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It's flu vaccine time and seniors need revved-up shots

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

It's flu vaccine time and seniors need revved-up shots

"Seniors are being advised to ask for a special high dose flu shot this year Doctors want vaccine where the Americans to remember not to skip their flu shot this year for the first time doctors are urging Americans 65 and older to get a special extra strength kind of flu shot There are three types made with higher doses or an immune boosting ingredient as people get older their immune system doesn't respond as strongly to standard flu vaccinations Influenza specialist doctor Richard webby with saint Jude's children's research hospital in Memphis says the bottom line is the extra strength shots do work better for people 65 or older Vaccinations are recommended for everyone ages 6 months and up flu hit historically low levels during the pandemic but children's hospitals are already seeing an unusually early spike in respiratory infections and Australia went through its worst flu season in 5 years foreshadowing what countries in the northern hemisphere can expect I'm Jennifer King

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 2 months ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At the same time? Yeah, people should definitely schedule their flu vaccine, Australia had a very rough flu season and what happens in the southern hemisphere can sometimes foretell what might happen here in the U.S.. Health officials say it's safe to take the flu vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine at the same time. I did that last weekend it played back to school the next morning felt totally fine. And my three pointer was still pretty nice. Nice. I'm sure nothing but net. Let's turn now to another disease that was impacting the region. Where do we stand with the monkeypox outbreak? Yeah, New York City 7 day average of monkeypox cases is really dropped off. The city's averaging about 18 cases a day, a month ago was closer to 60. This drop off mirrors what's happening nationally too. The city's vaccination effort is still really solid, the health department continues to open up large batches of appointments in the rollout has vaccinated about 90,000 people so far. At this state level, health officials have released guidance for colleges and universities about monkeypox. People can find that by going to health dot NY dot gov. That was doubling NYC's health and science editor secon egg pan speaking with janae P year on the latest episode of consider this. You can subscribe to consider this wherever you get your podcasts. Support for WNYC comes from focus features, presenting this silent twins, based on the true story of June and Jennifer gibbons, identical twins who communicated only with each other and found their voice through a world of imagination, now playing only in theaters. Later on morning edition veterans and caregivers who are part of a popular Department of Veterans Affairs program are breathing easier after three year grace period on unen enrollment was announced. More on that next hour. In the upper 50s this morning in the city, even cooler other places and clear out there sunny and 77 for a high today in Central Park and then tomorrow mostly sunny and 80 warmer on Sunday up to the mid 80s up and be surprised if some areas reach even closer to 90. It's 5 51. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steven skeet. And I'm Rachel Martin, if a dio gatling remembers when he met the teacher who would change his life. Musician Eli paperboy

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | 7 months ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WTOP

"Scientists say the annual flu vaccine could offer important lessons That's according to a commentary co authored by a top CDC official Now published in the lancet They also warned that vaccine effectiveness will get increasingly harder to study as the share of Americans who are unvaccinated shrinks and the number of unvaccinated Americans who have survived the disease with natural immunity will grow The FDA plans to meet with outside vaccine advisers to discuss them Montgomery county based novavax vaccine vaccines for young kids from 5 younger than 5 from Moderna and Pfizer as well as strain specific boosters coming this fall Vice president Kamala Harris has now tested negative for COVID 6 days after she got a positive test the vice president had been her husband cleared to return to The White House tomorrow Press secretary kirstjen Allen says Harris was prescribed the antiviral treatment paxil vid last week She's now negative the vice president will continue to wear a mask around others this week and that is in line with CDC guidance Meantime late night TV comedian Jimmy Kimmel has COVID In a tweet to his nearly 12 million followers the host of Jimmy Kimmel Live announced his diagnosis saying he and his family are feeling fine and he is double vexed and boosted Comic Mike for a big Leah will fill in wild Kimmel recovers Kimmel's diagnosis comes less than two weeks after Stephen Colbert of the Late Show canceled several shows because he tested positive and late night Jose Seth Meyers came down with a breakthrough COVID case in January.

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Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:02 min | 10 months ago

Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

"First. Doctor Malone, welcome to the Salem radio network. Thank you very much, mister gorka and thank you for the opportunity to speak to you and to your audience today. Well, I could spend the next hour just rattling off your curriculum vitae and your various qualifications in the scientific world for those who didn't see your hours long interview with Joe who haven't seen all the interviews you've given with my friend and my former colleague Steve Bannon. Would you mind would you indulge us for a second for those across the country for whom you are a new name just to give us a prey see of your background and your relationship, for example, to the mRNA vaccines that are so in the news currently? Well, for your audience, I have been vetted and have secret clearance with Department of Defense. I've won over $8 billion or managed them for in government grants and contracts. I typically work very closely with the Department of Defense defense threat reduction agency. Kim biodefense group and have for decades, I have been a vaccine developer and innovator for well over 30 years as when I was a graduate student, I had a series of discoveries that led to 9 issued U.S. patents and numerous international patents that include all of the core technology for what we call RNA and DNA vaccines, including the first proof of concept reduction to practice using an RNA vaccine in a mouse model to produce immune responses against the envelope glycoprotein of aids. So an aids vaccine candidate my first major contract was with as a newly minted MD intern at UC Davis was with the Department of the Navy for development of an aids vaccine. I am trained at northwestern university for my NDI hold a license in the state of Maryland. I'm trained in my graduate studies at the salk institute and UC San Diego undergraduate biochemistry UC Davis multiple research fellowships at UC Davis in the department of pathology was an academic for well over a decade reaching associate professor level at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. So that's the DoD medical school. In D.C., I have been involved in way too many outbreaks intimately. I spearheaded for DoD for quite a while. The development of their Ebola vaccine candidate, which eventually I brought murk in. It was licensed to American. It's now the licensed Ebola vaccine. I've worked on flu vaccines. I've worked on literally all the biodefense vaccines used to work under contract directly for DoD at dying port vaccine company.

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The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 1 year ago

The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz

"The earlier part, I want to make sure our audience understands it. So even though if it's a series of viruses introduced by the flu vaccine, has there been research done to actually be able to find the markers of what this is? It's not just the flu vaccine. It's literally every vaccine and see no, I know, but it all seemed to culminate within one year. But then you say it's because of the masking and the fear and the immunosuppression. And the culmination is kill the most vulnerable. Who's being injected? It's a medical racism. Children are getting injected. But the elderly. They're very people with the disease. Again, you've got an emergency use, and the reason I mentioned Ebola is because Doctor John, who is the head of that team of Christians and is from where I'm from and to her, California and leading the healthcare system there. He did two things when he suspected the doctor got infected. And that it was actually contagious Ebola that Tony Fauci and company had been created. So they sent contagious Ebola. What did he give him? He gave him hydroxychloroquine. And saline, a quiet room, prayed for him, prayed for him. The book, the day, sorry, the book called for life by Kent and amber Brantley. That's the Doctor Who got sick. And so we remember the cover up is Tony Fauci and Obama in a plane went to the CDC. This was just when senator posey, I believe a Florida was going to bring to Congress to the Senate and unveil the thousands of pages of documents of the crimes committed in these vaccine programs in the tens of millions of people murdered and injured around the world starting with 8. And that's what the movie plandemic is about. Plandemic shows you the history, and that's why Mickey Willis can elevate films. They called it plandemic and I called it a plandemic because we've witnessed this since HIV aids, where gain of function studies were done to make a virus more deadly and then develop

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Flu Season (MM #3871)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Flu Season (MM #3871)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, every October, experts start telling us to get our flu shots because technically, October to May, is flu season, and this year doctors don't know what to expect. Last year in the midst of COVID before the vaccine, we really didn't know what was going on. We didn't know if we would have more flu, less flu, we were in the middle of a pandemic. Again, this year, people are more active. We now have the vaccine, but people are a little hesitant to get a flu vaccine. Now we've already gotten ours, got ours a couple of weeks ago just in case because I'll be honest with you. I don't know what to expect. And I'm going to take all the precautions I can, trusting the experts. Flu season is here until May. I always thought it was later than that in all honesty. To be honest with you, I never get flu until usually January of February. If I do get it, reason being, I'm around more people during the holidays. Get the flu shot, it's going to help you out, and even if you don't get the flu, better safe than sorry. Right now it's tough to tell people to get vaccines, whether it's for COVID or flu or whatever it is, but it's best to go out and take precautions just in case because we really don't know what's going on.

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Flu Season (MM #3871)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Flu Season (MM #3871)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, every October, experts start telling us to get our flu shots because technically, October to May, is flu season, and this year doctors don't know what to expect. Last year in the midst of COVID before the vaccine, we really didn't know what was going on. We didn't know if we would have more flu, less flu, we were in the middle of a pandemic. Again, this year, people are more active. We now have the vaccine, but people are a little hesitant to get a flu vaccine. Now we've already gotten ours, got ours a couple of weeks ago just in case because I'll be honest with you. I don't know what to expect. And I'm going to take all the precautions I can, trusting the experts. Flu season is here until May. I always thought it was later than that in all honesty. To be honest with you, I never get flu until usually January of February. If I do get it, reason being, I'm around more people during the holidays. Get the flu shot, it's going to help you out, and even if you don't get the flu, better safe than sorry. Right now it's tough to tell people to get vaccines, whether it's for COVID or flu or whatever it is, but it's best to go out and take precautions just in case because we really don't know what's going on.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Baby Your Baby

Baby Your Baby

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Baby Your Baby

"And you can get them really anywhere. Yes. So anyone 6 months of age or older may be vaccinated against influenza. And there are certain high risk groups that are especially prone to getting sick with influenza and getting very sick with influenza. So that includes kids that are under the age of 5, but especially under the age of two, anybody who has chronic illnesses, whether they be respiratory or cardiac associated neurological illnesses, diabetes, rheumatology, associated illnesses, and then pregnant women are also very susceptible to getting sick and very sick, even to the point of needing to be hospitalized with influenza. And in addition to that, anybody 65 years and older also is at greater risk for contracting flu. And there is a high dose flu vaccine that's available for 65 years of age and older population to be vaccinated against influenza. And as you mentioned, there are so many places available to get your flu vaccine, the Department of Health is also able to offer those vaccines. But contact your healthcare provider or come up to primary children's our flu shot spot is located in the eccles outpatient building, no appointment necessary Monday through Friday 8 30 a.m. to 5 p.m. perfect here and thank you so much for all of the information and walking our listeners through the importance of getting their flu vaccine this year. We appreciate your time. Thank you. And that concludes this episode of the baby your baby podcast. Thanks for joining me, Jade Elliot, and our guest for this week's baby your baby podcast. If you have a topic that you'd like our baby your baby experts to discuss, leave us a comment and don't forget to subscribe. Baby your baby is a KU TV two news podcast and is sponsored by intermountain healthcare, Broadway media, and the Utah Department of Health..

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Baby Your Baby

Baby Your Baby

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Baby Your Baby

"Is it safe for pregnant women to get the flu shot? Yes, in fact, it's recommended for pregnant women to get the flu shot. The flu vaccine is only available for people who are 6 months of age and older. So for moms to get vaccinated while they're pregnant, is the only way that they're going to be able to be protected themselves and then provide protection for their newborn child as well. Otherwise there are a few people who wouldn't be eligible to get the vaccine, but mostly that has to do with their current health status. Everybody really 6 months of age and older should be able to get the flu vaccine unless your doctor tells you otherwise. And they're pretty widely available. I mean, you can go just about anywhere these days. And get your flu vaccination, right? It's true they have flu vaccines even in local pharmacies. You can drop by and get a flu vaccine. Doctor's office, we also have a public flu vaccine clinic at parent primary children's that is open Monday through Friday 8 30 to 5 p.m. and we accept drop ins, no appointment is required. And I've even heard of some schools. I know my son's school, in particular, they're doing like a flu vaccination night. And they're kind of seeming it all around Halloween. It's called the flus and booze or something like that. And they're promoting the flu vaccination for students, which I think is great because, you know, that's sometimes that's the only, you know, the only way we can get that vaccine in our kid's arms. And so I think that's great that they're helping out with families. Yes, it is. I love that. I hadn't heard about that before, but any there's a lot of community options out there for getting your flu vaccine. Yeah, and you know, like you were saying, it's just, you know, another step that we can take to help not only keep ourselves and our families safe, but our communities safe as well. You had mentioned that we had started to possibly see a couple of cases of the flu already coming back into Utah. Yes, we have. We have seen a few cases of influenza already this year in Utah. So it's already begun to circulate. And the CDC does recommend that you get your flu shot when it's available. So now is a great time to go and get your flu shot. It takes a couple of weeks for full immunity to develop once you are vaccinated. So it's best to get it before there's too much flu going around. If you wait until influenza is running rampant in the community, you might get sick with it before your immunity develops after getting your flu shot. So think about that when you're considering the timing of influenza vaccine. Get it at least two weeks before you want to be fully protected against it. Sure. And you know, you're also saying that, you know, any sort of major flu outbreak, that could lead to other problems with providing care as well. We've already seen some RSV also and that can there can be a correlation with that between the flu and RSV and outbreaks like that, right? Oh, definitely. Once we start seeing respiratory infections on the rise, there's always a risk that we'll see more respiratory infections. And RSV is enjoying a very early surge this year. We started seeing RSV escalate in our community in July. Now typically this doesn't happen until later in the year. So in order to prevent these co infections, it's really easy to get one illness and while you're immune system is working so hard to try to get you better from that, it's not able to always fight off all the other illnesses you may come in contact with. Doing as much as you can to prevent yourself from getting sick by getting a flu vaccine and a COVID vaccine will help you from getting sick with other illnesses as well. Now, if you could look into your magic 8 ball, which, you know, that's predict in the future right now. And we're talking about RSV, and we know we saw that early surge in the summer, which is rare. Yes, very rare. Looking forward prediction wise, if you could, I'm not trying to put you on the spot. But what does that look like then come a winter? If we've already seen this early surge, does that mean maybe it's come and gone or do you think that that means it's only going to get worse come winter? I believe it's only going to get worse if you look at the data that is out there right now it is still continuing to climb. And it will continue to get worse as winter keeps us indoors more and prevents us from being outside. It's just a prime environment for respiratory viruses to be able to circulate. We spend more time with families and loved ones in close contact during the winter months. These are all the kinds of situations that lend to spread of respiratory viruses. And so because of that, once again, the importance of getting our flu shot protecting ourselves from something that we know we can protect ourselves from is crucial right now. Exactly. The flu shot in and the COVID-19 vaccine. And then, you know, we still have to remember all of the same hygiene protocols that we've been so diligent about practicing. Of course, you know, keeping our hands clean and washed and surface is clean and washed and seeing when we don't feel well. Or, you know, if our kids don't feel well, keep them home from school. I mean, we can't let those things go by the way said either. You're exactly right. And this is so important that we continue utilizing the same methods that we started with last year with COVID. Using good hand hygiene and helping our kids, utilize good hand hygiene as well. Wearing masks when the situation calls for it. Getting vaccinated against these vaccine preventable diseases. Staying home when we're ill, the interesting thing about influenza is you can become infected with influenza and start shedding the virus about 24 hours before you start showing symptoms of influenza. And that means that you could be making other people sick if you're not taking those precautions washing your hands covering your cough and you'll continue to shed that virus for 5 to 7 days after you start showing symptoms. So to be aware of that and to keep yourself and your loved ones protected, just be aware that you'll continue to shed that virus for a few days after you start showing symptoms. And that is a good reminder that a lot of people might not automatically think about when it comes to getting the flu. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. I think we tend to think as soon as a fever is gone that we can go back to work or we can go back to school. But we should be aware, especially with influenza of that continued shedding of virus that will go on for a few days after our symptoms start. Yeah, absolutely. Well, let's break it down one more time for our listeners just so that they know, you know, where they can get their flu vaccines and who is able to get them because it's really anyone.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Baby Your Baby

Baby Your Baby

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Baby Your Baby

"Sharon suter, registered nurse with primary children's hospital. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me. All right, we are talking about the flu vaccine, of course, vaccines in general are a big topic right now during the season we're in. And the flu vaccine is not one to be overlooked. You're saying right now it's actually more important than ever. We didn't see a lot of flu last winter, though. But we're hearing now this year from the CDC that they do projected it'll come back and of course not only with the flu, but then, you know, on top of everything else going on with COVID-19, continuing to circulate. You guys are saying that getting your flu vaccine is definitely important, not something that should be overlooked this year. That's right. So we've already seen some flu cases in Utah this year. Last year, just with all of the social distancing and the masking mandates and the COVID-19 restrictions that were in place, we didn't see a lot of any respiratory illnesses, particularly the flu. But this year with already seeing flu cases in the community, it's more important than ever to get you and your family vaccinated against influenza. So you can prevent having those potential co infections and especially from being hospitalized or hospitals are already very overwhelmed with COVID-19 as we all know. And influenza causes a great deal of hospitalizations every year. Anything we can do to prevent that would be in our best interest. Yeah, absolutely. So let's break it down a little bit and talk about who can get the flu vaccination who shouldn't age ranges, things like that for myself. I'm pregnant, mom of other kids..

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Every leveled off are the decline right now. Well i'll tell you where we are as we speak. Cases are declining and the united states. But they still remain at a pretty high level in a we peaked in terms of a number of cases per day with this delta variant this latest variant a kobe nineteen repeat somewhere around one hundred. Fifteen hundred sixty thousand cases per day and we've been coming down so we just dipped under one hundred thousand cases a day which is good but what really matters is do we keep going down and what is going to determine. That is frankly what we do right. So if we take precautions like wearing masks when we're in public indoor spaces Like getting vaccinated as quickly as we can. We can slow the spread of this virus in cases to come down and stay down but it really does depend on what we do. We've seen though. I got a mentioned member. We've seen some of this before with cases have gone up and they've come down and they've gone up again and then they've come down again and so we didn't have the last year when we were experiencing surges is. We didn't have the vaccines right. And that can make the real difference here. So that's why we we gotta make sure we get people vaccinated as quickly as possible and with all the focus on third doses will. We can't lose. Sight of is a top priority is actually still getting people who are unvaccinated. Their first dose. It's ryan and that's how we've all of us who are back standing need to get the message out to our family and friends that this is time. I really protect yourself especially in the face of the most contagious variant. That we've seen to date the delta variance and those who are not vaccinated. I would just urge you to To consider that we've now got a lot of experience with these vaccines hundreds of millions of people in the united states and around the world have had these vaccines and they've done remarkably well with them but we know is that they've been protected to a great degree from a severe illness hospitalizations in debt. We also know that they've remained remarkably safe and all these myths that were out. That are out there at the vaccines may cause infertility or that. They may cause mutations in your dna. These are not based on fact They are fiction on. They've not proven to be true. More am ip after this message. This episode is brought to you by abc. Abc is bringing some serious heat on thursdays with all new seasons of station nineteen and grey's anatomy after surviving. The unthinkable meredith now faces an impossible choice. Stay at grey. Sloan with the people. She loves or start a new chapter. Plus did you see who showed back up in mayors like last week. 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How many of fake accounts in disinformation accounts out there as well and and be sure to discern at general murphy. We're out of time. I do wanna mention what i did. Not mention the last time we talked. I have mentioned heretofore and do want to mention the audience. You have lost seven family members to cove. And i'm not saying that to take you through anything but i just want my audience to know that you're someone who is very well aware of the impact of this virus. How serious it is and you continue to work. Every day in this space to prevent others from losing their lives and losing their loved one. So i just went acknowledged that and Lift union family up in prayer. And i hope others will also okay sir. I so appreciate that as this. Very kind of you Certainly keep you in my prayers as well. But i and i'll tell you that we we have lost family members. We know we're not the only ones there's so many people struggle with gray loss on the because of this pandemic. I'm just grateful that we have a pathway out of it And you know. Thank you for letting me share what i did earlier also bachelor. What was happening during our day today with their kids. But i'll tell you one thing. I'm grateful for is it because of the precautions or school is taking you know. They're making sure kids wear masks or making sure that we do regular testing. They're making sure that they are improved. Ventilation in the schools. Kids are low risk. Those are the reasons why you know we can go to sleep at night. Knowing that all possible measures are being taken to keep our kids safe. And i just wanna make sure that schools around the country are using the money that's been made available through the release built. Actually put those measures in place. 'cause will be more important right than the health of our children. Our wish some of these governors in some of these states would heed your advice. But we're going to continue to work on. That absolutely won't give up. Started general vivek. Murthy general ray talk to you again and folks just to be clear visor. Boosters are available hopefully soon come moderna and johnston beyond a lookout for those as well. I guess to. Is this going to be like well. We may not know you know we gotta go but do you think the dismay of being like a sushi. I think moderna was already developing something that was that had both covert and flu vaccine is in it. Are we going to be looking at an annual cova chat. Do you think that's a great question we don't know yet. You know it could be that we are. It could be you get your three shots in your good for years. That's how a number of other vaccines work like that. Because vaccine so we'll have to see time will tell but the key to remember as you can get your flu shot at the same time as you. Get your booster shot. We don't want anyone to delay their flu. Shot and the other thing to know. Is that there even more places to get your vaccine now than there were six months ago tens of thousands of pharmacies including cvs walgreens and others carry them a lot of doctors offices. Have the maderno vaccine when that cia. You know booster comes around and you'll be able to go to your doctor and get it but the bottom line is if you want to know where to get your booster shot just go to vaccines dug up put in your zip code and you will find places around you Where you can get that their dose and if one is low dirna or johnson and boosters there yet can they still get the flu. Shot flu shot while they're waiting for the booster absolutely. Yep you can get your two for general murphy. General looking forward to talk view. Continue to fight this pandemic okay. Absolutely thank you my friend and thanks for everything you do. Thanks for getting woke and listening to make it plain. Please remember to listen like and wherever you get your podcast. Please give the show a five star rating and please do spread the word. Let's all continue to pray for each other during this pandemic and this police democ if all hearts and minds are clear it has been played..

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It's flu vaccine time, even if you've had your COVID shots

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

It's flu vaccine time, even if you've had your COVID shots

"Don't skip the flu shot the warning from health experts flu do we still have to worry about that flu cases have dropped to historically low levels during the cove it pandemic the nation had hardly any flu last winter but with schools and businesses reopened travel resuming and far less masking this fall flu could make a comeback the big question is whether it will trickle into were roar back and will put extra pressure on hospitals already struggling with Kovitz surgeons the American college of emergency physicians advice avoid the double whammy and get both vaccines flu and cove it and yes you can get them at the same time says the CDC I'm ready to fall way

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"So i think it's. It's good if the if the way that we are debating health in the country Is is not the end of the conversation. Stops with sort of. Hopefully the end of this pan-demic the conversation keeps going. That's fantastic but You know i don't. I don't want to conflate that with the question of people not getting vaccinated people should get vaccinated. That's the answer the first question and then after that it's talk about how to make no americans healthier overall. Yeah i'm in the camp like booster shots shore. Saturday and i was never like a flu vaccine. Guy never got the flu shot. I don't know if you guys were. But i just was like nah good. I'll i'll get the flu. Be fine this is a little different. I don't want to go to the hospital. That's actually a great example. I i was just talking to a friend about this I have been a pretty sporadic flu vaccine getter and i'm somewhat ashamed to say so especially because they feel like bill is i've talked to. You represented myself extremely pro vaccine in. Of course i am. This experience will absolutely change the frequency. With which i get the flu vaccine going forward. I'm gonna get it every single year. Now so that's a very small individual subtle example of how the kind of conversations that we're having now about health will help us in the years forward brian before before we let their go. What i what sports media takes. Are you most excited for over these next. Where the zags who's gonna be. Who's getting me zagging and doing the. It's kyrie irvings. Body and his choice like where. What's what meat is on that bone. So i have been waiting for that zag actually and you know look. That's that that take could be out there already. I haven't seen a ton of it yet. Because i think you know it is interesting to just read. The way sports media goes on all these kinds of things. And derek's right that this is all running smack dab into the player empower manera. But i you know. I'm looking forward to an interesting. Let us say. Take on that. But i have not seen that yet at least at least a big one. It's quite zag sitting there for For somebody derek. It feels like every time you've come on. We've been at a different point of this whole vaccine thing. I don't remember what was it. April may range came on and we were feeling so great. And now i mean i know people in my life had breakthrough.

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When's the Best Time to Get a Flu Shot?

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

When's the Best Time to Get a Flu Shot?

"To spread. Healthcare workers say This is not the year to skip your flu shot. Giant grocery stores began giving out flu shots early this month, weeks before the October start of the flu season. Samir Belisle runs Giants pharmacies this ball. He's expecting a potential onslaught of people wanting covid boosters and flu vaccines. If you have the patient in the chair, it's just another shot. So it's more so. The influx of individuals Loudon County Health Officer Dr David Good friend says, Wait a few more weeks to get your flu shot. So your immunity doesn't window by the height of the season in January and February, having to deal with flu and our doctors Offices on top of Covid. It's just something that is an added burden on our health care system. Barnett w. T. O P. News Liberty University is seeing an uptick in covid cases.

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"That's Not What Fauci Said..."

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"That's Not What Fauci Said..."

"Highly how are you. I'm doing great. Thank you might I am i guess. I don't know how many people can't get the vaccine. They're having conditions Called gamma-ray central. Gps where i cannot get a flu vaccine including the covert. I mean this is oh infuriating and on top of it i already had cove it. I had it in november. So what about us. What about the people that already have the antibody and can't have back. I mean if you went to again if you went to geraldo is grandchildren's home. He would assault you. I guess i guess he kick you in the rear end. At least i gotta ask you. And i'm fascinated by your particular experience and with your medical condition. You have you spoken to your doctor about the vaccine Yes actually went to my neurologist. It's a neurological disorder. And i stopped seeing my neurologist. I'm actually looking for you because he started quoting me. So much about articles perfectly safe and. I looked at him. Say that to me. I don't want to disagree because you sound like such a nice lady but help me out here so you ask your physician you ask the neurologist if you should get the vaccine and the neurologist recommended even with your condition that you should get the vaccine what he told me and i looked at my. I was told when onset which was over ten years ago that i should never get flu vaccine because they could give me another onset of the same number central. I don't know if you're familiar with see. What did he or she said that He looked at me and said well. That's not what vouching says. And i just looked at him and like okay so you have the fainted.

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Arizona: Banner Health Imposes Vaccine Mandates for Employees

Arizona's Morning News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona: Banner Health Imposes Vaccine Mandates for Employees

"Health has announced. All 52,000 employees are required to be fully vaccinated by November, 1st. To our legal analyst Monica Lindstrom says Banner has a strong reason for doing this, but the hospital system may be on the hook if something goes wrong during the vaccination process if an employee gets the vaccine due to banners requirement, and then there are injuries due to side effects banner may find itself involved in a lawsuit. There will be exemptions allowed. Banner is the largest private employer in Arizona. Dr. Simone Wild, is an infectious disease specialist with South Shore health, She tells Arizona's morning news. She understands why Banner is mandating vaccines. That is probably going to become more popular where more hospitals are going to mandate just like with the flu vaccines in many hospitals, many different states. We want people to get vaccinated. She calls it a travesty that all health care workers haven't been fully

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

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The Top Toxins Affecting Our Health With Myers Detox Founder, Wendy Myers

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:36 min | 1 year ago

The Top Toxins Affecting Our Health With Myers Detox Founder, Wendy Myers

"Would you say are the top five toxins that people are being exposed to that are impacting. Their health has the number one is led. I mean it's unfortunately just ubiquitous in our environment. Everyone has lead. Toxicity might not be readily apparent on heavy metals test. Our bodies to questors lead in our bones and so our bones or just full of land because of leaded gasoline that was outlawed in the seventies. But it's still allowed in developing countries all of that just gets into our oceans. It gets door. Food comes the weather patterns over the us and gets to our crops and whatnot so in it's in lead paint and it's fifty percent or more of home still have led eight underneath the newer paint and a lot of countries even at home depot. They found there. Were still selling leaded paint Even though they're not supposed to be so it was a recent scandal another countries. I think a rash of lead poisoning among the citizen so at mentors mercury. Mercury is a huge problem in our fish supply but it's also in four hundred medications. It's in the air everything in a lot of different sources of mercury doen't mercury amalgam. Fillings is a huge obvious source and then Arsenic is more glorious. Four hundred different medications like what are some of those medications young guys and definitely you know vaccines. i mean. they're right now to the. The the flu vaccine can up some results. The large community bottles not the individual shots and some of the large community of flu. Vials us with the hospitals in drugstores have which is fifty percent luxury but It's not as much of a problem now because the public outcry in vaccines but now they use aluminum which is neuro toxin. But yeah that's one of the other Bit big problems as aluminum. Big toxins that cause you know brain inflammation and cause dementia in 'cause you know you're nervous not fire for a properly in brain fog and a aluminum very neuro. Philip in loves fat and brain cells and our nervous system tissue so that is in our enormity odorant and aluminum cans and aluminum foil. That we cook with an. It's a you know an anti-caking agent in flour sugar and salt in just and so minutes in the air that we breathe is

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Studies on Vaccines Show Possibly Diminished Need for Boosters

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Studies on Vaccines Show Possibly Diminished Need for Boosters

"Preliminary research is suggesting that coated back scenes may offer lasting protection which could diminish the need for frequent a booster shots scientists say it's early but evidence is mounting that immunity from the M. R. NA vaccines the type made by Pfizer in Madura don't depend exclusively on antibodies which can dwindle over time the body has overlapping layers of protection that can offer back up researchers are still trying to determine the level below which antibodies can no longer fend off the corona virus without help and they warn the variants could change their findings some health officials anticipate people will need yearly shots like the flu vaccine but some health experts say coronavirus boosters may only be needed every few years I'm Jackie Quinn

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Employers Can Legally Offer Incentives to Employees to Get Vaccinated

Gil Gross

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Employers Can Legally Offer Incentives to Employees to Get Vaccinated

"Employees are suing over covert vaccines. ABC is my ashamed Houston conservative activists and filer of many losses. Jared would feel added again, this time representing 117 either recently fired or about to be fired Employees of Methodist Hospital refusing to take the covert 19 vaccine for the first time in the history of our country. We have a hospital who was saying If you want to continue to work here if you want to continue to be employed. If you wanna continue to feed your family, you need to submit to be a part of an experimental vaccine trials. In a statement, Methodist said. In part, it is legal for health care institutions to mandate vaccines, as we have done with the flu vaccine since 2000 and nine ABC Jin a normal if you're wondering what your employer can require, when it comes to vaccines, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission Also out with new guidance sing. Employers can require covert vaccines to reenter a physical workplace as well as offer incentives for vaccinations but must keep medical information in vaccine records. Confidential Mako vin numbers improving in

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CDC Reports 5,800 COVID-19 Infections in Fully Vaccinated People

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:19 min | 1 year ago

CDC Reports 5,800 COVID-19 Infections in Fully Vaccinated People

"The cdc released new data on a small group of americans who were infected with the virus after they were fully vaccinated. You read the bottom in the papers every day before we talked to dr who is standing by to talk about all of this tonight. Nbc news correspondent. Tom castillo has a report on. What the cdc found here. While more than seventy six million americans have now been fully vaccinated the cdc reports a very small number of breakthrough cases people contracting co but despite being vaccinated so far fifty eight hundred known cases. Most of them women forty percent involved people over the age of sixty. Seven percent had to be hospitalized. One percent seventy four people died experts. Say the infections are similar to people coming down with the flu despite getting the flu vaccine aerial silver. Got kobe six weeks after her second. Covert vaccine dose or two days. I was in bed very sick to sleep on day. I cancel all my work phone calls if it hit me hard for sure at a certain point in life went from my tires to omega. Can't really dr eveline grave and also got sick after being vaccinated. Thank what my symptoms could have been like. If i wasn't exited. The data tells the story. Showing the pfizer and madonna. Vaccines are at least ninety. Four percents effective in preventing severe disease. The j. j. vaccine eighty six percent effective in preventing severe disease that means only a small percentage of vaccinated. People are likely to still get cova though most should not end up in the hospital the vast majority of people who have been vaccinated get covid. They're going to have mild illness. Maybe moderate illness and should be able to recover at home. The co vaccines actually provide far more protection than the typical flu vaccine which has been fifty to sixty percent effective in recent years and the courage vaccines do appear to protect against the uk variant. Now the most common strain in the us. The biggest concern is that people do become sick. Despite being vaccinated could still spread the virus to others infectious disease experts point out no vaccine offers one hundred percent protection

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Only 5,800 Infections Reported in Fully Vaccinated People, CDC Says

NBC Nightly News

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Only 5,800 Infections Reported in Fully Vaccinated People, CDC Says

"Or now in the race to vaccinate the cdc releasing its first data on kovin breakthrough infections in a small number of fully vaccinated people. So what is your potential risk. Tom castello with a reality. Check while more than seventy six million americans have now been fully vaccinated the cdc reports a very small number of breakthrough cases people contracting koba despite being vaccinated so far fifty eight hundred known cases. Most of them women forty percent involved people over the age of sixty. Seven percent had to be hospitalized. One percent seventy four people died experts. Say the infections are similar to people coming down with the flu. Despite getting the flu vaccine aerial silver got kobe six weeks after her second covid vaccine does or two days. I was in bed very sick. We cancel all my work. Phone calls hit hard for sure. At a certain point fatigue went from homemade. I'm tired to on my god. i can't really move dr evellina. Grosvenor also got sick after being vaccinated to think what medicines could have been like. if. I wasn't exited. The data tells the story showing the pfizer and the journal. Vaccines are at least ninety. Four percent effective in preventing severe disease. The j. j. vaccine eighty six percent in preventing severe disease that means only a small percentage of action. That people are likely to still get cova though most should not end up in the hospital vast vast majority of people who have been vaccinated and get cove. They're going to have mild illness. Maybe moderate illness and should be able to recover at home. The covert vaccines actually provide far more protection than the typical flu vaccine which has been fifty to sixty percent effective in recent years and the courage vaccines do appear to protect against the uk variant now the most common strain in the us. The biggest concern is that people who do become sick despite being vaccinated could still spread the virus to others infectious disease experts point out no vaccine offers one hundred percent protection.

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U.K. to Fast-Track Approval of Vaccines for Covid-19 Variants

Dialed in Detroit

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

U.K. to Fast-Track Approval of Vaccines for Covid-19 Variants

"Plan to fast track the development of modified covet 19 vaccines in order to insure drugmakers are able to move swiftly and targeting emergency emerging Variants of the disease, Britain's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory agency said. Previously authorized vaccines that are modified to target new variants quote will not need a brand new approval or length in clinical studies. New guidance was issued jointly by regulators in the U. K. Australia, Canada, Singapore in Switzerland. The guidelines build on the model already used to modify the flu vaccine in response to continual changes in that virus. Jeremy House reporting U K

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Amid COVID-19 pandemic, flu has disappeared in the US

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, flu has disappeared in the US

"Efforts to stop the corona virus spread have apparently had a big impact on another realness this is usually the peak of flu season but not this year the flu has virtually disappeared from the US along with fears of a twin damask at hospitals in Portland Maine and Portland Oregon officials say they've seen zero confirmed cases of the flu which is annually blamed for tens of thousands of deaths experts say things like wearing masks virtual schooling aimed at limiting travel were a big factor it's also possible the corona virus simply muscled aside the flu and other bugs one downside though the lack of flu strains makes planning next year's flu vaccine more challenging Sager made Ghani Washington

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When will I know when I can go and get a vaccine?

Coronacast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

When will I know when I can go and get a vaccine?

"Hello this is corona cast a daily podcast all about the coronavirus. I'm health reported teigen tyler physician and journalists culture. Norman swan choosy the twenty third of february the second day of national immunization. That's right and we've had saw so many questions from audience about how the vaccine role it's gonna work how you're gonna know when it's your turn in the queue and rather than us answering those questions we thought we'd bring in loren roberts who's a health report at one of our colleagues in the abc science unit because lauren's been looking into the vaccine rolette and how it's gonna work and she's here to answer your questions. Welcome lauren thank you good morning. Carl orange relief is test. Somebody on carcass cass. She knows what they're talking about talking about. I'm talking about the okay. Whatever lauren. let's get straight into it. We've got dolores asking. She's just by heggie practice and they have no idea how the vaccine is going to be rolled out. They waited eight weeks for their flu vaccine last year. What are the logistics. That are involved in the vaccine. Rollout will because there's lots of different phases when not certain about how people are going to be notified through the light rollout. So we're talking about rollouts gonna happen in the latter half of this year. We do know that people that are included in the phase. One eight of the vaccine rollout. So that's i care. Workers people that are currently living in h care. Quarantine workers a lot of these people. They're going to be told by the employer and have the coronavirus vaccine lined up by their employer and then probably get the vaccine at work so people that can h care for example. They'll probably get their vaccine de but it's the latest stages that we're not too sure about. We know that there's a good chance that will eventually be up to register online to get the coronavirus vaccine. I'm but at this stage there is to register. It's a little bit of a white and say so just to be clear. Lauren and give us a flavor as well. In israel people were contacted because they had the electronic health records in the insurance public insurance companies. You're saying is that this whole strategy is going to rely on us registering and then seeing how we qualify at. What stage of the priority list. But it's important thing now to just make sure your medicare details up tonight And if you can have it linked to you my gov and then we know that the federal government has spent about thirty one million dollars in a public information campaign and a lot of the details about the light of rollout which moisture israeliens going to be included in is going to be coming out there so it'll be posted. tv campaigns. That'll be a lot of information on the website but right now it's just that fight that we really nari. They are going to be getting their vaccine soon. We know that they can probably be finding out through their employer but everyone else. We're kind of just going to have to wait and say

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm just saying this. If I were 75 couldn't figure this out. I would have somebody drive me there. And yes, I don't have an appointment. But maybe that's you know, it's I gotta tell you. I've been there twice State farm. It's so well run that they could take some walk up. So you know what I mean? From the moment that you guys so you get up, you guys, you know you jump out, Ugarte. We're driving there and we were there for 40 minutes. 30 minutes. That's already 40. Men. 30 minutes. It was we pulled right in and it's not that it's not busy. There were plenty of cars late last night, which 2 30 in the morning. There were cars, but they moved the line very quickly. And there's just a ton of volunteers. You know exactly where you're going every second On, Dave. Just do a great job. Oh, I think we've done an amazing and when it comes to the way, especially the state. I'm not quite sure about how some of the other thing because I haven't heard too much. About because we really haven't heard a lot about How the other facilities entered much about Tucson. I've heard much about other parts of Maricopa County. They're doing outside of what we got going over 9000 day now, Yeah. State Farm. And they were saying 6 to 7 a day Now they've got it to 9000 Day. I'm with you. I don't know how it's going over G C u unnecessarily. I don't know how it's going. And some of them are always second shots. Right? You could go. We get the second shot. The G C u Yeah, Yeah, but I mean, when you talk about state farm That that that place is run beautifully. On guy will tell you this. It was surreal. To wake up in the middle of the night. And go to a stadium that you know you go to to watch a football game. But your wife is getting vaccinated and to see the signs of vaccine. It's really it's a bit creepy. It really is. It's odd, and it's strange that we're in this time, but it's what the deal is. And that has been one of my things that I've talked about why people are vaccine hesitant, some of them. Going to getting a vaccine from a person who you do not know in a parking lot. Driving through a tent. It feels very Apocalyptic and I think a lot of people are very We live in a world of optics at no matter what people want to say, optics play a huge part. Go into your doctor or getting a place that you've gone and got your flu vaccine. Are you shingles vaccine? It makes people feel more comfortable than this and that I think will help tremendous showing up in the middle of the night. Had a vaccine pod. Is really Kind of crazy. Yeah, and that's what we did last night. And even for people who are like, Yeah, I'm good with vaccines that makes me feel uncomfortable. They make you feel comfortable there. They do a great job, but the drive there, it's It's and you're entering and you see these big white tents. It's surreal. It's the military there. I think I saw a few million C. I would make sure that you're in civilian clothes, and I want none of this stuff Anybody to see this. If, because it's just it's off Putting because you're like, Oh, it's just it was mostly the drive. It wasn't as soon as you get in there soon. As you get in there, they make you feel pretty comfortable coming up next. We got a country star. He is selling him records like you wouldn't believe he's selling more records after he used the n word. Why next Trump on trial Every time I read that tweet Chills me to the core, the president of United States excited with the insurrections,.

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AstraZeneca Vaccine Rollout Put On Hold In South Africa

Squawk Pod

04:38 min | 1 year ago

AstraZeneca Vaccine Rollout Put On Hold In South Africa

"Drugmaker. Astrazeneca is racing to adapt its covid vaccine to combat new variants of the virus. South africa suspended the use of that shot in its vaccination program after small-scale study found the vaccine offered minimal protection against mild to moderate disease caused by the south african variant. That study has not yet been peer reviewed. South africa will continue offering vaccines from john. John is awaiting advice from scientists about how to proceed with the astra. Zeneca shot guys. Go the weird thing about this. That i don't understand i've heard this story repeated several times this morning already but what i don't understand. Is you know it offered limited support against mild to moderate versions of of this of this disease when it comes about. But what about in terms of hospitalizations. What about in terms of deaths because seems to me that every one of these vaccine said in in what they know. So far has shown Less effectiveness when it comes up against the south africans stream. What's been important. Most of them have shown a huge amount of success in preventing severe disease. Maybe eighty five percent or better and about one hundred percent when it comes to the death and that's really which would probably be the focus at this point. It's it's not like you and -ticipant that you're never gonna get sick again. We live with the flu vaccine knowing that you very likely even if you get the flu vaccine you might end up with flu this year but you might have a a weaker version of that. So that's what. I don't understand this case. Is this for them to actually stop using the vaccine at that point suggests that that it's a worst picture but i haven't heard that reported out. Yeah we haven't seen it reviewed. It is interesting. The stated play at the moment which i think he'd have to describe overall as win despite individual vaccines not necessarily doing well against individuals strains of the astra zeneca one does deal quite well with the uk strain which is where it's being used most of all of the moment so that's encouraging. They also said they should be able to develop by full late. Fall new booster shots for the different strains deal with like south africa wants that i would say relatively optimistic as is the likes of the novak's far seemed to deal quite well with the south africans train again yet. Peer reviewed so i agree. It's sort of scary on the surface when you initially see some of these things no wants to get the south african strain and every country wants to stop the south africans strain spreading within its within its borders but but we're not a terrible position as things stand despite quite a stock. I actually just doesn't understand why. I the idea that they would stop using this vaccine. Maybe it's less effective than the other ones. They've shown now important to have context with us. I think there's an issue here. Which is you. don't want if you have. If you have choice. Between the pfizer vaccine for example and the astra zeneca vaccine for example. And you think that the pfizer vaccine has even marginally more efficacy than astrazeneca vaccine in this regard. I think you try to push people towards one over the other. I think the secondary issue though is and i know. I'm as i'm as hopeful as anybody about what's happening here but if we don't get ahead of it especially in the united states and so many other places around the world meeting get ahead of it if we don't stop out even are the quote unquote that's running around here. It will very soon turn into the south african the south african version because that is coming to other parts of the world and so part of it is. We do need to find a way to hit this thing and hit it hard before and try to snuff out as much as we can. And frankly at the rate we're going we're not doing the great job of that but the longer couch on this if you if you if you can get a if you can get a better higher efficacy vaccine fantastic but that's the situation we're dealing with. There's not enough to go around. So would you say forget it. I'd rather not get one in wait months. If that's the case for taking the astra zeneca in the united states astrazeneca's not available in the united states. And no no no. No no no no. That's but that's what. I mean in south africa to stop giving that it's not like they have enough vaccine to give everyone a vaccine at this point. My question i don't know is it that much less effective in terms of of hospitalizations and death. And i don't know the answer to that but it would suggest that perhaps it is if they're willing to take that off the market berry that it might not be as effective against is much more permanent asset so that that the trade often in weighing up these decisions i mean i totally get your point in your question but the trade off is different from than deciding not to use it say somewhere like uk europe or the us improved in those regions unlike in the us because the is still very minor in those spaces but totally. Get your point.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pulled and told to see their doctors both had small, cancerous tumors on their pancreas. Because of early detection. Both are doing well and healthy Now, how about that? That's just that's just amazing. Absolutely awesome. Thank you for that text. I don't know if that's the same person. It sounds like it. But there are two people in that situation who likely had, you know, certainly some help because of the dogs finding early detection there. 815. Anna, Can you start to Steve? Is there any work being done on treatments? Or is it just all the work is going toward vaccines right now? As the virus continues to more from vaccines, maybe less defective wouldn't more effective treatments Also be important? We don't hear so much about those. The answer is yes, they sure are And there is something out there and we talked about it before the monoclonal antibodies. You're not calling anybody. They're human made proteins made from living cells that latch onto all the proteins that drives disease that basically lab engineer versions of antibodies that stimulate the body's natural immune response to viruses. And this has been extremely promising for preventing infected patients from developing severe a fatal symptoms and more so, keeping them out of the hospital. This old beach back, by the way, too. They found it to be effective when they were dealing with people a virus and there are multiple clinical trials under a way for at least 10 of these monoclonal anybody But he, like really, You know the monocle on anybody. Cocktail, apparently based on the data cuts, hospitalizations by 70%. High risk over 19 patients. The answer is yes. Now you say Holy crab walk. Why didn't every single person get them? Yeah, it's not so easy. We talked about this already. It's got to be administered idea, so it takes an hour to prepare, and now it's to deliver, and now you gotta watch them and you can't take infected people and bring them into cancer centers. Dialysis centers where people who they get sick. That's a wrap, you know, So it's a problem and and even though we have the technology available again, Systems issues are holding it up no different than the vaccine. Same problems because nobody was ever expecting this. They didn't have time to build infrastructure, and it was like the nuclear bomb went off because that's exactly what this was. And and now we're picking up the pieces. Yeah, you pointed out before. It's remarkable where we are today. You know, if you had said you've had, you know five potential vaccines, almost unused, are already in use it just it's remarkable to see what science has been able to achieve. Let me ask you something that does come up a lot. Dr. State booster shots. People are asking with all the new variants out there. Does it seem like you're going to need booster shots to these vaccines? Isn't that going to be necessary as they continued to mutate? 1000%. I think that it's going to be like I told everybody just like the flu vaccine, and everyone's gonna line up each year and get jabbed and on their way they go and how they're gonna keep track of this is that they're gonna sequence viruses. They're gonna you know, the CDC launched this national strange surveillance program. I think a month ago in each state is going to submit at least 10 samples by weekly for sequencing. So now what they're gonna be able to do is as these new variants come about, they'll be able to pick up I'm off before the silently spoke with spread through the community, and now thousands of people have it before we've even detected it. So I think that's going to be a big changing and how we do things, but The answer is yes, you'll have to expect booster shots, no matter which Maxine, you take any of them for this point, and I think it'll be just like the yearly flu vaccine is a matter of fact that probably combined, it'll be one shot. I'd like that They'll be great. We get to that point. I thought about you this weekend because I went out and I did a lot of exercise First thing in the morning on an empty stomach. I hydrated just as you always say, What is? What is the mantra again? What's the mantra? The mantra is we get up first thing in the morning and we take a walk, and we have some fluid drink Medicaid, if necessary, and then a brisk walk or a life bike ride 45 minutes to an hour heart rate 80 to 110. Bodybuilders, fitness competitors. You ask anybody who's a meathead like me. They'll all give you the same answer. There will come a cardio. Do you do well, intensity cardio First thing in the morning fasted period. And it's for weight loss. But it's also for health and I write about that. We always talk about the weight loss. Part of it on everything you know, I do. You know, I don't think it's funny. Yes, and yes, And both of those. You're not reasons why I do it, actually, why I do it is this state the whole neural plasticity stuff? The same thing. I start flooding people's brains with endorphins and dopamine and pushing up these levels of stuff. So Wake up with a pep in their step in. They don't need an alarm clock and they regulate their mood. You know, it's not all about. It's the same thing. The anti depressant that millions and millions and millions of Americans are on. I think I have a way of doing things where we don't have to immediately go to medication right out of the gate. It's just You know, everybody. You gotta buy it. You know, you got to do something, and it starts with getting up and move that. Yes, sir. All right, Get up and move. It's harder than you think. Doctor. Steve. I know you're You're not.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"L I f way begin with some breaking vaccine News, Johnson and Johnson's one shot vaccine. Is not this good as people were hoping it's only showing a 66% efficacy against Cove in 19 in a large global trial. Now this is the old technology only need one shot. So it seems to me that it's like similar to the flu vaccine that we have now that's not always very effective, right. That's what that sounds like. Well, it'll be interesting to see if they proceed to try to tweak it may be improved their results or if they go ahead and market the stuff or they get out of the way. Get out of the business altogether. Right. So again, that was Johnson of Johnson, right? The one shot that it has. But Novavax said Thursday that it's it's Cove in 19 vaccine appears to be 89% effective ways down early findings in Britain. That's a lot better than 66. Yeah, but still not as good as the visor and the maternal vaccines that people are getting right now. Visor and Madonna really spoiling us for in terms of expectations, right? There's a explains like with flu vaccine. The reason that it's you know, more effective some years than others, and never, really 100% thing is simply because of the backs the virus. Um, changing night as as receiving. But this are in a technology trains the body to recognize the new Corona virus and the proteins. Two soldiers at Fort Bliss near El Paso, at last report were in critical condition after they and here's where just gets such a weird stuff. I mean, I know that we don't expect the military to be very forthcoming with information about things like this, but they ingested. An unknown substance during a training exercise, and that's all we get. They've ingested an unknown substance, and there were nine other soldiers who also ingested the substance. They're under observation. Army officials said More.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"We've been testing these for decades. This thing has not had to get a labor from the FDA in order to actually give it to human beings. And so it just stands to reason that there is some unknown risk of taking this and we don't know what the short or medium or long term risk are, and we won't know until the time that's a good that's actually a good point way. No, that's what the risk profile the flu vaccine is because we've tested it and tested it and tested it antecedent. We didn't wait to see if the monkeys died from this drug. You know, we we didn't You know we didn't do this. We didn't try fair it spurs or white rats or monkeys. Not we just decided that the stage three trial was going to be the entire global human population. Yeah, And that's effectively what we're doing now, I would be the first person to say this is a great idea. If this is something that just indiscriminately killed huge numbers of people, Then you say, OK, look, even if it's really dangerous and risky, it's better than the alternative. But for most people, we actually know what the risk profile people with 19 is, and it's not all that much different from the flu. And so we're responding in a way that it's like this. Global pandemic of Ebola would sort of make sense. But we're not dealing with Ebola. We're dealing with something else. And, unfortunately long as half the population continues to be terrified, I thought pulled the other day that people think they have 17 to 20% chance of dying when they don't You know, and when they maybe have a half a percent, depending on their circumstances, it's always people think that they were not going to be doing a risk assessments appropriately with this thing. Richards in the book is called the Price of Panic. Working People Find your book. They can find it in Amazon, Barnes and Noble or now replace books are sold sold out at Christmas, but we've got a new print run. All right. The price of panic. Jay Richards, a number of other folks also contributed to this fantastic book. I I ripped through in about two days. Everybody should get this book. Thank you, Doctor. I appreciate you being on the program. My pleasure anytime. Good to have you going to take a break here on the Vicki McKenna show? I will be right back. It may not be Tuesday, but it's still the perfect night for tacos. So grab some older Paso standing stuff. Taco shells and portables. Older passes, flat bottom shelves and bowls stand in place, so they're easier to hold..

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WDRC

"Not put some of that know how to work and getting the vaccines distributed on in addition, by the way that they they've offered that they have set contracted with healthcare providers to vaccinate people. At their warehouse sites. They could vaccinate their own people in the faith wants to do so they can utilize those sites to vaccinate people in the general public, but they haven't done that up until yesterday. Well, and it's amazing. I think the government could screw up almost anything. But in this case when they screw this up, people said, Well, this is something new. Well, this vaccine is new, but, Doc, I looked it up the other day. About 200 million flu vaccines are given out every single year in America. So we already have a system that manages to vaccinate 200 million people a year. And if you count in all the other vaccines that are given to kids, given two adults, this that the other thing, it adds up to about a billion vaccinations a year in this country, and you say, Well, so, you know, Now we want of accident. A couple of 100 million people. It doesn't seem like a big stretch or a far reach. To say, if you're already doing a billion vaccinations a year. How tough can it be to add one more to a system that already does it a billion times a year? Well, look, this has been I've written about this. This has been over managed and overthought and and the problem is everything was going to be controlled by the government. Instead of utilizing the normal channels. We have To vaccinate people and regarding the flu vaccine for adults. About a third of people get them at their doctor's offices and another 15% of so at other medical facilities, and then people get them at their workplaces, and they get them at places like retail pharmacies. And grocery chains on none of that's being utilized. It was like they decided they had to reinvent the wheel and run this all through various public health authorities and even there the public health authorities, many of whom have been planning for years what they would do in the event of a pandemic. Those plans were scrapped. It sounds like a doctor Jules Enberg with us and little old West Virginia manages to do a better job than most of the states in America. Doctors Enberg thanks very much..

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At 10 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Don Huff. Here's what's happening and ambitious vaccination schedule for President elect Joe Biden 100 million shots in his 1st 100 days. President elect, also saying he plans to use billions in federal funding to get the pandemic under control, pledging to use the defense production act with private manufacturing to speed up vaccinations. Let me be clear. We are not changing. The FDA is recommendation. And it's recommended dose scene schedules. We believe it's critical that everyone should get two doses. Within the FDA recommended timeframe. President elect says he plans to bring in retired medical professionals to assist with vaccinations and also make use of the National Guard. More than 5000 newly confirmed covert 19 cases in the Commonwealth 75 new deaths that is Those figures in the latest update from the state Department of Public Health total number of cases in the state more than 438,000 more than 13,300 have died. Governor Charlie Baker, hoping the feds do a better job of letting states know just how much vaccine they'll be getting so the state can plan on how to vaccinate residents. Massachusetts is inoculating doctors, nurses, emergency responders and other phase one candidates. Well the covert vaccine as quickly as possible and expects to complete that phase by early next month. But Governor Charlie Baker says the state faces the challenge of not knowing when additional shipments of the vaccines will arrive to keep the critical inoculation program going to really need to find a way to create more clarity and visibility for us around what exactly is coming in the pipeline going forward so that we can create capacity to actually execute on delivering shots in the arm. It's based on some assumption about how much vaccine is gonna be available. President elect Biden promise to invoke the Defense Production Act to increase vaccine production and get the dose is delivered to the states. Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's his radio. Meantime, state health officials now say they are removing the requirement for flu vaccinations for school students. They're citing a mild flu season. So far, prosecutors who initially said there was quote strong evidence that pro trump mob that stormed the capital last week aimed to capture and assassinate elected officials. They're backing away from that allegation tonight. Withdrawal of the claim coming after the head of the investigation caution. There was no direct evidence of such intentions over the last year of the National Rifle Association has been facing threat following multiple lawsuits, including one from the New York State attorney general, which sought to dissolve the nonprofit CBS is Lilia Luciano has more on put the Honore is doing now the Honoria is moving to Texas. Its CEO Wayne LaPierre says the organization will restructure as a Texas based non profit seeking to pursue new opportunities for growth and fleeing what they claimed is a corrupt political and regulatory environment. In New York, a recent Washington Post investigation revealed. LaPierre himself had to repay the federal government hundreds of thousands of dollars in allegedly elicit personal benefits, which in New York, prosecutors said. Just a fraction of the millions. You personally profited from the organization. Leela, Louisiana, CBS News Channel three. Checking the highways tonight. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes, Jack what you got. Oh, I got a few things going on right now. Don traveling right now in the downtown area, heading up on to the Tobin Bridge right inside the City Square tunnel. We do have a little bit of a crash should be gone in the next minute or so it's not causing a big delay. Just be aware of it. Traveling on Route one heading south bound that roadway closed. By Carter Street and Chelsea. As you approach the Tobin Bridge that some overnight repair, you're gonna be detoured off and then right back on by Everett Avenue, and it's going to take an extra minute. But pay attention and all will be well traveling on the mass pike. We are expecting some work crews to show up. They'll be alternating lanes and the eastbound and westbound between Newton corner and downtown. So we'll keep you informed on that. Traveling the expressway heading south bound by seven Hill. We do have the left lane closure for some overnight work. Just watch out down to the West. All is reasonably well. In 1 92 90 down to the south. We're in pretty good shape on route. 95 20 Foreign Route three. I'm Jack Hart wbz 24 hour traffic number. She Cindy something and she's Samantha Stumbo this Saturday night on toughest nails, private eyes and bodyguards. Part one would shake group and Ryan McMillan Saturday night at eight o'clock in the BBC News radio 10 30. Ryan Thompson with the AC You Weather forecast well, tonight will turn out rather cloudy. You will be windy as well with rain, arriving after midnight's of some of the reign of the heavy toward daybreak could have a little bit of wet snow trying to mix in north and west of 4 95 for a brief time temperatures will be in the thirties inland, but near 40th the coast rain tomorrow. Some of the heavy in the morning will taper off for the afternoon. But we could have some flooding of roads and poor drainage areas..

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But right now, the question is, Can you get those hoses into people's army? Do you have enough vaccinators? Do you have people that you can pull from other jobs? And that's the problem is, hospitals have lots of patients with over 19 within their walls, and then those same people have to then be used to vaccinate. So we're trying to make sure that we have the staffing to do this and getting volunteers. They're calling retired nurses back to volunteer, so all of that's been very difficult to do. Abductor. Adultery. Is this just an exercise in successful in in all but complex kinds of vaccines like Marina vaccines before we get to the solution of a low cost traditional vaccine. Is that really the bridge? We're trying to get to a more traditional vaccine that doesn't need freezing, etcetera. In a way you Marnie Vaccines were a smashing success. They reading a lot of points on the scoreboard and they're gonna change the way we approach emerging infectious diseases, But they're too does vaccines. Both of them require some element of cold storage? Fizer more than Madonna. There is a rate of allergic reaction is several times higher than influenza. So you've gotta watch people for 15 minutes on, Ben. There's these air on an emergency use authorization, so you've got to fill out forms. And it's a little bit of a process. So yes, we do want to get to the point where it's like a flu vaccine. Where you just say, Hey, I need my shop today and you walked in, and they give it to you. No questions asked. But we're not quite there. We may get there closer to that with the Johnson and Johnson vaccine, But again, it's still we're going to be a Herculean effort no matter what vaccine we use, because they're trying to vaccinate the entire adult population during him the middle of a fast moving pandemic with the highly efficiently transmitting virus. What would you change now? To make things better at a federal level? I think we have to make sure that you have to meet each state where they are. Each state is doing this a little bit differently. They need help in certain areas. We gotta make sure that we can augment them where they need to. We also need to look at the way that Israel has done this with mass vaccination sites. Are there ways we could do that. When we can use convention center's making new stadiums? We can use high school gymnasiums to try and get people through very quickly and be innovative with that 15 minute period where you have to wait to see if you have an allergic reaction. We have to start to get the pharmacy's engage. We have to get doctor's offices. Engaged, especially with the modern A vaccine, which you could give to doctors offices if the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is approved in January, think that also will make it much easier. But we have to basically make this of warlike effort with the goal of getting vaccine into people's arms and basically have to pull out all the stops all the bureaucracy. We have to get away from a dogmatic priority.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on X96

X96

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on X96

"Arrested and Aurora health firm assist. This is a pharmacist. This is someone that should know better, but he's kind of gone off the deep end Steve Brandenburg. Last week following an investigation into the 57 spoiled vials of the modern, a vaccine, which officials say contained enough doses to inoculate more than five 100 people charges are pending. He believed they were unsafe, said District attorney Adam Karol during a virtual hearing. He added that Brandenburg was upset because he and his wife were divorcing. And an employee said Brandenburg had been bringing a gun to work twice. Oh, my A detective road in a probable cause statement that Brandenburg 46 is an admitted conspiracy theories. I am a conspiracy theorist and pharmacist. And told investigators he intentionally tried to ruin the vaccine because it could hurt people by changing their didna. Misinformation. Around Cove in 19 vaccines has surged online with false claims circulating on everything from the vaccines ingredients. No, it's not babies. Two possible side effects. Um, it is not all tender D and and the side effects that are being reported, are minuscule compared to the numbers of shots that have been administrated. And there, there are always side effects. Yes, people that have, you know, look, flu vaccine or the meeting. There's some people just have side effects, but the greater good is It is many people vaccinated as possible, and the latest little bit of fun going around is they have a schematic for the microchip that's inside the vaccine. Here's a schematic for it right. Well, they looked up that schematic. It's from a fender guitar pedal. It's no, I'm not kidding. This is what is being passed around as fact on your Facebook. Your instagram. Brandenburg admitted he deliberately removed the vials from refrigeration at the graft and medical center overnight on December 24th into 25th and then returned them and then pulled them out again on December 25th on Saturday. The pharmacy technician discovered of a pharmacy technician discovered the vials outside the refrigerator on December 26th. Brandenburg initially said he'd removed the vials the access other items and inadvertently failed to put them back. Well during the vaccine is viable for 12 hours outside refrigeration, so workers use the vaccine to inoculate 57 people before discarding the rest. So there were people that were inoculated with this vaccine that had been left out of Refrigeration. So if if it had not been discovered that he had done this, those people would have falsely believed that they were protected well, and that's what he on DATs kind of what he wanted. He wanted people to go on the media and say I got the shot, but I got it anyway, so it doesn't work. And I just the thought process. It just it just baffles me. Anyway. Sorry. Now this is another another part of it with his wife, so he thinks the world is ending. Before he was arrested for the vaccine tampering tampering. He stopped off at his wife's house and dropped off a water purifier and 2 30 day supplies of food, telling her quote The world is going to crash down and she's in denial. The government's planning cyber attacks and it's going to shut down the power grid, he said. But isn't it your guy and is the president? Is he the one who's going to do it? I don't know. Oh, no, It's the deep state is that's right. Okay. Sure. Sure, sure. So that's a donor candidate. Number two. Yeah, Those shots are gonna mutate Ordina. No, they're not. What the Internet is doing to our world Today is it's that scares me more than the nuke. Or any? Yeah, All right, coming up in a moment. Boner Candidate Number three. It's just a hobby. Alright. Boner Candidate number three for round two. Coming up after this big boy news and opinion window brought to you by brought to you by Bill's Internet. It's not working. Mm. That's what it's project breaking news. This just in, okay? Bond girl that seventies show and Sheena, Queen of the jungle actress Tanya Roberts. Has died at 65. You mean it this time? This is 24 hours after her rip prematurely said she passed away. Now. Apparently, she has actually passed away. Tanya Roberts. Now this is Yeah. This is bad news for bill because.

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"flu vaccine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"flu vaccine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But go and get the flu vaccine this year help help their workers out and then have that conversation about the broken vaccine that you could get your questions answered. And you can make an informed choice And there's one more thing that I want people to know. Put out a call to everyone across America who recovered from Kobe over 15 million people out there to consider donating plasma you actually have Secret weapon inside. See if you can cover me proving everybody has produced antibodies that fight Co big and you could donate those two other people that will help them. You could give the gift of light, but it will also help our health care workers. Because it will lessen the amount of time people are in the hospital and prevent people from potentially having to go into the ICU. So go get your flu vaccine. If you've recovered from probe it, you can go to the fight event of that order and find out where you could donate plasma. And then follow the W Where am I wash your hands? Watch your gift in and wait on gathering that you can. If you can't go to 50 ft, out of and figure out how you can be safer even if you aren't safe at Because at the end of the day, if we all do a little bit, it adds up to a lot of protection. And it helped all of us get to where we wanna be US. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams with some great advice for us here on the show, Dr Adams. Thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us. We always appreciate it. Hey, thank you, And I appreciate it and we're going to get through that people are doing the right thing. That virus would get incredibly unforgiving. And I want people that have hope that holiday season because the finish line's insight. We just gotta keep running towards it. Absolutely thanks again, Dr Adams said. Next up, I'm joined by Dr Jason Wilson, associate medical director of the emergency Department of Tampa General Hospital, to talk about his recent experience. Receiving the covert 19 vaccination. Dr Wilson. We appreciate you joining us and giving us a firsthand perspective. So what are some of the big headlines? You think everyone should know about the vaccine? You received the Visor vaccine. Oh, yeah. Thanks for having me. I did. I have. I fired her back being on Tuesday. And I think that headline number one that I have been taking care of Coke. A patient for almost a year now, and I was really one of the first in line to go get the Coke vaccine. After my colleagues to really understand the science and speak over stations, Parascandola real detriment, impacted covert on the society and were for first in line to get this covert vaccine. Yeah, I think they're letting you in fact, we really understand that science has gone through quite a bit of a local bigger even though they moved very quickly from and idea to a actual back. Seen people complain to their arms. Um, movie ideas level scientific breakthrough with On the M R n a. I go back being when you give a little bit of the instruction book like to the fell to make this thing called by protein which your body from them again, everybody again. Pretty amazing biotechnology so far, think me very faith, very reaffirming, Reassuring Faith. The profile that we're seeing in the real world converted the clinical trials. And this vaccine. You're gonna have to get another round of it soon. Correct. And can you explain why two shots are necessary? Turn the number of back thinking development way We have you sort of a two shot immunity. The first around you kind of find your music from the start making some antibodies. And you could. He showed the new system that signal again this case that tomorrow today, creating that fight, voting against ramp up from or antibody against that. And go after the first vaccine. So after Tuesday, I'm already friend. You create some immunity already just sitting here on day, you know, within a couple of weeks, we'll probably have about 50% efficacy concerning somebody hasn't had the vaccine myself getting sick some code it'll be 50% less. Dead after that second shot in 21 Day, my chance for getting cold that are getting back from cold because somebody wants not have the vaccine goes down by about 95%. That's incredible and welcome news. Of course, I'm joined by Dr Jason Wilson, associate medical director of the Emergency Department of Tampa General Hospital and associate professor with the University of South Florida Health, So the Pfizer vaccine and some of the other vaccines in development are they going to help prevent people from getting infected with covert 19 in the first place? Are they simply gonna lessen the potential severity of the symptoms or is gonna be some combination of the two? Yeah, really important question and help you understand why, for the time being, we're still ready to do things like where math and factors from the public medical help mitigation strategies like social distancing, And the reason for that is because the way that my journal and the Visor vaccine for study was that we looked for people who got Like I'm holding another word. You were a patient rolls to try all you either got the vaccine or you get it. It was randomized. And then we followed you along. And if you got sick from since, um you had sent out the coded. You called the research team up and then they tested you for the virus. And so if you weren't doing picking the virus, you would have gotten past it. And what we know that in the group of people in the not get the vaccine bites of study about 117 people got fixed. Um Coben. And a group of people who didn't get the vaccine on Lee. About eight or nine of those people got sick, and I don't think it looks pretty similar. Well and then what? You're very attractive. In fact, the people got very sick. We need like the ice to you or needed to be put on extra oxygen. Really work made those people at all and the people who got the back feet..

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