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Unexplained Mysteries

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Disagreed in one thousand nine hundred sixty six thirty-three-year-old dr oliver sacks arrived at the beth abraham hospital in new york city. There were eighty survivors of the sleeping. Sickness pandemic living. They're all suffering from severe cases of post encephalitis parkinson. Ism some good function enough to communicate and take care of basic needs. They could feed themselves and hold conversations. Others couldn't move talk or care for themselves at all at best. These patients only had short reactionary consciousness. They might respond to an alarm clock going off but they always return to their frozen state as though their mind was bearing down again. The hospital staff focused on improving the living conditions of the healthier patients. The doctors and nurses fostered community to help ease the loneliness depression and isolation that came with permanent hospitalization. Even the luckiest patients knew they would be at the hospital for the rest of their lives. There was no cure. Doctors still didn't understand what caused the original disease. Let alone the resulting symptoms the other major pandemics of the nineteen twenty s had all been effectively neutralized vaccines existed to protect against the flu. Diphtheria and polio. But when the sickness disappeared so abruptly in nineteen twenty seven so did most research on the disease in the forty years since medical researchers moved past caring about sleeping sickness treatments meanwhile the survivors suffered daily with the after effects of their forgotten illness but in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven doctor sax found an experimental new treatment that gave him hope it was called leva dolpa also known as el dope leave. Dope is an amino acid produced by the human body inside the brain neurons transform. L. doper into dopamine. The neuro chemical that influences mood dopamine plays a large role in motivation reward and pleasure. Doctors and scientists had known about el daba for decades but they considered it a useless byproduct of the body. in fact some believed it was potentially toxic. Because it's known to occasionally cause nausea and vomiting by the nineteen sixties neurologist. Had a better idea of how brain chemicals functioned and the important role of dopamine. Doctors discovered that the brains of parkinson's patients had damaged dopamine producing neurons. They essentially didn't get any dopamine at all doctor sax theorized that because the sleeping sickness survivors getting dopamine. Their sense of motivation and reward had been eliminated. He imagined that if dopamine increased their condition might improve if he was right l. Dope could be a game changer in treating survivors of sleeping sickness. He paid close attention to reports of other doctors experimenting with l. dope in nineteen sixty seven. A doctor in nearby long island new york gave large doses of l. dopamine to patients with parkinson's disease and the drug were't the parkinson's patients experienced a significant improvement in their condition. They were able to take control of their bodies. Managing muscle tremors and weakness more easily. This experiment proved that a lack of dopamine was a major cause of their symptoms but while parkinson's disease and post encephalitis parkinson is more similar. They are not the same parkinson's is a specific neurodegenerative brain disorder that causes tremors stiffness and loss of motor control the term parkinson ism refers to any condition that causes symptoms similar to parkinson's disease. Like the kind suffered by the sleeping sickness survivors just because el daba worked for patients with parkinson's disease didn't mean it would work for the patients with more. Severe symptoms the so-called living statues. But dr sax was determined to try. Unfortunately the drug was initially prohibitively expensive. It took two years for the hospital to afford enough l. dope for dr sax to begin his trial but in the spring of nineteen. Sixty-nine he was ready to administer doper to his patients. The experiment was risky at best. The treatment could have the same effect as it did for parkinson's patients but using l. By head unpredictable results it could make his patients conditions worse. Dr sachs's patients had other complicated symptoms locked underneath their frozen exterior. Many patients exhibited hyperactivity and violent behaviors in the past which only stopped with their eventual paralysis. Doctors sacks could only imagine what might emerge if they regained consciousness that he had to try. Many of his patients were elderly and deteriorating rapidly. This was their only chance at having a few healthy years before they passed so in march nineteen sixty nine doctor sax gave out the first doses of el daba knowing it could either curious patients or cripple them coming up. The sleeping sickness survivors face a difficult choice. Imagine living with a secret so big that if anyone ever found out it would change everything. Imagine carrying that secret with you every day. Desperate to one day. Get it off your chest. Do you think you could take a secret like that to the crave. i'm stephanie. Heymann host of the new podcast series deathbed confessions the show where we dive deep into the most explosive things people have admitted to while drawing their last breath from murder. Fake identities heists illicit affairs and even top government secrets this season. On deathbed. confessions. We investigate cases like frank thorogood the construction.

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Charges involving six alleged victims is held on $200,000 cash bail. Is it time to relax the mask mandates in Massachusetts? That is the question, though. The answer is not the same for all the BBC TV Nikki Giovanni spoke with a specialist who wrote a blogger post in the New England Journal of Medicine, advocating for relaxing mask mandates and some outdoor situation. It's time I think for us to move on and recognize that we've made real progress in the science of the virus transmission. Medical director of Brigham and Women's Division of Infectious Diseases. Dr Paul Sacks, says the science examining how covert 19 spreads support's losing the mask in certain scenarios. When you're outside, we've now known for some time that Transmission outside is very uncommon, especially in common among people who are by themselves, and so for there to be a mask mandate for people who are walking around outside by themselves just doesn't seem to make sense anymore, And it might distract people from understanding where the transmissions actually happened, according to Dr Sachs Transmission doesn't take place when you're simply going for a walk by yourself and pass someone on the street or trail or track. Current guidelines in Massachusetts require wearing a face covering in all public places, indoors or out, even when it's possible to make Came social distancing from others. The jury a Derrick show, Vince trial continues to deliberate the fate of the former Indianapolis police officer accused of killing George Fluid, though the jury will get the final say there's plenty of weighing in President Joe Biden, who has spoken with Floyd's family is among those with an opinion, president, Biden told White House reporters. He's praying the jury reaches quote the right verdict in the case. I wouldn't say that. The jury was sequestered. Now hear me say that it comes after Mr Biden called George Floyd's brother Fulanis yesterday. Third good family on there, called Peace..

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"With 65 year old David Cully is their new head coach has been a Ravens assistant the last two seasons. Jason Witten's retiring again. The 11 time Pro bowler will make it official with the Cowboys in March once his one year deal with the Raiders expires. Seahawks offensive lineman Chad Wheeler is no longer with the team after his arrest on the suspicion of felony domestic violence. NBA great finish between the Lakers and the Sixers and Philly 10 seconds ago. Lakers lead by one LeBron Guards Curry. I'll top Harris with five. Harris. Dr Sachs Russo hangs fire suit head makes it With 2.4 to go. The Lakers don't have time out. Sixes lead by one Tom McGinnis with the car in six years. Radio in the 66 years would win it by 1107106. The Lakers first road loss of the season, The Jazz won their 10th in a row 1 16 1 of four over the Mavericks. Utah takes over the best record in the NBA at 14 and four. Meanwhile, the Nets and the Hawks going to overtime in Atlanta, Durant wants it up top. Takes it left around to the rim of the slam. And the next take a 1 29 1 23 lead with a minute 25 to going over time. Chris Carino, wf and nets Radio Network nets Hang on 1, 30 to 1 28, Kevin Durant 32 points. James Harden, 31 15 assists A triple double for Domantas Sabonis Pacers over the Hornets Won 16 106 Calves Beat the Pistons Won 22 107 Kings won 21 Magic 107. The Nuggets have won five in a row. 109 82 over the heat bucks beat the Raptors. 1 15 Wanna wait? Spurs won 10 Celtics 106 Pelican Stop The Wizards won 24 106 Despite 47 from Bradley Beal, James Wiseman a career high 25 warriors. 1 23 Timberwolves won 11 Thunder topped the sons 102 97 College basketball number two. Baylor's 15, you know. The Bears crushed Kansas State..

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"45. From an almost empty statehouse. Governor. Baker says Massachusetts will beat this virus in his annual state of the Commonwealth. Address. A giant leap for Boston. Jim's movie theaters, museums and mortgage the green light to reopen their doors effective Monday. Biden administration cuts a deal to buy 200 million Mork Corona virus vaccines. Federal judge blocks the White House plan for a 100 Day moratorium on immigration deportations. President Biden makes a big bet on driving out coronavirus with a plan to get every American adult a vaccine in just Mom. President Biden is upping the ante and the fight to get his many Americans vaccinated as possible. We will increase overall weekly vaccination distributions of states tried and territories. From 8.6 million doses to a minimum of 10 million doses. He says he'll do that with an order for 200 million more shots. I'm Deborah Rodriguez and census among health experts is beginning to build. That, too, may be better than one. Doctors say some face masks aren't cutting it. So the future of covering up may. In fact, be twice is nice. It's more of a recommendation for people who don't have access to quality mask. There are lots of maths out there. He's old on. Some of them are thin cloth masks, and I think that it would be a mistake. Dr. Paul Sachs is the clinical director of the infectious disease clinic at Brigham and Women's, He says the big concern is that thin material, especially people wearing thin gators and bandannas, If that's the case, for you, and doubling up does seem to make some More Impenetrable harder for the virus to get through, Then it would be if you just use the same cloth mask. Dr Sachs reiterating. As always, Something is better than nothing but maybe go outside of the convenience store of the gas station when buying your protective covering search for something of higher quality for medical professionals. If not, you may want to double up. Jim McKay WBC Boston's news radio. Sadness falls on Fenway Park this morning, a longtime member of the Red Sox Former coach Ron Johnson has died from complications due to covert 19. Johnson had a cup of coffee in the major leagues is a player, but this probably better known as a minor league manager. He did that job for 25 years. He was also first base coach. With the Sox in 2010 and 11. Ron Johnson was just 64 years old. It's 8 48 Snow slowly coming to an end in Boston 29 degrees. Wait your turn. Ah, Canadian couple faces scrutiny and fines for jumping the line to get a Corona virus vaccine, local official and Canada's Yukon says, quote I can't believe I've ever seen or heard such a despicable, disgusting sense of entitlement and lack of a moral compass. That after a wealthy couple chartered a plane to the region and took over 19 vaccine doses meant for indigenous elders. They have been identified as 55 year old Rodney Baker and his 32 year old actress wife Ecaterina, each face $900 fines for violating quarantine guide lights. Baker, who earned $11 million last year is a Canadian casino magnate is now the subject of a separate money laundering probe. Jim Krystle, a CBS New the Big, Easy for the Wind with Mardi Gras parade. AIDS on hold. Thousands of homes around New Orleans are being decorated as floats this year to celebrate fat Tuesday. The House float movement takes shape almost immediately after parades were called off over Cove. It concerns and it all started with a joke on Twitter, which turned into a group on Facebook and then turned into the house. Float movement, and those homes will be dressed up as floats. This year. It's 8 49, a man accused and then cleared in the murder of a 10 year old girl back in 1988 sues Pataki it Rhode Island police. Accusing the lead detective in that case of using him for publicity, an apology from the acting chief of the Capitol police, who says the agency knew days ahead of schedule that there was a possibility of mob violence at the United States Capitol earlier this month, and for the first time in two years, Snow falls on Las Vegas Sin City woke up yesterday to a dusting of snow. And freezing temperatures. Wham! Wham laugh! Wall Street today is taking a tumble or at least it's headed that way. Dow futures down almost 350 points, not a bright future, either for the S and P 500 or the NASDAQ as well right now, for college basketball. The struggle is very real when it comes to getting through this season..

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"President Biden is upping the ante and the fight to get his many Americans vaccinated as possible. We will increase overall weekly vaccination distributions of states, tribes and territories. From 8.6 million doses to a minimum of 10 million doses. He says he'll do that with an order for 200 million more shots. I'm Deborah Rodriguez State is expecting another 17% increase in the number of vaccines, and Governor Baker in a state of the Commonwealth address promises a smoother future. To getting people in Massachusetts coronavirus vaccinations will consensus is beginning to build. The 2 may be better than one. Doctors and health experts around the country say some face masks aren't cutting it. So the future of covering up maybe twice is nice. It's more of a recommendation for people who don't have access to quality mask. There are lots of maps out there. He's old on. Some of them are thin cloth masks, and I think that it would be a mistake. Dr. Paul Sachs is the clinical director of the infectious disease. His clinic at Brigham and Women's, He says the big concern is that thin material, especially people wearing thin gators and bandannas, If that's the case, for you, and doubling up does seem to make some more Impenetrable harder for the virus to get through that it would be if you just use the same cloth mask. Dr Sachs reiterating. As always, Something is better than nothing but maybe go outside of the convenience store of the gas station when buying your protective covering search for something of higher quality for medical professionals, If not You may want to double up. Jim McKay WBC Boston's news radio 7 18 Snow continues to fall in Boston. It's 29 degrees, sadness has fallen on Fenway Park, a longtime member of the Red Sox. Former coach Ron Johnson has died from complications of coronavirus. Johnson had a cup of coffee is a major league player but was better known as a minor league manager. For a quarter century. He was the first base coach with the major league team from 2010 to 11. Ron Johnson was just 64 years old. Wait your turn. A Canadian couple faces scrutiny and fines for jumping the line just to get a covert vaccine, local official and Canada's Yukon says, quote I can't believe I've ever seen or heard such a despicable, disgusting sense of entitlement at lack of a moral compass. That after a wealthy couple chartered a plane to the region and took over 19 vaccine doses meant for indigenous elders. They have been identified as 55 year old Rodney Baker and his 32 year old actress wife Ecaterina, each face $900 fines for violating quarantine guide lights. Baker, who earned $11 million last year is a Canadian casino magnate is now the subject of a separate money laundering probe. Jim Krystle, a CBS do in the big Easy for the wind with Marty, grab her. AIDS On hold this year, Thousands of homes around New Orleans are being decorated as floats to celebrate fat Tuesday. The House float movement takes shape almost immediately after parades were called off over Cove. It concerns and it all started with a joke on Twitter, which turned into a group on Facebook and now a whole movement, the House float movement. For Mardi Gras, for whom the Bell tolls. ABC is Chuck's, Iverson says. Today we find out what time it is on the so called doomsday clock. The bulletin of the atomic Scientists doomsday clock minute hand last year was set at 100 seconds from midnight, the closest so far, it said. Humanity faces Nuclear war climate change cyber enabled information warfare that undercuts society's ability to respond. The bulletin's science and Security Board meets twice a year and consults with scientists and other experts. The doomsday clock was created to 1947. It was farthest from 12, A.m. and 1991 at the end of the Cold War. Chuck Sivertsen ABC News You have.

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That's now more contagious and being found in Massachusetts well doctor, Brigham and Women's and the head of the Infectious Disease clinic, saying it's more of a recommendation for people. We don't have access to quality mass. There are lots of masks out there. He's old, and some of them are thin cloth masks, and I think that it would be a mistake. Dr Paul Sex the clinical director of infectious diseases and bring him in women's saying the big concern is that thin material, especially people wearing those thin gators in bandannas, and if that's the case for you, and doubling up does seem to make some More Impenetrable harder for the virus to get proof that it would be if you just use the same cloth mask. Dr Sachs reiterating. As always, Something is better than nothing. But maybe go outside of that convenience store or the gas station when buying your protective covering search for something of higher quality for medical professionals, if not You may want to double up. It's now 50 Wait on this Wednesday morning. It's time for business. Live to Bloomberg. We go where we say good morning to Tom Busby. Hey. Good morning, Jim. Well, it's decision day at the Federal Reserve, the central bank wrapping up its first meeting of the year today, and although policy makers are pretty much certain to keep interest rates unchanged near zero Investors are waiting to hear what else the Fed may be planning to do to lift the economy right now on Wall Street, though Dow futures down nearly 100 points and we're coming off some very slight declines in stocks on Tuesday. And moving quickly to reverse Trump Administration policies on energy and the environment. President Biden today expected to announce that he's putting a halt on all new oil and gas leasing on federal lands and in federal waters. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio and coming up in just a few moments, the South Coast getting their self a mass of vaccination site for covert 19. Details on what's going on in New Bedford this week. It is 509 stay safe out there in the early going. Snow is falling in Boston at 509 Smart speaker does more than.

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Arm sometimes will be associated with very bad fatigue the next day, occasionally fevers Sometimes headache doctor Paul Saxes, clinical director of the division of infectious diseases at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Not to worry these side effects don't last. They usually responds to taking something like See the Minutemen or ibuprofen and on Lee is very rare cases are the side effects so bad that people have to stay at work. And the reaction isn't necessarily a bad thing, either. It means your body is reacting to the second stronger dose. Dr Sachs says the stronger the response. The greater the protection from Cove in 19 James RoHaas WBZ Boston's news Radio World Health organization, is halting Cambridge baseball dirties covert vaccine for pregnant women at least advice for them to take it. The new report from the W. H O notes that while pregnancy puts women at a higher risk for severe coronavirus, Using the vaccine in that group currently isn't recommended. This report on Lee references modernist vaccine advising pregnant women not to get it unless their health care workers in facilities treating covert 19 patients. While there's no reason to believe the vaccine would cause any problems, the W. H O says the data is not there at the moment to support immunizing pregnant women deep in the woods of Seekonk. There's special place it takes informer. Canine officers set to be euthanized because they've been deemed aggressive. WBC's Kim Temper Tonic Left got a tour off the canine PTSD Center, a nonprofit run by a man who's dedicated his life's work to helping the animals. Dogs experienced trauma and PTSD the same way humans do, but their brains are not. Eloped enough to use logic and reason to work through the trauma, so they become fearful and aggressive. That's where Jim Lamantia comes in. He's rehabilitating a dozen former police and military dogs who've been traumatized on the job and cannot be re homed when they come in. There's a darkness to their eyes.

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Facebook and others. There are currently two covert vaccines being distributed in the United States. CBS's Jim Crow Sula tells us soon there could be another option. Johnson and Johnson says it expects to report eagerly awaited data on its covert 19 vaccine early next week. The drugmaker also said it will be able to make the delivery target for vaccine doses to countries with which it inside supply agreements. Like the fires overhead Mordor to vaccines. The one being developed by Johnson and Johnson requires just one dose. The World Health Organization's halting Cambridge baseball dirties covert vaccine for pregnant women and new report from the W. H O notes that while pregnancy puts women at higher risk for severe coronavirus used to the vaccine in that group currently is not recommended. This report on Lee references modern his vaccine and advises pregnant women not to get it unless their health care workers in facilities treating co vacations. Now, while there's no reason to believe the vaccine would cause any problems Wh O says the data is not there at the moment to support immunizing pregnant women. More and more people have been getting their first dose of vaccine, and doctors are getting the word out that the side effects from the second dose. Could be more uncomfortable for some For some receiving the second dose. They're reporting feeling stronger side effects than the first time around. The second does give them a bit more pain in the arm sometimes will be associated with very bad fatigue. The next day, occasionally fevers sometimes headache doctor Paul Saxes, clinical director of the division of infectious diseases at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Not to worry these side effects don't last. They usually respond to taking something like see the men, if in or Ibuprofen and on Lee, in very rare cases are the side effects so bad that people have to stay at work, and the reaction isn't necessarily a bad thing, either. It means your body is reacting to the second stronger dose, Dr Sachs says. The stronger the response. The greater the protection from Kobe 19 James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Banking of money during the pandemic spent tough for many, but the NPT A has been putting some savings decide. The fact that he put away nearly $71 million in savings. That's the start of the current fiscal year. Old officials continue to stick to their plan to cut service on under used lines and also consider restoring it later this year, the T finish November with net revenues of more than $14 million, compared to unexpected negative. Take. Surplus revenue will be deposited into a funding agency created as a buffer against a massive pandemic fuel budget crunch. The agency will not use the money immediately. It will hold it aside until the next fiscal here. Your people have been traveling during the pandemic. But despite a lot of vehicles, not on the road traffic fatalities continued to rise in 2020, the youngest drivers figure prominently in the numbers. Study from the governor's Highway Safety Association finds that drivers between 16 and 19 accounted for nearly half the speeding related fatal crashes from 2015 to 2019. Camel official of the G. H s a urges parents to install APS on their kids smartphones to monitor their driving habits. At the same time, she urges adults, two models safe driving minute. We have them in the cars in car seats. They're seeing their hearing everything we do so if we speed, it's a very good chance that our teams are going to speak because they learned from us generally in ABC News Women make history in the end BA When Natalie Sago and Jenna Schroder took to the court of the Amway Center for the Orlando Magics Monday night game against the Charlotte Hornets history was made, the two female referees became the first women to work the same game. Schroeder, the former university basketball player who joined the league full time in 2019 Sago, who played college softball was promoted in 2018. Lisa Matteo CBS News. You've probably seen it. In fact, you've probably seen it. Ah lot. The bundles up Bernie Sanders mean that went viral Inauguration day? Well, now it's popping up in a brand new spot. Less than a week after the senator's image at the inauguration went viral Photoshopped into everything from Forrest Gump is bench to Prada adds. It's become Bernie Sanders. The tattoo. Think artists say a growing number of fans are requesting Sanders likeness in a brown parka, knit mittens and a face mask. Sitting in a folding chair, a Denver tattooist tells the New York Post. He jokingly suggested it to a friend for an open spot on her right Shin and she jumped at the chance. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News You're Listening to W B Z.

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sworn in as jurors tomorrow. Single article of Impeachment charges Trump with incitement of insurrection after the attack on the capital earlier this month, the Senate will begin its trial February 8th in order to give Trump and his legal team time to prepare its defense. Democratic Senator Bob Menendez called on Republicans to convict Trump. The question is, Do you hold your oath to the Constitution higher than your fealty to President Trump? Some Republicans already questioning the legality of the Senate trial, given the Trump is no longer president. Marker Malard ABC News These walls could talk and they're starting to revelations continue from inside. The West Wing doctor, Deborah Burkes has now speaking out about her time on the coronavirus task force under former President Trump. Dr Burke says Getting the message out about this deadly pandemic was a challenge, especially because people in the White House and I think people around this country because I've had the privilege to meet them definitely believed that This was a hoax. She would urge Americans to wear masks but says you didn't see many in the White House. There were only two people who regularly wore a mask in the White House and President Trump wasn't one of them. But you have to figure out how to get that message out. When you can't get it out from the head of the country's a Zeeland, CBS News turn locally is growing that Massachusetts is falling behind other states in the rate of covert vaccinations and fears are growing that The state might not be ready to expand the eligibility list. Minority neighborhoods, especially feeling left behind and they're speaking off breaks My heart Deanie Pelley know of the Chelsea nonprofit lock, elaborate, Eva says. Once again, black and Brown. People find themselves at the back of the line, she says. They don't want the vaccine for the fun of it. They want it so they can get back to work safely there. Nah village of Chelsea invested and now we see From 7002 $16,000 in background or full lines still is over 1000 people for days, and she has one simple question for Governor Baker. If you really want to protect all residents on all of us are equal. Why do you place Corbett centers in what communities on Forget about a place like Chelsea? Suzanne Somers Will WBC Boston's news radio, the nation's top infectious disease, experts say there Very concerned about a new strain of coronavirus, which was first detected in the United Kingdom. Some local doctors suggest one mask may not be enough more from WBZ TV Stephanie Chang, Dr Paul Sacks heads Brigham and Women's Hospitals Infectious Diseases division and says, since this strain is easier to catch The quality of your face mask is even more important. I do think that if people are now wearing a thin cloth masks they should try and where two masks rather than one. Dr Sachs says surgical masks like the N 90 five's or more effective against the mutant strain. But the best defense against the virus is the vaccine. The sooner we could get the population vaccinated. The better and many people we spoke with are more than eager for a dose. I know. Yeah, I mean for the vaccine and the nation's top instead. Anxious disease. Dr Anthony Fauci says the Moderna and finds her vaccines seem to be protective against the UK variant 6 49 clear skies just ahead of sunrise in Boston, a very cold 20 degrees as you walk out the door more than 20,000 teachers in Chicago say they are not going to report to work today a weekend vote to defy orders from the city to return to the classroom. Over covert health and safety concerns and school officials end up blinking after warning teachers that failure to show up inside schools today would be considered a move of a strike. Authorities say they'll delay the in class mandate now until Wednesday in hopes of working something out for the nation's third largest school district. Criminal investigation is now underway in Gardner schools, police and school officials are keeping busy with this one. Saying violent and racist emails have been sent to some 5000 students and their families. The threats were sent through a vending system used by the schools and under the name of a student's. The investigation does continue proud day for the police department in Pelham, New Hampshire. NBC's Carl Stevens has more on two officers honored for their life saving efforts. The latest poll on Board of Selectmen meeting was a special one for the fellow Police Department have the privilege of bestowing to lifesaver awards to two great police officers. Awards were presented to Officer Michael Symes and Corporal Michael Casus Key early Christmas morning. They responded to a double stabbing and saved a man's life. The mail had stabbed multiple had been stabbed multiple times and.

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"dr sachs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"Volunteers, logistical support, etcetera that will be necessary to get the volume of vaccines that we want to get, too, particularly as I mentioned is the funnel gets wider, not speculating on where yet only suggesting that the decision will be made by the end of the week. The Western Bureau John Bay back double you be's a Boston's news radio as President Joe Biden looks to make good on his pledge to distribute 100 million covert vaccines in his 1st 100 days, a new CDC director, saying the government remains in the dark about just how many shots there are available. ABC is Kenneth Moten has more this weekend. The US finally past 20 million shots administered. A number of the Trump administration had promised to reach in December. But some states are being forced to cancel appointments because supplies are running out. The new CDC director acknowledges. They're not even sure how much vaccine is out there right now, the fact that we don't know today, five days into this administration and weeks into planning how much vaccine we have This gives you a sense with the challenges we've been left with. Meantime, at 5 18. The president will formally reinstate travel restrictions today on non U. S. Travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the UK and dozens of other European countries that allow travel across open borders. Officials also confirming South Africa will be added to the restricted list because of concerns about a variant of the virus that has spread beyond that nation. President Biden, reversing an order from former President Trump last week that called for the relax ation of travel restrictions or revelations continue from behind the walls of the White House. Doctor, Deborah Burkes is now speaking out. But her time on the coronavirus task force under former President Trump. Dr Burke says Getting the message out about this deadly pandemic was a challenge, especially because people in the White House and I think people around this country because I've had the privilege to meet them definitely believed that this was a hoax. She would urge Americans to wear masks but says You didn't see many in the White House. There were only two people who regularly wore a mask in the White House and President Trump wasn't one of them, but you have to figure out How to get that message out when you can't get it out from the head of the country Stay Zealand CBS News. It's now 5 19, the nation's top infectious disease experts, saying they're very concerned about a new strain of coronavirus first detected in the UK now detected here in Massachusetts, some local doctors suggesting one mask may not be enough. WBZ TV is Tiffany Chin has that report. Dr Paul Sacks heads Brigham and Women's Hospitals Infectious Diseases division and says, Since this strain is easier to catch, the quality of your face mask is even more important. I do think that if people are now wearing a thin cloth mask they should try and where two masks rather than one. Dr Sachs says surgical masks like the N 90 five's or more effective against the mutant strain, but the best defense against the virus Is the vaccine. The sooner we could get the population vaccinated. The better and many people we spoke with are more than eager for a dose. I know. Yeah, I mean for a vaccine, Dr. Anthony Fauci is saying the Mo Derna and five other vaccines seemed to be protective against the UK variants. It's now 5 20 police and school officials in central Massachusetts, busy with a criminal investigation, Gardner schools, saying violent and racist emails have been sent to some 5000 students and their families. The threats were sent through a vending system used by the school department. Also, we go now to Pelham, New Hampshire, or it was a proud day for their police department. WBC's Carl Stevens has more on two officers honored for their life saving efforts. The latest polling Board of Selectmen meeting was a special one for the fellow Police Department have the privilege of bestowing to lifesaver awards to two great police officers. Awards were presented to Officer Michael Signs and Corporal Michael Casus key early Christmas morning. They responded to a double stabbing and saved a man's life. The mail had stabbed multiple had been stabbed multiple.

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