also added a gate. We thought about the should bution early often. And so for us having motivated retail partner with ski which. What I hope implants also working with a lot of these health and fitness beauty bloggers early before we've been much help them main with product development ideas. Help them see this out to their fanbase before we even real company that was key to our launch. And it's still a core component of how business operates today. Hugh, I kinda hinted at why you weren't there. I wanna get into the troop story. Can you talk about what happened like you're you're in the room from what I understand talking about makeup? And you said this is great. But it's not really where a meant to be. How do you? Yeah. I think three things happened that led me to get back to software. So the first thing was you know, in the first year to watching the consumer package. Good company or consumer product. It's a lot of hurry up way. Right. You're literally manufacturing a physical product that has lead times was back and forth design. It could take up to a year before you have anything to sell..

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"dr raji" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"dr raji" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"You've joined us family is pouring out their hearts to a plano surgeon thanking him for saving their teen. Brandon Williams now eighteen lives with his family about twenty five miles north of Sherman last year. He was on his way home from work when his truck flipped, and he was thrown out of the vehicle woke up in the field thinking, I was still at work and looked around and realized it was like really hurt. Brandon was flown to medical center of plano. He'd broken a number of bones and worst of all suffered. What's called a burst? Fracture in his spine about eight times out of ten people with burst. Fractures are left. Paralysed serious injury to the spinal cord prognosis is a lot of times. They core really is a reflection of the initial nature of the injury. The quickness of how we correct the problem. Dr Raji Eric hall was bright surgeon. He's known for successful back surgeries. Brayden was had indeed. Lost feelings in his legs due to this fracture. However, he made a startling recovering moving both legs only hours after surgery a year later, he's now back to competing in rodeos. Brayton's family says Dr Eric call was put in their path for a reason, and they're simply blessed to have their son back at full strength. Well, the fire marshal is now trying to figure out the cause of a blaze that destroyed an apartment building. In Lancaster, KRLD's, Allen sky is at the complex fire at this complex near pleasant. Ron and blue grove road. Started about six AM a woman who lives above the apartment where the fire started says she woke up to use the bathroom and saw smoke and flames out the window the bottom of pharma was toward glasses. Breaking hear things popping fire. She woke up kids and banged on the neighbor's door on the way out to make sure he and his family escape. All my kids stuff is in there. All my stuff is in there. So I'm not clear or anything like that. Lancaster, fire says the flora sagging inside the building. So they'll have to let people get what they can through the windows. Or firefighters will walk them through to pick up medicine and some clothes Lancaster fire has not pinpointed a cause. But the Red Cross will find a place where four adults and four kids to stay in Lancaster. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD McKinney firefighter, arrested on sex abuse charges is now out of a job. A statement from McKinney fire chief Danny kiss ner confirms determination of thirty eight year old. Chad Watson who's charged with continuous sexual abuse of child Watson was arrested while on duty at his fire station over the weekend. Brownsville police are searching for a teen who escaped from an immigrants children's shelter. Officers. Say two juveniles managed to escape from the council. Padre southwest key facility. Police found one of the teens. It's the third time. It's happened at this facility since it opened in two thousand eighteen. President Trump says he's in no rush to see North Korea give up its nuclear weapons CBS news update. President Trump optimistic ahead of next week. Second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN in Vietnam summit that he hopes will ultimately lead to a denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. No testing, I'm in no rush of this testing. That's another deal. But there has been no testing the president says it's in Pyongyang's best interest to end its isolation. I really believe that North Korea can be a tremendous economic power when this is so their location between Russia, China and South Korea's unbelievably US special Representative for North Korea's traveling today to Hanoi on his way today to return to have. The preparations for next week's summit State Department spokesman Robert palladino some it's going to take place next week. Steve begin his on his way back right now to tie up. Remainder and work or optimistic and looking forward to next tweet CBS news update, I'm Jim shanavie a problem interchange in Tarrant county could be getting a complete makeover textile wants your help in deciding what might be best that story on the way, plus traffic and weather together next. It's three thirty five at.

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"dr raji" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"Are you tired of missing the latest BCC episode because you're podcasting apps is not download, do not. Here we have an now check this out in the Google play store or the I. Store, whatever has. I don't know interest can't get out. Check it out. Just you search. CBC then download it. You won't regret it. Welcome back to the Brown chicken Brown kosher. Where here with Dr Roger discussing gender affirmations, gender, affirmation surgery. Excuse me for my, but. Dr we before the break, we were talking about older patients that kind of brings to mind life challenges in general. That may be subsequent to transitioning long-term challenges. Osteoperosis other issues the hormones can cause. Can you? Can you dress some of those long term medical risks force. Sure. Unfortunately. The don't have great day on some of the really important issues, but for the masculine ising hormones such as just Australian, we know that patients are risk for what I mentioned earlier. Sleep apnea, which is no trouble breathing. They're also lists were developing high blood count, which can potentially increase the risk of lead cross. They tend to gain weight and can develop acne as well for the feminizing hormones such as estrogen. There's a higher risk of blood clots. What's called DVD's of and gallstones potentially risk of altering their class rawal profile. And so they get, you know, hike. The big at higher levels of bad cholesterol and lower levels of the good plus rawal would the estrogens. It may be higher, you know, cardiac disease, developing the long run and there maybe a higher risk of high blood pressure as well. The things that are debated that we don't know for sure that we think maybe related for the estrogens are the risk of breast cancer. And that's a lot about is based on the gender literature where you know, doctors have been very hesitant about giving any kind of Astra to patients, especially later in life, and we don't have any data to suggest that just us from can increase the risk. Yeah, either breast cancer or ovarian cancer, urine cancer in trans men. So I think again, this is the stuff I'm really interested in on what happens to these patients over long. I think we need data and more studies and hopefully more funding to research those. Also brings up another question Donna had because we had one of our guests come on and he stepped off of his hormone treatment in order to have a child and had the child and then went back on hormones, or there was a period there. I can't remember exactly how that goes. So this just bring up my question. How long can stop hormones before issues stark arising. Well, potentially, you can stop for moans indefinitely. I mean, but you know, you're sort of once he stopped the hormones, your gender identity will revert to your gender you were born with, and also there's a concern about the risks of things like just Ostrom on the fetus. So you really have to be sure that you're just offering levels have some normalized to female level before getting pregnant. Otherwise the can have significant maladies, particularly your logic abnormalities because to SaaS, thrown timed in the snus production. And if he was being exposed to high levels of Tucson Strom, it can alter the development of the genitalia. For example, we've talked a lot about science, you know, I am the professor because I love science. So on one of the breaks Dr Raji talked about Mount Sinai sign what they're doing for transgenders and visuals. We'd love it if we could talk a little bit about that on air. To I'm sort of, I feel blessed to join Sinai's the my own background was in gender reconstruction, and I think signing had heard, you know about some of the work I've been doing. It was interested in including me to join the center and there's a Sinai's developed. What I think is one of the world's leading centers for transgender.

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"dr raji" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"dr raji" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"NewsRadio KLBJ I'm Eric liken the, Sousa service, of j con roofing President Donald Trump held an event at the White House. Today to honor, American immigration enforcement agents the president said, federal agents are doing a great job protecting the. Border and stopping gang violence ISIS operation matador recently lead to the arrest of three, hundred and, twenty-five, members of, MS thirteen a vicious violent horrible gang horrible group of people with rolling. Them the. Hell out of our country so fast your head would spend the president went, onto bash America's immigration laws and. Said his border wall must be built Congress's refused to provide the tens of billions of dollars necessary for that wall. With the kids going back to school some parents. Are scrambling to find the epi pen it's an auto injector device, used to, immediately, stop severe allergic. Reactions. Texas ear nose, and throat specialist Dr Raji pundit says, despite ongoing shortages of the actual epipens. There's no need for parents to panic Have a product called Adrina. Click that is available we have a product called AVI q. they don't work exactly like the epi pen so it's very important that if you get one of these other products that, you take, the time to understand how to use them Dr pundits says those alternative injectors. Should be easier, to find as well the father of, a man who died in a wrong way drunk. Driving crash back in March is suing the dizzy rooster bar on sixth street Robert, McBride says, the, bar is, to blame for over serving his sons Zachary who slammed into a concrete. Barrier on. Mo- pack is he was headed southbound in the northbound lane the father is, seeking unspecified damages Texas State university. Students in San Marcos can't blame the train for being late to class anymore so says university president Denise trout at. The ribbon cutting of the loop eighty two a. Springs overpass today the KLBJ radar weather watch could see some rain, in the, overnight, hours we got. Sunshine. And one hundred, one degrees downtown right now get Austin, news on demand at NewsRadio KLBJ dot Dot com traffic time Afternoon here's Melinda trouble-spots I just walked out the front and looks like. Right here at between one eighty three and run Burke very heavy on. On, I thirty five yeah it's. Always heavy on thirty five at that is definitely one of the areas also Georgetown getting some. Heavy rain right now that is definitely slow down traffic bolt. Directions of thirty five and I'm being told that that.

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There’s an EpiPen shortage — and parents fear for their allergic kids

Jeff Ward and Ed Clements

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

There’s an EpiPen shortage — and parents fear for their allergic kids

"With the kids going back to school some parents. Are scrambling to find the epi pen it's an auto injector device, used to, immediately, stop severe allergic. Reactions. Texas ear nose, and throat specialist Dr Raji pundit says, despite ongoing shortages of the actual epipens. There's no need for parents to panic Have a product called Adrina. Click that is available we have a product called AVI q. they don't work exactly like the epi pen so it's very important that if you get one of these other products that, you take, the time to understand how to use them Dr pundits says those alternative injectors. Should be easier, to find

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"dr raji" Discussed on WWL

WWL

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"dr raji" Discussed on WWL

"One hundred nineteen. Billion dollars, in market gap Mark zuckerberg's personal loss alone if. Only on paper exceeds the value of companies such as cores and Macy's Unbelievable and at the same. Time the US economy sped up in the. Second quarter expanding four. Point one. Percent according. To the Commerce Department and it's the first time in. Four years economic growth broke the four percents Mark joining, us on the line is Dr resolution Orion Cameron. Professor of finance at LSU. His specialty is in banking and financial markets welcome to the show Dr neuron So let's talk about. Facebook I I mean one hundred. And nineteen. Billion in market cap the largest I think the. One before that might have. Been Intel had about a. Ninety one. Billion single day laws back in September two thousand I mean you're talking about a loss in market. Cap that's greater than a multitude of companies put put together in a single day. What seems to be driving this downward spiral for Facebook Well the markets are reacting to the fact. That Facebook reported Herning that were than what was projected Stock market prices are. A, reflection of what people expect the company to urban in the future for profits in the future So turning than earnings projections are gonna bring the stock down now have. To the. Question of magnitude I think the market didn't think that it was going to pick this bigger gap in earnings Facebook comment where they're trying to regain some of those that had made up their security Matter of opinion Meriwether what you consider an expensive somebody else's investment That's happening with Facebook so when, we think, about this reinvestment for security is, the challenge really that you know that. Is just a pure expense, and there's no way to monetize that that leads to prov prophets You've got these regulatory agencies now both in the US and, I think, in Europe they're actually in front, of us on this making these demands. As it relates to privacy In that in it of itself does that make the Facebook product less attractive I don't think it makes the product less attractive. It just makes it more expensive to produce So the. Cost of making the product you have to comply. With a wannabe security regulations and privacy regulation It's just become higher it's no different from this day Physical product that you have now make but that's subject to environmental regulation than safety. Regulations until her car bear in producing. That particular product, and it's the same with Facebook product but Dr, Ryan we think about Facebook in the ability. To monetize we're talking, about views and users and Facebook as you said, earlier they projected that their earnings we're gonna be. Down which was a direct correlation to volume. Of users so what's driving that Well again I think, privacy concerns right I mean we are a nation, where we do value our individual privacy very you. Know what you're saying More so than. Maybe, citizens of other countries perhaps And so when, they're Kick Ninety saying that they are really. Compromises there will compromise on individual privacy bucks the perception that your individual private information can be compromised Proficient drive confidence away I, mean, it's just like. What would you do I, mean if you suspect that your information may be Elon argues without your knowledge provided right right back out. So when Facebook steps forward like yesterday in the root revealed that, they've identified an active political influence campaign using fake accounts on Facebook they. Believe it to be the Russians that's still going on today and they make that revelation public Can we expect, that the stock continues to slide The market cap of lies all. A good part of the backfield is right now Not a word They mason We have now and what we can project into. The future based on the information we have now factor that into, the big. Huge drop now What information that comes out let's say are turning points. In Couldn't participate I'm sure that Further I've got time, right and we now seem to have seen it bleed over to Twitter as well that are, having I, guess some of the same market concerns and considerations in that forum. Also. Yeah This is, a problem, at all social media companies I mean look at the work social. Media I'm in the is social wanna socialize over media. It means, well we're share information about us And so where are the boundaries? Where I'm willing to share from from learn about similar things. About other, cocaine, within a family let's say You might know like I prefer a particular kind of private information but now that? Information leaked Marketer target adds to me It almost seems, like it's without my consent and I'd rather not have. That information repeal fell today the technologies available to her sucks that any. Information networks can. Be. Mined target specific people Phil profiles I mean I'm sure you're all all your listeners. Have encountered very targeted. Ad here gonna warheads of the. Same kind I've often wondered how do they know so much. About me I'm walking down the street and it's like they're sending me a note that there's a sale at a store across the street from where I'm walking These programs are so low. Level Cam, you could just go on Lewin embedded get could one of your programs and it'll be good for you. Absolutely so let's talk about something where privacy doesn't seem to. Be affecting the GDP expanding to four point one percent the first time in four years economic growth broke the four percents Mark on an annualized basis So this is a quarterly number that the annualized Broken the question is is a temporary is permanent You know I? Think the widespread I would say is that Definitely has a strong temporary component because I think there some Components of ADP broadly think of the basket goods and services that we all by. Which have, a consumer you know I find more and that happens because there's some tax. Cut money that's coming my way of. Disposable income goes up you spend so spending. Incomes a little bit higher companies are spending after a long time because what they call their investment. And that's been motivated I, think in anticipation of Wars mighty up if. We're not already in one The, prognosis is. We're going to be in one So there is some investment the head of, that excel rated spending to try and beat the the impact of the tariffs Absolutely accelerated spending both houses and businesses Okay, I mean even a consumer thinking okay we get into the fray Cold War pair. Being. Levied on both sides with China Oh. I. Don't know my, lawnmower. Is gonna, cost me more gonna, let, me go by lawn mowers automobiles washing machines all of it right so you're seeing Spending but you might normally. Have spread, out let's say over three quarters guessing accelerated, up, and that probably. Driving the pill and Likewise I think there's. A lot on the export to I mean I, think a lot. Of. Companies girls crying Imports or exports to get ahead of. The pair, up spices nine percent increase in exports right So three contributed, to And. That's what we're seeing So if so basically though by next in the next quarter will be able to determine whether or not that trend continues and whether or not these temporary issues and concerns that. We. Have really bear fruit yeah Yeah So what we. Would You know you would need to be number that is in some ways trended, of? Be. Temporary components right yeah So. You would get a better sense. Of the, third quarter and good news is always better better than bad news so I'll take the, good? News Right Their animal spirits as they call it does go. Up I'll drink to that Dr. Neurons There are. Some days, you just feel like you get hit by so many. So, much bad news, you know it's like, I'll take the good news whenever it comes however it. Comes know just go with. It But. Four percents I'm in economy the size of the US it's a pretty impressive member absolutely, absolutely all. Righty Dr, Raji Schnur Ryan from LSU thank you so much we. Really, appreciate your time, and your insight practice Barron may, already have a. Great week we'll be right back give us. A call two six zero. One. Eight. Seventy on. The. Text line but of course. GDP increase had absolutely. Nothing to do with Trump right didn't say that I don't think I ever said. Anybody's name we'll talk. About that you want to call in tell us what you think two six. Zero one eight seventy or Texas.

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"dr raji" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr raji" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Not just that was just really what i was gonna do in it as it turned out before i graduated i was speaker at an industry music industry conference and i was presenting research against some really big big notable well respected agencies and these agencies delivered research and said only seventeen percent of the population is legally downloading illegally downloading music and this will not be a problem either college student gets up and i say i've surveyed five hundred teenagers between the ages of thirteen in nineteen and ninety nine percent of them legally downloaded music in the us and have no interest in stopping and like billboard didn't even include me in the right up but it just so happened that the head of research for sony music was in the audience and not dry graduated about a month dr raji i got a call from her and she said so i was at this event and you're the only person that told the truth we know that the issue is even worse and and you know she said i'm gonna hire you i want you to do so research for us for about ten years i've worked with her and with all the different sony labels and got your work you know a artists projects ranging from john mayer john legend to jessica simpson and we were you know helping pick singles and just doing really great work and so you know the seed was planted that i would not go to law school and very soon after college i you know i picked up the sony contract started getting hired a bit more opened an office in new york city and by the time i was twenty five i had that you know the cover story with magazine in need is they say the rest is history so no no i'm talking about you can't just casually say opened an office in your exceeds evils expensive place on earth no we have to break this down which i was in a co working space by the way in chimp dow's and four before it was even a thing and i had a great space in the city and it was like ho working for like that's a big part of my career is like doing crazy things before people you know even thought about them or back when they're like that would be crazy why would you have an office like it's just fine it's gonna work and it was great you know it was great to be in a twenty four having an office in new york city and our headquarters we were across the street from the old coach headquarters and you know not too far from the job at centers to all those shows it was just like a really great time in life to be working in the city and i never lived in the city i was too much of a suburban new jersey girl but i liked and i still love the work energy of new york city and so yeah the oprah i was very blind that whole thing too and i you know said oh that'll it'll be nice but i'm still doing the work i was doing and you know right after the piece came out you know get a phone call and let her maria shriver inviting need to ben i was like okay things change i definitely think things have changed a bit but it was it was a really really exciting time now you started out doing this exchange for free product at what point did you shift and we're your advisers critical part of that shift in letting you know you know what to charge how to charge so that you can really start to sustain yourself as business yes so i will say dr joe's who still teaches at hood college where where i did my undergrad was nim valuable resource and one of the best thing she taught me you know what so room go back a gun to two thousand college campuses what was happening in the world we thousand it was the first big internet booth and so everybody had a dot com and she said listen i have i have a feeling that dotcoms are gonna dot com and you really need to build a structurally sound.

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"dr raji" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr raji" Discussed on WJR 760

"The symptoms cardiac sarcoidosis can present with palpitations or sensation of chest pain often accompanied by shortness of breath sometimes there will be a feeling that you're about to pass out or lose consciousness and inflammatory disease of the heart doctor leslie cooper says we don't know why cardiac sarcoidosis happens and diagnosing it is difficult to the definitive finding is a granular loma or inflammatory cell seen under the microscope after a heart biopsy there are noninvasive ways to diagnose sarcoidosis including cardiac mri and cardiac positron emission tomography scans the good news is that cardiac sarcoidosis is pretty rare and can resolve on his own treatment if needed ranges from medications to control the information all the way to organ transplant for for more information welcome back to the michigan center for vedic surgery radio show i'm your host mary kronen here tonight talking with dr raji alamo orthopedic surgeon and director of the michigan center for orthopedic surgery we're discussing alternatives for correcting the issues and restoring full mobility that's multi even talking about all the different types of the elements that you treat tell us a little bit about what patients can expect when they come to see you and also one of the things you mentioned over the break is that you have joined in your practice treating a broad spectrum of ailments you're not just doing knees or shoulders or heads so talk to the listeners about what types of elements you treat and what happens when someone comes into see you practices when they develop.

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