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Bridging the communication gap with Gina LaBorde

WazaMedia Podcast

02:16 min | Last month

Bridging the communication gap with Gina LaBorde

"Welcome back to another episode of the wasn media podcast. My name is jr. I am the ceo of this awesome company. And i'm here today. excited to talk with jean laborde. Gina thank you for being on the show today. Jr thank you and we have a former guest of the show. Daisy daisy shoe To thank for connecting us together. So thank you dr xu thank you daisy For bringing us together. Thank you days so gina for our audience. That doesn't know you We want to with all of our guests. We like to ask our audience To tell a little bit of the story. Because i was immediately we believe in the power of storytelling. Everyone has a great story to tell. And i'm sure you have a great story to tell and also about your organization which will get back We'll get to a little bit later. But i can. We hear a little bit about your story. Sure i'm jean laborde. And i'm originally from louisiana where i happened to be right now and i have a background in design. Did some teaching of design and also worked for lsu medical school where did all the graphics for the whole university in Done some different marketing. Things did a. I worked for a marketing company. That promoted coca cola music festivals things like that grassroots marketing And then lsu moved to the department of biochemistry and former where. I helped develop in photoshop for scientists empowered winter side powerpoint scientists class. Then we had a little hurricane katrina than i was the director in baton rouge Exile baton rouge for low law for two publications two to five magazine which is a lifestyle magazine in the batteries business report so i was in new orleans. I did some work for spotify doing being campus ambassador and influence and also for a restaurant group. That susan spikes earned. We did some social media for food. And she's actually been character. Those based on the hbo series tra may she's the main shaft was based on

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"dr xu" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr xu" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that the spread of the corona virus in the United States is inevitable. That's the they used inevitable. The president held a press conference with experts present and said this could be too. I also I don't think it's inevitable. I don't think it's inevitable an hour before that. The latest case of Corona virus infection was reported in California. Cdc said it is quote the first case of a corona virus in a person who did not recently returned from foreign country or have contact with a confirmed case. According to a person briefed on the case sign the virus may be spreading in a local area and that same press conference tonight. The president gave the world the false hope of a vaccine being available fairly rapidly. The vaccine is coming along well and speaking to the doctors. We think this is something that we can develop fairly rapidly. Vaccine that provoked Dr Anthony. She wanted the director of the National Institute of Allergy Infectious Disease. You had to step up to the microphone and put a real time frame on a possible vaccine. I just want to give you a very quick update on the my name. Is Dr Tony Foul on the Director of the Nationalist Student Allergy and Infectious Diseases? That h just a very quick update on the countermeasure development in the form of vaccines and therapeutics. I had told this audience at a recent press briefing that we have a number of vaccine candidates and one prototype one to give you a feel for the timeframe of vaccine and what its impact might be now and in subsequent years is that I told you we would have a vaccine that we would be putting into trials. See it's safe. And if it induces a response that you would predict would be protective in about three months. I think it's going to be a little bit less than that. It's probably going to be closer to two months. That would then take about three months to determine if it's safe an agenda which gives us six months then you graduate from a trial which has as one of forty five people to a trial that involves hundreds if not low thousands of people to determine efficacy at the earliest and efficacy trial would take an additional six to eight months so although this is the fastest we have gone from a sequence of a virus to trial it still would not be any applicable to the epidemic. Unless we'd really wait about a year to a year and a half leading off our discussion tonight Ron Clain who was put in charge of the federal government's response to the ABOL virus by President Obama in twenty fourteen. Also joining US Laurie. Garrett Pulitzer Prize winning reporter covering Global Pandemics wrought Ron. I you and with both of you tonight. You're such experts on this subject. I don't pretend to be able to guide where you should be focusing on your reaction to what you saw at the White House tonight. And we're this we're we're this virus crisis is at this time boy saw the process. You mentioned lords contradict the nation's leading experts. Dr Chee Dr Xu cod. Who also from the Centers for Disease Control was there? Contradictive on the likelihood of this disease spreading United States contradict him on the pace of vaccine development contradict him on Donald. Trump is the past tense to describe. The virus threat really is in the future tents contradicted them contradict himself on the travel restrictions. You put in place misled the American people but the child route sixty put in place. You know. I think the vice president charge doesn't move the needle one way or the other. If the president's can tell you to reject scientific advice to contradict scientific advice and really focus I think singularly not on the safety and the health of the American people but I tried to talk the stock market back up. I think his strategy has been happy tweets to talk the market. Not really preparing our country to deal with this problem that we're going to face Laurie. The only thing I know that that I could tell America that it should do as completely ignore every word said by Donald Trump Listen to you and others which is why I played his full his response in full. What do you think America needs to know tonight? Well first of all the case then. California's very distressing because this is in a rural area an individual that never traveled. How did this person get infected? It implies that there are cases out there that we don't know about and it's really shocking. That only four hundred twenty six Americans have actually been tested for infection if you compare that to South Korea right now. They're over thirty five thousand people. They've tested in the more. They test the more cases they find that have no symptoms that were missed or mild symptoms. We don't really know what's going on in America at the moment. What we need at the helm somebody who gets that science. You know who understands the subtleties Ron Clean? Got The subtleties of Ebola. When he was in the White House and thank God. You were there run. But we're putting Mike Pence and charge. Let's not forget. This is the guy who has governor of Indiana said that because of his beliefs no one getting infected with HIV or to block infection with HIV should have access to sterile syringes right when the OPIOID crisis was exploding in Indiana and by estimates done by my dear friend grade at Yale University that caused two hundred and fifty unnecessary infections and people leaving into either hepatitis issue in Indiana because he was ideologically opposed to allowing them to have safe use of drugs or run. The president was asked tonight about why his budget proposal proposed a cut in CDC funding. And I'm going to short short and his answer for time. He basically said he didn't want to waste money there and that you could always just hire people when you needed them. When there was a crisis. Yeah so wrong. Wrong and wrong. Look I think that We made a lot of investments during the ball response not justifiable to prepare our country for the kind of situation. We're facing now a future epidemic threat and since he came to office. Donald trump wiped out the White House Office that was in charge of pandemic preparedness and response. He cut funding at Centers for Disease. Control to for this preparedness. He's tried to cut many times research at the NIH and again as you've noticed these his most recent budget submitted after this outbreak propose to cut the Centers for Disease Control again. He showed all the wrong instincts at every step of the way. And I think that's that's. That's that is very problematic here right as we need a president who's willing Lori said step up and to listen to the medical experts. I think that's the big problem we have here. Which is you know. Donald Trump doesn't need to be a medical expert. Mike Pence doesn't need to be medical expert. They need to listen to the experts as Lori said pence ignored scientific advice in the Scott County Indiana. Hiv epidemic on his watch and the question is will trump will listen to those experts now and this is not a partisan issue. Tony Chica. They've served democratic Republican presidents. This should be an issue of science and medicine that politics controlling the response. You know what I would add to that if you don't mind this we're at the easy stage right now. This is the easy stuff. Just wait when it starts to be human to human transmission clusters around America when you start to have healthcare workers I was. I've been reading this absolutely heart wrenching plea from the nurses in Wuhan China saying we wake up every day and stark terror. Were psychologically distressed. We can't help but cry day. After Day. We have a health workforce that is already too small. We need far more nurses and doctors than we have in America. The hard part is going to be when they are exhausted when this is going through the hallways of hospitals is Mike Pence. The Guy who understands how to lead US through that Laurie. Garrett run clan. We're going to need to hear from you. Virtually every night as this procedure really appreciate you joining US tonight. Then he's coming up with just two days left.

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"dr xu" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on KOMO

"To understand why Dr Xu crop metallic, hav is on one of lives. Highs this week. His job was to offer some perspective on the process of editing genes as a way to prevent disease and that perspective was published this week in nature medicine. People think that we shouldn't be doing genetic diseases genetic tool that we use today. Revelations of the world's first gene edited babies in China last year led to calls for a moratorium on all research. Along these lines. He says the research can help though it can lead to the prevention of inherited disease. We have thirty eight but complete denting, is that needs therapy will be I mean, you know. Delivered the debate of oakwood sometime yet as proud as he is of the perspective, he's trying to offer the researcher is beaming for a second reason, not only did he get published. But this work was completed with the help of his seventeen year old son. Paul. It was definitely learning curve, China understand all this complex terminology as he Paul was interning for his dad this year and actually helped write this paper, we decided to have you been the co-op cheap because he can do it so much in, in the writing. So at age seventeen he's published in a medical journal, has part of a dad and son research team. In case you're wondering Paul is headed off to Stanford to study medicine next year. Point the things I'd be like. Oh, wow. Like I made this announce this paper. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Walmart hopes to make the grade with some of its youngest, employee's ABC's. Daria Albinger, has the story. Walmart's expanding its debt free college benefits to employees who are in high school. It's going to offer free college SAT and ACT prep courses as well as several free, general education courses through an educational startup. The retail giant says it's necessary as it competes with other major employers in a competitive job market, WalMart, estimates about twenty five thousand of its employees are under the age of eighteen. Daria Albinger, ABC news. A North Carolina man is celebrating his huge Powerball jackpot win. Yep. Somebody got at Charles Jackson junior claimed his three hundred forty four million dollar prize today after picking all six numbers in last weekend's drying. So he's gonna take that lump sum option means he's only going to take home, two hundred and twenty three million bucks. He's not even sure what he's going to do with most of the prize. So he. Does plan on giving some away to charity? He's retired says he just found out about his big win this morning, and he's still in shock and he got the numbers from a fortune cookie and has been playing them for about two years now. Our address is one forty four th avenue the charity care of Rick van Cise. Guys, we all this is Julie. Hey calendar. What's my morning like Julie's about to have a long day? Soccer carpool, purchase card five dry cleaning. Did you just go backwards? I'm sorry. I can't that question into your schedule fifteen four days that won't end let schwann's help with swans. He can get.

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"dr xu" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on KOMO

"This is I health talk to Tom hutler and Shannon, Kelley welcome back. Our first guest today, Dr Jim shoot orthopedic surgeon for the polyclinic. We're talking about internal knee derangement. Yeah. That's right. That's exactly right. An internal drainage -ment is a global term for situations inside the knee. All right. Here's Dr shoe and Shannon. Oh, Kelly with a conversation about the money, Dr shoe, welcome to help talk. How are you today? I'm doing great. Thank you. Well, thank you for joining us. We're gonna talk about insurance arrangement Kennedy's knee problems. But before we start talking about internal drainage of the problem in the tar listeners about your practice your area of interest. I mean, how you got started in orthopedics and takes back tickets in the day in the life of Dr Xu. Yeah, I belong to a specialty. Call orthopedic surgery, where we treat the moving parts of the body muscles, tendons bones cartilage. Ligaments, and I got interested in it. Because I've always wanted to be an athlete, but have not had the chance to because I studied the violin. And my parents did not want me out there, injuring myself. So However, I really took an interest to wanting to help people get better and get more active. And so during my residency in orthopedic surgery, I developed an interest in orthopaedic sports medicine, where we see a lot of injuries that come from sports, obviously. But also from people who have work injuries and bike accidents, and such so you can be when you talk about sports medicine. Sports medicine is encompasses a lot of different in our world. Sports medicine is people that work at work their athletes are at work athletes, and they can enter their shoulders and knees, and that's you focus in is a lot of interest in extremities and sports medicine problems. Exactly. Yes. So the the common injuries and sports medicine would be for example, ligament injuries. We've all heard of them such as ACL tears and also rotator cuff tears of the shoulder and meniscus tears and such. So those are the types of conditions that I typically treat. And also the sports medicine field is very much in the forefront of treating things through minimally invasive techniques like with an arthroscope, we can treat repair reconstruct, multiple soft tissue injuries through very very small incisions, and usually that leads to faster recovery. It's amazing. Some of the technology that I've seen over the last thirty years is is really impressive. When you talk about minimally invasive procedures to the scope and the talk about recovery from a physical therapy standpoint. It's phenomenal. I mean, there is a lot less tissue disruption a lot less disruption of the tissue during surgery, so recovery is faster, but it does take biological time to heal tissue or there's some restrictions just with body hilly. Right. I think you're exactly right. That the principles of healing of the things that you're repairing are still the same is still takes care and attention and precaut-. Russians, and I'm a big believer in physical therapy. So I usually will rely upon. Physical therapy colleagues to help guide a patient through the months of rehab that is sometimes necessary. However, the minimally invasive techniques does do allow the patients to overcome the initial pain and less incision and less exposure, usually means not just less pain. But also less risk for complications. And people usually get back on their feet for basic activities a lot faster, right? Let's talk about the knee. Let's talk about what we're here to talk about today's what we term, internal derangement. And I'm going to set this up with the conversation that he just had last week with a friend of mine who is an active skier and last year during skiing. He tweaked his knee. That's how he described you. Call me up today and said, you know last year, I was skiing. I tweaked my knee. And it just hasn't really been the same. I said what are your symptoms? What's going on? You know, he's got a little clicking and popping. He's gets little swelling. He kind of feels a little bit of an unstable or instability when he planned. It's and rotates on that kind of sensation of locking or buckling. So I said, oh, you know, you better. Look have that looked at you may have what we describe an internal derangement. So I'm gonna let you tell our listeners as we start here, and we have a little bit of time left, but let's start with internal derangement. What is it internal derangement of the refers to conditions that are abnormal within the knee joint. This.

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"dr xu" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on KOMO

"Welcome back. Our first guest today. Dr Jim shoot orthopedic surgeon for the polyclinic. We're talking about internal knee derangement. Yeah. Internally term. That's right. That's exactly right. An internal drainage is a global term for situations inside the knee. All right. Here's Dr shoe and shadow Kelly with a conversation about thirty Dr shoe, welcome to help talk. How are you today? I'm doing great. Thank you. Well, thank you for joining us. We're gonna talk about insurance arrangement got Kennedy's knee problems. But before we start talking about internal derangement of the problem in the tar listeners about your practice your area of interest. I mean, how you got started in orthopedics and takes back tickets in the day in the life of Dr Xu. Yes, I belong to a specialty. Call orthopedic surgery, where we treat the moving parts of the body muscles, tendons bones, cartilage, ligaments, and I got interested in it. Because I've always wanted to be an athlete but have not. Had the chance to because I studied the violin. And my parents didn't want me out there injury myself. So However, I really took an interest to wanting to help people get better and get more active. And so during my residency in orthopedic surgery, I developed an interest in orthopaedic sports medicine, where we see a lot of injuries that come from sports, obviously. But also from people who have regular injuries and such as work injuries. And. Bike accidents, and such so he can be when you talk about sports medicine. Sports medicine is encompasses a lot of different in our world. Sports medicine is people that work at work their athletes are at work athletes, and they can injure their shoulders and knees, and that's their you focus in is a lot of interest in extremities and sports medicine problems. Exactly. Yeah. So the the common injuries in sports medicine would be for example, ligament injuries. We've all heard of them such as ACL tears and also rotator cuff tears of the shoulder and meniscus tears and such. So those are the types of conditions that I typically treat. And also the sports medicine field is very much in the forefront of treating things through minimally invasive techniques like with an Arthur scope, we can treat repair reconstruct multiple soft tissue injuries through very very small incisions and usually at least two faster recovery. It's amazing. Some of the technology that I've seen over the last thirty years is is really impressive. When you talk about minimally invasive procedures to the scope, and then you talk about recovery from a physical therapy standpoint. It's phenomenal. I mean, there is a lot less tissue disruption a lot less disruption of the tissue during surgery, so recovery is faster, but it does take biological time to heal tissue. So there's some restrictions just with body healing, right? I think you're exactly right. That the principles of healing of the things that you're repairing are still the same is still takes care and attention and precaut-. Russians, and I'm a big believer in physical therapy. So I usually will rely upon. Physical therapy colleagues to help guide the patient through the months of rehab that is sometimes necessary. However, the minimally invasive techniques does do allow the patients to overcome the initial paying and less incision and less exposure, usually means not just less pain. But also less risk for complications. And people usually get back on their feet for basic activities a lot faster, right? Let's talk about the knee. Let's talk about what we're here to talk about today's what we term, internal derangement. And I'm going to set this up with the conversation that he just had last week with a friend of mine who is an active skier and last year during skiing. He tweaked his knee. That's how he described you. Call me up today and said, you know last year, I was skiing. I tweaked my knee. And it just hasn't really been the same. I said what are your symptoms? What's going on? You know, he's got a little cliquey and poppy, and he's gets a little swelling. He kind of feels a little bit of unstable or instability when he plants and rotates on that kind of sensation of law keener buckling. So I said, oh, you know, you better look have have that looked at you may have what we describe an internal derangement. So I'm gonna let you tell our listeners as we start here, and we have a little bit of time left, but let's start with internal derangement. What is it internal derangement of the knee refers to conditions that are abnormal within the knee joint. This is different from.

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"dr xu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Chinese organ donation system and invites the audience to visit China, we did try to take him up on that offer. But reasons that may become obvious later in this program our interests as yet to be taken further before we get there, though. What's the contract with this liver surgeon? Gen Shu-chen is the local leader of normalization setup to persecute Falun Gong followers. But his work as published in a scientific journal live international, which is being the issue. So this paper reported on the outcomes of five hundred sixty four liver transplantations taken from what are called c d donors. These donors who have died after death declared on circulatory criteria. This is Wendy Rogers, professor of clinical ethics at MacQuarie university in Sydney, Australia, and they had done this research in between twenty ten and twenty forty eight. And they claimed that all of these donors were voluntary a pilot program for voluntary nations did start in twenty ten but there were only two thousand dollars during the whole of China from twenty seven to two thousand fourteen so for them to have five hundred and sixty four livers from that program. That would have meant that they got a quarter of all of the donations across China in. That period, except there's a further twist because only about a third of patients that die in that way. You can actually donate their livers because delivers get damaged during the process of dying. When the blood pressure is very low, and there's not much talk shit and getting to the organs so for all of those five hundred sixty four livers reported in the paper to have come from volunteer donors would have required that just about every single one of the voluntary donations across China in that period had gone to those authors. And we said that we didn't have direct proof. But it was just so unreasonable that they could have sourced five hundred sixty four differs from volunteers during that period. When there was only a pilot program that we asked the editor to take action because in the paper, they say that all of the organs were voluntarily donated. They do say that and it's my contention that is that's a false claim. And how did she respond to your criticism? Very short Email reiterated his. Claim they declared that all the organs were from donors after cardiac death, no organs from executed prisoners. And then they said that all transplants are registered at the China liver transplant registry. As if this was proof that they were somehow ethically. Procured that registries not open to independent or public scrutiny. So we couldn't tell whether the information now would actually verify their claim and also that register was established in two thousand and five at a time when all the organs by the Chinese own admission were sourced from prisoners. So it didn't seem a very useful piece of evidence to say that the transplants are registered. And then we enlisted the services of a Chinese-speaking researcher who actually looked into the hospital documents from JJ Yang province department of health to find out when the pilot program started their documents showed that the pilot program didn't start in showings own hospital. Title until late twenty eleven so his research program. Ran for eighteen months before there was even a pilot program at his hospital. And in fact, his hospitals only approved to use heart's not livers. So we've really felt that he had provided any proof at all. And then he and his colleagues adjust the claim that they would have needed three times as many donors to get the same number of lives because of the problem with the live is not being very viable after donations after circulatory death, and they claim that Chinese methods to its success rate of ninety percent for retrieval of livers rather than thirty percent. Which is the best practice in the rest of the world. And they gave a reference for that claim that we looked at that paper, which was in Chinese got it translated, and that paper was just a discussion article about how to do C D. And there was no evidence in that paper to show that the Chinese retrieval rates were ninety percent. So we felt that they're lesser in fact raised far more questions than it answered. And it certainly didn't amount to prove that they were not lying in every journal article. Then. So we thought we'd ask Dr Xu, Shannon. Yeah. Operations where did you control?.

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"dr xu" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Looking for so amazing so it's pretty died even further like when you say that you cold called did you google they like added a way out what kind of like what a position within the company how do you get the phone number we actually would bring a bag of sat this get in all car dr xu a grocery store and say to a cashier could we please speak to the manager and uh that's really the most effective way of doing it i mean i think yes really how we got off at nor i love this hour i've heard similar versions of this story a from other entrepreneurs and i think the reason why it's so effective is it so easy to just want to email or you know really take advantage of technology but they're setting the peace sad about old school just showing up in person with their samples that a lot of times can get you where you want to go so much faster they know when it comes to going to the next level one thing that you are considering and looking into is selling online can you tell me about that yes we really you know so many businesses so many startups now are subscriptionbased and subscriptionbased products are doing very well uh it's something that we're really interested in and looking at um it's a check alan jr for us because we have a frozen product so we have to deal with shipping frozen food and obviously we need to get that right so we have uh we've lined up some good connections i think and we are hoping to well we're looking at launching a subscription model and probably the next few months probably beginning of the year amazing reasonable so as you have done some research or what have you learned that you have to keep in mind if you're taking on this business model i think shipping is always a big concern for us because the product because perishable on but you know right amazon trash that all these companies out there now that ship food all day long and i think what is.

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"dr xu" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"You get the phone number we actually would bring a bag of sat let's get an all car dr xu a grocery store and say to a cashier could we please speak to the manager and that's really the most effective way of doing it i mean i think yes really how we got off at nor have i love this hour geno heard similar versions of this story from other entrepreneurs and i think the reason why it's so effective is it so easy to just want to email or you know really take advantage of technology but there's nothing to be sad about old school just showing up in person with their samples that a lot of times can get you where you want to go so much faster they know when it comes to going to the next level one thing that you are considering and looking into is selling online kay told me about that yes we really you know so many businesses so many startups now are subscriptionbased and subscriptionbased products are doing very well uh it's something that we are really interested in and looking at um it's a challenge for us because we have a frozen product so we have to deal with shipping frozen food and obviously we need to get that right so we have uh we've lined up some good connections i think then we are hoping to well we're looking at launching a subscription model and probably the next few months probably beginning of the year amazing reasonable so as you have done some research or what have you learned that you have to keep in mind if are taking on this business model i think shipping is always a big concern for us because the product because perishable on but you know right amazon trash that all these companies out there now that ship food all day long and i think what's important for us to fall is to find that leverage point who can we partnered up with uh that's going to help drive down those costs for us and for them on and you know how and also really logistically you know how would you be cheap products crash in transit on so i think this a twofinger hourly also um well luckily for me it's a lunch time a new guys brought lines so i cannot wait suit try.

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"dr xu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jio the news traffic weather and business reports this is wbz news radio 1030 serving boston had all of new england with abc news time is 12 nineteen we've got thirty two degrees and mostly clear skies in boston good afternoon i'm art cohen wbz news top stories now one man is dead another is recovering after an early morning shooting in lowell there's no word on a suspect the shooting happened on o'connell and face streets the middlesex the a's office says it's just beginning an investigation a massachusetts man is accused of crashing a stolen truck on purpose into a planned parenthood clinic in new jersey three people were hurt including a pregnant woman the suspect has been arrested a motive not been disclosed while president trump visits with victims of wednesday's florida school shooting some of the survivors are speaking out about gun control and the fbi is admitting it failed to investigator report in january that the accused shooter could be plotting something else health officials are trying to get the message out that a flu shot could make the difference between life and death that's the word from acting cdc director and shucair who urged americans to roll up their sleeves and get the vaccine all indications are that flew activity remains high and is likely to continue for several more weeks dr xu cats at three out of four children who died so far of the flu the season had not gotten shots she called these 63 reported child deaths devastating news adding the number is expected to rise federal health officials also released the results of a new study showing that this year's vaccine is 36 percent effective overall against influence a types a and b the maine republican party's executive director says he alone was responsible for running an anonymous website that published arctic goals democrats say slandered their unsuccessful local candidate the state ethics commission staff on friday said gop executive director jason savage denied using his party's resources to fund the main examiner website the staff said it will be up to commissioners to decide this thursday whether to open a formal investigation into whether the gop violated finance law a maryland firefighter won't be answering any nine one one calls after authorities say he's responsible for starting multiple fires some that put people's lives.

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"dr xu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Got thirty two degrees clear skies in boston good morning i'm art cohen our top stories now the national weather service issuing a winter storm warning for southeastern massachusetts all of rhode island and portions of northern connecticut one teenager is arrested and several others are being saad after police say they attacked the couple at their pizzeria in milton florida legislator say they are willing to approve funding to tear down the building where the shooting occurred on the high school campus and the public defender for the accused parkland florida school shooter says his client is willing to plead guilty in exchange for life in prison the nineteen year old is charged with seventeen counts of premeditated murder which carries as the death penalty in florida west virginia's governor declares a state of emergency for all 55 counties after heavy rain triggered flooding in multiple locations the rain is expected to continue through the weekend cbs's d k rights has more from wheeling give more up watching the water rise police chief sean schwarzenegger wishes they wouldn't obviously it's interesting and people want to see at first hand and i get that but it really does at some point get in the way of a mercy response so we would suggest that is away it won't be just an up and down invent it will stay above flood stage for twenty three hours they may have to temporarily close the island fire station after the water recedes cleanup we'll be messy the west virginia national guard has also been notified and put on standby for potential mobilization to assist local and county emergency agencies health officials are trying to get the message out that a flu shot could make the difference between life and death that's the word from acting cdc director and shucair who urged americans to roll up their sleeves and get the vaccine all indications are that flew activity remains high and is likely to continue for several more weeks dr xu cats at three out of four children who died so far the flu the season had not gotten shots she called the 63 reported child deaths devastating news adding the number is expected to rise federal health officials also released the results of a new study showing that this year's vaccine is 36 percent effective overall against influenza tights a and b just like fire drills there are policies in place in massachusetts mandating safety in.

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"dr xu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Emergency for all 55 counties after heavy rain triggered flooding and multiple locations the rain is expected to continue throughout the weekend cbs's dk rights has more from wheeling evora out watching the water rise police chief sean schwarzenegger wishes they wouldn't obviously it's interesting and people want to see at first hand and i get that but it really does at some point get in the way of a mercy response so we would suggest that is stay away it won't be just an up and down event it will stay above flood stage for twenty three hours they may have to temporarily close the island fire station after the water recedes cleanup we'll be messy the west virginia national guard has also been notified and put on standby for potential mobilization to assists local and county emergency agencies health officials are trying to get the message out that a flu shot could make the difference between life and death that's the word from acting cdc director and shucair who urged americans to roll up their sleeves and get the vaccine all indications are that flew activity remains high and is likely to continue for several more weeks dr xu cats at three out of four children who died so far the flu the season had not gotten shots she called these 63 reported child deaths devastating news adding be number is expected to rise federal health officials also released the results of a new study showing that this year's vaccine is 36 percent effective overall against influence a types a and b just like fire drills there are policies in place in massachusetts it's mandating safety in schools wbz's karyn regal has details on what schools are expected to do to keep students safe under state law every school is required to have a plan for evacuating students do multiple exits every district is supposed to.

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"dr xu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The year it's definitely a ray narrow peers to be near the front i'm jeff dublin jer bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time is six oh nine we've got twenty eight degrees and clear skies in boston some snow on the way overnight tonight into sunday traffic and weather together all the details ahead in lola case of road rage is apparently behind a shooting that left one man dead and a twenty year old woman facing a murder charge the suspect grassi yellow pollino is being held without bail prosecutors say her victim and another man were driving near the low train station around noon thursday when he crossed paths with the vehicle driven by pollino that's when police say she shot into the other car hitting the driver in the chest he drove a short distance before crashing into a jersey barrier and later died at the hospital prosecutors say the shooting appears to be random health officials are trying to get the message out that a flu shot could make the difference between life and death that's the word from acting cdc director and shucair who urged americans to roll up their sleeves and get the vaccine all indications are that flew activity remains high and is likely to continue for several more weeks dr xu cats at three out of four children who died so far are the flu the season had not gotten shots she called these 63 reported child deaths devastating news adding the number is expected to rise federal health officials also released the results of a new study showing that this year's vaccine is 36 percent effective overall against influenza types a and b just like fire drills there are policies in place in massachusetts mandating safety in schools wbz's karyn regal has details on what schools are expected to do to keep students say under state law every school is required have a plan for evacuating students do multiple exits every district is.

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"dr xu" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"I think what's really fascinating is the fact that we have had a sample from another solar system delivered practically toward doorstop so that we had although a brief period to study it i'm hoping that will be a lot more of these and we can really trying to understand if the process of building planets is the same everywhere if other solar systems are chemically the same as ours if they produce the same sort of planetary building blocks that our solar system does so i'm hoping this will be the start of an exciting adventure dr meech thank you very much you're welcome dr tarun meacher's an astronomer at the university of hawaii institute for astronomy and finally the number one story that didn't make the show this year number one gene edited human embryo it all began with genetically modified tomatoes then came genetically modified chickens and now genetically modified human embryos earlier this year a team of american researchers successfully corrected a gene mutation responsible for a heart disease in humans it was the first known case of gene editing performed on human embryos in the us and scientists did it using the gene editing tool crisper groundbreaking experiment raise many questions like how safe was the procedure and what are the ethics of manipulating the human genome joining us from portland oregon to answer these questions is dr xu crowd matali poff dr matali puff played a senior role in this game changing research he's also the principal investigator at the center for embryonic cell and gene therapy of oregon health science university.

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"dr xu" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And likewise when you get inside the book of genesis and lickochops flood jack it makes it clear that the flood wiped out all of humanity and all the foolish animals associated with humanity but that doesn't mean that god has to flood antarctica humans were in antarctica ended never domesticated the penguins there there's no need for god to flood antarctica take care of human reprobation that's the world of the ungodly that was flooded you see that in second peter too at that point you look at all with biblical tax not just one book and so you you don't believe that the flood was a worldwide flood is what you just said i do believe we would universal vetter white got all accused hannity tepco the board yard for yourself humanity did not exist in the extreme parts of the various tons yeah i i read the bible humanity did not become global until after the floods and airport god did not have the flood of the whole of the planet to take your cumin reprobation although i do have of what model that much bigger than your typical older creation of and what is your flood model while basically i'd say it's not just smith fakeemeeah that was flooded uh but all of the persian gulf and large sections of southern already doing it wrong 'cause like put the flood during the last ice age and during the last ice age you got the the dnc level three hundred thirty feet below word is now and so you have a flood that's covering over a million square miles as opposed to just two hundred thirty thousand square miles of his backed up so when was the last ice age in what we are roughly eur you dating danila flood bobble last ice age woods between about fifty thousand one hundred thirty thousand years ago and because the took so long for the water to recede genesis chapter eight that tells us that noah's flood was an ice age dan anger's hang on doctoroff social johnny rightback his ear air contacts a shell i'm talking to dr xu ross we'll be right back we will not see sonos.

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"dr xu" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"I totally get it totally believe in it 'cause i've had direct experience of it i i think that um you know it's something that i don't know how many lives we have navy thousand you know uh may be yeah and at a certain way it's it's linear is she quinn show at the other way if you're if you're out into so level it's probably all simultaneous in all the lives are happening at once from that point of view like prong coming down in orange of the world uh but when you're down here in in one of them they look separate it out it's it's kind of odd now when you say you fab to the first hand with the reincarnation what has happened to you well i wanna kind i'll go certain places like if they travel a and when i get to a certain kind of land or a certain place i will have a total emotional reaction that has no basis in reality you know um and i'm not sure what it is they are i'll have to remember that come up at that time but also i was fortunate enough when i was opening up early on to have a connection with it a woman who wish to transmit him who red dea cachique records and actually gave me like a lot of my past live and who was reading out of an encyclopedia in your name wires you wrote the book gave me the title of the book when i quit boy when i do i mary was like unbelievable and i was able to find a record of them and then when i even found their book and read them it was like my own rating i it was show so parallel i i you know phenomenal many many overlap they were they lived in the same cities that i i lived in this life like i to retrace their path and it's a fascinating thing to start looking at um how the past lives we've in to this one matures assurances and it's amazing how it happens now you also have touched on telepathy um my late and dr xu fica curricula was an expert on salah pathy she devoted her entire psychiatric practice to that does she switched at over.

"dr xu" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:44 min | 4 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Klay thompson promised the family oh no the on welcome to jordan pitch john much jump touch chuck and take care of the animals they love your goals you are listening to talk in pets wants to get on jump patch i'm dr suzanne toepfer i might see lab you know that's a scary part about the story that you just read was that you know yellowstone nothing decides to go then we're all dead who give that is predicted that if that wherever to blow we're we're done i mean no matter what other earthquakes or hurricane things were sinkhole was or whatever may happen the worst that can happen would be ozone so definitely need to keep an eye out on that out to new mexico in shelby hey shelly how're you doing welcome the talking heads you got a question for dr xu are you i opened up on our route will while i read in an older i think well in iran we've been acting a lot more aggressive lately and looked argued the law are you got nowhere to go under question what you've got it like the novelty or or dementia or anything like that and then argue we help them there there are veterinary in it no the new circuit court but i don't want my belt people no morrow yeah shelby if they do they can a lot of the same things that can happen to people can happen to pats not strictly straight up alzheimer's we don't call it that but they can get finality are dementia and it sounds like you've been dear veterinarian and ask those questions and i have they run like some blood were to be sure everything's ok and check them out prematurely yes maryland eaten good ill you'll other than it would be funny to read badly well i mean besides yeah he didn't or or doggy they've been real your help our maintenance and yet but you mentioned aggression is that aggression kind of mixed with not being you know all too are injured intially we'll get aggressor and then you will he and why i will right like eager member by he'd get the aggressive in didn't remember who i am is the.

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"dr xu" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:50 min | 4 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Weather first on talkradio six eighty wcbm your wcbm weather channel forecast a wet showers today high seventy eight showers lights 74 low temperatures michael right now at melbourne in place in downtown baltimore 75 degrees seventy one in mount airy and coming up on the news at eight thirty new medical problems for wounded house whip the latest chapter and chuck's newborn life in fastlane just because you think you found the liquid knowing sounds those goal of the one you wait oh no the six minutes our campus khamis update the university of kansas professor recently asserted those who believe in donald trump's campaign slogan make america great again are deeply invested in white supremacy you're an idiot and the killing of minorities a ice dr xu being ana amama shubane giovene on amama said volunteers shooting of mentallyimpaired black one by police officers in seattle called the systemic violence that killed charlene allows is the very foundation of this country university of hawaii professor recently made ways by declaring that universities should stop hiring white sissmann north that is white sissmann she went on her neighbors a professor piper hereon she distrust white people and saying sis at white people need to lose more since gender hatteras sexual white people need to lose more the language now on apples talking pig latin church and finally a course being offered this summer at ucla aims to teach students how car culture and other factors produce spatial injustice in los angeles fly got a course fulfills trad requirements of both diversity at social yeah they they would call that a trap jim that's a new term for you adjust relations injustice facial injustice and that space uh this is so that is they're trying to confuse me douse salaries do where's the pond gun for this guy one more that's a sellout oh boy but if you missed it all your this morning a jargon ounce the he's writing it's going to be called life in the fast lane and they're going to be chaired the last chapter is going to be devoted to sean of rain hawes that everybody here on the show that everybody else in that building run all right up to the phone clinton lakes you do the things you do the lead hugh bottle of more and even shoes dumb joe arpaio.

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"dr xu" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:54 min | 4 years ago

"dr xu" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Fifty three was ripped to shreds tremendous concussion that took place and how to close quarter inch steel and just opening up like a gain opener both sides of the gun mountain larry lubetzky lived to tell about surviving to come qazi strikes his nerves were never the same but he knows use one lucky gun i've always felt like a guardian angel oh to this day i feel like i a guardian angel factional soldiers louise would soon be meeting guardian angels of the room april nineteen forty five the battle for okinawa so easy i took a sharp bloody turn for the worse would we started going south of short of look again till the eyes of the showers coming back we started the of the share hey we've rubbish optic we brought it to a buzzsaw within the rocky hills of southern okinawa looked a deadly hidden enemy over one hundred thousand soldiers of the thirty second imperial japanese army what national tremor the japanese general had decided upon bush told instead of trying to meet us at the beach where we have this whole world wing firepower he decided to lead us on the southern unmable from our area up tim square miles he was a brilliant brilliant commander he did all he could do you all natural obstacle change and everything set up his the front today expect to be able to to beat the americans on the sound or simply wound for massive car i think the expected booth flicked major traffic uh they knew what had happened in the pacific they knew that it's time had come soon our troops saw evidence of the japanese generals plan an action way were walking down the road on toward alagic never coming back from the lions and the truck after the farflung cash we noticed that they wish fact with mad american shoulder and there were loaded on fire why would pose an all military action always hold the high ground always take the high ground will he had very effectively on that the first major confrontation dr xu ridge arms ninety six the visual sweaty one talk and suffered almost three thousand casualties in fourday private herman buffet and was their way with go up taken take the ground and i would be hunted backend caved in the bombing and then they come back out bye and it pretty much suicide no one youtuber lou dead one.

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