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‘Glee’ actress Naya Rivera presumed dead after reported missing while boating with son, Los Angeles officials say
"People people have have been been searching searching a a lake lake north north of of Los Los Angeles Angeles that that desperate desperate to to search search for for Nyjah Nyjah Rivera, Rivera, the the former former glee glee actress actress who who went went missing missing yesterday yesterday and and tonight. tonight. She's presumed dead. Divers and drones are scouring make P room in an effort to recover the body of 33 year old actress Ni Rivera. Reviewing this really as a tragic accident, Rivera's four year old son, Josie, was found wearing a life jacket and asleep in a boat late Wednesday. The boy told investigators that he and his mother had been swimming, but she did not get back on the rented pontoon and adult life vest was also found. We're talking about a lake on the bottom here, this very city so some places you could only see 5 to 6 inches in front of your face. On Tuesday, Riviera tweeted this picture with her son with the caption Just the two of us. She divorced the boy's father, actor Ryan Dorsey, in 2018 she called Josie her greatest success in her memoir. If that, uh, Revere a played a cheerleader ugly for six years, she had dated co star Mark Salling, who killed himself in 2018 after pleading guilty to child pornography charges and glee star Cory Amon teeth was found dead of a drug overdose in 2013 and and now eery Instagram post for Vera told fans to take every day you're alive as a blessing. Because tomorrow is not promised. Her son, Josie is now a family
"drug overdose" Discussed on News O'Clock
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Coronavirus cases skyrocket amid positive June jobs report
"Things are turbulent. We got positive jobs news this week. On a potentially significant delay, cases of covid nineteen continued to rise. You might not even realize it, but lots of black lives matters. Protests are still happening around the country, and the Hamilton musical has finally arrived on streaming platforms. Let's chat a little bit about. About the week that was with me today we have genus malic at the New, York Times and Heather Long from the Washington Post. Hey to hey, molly. Hey, moee Hi there, so I wanNA start with Gina, and this this jobs report with of course the caveat you heard at the top. which is that sure these are some numbers at a moment in time four point, eight million jobs were added in June, but there are caveats right. Absolutely so four point, eight million jobs is a huge number, but so is eleven point one percent, which is the unemployment rate still even after that big gain, what we have right now is jobless rate that is higher than at any point in the great recession. This is higher than the ten percent peak. We saw the worst part of two thousand nine and I think it's really important to keep that in context because what we've. We've seen so far is the easy rehiring we've seen people who were still attached to their employer comeback. Two jobs at states reopen, but I think the real question is what happens next in down the road to these people who are still on the labor market sidelines prove a lot harder to reabsorb into the job market, and I think early signs would suggest. Yes, you know we're seeing a shift from short-term to long-term unemployment so. Unemployment duration is increasing, and we're really seeing a shift from folks who say they are on temporary layoff to folks who say they have permanently lost their jobs and I. think that's a really important thing to keep in mind. Right and heather. You had a piece this week. Looking at how even those who are still working, you know it's one thing to measure the number of jobs, people, fewer hours and lower wages, right. Yeah. That's what surprised me is we're seeing twice as many people getting pay cuts this recession as what we saw during that great recession, so another indication of how widespread the harm is, and you know we're all so focused about people who've lost their jobs and that's we should be focused on that, but there's this whole other ray of people who. Who I talked to and I know Gina does to who say look I'm only working two or three days a week. I'm back fifty percent I-. Businesses can't survive on fifty percent and workers can't survive on fifty percent of the income that they used to have so another indication. This is a long road back and I. Just keep thinking in my mind. In April, eighty percent of workers thought that they were going to be short term layoff so far we've only gained back a third of the jobs. That's a big gap between what workers expected to be backed by June July versus what we're seeing. Right well, and and Catherine Repel your colleague Heather in a rapper and occasional rapper on this show also had a piece saying. Even knowing what we know now which may even be itself beyond a delay where we're headed for an even bigger fiscal cliff as some stimulus runs out, PPO loans run out. And the virus researchers. Jean. What does this mean for? The. What does this mean for Congress and the idea of more aid? Right, so I think theories of real concern, certainly among the economists I talked to you in imagine also among the ones heathers chatting with that these positive jobs numbers are going to take some of the pressure off of Congress and I. Think are two big reasons that you would worry about that one. Is that clearly the damage that we have seen to? To the economy is persistent. It is still with us, and as the virus continues to spread throughout much of the south in the West where even seeing new damage piling up in and so there's a real need to act just to renew a lot of these measures that are about to expire at the end of July because the problem is still here. Be Some of the issues that we have with this recession were just never dealt with in the first place. State and local aid is a perfect example. You know we saw in in the cares act. We did see some help going to those entities, but it was very limited, and it was mostly tied to sort of immediate concerns around fighting the virus whereas these these. Governments that have balanced budget amendments haven't had very much tax revenue coming in. They're losing sales tax revenue altogether, and so there is a real crisis upon us if we don't deal with those issues, but we have lost some of the sort of tailwind behind that effort. heather the the Fed the Fed's minutes where out this week chair seems to get this. That's been a constant message from the federal. Reserve is a congress. Don't let this backslide know. We've seen some momentum here and don't give it up. And as Gina was explaining they're still a clearly a huge need. We've only gained back a third of those jobs and we know we know by the end of the summer. The rest of the jobs aren't going to be back. We're still going to have millions of people unemployed, and there's a real danger that some of these small businesses that have just barely been making it. They've gotten these grants these. These P P P grants. Do we really want to see them? Go Out of business in September October because we didn't kind of them a little bit along so i. think that's what's really mind boggling to people. There's also other issues that are popping up. We reported in the Washington Post. There is an alarming spike in drug overdoses. There's also ongoing child care needs. That are really holding back a lot of workers from getting back to work these need to be addressed to an X.
Melissa Etheridge says her 21-year-old son, Beckett, has died after he "succumbed" to opioid addiction
"Singer Melissa Etheridge is mourning the loss of our son to a drug overdose Beckett cipher had been struggling with an opioid addiction he was born in nineteen ninety eight to Etheridge and her then partner Julie cypher through artificial insemination it was later revealed that singer David Crosby was the biological father on Twitter at the ridge of rights we wonder what we could have done to save him but in the end we know he's out of pain now back at cipher was just twenty one years
"drug overdose" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"A drug overdose in nineteen eighty four and another Robert's son Michael died in a skiing accident in nineteen ninety seven well several lawmakers say axle on the still not doing enough to protect both workers at the Limerick generating station and people who live around the plant with that refueling project during the pandemic K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim Ballard reports state senator Katie moods as in the past excellence been up front with information about revealing projects for this year my experience has been incredibly disappointing and frustrating she says when she asked for a list of where the hundreds of out of state workers were staying she was initially told six hotels but after a couple days she found out there were more than forty locations including Airbnb is campsites another rentals in three different counties Berks Chester Montgomery and we have no idea if someone is sent home because they're symptomatic what is home needs joins Montgomery County commissioners and congresswoman Madeleine dean calling on excellent to do more to protect residents and workers including committing to quarantine workers for fourteen days before they move on to the next refueling site something moves says so far the companies refused to do both also says the company still hasn't said if they're paying workers were sent home with symptoms or who've tested positive really it's insulting that you want to come in our community products that harm you have the money to reduce harm you're not taking the steps that we're asking you to look at the suburban bureau Jim out working with apple you newsradio backslide has not responded with information about how many employees or contractors have been sent home with other symptoms or positive corona virus tests the company also is insane if it plans to pay workers and contractors who have to isolate or quarantine because of the infection a South Jersey woman trapped in Peru because of the cold nineteen crisis gets help from the US government to return home yeah whatever is John McDermott spoke with New Jersey U. S. senator Robert Menendez who helped in the effort Casey Brandenburg had appealed was sitting in a hostel in Crisco proven to guess they're not Brenda Berg tested positive for gold at nineteen all one hundred guests were quarantine and sprayed with what they were told was diluted chlorine they were not permitted to leave the hostel Brandenburg vanvleet contacted senator Robert Menendez for help he serves as the ranking member of the Senate foreign relations committee fact that Peru closed its country to all commercial air flights put us in a in an effort to get the state department to engage the proving that parties I called the Peruvian ambassador in Washington engaged him directly I spoke to the undersecretary of state for management and eight medevac was approved Lindbergh was flown to Lima then on to the United States senator Menendez says he hopes to speak with the Brandenburg band we the days to come John McDevitt KYW newsradio New York mayor bill de Blasio is putting out an urgent call for supplies and personnel is covered nineteen.
Coronavirus pandemic triggers racist attacks against Asian Americans
"Business so while the regular ER doctors are taking care of cove in patients the orthopedist can take care of the folks coming in for car accidents heart attacks and drug overdoses because remember we all did internships we all did our rotations in medical school and you don't forget the stuff it's like riding a bike in a lot of ways we might be a little rusty at it at Harvard public health professor doctor and she's job says these changes won't be enough hospitals need to plan for a lot of their stuff to get sick our best understanding of the high rates of infection is really because of a combination of inadequate PPP let us personal protective equipment like masks gowns and gloves and fatigue and just long long work hours people start getting tired and they just end up being a little bit less vigilant and can make mistakes researchers also believe prolonged exposure to the virus itself puts doctors at higher risk of becoming seriously ill this is an issue I'm deeply worried about because this creates a cascade where once health care workers are getting sick everybody else has to work more hours which increases their risk preventing this vicious cycle is going to be difficult Chris Taylor is a resident doctor in the ER and SF general right now their contingency staffing plans involve doctors working more hours people are volunteering their extra time to be part of the backup system should residents got sick meaning they're working on their days off we're talking about changing the length of people shifts so they can work past the current limit of eighty hours per week at center hospitals and doctors so sure says they are thinking about how to reduce contact with covert patients clearly limiting exposure is important we try to do that by limiting people's actual presence and rotating people out and make sure they get rest but they haven't figured out exactly how to do that yet Swisher says they're working on those protocols
Florida - Andrew Gillum found at scene of suspected drug overdose
"News Miami beach police are investigating after former candidate for governor Andrew Gillam was found in a hotel room where a man appeared to have overdosed on drugs according to a report officers were called to a South Beach hotel early this morning where paramedics were treating a man for a possible overdose police say a second man and Gilmore in the room but Gillam was too intoxicated to speak the report says officers found three bags of suspected methamphetamine in the room Gillam was not arrested and it's not clear if anyone will be
Miami - Andrew Gillum found at scene of suspected drug overdose
"Inter Gillam the former Tallahassee mayor and democratic nominee for governor allegedly involved in a mass overdose early this morning Miami beach police department affidavit shows officers arrived at a Miami beach hotel room shortly before one AM paramedics were treating a man for a possible drug overdose officers tried to speak with killing but the report says he was vomiting and was too intoxicated the man who overdosed was taken the hospital in stable condition here's what police say directly from that report inside the hotel room officers observed in plain sight three small clear plastic baggies containing suspected crystal meth on both the beds and floor Gillam says now in a statement that he was in Miami for a wedding and had too much to drink he thanked Miami beach EMS for their efforts between the scales news ninety six point five W. DPO and according to that arrest affidavit no one was arrested in that
Andrew Gillum found in Miami Beach hotel room with suspected drugs, police say
"News Andrew Gillam the former Tallahassee mayor and democratic nominee for governor was allegedly involved with a meth overdose early this morning Miami beach police department affidavit shows officers arrived at a Miami beach hotel room shortly before one AM paramedics were treating a man for a possible drug overdose officers tried to speak with killing but the report says he was vomiting and was too intoxicated the man who overdosed was taken the hospital in stable condition here's what police say directly from that report inside the hotel room officers observed in plain sight three small clear plastic baggies containing suspected crystal meth on both the beds and floor Gillam says now in a statement that he was in Miami for a wedding and had too much to drink he thanked Miami beach EMS for their
Charlie Sheen Denies Corey Feldman's Accusation He Raped Corey Haim
"Corey Feldman now with a new documentary about child sex abuse in Hollywood focusing specifically on his friend Corey Haim died of a drug overdose ten years ago the doc reviving claims that he was raped by Charlie Sheen in the eighties claim she
Dream Interpretation Answers
"Welcome back to energy healing with me. Heidi Lane today is kind of a part two episode back on episode thirty seven. I did the meaning of dreams where he talked about. Dreams and figuring out what your dreams mean and I received quite a few questions in relation to this episode so I thought I would follow it up with kind of a QNA episode so to preface episode. I'd like to say that and dream interpretation very open to interpretation so how I interpret. Something may be completely different than how someone else would interpret it. And that's okay totally fine. Another important thing to note is that we're in Pisces. Season Right now and this is a time where we have more vivid dreams so this is a great time to connect more with your dreams and keep a Dream Journal. Because you'll likely find that there are a lot of messages coming through during this time. Okay let's jump in with these questions. The first one is. What do you think about trauma in dreams? Could it be that it was experienced in this life or past life and is trying to come through or could someone really experienced trauma while in a dream state? I WANNA break this question into two parts and I talk about experiencing past lives in a dream so when we dream about a past life experience it typically takes place in a different time periods so it doesn't look like present time you also probably look different than how you look presently because we don't look like this in every lifetime right and you probably even talk an act differently than you do. In this present lifetime dreams about past life experiences also tend to play like movies so when we normally dream it can be pretty choppy and jump around a bit but when we're dreaming about a past life experience it's not that way it plays out in one go so the other part of this question dreaming about trauma or experiencing trauma in a dream. I'm feeling like with this dream that you're having about experiencing trauma is your subconscious trying to tell you that there is healing that needs to be done. There could be some sort of emotional trauma that happened in the past or some other kind of trauma or really. Maybe it's not something that you would think of as trauma but it's still something that you need to heal from it something in the past that hasn't been processed and healed so this is gonna take some self reflection. Maybe you find that. You didn't experienced trauma in your life but if you do and you find that it is overwhelming to heal this on your own. I encourage you to reach out to a licensed mental health. Professional there are some great ones out there and many who specialize in healing trauma so something to think about. Not Saying that pertains to you necessarily. That's to anyone okay. Moving on I have a question for you on dreaming about the same person. Every few months I have an old classmate and went to school with from kindergarten to Twelfth Grade. Who was my very first boyfriend and fourth grade but as we grew older we didn't hang in the same group. Borstal nice to each other and after we graduated we saw each other and we would talk for a few moments. He died two years ago from a tragic drug overdose. He has seemed to come to me about three to four times every time he comes he just says hi smiles and I hug him. This is in her dreams around Thanksgiving last year. He told me to tell someone he loved very much. Hello for him. I recently had another dream where we were in our old school gym. And I saw two versions of him older bad-looking and younger fresh and healthy. I told him I liked this version of you. Best hugged him and he smiled. Is this really him or am I just having a hard time coping? It is weird because I was not super close with him. Okay so there is a lot of different components to this. I will start off with that. Yes it could be his spirit coming through to connect with you especially if you do have medium ship capabilities and he has since about you now. If we're going to assume that yes this was his spirit coming to connect with you through your dreams. There are a couple of things to think about one is to set boundaries especially if the spirit is giving you information to share with their loved ones or family you shouldn't share information from a spirit with someone who is living. You need to ask I because the person who is living may not be in a space to hear what you have to say or they may not want to hear it so you need to respect their boundaries as well the other part to this is that you can set boundaries with the spirit that is visiting new if it gets to a point where you don't want them visiting anymore or you want to put some limits to them visiting you. You can certainly do that. And that's not being selfish. That a setting a healthy boundary. Now let's look at if it's not a spirit coming through to talk with you so there are a few things to think about. One is to think about the impact that they had on you. The other is that they may represent who you were at the time that you knew them so it sounds like you guys knew each other best between kindergarten fourth grade maybe think about was there something going on few during that time period that is now coming up for you again or something that you need to take a look at another is that he could be a manifestation of your shadow self representing the traits of yourself. That you're repressing. Were there. Aspects of this person that you did not like and are those aspects present within yourself thinking about this part of your question where you said that you liked the younger fresh healthy looking version of him rather than the older bad-looking version of him and this is making me. Think of that shadow south. Perhaps the older bad-looking version of him that you did not like is that shadow self piece so these are just a lot of things to think about so sitting with and trying to feel what resonates most with. You is likely the answer for you. Okay so dreaming about being chased by a gunman I would say it would depend on the context of the dream like what you're feeling in the dream when this is going on. I am going to assume that you felt scared being chased by a gunman so I would that the gun represents either anger or fear and either. There's something in your waking life that you're angry about in your running away from because you don't want to face it or there's something that you're afraid of in your waking life that you're avoiding because you don't want to face it this also kind of plays into the next question which is dreams about running from harm or being chased by someone and dreaming about being held hostage so being held hostage makes me think that you feel powerless near waking life combined with these dreams of being chased by gunmen. I'm feeling that this thing that you're either angry about or Freida is making you feel powerless. Because when we have a gun pointed at us we feel rather powerless where we're being held hostage. We feel powerless. We feel like there's nothing we can do about it or it's outside of our control. So there's something in your waking life that your subconscious is trying to get through to you that you are feeling powerless about most likely because it feels like it's outside of your control which is making you feel scared and probably spiking some anxiety as well when you're running away from something in your dream it's also your subconscious telling you that it's time to stop running and to confronted
Supervised drug injection site in US is almost ready to open
"Time a judge in Philadelphia has approved a plan for the country's first medically supervised injection site to combat drug overdose deaths K. Y. W. radios Pat Loeb judge Gerald McCue entered a final order in a loss to the U. S. attorney William explained brought against the nonprofit safe house to prevent it from opening a safe injection site safehouse president Ronda Goldfein says the order clears away legal obstacles to the site we have consistently believe that trying to save lives it's not occurring between promises to appeal the order but go find a safe house can still move
U.S. life expectancy increases for 1st time since 2014
"The average life expectancy for Americans is on the rise White House adviser Kelly and Conway touting the news today for the first time in four years life expectancy in United States of America has increased and for the first time in twenty nine years the number of drug overdose deaths has decreased the national center for health statistics now puts the average life expectancy in the U. S. at seventy eight point seven years nine oh three eight news ninety six point five W.
US life expectancy rises for first time since 2014
"Life expectancy in the U. S. rose in twenty eighteen the first increase in four years driven by declines in six of the ten leading causes of death between twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen that includes a notable drop in drug overdose deaths for the first time in twenty eight years White House counselor kellyanne Conway said the administration hopes this is a turning point on combating drug abuse this is a crisis that we call the crisis next door because we want people to know from the beginning that the silence and stigma that it tends to many people and prevents them from seeking out the kind of treatment and help that is available to them Karen Travers ABC
U.S. life expectancy goes up for the first time since 2014
"There are significant findings in a new annual health report from the CDC Bloomberg health reporter John Thomas he is on the KRLD news line to sort it out for us Sir John what's the big news here well to headline for that first that life expectancy in the United States overall increased slightly in twenty eighteen for the first time since twenty fourteen there'd been a couple years of declines but with a positive increase and then you know the other thing is that drug overdose deaths fell in twenty eighteen and that was for the first time in in really close to thirty years so that that you know there had been rising and rising pretty quickly over at you know it it most of that twenty two and send in twenty eighteen we saw like the kind of that kind that's pretty shocking the first decline in drug overdose deaths in thirty years so is there a correlation John where we can say we are making progress with the opioid crisis I think it's a mix it's sort of a mixed bag first of all I'm not on drug related deaths are opioid related and that decline that they saw that the federal authorities sideways and drug drug overdose deaths overall when you can look at opiates specifically in some categories at their word declines for example heroin related gas and some prescription opioid deaths declined in twenty eighteen other categories including Sentinel it to the me a potent synthetic opioid deaths from those drugs I continued to increase so you know the expert to talk he said you know it's obviously better to have the death rate decreasing it's coming down from a pretty high level and it's not entirely clear whether that is you know that that trend reversing I'm going down from here or you know sort of a leveling off or or just a blip in and you know and what we've been saying over the past couple years and as we mentioned we hear so much about the opioid crisis these days not as much about cocaine John but what is this report say about cocaine related overdoses yes so the researchers highlighted pretty troubling increase in deaths from deaths involving cocaine and also that that category of drugs that includes methamphetamines the thing to keep in mind is that you know a lot of the a lot of cases involve multiple deaths people maybe using opiates are mixing opiates with cocaine and so it it's difficult to entangle excuse me to to into separate you know one substance from another but overall you know I think that the take aways you know drug overdose deaths drug overdose deaths declined slightly on a pretty high level this is John Thomas he's from
US life expectancy rises for first time since 2014
"Look at this US life expectancy increases for the first time since Obama leaves office okay they headlined doesn't really say that but that's what it means to review the real headline US life expectancy increases for first time in four years well what happened four years ago bomb a lost and he got out of there U. S. like what what is this a great new normal US life expectancy increases why fabled drug overdoses dropped in two thousand eighteen for the first time in nearly thirty years cancer related deaths also declined life expectancy one of the greatest things about the human condition in free countries the standard of living life expectancy increased for the first time in four years you realize life expectancy was declining during the Obama administration why is this not a great no normal instead of something we have to abandon and go back to something that was not nearly as
US life expectancy climbs for the first time in 4 years as drug overdose and cancer deaths decline
"Well there's been a turnaround in life expectancy in the U. S. CBS news correspondent but Michigan has that story the CDC study the year twenty eighteen and for the first time in four years life expectancy in the U. S. increased not by much a month but from twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen life expectancy fell slightly or held steady thanks largely to a surgeon overdose deaths and suicides males born in twenty eighteen are expected to live about seventy six years on average females eighty one years twenty eighteen saw a decline in cancer and drug overdose deaths but an increase still in deaths from the flu pneumonia and suicide but Michigan CBS
U.S. life expectancy goes up for the first time since 2014
"There's been a turn around in life expectancy in the U. S. the CDC study the year twenty eighteen and for the first time in four years life expectancy in the U. S. increased not by much a month but from twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen life expectancy fell slightly or held steady thanks largely to a surgeon overdose deaths and suicides males born in twenty eighteen are expected to live about seventy six years on average females eighty one years twenty eighteen saw a decline in cancer and drug overdose deaths but an increase still in deaths from the flu pneumonia and
For 1st time in 4 years, US life expectancy rises — a little
"The centers for disease control and prevention says infants born in twenty eighteen are expected to live on average about seventy eight years and eight months that's about a month longer than children born in twenty seventeen the CDC report says the increase is mainly due to lower death rates for cancer and drug overdoses the ten leading causes of death remain the same with heart disease number one in cancer number two and Americans who were sixty five in twenty eighteen are expected to live on average another nineteen years and six months I'm my campaign
U.S. life expectancy goes up for the first time since 2014
"There's been a turnaround in life expectancy in the U. S. life to CBS's but Michigan the CDC study the year twenty eighteen and for the first time in four years life expectancy in the U. S. increased not by much a month but from twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen life expectancy fell slightly or held steady thanks largely to a surgeon overdose deaths and suicides twenty eighteen saw a decline in cancer and drug overdose deaths but increase still in deaths from the flu pneumonia and
"drug overdose" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Eleventh annual health check report fewer prescriptions for opioids are being written by providers yeah thanks bye drug overdose are on the rise according to the health check report researchers Sebastian Linda and what's unfortunate is that even though we seen reductions like hospital care prescription dispensing just about twenty thirteen across both region and this is not translated into reductions when it comes to drug overdose deaths in fact bills have been steadily increasing from two thousand three twenty seventeen the growth rate for Detroit region really it's a drug overdose deaths has actually continue to grow when even escalated from twenty fourteen onwards so these are rather alarming trends and related to suicide they mentioned the the growth is not as intense but it has been fairly stable am going from ballots nine deaths per one hundred thousand individuals back in two thousand growing all the way up to about thirteen per one hundred thousand individuals in twenty seventeen so very steady growth and the growth pattern appears to be very similar on the west side on the side of the state two thirds of residents are overweight according to the report you also look at the individuals that are defined as overweight so I'll be in my twenty five to thirty we're talking about close to two thirds of our overall population so considerable amounts of our population and we continue to kind of highlight this in our reporting due to the risks or increased risks of hypertension diabetes heart disease depression and many more the might fall from the city what you find in regards to smoking looking at the self report data from twenty eleven to twenty seventeen we find that positive trends when it comes to current smokers and moving from about twenty twenty two percent of our population in the west in the center of the state down to about eighteen or so percent and twenty seventeen so we had a reduction in but while we see this kind of reduction in current smokers we are also mindful of the fact that there's become increasingly an increasing availability of potential substitutes and this year we include some data real regarding E. cigarettes and we don't have transfer these so we can't necessarily tell if there's been substitution going on over time but we can sell that looking at the coal mine in the Detroit regions combined we have about five percent of our population their current E. cigarette smokers and this is pertaining to the adult population in twenty seventeen more people have heart disease this is gone up quite significantly there so about a nineteen percent increase between twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen from the delta dental health desk.
"drug overdose" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"But I am all in on kids and I need you to be too and why is that because kids have got so many evil forces out there whether it's drugs whether it's sex traffickers whether it's people who are negative meaning evil and take advantage of kids shame on you I hope you rot in hell the thing about the summer that I want to remind you is this an opportunity to connect with your kids so please I am begging you to talk to your granddaughter talk to your grand son little Charlie Hey little Charlie how you doing kids need to be heard they need someone to listen and encourage them that they can do anything if they have goals they have dreams and they work hard enough another topic that I want to talk with you in this morning segment is my niece Samantha Ross know many of you know my story my niece summing up the Ross she died at age twenty of an accidental drug overdose and I bring this up because of course her birthday is on July thirteenth and of course I miss her so much and I just wanna make sure and remind you not only do I want you to talk to your kids and truly listen and see how they're doing plus encourage them and tell them as often as possible how much you love them I want you to check in on them as it relates to drugs and unprotected sex you see I didn't do that and my niece Samantha is dad and I live without regret every day of my life so I am begging.
"drug overdose" Discussed on KTRH
"Morning, five to eight on NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. Ben futures ground zero special guests talking about all the things that we're addicted to all the things that are maladies and sickness the moral failings that society seems to put on people who are addicted or at least or die of a drug overdose tonight. Roseanne was killed off by a drug overdose. One more way of them sticking it to people who have pain and their suffering. What do you think about crater, Ben? I knew a lot of the things about crate. I'm actually I haven't I don't have any personal personal experience with it. But for for relaxation, and I sleep in this antidepressant. Scott. I hear about it. I don't think it's anybody's business regulate. These things shouldn't be the government regulate plants. I have a problem with that. And I just I just found this out. Just in case anybody is questioning the US drug enforcement ministration has taken cannabinoid can't Canada. I can't even say cannabis oil off the most restrictive classic controlled substances. It is no longer scheduled one the agency announced that drugs. This was back in back in September last month. The agency announced that drugs, including finished dosage formulations, a CBD with THC below zero point one percent will be considered schedule five drugs as long as the medications have been approved by the US food and Drug administration is the first why should it be drugs at all why should something that grows out of the ground, and is analogous to chemistry said to bio chemicals that are made by your body be illegal and regulated and require a prescription schedule. Five is still a controlled substance. It's not it's not even regular drug. It's a controlled substance is this is so galling to me. It's a non addictive control. They weren't saying. The reason why is because they now know they have now approved something called butyl X, which of course, is the preparation for epilepsy. Right. It's a oh why why should the government regulate substance that grows out of the ground number one, and is analogous to bio chemicals that are in your body and not just regulate them as.
"drug overdose" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Yeah, I'm gonna fridge. Camille. Snyder's Muppets no-no. There's gonna be a lot of shots guns sitting on sitting next to some gargoyles in the rain, not gargoyles the characters gargoyles the stone things, but one of them comes to life and talk to him. I mean, they're puppets. Why not? Yeah. Yeah. Now, now. Evan answer, Elliott or steel are good ideas, janitor. Okay. No, you know what? Or maybe that who's that that Android muppet from its tonight with the credit. I mean, I think it's great that you choosing characters to die that have no narrative consequences. I That's think right. that's. Stewart, I admire the risk to killing off the closest character guns. Oh, really hurting that. Okay, fine. Fuzzy kill Fosse. Then what are you guys. Oh, what a tragic end. Yeah, deal with it and you know how he died? No, on stage you have it was a drug overdose. Oh, man, it's a real. So it's basically the movie Lanny, but with fuzzy. We should give our final judgments about this movie, whether it's good, bad movie, a bad movie are movie kennel. These shocking reversals. Stewart, what do you have to say guys is a bad bad movie. Sometimes people like watch the movie before listening to the episode. If I, I'm going to send out all the energy I can for people to not do that. I know that if you're already listening, you've done it. You have. You're like, you know, you're mad at me at this point. I, I'm gonna put it in. I did fall asleep for like a little bit in the middle. But. So it SNorre fighting what you're saying shocked over, but I haven't as a marginal good bad because it's so baffling like I it is. It is like nothing you'll ever see. And sometimes that's interesting. Horrifying even don't watch our own. I implore you, please. If you watch on your own, make sure you have somebody come check on you like twenty thirty minutes. Yeah, this is so I would say to watch it on your own. It's the worst bad movie to watch it with another person. That could be interesting. Masochistic experiment, you know, to see just how far you can go, it's terrible, but yet to watch it, it's like an, it's like an acid trip like, don't do it on your own. 'cause you may never come back and just be an empty husk. And all you'll be able to say is tweet off on off gone, and they'll say, all he's muttering gibberish and they'll take you the real tweet in Arkham asylum..
"drug overdose" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Song came out, a lot of people assume that she was talking about herself It looks like she, was she relapsed after six years of sobriety and then yesterday Whisked away from her home and taken to the hospital and TMZ. Is reporting the first reporting. Where that Levada had been hospitalized for. A drug overdose A family spokesperson basically said she's awake and with her family they want to express thanks to everyone for the love prayers and support but they did say some of, the information being reported is incorrect. And the respectfully ask for privacy and not speculation as her health and recovery is the most. Important thing right now and you know what that is that's the way it has to be Speaking from experience it has to be the most important thing in. Your life because if you don't keep it the most important thing in your life your sobriety you'll lose everything else that that you put in front of it and it is one, of these things that you have. To work at it you have to You know I I've been out to dinner many times where people are, like oh I'm sorry I probably shouldn't have a drink in front of like no it. Doesn't bother me that you know that I, don't I'm, not bothered by it anymore. But that's because I work at, it and but I also I just have my heart, is just really hurting today for Demi Levato because you know I can't imagine trying, to stay sober working in the music industry in the first place. Plus you pile on the. Fact that she's, you know she was a child actress she, was on Barney and friends and she was in the Disney. Channel film camp rock and then sunny with a chance and then the, top ten, hits and you know and she's suffers apparently multiple addictions and eating, disorders and self mutilation all sorts of other issues so you know God bless. Demi Lovato and Just. Because, it's tearing say sober. And that, kind of an environment has just got to be a nightmare and, unless, you put. It absolutely I in your life you know it's just, it's, so easy to let that slip away by the way. That the hashtag pray for Demi, has been trending on Twitter.
"drug overdose" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And there are so many people waiting for organs that are going to die if they don't get organs right now the list is one hundred and twenty thousand americans waiting for a donated organ in two thousand one hundred and forty nine organ donors suffered from a fatal drug overdose and then there organs were transferred implanted if you will in someone else one hundred and forty nine in two thousand sixteen those victims donate it not the same ones obviously donated thirty five hundred of these and that is maybe that's a small answer the big answer for me is an easy one is that allies passed in which you are automatically a an organ donor unless you opt out then we're done then knowing waits for an organ anymore matter of fact it'll be too many organs they'll be selling organs on ebay they have so many of them but that's not happening anytime soon if it ever does so there is a desperate wait for people and the heartbreaker is dying because there is a shortage of organs so what you have now since his vast number of overdose victims now have organs that work but as anything there is a problem there's good and bad the best of all organs are that come from young people with head trauma and these are kids who have been unfortunately shot in the head or or blunt trauma damage where they die or someone's taken off life support because of the head injury because you have young people you have healthy people and so now let's move to people who die of opium deaths well that's a mix slot now twothirds are still young between the ages of twenty one forty but here's the problem with those young people because they are drug overdose victims they're more likely to have infections like hiv hepatitis b or c which means that those organs are not eligible to be transferred planted because diseases pass through not as.
"drug overdose" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Died oh they died from a drug overdose i it doesn't matter it is a poisonous addictive drug this come on you're you're taking your credit sensationalizing my point is that if you're going to if you're going to talk about what you're saying you're saying message to drug kingpin that if you're if you're running a large operation you know and you're putting in all these major cities in these people are dying that the death penalty is on the table that's the central theme of this conversation well one of the things that we know from you know decades and decades have really good research is that the death penalty does not discourage people from committing murder now whether it would commit whether it would just because murders typically impulsive act and when it's a plan to people do not plan to get caught but whether it would prevent people from selling drugs or not i frankly don't know the answer but we're talking about having the state this big government that you're afraid of the big government that runs the irs and the post office having that government that you are so that you so dislike decide which american citizens it is going to execute in which american citizens it is not going to execute and apparently if you are white and rich and ron tobacco company the government's not gonna execute you even though you're killing at least ten and maybe more times as many americans every year as you know the the the poor max or mexican or the teenager in california who's decided that you know hey i can put myself through college by selling few a few pills on the side.
"drug overdose" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"A drug overdose or a war zone you get a chance to talk to them so to me a pet somehow uh is very much on that level especially one like him so anyway turns out he was well enough for the surgery and had not spread the they they remove the cancerous cells it didn't it was all gone quick so now he's in recovery i'm feeding him you know three or four times a day and he's like a puppy again he's running jumping like a jack rabbit which is amazing to see modern medicine and god bless the vets but something weird happened yesterday i gotta tell you about i went to san francisco it's a beautiful day the reins it stopped that went to the d young museum to see the very same paintings i've been looking at for forty years i could name all of them the one that i go for i'll go right to the same amount of european and american a wing and i'll go look at william bradford's painting of a ships stuck in the ice in the antarctic it's a masterpiece but in the same room there are other mass the pieces which i don't have to enumerate the show you how esoteric i am so okay come out we gotta my friends restaurant pinocchio in north beachfront early lunch the streets are just you could die from the smell a marijuana in the streets coming down the street from one of those cafes where the bummer sit and smoke and blow in the street which by the way to me should be illegal because many people are sensitive to marijuana smoke and you're getting second so look at look at the falling schmuck the left with a cigarette smoke for years they waged the campaign against secondhand smoke what about the secondhand smoke marijuana more dangerous than tobacco smoke by the way biggest tobacco smoke if it should be dangerous as secondhand smoke will take years to have any effect whereas secondhand marijuana smokers instantaneous incidentally it should be outlawed but let let's put that aside from minute i take teddy out of the.
"drug overdose" Discussed on Reveal
"Shoes if one of these for operations takes a major legal head and that's the way it will stop since gel wasn't able to stop the opioid crisis from inside the da he's now trying to help stop it from the outside his advising several teams of lawyers who were going after the distributors they're planning to sue the opioid industry on behalf of several states for the harm they've caused joe hopes the companies will be made to pay for the devastation the epidemic has brought the countless cities and towns across america and that somehow he can make up for all the truckloads of pills he couldn't hold back when he worked for the da i'm not going away he i just not going to go away a lot of people died under my watch and i'm just not i have to lift the debt every day nor starch chess he produce that story with our partners at the washington post sixty minutes since the beginning of the opioid epidemic almost two hundred thousand people have died of prescription drug overdose that's more than three times the number of american soldiers killed in the vietnam war this reporting has caused a huge response in washington since it first came out in the fall of 2017 lawmakers hip oppose bills that would essentially reverse tom reno's law once again making it possible for the d a to slow the flow of pills from distributors 44 state attorneys general have called for the law to be scrapped and even the new head of joe ran as easy as department at the dea has called for it to be either amended or repealed.
"drug overdose" Discussed on Mentally Ch(ill)
"A song my my blue which is kind of fitting you love that song and it came through on my playlists the other day and i had to skip over it sure i'm you always remember like where you are away you're watching or something and you know i had a brain tumors like i remember what i was wearing when i got diagnose like when they brought merely give a brain tumor i remember the shirt i was wearing a never were that sure ever again really because i thought it was bad luck yeah so i know like what it's you know hearing that type in news effort in a few times of my life specially out of nowhere is absolutely when i heard kevin not i was ready to do stand up i was like about to go up and then i got the email i was like just flippant through my phone yeah and i just told the person like like i'm going home like something really bad happen and i just don't want to perform and then i just was like in a car dislike in just stunt so kevin died of a drug overdose and he was using drugs because of his depression arm i wanna say he was extremely depressed person that was years ago maybe two thousand bill like the mid2000s he had a very bad heroin problem but he was always depressed and he beat it and then he would go to these really bouts of depression and i think you always knew like if i take heroin like it can helmi would this arkhan numbed the pain as inked the pain of like being sad or being like having extreme anxiety of not being able to leave his house led to getting back into drugs like depression equalled druguse in a sense of like killing it i.
"drug overdose" Discussed on Fear Based Life
"Yeah that would i don't even know that would link weird and he was kind of he was just like a court well this is i don't know because i was so little when eat diet you're just call them said he's running around gin and drunken high was he's known to work on army these i don't know what happened to him he he died from a drug overdose is the information had been told by this and then get a suit i think you're allowed to go by that information uh well i unless you think your bombs lying to you well i'll wyoming herded it's day to you you're like maybe she laid eyes actually we okay uh have i mean so many so many eyes she told me at a heart attack because he took somebody's heart medication to try and get high and i was like um i don't i mean i'm not a drug users i don't but i'm like i never heard of a drug a heart drug medication that people take because they get high off of it um unless it's a painkiller for a heart problem oh wait you know what i mean it could be one of those things 'cause like supposedly like blood centers or things like that that like change your blood pressure and stuff they think might have to do with your heart can make people feel high i don't know i mean i again i don't know what have you ever just like asked her like why medication was it.
"drug overdose" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Pete was found unresponsive by his manager in his tour bus said first responders rendered medical aid but they were unable to save him after speaking with people on scene and going into the tourbus there was evidence of a possible drug overdose most likely xanax the evidence also as he took a picture of two prescription bills on his tong in and said screw it so it posted that hubbard xanax now it's you have the bits it was something i don't know if you could get enough bars you can you can do it you can really oh yeah those bars those are not like a normal xanax mm bribe at all i have of very very low dourthe prescription you'd be like the point to five point yeah i think up bars like ten of those you're speaking to a foreign language to me who needs of the aisle that someone's gonna call correct me but i think that's i think that's the fact the the long island rapper and singer was born gustav are ahr which would be great wrap named by itself i think it's way better than low pete gustav love level peeve he blended email and hip hop free distinctive singing and wrapping style which often highlighted his drug use so live by the sword you die by the sword i was listening to some of his stuff this afternoon okay it's not bad dessert dessert clean stuff ice we'll see we what does that mean we'll see what i was it was very clear but it was also hinges singing i wanted to get into thinking and the wrapping okay as i see evolve of all in on bright me too i mean you get my attention when you start talking about evoke as army mo a i got little pete x little tracy white wine clean yeah that's it all right a nervous no rahm young such a voice silenced zoia uh home what no she asia the bill nearly standpoint on nulan young you don't you okay well let's garbage the this wrap that these kids are into these days i and i hate to say out loud i know i know how what what what were the elderly people saying when the pc pleasure wrapping batters the same damn thing south and i'm about to say right now.
"drug overdose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Truth be told i never learn any of this during medical school or residency and i went to really good institutions everything that i've learned that i'm talking about now has been all on the job training were racrers where over fifty percent of the men and women have subs issues and then previously when i was a doctor to boston's homeless population among whom elite cause of death was drug overdose all of these things prompted me to learn more about addiction but doctors surgeons they really never got any of this training and hence their the miss prescribing that happened it's it's now it's not surprising is a change in what they teach at medical schools today because of the realization that no one understood how to deal with pain yes so that's a great question and so federal organisations and agencies lake sansa nyta nih and organizations like a seventy american for addiction medicine they're all really recognizing the strong need to educate medical students and trainees residents now in in in addiction an understanding that the brain biology and how substances like alcohol heroin and other opiates like percocet oxycontin how they bind to parts of the brain that control decisionmaking craving you know the the the amid villa which is the emotional center the fighter flight you know these these drugs these substances are hijacking the brain and preventing people from really controlling their behavior welcome owner how long ago was at first met you because of your expertise in the area of addiction what what are we learning today well we've learned an enormous amount with respect to how drugs saxony exactly can hijacked that there is very very apropos hijacked got sick with that are there are from evolution for for us to survive this is his indeed loss take them over on three at that patience new new bad ways that favour that search of the draw the motivation to take that draw at the expense of everything else and we've learned among other things that these changes brothers by drugs are very long lasting so when you stop taking the drugs and you say okay i don't have any remodel that is not correct that changes are still there and that.
"drug overdose" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Having me on the status is taking some new approaches you're you're on a redoubling some other efforts from from a giddy more information out there some new residential freeman beldsoe other approaches to to corral corral of prescription drugs in prescription opioids wanted to first talk about the the extent of of drug abuse in delaware certainly the loss of headlines of of overdose deaths recently in the state where do we stand as far as drug abuse in in in delaware yeah i mean we are in the midst of of a crisis around opioids opioid abuse and um unfortunately down so we we founded this alarm and around twenty ten when we thought that we had more people dying in our state from drug over it no other vehicle accidents and at that time we had about one hundred people die and delaware from drug overdose says well this past year in 2016 we had three hundred and eight people die from drug overdoses in delaware and in it since the beginning there has been a sick nificant percentage of of those individuals who gets were related to prescription opioid drug so pain relievers uh since that time now we've seen an increasing number of individual his jets have involved illicit drugs at big getting with heroin of.
"drug overdose" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Having name of the the status is taking some new approaches your your uh on a redoubling some other efforts from rome a giddy more information out there some new residential freeman beds other approaches to brian to corral a prescription drugs in prescription opioids wanted i talk about the the extent of a drug abuse in delaware certainly the loss of headlines of of overdose deaths recently in the state where do we stand as far as drug abuse in in in delaware yeah i mean we are in the next staff of a crisis around opioids opioid abuse and on unfortunately doubts so we founded this alarm and around twenty can when we saw that we have more people dying in our state from drug over it his daughter vehicle accidents in at that time we had about two hundred ball die and delaware from drug overdose as well they cashed here in 2016 we had three hundred and eight people die from drug overdoses in delaware and since the beginning there has been a sick napa can't percentage of of those individuals his guests were related to prescription opioids drugs ceo pain relievers on since that time now we've seen an increasing number of individuals his cats have involved illicit drugs at bay beginning with heroin which we saw i think john and hatched here we saw hundred and twenty deaths involved now which is now largely purchased on the streets and so uh we are in the midst of a crisis and we are doing all we can with many partners to china to get this crisis turned around it has dried that's numbers are really just a put that the iceberg uh we now that um most people are um are not getting treatments and we know that treatment can work and many people are now successfully in happily ian recovery and that's our.