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Moderna Reports COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy of 100% in Adolescents

Mitch Albom

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna Reports COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy of 100% in Adolescents

"Saris, covert bank scenes in the United States, says Their formula will now work for teenagers. Fox is Evan Brown. Reports mode. Erna reports their phase three clinical trials of their Corona virus vaccine on patients ages. 12 to 18. Showed a 100% efficacy rate, meaning none of the 3700 teams in the study developed symptoms or tested positive for Cove it after two weeks of receiving the second dose. It's expected Moderna will formally present these findings to regulators. It's competitive. Fizer is product is already being given to teens under an emergency use authorization. Both companies air seeking full FDA approval. Evan Brown, Fox

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"erna" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on AP News

"I'm Rita Fall away mode, Erna says It's Cove in 19 vaccine strongly protects Children as young as 12 that could make the Moderna vaccine. Moderna will submit data to the FDA early next month. Earlier this month, the U. S. Approved visors vaccine for Children as young as 12 on this one year anniversary of George Floyd's death. Ah Floyd. Family attorney says he hopes President Biden will renew his support for policing reform named for George Floyd. It would ban choke holds and no not police raids. Among other things, The Floyd family will meet with the president today at the White House. This afternoon. They'll be in the Oval Office for what spokeswoman Jen Psaki says will be a private meeting with the president. He has a genuine relationship with them. On the courage and grace of this family, and especially his daughter. Jonah has really stuff with the president's sake says the president hoped bipartisan congressional negotiators would have finished a policing overhaul bill named after Floyd by today, but he's encouraged that they're making progress. SOG, ERM AGONY Washington The tense truce between Israel and Hamas is holding This morning, Secretary of State Tony Blinken arrived in Israel and met with Prime Minister Netanyahu, after which he said those involved in the conflict have to address the underlying issues that are fueling it that begins with tackling the great humanitarian situation in Gaza. And starting to rebuild. The United States will work to rally international support around that effort. While also making our own significant contributions. Secretary Blinken will meet with the Palestinians, too, but not Hamas. European Airlines are avoiding Belarus after the European Union urged them to do that. On Sunday. Belarus forced down on Ryanair jetliner so it could arrest in opposition journalist This.

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"erna" Discussed on Powerful Patient

Powerful Patient

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on Powerful Patient

"So i think i've never left. Radi have the social part of my soul. And i moved into now lance emma and four years later i decided to leave the corporate world again to join this time and international global patient organisations. So it's it's one hands. I feel. I have a very weird background and on the other hand. I think it's son. What led me to dispossession because into corporate world. I spent my four years. And i'm also a global position Coordinating a global program educational program. So i think it was somehow taking steps in the same direction weirdly enough yes i think you're right and it's it sounds like your talents are coming together and just the right way for the i. K c c. I hope so. Because i think with all of us. Ngos non governmental organizations or nonprofits One of the first things. Now that i feel we needed to do is to create community because so many people with any ready sees feel so alone or even with a cancer diagnosis. You feel like you're the only one in the world who's going through this. You've never met this kind of terminology before you don't know any of these specialists it's all you're just out there in the woods by yourself and so creating community is that first step and and for the people who work in those nonprofits. I know when. I started With the organization I had never done this. But i needed to do for my son and so i was desperately looking for a peer group. Tra- somebody to guide me. How do i do this. What do i do and so that just bringing together. That international community of leaders of these support organizations is so critically important to thank. You and i absolutely agree with what you are saying. And this is actually one of my prayer priorities. And as as as i casey see And seeing word. I casey is going. One of my priorities is to really have a close connection to affiliate are and to be in touch with them. Goose basically. That's that's the biggest that we have and leave out ed's there is no need for cases the almost to exist so yeah community mortar. You've you've been interviewed by casey cure and I've i've picked up a poster to. That's on their website about Your your conversation with dana battle. Yeah and i love the reason you became involved in advocacy. What you stated on that you you state that the conviction is that the world could be changed for the better. We can do it only if we're doing it together. And then you went on to add you. Know we're rethinking all these things lightly on on the global responsibility and no matter what condition your diagnosed with as an individual. You don't have to have the biggest the most popular the most common malady To matter in the naked difference. And can you add to that a little bit more. What you're what you're bringing to the kidney catcher on a lack. That's definitely my very strong conviction..

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Journalist arrested and pepper-sprayed during BLM protests pleaded: 'This is my job'

Pacifica Evening News

09:55 min | 1 year ago

Journalist arrested and pepper-sprayed during BLM protests pleaded: 'This is my job'

"Andreas, A hoary is on trial for misdemeanor charges related to her arrest of the Black lives matter. Protests last May She pleaded not guilty, saying she repeatedly told police she was a member of the press when officers were attempting to disperse the crowd. Carlos Martinez, Dallas Erna of the Committee to Protect Journalists as the incident aligns with many other situations involving reporters last year. He says the public needs to be paying attention. This is not a privilege for journalism is a privilege for the public in terms of the First Amendment protects the right to access needs about issues of interest. His group says It's troubling for prosecutors to take the case to trial when so many other US reporters detained during protests last year, eventually saw their charges dropped. Authorities in Polk County argues so hurry wasn't wearing her credentials. But her defenders insist press protection still should have applied and that she was arrested for doing her job. Tina's Dallas Erna says local governments need to avoid these patterns and should instead work with the press to foster an environment to transparency. He says not doing so will only add to the fake news rhetoric that emerged under former President Donald Trump in the US are facing the new reality in terms of their safety into the how they go about report Tunisians of public interest, according to the US Press Freedom tracker. Nearly 130 journalists were arrested last year as social justice protests unfolded across the country. Of those arrested nearly a dozen still face charges, including so

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Kroger Giving $100 To Workers Who Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Home Fix It Show

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Kroger Giving $100 To Workers Who Get COVID-19 Vaccine

"And an update now on a local supermarket, trying to keep its workers and customers safe from the coronavirus. WSB is Robin Walensky explains Kroger, offering its employees 100 bucks if they follow through and get both doses of the current mood. Erna or Fizer vaccine, The employees will have to show a paper that proves they got the shot. Workers who won't be getting it due to medical or religious reasons, can complete and educational health and safety class instead and still receive the one time

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"erna" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Alto. I did drugs was arrested and ended up homeless. Thankfully, all that is long behind me. But being a punk rocker with a shady past is still part of who I am through hard work and wild twists of fate and now lead the worldwide accounting function for foreign currency software company. That was a little girl and never dreamed a booking journal entries. I'm working with auditors. It seemed and pathetic, old to my life. Many imagine a corporate accountant as a man in a business suit a woman in a pencil skirt with a blazer even here in Silicon Valley with its casual stereotypes. If you don't get the corporate mold, there's a good chance you are not taken seriously. In my case, it is resulted in job rejections, missed opportunities and sometimes contempt. I may have visible tattoos, but I am a bad ass accountant with a personal history that taught me the value of hard work investing in myself and others humility, thinking outside the box and being tenacious as hell. My untraditional experiences has added perspective in value to corporate environment That shouldn't be overlooked, unfortunate that I'm at a point in my career that I could be authentic about these experiences. I know many others aren't Alcohol, drugs and homelessness often and unfairly defined someone rather than being a small part of what's being offered. It takes guts and ownership for anyone with such a past to apply for a position, and it demonstrates the growth mindset that managers often look for I believe and savory experiences build character that most colleges can't offer and these experiences could be refrained to include the value they bring. Potential is about the future, not past history or alternative looks. Not everyone fits the mom that maybe it's time the corporate mold was broken with Doc Martens, safety pins and a perspective I'm tame arse. Erna Thomas Erna is a mosh pitting corporate accountant born and raised in the South Bay and you.

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"erna" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ahead and you know, take the plunge is all I can say 1 809 37 88 50 Pledge online at kqed dot orc slash donate you news of the world that is very heavy. Believe me, I listened to a lot of it and I get it. So what can you do? What can we do? We can be part of the solution by being a member of KQED Public radio. Indeed, and our friends Gerry and Sandra Drat Lor are going above and beyond, as members that are concerned citizens and people who love quality journalism by putting $2000 on the line this hour if you get on board in the next couple of minutes, all the way up, frankly, to the top of the hour. You will have your gift. Be a $5.10 dollars $20.1 time gift of $100. It will be doubled. That's a great return on your money, But it's not gonna happen until you make that gift of support. So please give us a call 1 809 378850. Or go to the website KQED dot org's slash donate and thank you, Greg. And we'll check in with you again later. Right now we're gonna go to traffic. It's Joe McConnell. Among the traffic jams. Southie ditty Before 9 80 down towards Oak Street. It's slam because of a two or three different crashes have been reported over the last 40 minutes or so. Caltrain number two of five is delayed 21 minutes at the Hayward Park Caltrain station because of mechanical problems. 12 westbound Jamison Canyon Road, Mid Canyon Report of a crash their new details where we can see it's backing up to red Top. Joe McConnell for KQED. Thank you, Joe. It's time now. For perspective. That's part of our daily listener. COMMENTARY. SYRIZA's too Marce Erna breaks the mold of everything you think of when you imagine a corporate accountant and maybe that's a good thing. Here's her perspective. I grew up listening to the cramps, skinny puppy butthole surfers and drinking their outside Rocky Horror Picture show on University Avenue, Paolo Alto. I did drugs was arrested and ended up homeless. Thankfully, all that is long behind me. But being a punk rocker with a shady past is still part of who I am through hard work and wild twists of fate and now lead the worldwide accounting function for foreign currency software company. When I was a little girl and never dreamed of booking journal entries. I'm working with auditors. It seemed and synthetic Aeltus my life. Many imagine a corporate accountant as a man in a business suit a woman in a pencil skirt with a blazer. Even here in Silicon Valley with its casual stereotypes. If you don't get the corporate mold, there's a good chance you are not taken seriously. In my case, it is resulted in job rejections, missed opportunities and sometimes contempt. I may have visible tattoos. I am a bad ass accountant with a personal history that taught me the value of hard work investing in myself and others humility, thinking outside the box and being tenacious as hell. My untraditional experiences has added perspective in value to corporate environment that shouldn't be overlooked. Unfortunate, But I'm at a point in my career that I could be authentic about these experiences, but I know many others aren't Alcohol, drugs and homelessness often and unfairly defined someone rather than being a small part of what's being offered. It takes guts and ownership for anyone with such a past to apply for a position, and it demonstrates the growth mindset that managers often look for I believe and savory experiences build character that most colleges can't offer and these experiences can be refrained to include the value they bring. Potential is about the future, not past history or alternative looks. Not everyone fits the mold that maybe it's time the corporate mold was broken. With Doc Martens, safety pins and a perspective I'm tame arse. Erna Tamer CERN A is a mosh, pitting corporate accountant born and raised in the South Bay. You can share your thoughts on her commentary online at kqed dot org's slash perspectives. And that's also where you can find out how to submit one of your own support for perspectives.

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European Union agency approves Moderna's Covid vaccine

WBZ Morning News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

European Union agency approves Moderna's Covid vaccine

"Key European Union agency has now officially recommending the approval of a vaccine from mode Erna becoming the second in the block of countries to come up with a vaccine that is approved for residents to be inoculated.

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U.S. plans to ship 6 million Moderna doses

The Heatwave Air Experts

06:27 min | 1 year ago

U.S. plans to ship 6 million Moderna doses

"Vaccine out very soon. On Tuesday, the FDA confirmed that modern is to dose vaccine is safe and effective. The first week of the rollout of the Madonna vaccine were expected to ship out six million doses. The government also bought another 100 million doses from and Erna or a total of 200 million at a cost of 3.2 billion. More on all the good vaccine is will speak to Sarah over mall Healthcare reporter at Politico. This is basically deja vu for last week, so the fighter vaccine it was authorized by FDA last week on very similar data, which is why we are pretty confident about the trajectory for this, Madonna one. We expect that after a expert advisory panel meets on Thursday, the FDA could be authorizing it as In as Friday morning as it did the visor. And then we will have a CDC panel meeting over the weekend to talk about recommendations for who this goes to first. But because they are really similar vaccines, they have a very similar technology called Messenger RNA. They also have almost identical, effective district. We can expect some of the same things. There are some important distinctions for them. Oh, Darrin. I want especially with her and populations that they have different data for. For instance, it shows that it's more effective and younger people than it is in people over the age of 65. That could be a really important distinction. As we roll these this is out and find out that maybe the size or one is more ideal for nursing homes and the Magenta. One might be more ideal for people who work in high exposure areas but are necessarily is older. Somebody who's any more vulnerable situation. So these are the things we're gonna find out over the next few days. But All right. We could, as of next week have a million more doses to be shipping out across the country. The initial round of doses are obviously limited. How many doses air we're gonna be able to see Go out in the first push. So they're actually really more of the mod Janet. This is out in the first post than there were of the Visor. One's government officials have said that nearly six million will be put out into more than 3000 sites. Next week. If we do have this authorized, which were expected to that's in comparison to shoot 0.9 million doses from Kaiser that going out as we speak and 2.9 million from visor that had been held back for a second dose so between the two of them Each has promised 20 million doses. A piece this month, which is 40 million total. But they all are Cheetos regiments. You can think of this as 20 million very high need people getting doses this month. There was some criticism with the government's action on the visor vaccine for not buying that extension or extra doses. But on this case with the Madonna vaccine, the U. S. It exercise their right to buy 100 million additional doses of the Madonna vaccine. Tell us a little bit about that. And then the cost associated with it? Because this one is a little more closely tied to operation warp speed. The government gave Moderna more money to develop this whole thing. Exactly. And so they had options with both of those pharmaceutical companies to buy 100 million doses originally, But the option to buy hundreds of millions more with each of them to christen lately has been that they did not exercise that option when they could have with visor, So they had an option to buy up to 500 million doses from them. And according to size, sir, they offered that to the government multiple times in the government didn't take them up on that. And so they moved on. They have signed multiple different agreements with other countries in the world. I mean, think about the entire world Once he's highly effective vaccines so kind of to them that loss or TOC shore up our supplies here in the United States, the United States announced late last week that they would buy 100 million more of the Modano vaccine, and that brings the total cost more damage to 3.2. Million dollars, which is I popping. But when you think about how much his company which has never actually mass produced a vaccine or product ever before Madonna, this is going to be their first authorized products. The huge undertaking. That's why there's so much money going towards this. So you can think about this as the U. S trying to shore up its supplies in this arena, but it also has multiple other agreements out there with Six manufacturers total to get if everything goes right, 900 billion doses that might seem like Ah, lot like way too much for the U. S. But we don't know how many of those air going toe work. We even just learned last week that another vaccine from Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline is going to be delayed until the end of 2021 because they didn't get really good results. So this is why the U. S government betting so big Yeah, and the modern of vaccine, for its part is easier to ship and store them. The Fizer one is so you know, maybe this vaccine will make it into rule areas a little more easily. So there's benefits you know, and pros and cons to each one kind of on this, so at least a good thing that they bought a bunch of those extra orders. And last thing I wanted to ask real quick was just about How much the Madonna vaccine protects. There's been things made that it can reduce severe effects of coronavirus. They're hoping obviously, that it'll reduce transmission rates. But that's kind of what the focus was of their study as well. And just how effective this would be. So that was something we learned in the Food and Drug Administration briefing documents Tuesday morning was that not only is this effective broadly, but there's a suggestion that after the first dose in my daddy didn't have curbed infections, and you might think that's pretty obvious. That's what vaccine you just supposed to do. But we don't actually know yet how effective vaccines would be a preventing transmission, which is kind of the ultimate goal. We don't want people to have to get sick in the first place. This indicates that the magenta vaccine might be able to do that and then, like you said with severe Covert illness. There are really promising results from the Madonna vaccine. There were 30 severe illnesses in the placebo arm and none in the vaccine arm. That's great news. So we actually have between this adviser to really promising candidates. First out of the gate. We kind of couldn't expect the Better To be honest, too. Now, you know, it's the challenge of getting this out to people getting into the people who need it most right away and meeting the demand that we know we're gonna have and the United States and also in the world. Sarah over mall Healthcare reporter at Politico. Thank you very much for joining us. Oh, I thank you for having me take political

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"erna" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Virus vaccine has made it Fizer and now moved Erna have done it. It's getting distributed now nationwide, including here in the Commonwealth. So do you think the P a secretary of health would indicate now that maybe just maybe it's time to begin going back. To normal, not the new, normal to normal and live as free Americans. The secretary of health has just admitted vaccines mean nothing. It's just a tool. It's not a cure. You can still get it. Maybe The vaccine will keep you from getting seriously ill, says the tweet yesterday. So what are we all excited about? What's the wind here? I'm asking. How's it end? We asked the same question. I've been asking for weeks and weeks and weeks. How do people open their businesses again? How do kids get back into five day? A week school again? How do you and I go about our daily lives and not wear a mask in the wall wall without being forced to again? How does that happen again? How The answer's not vaccine. So what? What's the answer? Anybody have one? Anybody in medicine listening to me that wants to impart their wisdom. You know, because I'm just a dumb talk show host. Who asks dumb rhetorical questions that are dangerous and outrageous and insensitive to public health. Well, here we are. Way have this remarkable amazing vaccine on his way. And the secretary of health in Pennsylvania has announced. It's just a tool in the tool kit. It's not a cure. And maybe we'll keep you from getting severely ill if you take it. That's the tweet. Check it out. Posted on Facebook. Posted on parlor posted it on Instagram posted it on Twitter. Just so you could see it for yourself. I'm not making it up. Read the freak shows tweet for yourself. That's what cousin it just tweeted yesterday. Vaccines don't amount to a hill of beans. What are we doing? What are we waiting on? Wire people committing suicide in this country. Why are businesses closing? Why are kids sitting in living rooms around card tables? Trying to learn from a computer screen? If a vaccine is just a tool in the tool kit that isn't cure and may keep you from getting severely ill? If, in fact you contract Cove it. What are we waiting on? Can anyone answer my question? Is there a soul? Is there a living being? That can answer my question right now. What are we waiting on? Can anyone answer it? The answer is no. There is no answer. The answer is Cove. It is a thing that is here and will always be here and you and I are going to have to learn to live with it. That's the answer. It was always the answer. And there is no stopping it. And there is no managing it. And there are no rules to follow enough that will keep people from catching it. That's the answer. But a far sexier and appealing bureaucratic answer is strap Everybody in behind masks. Limit movement and gathering. And exude the most controls that you possibly can get away with under the guise of public health. And keep turning the screws to the folks to see how long they're willing to let you do it. And let's just see how destructive we can be in the process. Let's see if we can squeeze the life out of every independent business person in this country. Let's see if we can crush the independent spirit and will of the people in this country until everyone is dependent is that it? Is that the end game starting to think maybe it is Don't have any choice to think otherwise, because we've been waiting and waiting and waiting for this grand day called a vaccine. And then what are we met with? All the vaccines, not a cure. Oh, no, no, no, no. In fact, you could still get Cove it even with the vaccine. Vaccine may keep you from getting severely ill, but it's certainly no cure. It's just a tool in the tool kit. Yeah. You're a thoughtful person, and so am I. So maybe this question is not for you, but I do wonder. You think these Karen's these freak show nanny state panicking morons that have been running around like chicken little all year shaming you to wear your mask and keep me safe. And let's be safe and everyone be safe. Stay home. Stay home to be safe. Stay safe. Do you think all those idiots do they have a shred a scintilla? Of introspection. When they read tweets from cousin ITT that say a vaccine is not a cure. You think they have a scintilla of introspection when they read Vaccine May May Keep you from getting severely ill. If you contract Cove ID. Is there any introspection? From the chicken Littles who have been running This country and our neighborhoods and our businesses in our communities. Our city's council in our school boards there any introspection from these idiots? Do they realize now that the answer is there is no answer and that this never ends. You think any of them do That's the question. Still An important question that has not been answered yet. How does the Corona virus pandemic end?.

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"erna" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It has led to a lockdown in London, A growing number of European countries halted flights from the U K on Sunday. Cuomo says he's worried that the federal government is not taking action here. Right now, this variant in the UK is getting on a plane and flying to JFK, Cuomo says. About six British Flights a day are still arriving at JFK Airport and that at a minimum arriving passengers should be tested for the virus. David Folk Thomas W. O R News, New Jersey lawmakers said to vote today on an economic relief package. Governor Murphy says the package support small businesses drives economic growth and reforms, the state's tax incentive system. The vice president or president elect Joe Biden says a bipartisan agreement on coronavirus of relief is welcome news bite and says $900 billion bill is just the beginning, and more work is needed. He says he was happy to see lawmakers reaching across the aisle for a compromise. He calls it a model for the challenging work ahead. The deal announced last night by the Senate Majority leader, Mitch McConnell particular request an absence of President Trump and his administration are agreement will provide another round of direct Impact payments. Help households make ends meet and continue. Our economic recovery. But the Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer's blaming Republicans for the hold up and says they could have done Maury Mint on this package could be summed up The expression better late than never. Although I know many of my Republican colleagues wished it was never more vaccinations. Residents of the Hebrew home in the Bronx will get the Fizer vaccine today, Frontline workers across New Jersey rolling up their sleeves to get the first dose of the corona virus vaccine this week. Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick was the first to vaccinate healthcare workers last week. Meanwhile, a new vaccine from mode Erna is being shipped around the country this weekend and today, doctors here in South Florida are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Madonna's Corona virus vaccine. More than two dozen hospitals here will get a shipment this week and statewide 367,000 doses are expected. Governor Rhonda Santa's saying 173 hospitals across 43 counties that did not receive visors vaccine will be included this round. Florida has been hard hit by the pandemic reporting 8400 additional cases and 95 deaths on Sunday. Lionel Boys, ABC NEWS, Miami President. Trump reportedly held a White House meeting to discuss the next step in his fight of the election results, and there were apparently some eye opening discussions. Correspondent Faith of Blue Bay Has that story for B C news. Now learning of a heated Oval Office meeting Friday in attendance lawyer Sidney Powell the conspiracy theorists Trump recently fired from his legal team sources telling ABC News Trump contemplated trying to get Paul High level security clearances and naming her a special counsel to investigate the 2020 election. Ah move. The president has no power to make retired Military general Michael Flynn, who Trump recently parted, suggesting The president took the unprecedented step of declaring martial law and ordering the military to rewrite elections in critical states. He lost Correspondent. Faith of Obey A driver was killed after his car slammed into the back of a New York City sanitation truck in Brooklyn is happened early Sunday near East 88th Street and Flatlands Avenue. Incan RC 32 year old Kenneth Paine Field was driving his Nissan Ultima about four o'clock this morning when he drove right into the back. Of the truck. None of the sanitation workers were injured. Mayor De Blasio's trying to clear up some confusion about bathroom use for outdoor dining in New York City fact sheet that the city sent out. Last week stated that outdoor dining customers were not allowed to use the restaurant's indoor bathrooms to help reduce the risk of coronavirus Mayor says that was a mistake. People dining outside can use the bathrooms and a two governor, Cuomo said the city issued the guidance without clearing it with him. Checking our sports news first one of the season for the Jets, they beat the Rams 23 2 20, just now one and 13 the Giants with another loss. They lose Sunday night to Cleveland, 20 to 6 Colt McCoy, a substituting for Daniel Jones, who still out with an injury. The Giants, now a game back of Washington for first place in the NFC East..

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"erna" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Shouldn't will be cut by 40%, according to the CDC. Other states expecting smaller shipments include Missouri, Iowa, Michigan, Illinois, Montana, Kansas, Nebraska, New Hampshire and Indiana to senior Trump Administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told The Associated Press. Initial numbers provided two states were projections not fixed allocations and states will receive their full allocations might cross yet. Washington. Meanwhile, the head of the Food and Drug Administration says his agency is moving quickly to authorize a second. Covert 19 vaccine this, the key advisory panel endorsed the vaccine from mode Erna, paving the way for to be added to the vaccination campaign oversees, the Dutch health minister says once they get approval from the European Union's medicines agency You're going to start using the fires or bio in tech shots. January 8th first vaccines going to staff and nursing homes and other health care professionals in neighboring Germany of vaccinations would start in nursing homes. December 27. An intrusion into computer systems around the globe, believed to be carried out by Russia increasingly alarming U. S authorities, according to one U. S official. This is looking like it's the worst hacking case in the history of America, the official says. The Trump Administration is working on the assumption that most if not all government agencies were compromised. The Homeland Security Department Cyber Security unit says the hack poses a grave risk. It's White House correspondent. Great Clugston Reporting. Now futures are down 11 points, Maura Town hall dot com. Writing involves financial risk. It is not suitable for all investors. Past results do not guarantee future performance stock market Have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the hope for a coveted vaccine on the rise, shifting political landscape and the election at an end? It's virtually impossible to.

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"erna" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The prize club is courtesy of Hackensack, Meridian Health and New Jersey one a 1.5. New Jersey's first news, 5 44 is to bring in our chief meteorologist, Dan Zero. All ears are on you today, Dan for the track of this nor'easter, and the forecast depends entirely on just how much mixing with sleet We see later today. The storm system. As of yesterday's forecast, draw track dragged North a little bit. That is a warmer solution for New Jersey. We are still expecting big snow to the north, Big rain to the South. But it's the middle that really poses a problem. Now this morning, it is quiet just mostly cloudy and cold, mainly in the twenties, and that'll set the scene for snow and rain to arrive early to mid afternoon. That means by this evening's commute Road conditions could get pretty sloppy and a slippery especially away from the coast. Now, as we move into this evening, after six or seven o'clock, things ramp up even more. First of all, we'll see some of that snow transition to sleep or rain. It's true for all but far northern New Jersey and this evening's also when we'll see the heaviest snow, sleet and rain and the strongest winds. They're really going to be whipping top. Gus will be 40 to 60 miles an hour. That could cause some power outages tomorrow. The storm wrapped up in the morning, We'll probably have a period of light snow just about everywhere as it wraps up moderate coastal flooding is a concern during tomorrow morning's high tide cycle. Then the sun comes out. It'll be breezy and cold tomorrow highs lower to mid thirties New Jersey one A 1.5 news time is now 5 45 around the state around the clock. This is New Jersey's first news. Good morning. I'm Eric Scott among our top stories this morning. Many schools are already on all remote schedule, which means if it snows, kids are not going to get a snow day. A second Kobe vaccine from mode Erna could be approved by the FDA by the end of the Begin sports that seem ready to spend big to bring in players as they reach agreement with free agent catcher James McCann. It's a four year deal worth over 10 Year. Your bus stop forecast at New Jersey Fast traffic is next. If it's happening in New Jersey, it's happening on New Jersey one a 1.5 Wanna hear something amazing Discover matches all the cash back. You're in on your credit card at the end of your first year automatically dollar for dollar with no limit on how much you can earn. Extra cash. Come on. How amazing is.

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"erna" Discussed on X96

X96

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on X96

"The book. The right stuff is even better. Talks all about Chuck and What's his name? Sam Sheppard played Chuck Yeager in the movie. And I don't watch that movie again. I really like that. Andre. Let's see now. Chuck, eager. He was a famous guy. There are lots of famous Hollywood actors and they're all greedy. They're just all greedy. They just want money, Money money. Um, with this. Uh, saying we're going now We're going to release all of these movies in the theater and on streaming at the same time. This is this is made actors worried about their compensation. Because they generally get a piece of the What's going on back in. Yeah, the big the big stars to last month, Warner Brothers quietly approached two of Hollywood's biggest talent agencies, William Morris Endeavor and Creative Artists. Said. They want it. We want to release Wonder Woman 1984 in theaters and on screaming. And we also want to get gal Gadot onboard with this plan and what that means it's being willing to take less money. She, um She has a contract. Mm mm. And that contract would say that she gets money from the theatrical run. And, uh well. But she's going to get less money from the theatrical run because nobody's going to see it in theaters so I don't think she's purposely giving up money. She's not gonna make money off box office anyway. I think she's going to say then you'll have to find another way to compensate me. Because because I agreed to the, uh her agents will say we agree to the percentage of the box office because you're not willing to just give her that money up front. S O. Okay. All right. Here's how will agree to that She's worth all of that was what her agent would say. And they're probably right. She's worth all of that. But okay. If we if you if you have to have that in there, then we'll, But now there's not going. There's definitely not gonna be any box office. I think the agents are going to go back and say We need all the money then. Because, well, they're greedy. I mean, it's it's you know, Hollywood stars money owed to her or am I agree? Henry Island, New and all those guys that money that the road but you're right contracts going forward or probably gonna look Different. Yeah. Well, that's why this whole releasing everything on HBO. Max thing is that apparently Warner Brothers just announced it. You know, they didn't really let anybody but you just said. Here's what we're going to do. They were putting it out there. They didn't talk Torto Gal Gadot agents about it. So well, she signed off on it. She's been promoting it, so she she must be okay with it. And you know, her agents must say, Don't worry, we'll take care of it. It's some of the other filmmakers that are making bigger noise. A 90 year old British grandmother became the first person in a western country to get the jab. Get the coronavirus Jabba's They put it. On Dstets of saying a shot and great Britain. They say you get a jab. Margaret Keenan, who turns 91 next week, said it was the best early birthday present. I could have my advice to anyone offer. The vaccine is to take it. And if I can have it at 90, you can have it to please get vaccinated. And so this is rolling out in great Britain. Uh, extremely quickly. The second person to get a job, by the way was Interestingly enough, His name was William Shakespeare. It is. Apparently, that's his real name. This guys and now Bill Gates has control of both of them. What will he do here in nothing. Here in the United States. We're still not ready to go. We still haven't had are. We still haven't had our the FDA sign off on it. Both Fizer and Mordor Erna, the two major companies likely to receive Emergency authorization for the Koven 19 vaccine in the coming weeks in the United States have rejected invitations from President Trump. To appear at a White House vaccine summit today, because mainly the vaccine summit was designed to say Look how great we're doing with the vaccine. Look what all this wonderful stuff we're doing and mode. Erna and Fizer didn't want to be any part of that. The Trump Administration has openly feuded with fives or in recent weeks over its involvement in Operation Warp speed, and the timing of the data released showing its vaccine to be highly effective, but had nonetheless invited The CEO to appear on a panel about the back vaccine development process. Mod Erna CEO also was invited. Neither of them will attend. Oh, and The Trump. Administration had a chance to get a bunch of extra vaccines, and they turned that down. What? Why would they do? I don't know. I'm not really Clear why they would pass on extra doses, but they did. Fives are offered in late summer to sell the U. S government. Additional doses of covert 19 vaccine, according to people familiar with the matter now fires or may not be able to provide more of its vaccine to the US until next June because of its commitments to other countries. Now. See when I first read that headline. I was like this is just he's doing this to sabotage the new Biden administration. But now you tell me that it's in the summer and so my deepest suspicions were confirmed, and that's just their stupid. It Z really what it is. No, I don't think we'll tell him. We won't need him. No. Well, it's just gonna go away. Why would we pay for that? It's just gonna go away is the administration scrambles to try to purchase more doses of the vaccine? President Trump Plans to sign an executive order today to ensure the United States government prioritizes getting the vaccine to American citizens before sending it to other nations too late. You already said No, We don't want those. You said that some months ago. I don't get it. I just don't get I feel really bad for Uh, Ben McAdams. I don't think we talked about it yesterday, but the pictures of Ben McAdams on Twitter. This is our One term congressman. Democrat Ben McAdams. Packing up his office. And he's sitting there in his office in Washington, D. C. In front of a box of things that he's putting in. He's putting stuff in the box, and one of the things he's putting in the box is the portrait of radio from hell. Cary villain Gina. It's a photo that he's had on his wall in his Washington D. C office and he said in his tweet I don't know. I guess I'll take this back to you. Who are you? Tall with me? Maybe I could take it to the National Portrait Gallery. Maybe they'll want it. Um I think that's probably true. I think it'll end up in. It's a photo of us and it'll end up in the national Portrait Gallery. You guys probably don't know that that ended up being a story on the local news. Oh, yeah, I heard. That was my mom called me and she's like you were on channel tude. Yeah, I heard about that. Just just recently. Yeah, they did a story on that tweet. You're packing up his office for this. Yeah, This is this is a picture that's been with me for a long time. I've been you know, I would say Leave it behind. It might not be the best of luck. Maybe that's what could be Maybe maybe we jinxed you. I don't believe it As a curse for Burgess owns. Yeah, I don't want my picture number just someone's office because he would say Look at those Utah Huns on the wall because he doesn't know how to say Utahns because he was this one. He's not from here. Have you seen this picture? Masses of shrimp eggs. Floating on the Great Salt Lake. No masses of shrimp eggs are floating on the Great Salt Lake. It looks like an oil slick. Great Salt Lake. It's billions of brine shrimp eggs. Known as this is so nice known as cysts that form when wind and currents align in certain ways, But these these are this is further proof that Utah's Great Salt Lake is a productive ecosystem because there's Brian shrimp out there..

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Moderna Asks FDA for Emergency Vaccine Approval

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Moderna Asks FDA for Emergency Vaccine Approval

"About disinfectants. The biotech company mode. Erna has asked regulators in the U. S and Europe to authorize use of its covert 19 vaccine after it was shown to be 94% effective in a full analysis of a pivotal study. The timing keeps the vaccine on track. Become possibly the second to go into use in the U. S. By the end of the year, after one already under regulatory review from Fizer and its German partner, with inoculation available to the general public likely in spring or summer if the FDA gives the green light distribution could start within weeks. Coronavirus Task Force member, Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke during a Facebook live event. We have it within our power to get ourselves through this until we ultimately get a vaccine. Which would be you know, as we say, Help is on the way. But it's not here yet. Moderna, a 10 year old company, headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, expects to have enough doses by the end of the year for

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"erna" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The personal pension plan. So let me summarize real quick, the starters. The personal pension plan. This particular program guarantees 7.2% every year for 10 years at at any time during the 10 years. You can begin drawing income from this account and that income is going to be guaranteed for the rest of your life. I was using the example of somebody who wants to retire in five years. So this person would make a deposit. It would grow by a guaranteed 7.2% every year for five years and then, at the end of five years when they retire, they will start drawing income from this account. And that income will last until the day they die. Even if and this is very important, even if you live to be 100 years old, and the cash in the account goes to zero. Now there's a great benefit here. Actually, let me put it put it this way. You have a couple of choices Number one you can. You can take the risk that the market will perform properly that the retirement nest egg will grow. Plus, it's gonna last as long as you do. War number two. You can lock in and guaranteed growth rate 7.2%, and that guaranteed growth rate will be followed by guaranteed income until the day you die. Those are the choices now. I personally, I do both. Okay, I do both. There's no, There's no reason why you can't do both. I like having certain guarantees, and I'm willing to put up with a certain amount of risk. Now, all in all, my pretty conservative person and I don't take a bunch of chances of don't take almost any chances when it comes to my retirement. There are other accounts where I might take some risk. But when it comes to retirement, I want this to be secure. I don't want to lay awake wondering what's going to happen next. Soto learn more about the personal pension plan 7.2% guaranteed for 10 years. Give us a shout. The toll free number is 8889795995 again. That number is 888. 9795995 press number two When you hear the recording, leave us your name and number give you call on Monday Get you all the information. Get you a good education now on another note. We also talked about a couple of nice, safe parking places for your money that will pay you a decent sum. We have a three year program that's guaranteed to pay 2.4% compound interest. So for any, you know, money, market savings account CD money, things like that. Which the interest rates are practically zero. 2.4% guaranteed for three years. Pretty good deal. Also, we have 3.15% guaranteed for five years. Those programs or compound interest. Both programs the You know the accounts are insured, guaranteed. You don't have to worry about that very conservative stuff here, so learn more. Give us a call. 8889795995 again. The toll free number is 88897959. 95. You're going to hear a recording to press number to leave us your name and phone number. If there is a specific time you'd like me to call, let me know. I promised to call everybody on Monday. And maybe Tuesday and maybe Wednesday. We will see depends on whether I get a hold of you or not. So With all of that said, Let's go back to some of the other stuff we were talking about. We know we know that the markets have been volatile that this this process continues. You know, Johnson and Johnson has not announced their vaccine yet, but mode Erna and, um Flies or have And as soon as they know, they may be announces the market skyrocketed. And then you know, a couple of days later, the euphoria wears often they come back down again. And so this up and down motion is very costly. It's not a good thing. No, I'd rather see Slow, steady growth. You know, the retirement is very much like the fable about the tortoise and the hare. When it comes to retirement. The tortoise is your friend, not the hair. So very important. One of a stops fables, right? Very important lesson here, okay? So because of the spike in unemployment. There have been some major changes in the way our state, local governments, federal government collect revenue and there's there's going to be some major problems here. First of all, we know that because of the spike in unemployment, there's less Social Security and Medicare taxes being collected. This is going to lead to some major problems. Now. It's forecast and you know you got to take government forecasts with a grain of salt. But social security and depending upon where you look and who you look at, in which estimate you look at is going to run out between 2031 2035. And I know what people think They're like. That's more than 10 years from now. I'll deal with it when I get there. Well, you know. It's funny and and government time. You know, 45 years in.

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"erna" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I was using the example of somebody who wants to retire in five years. So this person would make a deposit. It would grow by a guaranteed 7.2% every year for five years and then, at the end of five years when they retire, they will start drawing income from this account. And that income will last until the day they die. Even if and this is very important, even if you live to be 100 years old, and the cash in the account goes to zero. Now there's a great benefit here. Actually, look, Let me put it to put it this way. You have a couple of choices Number one you can. You can take the risk that the market will perform properly. That the retirement nest egg will grow. Plus, it's going to last as long as you do, or number two you can lock in and guaranteed growth rate 7.2%. That guaranteed growth rate will be followed by guaranteed income until the day you die. Those those are the choices now. I personally, I do both. Okay, I do both. There's no, There's no reason why you can't do both. I like having certain guarantees, and I'm willing to put up with a certain amount of risk. Now, all in all, my pretty conservative person and I don't take a bunch of chances. I don't take almost any chances when it comes to my retirement. There are other accounts where I might take some risks. But when it comes to retirement, I want this to be secure. I don't want to lay awake wondering what's going to happen next. Soto learn more about the personal pension plan 7.2% guaranteed for 10 years. Give us a shout. The toll free number is 888979. 5995 again. That number is 8889795995 press number two When you hear the recording, leave us your name and number Give you a call on Monday. Get you all the information get you a good education now on another note. We also talked about a couple of nice, safe parking places for your money that will pay you a decent sum. We have a three year program that's guaranteed to pay 2.4% compound interest. So for any, you know, money, market savings account CD money, things like that. Which the interest rates are practically zero. 2.4% guaranteed for three years. Pretty good deal. Also, we have 3.15% guaranteed for five years. Those programs or compound interest. Both programs the You know the accounts are insured, guaranteed. You don't have to worry about that very conservative stuff here, so learn more. Give us a call. 8889795995 again. The toll free number is 88897959. 95. You're going to hear a recording to press number to leave us your name and phone number. If there is a specific time you'd like me to call, let me know. I promised to call everybody on Monday. And maybe Tuesday and maybe Wednesday. We will see that's on whether I get a hold of you or not. So With all of that said, Let's go back to some of the other stuff we were talking about. We know we know that the markets have been volatile that this this part process continues. You know, Johnson and Johnson has not announced their vaccine yet, but mode Erna and, um Flies or have and as soon as they know they made the announcement is the market skyrocketed. And then you know, a couple of days later, the euphoria wears often they come back down again. And so this up and down motion is very costly. It's not a good thing. No, I'd rather see Slow, steady growth. You know, the retirement is very much like the fable about the tortoise and the hare. When it comes to retirement. The tortoise is your friend, not the hair so very important. One of Aesop's fables, Right? Very important lesson here, okay? So because of the spike in unemployment. There have been some major changes in the way our state, local governments, federal government collect revenue and there's there's going to be some major problems here. First of all, we know that because of the spike in unemployment, there's less Social Security and Medicare taxes being collected. This is going to lead to some major problems. Now. It's forecast and you know you got to take government forecasts with grain of salt. But social security and depending upon where you look and who you look at, in which estimate you look at is going to run out between 2031 2035. And I know what people think They're like. That's more than 10 years from now. I'll deal with it when I get there. Well, you know. It's funny and, um, and government time, you know, 45 years in government, time is is tomorrow. It's almost now. So because they can't fix things that fast. They have to fix them in advance. Now, if they try and fix him on the fly, they usually get that wrong. But so we know. Okay, so social Security is going to run out. Between 2031 in 2035. Now what does that mean? On the conservative side. The estimates are a 20% cut in benefits. Now my personal opinion is that cut could be as much as 25%, and they're going to have to do other things like raise the mandatory or raise the retirement age. So for me my full retirement age of 67, you know, used to be 65 for many years. It was 66. Now it's 67. And that number should probably be between 68 70. Don't be surprised. If that happens, I will not be the least bit surprised if that happens. And it's out of necessity..

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"erna" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

Sex with Dr. Jess

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on Sex with Dr. Jess

"Are you seeing a lot of anger or rage attached to that anxiety. Because i'm noticing with me that i'm just snappier than ever I wouldn't i wouldn't call it rage necessarily but i just like every little thing irritates me when it didn't use to and one thing that i had kind of a discovery this week doc i i was thinking i was thinking about kind of my frustration and my anxiety. I'm i'm a very low anxiety person. Normally and i actually love stress and i really enjoy risk. And that's part of why i've kind of designed maybe subconsciously or maybe purposely. My work the way. I have right flying all the time you know. Maybe you missed the flight. Maybe you make it in time. Maybe you don't. Those are the types of things that many people find distressful. But i actually take comfort in it and i realized just last week that even though i'm still doing my work in many ways i've i've lost my job because my job really entailed travel every traveling every week and working with groups in person and i'm lucky that i'm still getting to do some work online but there is a real sense of loss to the lifestyle that i was accustomed to living that again. I know most people wouldn't wanna live that lifestyle right. Sometimes people say oh. Can you pack in your bag. And i'm like you would not want to do what i'm doing. No i know it's sort of his view. You're a little bit like me. You like to bounce around. So so i made it all about me. Let's let's talk about. Let's talk about frustration and anger. Are you seeing a lot of that. Yeah well frustration you know slash anger irritability right those are all or can be manifestations of both anxiety and depression and you know in a in a case such as yourself where you were really you designed your professional personal but also professional lifestyle to the degree that you wanted it right. You had agency and ownership of that and what this pandemic has done is essentially taken that away right and for people who are very independent. Are you know. Yeah are independent spirits. This pandemic has been hard to deal with because it's made them feel out of control right. Something was taken away from them rather quickly and there's this feeling that they can't really do much about it and that for sure can trigger erna ability anger in many people right but especially people with that very sort of self sufficient independent spirit. Yeah you know something that came up with my therapist Has to do with. How travel creates chemicals that i tend to be low in so she talked a little bit to me about you know having adhd and being one of those people that bounces around. And how my job or my. I mean it's not a job. My business allows me to naturally cope because the intensity and the toback scheduling of travel helped to create some of those chemicals. Right that i might be naturally low. And so she she was saying. It's almost like madison right. So many people with different diagnoses have different coping mechanism. Some people will take meds but up for other people. It has to do with lifestyle changes. So i don't know what you see. Many clients with adhd and how they're coping during the pandemic. I come from the corporate world so a lot of my clients are executives Or entrepreneurs right and naturally they tend to be More greater risk takers like you were saying before they tend to be Thrive on good stress and look..

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Attachment Styles, Overcoming Anxiety And How to Feel More Secure

Sex with Dr. Jess

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Attachment Styles, Overcoming Anxiety And How to Feel More Secure

"Joining us. Today is dr jeannette giulio. a clinical psychologist. Ceo and founder of path will clinic in toronto and a friend of mine. Nice to see you from afar. Likewise dr jess. How're you doing. I'm hanging in there. how about you same. You know when one day at a time. We're you know we're in toronto. So we are now in lockdown again. the next twenty seven days. But who's counting. You know so taking it one day at a time. So are you. Seeing patients. Virtually as well. Yes in person as well so mental health. At least where i practice ontario has been deemed an essential service which means i can see clients in person and some people. Just prefer that What i am primarily seeing clients virtually which is nice who a lot of clients now as you know are working from home So that doesn't get in the way of them. Doing therapy can talk to them from anyhow anywhere now so i probably seeing about seventy percent or so of my clients. Virtually in about thirty in person. Okay and are you seeing anything pop up or any themes since the onset of covid. Yes for sure So anxiety is say the number one presentation that i'm seeing and that's true where people maybe are experiencing anxiety pre pandemic and now is just been exacerbated but i'm also seeing a lot of new anxiety and people who don't have any history of it are now quite fearful and anxious not necessarily you know about the virus itself or contracting there some of that really. The anxiety relates more to Just the unknown right in the uncertainty of this all and what this means for them right personally professionally financially. Uncertainty is a hard thing for people to deal with right and we've never been a more uncertain time as of now so this is triggering a lot of anxiety and what i'm seeing now because we're now in months nine ish kind of this pandemic I'm now starting to see depression. That's now have emanated right from the consequences of lock downs in the various restrictions. That we've been under So you know we were talking earlier on. It's been a busy time are not just for me for all of my colleagues in mental health. I've never seen anything like this in my career. Certainly i've never been this busy so a lot of people are having a hard time with everything that's happening. Yeah that makes sense an icon ask. Are you seeing a lot of anger or rage attached to that anxiety. Because i'm noticing with me that i'm just snappier than ever I wouldn't i wouldn't call it rage necessarily but i just like every little thing irritates me when it didn't use to and one thing that i had kind of a discovery this week doc i i was thinking i was thinking about kind of my frustration and my anxiety. I'm i'm a very low anxiety person. Normally and i actually love stress and i really enjoy risk. And that's part of why i've kind of designed maybe subconsciously or maybe purposely. My work the way. I have right flying all the time you know. Maybe you missed the flight. Maybe you make it in time. Maybe you don't. Those are the types of things that many people find distressful. But i actually take comfort in it and i realized just last week that even though i'm still doing my work in many ways i've i've lost my job because my job really entailed travel every traveling every week and working with groups in person and i'm lucky that i'm still getting to do some work online but there is a real sense of loss to the lifestyle that i was accustomed to living that again. I know most people wouldn't wanna live that lifestyle right. Sometimes people say oh. Can you pack in your bag. And i'm like you would not want to do what i'm doing. No i know it's sort of his view. You're a little bit like me. You like to bounce around. So so i made it all about me. Let's let's talk about. Let's talk about frustration and anger. Are you seeing a lot of that. Yeah well frustration you know slash anger irritability right those are all or can be manifestations of both anxiety and depression and you know in a in a case such as yourself where you were really you designed your professional personal but also professional lifestyle to the degree that you wanted it right. You had agency and ownership of that and what this pandemic has done is essentially taken that away right and for people who are very independent. Are you know. Yeah are independent spirits. This pandemic has been hard to deal with because it's made them feel out of control right. Something was taken away from them rather quickly and there's this feeling that they can't really do much about it and that for sure can trigger erna ability anger in many people right but especially people with that very sort of self sufficient independent spirit.

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"erna" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"How about some good news? How about some vaccine stuff? Pharmacies and two bodies, side effects Vaccines stuff. So Fizer comes out about a week ago and says, We've got a vaccine. We're ready to roll. Let's dance 90% effective, right, and we're excited. Well, then this mode Erna company from Massachusetts comes out of left field and says, Oh, yeah. Our vaccine is ready to go and it's 94.5% effective LCU 95. I'll see your 90% of efficacy rate and raising 95%. Well now, Fizer says they've Dunmore testing. They've Dunmore examinations here. And their vaccine is also 95%. They raise it. It's up from 90 to 95%. So five there was like, Oh, okay, Moderna, you want to run with your 94.5 were also at 95% Put that in your crack pipe and smoke Well, modern has got the advantage because they only have to put it in the fridge, and they don't have to dilute it. With the fires of vaccine. You gotta keep it. It's sub zero temperatures. There's some logistic concerns on transporting it. I like really gonna have a Problem. Either way, we're getting both these things out as soon as they're ready, But the Madonna they have, like, Oh, yeah. You have to keep him in, like the sub zero igloos your vaccine really, and was put mine in the fridge. Nice try. The U. S. Officials have said. The dating 20 million vaccine doses between Moderna and Fizer will be available for distribution in December. So that's good news for some more vaccine stuff. I need more mood music. So this is the second day in a row. We've had a Dolly Parton story and regards to vaccines. Way had a story yesterday that Dominic Parton donated $1 million to Moderna to help kind of kick start. The vaccine touch so dominant partner earlier today went on the Today show talking about her $1 million donation that made this whole thing possible. Yeah, that's what I understand this morning. I haven't read up enough. They told me that just four went on the air. Then they may be asking me about that. So I'm just happy that anything I do can help somebody else. When I donated the money to the covered fund. I just wanted it to do good and Daily. It is. Let's just say we find a cure real soon. Dolly Parton is a national treasure that needs to be protected at all costs. Is this anyway, coinciding with her second appearance on the cover of Playboy was just like all promotional it very well could be a and I'm here for all of it. Everything. As a matter of fact, In the same interview on the Today show, Dolly Parton was asked what she would do if she had to work in a building with Matt Bear. Well, I'll stay with her a couple of Wranglers to go upstairs, and she knows it. That's.

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"erna" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And two bodies, side effects Vaccines stuff? So visor comes out about a week ago and says, We've got a vaccine. We're ready to roll. Let's dance 90% effective, right, and we're excited. Well, then this mode Erna company from Massachusetts comes out of left field and says, Oh, yeah. Our vaccine is ready to go. And it's 94.5% effective. I'll see you 95, or 90% of efficacy rate and raising 95%. Well now, Fizer says they've Dunmore testing. They've Dunmore examinations here. And their vaccine is also 95% 0. They raised it, It's up. From 90 to 95%. So five there was like, Oh, okay, Moderna, you want to run with your 94.5 were also at 95% Put that in your crack pipe and smoke Well, modern has got the advantage because they only have to put it in the fridge and they don't have to dilute it. With the fires of vaccine. You gotta keep it. It's sub zero temperatures. There's some logistic concerns on transporting it. I don't really have a problem either way of getting both these things. Out assumes the ready but the Madonna they have, like, Oh, yeah. You have to keep him in, like the sub zero igloos your vaccine really? And was put mine in the fridge. Nice try. The U. S. Officials have said that they think 20 million vaccine doses between Moderna and Fizer will be available for distribution in December. So that's good news for some more vaccine stuff. I need more mood music. I.

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Moderna close to revealing first data on whether its vaccine works

Bloomberg Best

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna close to revealing first data on whether its vaccine works

"Were her told, is close to announcing its early findings on its vaccine. This company uses messenger are in a technology very similar to the approach that Pfizer uses. Top experts in the field are saying that they think it's going to prove to be highly effective in the regular session mode. Erna was up 8.4%. Chairs are extending gains right now, in the after hours session, I'm seeing a spike of around 1.3%.

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"erna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"erna" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Very just shove it in there. Of a love that in any created innuendo. God Stoner Steve reaching for the heights. Outer space is only 01 hour drive away. If your car could drive straight up. So, uh, looks like a plane goes to 35,000 feet. You could do seven miles in seven minutes. If you were just driving 60 miles, and now our verdict. I mean, who would take you less mind Space wood to get to Wisconsin? This time it was constant feels like dollars, based I have a question. Okay, so my understanding And I don't know why has always been that you experienced time differently when you're in space. Like for us, you may be gone for let's say a year but To you and asks Erna. It's seven years. Is that a thing? Trip? Yeah. This is starting to feel like Oh, it's already sent along..

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"erna" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"erna" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"6742 right lanes closed there. And I 75 South found at the eye for the Rampton eastbound for is closed. Paul Cross News radio w F Ella. Partly cloudy skies possibility of a mostly inland shower thunderstorm this evening temperatures upper eighties obviously very warm and humid. Another day. We stay in our westerly flow pattern, meaning the possibility of morning in midday showers and drifting inland in the afternoon. Overall rain chance about 30% 92 for a high for Thursday, transitioning back into more of a typical pattern, with afternoon storms 30% rain chance overall on Thursday 93 then 40% chance of mostly afternoon and evening storms culture to the West Coast Sea breeze. High of 92 voters. Northwest winds 5 to 10 sees one too smooth Conditions. Bay Waters. I'm news Channel eight. Chief meteorologist Steve Jervis. Catch the Schmidt Show Live every weekday afternoon from 3 to 6 on 12. 50. W wait. Kenzi Impact radio. Roger that is the show. Important and this is not a joke. Breaking news Sounder. This is the real deal. Erna has announced that they're Corona virus. Vaccine.

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Norway's PM Holds Coronavirus Press Conference For Kids

Thom Hartmann

02:02 min | 2 years ago

Norway's PM Holds Coronavirus Press Conference For Kids

"Meanwhile the prime minister of Norway this was two days ago I believe it was three days ago held a children only cover nineteen press conference this is just beautiful this is from a S. P. S. dot com dot a you with the the the one of the Australian newspapers and a Norwegian prime minister Erna Solberg on Monday held a children only press conference on the coronavirus Norway has closed everything private institutions schools kindergartens everything and the prime minister of Norway said it's been special days many children think it's scary this is what she said to the kids at the beginning of the press conference she said it's okay she said it's been special days and many of the children for think it is scary it's okay to be scared when so many things happen at the same time but let's you know let's just answer all your questions and so they took questions from the children who were watching things like can I have a birthday party can I visit my grandparents after I went to the shopping center how long does it take to make a vaccine what can I do to help other people she gave answers like by being home you're helping other people not to be contaminated and get sick it's important for those who already have a disease or who are old so you know we we need to help those people she said if somebody has a birthday in the class everybody should ring them others call them and sing Happy Birthday the press conference was held by the world health organization's director general as a quote great initiative he said educating children and responding to their questions and covert nineteen can help reduce their anxiety and address their uncertainty during this difficult time he said just because you are in school the she said this is the prime minister of Norway she she ended the press conference by telling the kids just because you're in school doesn't mean you shouldn't learn things and it's a good thing to learn but the the uncertainty thing is the big thing you know people can deal with with crisis but it's much harder to deal with

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"erna" Discussed on X96

X96

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"erna" Discussed on X96

"Like that song on this day the singer slowly Erna for god's back was born on this date in nineteen sixty eight nineteen sixty eight so bill's going on a trip today yes any as impact yet I meant to pack last night but I fell asleep the so now I don't think the planes until like twelve fifty five so I like to be there two hours ahead of time but it's not absolutely necessary get there by you you're only if you're a little bit early yeah maybe the say we can we can handle the owner of the week that might be a good idea you just take off yeah thanks thank you that's a good idea from I eight were were very happy that you're going on this trip yes we think you need to read you won't have to put up with the next week I'm just hoping you come back well rested and relaxed well I do too that's the that's the do you have plans to do anything is the de ID one zero around one thing going to drive on Sunday I drives a two hour drive to Tucson visit with my old friend and two hour drive back and that's all you should have planned that's really all I have everything else should just be you know sitting by the pool or you should sleep tell you can't sleep anymore which this resort yeah it's a Hilton resort and it's all around golf Lima golf but you know they're like five different swimming pools and it's one of those big sprawling resort places and there are there some looks like some beautiful countryside around there like for hiking trails like that but I don't even know if I'll do that yeah I would even do the IBM I think you should sleep as much as you want to sleep in yeah that's what I mean that's my plan is I just want to sleep in a hang out a lot go to the bar and sit by the pool have a good meal only read books and get to know the cause here well you know okay sugared reservations places well there's a there's really no place to go is outside of it's not far out yeah it's for you know so then you have to decide where to go it's just all there is pretty much there that's great yeah so with theirs the thought was well if we stay in a nice hotel right downtown or should we and we start looking around and this was actually less expensive than a nice hotel right downtown see it's the high sixties today in Phoenix I want to be warmer than that Jerry said it was in the mid seventies the yesterday in in Tucson so mid seventies that's that you can go to the pool if it's mid seventies I'm high sixties I don't know who you're going to get in the pool or you just gonna be by the I usually don't get in it much unless it's really hot metal getting in to cool off but it'll be seventy three tomorrow how bout that that's okay that's that's good enough for pools now sure maybe it's a heated pool I'm sure they are and you know and may I don't know we'll see it's a it's a Hilton resort so we'll see the food should be okay and I don't really want to do much I think probably probably gets new golf cleats at the pro shop sure you know then the other two envelopes to some cigars and and hang out with a bunch of fat guys probably Republicans though yeah probably you're gonna over here some good conversation yeah this is Arizona that's right very red state I hope so yeah not very relaxed should were like your your bone all your **** or your your music is evil to you sure and or your your Jane's addiction make sure my zippers always part way down and do you radio and if you have a ground floor with an open door to the outside don't do like I did sleep with the door open yeah is the cause critters can come well they didn't but I was chastised by the people who own the house where I was staying with I said yeah I was just so nice we just had the the doors open last night you did what there was beautiful this is look first of all scorpions second of all and I hope I get to hear those coyotes ascent second all coyotes first of all scorpions and I'm like why are we living in this hell hole there are poisonous lizards everywhere why do you live here we like it here you're insane I was in Phoenix one tonight and it it just was not and I was in like downtown feet and it was not pretty I didn't care for now but but there's beautiful countryside organizer countryside around it yeah this was out I want to say too so I want to say that's where was out why did you go there the wedding and now I want to say it was too soon nice at night but but there there's only that what does nothing to there's nothing to recommend pulling out Arizona to make just like spread out across the desert like it's now it's just bizarre we're live at we chose to live in a helps game so don't sleep with the doors open there are parts of Arizona that are much more attractive but much prettier than Phoenix yeah like I would have thought you would on the likes of donor something well yeah but you will sit down I think I remember we went to Phoenix because because there was it was just on a whim this was several months ago there was a real cheap flight and so my wife's a one room let's get this will go to Phoenix in February okay my brother lives there with his wife and he almost every day takes a picture of himself at the pool like even this time he's there David yeah is there the boom every day I bet is there a better if I go on Instagram there's a picture she working pool he's going to school well let's take a break we'll get to **** fight coming up a reasonable amount of news and then you can leave when when you will all do that thank you let's see what we need to talk about Scott hill plumbing heating and air Oscott hail listen if you need a furnace repair this is who you want to call Scott fail they'll do a furnace repair give you just that's a hundred Bucks off a three hundred dollar repair.

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US, Iran and President discussed on

02:20 min | 4 years ago

US, Iran and President discussed on

"Is very much indeed let's get some more details, when it comes to these fresh US sanctions on Iran which. Have kicked in they prevent the government from trading golden other precious metals and block the nation from selling or acquiring various indus- industrial. Metals the. US has also found plans to impose tougher penalties on the country's oil sales in November in a, televised address president Ronnie said that Iran is open to talks if the US is sincere but insisted such a dialogue would be pointless while his nation is being hit with. Sanctions. HAMAs Amman negotiations and sanctions at the same time is meaningless if someone. Stands in. Front of. His rival or enemy in pushes the. Knife against their, arm in, seeks talks, the respond to that he. Should, I put the knife in his pocket income to negotiating table and use logic. That was Iran's president how Sandra Harney, speaking through a translator to wildfires, in northern California I have combined to create the biggest in the state's history it's, forced thousands of people to flee their homes around one hundred miles to the north of, San Francisco there's another smaller Blace in the southern Orange County. But firefighters there are struggling to keep it away from properties Jim MacKenzie is from the US forest service what's going to continue now. This fire. Is going to be continue to move into various portions of the park right now they're trying to, figure out exactly what our alternatives are where we can take action Meanwhile climate change scientists are warning the earth is heading, towards an, irreversible hothouse state even if carbon emission, targets are met they say keeping global warming to within one and a half to two degrees celsius could be more. Difficult than previously. Assessed researches from Australia. Denmark and Germany argue. Even a smaller temperature rise could spark feedback loops which in turn. Could raise temperatures by as much as four. Or five degrees celsius and SpaceX has successfully launched an Indonesian. Satellite into orbit this morning eight marks another milestone in its bid to quickly re use rockets in its. Fifteenth mission this year global news twenty four hours, a day on Erna take talk on Twitter powered by more. Than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in. More than one hundred twenty countries I'm Markus Karlsson this is Bloomberg markets.

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