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"dr william shatner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Ever had the flu you know it can make you feel downright miserable but the results of a new study might offer you a little peace of mind I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent researchers in Scotland have determined that cold and flu won't attack you at the same time after analyzing test results of more than forty four thousand patients the study's author said it was clear that flew and rhino virus which causes the common cold interact in a negative way that's why you see cases of cold and flu peak at different times of the year we spoke to one of the country's leading infectious disease experts Dr William Shatner about this and he said that the study results suggest that virus number one whether it be the rhino virus or the flu virus initiates an inflammatory response which then acts as a barrier to the second virus fascinating stuff the more you know I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life Russian talk radio five sixty KSFO she minutes to watch any here rushes thoughts from a yesterday show on yes it makes me laugh that Obama is now warning to take credit for the Triple Crown of me which is diametrically opposed in every way she better idea faction or form to the economy a broken to the very design of its one of the things that I have to be so careful of on the show and bowed out every she's very supported this because I could I could do three hours.

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World Health Organization declares coronavirus a global public health emergency

KNX Evening News

06:21 min | 9 months ago

World Health Organization declares coronavirus a global public health emergency

"Now though the World Health Organization has declared the outbreak of the new virus from China a global emergency this after the number of infected people spiked more than ten fold in just a week Dr William Shatner's professor preventative medicine and infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University school of medicine he has worked as an epidemic intelligence officer over at the CDC so doctor what does it mean that the World Health Organization now says this is a global emergency what does it change it doesn't change things very much it makes formal what's been going on informally in effect it puts the country of China in quarantine and the travel to and from China already voluntarily much reduced I think will breed reduced even further so it will have substantial economic implications of for China but should reduce the risk further that this virus will be exported from China to other countries we are seeing more person to person transmissions though so does really reduce the risk of some bunch people of already been there and left in it might take up to a week or a week and a half to really see the signs of this well here in the United States with had very few imported cases and I can tell you both the clinicians and the public health folks in the hospitals we're all have this at top of mind and we're all collaborating and so for all the cases have been detected very quickly put in isolation they are given good treatment safely and the public health folks have gone and found all the contact of those cases educated them and have them under surveillance so the system is working well at the present time in the United States now we also have not seen so far outside of China any deaths attributed to this corona virus right why is that is that is it too early to to form any conclusions about that or is it sort of indicating something well there may be a surveillance bias you know in China one has lots of much older people and people with underlying illnesses just as is always the case but the people who've traveled outside of China both the people who return to their home countries or Chinese tend to be younger tend to be healthier because they're doing international travel so the notion is that those folks probably don't get quite as severely ill how do you think their reaction wins in China as compared to lessons maybe they learn from sars or lessons that they still have to learn the communication initially about the nature of the virus and the genome that was communicated to scientists all around the world was brilliant and very very rapid Chinese however are struggling given the nature of their healthcare system and how they work within their government to contain this epidemic it's been great that the invitations of the World Health Organization and the CDC have now been accepted they will send teams to China to collaborate with colleagues there to get a handle on this outbreak steers and I'd like you to do for the next minute or so doctor I'd like you to address not the average American but the average American hypochondria well what would you tell that person well I I would say look take a deep breath step back a bit first of all be reassured that all of us who are responsible for this all have the top of the mind and we're working very closely together and then if you like comparisons think about the virus that's out there now in every state making people sick sending them to the hospital and causing deaths many fold larger in the United States it's called influenza it's an old friend it's an old enemy but we're used to it so that familiarity if it doesn't breed contempt at least breeds a certain nonchalance but your chance of getting seriously ill formed flu is much higher than from the corona virus at present so tickled breath and be reassured that we are all working on this very hard to prevent an outbreak in the United States are we ready though for something big let's say this one gets squashed but there has to be either pandemic at some point I mean people are selling books of there's a Netflix show about this it seems very very timely and everyone's like this is going to happen some day will it will happen some day we don't know when it will happen and we're much better prepared than we were ten to fifteen years ago scientifically and administratively organizationally are we ever going to be perfectly prepared no but we're much better able to respond think how quickly this virus was identified the genome determined and now there are people all over the world collaborating on developing a vaccine that won't help in the next month or so but down the road it will be great to have a vaccine in hand so let me ask you a personal question I guess you know more than than I know and Mike knows and probably a lot of the people who are listening to this program know about this do you personally I don't mean on a scientific Sir curiosity level if you're concerned about this I'm I'm sure you are at that level are you personally concerned for you your family trolls I am not at all concerned about myself and my family my neighbors and friends here in Nashville I am scientifically fascinated and concerned for the phenomenon that's going on in China and how quickly we can get it under control but personally no not at all Dr William Schaffner professor of preventive medicine infectious diseases Vanderbilt University school of medicine has worked at the

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CDC reports high levels of flu activity in 25 states

The Frame

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

CDC reports high levels of flu activity in 25 states

"The flu is in full swing just in time for the holidays the CDC estimates that four point six million Americans have had the flu so far this season and it's not over yet NPR Sydney what can reports twenty five states are now experiencing high flu activity according to the centers for disease control and prevention estimates that there have been thirty nine thousand hospitalizations from the flu so far the rate of hospitalization is similar to previously seasons this flu season is still gaining steam according to Dr William Shatner with Vanderbilt University Medical Center it'll likely will be within the month and then in several weeks we might see it recede no of course who was fickle meaning it can be unpredictable last year there were two peaks one for each dominant strain of the virus public health experts say it's not too late to get a flu

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CDC reports 67 cases of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

CDC reports 67 cases of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce

"Turnover people eating each call I contaminated romaine lettuce continues to grow the centers for disease control issue to food safety alert reporting twenty seven more cases this week of the nearly seventy cases thirty nine had to be hospitalized the call I can be very serious infectious disease expert Dr William Shatner and Vanderbilt says young children and the elderly are most at risk the CDC reports sixty seven people have been sickened in nineteen

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"An all news one zero six nine. And AM. Seven forty KCBS KCBS news time six twenty one. The evola outbreak in the Congo, which has spilled into Uganda. This week has the World Health Organization on alert. The outbreak is the second deadliest in history, and has killed more than fourteen hundred people since last August. However, a committee of experts with the WHO say that the outbreak is a health emergency in the Congo, but it doesn't yet meet the criteria for the declaration of a global one. We're gonna talk more about it. We're gonna turn to the KCBS ring central Newsline, and speak with Dr William Shatner, a professor of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University. Dr thank you very much for talking to us tonight. Good to be with you. Tell us a little bit more about what triggers the declaration of a global emergency are there, set standards. There are standards of course, they have to be evaluated by the experts. It has to do with the propensity of this infection to spread beyond the borders of the Congo and nearby. Uganda. Spread throughout the world, and my fingers across because fortunately over the about ten months of this outbreak. There's been no transmission of this infection to western Europe Canada, the United States or other parts of the world. So so far, we can deal with it locally without making it a global emergency shelter, or are there breakthroughs in, in terms of dealing with the bullet that we, it's been a while, since we've talked about just how deadly this disease, and how difficult it is to stop its spread and so forth. Have there been developments advancements since the last time we were talking about this? You bet. The important thing is that there is now a vaccine, and that vaccine is being deployed in the Congo, it's given I, of course, to healthcare providers and then it's being given around cases and it has clearly. Inhibited, the spread of this virus, not enough. Because the virus continues to spread particularly in rural areas and the local populace you know, there's a fair amount of turbulence, they're still does not entirely trust healthcare providers. They're not bringing their sick relatives into the hospital for care. And on the care side, we're doing a better job of treating patients so that they can survive the infection. What does the declaration of a global emergency do? And why not why would some people in the country, not want it declared him? So what it does is put all kinds of constraints on travel, commerce and other things in the country and the countries around the Congo. And that makes it much more difficult to get people in and out get the medical teams in and out. And you interrupt commerce and the entire way of life. So you start to have an adverse economic impact on the very population. You're trying to help Dr shafter, always great to chat with you. We appreciate your time, very much Dr William Shatner is professor of infectious diseases at Vanderbilt University. On Wall Street stocks closed the day lower Jason Brooks is at the super micro Intel, money desk, semiconductor, stocks took out the tech sector today after broadcom cut its full your.

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San Mateo, San Francisco International Airport And Measles discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

San Mateo, San Francisco International Airport And Measles discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"Will a new report suggests that the threat of contracting measles is greatest in regions with international airports regions, like San Mateo county KCBS Keith Makoni reports from San Francisco International airport on what puts the entire bay area at increased risk for the measles airport is a gateway to the world, but it's also a vector for infectious disease. That's a finding highlighted by study published in the journal Lancet infectious diseases, which places San Mateo as the eighteenth most at risk county in the nation. Dr William Shatner who teaches medicine at Vanderbilt University says the findings come as no surprise to him. Needs to be imported into the United States from other parts of the world. Of course, where they're still having these bills and cities with large international airports are going to be at risk chapter says the way to prevent needles during travel is to get vaccinated, and that's important not just for your own health. But also for those around you who might be at greater risk from infection bike, Kate, for example, who's traveling from as if oh to Singapore with her baby. She says the measles news is concerning to her.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on Here & Now

"I mean, it is kind of what it heard to me just the tone of voice that he was using makes me wonder, if Democrats are sort of walking down a path that they're not able to bring themselves back from you know, like because they're so angry that they they don't they can't help it. Well, I think it's more that President Trump might be pushing them down a path, and they didn't actually wanna take meaning every step of the way they're moving away from impeachment SP. Speaker Pelosi says we don't wanna go there yet the president keeps forcing their hand. And almost testing them to say are you going to do it? And I think that's part of what you're hearing from Nadler. So Republicans are saying this whole molar investigation is over the Democrats clearly not ready to move on house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi today, even accused bar of lying to congress. So the rhetoric is ramping up almost by a on a daily basis who do you think the American people will ultimately side with here. Well, I don't know. I mean, the American people have not sided with President Trump only in how we see national approval polls on the other hand support at this point for impeachment still remains pretty low. It's a process, you know, it can change if the Democrats go down that route public opinion might shift. So I think it's very hard to predict the public doesn't know a lot of this. They don't even know what's in the report. So in some ways imagining how they'd respond to this. This is premature because they haven't seen hearings. They haven't seen all the information. So it's a lot of speculation. All right, Julian Zelezny, professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University. Thanks as always, thanks for having me. Well, a cruise ship off the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia remains under quarantine after someone on board contracted the measles. It's unclear what happens next for the three hundred people on the ship. But in the midst of this ongoing global measles outbreak. There have been a lot of questions about who may need a measles booster shot. Joining us now is Dr William Shatner, professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Welcome back to here. Now good to be with your Jeremy. And I have to say every time I hear another story about another piece of this measles outbreak. I wonder about all of the people in this country who may have been vaccinated so long ago that they don't even know what the status of their own vaccination is I have to say, I texted my mom. And said, by the way, we were vaccinated for measles fort. We she said, yes, yes. You were. But at what point do kids get vaccinated for this? And how long does the vaccination last will children's start could be vaccinated either a twelve or fifteen months of age. And then they get a second dose usually at age four five or six somewhere in there. Fortunately, the protection from the vaccine is life long for ninety seven percent of us. So that's really an excellent vaccine. So there's no booster shot needed as an adult. There's no booster shot needed for an adult. Now that said if you're an adult who is vaccinated before nine thousand nine hundred nine and you're going to an area of the world where there's ongoing measles transmission. You might want to review your status to make sure you got vaccinated. And if there's any insecurity. Just get another dose of MMR to be sure. Now, there's another piece of this too. Because we just spoke with the director of the CDC last week. Dr Robert Redfield who laid out two categories of older adults who may have different immunities to measles. Here is those of us that were born before nineteen fifty seven are really assumed of had wild type, measles and our immune for life. There is a small group that were vaccinated between nineteen sixty three and nineteen sixty seven that may have received a killed vaccine, which is not as efficacious..

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Trista field tells CBS news. He was in the classroom believes the shooter set with the other students for ten minutes before opening fire. Without warning knowing nothing ringing out he says as many as fifty students tried to exit through one of the rooms two doors flu panic a chair Phil in front door. So people are tripping over that like. People fell down like water to funnel. But the gunman is now in custody. He was disarmed by campus. Police officers who entered the building responding to an emergency call yesterday by the wolf is the last day of school on campus. A california. Couple pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges as part of a plea deal today in the college cheating scandal Bersin davina Isaacson appeared in court in Boston there, the first parents in the scandal to actually plead guilty in court doesn't other parents, including actress, Felicity Huffman have signed plea deals, but they're still waiting for court dates twelve thirty four measles cases. Have now been reported in twenty two states and some adults are now wondering if the shots they got years ago or still good or if they need a booster. It's reasonable to get the shot if you plan to travel, the Israel, Brazil, Japan, the Philippines, and some countries in Europe and Africa where measles is now. Wide spread says, Dr William Shatner, a vaccine expert at Vanderbilt University medical school. They should go ahead and talk to their healthcare provider, particularly if they're in two groups if they're going to be traveling internationally to any place where there's a. Big measles outbreak, in of course, here in the US if they're living in and around a place where they're currently having a measles outbreak. If you got the vaccine in the early to mid sixties when it was not as effective.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Occurred in people who had been previously vaccinated for more. We're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline. By Dr William Shatner, professor of preventative medicine at Vanderbilt University. Dr shafter, I don't know where my childhood vaccination records are I know if I need to get revenge donated. Well, Susan, many of us couldn't find our pediatric vaccination records. And the only thing we need to focus on is are we high risk adults. Are we going to travel internationally to countries where there is measles? Or are we living now in a community where measles here in the United States is being transmitted? And if you're concerned in and you're in one of those two categories just go to your healthcare provider or to your pharmacist roll up your sleeve and get a dose of vaccine. Don't make an operatic. Okay. So people are going to ask right away. Do I have any concerns about having had a vaccination then get another one? Is this something you can get three or two of and run into trouble. And so on. Yeah. Good. Question stamp. Thanks for asking. Because there is no downside risk. Whether you have been vaccinated before or not the M our vaccine, that's the one that contains the measles vaccine is safe and wonderfully effective, by the way, I should point out of Holly coir colleague on her day off is just texted. How they never really takes a day off to say she's going to get a measles booster during the doctor said Chile had five doses left people apparently are clamoring for these will go out and find them because the measles vaccine is out there. And if you have any concern about your protection, go ahead and get vaccinate. You know, some childhood illnesses can affect adults a lot more strongly is a measles. And example of that. Absolutely. Susan people who get measles win. They're older or more likely to get the complications, particularly pneumonia. And then that inflammation of the brain substance, which we call encephalitis so both severe. Complications. So if you're in a community where there is ongoing transmission of measles, or you're traveling to a country where measles is out there. Either check your records or just get a shot. Let me flip that question about being older around to the reality for a lot of older Americans. Susan, I'm sorry to say you might be in that category. South nothing wrong with it, of course. But we had measles as kids. Do we need to worry about a vaccination? Do we have lifetime immunity? You have lifetime protection. If you've had the real measles. That's something. You don't have to worry about that's wonderfully. Well established. Okay. But now, you sorta said the real measles. Are there other illnesses that our parents might have thought were measles or that we might have incorrectly? Understood from mama debt will if your own memory is kind of a and if your mom and dad, don't remember. But I'm sure they would if they were still around, but you probably can't get your pediatricians records if you're fuzzy about that. But if you were born before nineteen fifty seven the chances are very very good that you experience what we call. Wild measles or real measles. And measles are not the mumps two different things. Right. Completely different. Right. Measles gives you. A rash? Mumps gets you that swelling on your face. So many kids these days, we'll never know the joys of those. And that's good thing. Thank you for the time this morning, Dr William shafter, professor preventive medicine Vanderbilt.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The important thing is not do we get it this week or next week? The important thing is what we get. We are demanding we have a right to Congress's right to the entire report with no reductions whatsoever. Democrat congressman House Judiciary chair Jerry Nadler also on CBS face the nation, President Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani. No reason why rod Rosenstein would sign his name to something that says they found no evidence of collusion. No evidence of obstruction. They couldn't reach a conclusion on obstruction. So then Rosenstein bar did Noah structure. I guarantee you except for little quibbles. I'm not worried about the report at all. There's no way those two good lawyers would have written that letter. If there's any issue. It's a killer a germ that circling the globe, infecting people with compromised immune systems and killing them, Dr William Shatner, infectious disease, specialist Vanderbilt medical center. Thing about Canada Horace is that it can terminate the environment and thus linger in for example, a hospital circumstance for some time being transmitted to subsequent patients and its treatment is very challenging because it's much more resistance to the usual anti-fungal drugs that we have available in New York hospital forced to replace ceiling and floor tiles in room where a patient was treated and died somber commemorations in Rwanda today marking the genocide of twenty five years ago a tenth of the population. There murdered BBC correspondent, Charlotte Gallagher. Eva one hundred days in nineteen ninety eight hundred thousand men women and children were met many by militias armed with machetes. The majority of.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Got a cold two weeks ago last Wednesday this Wednesday. So it's been almost two weeks. And and this time last week. I just I just felt like garbage. And I still am just dead tired. Most of the day just sucks the energy right out of you. Lot of people have this. Called. I knew it wasn't the flu. I was at the doctor's office the day. I knew I was getting it. And the cold or the flu I can just feel it back there. And he said, well, you'll know by tomorrow, and it kind of eased in so I knew it was a cold. It's that time of year when the cost of a co worker just across the the office can is enough to send you run into a wash your hands or asked to work from home. But if you ever have you ever thought yourself, how close can you get to somebody who is contagious with the virus and still be safe? Now was I don't remember what the what we just read a statistic like last week that a sneeze. Thirty six miles an hour or some some stupid like that. Anyway, the according to the CDC a person with the flu can infect anyone within a six foot radius. The organization says most experts think that the flu virus spreads mainly by droplets. Made when people with flu cough, sneeze talk. I'm seeing more and more people wearing these like, surgical masks. In fact, when I went to the doctor's office. They've got a box of them sitting there at check in that says if you're coughing or sneezing, please wear these. I don't know how you are. How do you work in a doctor's facility or a critical care or even a pharmacy and not be sick all of the time? These droplets can land in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby or possibly be inhaled into the lugs and less often a person might get flu by touching a surface or an object that has a flu virus on it. And then touching their own mouth or nose or possibly there is this flu specialists by the name of Dr William Shatner. Ads. And you could be sick for up to two whole days before symptoms actually start. The CDC says the best thing you can do to prevent yourself from getting the flu. Is to get your flu shot. Yeah. So there we go again. Who's getting the flu shot? If you ask ten people, it's about a fifty fifty split, isn't it? It's not scientific, but. There's a. Mcgill university. Researchers from university. Just released poll that says scientists prove that men are more sensitive to pain than women. You think men are more afraid or shots than women? Maybe afraid it's not the right word. But it yet does probably does come down to that. Do you think don't you think that part of the stigma of not getting a flu shot is people? Don't want to shot volunteering for the shot is kind of like saying, hey, do me a favor punch me in the nose. Punch me in the arm. I wanna make sure my arm sore for the next couple of days. Men and women experience a lot of things differently including pain, and according to researchers from university who did a study on mice and then again on humans forty one men and thirty eight women ages eighteen to forty took part. Researchers subjected the humans do a certain amount of pain in their arms, and then the next day and repeated the pain inflicting process, and when they were taken back into the same room as the first day men raided the pain as being more painful than they did the day before. And they also rated it as being more painful than women did. Researcher guy by the name of Jeffrey mogul says we believe the mice and the men of mice and men. We're anticipating the pain and for males the stress of that anticipation caused greater pain sensitivity. There was some reason to expect that we would see an increased sensitivity to pay on the second day. But there was no reason to expect it would be specific to males. But they essentially think they have proven that men are more sensitive to pain than women. Women. I think are more prone to go to the doctor because they have to per se. And they're subjected to things that guy is going to sit there. Go through what a woman has to go through at a doctor. And so Consequently, I I'm not so sure that women don't get to some extent somewhat immune to the process or accepting of the process because it's.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"One. Oh, six nine AM seven forty KCBS at six twenty one. We have more news flu season may be less severe than last year, but do not get complacent as KCBS reporter, Holly, Quantel Stanislas county. Health officials are reporting the death of a child from flu, and they're urging parents to get their kids vaccinated eighty thousand people died in the US last year because of the flu hospitals were inundated this year, the H one n one strain is less virulent, but it seems to affect children more than adults each year. We find children. Dying of influenza. The majority of them are healthy children with no underlying illnesses. Dr William Shatner is an infectious disease specialists and Vanderbilt the different strains are first of all of them, selves, some more virulent that is more fierce than others and then based on past history of influenza because we build up a degree of protection, sometimes some strain strike one element of the population more than others, which means that parents should get their kids to the doctor or the pharmacist vaccine is not perfect, but it is still the single best protection against flu officials didn't reveal how old the child was or where he or she lived. But said the depth came within the last two weeks, all Liqun KCBS. San Francisco today, kicked off its annual Christmas tree recycling campaign KCBS as Bob Butler reports residents are urged to put trees out with their recycling beginning January second, this is San Francisco. Thirty second year of the recycling program. Public works director Mohammad news have before this program. Trees would be discarded any number of ways most of them bad with a windy city. Three roll down the hill or ended up in the wrong place. It can clog some catch basins in some cases, some people, you know. Used to start fires and things of the right thing.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Have not been in a stolen car. The driver could not have taken officers on a high speed pursuit. The driver could not have then tried to ram officers and put officers lives at risk. Vasquez's family is at the headquarters as well. They're holding their own press conference right now, they're saying they feel the use of force was unjustified. And they're calling for an independent investigation in San Jose. Keith men Coney KCBS fake, Akiva, authorities in Stanislaw county say a suspect who killed a Newman police officer this week is an immigrant who is in this country illegally. Thirty-three-year-old corporal rule. Neil sing was killed during a gunfight erupted following a traffic stop early yesterday morning during a tearful press conference this morning Newman police chief Randy Richardson, says sing better known around. The twelfth person department is Ron joined the force in twenty eleven I did not know Christmas morning. Clock in the morning when I said goodbye to him. And sent him off to his family would be the last time. That I saw. My department is hurting Richardson says it sings killer is at large, but he hopes that the suspect turns himself in President Trump. Meanwhile, has taken to Twitter to comment on the slaying of a Newman police officer saying that now that the man hunt is on for a suspect in this case, it is time to get tough on border security and build a border wall. Stay with KCBS. We'll get an update on this story coming up to twenty and Alameda County. Superior Court Judge has suspended criminal proceedings against the man charged with fatally stabbing eighteen-year-old NIA Wilson at the MacArthur Bart station in July judge James Kramer, says there is substantial evidence that twenty eight year old John Lee cowl is mentally incompetent to stand trial. And that the court will appoint two psychiatrists who examined cowl and submit reports on their findings in February Cal is charged with murder and attempted murder in the stabbing a Wilson. Enter twenty six year old sister Latifah on July twenty second he could face the death penalty if convicted overseers flu season may be less severe than last year, but don't get complacent. Ask KCBS reported Hollick one explains Stanislas county health officials are reporting the death of a child due to flu inter urging parents to get their kids vaccinated eighty thousand people died in the US last year because of the flu hospitals were inundated this year, the H one n one strain is less virulent, but it seems to affect children more than adults each year. We find children dying of influenza. The majority of them are healthy children with no underlying illnesses. Dr William Shatner is an infectious disease specialists and Vanderbilt the different strains are first of all in another them, selves, some more virulent that is more fierce than others and then based on past history of influenza because we build up a degree of protection, sometimes some strain strike one element of the population more than others, which means that parents should give their kids to the doctor or the pharmacist vaccine is not perfect. But it is still the same. Single best protection against flu officials didn't reveal how old the child was or where he or she lived. But said the death came within the last two weeks all KCBS. Your.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Eleven ten ninety nine three WBZ with traffic. Here's might do. We are seeing delays on forty five out or to join up with eighty five southbound ramp, although the wreck has been moved out of the way, it's still very sluggish approaching this area tie villa in old Pineville road. You've got that accident still working through the intersection Albemarle road and farm pond lane. You've still got a stalled vehicle there. Little block Elena traffic and wish creek road eighty five looks like that accident near the intersection as you slow as well. I'm Michael WBZ traffic centers for disease control saying this morning. Don't eat the romaine it's making people sick. An outbreak of E. Coli contamination is linked to the lettuce CDC recommending. If you have it throw it out went through my fridge because I had just come to this Harris teeter, actually. Bought some greens for salads at home and realize add sm- remain that needed to be thrown away. Thirty two people in eleven different states have been infected with a strain of E coli. Doctors say it could be a serious one. Vanderbilt university's Dr William Shatner, it can make you very sick. Not only does it produce a diarrheal disease, but it can produce a toxin a poison that involves the kidneys. So you can get subsequent kidney failure. You alert is for everyone. Not just consumers restaurants and retailers are supposed to stop stealing romaine. None of the cases so far north or South Carolina two weeks after the midterms the last legislative race in North Carolina. It's been called democrat Rachel hunt. The winner in house district went oh three over longtime incumbent Republican Representative Bill Brawley. Recount Brawley had asked for was conducted yesterday and Mecklenburg. Elections officials declared hunt the winner by sixty eight votes signs of the season showing up in uptown last night. They threw the switch to the Carolina Panthers.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Are making a choice to get the child vaccinated reported hearing more positive than negative comments by a margin of about four to one. Yeah, I adopted her. I'm not gonna say what lose their licence. But usually that's not really, you know, that's kind of taboo for a medical provider till? I hate the word this but to insult. Criticize the flu vaccine. Industry. It's kind of a bad thing. If I did that. Oh my God. I'm already in fear of being stripped of my PMS privileges now because of you know. All the stuff. I say imagine. If I bring up the flu shots, no way. No way. So. Apparently during the last season on Sunday nine children died. No joke. Scary stuff hundreds hospitalized flu related illnesses. According to the CDC, they reported eighty percent of the children. Who died were unvaccinated now last season fifty seven point nine percent of children between the ages of six months in seventeen years for C? Flu vaccines that was less than the year before why that's our fault. That's the media's fault. We were telling everybody. Oh, the flu shots not that effective this year. Yeah. It's only eighty sixty percent effective. Shot Terrence away with what the heck am I doing to my baby? That's a problem. Maybe we need to shut the hell up in the media. Because what if your baby would benefit? If it was sixteen percent, effective. Know for sure. One hundred percents certainty that something that is only eighty four percent effective. I mean, how do they know that? So approximately one hundred fifty five point three billion doses of flu vaccine were distributed to people of all ages last season. Dr William Shatner, not not no no Star Trek here and infectious disease specialist at the Vanderbilt University school of medicine. Said we don't give the flu vaccine the credit. It deserves agree. The vet seems not perfect. He says, none of us believe it is. But it's the best thing we have for preventing influenza. And even if it doesn't prevent the eldest this very important it tends to make the illness. Milder exactly if it boost your immune system. You might be just that little boost you need and the difference between life and death or you getting sick, very very, severely or not. There's some of the reasons parents give for not vaccinated children, including too busy, not getting strong recommendations for their medical providers. Oh, come on. Parents really. Please blame us your their parents. You know about vaccines. You know? And the poll the top three reasons parents said if not getting vaccinated was they were concerned about side effects that it doesn't work very well. And that the curly healthy child need not be vaccinated. So. This is a tricky subject. Okay. Because. Have the right to do what's best for their child? But then sometimes you have stupid out there. And so who takes over or do we not take over the this is something that's that's very controversial. And I definitely see both sides of it. You know? We don't want the government taking your healthy child. And injecting something into it into your child when there is a show one percent chance of there being a side effect. And we don't wanna live in a society that does that that will take your kid away and inject them. This is your baby. And it doesn't matter. How we've progress in society, mama bear, you know, we'll come out. You don't touch my baby on the flip side, though. There are some things that we may know more than you. And if flu kills and we feed the flu shot can help your child. We are going to encourage and recommend it. Now, we've been fine roughly with okay, you want to get your kids vaccinated get your kid vaccinated. If you don't you don't that's all been finding Danny until we've gotten up to the subject of schools and Wien and being allowed to enter school without be vaccinated because then the subject comes. Well, what about her immunity? We don't want you to put other kids at risk. So we want your kid vaccinated. So other kids don't get sick. This is not a very easy topic. It trust me. It is going to go all the way to the supreme court later because you have some parents that claim a really believed that there are side effects to these vaccines, and again, nothing is perfect. I mean, no, scientists will say there one hundred percent wrong because there are there is always that, you know, distant percentage.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Seven. It was one hundred years ago World War One was just a couple of weeks from being over but just as the world starter debris the little easier. It suddenly seemed dangerous to breathe at all a third of the world's population about five hundred million people came down with the so-called Spanish flu that winter. According to the centers for disease control and prevention, at least fifty million people were killed. The United States got off comparatively easy, but still nearly seven hundred thousand Americans died of the flu that year. It's a reminder, why public health experts fear the flu and say that the rest of us should give it a little more respect. Hilarity breeds indifference at the very least and people just talk about the flu very casually and kind of throw it off. That's Dr William Shatner, professor of preventive medicine and infectious diseases at the Vanderbilt University school of medicine last year was really an horrific year. We had a terribly bad virus, we have a growing older population in the United States and that the population that the virus has its greatest effect upon in terms of producing complications and hospitalizations and debts and even today, I think the average person technologists flu, but doesn't consider it that seriously. The flu is a big deal. And I talked to a lot of patients and families that say the same exact thing you said while the flu is not a. Big deal. I've had the flu before the flu. Oh, isn't it? Just like the cold. And I tell them that. Well, the flu is a little bit more serious. It's more serious illness than just a common cold, Dr Jean more. Johnny is a pediatric hospitalised at Arnold. Palmer children's hospital in Orlando, Florida. The problem with the flu is that. There are people that can have flu related complications. And these aren't people that have multiple medical problems. There are perfectly healthy people that can have really bad complications such as pneumonia, which is a lung infection from the flu last flu season about eighty thousand people in the United States died of the flu. And it's complications. That's twice the number that died in car crashes, and while some groups are at high risk, even the young healthy and strong can be laid low for a week or so or even worse. Very young children are at high risk of complications women. Who are pregnant are at high risk of complications their rates of complications. When they get flu approximate that of seniors last year in particular young adults adults younger than age sixty five were also seriously affected. And then of course, there's the traditional older group. But even if you are a twenty two year-old Olympic.

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Dr William Shatner and Professor discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Dr William Shatner and Professor discussed on 24 Hour News

"Workers who are going in and trying to help these desperately sick people. Yeah. Because often they're the ones who end up turning around getting very sick after they've been handling these these six, folks. That's was a huge problem in the west African outbreak of couple of years ago. And now that we have this vaccine. Health care workers are protected and using obviously the appropriate infection control equipment, and and and procedures with the vaccine healthcare workers are now in a safer space as they try to do their humanitarian work, we've got to go, but why just children and health workers? Why not everybody getting the vaccine there's just a limited amount of vaccine available, and they're trying to get out and first of all do the healthcare workers because they're providing the care and then the children so parents they're want their children protected. I think Dr William Shatner, a professor of preventative medicine at

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thursday, sunny, brisk and chilly once again with a high of just fifty two degrees. Friday, lots of sunshine, still cool though with a high of fifty eight degrees. The debate over flu vaccinations for children is heating up again. After the first report of a child dying from the virus this season more. Now from our Dr Tarun rule on the pediatric death in Florida was an unvaccinated child with no known underlying medical conditions. This comes as a new national survey shows, some parents don't see the benefits of the flu vaccine, it found more than half believe that their children can actually contract the flu vaccine and a third believed the shot does not protect their kids from the flu at all. In addition Twenty-eight percent believe that it can cause autism infectious disease specialist, Dr William Shatner, every pediatrician family doctor has to be out there convincing all of us that flu which is so common. And so we're kind of indifferent to it is really a very fierce virus. This CDC is urging everyone older than six months to get vaccinated now flu activity off. Often begins to increase in October. So they expect to see an influx of cases in the coming weeks. We cannot rely on the flu virus to be predictable its fickle. It could turn into a hullabaloo in no time at all. Of the one hundred eighty three kids who died from the flu last season. Eighty percent were unvaccinated parents can opt for the nasal miss this year. And even if the flu vaccine is not a perfect match for the strain it decreases symptoms and severity. Okay. Taryn hirola. Thanks, very much still ahead.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Only going to go now through the next twenty four hours web snow in new england but for the most part we're not going to be seeing much even through the weekend there is a chance for some snow showers to be affecting parts of maine especially for tomorrow and all of new england into tomorrow night but we're not looking for any accumulation out of that the only places having accumulating snow for today and into tonight are going to be in the cascades down into the sierra for today and tonight as another storm is pushing onto the west coast this will be mainly rain for coastal areas but we'll give some accumulating snow in the mountains also the storm that came in linda over the last couple of days is pushing into the plains and it's also going to be developing into a stronger low as it moves across the plains today and into tonight that's going to have a swath of snow with it that in some cases is going to be very heavy we are already looking at the snow falling in parts of the plains we're looking for parts of eastern montana on over into the code is to see snow becoming more widespread as we go through the morning and that snow will last all day and into tonight these are the areas that are likely to pick up six to as much as twelve inches of snow out of this developing situation areas farther to the southeast where the snow won't kick in until later today or even tonight those areas are going to pick up lighter accumulations by tomorrow morning but even in some of those areas at least six inches of snow seems likely that's the nation's weather i'm accuweather dot com meteorologist heather zehr rumors of his death greatly exaggerated dr william shatner is calling out facebook over an ad that said he was dead shattner found out about his alleged death wednesday by a fan on twitter facebook has since removed that ad twenty three before the hour i'm john trout you're listening to america in the morning four teams have moved into the elite eight of the nc double a tournament that in.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The beckley infant younger than six months i saw family in the office yesterday they have a twomonthold with an older sibling who attends daycare parents had questions should we be limiting older siblings exposures because bbs too young to receive the vaccine and so we are concerned about members of our community who were either too young to receive the vaccine or if they have our condition asthma underlying chronic medical conditions that put them at greater risk of influenza that's part of why we promote herd immunity meaning the more of us who are protected the more we can do to protect those others don't you schelley slices a pediatrician in the chicago suburbs of bowling brooke in naperville dr fleece thank you so much for your time and we really appreciate it absolutely thank you thank you join me now from nashville tennessee is dr william shatner professor is preventitive medicine in the department of health policy at the vanderbilt university school of medicine he's also professor of medicine in the division of infectious diseases such let as your she schefter welcome back to one point always nice to have you good to be with you jane even though it's a tough subject it is it is and we just heard from dr place the pediatrician the good pediatrician their outside chicago she's talking about the kids talk about more broadly speaking who is this affecting so this h three n two virus this bad virus that's out there now effects not only young children but also leads to complications in older adults people who were age sixty five and older and those younger who have underlined diseases of the heart belongs who have diabetes asthma and women who are pregnant it's not as well known that women while pregnant if they get influenza have rates of complications pneumonia hospitalization that are comparable to people aged sixty five and older so this is a severe on the severe end of the spectrum flu season because of this nasty by and so what makes this particular.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"October inside a holiday an indoor chester for others are charged with murder federal officials say the flu is on the rise it might be time to see the doctor physicians say get a flu shot now infectious disease expert dr william shatner of vanderbilt university in tennessee article protection is better than no protection at all remember that old french philosopher voltaire told us waiting for perfection is the great enemy of the current good the vaccine we have today is the best that medical research can provide us today researchers say this year's flu vaccine appears to have only limited effectiveness dave schreiber abc news police in new hampshire report a state trooper fatally shot a man in a field in canaan that 630 last night the officer was placed on administrative leave pending an investigation gatien next week an autopsy is scheduled for today to firefighter suffered minor injuries battling a threealarm fire at a school in lawrence fire broke out just after 500 pm at the john are rollins early childhood center on howard street the fire station is across the street so firefighters were able to respond immediately when they saw flames coming from the roof crews from several communities assisted the building dates back to eighteen 92 noone was inside at the time in california governor jerry brown was among hundreds of mourners at the funeral for the firefighter killed while battling the thomas fire in southern california cbs andrea fuji with more they celebrated the life of cory iverson the 32yearold died while battling the thomas fire my sweet husband left this is not just a hero but in my eyes he left us as a superhero to you to make you proud i will see you soon my sweet husband my left iverson leaves behind his pregnant wife and their twoyearold daughter our recent died of burns and smoke inhalation on december 14th more than one hundred twenty people have died another one hundred sixty are missing after a deadly storm in the philippines that caused landslides and flash floods tropical storm ten been turned into a typhoon pervert moved into the south china sea thousands were forced to flee to emergency shelters hundreds of passengers were stranded at airports and seaports also in the philippines one person is dead thirtysix others feared dead in a maul fire the 36 are trapped inside.

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"dr william shatner" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"dr william shatner" Discussed on WTMA

"Get fluids yod's who once again in you as health officials worry about this flu season they say could be a bad one among the reasons officials are worried is that the southern hemisphere especially australia was hit hard over the last few months with the flu strain that is known for causing severe illness especially in the elderly and here in the us small clusters of that socalled each three into flew are already popping up dr william shatner of vanderbilt university and the national foundation for infectious diseases caused that flu strain quote the bad actor to cdc says there is a chance the flu season in the us could be similar to australia's but health officials stress they can't be sure but they are urging people to get those flu vaccinations i'm john stolnis send a house majority whip steve scalise got a hero's welcome yesterday on capitol hill he was critically wounded in june when a gunman opened fire and i congressional baseball practice in northern virginia when i was laying they're not long after the first couple of shots were fired i could hear a different calibre weapon in that told me that they had immediately engage the shooter and let me tell you if dated knack so quickly in even after being shot both themselves continue to engage the shooter and ultimately got him down which not only saved my life but saved the life of a lot of other people that are here in this chamber today and speaking of saving lives tomorrow at riverfront park in north charleston the american heart association holds its heart walk the event grows bigger every year as thousands walk to raise money for more research into better hard cures.

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