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"fred bottom" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Fred. Bottom er with report on religion. A new Pew Research Center survey asked people in 34 different countries, whether belief in God is necessary in order to be moral and have good values, and we found that median of 45% say that, yes, it is necessary to believe in God in order to have good morals, But 51% across these 34 countries say that it is not Necessary to believe in God. So we saw quite a divergence in terms of countries around the world on this question about the necessity of God in order to be moral, the few research centers Jacob Poster specifically. Indonesia, Philippines, Kenya, Nigeria, SUBSAHARAN Africa, Southeast Asia, Large majorities Up to 96% say that it's necessary to believe in God and according to the moral But on the other hand places like Sweden, France, the Czech Republic, less than two in 10 say that it's necessary to believe in God in order to be moral, so there's a lot of diversity around the world on this question. The U. S is right in the middle, 44% say it's necessary in Canada, it was 26%. Don't tell us that economic development plays a large role and whether people think that belief in God is necessary in order to be moral in general, those countries with more advanced economies. In other words, countries that have higher GDP per capita are less likely to say it is necessary to believe in God in order to be moral, where those in emerging and developing economies, which have lower GDP per capita are much more likely to say that is necessary with report on religion. Fred Bottom er CBS News Reject sports in the top trending stories coming up next WCBM NEWS Time. 12 42 J. Foreigner Here CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making The right financial decisions has never been more important. When you turned.

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Washington University, Saint Louis University to begin COVID-19 vaccine trials

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00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Washington University, Saint Louis University to begin COVID-19 vaccine trials

"School of Medicine can work South Editor Fred Bottom ER vaccine trials will enroll about 3000 volunteers for each trial. We can't exactly what studies But the network is anticipating running at least five different vaccine studies. And so both schools will have opportunities to participate in several of these studies, and we expect that they're going to be starting actually very Washington University vaccine researcher Dr Rachel Prestige If you're over 18 and Andi have potentially being exposed to co bit, we are interested in having you in these vaccines. Study. Dr Presti says it will be critically important to enroll participants. Over the age of 65 who are hit hardest by the virus. Fred Bottom are saying it was his news radio KMOX. Missouri governor Mike Parsons says his comments last Friday on covert 19 and

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"This's Fred. Bottom. ER, look at the weekend Health Gilead Sciences is giving an optimistic update on it's Kobe. 19 treatment, Gillian says Rendez severe resulted in a 62% reduction in mortality in severely ill covert patients. In a late stage study compared to patients receiving standard care. The Silicon Valley Biotech says over 74% of the patients were fully recovered within 14 days, compared to 59% of patients on standard care. Australia is the latest country to GreenLight from desert here for use and hospitalized adolescent and adult patients with covert 19 Joining the U. S. Europe, India and Japan. The World Health Organization says it wants to reconsider whether it's possible covert 19 can be spread by airborne transmission. CBS News Medical contributor Dr David against several days ago A group of scientists sent a letter to the World Health Organization asking that they re evaluate their position on airborne transmission to airborne transmission is not droplets that happens when you speak when you cough. But it's small particles virus that remain in the air and the W. H O. The World Health Organization had made a policy that they did not think it was involved in the spread of the virus and Now they have changed their policy in saying that they don't know and that more research is needed. They urgently need to figure out if this is a mode of spread more debate on whether kids can return to school safely anew. Commentary in the journal Pediatrics concludes that Children do not frequently transmit cove in 19 and that schools can and should reopen this fall, keeping social distancing and community transmission in mind. The conclusions are based on several recent studies Analyzing Cove in 19 transmission by Children. A new study provides new evidence that black people are at greater risk of catching cove in 19 the study found. Black people are more than twice as likely as white people to test positive for covert 19. The authors say. Some of this could be because the medical conditions that increased vulnerability to the virus, hypertension and diabetes, for instance, are more prevalent among black people. Also, African Americans are far more likely. Workers, bus drivers, janitors, hospital porters, security guards all those essential services that carried the highest risk of exposure. Vicki Barker CBS News A new Mask mandate is coming at a popular coffee chain beginning next Wednesday. All Starbucks customers must wear a face mask in order to enter the stores if there's no government mandate in place. The coffee chain says you won't need to wear one and its drive throughs are for curbside pickup. Starbucks made its cafe employees wear a mask or facial covering since April, is part of broader changes had implemented for the Corona virus. Roughly 20 states and Washington D. C have a statewide mask mandate. While new hot spots like Arizona and Florida do not matter, Piper CBS News and that's a look at the weekend health. I'm Fred Bottom. For all our sakes,.

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Fauci says some states should pause reopening, but hopes to avoid another shutdown

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00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Fauci says some states should pause reopening, but hopes to avoid another shutdown

"Fred. Bottom. Er, Dr Anthony Fauci says Hard hit states should think about pausing but not completely shutting down. In response to the surgeon, Kobe 19 cases I would hope we don't have to result to shut down. I think that would be something that is obviously an extreme. I think it would not be viewed very, very favorably. Even by the states of the city's involved rather than think, in terms of reverting. Back down to a complete shutdown. I would think we need to get those states pausing. In their opening process, looking at what did not work well. And try to mitigate that. I don't think we need to go back to an extreme

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

07:54 min | 5 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Back to health matters presented by SSM health voice of Saint Louis MO acts this is Kmart self editor Fred bottom are early on in the corona virus pandemic many of us were afraid to go to the doctor's office or clinic or the hospital or the ER hearing we might pick up the corona virus but health officials say that's not the case anymore here to talk with us about that is doctor Michelle Phillips Dr Phillips is the medical director for SSM health cardinal Glennon pediatrics primary care clinics thank you Philip thanks for joining us thank you for having me thank you for the ups if we have to take your child to a clinic what sort of safety precautions are being taken so I'm we're doing lots of things hopefully to prepare for the safe return of our patients we're ready thing to look a little bit different but one of the things that we're doing and nationally A. R. the health screenings so certainly all patients visitors and staff for that matter screen for symptoms of the current novel coronavirus and then we also have temperature checked prior to entering our buildings that and that is true of all of our staff and physicians to so we'll do that prior to coming into the office for work what about social distancing and masking so masking is everyone coming to our clinics and hospitals is required to Merrick where some sort of mask or face covering to protect our staff our physicians and care providers and other patients that are going to be coming to PS if you don't have one certainly will provide one for you social distancing also a very important piece as we know these these viruses are spread person to person by close contact so we want to maintain that social distancing where we can so we're doing a few things one of which were avoiding use of our waiting rooms where it's possible and we're trying not to have people congregating in these areas so immediately rooming them upon their arrival it in those areas where we need to utilize waiting rooms you'll see some changes there are some things are rearranged to make sure that we have signs and things in place to make sure people are maintaining that appropriate physical distance scene and we're also limiting the number of patients that are scheduled around the same time period again to ensure that we have the room availability to allow us to maintain that proper distance and we're also trying to keep our well patients separated from our sick patients so if we have patients that were concerned potentially might have corona virus we're trying to keep those patients either in different hours of operations of our clinics or in separate hallways to keep them from coming into any potential contact with our healthy patient so if you're taking your child to the clinic for some sort of a medical concern there is a very minimum chance that they can pick up the virus berry minimum gas and and certainly even to that to that point Dan calling our office the initial phone call we're doing the screens to figure out you know what's the reason for the visit were asking about potential sentence in those patients any known exposures that that families have had that we we know we're the proper place for this patient to be seen and what precautions do we need to be taking to make sure that they're not scheduled or have any potential contact with some of our healthy well patients so that all comes after the pre registration stage correct yeah so pre registration I think it's important to collect that information and make sure that we're directing patients to the appropriate place for care but also we're attempting to collect all the necessary information in advance as far as pre registration and pre registration so that we're limiting the also the contact the monistat that that families have to come in contact with while they're at the office so that we can immediately ran them working in verbal consent where that practice is appropriate so really trying to limit touch points what about visitation policy so medication policy we are still asking that only one parent or guardian or you know it doesn't mean that the parents have have given permission to bring their child a company that child to the office visit again the point there is to limit the number of visitors at our facilities and and limit any potential exposures that may be there as you know some some patients are walking around without symptoms and fill up the potential to possibly spread the virus so we're trying to be as safe as we can if you bring your child in are you allowed to go with your child yes so we do ask that it's just one parent but I think you know what technologies these days we also have other we have the technology available if both parents want to be a part of the visit absolutely having phones available to face time we now have telehealth available to so we can we have the the ability to bring up an audio visual visit so we can we can have both parents involved but we ask that just one parent accompany the child into the building and enter that room to limit exposures are you seeing an increased use of telehealth options these days yes certainly you know as as restrictions started coming out and we were able to get our telehealth platforms up and running we were we were starting to see a big increase in that telehealth platform thankfully as we've we've we've been able to put more the safety precautions in the clinics and assuring our families that we're doing everything we can to make sure that they're they're safe when they're attending clinic visits we are starting to see more people come come in person and making sure they're staying up to date on immunizations but we do still have telehealth available for those that aren't comfortable coming into the office yet or have other barriers that may keep them from coming in so that's that's been a really great thing to come of that that we have that platform that we can see patients with we're talking with doctor Michelle Phillips Dr Phillips is the medical director at cardinal Glennon pediatric primary care doctor Phillips let's talk about the enhanced cleaning of the rooms of the instruments used what what are you doing there yes so certainly we've you know we've always practice and good disinfecting procedures that we're being extra cautious there so making sure that we're disinfecting everything more off and making sure that we have you know any touch points all door handles all the equipment as you mentioned we're also limiting what's actually in the rooms where we're seeing the patients we know children are kind of tend to wanna be curious in gravel lots of things so we tried to move all of those potential objects that don't need to be in the room out of the room and making sure that we're doing enhance cleaning procedures after each patient and certainly at the end of the day doing more enhance cleaning and disinfection just to keep trying again keep our patients safe we also have designated rooms that will use that you know we can shut down if needed if there's anything if we're needing to get a medication that might increase these respiratory droplets in a sick patient for instance we we are shutting those rooms down for an appropriate amount of time prior to disinfecting them appropriately to make sure that we're not bringing I help the patient or another patient into that room Dr Phillips what do you want parents to know about the risk of coronavirus and kids so what I think is is really important to know is that you know certainly the sentence can be really highly variable and and and children especially many of them are a symptomatic or having very very mild symptoms it's unusual that we're seeing severe illness with this novel coronavirus and children stating I think that that's really important the biggest thing is just you know making sure that were or washing our hands having your children sing the ABC's to make sure the thing them long enough trying keep them away from.

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Editor Fred bottom recess there are a couple of things we need to keep in mind Washington University infectious diseases specialist doctor Jason Newland at St Louis children's hospital says we need to keep up all those safety measures we've been practicing I know people are gonna want to go out and spend time with their loved ones and some friends I think we have to limit the gatherings it's okay now to start talking about maybe expanding our circle but we have to remember that there is risk when we start being around more people doctor Newman says a barbecue with a couple close friends or family members is probably okay as long as you know they also have been practicing social distancing mask wearing and good hand hygiene but avoid any big gatherings for a bottom or St louis' news radio KMOX meantime all fifty states have you stay home restrictions that are now in a re opening phase as people begin to return to pre lock down like many are still worried about contracting covert nineteen CBS a day in the back it says some activities are more risky than others call again in a professor of microbiology and immunology at the USC Keck school of medicine explains why hair salons are higher risk environments you have that much more personal interaction with your hairstylist somebody doing your nails you copy six feet apart canon says any place where people aren't closed for hours at a time whether it's at work or places of worship there's a higher risk of infection but wearing a mask will help a new survey indicates that all area residents will be cautious about returning to businesses and restaurants I will preferred those that take precautions against the corona virus all thirty nine percent of the twenty three hundred respondents say they'll return to dining out or shopping at a small business wants to stay at home order is lifted thirty five percent say they'll wait a month or more nearly fifteen percent say they'll wait two weeks.

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"fred bottom" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on WTOP

"Report on religion Fred bottom or CBS news W. T. in nineteen ninety traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks us update our situation in Virginia southbound ninety five the ramp to go south on Virginia route two thirty for Dumfries road the drought the downed tree had the ram block but just got the word in just the last minute or so from Virginia state authority said that it is now clear and that ramp has been re open the rest of the read a ninety five relatively uneventful no reported delays three ninety five quite in the travel lanes between the the fourteenth street bridge in Springfield interchange sixty six watch for work eastbound inside the beltway after Lee highway in Washington Boulevard was last seen around the right side on the beltway no reported delays let's go to Maryland and thank you again to the caller for the update on our broken down tractor trailer two seventy northbound heading towards Frederick this to be near exit thirty one for eighty five Bucky's town pike the right lane blocked the Maryland state trooper there with the truck running some interference so stated left with caution northbound to seventy near exit thirty one for Bucky's town pike the rest of the right onto seventy as quiet as he is ninety five as is the B. W. parkway apparently fifty across the bay bridge at last report we still had wind warnings in effect extra caution high profile vehicles and motorcycles getting to and from the shore but doing so otherwise without delay district travel south the southwest freeway is quiet DC two ninety five and I. two ninety five rolling without any reported problems the end Crawford WTOP traffic freeze warnings continue early on this Saturday for areas north and west of the C. with lows in the upper twenties probably nearly thirty eight to forty or so in Washington as the skies clear and blustery winds kick up sun and clouds later on their Saturday it's.

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Pfizer starts clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccine

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01:04 min | 7 months ago

Pfizer starts clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccine

"Drugmaker Pfizer is testing an experimental vaccine on people in Germany I'm Fred bottom so how did Fizer get to human trials so fast CNN medical contributor Dr Seema Yasmin says it's because Pfizer is doing something completely different in its quest for a coronavirus vaccines usually with vaccines for a virus you're working in the lab with the virus itself so usually you get a shot and it contains a data version of the virus maybe a weakened version of the virus we're just a small chunk of the virus and that's how your immune system knows what to recognize and how to protect you the FISA enovia and other companies are not doing that they're not working with the virus itself instead what they're doing is looking at the genetic sequence of the new coronavirus and using a different technology that DNA technology all RNA technology in the case of FISA what they do having looked at the virus's genes they take a small pot give thought to humans and then our own body starts churning out not the whole virus that little bits of it and that's how our immune system gets exposed and

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:38 min | 7 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And Fred bottom or at seven fifty for more in depth perspective on fighting cove in nineteen in the emergency room but first what's on tap traffic and weather together a warm weekend on the way accu weather meteorologist dean devore will join us Roger brand writer this is your personal information on your laptop in this is what happens when you connect to the coffee shop wifi or buy something with your smartphone your information can ping pong all over the place to be exposed to cybercriminals more threads demand more protection that's why Norton and LifeLock are now part of one company Norton three sixty with LifeLock provides all in one membership for your cyber safety the gives you device security identity theft protection a VPN for online privacy and more no one can prevent all cybercrime and identity theft the Norton three sixty with LifeLock is your ally in today's connected world after all your info isn't gonna stop bouncing around anytime soon sign up today for Norton three sixty with LifeLock and save twenty five percent or more of your first year by going to Norton dot com slash radio that's Norton dot com slash radio for twenty five percent off thinking about life insurance what if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly rated price competitive companies well that's exactly what happens when you call select quote life for example George is forty he was getting sky high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure but when I shopped around I found him a ten year five hundred thousand dollar policy for under twenty five dollars a month I'm select quote agent dance aveeno and believe me if select quote isn't shopping for your life insurance you're probably paying too much for your free quote call eight hundred seven zero four twenty three thirty that's eight hundred seven zero four twenty three thirty eight hundred seven zero four twenty three thirty or go to select quote dot com since nineteen eighty five we shop you save get full details on the example policy it's local dot com slash commercials are price can vary depending on your health insurance company the fact table it's news time seven forty traffic and weather together here's Roger Brandon the steeple traffic center there is traffic works a source of Chesterfield fence and deck river projects getting on highway B. already seeing a backup east of off road over toward highway but if I go all the way over them is about midway through that stretch but they're already.

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:39 min | 7 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"News time is six thirty five for the past four weeks KMOX health editor Fred bottom or is been posing questions sent in by listeners about corona virus to doctor Fred buckled at Saint Louis University hospital this listener wants to know the numbers for fidelity's right now appear to be about the same when it comes to corona virus compared to the flu so why is the corona virus worse than the flu you know it it's it's not a question of one of my that same question over the weekend and and really I think it's more it goes back to this idea of potential do you know the the the the case fatality rate so so in other words the number of people they get this infection reduces the percentage of people that die are certainly higher encoded and I I think that tell us what that number is I mean that you know every thousand people they get the flu about five wall wall wall accidents whereas for every thousand of people they get coded roughly anywhere from ten to thirty if not slightly more people will die that should stick to the US for turns it paid four times the amount of of risk of getting cold and merciful the second big component this is what we saw in China it's what you see in northern Italy that's certainly what you see in the northeast sticking around your kids it has a potential alone in the system in that overwhelm its pride most important part that that changes this idea of mortality because again if we're out of people or women to take care of you you know there's nothing we can I I mean there's very little we can do and I think that's the part of just not so much the you know with who's a seasonal hello this is it it is called a fairly predictable curve that starts you know in the mid to late fall in laughs usually cool spring and we you know again in the hospital in December before could hear me we were we were full to the gills you know it's just a very very busy trying to that was also it was stressful and and in a busy time but we can handle it you know with coated if if if you're in an area that's just return the bridge just kind of widespread and you're having this all these emissions dental wellness present biggest problem of just you know that there is no capacity him of that that's a different that's such an instructor who is predictable we can not only comes with your hair you know we can staff up our our ability to prepare for this city and we're kind of used to it and yet people do die but at a smaller rate compared to who are affected in code if it along the system it can be devastating you can hear Dr buckles entire conversation with Fred bottom or clicking on the podcast corona virus backs only available at cable X. dot com or the radio dot com apt and here's what's on tap April fifteenth is Jackie Robinson day in Major League Baseball honoring the day Jackie Robinson made his major league debut and broke the color barrier in the support that was April fifteenth nineteen forty seven listen to cable exports at six forty five we will have a part of that interview between Jack Bach and Jackie Robinson from nineteen sixty this is your personal information on your laptop in this is what.

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Self editor Fred bottom are getting out the facts of the corona virus what are the symptoms of this illness now known as cope in nineteen patients with COPD nineteen have had mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms of fever cough and shortness of breath the CDC says you should seek medical advice if you develop symptoms that have been in contact with the person known to have coded nineteen or if you live in an area with ongoing spread of covert nineteen for the latest on Kobe nineteen go to cable X. dot com right now the audio cut of the day hi are you kind of the day here and it is sponsored by the good feet store pain relief and comfort to fit any budget we I think Charles Barkley a few times because earlier in the week Jane he was like March you can't play March madness without fans of smart satisfied by the way I think he was right about that I would have preferred the whole tournament canceled which is what they did right but now listen to this at the earlier part of the week in New York City I when I got to allow yesterday I wasn't feeling well and I talked to a couple people at Turner and a couple doctors they told me to set up quarantine for the next forty eight hours so I started yesterday this is my second day I have been feeling great and didn't want me to take any chances so they told me to quarantine myself for forty eight hours women took the corona virus test later this afternoon I have not got the results back so I'm just kind of in limbo right now Holdren and I'm really hoping it would just above what what what you're gonna have I think you know in the coming weeks you'll have more more people that we do know the in Tom Hanks and his wife and hopefully they're gonna be okay again most of the people who are gonna get this the event will be okay all right so that's important to recognize but we don't want to like when it passes through a nursing home like well right even experienced and and Washington I mean it does not take much for you know the death toll to get again how quickly I think it was twenty two people that died in a nursing home in Washington state you know that's what you worry about that's the strain you worry about we have Sam page the county executive saying this today today I'm issuing an executive order declaring a state of emergency in St Louis county this executive order is designed to give public health officials the tools they need to prevent the spread of this virus with all the resources of county government so beginning tonight at five PM organized events of more than two hundred and fifty people will be prohibited this limit is based on opinions of public health experts the most up to date guidance from the CDC I'm my own judgment as a medical doctor well the world has changed in a string of very very quickly Jane so try to enjoy the weekend safelite solutions are they safe it's already some sugar for that reason custard absolutely there you go thanks to them we had a a nice round table today we'll talk on Monday afternoon.

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"X. health editor Fred bottom or is been getting answers this morning to some of our most common coronavirus question just how dangerous is the coronavirus sore what's the Pataudi rate like here CBS news medical contributor Dr terror in Aruba when you look at what we know from China eighty percent of those cases were mild they had mild symptoms only about fourteen percent were severe and even less were critical the death rate that we have calculated at this point is about two percent although because there's probably so many more cases that we detected it's probably even lower so in the grand scheme of things for most people if they get it it will end up being mild more coronavirus questions are coming up for a bottom or St louis' news radio KMOX to universities in our region aren't taking any chances with covert nineteen K. marks is Brian Feldman has more Debbie Washington university in the university of Illinois bringing home some of those who are studying abroad Washington university sold about three dozen students living in Italy to return home due to corona virus concerns the decision to pull the students out follows an alert from the CDC recommending all non essential travel to Italy be avoided the country one of the hardest hit by the corona virus outbreak as for the university of Illinois all students faculty and staff in Italy and parts of South Korea received an email recently requiring them to return the United States all because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus those returning will have to self quarantine for two weeks before returning to campus those studying abroad elsewhere have the option of receiving help from the university to get home reporting live Brian Feldman St louis' news radio came X. seven people are dead after tornadoes ripped through Nashville and middle Tennessee we'll have that story and more on the way your next check of traffic and weather together is coming up it's a it's forty camel X. news time is six thirty nine I had no tangible evidence that my dad killed anyone but April of last year did have was a feeling.

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Check up with Fred bottom are new numbers are in on the spread of the corona virus more cases of the new corona virus are confirmed on that cruise ship in Japan most of the American passengers have been flown home but there are more than six hundred and twenty confirmed cases on that diamond princess there are no more than seventy five thousand cases of the new coronavirus worldwide more than twenty one hundred people have died this year's flu vaccine is working according to the CDC the flu vaccine is offering protection against influenza according to Brendan Flannery with the CDC's of just how effective is the flu shot well the overall estimate at forty five percent so we're saying that that's a quibble and to reducing the need to go to a doctor or in plans by about half we are now in our second wave the flu this season earlier it was mostly Taipei that was spreading now it's tight cheap both especially bad in children ninety two children have already died from flu this year and he says that number will go higher federal authorities have launched a new crackdown on drug trafficking it's called operation crystal shield federal agents are targeting what they called methamphetamine transportation hubs nationwide the idea is to block or slow the distribution of a highly addictive drug eight sitting said Lana del itself Paso Houston Los Angeles New Orleans Phoenix in Saint Louis have been identified as hubs for methamphetamine from Mexico arrived at fault for regional distribution seizures of math to the U. S. increased by one hundred twenty seven percent of the last two years and that's today's health check up I'm proud bomber to find out more about how your health.

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Rush Limbaugh announces lung cancer diagnosis

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00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Rush Limbaugh announces lung cancer diagnosis

"Show host Rush Limbaugh has announced that he has advanced lung cancer but will continue to do his daily show for as long as he possibly can your with Morris came elects health editor Fred bottom or the shocking announcement came at the end of a show on Monday but the upshot is that I have been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer diagnosis confirmed by to medical institutions back on January twentieth rush will miss the next couple of days while his doctors discuss his course

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:31 min | 11 months ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"To better health decreasing cancer mortality I'm Fred bottom or the cancer death rate usually falls about one and a half percent every year but the latest decrease was two point two percent the biggest drop since nineteen thirty even at one percent two percent three percent decrease in mortality we're talking significant numbers of people thousands of people will be we have been saved by this decrease in mortality author Rancic surgeon at SNL Saint Louis University hospital so here's Dr Keith nana time says long cancers saw the biggest drop due to a number of reasons pretending to cancer from occurring with smoking cessation number two early detection with the screening CT scans can be a C. P. the computed tomography or cat scans and lastly improved therapy both on the chemotherapy side and absurd recite those have led to a decrease in lung cancer mortality and fortunately but thousands of people will be helped by that with sixty seconds to better health I'm Fred bomber if seven fifty let's get you a check of traffic and weather together Roger brand has the latest from the steeple traffic center called every this to work in this accident north county on west bound to seventy left lane remain shut down it is a solid jams crawling along from bell farm road all the way up to this accident which is just before you get to new floors and they cleared the accident respond to seventy eight Lindbergh but traffic jam from three seventy around the horn to that point stop on the bird back up from sharp in there all the way down because originally that ramp from southbound Limburg on these countries have these calls but they have since reopened that is when I we seventy K. to seven nine you're backed up their heavy pockets are ninety four the rock road three sixty four the worst of it is east of junk station after river valley pretty heavy to their self on secure one of park when the sixty four the Boulevard you backed up a little heavy traffic at the west end of the valley then to the Chesterfield parkways it's slow flowing into two seventy on the brakes just briefly the night three Hanley west bound to keyboard keys are with a big band that's a solid backup northbound two seventy we have trouble now there's an accident in the left lane just past forty four there's an accident at Manchester road in the right lane so that all conspires to jam traffic basically back past tests on very on or two seventy makes forty four slope at bowls eastbound thirty but the laser wanting northbound fifty five from loft world up through October gravel is heavy in north brother three still style Jim from Queenie sixty four from ball Avenue all the way to the popular music matters for just fine but the McKinley bridge backed up for Broadway sold for restrictions on W. at Bama road we have water over the world where their next update at seven fifty eight from Stiefel traffic center.

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KMOX News Radio 1120

08:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Editor Fred bottom or hi there and thanks for joining us again today really do appreciate it we've got a lot to talk about over the next hour including some important new hard studies a closer look at long cancer and we'll find out about a new partnership between SSM health and a nonprofit corporation to deal with generic drug shortages but first let's start the show the way we always do with our co host actor Fred buckled doctor buckled is a slew care general internist at SSM health Saint Louis University hospital doctor buckled good to see again was there wanted to start out by talking with you about a new warning from health officials in the state of Illinois they're alerting residents about a potentially deadly fungus that sweeping through the state it's called candida orris in the last three years that we've been counting and keeping track of the individual cases we've had two hundred and seventy confirm two cases and for probable cases Canada or is is a fungus that can cause serious infections it's noteworthy that it's often resistant to medications and it does spread around in in health care settings post acute care facilities nursing homes but most people are at very low risk of infection there are anti fungal medications that are useful in treating this of fungal infection there's some anti fungal drugs that don't work but the majority of cases here in Illinois have been susceptible to anti fungal that's doctor in Gaza Izzy case she's the director of the Illinois department of public health that's a buckle tell us more about candida orris give it is is a fungus and and fungus is just a small species of similar to the bacteria but from a kind of a different animal family or different family biologically that that can cause infections in the right situation so we see patients or L. they haven't action you know as I've said before it almost always most common thing is is a viral infection there's bacterial infections in bacteria are usually one cell organisms that that can infect the body and cause problems that's the bulk of what we see we treat patients in the hospital for infections and then kind of more infrequently in rare is is fungal infections and you know we all are exposed to this fungal crease spores are in the air we breathe there are common just if you come ones are common in the United States differ regions became as common all across the country in to these manifest all our at a couple different scenarios one is when we have patients on antibiotics for a long amount of time for whatever reason right or wrong and you know the end about it does a good job kind of eliminating or reducing the number of different bacteria and you know kind of like a damn that's leaking and you put a a a a figure in one hole you know another whole tends to pop up and that's what fun guy do you take care of all and kill a lot of bacteria our bodies are what warm environments and that's what fungus likes and they tend to proliferate sets that most common way we see it there's also a big area for where patients are either really ill and and they've been ill for a long time in their muted system is compromised or not functioning very well or you know maybe they've had a transplant to deliver our our can you transplant or a bone marrow transplant in there on steroids right other medicines you can reduce the auction of they were immune system and that's also environment we see Canada quite a bit and there's some more common ones and there's ones are a little bit more rare and the rare runs to tend to be a little bit more resistant to our common drive so we used to treat us a bit more gnarly to take care of kind of a rule one night when I teach in the house will take care of patients is if you're sick enough to get became infection typically there's exceptions this is you eat eat your body's been yo L. for sometime so this is not something that healthy robust person typically gets either people have a lot of chronic conditions and they've been encountering the healthcare system more like they've been on antibiotics more than once over the course of the last year or some other time frame like that six months are there symptoms you know it's the same thing is just with any other faction you know you you know people may feel ill they may feel like they have a fever they you know if they're severe infections what gets as worried as you know they're they're not only feeling well but the blood pressure may be low they really just show signs of severe infection I mean it's nothing specific to having a fungus is just really the way we kind of talk about it and and and treated is just if we have a high index of suspicion she was always been I am back for awhile or there me to suppress we tend to at least consider that and and check for it and best form of prevention had well I mean that the the Keller thing is I'll be sack but you know wash your hands do the normal things that are quite good again these are things that just you are probably in our body anyway they just the tender just manifest when you know we suppress other types of bugs in the body so to speak or people just are are pretty L. healthy person walking around is not going to get a fungal infection typically there's an exception of course but it's it would be an unusual we're talking with doctor Fred buckled he's a slew care general internist SSM health Saint Louis University hospital live it later on the show we're going to talk with the cardiologists about a new study regarding stance and bypass surgery but I want to give you a chance as a general internist to tell us what you think about this study that we're going to hear about what do you study shows not Stenson bypasses might be premature for people with severe but stable heart disease from clogged arteries Dr Judith Hochman of NYU school of medicine we just had a discussion about this it's late breaking clinical trial sessions at the American heart association meetings and the panelists agreed that this would be practiced changing and would lead to lower uses stance especially in patients who don't have symptoms for non emergency cases the study shows there's no need to rush into invasive procedures medication and lifestyle changes could be just as beneficial Tom Foley CBS news as a general internist what's your reaction well this isn't surprising at all in fact my argument and and again general internists we we love to need our cardiology college just because it's fun but the there's been no study that showed that this was ever effective so you're what I say this I mean doing an intervention and putting a stent and for people that have what we call stable corners so what that means is you know if you feel healthy and fine and all said you're having chest pain and you go to the house would you say you don us with a heart attack that's pretty standard we have a very standard approach to deal with this you need to you know depend on the situation of an urgent or OR emergence are catheterization what we call an intervention which is just kind of opening up the pipe so to speak but in that dad's say every time you mow the yard you have a little bit of pain you stop mowing the yard you don't have pain we call that stable disease meaning that we can predict when it occurs you know when it's going to Kerr and you know there's never been any trial ever done that shows that doing anything about this other than the tree with medicine has a fact with a couple small kind of specific exemptions and so you know for general interest myself who treats us quite a bit is is this is this is to be expected it's all over the twitterverse about you know this debate and and a lot of people in kind of my camp feel strongly right well this is no surprise and nothing that it's been known for at least ten years from our perspective so it's an interesting it's it's interesting to the study and it's another one it's just going to prove that and again I think it really just shows how great the therapies we have a route are right now you know a Staten you know what the cholesterol medicines that are out daily aspirin when you have disease blood pressure management really talking about smoking cessation I mean these things are huge and they they really do a phenomenal job of reducing disease such that young caresses these be the number one killer in the United States house number two and that's really because of the medical profession and lifestyle regions and and policy and such so you know it's it's a big win for the country it was a lot of work to do but it this it just confers a point one final one for you and I guess it's the big question of the coming week I with thanksgiving coming up the question is do you cheat don't you cheat thanksgiving day be a cheat day.

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Pulmonologist advises people to avoid vaping, for now

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Pulmonologist advises people to avoid vaping, for now

"A local poll monologist says the evidence is clear people should avoid vaping for now that advice comes in the wake of another death in Illinois due to a gaping related lung injury Hey Mike south editor Fred bottom or explains the Illinois department of public health says this fourth death in this state is a resident who had been recently hospitalized with a long injury associated with the use of an E. cigarette or vaping product no other details are being given at this time doctor most an **** on is a poem an allergist with that system health medical group in Saint Charles county I would suggest to anybody who is still smoking his cigarettes to quit smoking tell me no more at this time a total of one hundred seventy nine people in Illinois ranging in age from thirteen to seventy five years old with a median age of twenty two have experience along injuries after vaping forty one more cases are under investigation nationwide forty two deaths in twenty four states including one in Missouri Fred bottom are saying this is news radio

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"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Up with Fred bottom are British in vitro fertilization specialists say they've perfected a medical procedure that could literally turned back on menopausal woman's clock in the procedure ovarian tissue is extracted from a woman while she still fertile and frozen then when she approaches menopause it's really injected into her ovaries reversing her menopause this tissue active again as soon as you put it in but CBS medical consultant Dr David agus warns it's early days don't know I mean this is an experiment that we're not there no the answer to for several decades with price taxes high is thirteen thousand dollars for the procedure many women may still find taking H. R. T. to be just as effective but a lot more affordable an international study published in the journal of the American medical association calls frailty a medical condition rather than an inevitable result of aging researchers in Australia found patients over sixty with symptoms such as low energy we progress slow walking or unexplained weight loss were likely to be diagnosed as frail doctors say muscle strength training and protein supplements may prevent or delay frailty a multi state outbreak of salmonella has been linked to popular pig here dog treats there are a couple of concerns more than twenty percent of those who've gotten sick for children under the age of five the other concerns as the CDC's Meghan Nichols is the strain of salmonella that's in these figure dog treats is resistant to antibiotics the person that type of L. infection and need to be hospitalized and receive antibiotics and locate the antibiotics you normally use might not work the CDC does not recommend you Beyer speed figure treat your pets and throw them away if you have to make your house and that's today's health check up I'm proud bottom to find.

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Vatican Ruling: What's Said In Confession, Stays In Confession.

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Vatican Ruling: What's Said In Confession, Stays In Confession.

"Now time for report on religion what said in confession stays in confession I'm Fred bottom or with report on religion that's the ruling from the Vatican's highest court at the Vatican document has said is that what a priest learns inside the confessional even if it's nature is a warrant for example sex abuse of a minor under no circumstances can now be revealed under severe penalties for the priest which normally means excommunication CBS news producer animatronic in Italy the reason that they've put out this document is because there is pressure now on the church because of the sex abuse crisis remember last the last last summer the summer of shame or we had the Pennsylvania dog rancher report the McCarrick affair all of this is put pressure on the church to reveal sex abuse that they've learned about inside the confessional further John Pizzarelli has been a priest for more than forty years I think pope Francis has stepped up to us to underscore that the sacredness of the sacrament is needs to be preserved acknowledging the horrific NASA sexual abuse but it is not allow our priestesses spent as a moral obligation to to keep the seal of compassion we have to challenge this new ruling by the pope because it it doesn't do anything for the safety of children does nothing for the safety of children ten line is an abuse victim and president of the survivors network of those abused by priests there should have been a another component in that component is this any preset receives information about sexual abuse should tell the person confessing to speak to him afterwards to tell him the exact same store so that it can be reported to the place outside of confession with report on religion Fred bottom or CBS

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CDC warns not to eat romaine lettuce amid new E. coli outbreak

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CDC warns not to eat romaine lettuce amid new E. coli outbreak

"Lettuce E coli contamination outbreak the CDC is out with a broad alert to throw out any Romain lettuce. You may have due to a new outbreak of illnesses caused by a very dangerous type of E coli thirty. The two cases in eleven states with twelve hospitalizations in general, the E coli that strain that is causing this infection. That's called o one fifty seven eight seven that E coli. Typically hawks fillets is about twenty thirty percent of people. So this seems to be a little stronger than that. Given how many people have been authorized that's infectious diseases specialist Dr near off Patel at Saint Louis university hospital. The CDC says this type of E coli can contaminate the lettuce from within. So you can't just wash it off. Which is why everyone's being advised to throw out any form of romaine. They may have coming up in the news at eight twenty two health editor Fred bottom or goes in depth on this still developing story.

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

"fred bottom" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Fred bottom or has the Sanders says after eleven years of trying to outrun, depression and PTSD symptoms. He society to seek treatment. Behavioral health specialist, Anthony bath, sometimes just a process. It's a process that some individuals live with and struggle with and to a worsens, and or they find themselves trying to medicate the symptoms of PTSD with drugs or alcohol is the director of health treatment and recovery at Saint Joseph hospital in Saint Charles can be cured and or it can be treated for some individuals. Just a lifelong struggle for other individuals with appropriate treatment, they can go on and lead a normal productive light. And bath says Cantor's public disclosure of his PTSD could help others with the disorder. Seek treatment is well Fred bottom. Newsradio eleven twenty chemo X. The feds are out making arrests rounding up ten suspects accused of running a major meth ring on the streets of Saint Louis. Assistant US attorney Tom Alba's says the meth was shipped here from California stored in a safe house and sold on the streets one shipment alone. Wait almost three pounds. That's enough for thousands in St. sales amphetamine is still there's still a tremendous. Demand for it. And it is well documented that isn't it is an extremely addictive substance that obviously as I say, there's a lot of demand for still in this community Alba says they seized seventy thousand dollars in cash guns, jewelry and BMW. If convicted the suspects could face mandatory minimum sentences of ten years in prison. A woman has been found dead by gunshot inside a burning South County apartment. The woman was found inside of an apartment in the eighty nine hundred block of Kidder avenue. Saint Louis county. Police got the call just after one pm for that fire officers from the Afghan precinct found her inside the same unit that caught fire. She's believed to be about fifty years old. But no other identifying information was released police say she died from a gunshot wound and not from the fire. Everybody else in the complex evacuated and nobody else was hurt after and Clayton fire departments put out the blaze and the regional bomb and arson squad is investigating Michael Calhoun, NewsRadio eleven twenty kmox. Several dozen protesters gathering outside the regional office of US Senator ROY blunt today, urging him to change his presumed. Yes. Vote on supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh to know, Saint Louis alderman and sexual assault. Survivor making green..

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Two American Cardinals Visit the Vatican

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Two American Cardinals Visit the Vatican

"Forty two American cardinals. Visit the Vatican. I'm Fred bottom. Or with report on religion top US cardinals had an audience with pope Francis. This past week at the Vatican to discuss the widening sex abuse scandal within the Catholic church. Vatican says the pope Francis has reflected deeply on the crisis of sex abuse, which is rocking the church, and which was the topic of conversations with two top US cardinals. One of them cardinal Sean O'Malley of Boston who is the top people adviser on sex abuse. The other cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston, Texas, who is the head of US Bishop CBS news correspondent Seth down. It was DeNardo. Who back in August called for this audience with the pope and has pushed the Vatican for a full investigation into the issue of disgraced former cardinal Theodore McCarrick who resigned this summer after act. Musicians were deemed credible that he had abused. Minor nearly fifty years ago at that same time other allegations began to surface that he had abused a number of adult seminarians and that had been an open secret known about at the Vatican. For years DeNardo is asking for outsiders to play a role in church investigations and for new channels to be established to report abuse. And doom reports there's a new twist in the story reports emerging from Texas that cardinal DiNardo himself is being accused of helping cover up a predator priest in his area. This is he pushes the Vatican for more action here only complicating matters during the meeting. Pope Francis, accepted the resignation of West Virginia Bishop Michael brands field and authorized that investigation into allegations the Bishop sexually harassed adults. Pope francis. Meanwhile, is called for top bishops from around the world to attend a special summit on the issue at the Vatican in

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New York City caps ridesharing licenses, deals major blow to Uber and Lyft

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New York City caps ridesharing licenses, deals major blow to Uber and Lyft

"Not so fast in. New York City for companies like. Uber and lift the city council voted to cap those types of cars. For at least a year and create. A minimum wage for drivers here CBS news transportation correspondent Kris van cleave the. City council created a minimum wage for drivers that's the first major city in the country to one cap, the number, of vehicles, that can, be a ride sharing app, service vehicle in to to create a minimum wage in the meantime Illinois legislation designed to ensure rideshare drivers undergo adequate background checks is now law the statement from the Illinois Senate democrat, says it took effect on Tuesday it requires those applying to be rideshare drivers provide their full name social security number as well as their data birth the statement also says that before, the new law, perspective drivers were only required to give their address age driver's license number motor vehicle registration and in Info state Senator Daniel bliss says requiring. Via additional, information means that, ride, sharing, companies are now same the health of the same. Standard as other transportation services have had to abide by

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"W WBZ news time twelve forty-three. Catholic teaching on the death penalty I'm, Fred bottom or with report on religion. The Catholic church is taking a tougher stand against the death penalty Francis has changed the. Catholic church is teaching on the death penalty declaring. It it admissible in all circumstances. Until now the church did not exclude capital punishment if this was the only possible way of defending human lives against an unjust aggressor poop Francis has often spoken out against the death penalty seeing it can never be justified Sabina castle. Franco's CBS news It's. No longer a matter of prudential judgment there's no. Circumstances any, longer in which the death penalty is morally justify Michael. Winters is a columnist for the national Catholic reporter John Paul who was the first to really raise reservations about that and the purpose of the. Death penalty was not punishment it was a protection of society, from the criminal that you had to put them away until he wouldn't do it again in modern conditions that requirement is easily met that you can keep, someone walked away safely and then he won't be there was no further need for the, death penalty winter says this decision highlights and. Ongoing discussion within the Catholic church whole debate. About life issues have been characterized by fundamental separation between those who. Think abortion should. Be the primary focus and everything else is secondary and those. Who think there should be a more, holistic approach what we would call the. Consistent ethic of life when we talk about being pro-life because that means simply that we're. Committed to the dignity of the unborn which certainly, the churches or does it mean, we're also committed as publicized Human dignity of prisoners that's not lost just because you did a horrible thing. The new teaching it's. Expected to run into opposition in the US and other countries where the death penalty is legal with..

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President Trump, Russian Orthodox Church and America discussed on Total Information AM

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President Trump, Russian Orthodox Church and America discussed on Total Information AM

"Now downtown Kmox news time seven twenty two I'm Brian Feldman. Live in the news room breaking, in Toronto police say a second. Victim has, died after, the mass shooting Sunday night a dozen more still injured the gunman. Also. Died after, exchanging gunfire with police President Trump and Iran going back and, forth on Twitter with threats of war President Trump also. Attacking special counsel Robert Muller's, investigation on social, media he says once again it's a disgrace to. America and the witch hunt should be dropped immediately Tom Brian Israel is praising President, Trump for his tough position on Iran CBS news correspondent Robert Berger has Isreaeli reaction from Jerusalem I'm Robert burger in Jerusalem Israeli Prime. Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised. President Trump for what he called his tough position on Iran Netanyahu said Iran has. Been spoiled by the world powers but now. He said The US is standing firm against Iranian aggression two people are, dead and other person seriously injured in three separate shootings in. North Saint Louis last night around seven thirty man was shot numerous times and died in the thirty. Eight hundred block. Of cottage twelve forty five this morning a. Man in, his forty shot but died at the hospital that shooting happened, at north market and bacon. And a third victim shot in the, back around three this morning in the thirty nine hundred block of Laverty Thirty-three-year-old Hillsborough woman. Was killed last evening when she, was thrown from her car after. It ran, off Washington, county route h near route a and overturned investigators say Chelsea San Souci. Was, not, wearing a seatbelt a big national convention in town this week, as members of the orthodox church in America an offshoot. Of the Russian Orthodox church, are here for, their nineteenth all American Council some eight hundred members. Of the orthodox church in America hierarchy clergy and laity are meeting at the Union, Station hotel OC secretary The very. Reverend Eric Tozzi highlight of the convention is. The liturgy on Thursday morning where all the bishops gathered together and then we it's followed by. A formal dinner in the evening where we have speakers coming in from around the world this year we have. Archbishop Leila Finland. Who was, a great friend of the church, and he'll be coming through to to give us some words he says fourteen cities bid for the convention Saint Louis was chosen he says because it was easily accessible and affordable for its members Saint Louis also hosted the orthodox church in America convention in nineteen eighty nine Fred bottom or NewsRadio seven twenty chemo wax the Illinois department of innovation and technology came Alexis Brad showed found out why it was created state government needed some major technology upgrades says do it acting secretary. Kirk lawn bomb he says they've already made big strides since the agency was formed, in two thousand sixteen in the past two years Illinois is. Truly become a data driven state and we are seizing the power Data to drive. Down costs and make better decisions data analytics is being used to. Advance critical efforts such as, the opioid task force, the, governor's cabinet. On children and youth and saving the state millions of dollars in fraud detection lawn bomb. Says do it has also, launched the first statewide security operations center to, detect cyber threats around the clock There's never a dull moment.

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Baby teething drugs contain potentially deadly ingredient, FDA warns

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Baby teething drugs contain potentially deadly ingredient, FDA warns

"The unemployment rate down in all illinois metro areas for the second straight month illinois department of employing employment security spokesman bob go says the drop in all fourteen metro areas in april when compared with a year ago shows continued improvement in the economy on employment rates on some of the lowest we've seen in quite some time and we're at the point where if you are looking for work you should be able to find it the metro east added sixteen hundred jobs over the year and it's unemployment rate fell to three point four percent compared to four point one percent last april a local pediatrician applauds the fda's call for certain teething medications to be taken off the mark fda issued warnings about teething products that contain the popular numbing ingredient benz o'kane several times before but now it is asked manufacturers to stop selling the product have been reports of illnesses and deaths as a result of using these teething gels that contain ben to luke here's dr ken hallard is a pediatrician at sm health cardinal glennon children's hospital the fda what it came out with was a much stronger warning and a call to take take these medications off the market pallor says a good alternative is to give babies teething rings with water in them or a cold wash cloth to chew on or simply massaging their gums to relieve pain fred bottom or newsradio eleven twenty chemo axe coming up in camel wax news at.

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Pope Francis Celebrates His Fifth Anniversary

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Pope Francis Celebrates His Fifth Anniversary

"Inches of fresh snow fall in seven days kcbs news time ten twenty two francis celebrates an anniversary i'm fred bottom with report on religion five years ago this week cardinal jorges mario berg all the o of argentina was elected pope and took the name francis data the first pope from the americas appearing on the central balcony of saint peter's basilica speaking casualty to the crowd below cbs news reporter sabina castro franco covers the vatican from rome five years on pope francis is hugely popular with admirers all over the world but also critics when he was elected feeding you who he was now everyone does and he has won people over with his.

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"Health dangers associated with radioactive contaminants like those found at the west lake landfill site after editon g toriola is an epidemiologist at simon cancer center he breaks down what effect radiation exposure may have on health activity exposure to radiation can cause some shoes leukemia is one way or another one on both counts r us another want radon exposure he says is associated with respiratory diseases such as asthma and bronchitis as well as long cancer cancer risk associated with radiation he says varies depending of a lengthened proximity of the exposure fred bottom or newsradio above and twenty kmox on on him all it appears as kmart's reported tuesday calls to suicide prevention hotlines increased fivefold following singer logics performance at the grammys sunday night of his suicide prevention song carol daniel has more from a local mental health agency on why their hotline calls have doubled in who is call it provident life crisis hotline is one of nine backup call centers in the country director jane smith meaning debt as some of these other crisis centres had too much call volume and they can't answer all the calls you know their run by agencies just like we are those calls need to go somewhere we want people to have that call answered and so they go to these nine backup center sinoe in a in a roundrobin fashion since becoming a backup center about a year ago the call volume has more than doubled from thirty five thousand to seventy five thousand calls a year here she adds suicide rates for young people fifteen to twenty four are increasing dramatically the highest rates of suicide in the middle aged an elderly population saying older white males are especially at risk carol daniel newsradio eleven twenty kmox breaks of suicide are also increasing among african americans but remain the lowest along african american women kmox news time is fine 24 coming up in the news at five thirty we have a cbs news update about a student shot apparently accidentally and a missing mother from the in county total jigme komo ex audio archives deep inside the kingdom o x audio vault we find yossef events that shaped our lives limburg lucky linde as they call him landed at lemarche airport palace at 524 this afternoon that will i be in i didn't say i be o egging thing rate buying raw as a symbol of appreciation all righty.

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"Fred bottom news radio eleven twenty kmox democrat a candidate for illinois governor from the metro east is touting his support from labor unions bob diver flanked by union workers at a news conference and would river says illinois current governor makes it a point to attack unions and that's not would illinois should be focused on that's my message anybody those they're they're not getting the job done us what are the state's got nine billion dollars of aid noses i assume here today that's why i'm run for governor you know we have a governor there this challenging asked me in federal court as the whether they should pay you hindus that's not the issue in the state of illinois diaper says the large decision the state faces is its budget scientists are calling it a lunar try factor a rare threeinone celestial occurrence that won't happen again until twenty thirty seven sky watchers are in for a rare treat wednesday weather permitting as three unusual lunar events who set to coincide super moon a blue moon and a total lunar eclipse the super moon occurs when the moon is closer to earth in its orbit the blue moon is when you have two full muench in the same calendar month this eclipse will be visible across north america they're calling it a super blue blood moon because when the moon crosses into the earth's shadow it will take on a red issue jim chenevey cbs news coming up in the news at six seven thirty i'm kevin kilbane it seems to me the rates are too high already missouri american water customers upset about a proposed rate hike and we'll also have what is illinois congressman john ship kiss hope to see in tonight's state of the union address by malik steigman with details just ahead cable x news time is.

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