6 Burst results for "Dr Sanborn"

"dr sanborn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:27 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanborn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Corona virus what do you need to know about this in novel form of that virus which is spread across the world and there are now cases of it spreading here in the United States in here in the state of Florida on this important subject I've been talking with Chad Sanborn is a board certified physician in both infectious diseases in pediatric infectious diseases and he's infectious disease specialist at kids medical services in Palm Beach county and check out one thing I wanted to ask you Dr Sanborn is what do you expect to see in the coming weeks and months when it comes to this virus so I mean are you expecting to see it spread even more than it already has and how long do you think something like this would take to run its course right so unfortunately I do C. or K. and potentially a lot more keep circulating through both Florida and United States the logo on the kind of people but it does appear that there is community right of reply with meeting the conductor from coughing and sneezing and being around someone is coughing and sneezing so these especially with the fact that nobody can community correct means that we're probably going to see a lot more cases potentially very soon as well not that there's going to be a massive spread of it but I think it may have been going on for a little bit and now we have better means that capability up to action so I think we'll be identifying some of the patients who may be have had the virus with we didn't have the capacity to test them previously so I think it will likely stay around for a number of months what we're trying to determine right now again arsenal is the is the current even all buyers is that a fact here in Florida certainly again because nobody is immune to it at the moment that is a possibility that a kind of established itself and will spread from time to time throughout that United States so we're trying to determine how many people are infected and there's a lot of studying to be done both in China and South Korea and you're and you're left to figure out how how this may spread out the same time we are trying to develop vaccines and treatments which would potentially make the curtain of the vehicle that struck the United States and around the world yeah this is one of the problems though is it would take off a little while to get a vaccine out of the market correct potentially up to a year to year and a half which would not be a critical for this type of situation which means that we may be in court for a while now I don't think it's necessarily going to be all gloom and doom I think we will likely see that many of the cases are milder and back with the advertised mortality rates with the virus right now is around two percent wanted to present may indeed drop that we identify cases that aren't quite as sick right now which I think people are very sick or redirect traveling but I think we will see that there are many more people particularly children shifting weight that are not quite as well which which there by drop that mortality rate which is what I hope it other senses that there are some people out there that catch in and have no symptoms at all that is correct so that the good and bad thing right so it's good because well I'm not going to get sick which is great about the need that they can contact other people and some of those people will get sick so yeah there it seems to be a great majority of patients actually that will get infected not minimal to no symptoms which is good at that's what we want to see we're still trying to determine who are the people that are at risk for getting very sick but it appeared to be people over at age fifty five and people with chronic medical conditions are immune suppression seem to be at risk for getting the most L. from this particular virus but certainly the great majority of people who get coronavirus infection will not be in the hospital on a ventilator or be critically ill so what are local governments and frankly local medical facilities doing to prepare for this do you know yeah well it varies from facility to facility but is he health department is certainly taking a lead and then along with that if he did the film I was trying to get that thing out I am currently one of that of course is to allow potentially either half of themselves to have point of care testing where I think can be done right at the facility well even being sent to commercial laboratories which have that capability of doing massive amounts of texting on large scale basis so that part of it and then you know trying to keep up with the fly macs are a big thing that that many hospitals are in shortage jog and we're still trying to determine what the best way to prevent spread of the virus so right now we're kind of doing maximum protection for the healthcare providers that may change it makes you the political climate we see that there may be we don't have to be quite I stringed instrument out there respective and preventing the spread of virus for one person to another meaning that we don't need to wear but most most protective airborne matter necessarily which are rapidly becoming an shortage in many places here in New York yeah and I understand that I believe somewhere saying that really the average everyday person should not be worried about getting a mass because we want enough masks for the medical professionals were actually treating people with the disease that's correct yeah yes you know I think a lot does that keep pushing hard to find mac won't be there can look great the card number you can call out the line them up I don't think that's going to be recommended less actively preventing spring ET certainly incomplete whether it could be that you're riding public transportation it crowded New York subway or something like that currently you are at risk and maybe a little higher than getting it from people in the community but certainly in South Florida you're in a big city there's a lot of them are different between people number one number two I think a more effective way to prevent the spread of the virus would be banking on one thing which is very important and certainly if one person is wearing a mask it's not a bad idea because that will hopefully prevent the spread out backfired two other people around you but by and large I do not recommend the community goes out and buys mac and maps at the moment then you were just mention one thing their hand washing but water some everyday steps that a regular person can take to help prevent catching either coronavirus or really any other disease sure so yeah we we kind of try to follow our normal recommendation for sound potentially kind of silly but we don't do it enough and and that's why the things spread but trying to clean out the relatively healthy yeah exactly not staying up all night watching the building price by that sort of thing getting all your you know recommended vaccine influenza vaccine pneumonia vaccine and Christine vaccine will be important to you because you don't want to get to things and going to get quick with something and potentially have it misidentified as corona virus for instance if you get the flu because you didn't get the vaccine potentially well that's going to consider the whole picture in terms of that now that doesn't mean that you're more likely to get corona virus per se but it would potentially be worse and then hand once again because of that issue rapidly that you can around in your pocket and again if someone's sick we couldn't do encourage them in general and if you can basis to try to limit their exposure to other people and big ad community setting etcetera so little things that we can do that you have to make a big difference in terms of stopping the community spread and keeping yourself healthy Dr Chad is Sanborn any final thoughts on this issue that you want to tell the people of Florida yeah certainly I would say that I don't think it's necessarily a panic by any means but I do think it's not reasonable to have concerns and to kind of you know look at your daily life in and make sure that you are ready in case they do cancel curtain school daycare center things like that there may be a point where the the government authorities recommend staying home from work for a week or two weeks add this kind of symptoms so I again I don't think it's something we need to be hoarding water include in our homes for it you could barely I think you are part of a pretty good at preparing for things but knowing that we have hurricane Kerr which many other parts of the country they don't at the same time you know I think being confident in having some backup plans in place for them I began a become a bit more significant in the community so it's that balance to play but I think generally it's good to be aware good to know things I recommend going to the fact that gov other websites where we can get some information for this issue to be up by the information on the internet many that much of it not good from Facebook and Twitter and things like that so I speak your language and have a relationship with your position is not quite the snow conditions and when you are able to be able to reach out to them and again house providers were kind of learning all that at the door as well so things may change but I don't think that that actually make us doubt are you know health care public health authorities there guiding new cases Dr Chad Sanborn thank you so much for coming on the fourth round table today my pleasure thank you for having me and a closing thought in just a moment on this edition of the four round table.

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What you need to know about coronavirus right now

WIOD Programming

09:16 min | 2 years ago

What you need to know about coronavirus right now

"What do you need to know about this in novel form of that virus which is spread across the world and there are now cases of it spreading here in the United States in here in the state of Florida on this important subject I've been talking with Chad Sanborn is a board certified physician in both infectious diseases in pediatric infectious diseases and he's infectious disease specialist at kids medical services in Palm Beach county and check out one thing I wanted to ask you Dr Sanborn is what do you expect to see in the coming weeks and months when it comes to this virus so I mean are you expecting to see it spread even more than it already has and how long do you think something like this would take to run its course right so unfortunately I do C. or K. and potentially a lot more keep circulating through both Florida and United States the logo on the kind of people but it does appear that there is community right of reply with meeting the conductor from coughing and sneezing and being around someone is coughing and sneezing so these especially with the fact that nobody can community correct means that we're probably going to see a lot more cases potentially very soon as well not that there's going to be a massive spread of it but I think it may have been going on for a little bit and now we have better means that capability up to action so I think we'll be identifying some of the patients who may be have had the virus with we didn't have the capacity to test them previously so I think it will likely stay around for a number of months what we're trying to determine right now again arsenal is the is the current even all buyers is that a fact here in Florida certainly again because nobody is immune to it at the moment that is a possibility that a kind of established itself and will spread from time to time throughout that United States so we're trying to determine how many people are infected and there's a lot of studying to be done both in China and South Korea and you're and you're left to figure out how how this may spread out the same time we are trying to develop vaccines and treatments which would potentially make the curtain of the vehicle that struck the United States and around the world yeah this is one of the problems though is it would take off a little while to get a vaccine out of the market correct potentially up to a year to year and a half which would not be a critical for this type of situation which means that we may be in court for a while now I don't think it's necessarily going to be all gloom and doom I think we will likely see that many of the cases are milder and back with the advertised mortality rates with the virus right now is around two percent wanted to present may indeed drop that we identify cases that aren't quite as sick right now which I think people are very sick or redirect traveling but I think we will see that there are many more people particularly children shifting weight that are not quite as well which which there by drop that mortality rate which is what I hope it other senses that there are some people out there that catch in and have no symptoms at all that is correct so that the good and bad thing right so it's good because well I'm not going to get sick which is great about the need that they can contact other people and some of those people will get sick so yeah there it seems to be a great majority of patients actually that will get infected not minimal to no symptoms which is good at that's what we want to see we're still trying to determine who are the people that are at risk for getting very sick but it appeared to be people over at age fifty five and people with chronic medical conditions are immune suppression seem to be at risk for getting the most L. from this particular virus but certainly the great majority of people who get coronavirus infection will not be in the hospital on a ventilator or be critically ill so what are local governments and frankly local medical facilities doing to prepare for this do you know yeah well it varies from facility to facility but is he health department is certainly taking a lead and then along with that if he did the film I was trying to get that thing out I am currently one of that of course is to allow potentially either half of themselves to have point of care testing where I think can be done right at the facility well even being sent to commercial laboratories which have that capability of doing massive amounts of texting on large scale basis so that part of it and then you know trying to keep up with the fly macs are a big thing that that many hospitals are in shortage jog and we're still trying to determine what the best way to prevent spread of the virus so right now we're kind of doing maximum protection for the healthcare providers that may change it makes you the political climate we see that there may be we don't have to be quite I stringed instrument out there respective and preventing the spread of virus for one person to another meaning that we don't need to wear but most most protective airborne matter necessarily which are rapidly becoming an shortage in many places here in New York yeah and I understand that I believe somewhere saying that really the average everyday person should not be worried about getting a mass because we want enough masks for the medical professionals were actually treating people with the disease that's correct yeah yes you know I think a lot does that keep pushing hard to find mac won't be there can look great the card number you can call out the line them up I don't think that's going to be recommended less actively preventing spring ET certainly incomplete whether it could be that you're riding public transportation it crowded New York subway or something like that currently you are at risk and maybe a little higher than getting it from people in the community but certainly in South Florida you're in a big city there's a lot of them are different between people number one number two I think a more effective way to prevent the spread of the virus would be banking on one thing which is very important and certainly if one person is wearing a mask it's not a bad idea because that will hopefully prevent the spread out backfired two other people around you but by and large I do not recommend the community goes out and buys mac and maps at the moment then you were just mention one thing their hand washing but water some everyday steps that a regular person can take to help prevent catching either coronavirus or really any other disease sure so yeah we we kind of try to follow our normal recommendation for sound potentially kind of silly but we don't do it enough and and that's why the things spread but trying to clean out the relatively healthy yeah exactly not staying up all night watching the building price by that sort of thing getting all your you know recommended vaccine influenza vaccine pneumonia vaccine and Christine vaccine will be important to you because you don't want to get to things and going to get quick with something and potentially have it misidentified as corona virus for instance if you get the flu because you didn't get the vaccine potentially well that's going to consider the whole picture in terms of that now that doesn't mean that you're more likely to get corona virus per se but it would potentially be worse and then hand once again because of that issue rapidly that you can around in your pocket and again if someone's sick we couldn't do encourage them in general and if you can basis to try to limit their exposure to other people and big ad community setting etcetera so little things that we can do that you have to make a big difference in terms of stopping the community spread and keeping yourself healthy Dr Chad is Sanborn any final thoughts on this issue that you want to tell the people of Florida yeah certainly I would say that I don't think it's necessarily a panic by any means but I do think it's not reasonable to have concerns and to kind of you know look at your daily life in and make sure that you are ready in case they do cancel curtain school daycare center things like that there may be a point where the the government authorities recommend staying home from work for a week or two weeks add this kind of symptoms so I again I don't think it's something we need to be hoarding water include in our homes for it you could barely I think you are part of a pretty good at preparing for things but knowing that we have hurricane Kerr which many other parts of the country they don't at the same time you know I think being confident in having some backup plans in place for them I began a become a bit more significant in the community so it's that balance to play but I think generally it's good to be aware good to know things I recommend going to the fact that gov other websites where we can get some information for this issue to be up by the information on the internet many that much of it not good from Facebook and Twitter and things like that so I speak your language and have a relationship with your position is not quite the snow conditions and when you are able to be able to reach out to them and again house providers were kind of learning all that at the door as well so things may change but I don't think that that actually make us doubt are you know health care public health authorities there guiding

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"dr sanborn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanborn" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Cove in nineteen that seems to be the big story right now really all over the world and there's a lot of deferment information out there as it seems to be spreading we even have some confirmed cases here in the state of Florida but I wanted to bring on an expert on in both infectious diseases and pediatric infectious diseases to give us some information about what you need to know about this virus and what you can do to possibly prepare if an outbreak happens in the state of order or anywhere else so right now I'm bringing on Dr Chad Sanborn he's an infectious disease specialist at kids medical service in Palm Beach county and Dr Sanborn thank you so much for coming on the fourth round table today my pleasure thank you for having me so before we get into our corona virus itself I did want to give you an opportunity to talk a little bit about your background and what you're doing for a medical services in Palm Beach county right now I man and Peterson Michael knight because it became a pediatric infectious disease vascular not down here in Palm Beach county I've been in South Florida for about fifteen years now no and we see her uncle prince of information information that certainly comparing old recruiting potential epidemic here in the US with this coronavirus infection so right now we're kind of trying to focus on educating the public working with the hospital you come up with plans for if and when we do see patients with that the crown of iris inspection and you know speaking of corona virus I think one thing that a lot of people don't realize is this is a novel type of coronavirus so there are a lot of other types of crime virus that are out there that people have probably caught in the past why is this specific version of corona virus something we should be concerned about and what's the difference certainly one of the two main reasons why this one seems to be a one concern first one being that it's a novel coronavirus which what that means is that we believe they are probably originated from some sort of animal species typically industries some of the other coronaviruses added back into come from animals humans that come combat provisionally and worked with the mother and the mall at intermediary or medium step if you're welcome transaction so that the problem with that is that humans have not in that good fight before and there by the whole world is pretty much non a non active infection the law at pretty much everybody that writes for getting infected which is the first main difference that can make a difference is that at least preliminarily with some of the the information we get from China and from other places which are experiencing outbreaks if that seems to be that little bit more aggressive and making people more sick than a typical seasonal corona viruses what and I understand that China at first had a hard time kind of controlling the outbreak of this virus and its spread of course to Italy Iran and here in the United States why wasn't able to spread so easily and so quickly yeah excellent question so you know I think as most places in the world would be China was kind of caught off guard if you will with that degree of severity of illness and the number of cases of a fire early on with this illness then the glory trying to work backwards if you well I figured out that train notified transmission it seems that there may have been patient that weren't very symptomatic that were spreading the infection and and that large population in an area that I turn meant that many people were infected before they even know it or if your work at all and right pretty rapidly from there degree of transportation in kind as well as many other means that most viruses can escape where they're from a relatively quickly and and exaggeration like this with a virus that nobody even before at many people at risk for being infected which is what we found out that the only problem that initial case okay province Iran China soul if someone is listening to this program right now and they're feeling sick I mean should they actually go to the doctor and see if they have corona virus or are we really not to that point yet you know here in United States I don't think we're not that points what we if if that fine balance we're trying to play most people who get sick here in United States in the coming days and weeks we'll likely be falling L. comma more common respiratory viruses or bacteria so the normal players well look at all your baking in the amount of people who are sick most difficult lessons well not have coronavirus infection however if there is any concern what we probably would recommended contacting your primary healthcare provider to help you guys the types of cases certainly some of the very L. yet the present an emergency department on the valuation and then as a character mood the downside of that we don't want the hospital currently flooded with people just want to get tested and so forth so that's one of the challenges we're trying to figure out that how bad things how quickly can we roll out testing so that it can be done in many other places not just that the CDC and then the state health department lab yeah originally it was just the CDC that was doing a lot of this testing so people were happy to get tested and was getting sent to Atlanta I believe but now there are three different places I that are doing the testing here in the state of Florida my right on that three different cities that is correct here in Florida we have a case I think a state lab than Jacksonville in Miami and Tampa so that would take them to the bird in the office of the PDP number one now it's still pending at their for comparable results however a positive case usually is pretty reliable that that there is that concern about our return case click be added because it as if it were at a hundred percent confirmed case with the CDC echoed the other big thing about that is that we can probably pass more people and get results more quickly which is important to the conditions out there still cutting back on that result time for about twenty four to forty eight hours which is very helpful in making clinical decisions and bad at managing these patients in the hospital and I want to get back to other testing issue in just a moment but I think it might be a good idea to actually just go over some of the symptoms of the corona virus the people that are catching the corona virus what are other symptoms where they've been feeling right so that's another somewhat challenging topic certainly because unfortunately there aren't a whole lot that distinguish milder or moderately aggressive coronavirus infections from other common seasonal inspection that we see a difficult and does not include the upper respiratory symptoms cough congestion runny nose fever although that's not a requirement that does seem to create your fake indicated that they have seen it with corona virus infection and abdominal discomfort diarrhea vomiting can be part of the on that certainly those are inside the concern that the patient had any of those symptoms however they're not specific to corona virus alone what we do see in the case that that these patients seem to have a great degree of shortness of breath respiratory distress still having a hard time reading which seems to be at the moment maybe a little bit more prevalent with the coronavirus infection and other typical seasonal virus infection but the nonspecific nature of it does make it a little bit difficult to determine who had it just based on symptoms alone and there are those who are being tested for coronavirus how how does the testing process actually work right so right now we're following the guidance of the CDC and state health departments that take in public health sector certainly going to be a leader that that that fight if you will so we're testing people with that it documented chain of travels okay briefly came from some of these countries that are higher rates he don eagerly China and South Korea at the moment they would with any symptoms probably qualify protecting and then beyond that anyone who was in contact with individuals who had recently travelled to those places and what we're seeing now and learning about that that there seems to be community spread so people who do not have any contact or direct link to some of those above category seem to be getting infected as well so I think very quickly we had to change some of those definition right now it's defined as someone who is really sick and doesn't have a direct link to someone to travel can qualify for casting I do anticipate that that may change very soon and we want to try to capture all the people that potentially armed with the so we may be looking at people who are sick and collecting them as well I see your doctor Chad Sanborn he's board certified in infectious diseases and you know what one thing that I was thinking about earlier on we were talking about the symptoms and what people are going through how how are these people being treated what what is the treatment for some like this unfortunately your reporter care at the moment so there's a few investigational compounds that they're trying to develop that might have some effect in terms of frequenting killing viral particles but at the moment we don't have an effective medication therapy to treat the firewall itself doing is giving supportive care which is what we can with that many out the bad viral infection that make you out though yeah and when needed I respiratory treatment that needed to help open up the long and in that case the help of the ventilator when that Asian can't read for themselves so unfortunately that's another one of the challenges of the virus that there are no recognised treatment for it at the moment Dr Chad Sanborn he is a board certified in infectious diseases we've been talking about to what you need to know about corona virus exactly what is it what are the symptoms how is the testing working why is it spreading and what can we expect in the future you're listening to the fourth round table I'm Michael you have have you been injured in an accident of any kind the law offices of candor and deluca at Freddie dot com powered by the law offices of candor and deluca or call eight eight eight five day one the I heart radio at this is effortless man I don't have to pay for it I love that part I can listen to stations from all over the country I'm actually from Cincinnati and I moved to Dallas I love catching up with sports I like it is really nice but this.

"dr sanborn" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanborn" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're back on animal party pet life radio meets up. Well, and I live and work at camp. Good Doug, where we have loads of dogs coming and going, and doing this a long time training dogs, and I also breed dogs and sometimes I placed expediting dogs. And so I've got that decor, the psychology professor who knows a lot about dogs and people, and I find that when I place, a dog, like five year old scarlet, who's about to retire from breeding, golden retriever. I know she's going to make an amazing pets. I know she's trained to the house and kids and other animals, and she's loving and loves to be touched. And then a great mom. And she's loves cats and they have a golden retriever the people, I'm giving her too, and they have horses. She likes horses. I mean, I know what they're getting they know what they're getting to me. It seems a great match and I wouldn't recommend they go out get a, a new puppy that they have to house train and stay. Up at night with if that's not what they're looking for. I think an expert in dogs, a good thing. So I know in the past think you've said that you prefer puppies, are prefer puppies, for the simple reasons that my dogs are trained to be obedience dogs and competitors. So I wanna dog who comes to my house, and who I can train to do the kinds of things which that his work for the rest of his life, but that doesn't necessarily mean that I have any objection to people adopting older. Does it really depends on your circumstance? Let me give you an example. My parents, always had schnauzers standard schnauzers there. Glad that no, no no, no. Not many the middle sites. Yup. Yup. But they're tough little dogs. I mean, they're just basically oversized terriers and their puppyhood is, you know, it's a bit of a struggle that kind of thing, and when my parents began to get older, their current shelter had died and I decided they needed to softer dog, and they should have a puppy because, you know, it was getting hard for them to move around. And that kind of thing, so I ended up getting them a cavalier king Charles spaniel seven years old and had just retired from breeding. I mean he was from a breeder just kiss me, kiss me hug me hug me. Don't put me down. But this was not this was not a breeding farm. This was a gal who you know, who had a breeding kennel, and she had maybe three or four dogs at a time. What's conscientious breeder and older does socialized and that kind of thing. So, you know, Amy came into the house, and it became an instant child. My parents were concerned, so it really because I think sometimes people think if the dog isn't a real baby with baby teeth, it won't bond to them, and I don't agree with that. I think these dogs if they've had a hard life, and then you give them security. They are so grateful even the rescue ones. I mean my expert is they've had a lovely life, but they've had to share humans, and now they get their own humans and very exciting for them. Just to have their own place to be one of two instead of one of four is a big improvement. You know, partly the reason I want her to go is because it's very busy and bustling around here. Like you say only have a few dogs, because when they get older it's better for them to go to a calmer place. You know where she could just hang out on the couch all day like she wants. Right. Those kinds of dogs, make wonderful pets. I mean, you know, it's the same thing that I teach a graduate course Bergen university. And that's also the home of the American assistance to institute, and they have these extra trooping trained to be service dogs, you know, hearing assistance to hoax her for handicap assistance, and that sort of thing and some of these dogs flunk out for various and sundry reasons. And so now you've got two or three year old dog who has just failed the service dog requirements, but they have been incredibly well, socialized that, that's her thing in those doors. Gyms. Fail at that is not a fail. You know, sometimes they fail because they're too affectionate with strangers. Like they, it doesn't mean he's a bad dog. He wouldn't even be in the program. If he was a bad dog he wouldn't get that far in it, it may be something like you know, he breaks his concentration when food's really tempting. Well, okay. He'll make an amazing pet. You know, he's just not good enough for the blind guy who can't afford to have the dog drifting, his attention because he walked by a hotdog stand. So I mean, you know, these are the kinds of things. Right. And I've found some really good matches were made with exiting dogs being placed because they didn't fully qualify for seeing eye dogs. They got almost all the way and then they can be retrained for something else like autism or hearing dog. So it's not that there are total failed. This is like a ninety eight percent dog. He's just not quite fair. Right. That's right. And adopting adult dogs is sometimes it's much much easier because, you know, somebody else's done the hard work of social. Sizing them in house. Breaking them in that sort of thing. And so, you know you gotta plug and play Pitt. But I remember at one point in time, I adopted an old cavalier king Charles spaniel was nine and a half years old. And the thing was, you know, he arrived in my house, and there was nothing to train him. He checked out the other two dogs in the house, he sort of saw what their routine was and within a week. You know, he was just one of the boys, and he was a delight also, you know that you said a mush bucket, but. Now are dealing with an expert in dog. Breeders should be doing things like when I do, which is you can take inferred day. You can take him for a walk. You can take him overnight. We can do a trial. He's always welcome back if they're trying to get rid o watch out. That's probably something went wrong. Health problem did something wrong. You don't want if the braider can't handle this dog that it knows. And loves yeah. Yeah. You steer clear, but if they're willing to, and this is my case, you know, when they adopt Scarlett, I'm willing to have to give my vet full disclose anything. Tell the people who are full history. Like is. I don't I have nothing to hide, if I had something to hide a win be doing that, right? If I just found out she had epilepsy or hip displays or something. It's going to be oh my goodness expensive, and I'm getting rid of her. I wouldn't say you know what you can call my vet. I've given them the freedom to talk with you fully about her history. So you wanna make sure you're not getting somebody else's discarded problem for sure. But if you could spend time with the dog and see that it listens to you and fits with you. I mean you. You do. I think especially for older people who don't want to train a puppy and get up in the night. They are rescuing is the best way to go. So we're going to go to one more break, and then we're gonna come back and talk to Dr Sanborn one more time. Stay tuned on animal Heidi's pet life radio. What if you could protect the life of your cat with something, so simple and affordable that you already use every day? Get ready for the Evelyn of kitty litter. It's crazy litter, along.

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"dr sanborn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanborn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It's eleven till health advocates are calling for lawmakers to support stronger vaccine laws amid a measles outbreak in several states. Correspondent Clayton Neville says the centers for disease control is reporting that more than one hundred twenty measles cases. So far in ten states. CDC reports five measles outbreaks of three or more cases this measles season already in Washington state, Texas and New York, Alison Winneke is the president and CEO of the immune ization partnership and says the contagious disease can spread fast. This is a local state and global issue right now in the Philippines. There's a measles outbreak over eight thousand people have the measles right now in the Philippines, and they've had about two hundred deaths from the easels, and we all know, we live in a global society. We have international airports disease is just a plane ride away. Doctors say measles was. Eliminated from the US in two thousand but now is back Texas pediatrician Dr Albert Kerem believes preventing more cases is dependent on back scenes. The absolute most effective way of not contracting measles. His team is your doctor Robert Sanborn with the children at risk organization is warning that online rhetoric that vaccines can harm children is a big contributor to the reemergence of measles and says it needs to end when you go to the internet, and you type in something around musicians, you're likely to hit one of the one hundred plus websites that are focused on this extravagant deceit. That vaccines are bad in recent years, an increasing number appearance of opposed vaccinations with the belief that they can lead to aunt ISM and children theory. Dr Sanborn says is false the medical community as a whole is saying this does not cause autism. These are one hundred percent safe advocates believe legislation should be presented that would limit parents ability to opt out of vaccinating their children. I'm clayton. Level. It's nine till as we check in with Robert workman. Dan, sports NBA back at it. After the all star break for the stretch, run bucks and up the Celtics ninety eight nine hundred seventy Goumba with thirty points twelve of those coming in the fourth quarter. Milwaukee improves to forty four and fourteen. That's the best Mark in the association as they head down the stretch warriors turn back the kings one twenty five one twenty three though the top team in the west. And of course, the defending champions Steph curry hit ten three pointers wound up with thirty six points. Kevin Durant scored twenty eight and had a career high seven blocked shots at the other end of the court. Seventy Sixers sidestep the heat one zero six one zero to Tobias Harris had Twenty-three stepping up. His Philly was without Joel Embiid. He's out for a week with a sore knee blazers lit up the nets won thirteen ninety nine. Use of Norwich had twenty seven points a dozen rebounds and his new backup in the pivot and his canter edit eighteen and nine that is a pretty good combination. Lakers rally past the rockets won eleven one zero six coming back from down in nineteen in the third quarter for the W LeBron James had twenty nine points. Brandon Ingram twenty-seven James harden fouled out with thirty keeping his streak alive at thirty. Game for the least thirty points. Second longest in NBA history. Not quite halfway to wilt chamberlain's record of sixty five straight and the Cavaliers crush the one eleven ninety eight Phoenix has lost sixteen straight a franchise record. They've allowed at least one hundred ten points in each of those games. I think I've pinpointed the problem in college basketball, number two, paddle Pepperdine ninety two sixty four the BULLDOGS poised to move up into that number one spot after dukes loss on Wednesday number seven Michigan held off. Minnesota sixty nine sixty four a road win in the big twelve and the sorry NHL on Thursday. The lightning edge the sabers to one in a shootout Nikita kucherov tied the game with this thirtieth goal. Then won it with a score in the tiebreaker kucherov now has an even one hundred points, thirty goals and seventy assists in sixty two games, fastest player to the century. Mark since Mario Lemieux did it in sixty one games twenty two years ago stars better the blues five to that ends the notes eleven game winning streak, Jamie. Ben sport twice Dallas scored four times in just over twelve minutes and period of been had both of the two of his in there. The. Capital of the Maple Leafs three to Alex Ovechkin with a power play goal is league-leading forty third this year number six hundred fifty of his career just the fourteenth player to hit that number hurricanes alluded the Panthers four three wild stuff a five game skid. They with the Rangers four to one devil. Shut out the senators for nothing thirty thousand for Cory Schneider sharks? Black the penguins. Four nothing to goals for Thomas. Turtle and twenty six saves for Martin Jones Canadians clobbered the flyers five one predators clip the kings to one coyotes got by the connects three two in overtime and another overtime win for the Oilers as they slip past the islanders four three. And he told trade deadline comes up on Monday. Swap last night the capitals picked up one of their old playoff nemesis. Carl Haglund from the kings for a couple of playoffs. Draft. Choices Haglund helped the penguins capitals. A couple of times on the way to the Stanley Cup in two thousand sixteen and two thousand seventeen and baseball the start of the exhibition schedule yesterday almost got an inning and a half. It makes before the rain washed out the as and the Mariners. They'll try again today in Peoria and in the grapefruit league, the Phillies and raised go at import Charlotte. That's Friday sports. All right. Six till. Next on America in the morning. Look who's buying more homes after these messages. Ask yourself.

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"dr sanborn" Discussed on KOMO

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"dr sanborn" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back to America in the morning. It's eleven till health advocates are calling for lawmakers to support stronger vaccine laws amid a measles outbreak in several states. Correspondent Clayton Neville says the centers for disease control is reporting that more than one hundred twenty measles cases. So far in ten states. The CDC reports five measles outbreaks have three or more cases this measles season already in Washington state, Texas and New York, Alison Winneke is the president and CEO of the immunization partnership and says the contagious disease can spread fast. This is a local state and global issue right now in the Philippines. There's a measles outbreak over eight thousand people have the measles right now in the Philippines, and they've had about two hundred deaths from the easels, and we all know, we live in a global society. We have international airports disease. This is just a plane ride away. Doctors say measles was eliminated from the US in two thousand. But now is back Texas pediatrician Dr Albert Karumba believes preventing more cases is dependent on vaccines. The absolute most effective way of not contracting. Measles is team. United your kid. Dr Robert Sanborn with the children at risk organization is warning that online rhetoric that back scenes can harm children is a big contributor to the reemergence of measles and says it needs to end when you go to the internet, and you type in something around immunizations, you're likely to hit one of the one hundred plus websites that are focused on this extravagant deceit. That vaccines are bad in recent years. An increasing number of parents have opposed vaccinations with the belief that they can lead to autism in children theory. Dr Sanborn says is false in the medical community as a whole is saying this does not cause autism. These are one hundred percent safe advocates believe legislation should be presented that would limit. Parents ability to opt out. Out of vaccinating their children. I'm Clayton Neville. It's nine till as we check in with Robert workman. Dan, sports NBA back at it. After the all star break for the stretch run bucks up the Celtics ninety eight nine hundred seventy Goumba with thirty points. Twelve of those coming in the fourth quarter. Milwaukee improves to forty four and fourteen. That's the best Mark in the association as they head down the stretch warriors, turn back the kings one twenty five one Twenty-three three. They're the top team in the west. And of course, the defending champions Steph curry at ten three pointers wound up with thirty six points. Kevin Durant scored twenty eight and had a career high seven block shots at the other end of the court. Seventy Sixers sidestep the heat one zero six one zero to Tobias Harris head Twenty-three stepping up. His Philly was without Joel Embiid. He's out for a week with a sore knee blazers lit up the nets won thirteen ninety nine use of Chad twenty seven points and a dozen rebounds and his new backup in the pivot and his canter at eighteen and nine that is a pretty good combination. Lakers rally past the rockets won eleven one zero six coming back from down nineteen in the third quarter for the W LeBron James had twenty nine points. Brandon Ingram twenty-seven James. Fouled out with thirty keeping his streak alive at thirty two games with at least thirty points second-longest an NBA history. Not quite half way to wilt chamberlain's record of sixty five straight and the Cavaliers question the sons one eleven ninety eight Phoenix is lost sixteen straight a franchise record. They've allowed at least one hundred ten points in each of those games. I think I've pinpointed the problem in college basketball, number two, Gonzaga, paddle Pepperdine ninety two sixty four the BULLDOGS poised to move up into that number one spot after dukes loss on Wednesday number seven Michigan held off. Minnesota sixty nine sixty for a road win in the big twelve and be sorry. NHL on Thursday. The lightning edge the sabers to one in a shootout Nikita kucherov tied the game with his thirtieth goal. Then won it with a score in the tiebreaker kucherov now hasn't even one hundred points, thirty goals and seventy assists in sixty two games, fastest player to the century. Mark since Mario Lemieux did it in sixty one games twenty two years ago stars better the blues five to that ends the notes eleven game winning streak, Jamie. Benn scored twice Dallas scored four times in just over twelve minutes. Period to Ben had both of the two of his in there. The capital shade of the Maple Leafs. Three to Alex Ovechkin with a power play goal. His league-leading forty third this year and number six hundred fifty of his career just the fourteenth player to hit that number hurricanes alluded the Panthers four three wild stop a five game skid. They with the Rangers. Four to one devils. Shut out the senators four nothing thirty stops for Cory Schneider sharks blank the penguins. Four nothing to goals for Thomas hurtle and twenty six saves for Martin Jones Canadians clobbered the flyers five one predators clip the kings to one guy he's got by the connects three two in overtime and another overtime went for the Oilers as they slipped past the islanders four three. NHL? Trade deadline comes up on Monday. A swap last night the capital's picked up one of their old playoff nemesis. Carl Haglund from the kings for a couple of playoffs. A couple of draft. Choices haggling helped the penguins out the capital's a couple of times on the way to the Stanley Cup in two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen and baseball the start of the exhibition schedule yesterday almost they got an inning and a half in Arizona before the rain washed out the as and the Mariners. They'll try again today in Peoria and in the grapefruit league, the Phillies and raise go at it in port, Charlotte. That's Friday sports. All right. Six till. Next on America in the morning. Look who's buying more homes after these messages. Ask yourself if.

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