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Bipolar Disorder

Mentally Yours

05:11 min | 6 months ago

Bipolar Disorder

"Workman's Viola appreciate you taking the time out I had. Thank you very much for inviting me on new the heads of our Could you start by telling us about the charity team leads? I'm so bipolar. UK's been going for about fifty seven years on. It was founded by. To two women who? Were living with bipolar and effort will maybe the the when the corresponding on this was and they per letter in the press to saying how? Being alone, they did not to it to in that lots of different issues with the health service. Experience? Prejudice and discrimination. And, and they managed to get ready huge responsiveness, so hundreds of people responded, and they basically said a an initial support group based on in London. And then from that kind of spread like wildfire across the whole of the UK said it was. The base is a couple of people that went around setting up support groups. Putting note, says the price and just bringing together. People affected by bipolar. People living with the condition, but then close family members as well. And the philosophy behind it was the. Everyone's bipolar is different or unique, but. This. Common experiences that people have the allows them to be able to help. Manage the condition better so talking about education talking about. Treatment Mike diagnosis if they have call one yet. How did you of kind of mania and depression? So the idea was using the wisdom of the community to be able to kind of help each other to stay well. And full misery days the charities. Grown. We grew into about eighty-five face to face support groups across the country. We got an e community, which does the same thing so people affected by bipolar log on, and they talked to other people at anytime of the day I would call out just over five thousand members on that now, and then we also do telephone call by wants to talk to someone and is affected by bipolar. And get some advice than they can. They can bring up and we'll get them a cool. and. Obviously we've during nineteen. Though saves about to change, so we've got say you the face to face services, but we've been doing as in groups over over video coldest well. We talked to about one thousand five hundred people every month, and then we. We say that they tell us that probably about those about seven hundred moment or about. kind of uses to stay low and so Sadat's DOT says in a nutshell ready. Can you tell me a bit more about how you? The debt said in terms of the pandemic. changing how things work now intense that. so it could have been nine hundred. A massive impact on a child's. He's has done for Lauda I'm so the key one is. We've got to freeze up. A face to face groups and move towards a digital services. To being. A really does big big change for us, so zoom groups that we've done, and you've just run the monthly magazine groups run. They sometimes been allowed them more frequently for. Maybe once every two weeks than everyone. Rather than being for two free hours. They'll be tend to be about an hour because that's a limited people can do on June. we've also a lot more time into our social media on into our. Into a website. And, so we've seen our website topic having about a twenty percent increase and we've been doing is using it to a lot more articles out there for market dynamics from people that expense took about their experiences of living well with the during the nineteen. There's been a law research studies at all. Coming out. Around bipolar we, we want to involve out community in those, so we've been doing which motos. Identify, but I'm quite worried about how on affecting people with bipolar disorder. One of the things you found in a recent study is. Twice as many people if I totally disorder have been hospitalized, the suicide attempts than due to Cova, Simpson's. So, what are you doing at the moment? of support people and tackle. I, mean is really it is really worrying with them. We've covid nineteen the impetus having community. We seem that they increase in. Depression and anxiety and suicidal thinking as well and. We were asking people what? They were doing in terms of being able to. To excessive because he disappointed in this period, and Dan was very blonde, able to get access to the psychiatrist over to the GP. So what we enjoy charity is really getting the message out there. Gonorrhea community, I think it's really important and suicide that people go suicidal fools. It's. It's okay to talk about the suicide opposes. Will we really strongly discourage anyone to actually talk about cutting methods and so forth, and but talking about suicides? In Beta to reach out and get support, make such a massive difference with people.

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CDC Report: STDs Continue to Rise in the U.S.

Here & Now

03:17 min | 1 year ago

CDC Report: STDs Continue to Rise in the U.S.

"Number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases in the US has reached a record high a new report from the CDC counted two point four million cases of gonorrhea chlamydia and syphilis in twenty eighteen that's a hundred thousand more than the year before there's also been a spike in the rate of newborn deaths due to congenital syphilis Dr Elizabeth Tony is an epidemiologist of the CDC and she's one of several people who worked on this report Dr Welcome thank you and this trend has been going on for some years now but it looks like through your report that the Korea an syphilis which are three common sexually transmitted diseases combined more than two point four million infections were diagnosed in reported there were one thousand three hundred and six cases of congenital syphilis reported in two thousand eighteen which was forty percent increase in just one year can we talk about that Because that sounds serious congenital syphilis looks like a lot of these cases concentrated mostly in Sunbelt states like Florida Texas California Arizona's in Louisiana what does it mean is how dangerous is that to to an infant congenital syphilis is one of the most tragic consequences of this grind CD epidemic of the one thousand three hundred and six cases there were ninety four congenital syphilis related deaths all of these deaths were animal we have the tools to prevent congenital syphilis we just need to make sure that they're being implemented and taking urgent action to break the cycle of increases in STD's it states can we take a look at why this is happening your report suggests that the use of condoms is falling why would that be so we have data that suggests ever been those changes in behaviors what we do know is that there are opportunities to prevent the adverse consequences STD's all STD's are treated screening is so important to really halt this epidemic another issue is that there have been big cuts to STD programs around the country the CDC's half of local clinics have seen these cuts clinics have closed as a consequence less screening therefore is happening what's going on there why is that money dried up so we know that there's a number of factors that can affect how well programs are funded what I can say is that the consequence says of decreased funding can really affect the most vulnerable communities for many people who are at risk of STD's they don't have a medical home or they may not have medical insurance and those state and

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CDC reports STDs reach all-time high for 5th year in a row

Gary and Shannon

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

CDC reports STDs reach all-time high for 5th year in a row

"As TV's in the US have hit an all time high or at least a number of people who know they have them the CDC says cases of gonorrhea syphilis and chlamydia my I've written reason for the fifth consecutive year more than two million people were diagnosed

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STDs at all-time high: CDC warns syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia sexually transmitted disease cases reach record high

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

STDs at all-time high: CDC warns syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia sexually transmitted disease cases reach record high

"Sexually transmitted diseases reached a record high in twenty eighteen two point five million cases an increase of thirty percent since twenty thirteen the director of the S. T. D. division doctor Gail bowl and says this is a failure of the public health system and they have the tools to

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Florida man gets 10 years for knowingly spreading HIV

Bucket Strategy Investing

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Florida man gets 10 years for knowingly spreading HIV

"A Florida man has been sentenced to prison because he was having sex without notifying his partners he was HIV positive regime a key board for twenty seven years old Pensacola was sentenced Friday to ten years in state prison followed by five years a provision for three felony counts of having sex with another person without notifying the person that he had HIV that's according to a news release by state attorney bill eight in that I know what some of you guys are thinking you're like what why did the other person protect themselves I assume everybody is HIV I know but anyway he was sentenced Friday to ten years in prison a penalty procedure hearing was held on April tenth on a project to determine whether he should be considered a danger to the public state attorney bill it is noted it was the first time a penalty procedure hearing to determine the danger level of such offense has it ever been held in Escambia county this is what the first of its kind of Florida so they say under current Florida law of a I don't they I think they they they missed a word in there under the current Florida law criminal punishment score sheet for these three counts of having sex with another person without notifying the has had HIV Bader for did not score in the range that allowed him to receive state prison as a punishment because of a scorching since voter Ford did not score permissive state prison the only way to receive a sentence as they present was for the state to put the question of is dangerous ness to the public before jury it has to be a county jury found that he was indeed a danger to the public having HIV any face a maximum sentence of fifteen years in prison according to his arrest report he had sex with women from September two thousand sixteen to September two thousand seventeen and lied about his condition to one of the women I mean again what comes to mind is if I ask the person to have HIV and they said no I would be like well how do you know yeah I mean if a person let's say said well not not only now here's my lab results and it's dated today are you know but after maybe a week get it out to get the results back and all that was falsified you know but I you know if you're about to have sex with somebody and you go hi do you have HIV and they say no how do they know did they get tested and even if they got tested it still could convert so anyway in June two thousand seventeen a woman from one fourth of the kids as a positive for HIV and relaxed sexual partner had been bought a Ford she told investigators that when she had seen him in possession of medication used to treat each of a question about it he told her that he was selling the drug for his uncle whatever later told investigators that he had known about his HIV status since September two thousand sixteen which was nine months before they have sex all right so what does this have to do with your I or whatever you know you're going to jail if you put somebody a risk for something that could potentially kill he looks like the bad guy and again if you lied about his HIV status that is bad but where is responsibility with the rest of us I mean if I'm going to have sex with somebody well I'm not married to I am going to be at risk if I'm having sex with somebody who wasn't my only and I understand that's rare yeah I mean we wouldn't really have a lot of the city issues if virgins married verge and we don't have a cities but I understand that's not the way things are right now but if you are going to have sex with somebody who's ever had sex with somebody else make sure they show you a copy of their as to the panel and I told you guys use the panel that you need to ask for is HIV hepatitis I would you be AMC syphilis to gonorrhea chlamydia and H. P. V. if you can get that's not a blood test that any more pap smear or swap or whatever but HPV can help HPV can cause cervical cancer so what makes this story interesting to me as I know a lot of women who got HPV they were a virgin when they got married their husband was not might have picked up H. P. V. from a previous partner wife gets cervical cancer now getting HIV isn't a death sentence like it used to be but it's still service getting HPV should be a death sentence but it could be you could die from that too so then I'm kind of concerned about and this is where you guys now get involved what do you have a TV or not HPV or not or whatever or hepatitis C. or not is if there is a presence that if you are given if you receive a STD that potentially could kill you for because you go through cancer treatment or liver treatment or whatever you have the right to sue or criminally charge a person you had sex with everybody out there better know what the hell they

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         Sexually transmitted infections on The  rise in The  military

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Sexually transmitted infections on The rise in The military

"Seven a disturbing new report shows dramatic increases in the rates of sexually transmitted infections in men and women serving in the US military, ABC news. Correspondent Mark Remillard, a report saying that three particular infections are most concerned committee gonorrhea and syphilis around the rise within the, the nation's military services, and that has a broader affect on the military would have an effect, obviously, on the personnel both short term and long-term on their wellbeing, but also in their unit readiness and by extension the larger military military, for example, this report cited in two thousand twelve SEI's in the navy accounted for healthcare costs of five point four million. And that's in the navy alone. So there's an economic cost. There's a personnel readiness cost to this, and they're saying that part of the conservative. This is the result of more risky behavior. The majority of our military. Branches are made up by eighty four percent are male. And they say that they're starting to see based on surveys that they done more risky behavior. Especially in the age group of eighteen to twenty five so the younger male populations talking about higher rates of sex with multiple partners, higher rates of having sex with new partners without condoms and things like that, that they are saying. May may be the reason behind the rise in this, these STI's and one of the main contributors to that being what they say is potentially dating apps is actually a one of the reasons that they may be seeing more non counters in these kinds of things. This is an age group of people who simply weren't alive to hear the safe sex message that was, you know, made very, very clear in the immediate. Wake of the aids crisis of the eighties. Yeah, exactly, it actually a part of that, too. And part of this report did talk about HIV being still, obviously, a concern in the military, and that, that there may be members of the military, you don't realize that there are their fellow colleagues and fellow service members who may have HIV now rates of HIV infections are steady between between twenty twelve in two thousand seventeen the rate remained pretty steady. But the rates of these bacterial infections, which are easier to treat they, they can be used by antibiotics rather than viral infections like HIV HP herpes, these kinds of things, which have all decreased these bacterial infections like gonorrhea. And are on the rise. And that is concerning. ABC news. Correspondent Mark Remillard. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today. Thank you,

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UK, England And Twenty Six Percent discussed on Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

UK, England And Twenty Six Percent discussed on Brett Winterble

"Gonorrhea in the sixty five plus crowd is rising at double the national average. Oh my God. They're blaming divorce and dating apps. On that grinder Tinder gonorrhea among the over sixty five crowd is rising. Double, the national average divorce dating apps. Blamed for greater promiscuity among the elderly the number of cases rose by forty two percent for older people. In two thousand eighteen compared with the national average of twenty six percent this over in England, by the way. There are about four hundred forty eight thousand cases, a sexually transmitted infections diagnosed in two thousand eighteen that's an increase of five percent from twenty seventeen guess, what guess, guess what device is not being used by the old folks over in the UK. Yes. That, that, that, hey very nice well done. Thank you. Very nice. Yeah. So these people are digging little nuts over there.

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Chemists Investigate Casanova's Clap

60-Second Science

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Chemists Investigate Casanova's Clap

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin all Cazenove the name is synonymous with a reputation for romantic. Let's say excess but a new study suggests that the real Jacome Cazenove may have exaggerated his sexual exploits none in terms of their sheer volume, but in their infectious aftermath because though Cazenove claim to have suffered several bouts of gonorrhea, researchers could find no traces of the responsible microbe on the pages of the womanisers handwritten memoir. The findings will appear in the journal electro freezes casanovas memoir completed in seventeen ninety eight fills twelve volumes and its English. Translation, runs to thirty five hundred pages in this tell-all casanovas tally some hundred twenty two lovers then confesses to recurring gonorrhea relapses to investigate these claims. Researchers turn to a technique they'd previously used to. Positively identified the bacterium that causes plague on the pages of death registries from seventeenth century Milan. Thus we thought we would be able to detect the gun Opoku on Kazan Avas pages. CC candidate meted in use memoirs have been been infected by gonorrhea in his first sex intercourse at the age of eighteen and having suffer from relapses of the sex Peja his lifetime as a gun lover. Giorgio Righetti, professor emeritus at Milan, polytechnic Righetti and his colleague glib Zuber Stein. Who has a company called spectra fon in Israel developed a hand held device that allows them to capture characterize protein, fragments and other macromolecules from the surface of historical documents such biological materials. Can get stuck to a manuscript when say someone licks his fingers to more easily turn the books pages leaving behind traces of potentially infected saliva, but in the case of Kesse. No. Ova that goes not racist caucus could be detected. They did however find traces of cinnabar a red pigment containing mercury sulfide at the time that chemical was used to treat these sexually transmitted diseases. Do your including syphilis gonorrhea quite likely that cousin Alvin been using macrey suit, find to cure relapse, his taraji. So it could be that as infection was in remission when Cazenove pen the three or four pages of chapters one and two that the researchers were able to examine and that in addition to his way with women Cazenove also had a deft hand with eighteenth century pharmaceuticals. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"The is with cotton, wool and plain water. And then adding a drop of two percent, silver nitrate, and that works like a charm and the technique was picked up all over the continent. Okay. And then we've got finally the isolation of the bacterium itself which happened in eighteen seventy nine by the twenty four year old Albert Neisser. Unfortunately, there was no suitable animal model for gonorrhea. So because this is an exclusively human bacterium. So what remained but? To conduct human experiments on dear human volunteers, were produced inoculated and subsequently found to have gonorrhea volunteers volunteers in quote. Yeah. So finally, it was it was accepted that this bacterium caused gonorrhea. Even though a lot of progress had been made towards identifying the causative agent of gonorrhea and describing its clinical symptoms treatments. Still had a really long way to go. And this was a problem because gonorrhea can be fatal and frequently was in the eighteen hundreds as result of bacterial and card Itis. But fortunately, gunnery a reached a turning point when antibiotics were developed in nineteen thirty seven clinical trials of saw Fontham is we're shown to be moderately effective against the disease. But the victory was short-lived by nineteen forty four only seven years later only twenty five percent of people with gonorrhea we're being cured due to the emergence of resistant, strains and doctors had a dust off their Bouzis. Fortunately, penicillin took over as a primary in very effective treatment for the disease and by the late nineteen forties was widely used initially because gonorrhea was so sensitive to penicillin doctors were like well. We don't foresee any resistance occurring. But with. Yeah. Right. I mean history repeats itself people. Within ten years resistant strains had emerged and become obviously, a major problem. Yeah. Then streptomycin was introduced and resistant strains emerged once again baba. It's been this continual struggle to find one drug to effectively treat gun a rea-. So when I'm sure you'll tell me all about the who. Yeah. The horror show that's going on today. You might expect the prevalence of gonorrhea would decline over the twentieth century with the availability of antibiotics, but if you look at a figure of rates over time for certain countries, you actually see a huge increase starting in the sixties and that increase actually represents what is called gonorrhea pandemic that peaked in the mid nineteen seventies occurring in places like the US Sweden Canada in the UK epidemiologist point toward a few things that could have caused a huge increase news. Probably a combination of things like changing perceptions and sexual practices. People were having a lot more sex with a lot more partners a huge population. Boom as the baby boomers became sexually active young adults and the greater availability of contraceptives such as birth control pill, which did not protect against is in any. Face the disease began to decline again. And I don't really know why they're certain public health campaigns that went on but gonorrhea today continues to make headlines as these superbug resistant strains have totally gotten out of control..

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Oh, no. Yeah. But for much of its history gonorrhea was overshadowed by syphilis, which we will definitely be doing it an soda time. Absolutely syphilis major. It's huge. Yeah. But syphilis had settled down enough around the fifteenth sixteenth century for people to start taking note of other disease, and describing it and one of the hurdles to tracing early history, of course, relates to that where gonorrhea and syphilis were assumed to be the same disease with gonorrhea to be more the mild precursor to full blown pox of syphilis. I make sense one guy in the seventeen hundreds decided to settle this once and for all he wanted to prove that they were the same. And that gonorrhea was the secreting form and syphilis was the skin form. So he took the pustule discharge from an infected person, and then smeared it onto himself. Onto his yes. Unfortunately, he came down with syphilis. So he didn't really prove anything. But I still. Yeah. He he's swabbed somebody's like ulcer or something. And then what did he what it seemed like he took the discharge? So the direct quote was pustular discharged. Okay. So I don't know if it was from the like from the urea threat or if it was from a sore pock sore. Yeah. In any case, I mean. Yeah, you get discharged with Lou but so yucky. Well, anyway, the physiology of gonorrhea was still under debate. Maybe the discharge was caused by ulcers in the urea throw. Maybe it was from the seminal vesicles. No one really knew. But as was the route of transmission, one popular view, as you might imagine is that it came from women, of course, originated in women. I should say it would only originate in women. It's the only logical explanation. Yep. One surgeon said, quote, this thing rest of in their secret places forming their in pretty little source full of venomous poison being very dangerous for those who unknowingly meddle with them. That's our title restive in your secret place. Other theories acknowledged that intercourse was likely source of infection along with non sexual things like gout or rheumatism eventually, though gonorrhea and syphilis got their separate entries and as result separate cures. I think you know, that one of my favorite parts of doing this research for the history is coming across the old treatments that were used. This is one of everyone's favorite. Okay. You ready for gunnery? I can't wait. Let's start with the easy ones. Rest avoid alcohol. Void sex. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Seems reasonable inject some rookie into the head of your penis. It worked for syphilis gonorrhea didn't work for gunnery. It did not. Atrophine throwback villa? Donna. Yeah. Widened that you're Ethiopia. All right. Let's let's take it up. An maybe some bleeding and purging maybe some leeches. Yep..

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Pregnancy. And then you treat it and that reduces the risk of neonatal infection. Okay. So so what happens when you get exposed after a fun night to gonorrhea, basically, the bacteria, which has been deposited into your body will adhere to your epithelial cells. Okay. Either along the vaginal canal or on the Indo cervix or in the anal canal or I wrote penile canal, and then I realized that's just called. You're really. You're you're and attach is to these epithelial cells using Pillai, which are basically, isn't that fun? I didn't know that until gayness. Yeah. So Pillai are basically these long stringy protein bits that bacteria. Have they're kind of like you. Remember those sticky hands that used to get from the twenty five cent machines like throw him out and stick on your wall. And then your mom gets mad at you. 'cause you ruin her white wall. And then they get covered in fuzzy. And they don't stick anymore. Yes. Just like that. But so you know, like if you throw that out and stick it. And then you let it go it like flings towards the wall. Right. So that's kind of what these Pillai do they reach out the grab onto the epithelial cells and they contract, and that sucks the bacteria up against the epithelial cells. That's so cool. It's very cool. And it's great if you're in something like urea throat or up against the cervix because you're probably gonna have flu. David rushing through those tubes. And so you want to be able to stick on grab on mule type. Yeah. So gonorrhea is good at that. And once it sticks on it starts to replicate basically right than in there. It doesn't it's not a virus. So it doesn't have to infect your cells. It just grabs a hold and then starts replicating. Yeah. And then once it colonize is. Once it starts growing, it stimulates the release in your body of a whole bunch of pro inflammatory molecules, so this basically stimulates your immune response. So then a whole bunch of immune cells, especially neutrophils and macrophages which are kind of the first line defense against bacteria. They come in and in enormous bacterial or other bacterial infections, they'd be able to fast ties, which means swallow up essentially, eat, the bacteria, and then help clear the infection, but gonorrhea are sneaky little suckers, and they can actually survive inside of neutrophils. Oh, that's amazing. I know. So when you look at like a swab from someone who has gone ary infection. If you stain it, you'll actually see neutral fills just full of gonorrhea bacteria owned, my gosh, it's very collected Trojan horse. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe. The neutrophils normally kill bacteria by using reactive oxygen species. But the nice Syria can actually what sort of for neutralize those because they have an enzyme called catalase which helps to neutralize that. So they can just survive inside of the neutrophils, which I think is very cool. That's awesome. And because they're recruiting a bunch of nuchills and macrophages that is also what kind of results in the symptoms that we see? So if you get a genital urinary infection. Let's talk about what kind of symptoms. You'll actually have first of all most of the time. You won't have any most infections are straight up ACM to Matic, which is part of why it can spread so easily because anything that spread by sexual contact like in certain populations is going to be pretty easy to spread. And if it's a symptom attic than it never gets detected. Or treated so you just keep sharing the burning love so four genital urinary infection. If you get infected in the urea throw you're going to see this year Lia. So that means painful urination because you've got basically inflammation going on along the lining of your your throat, and then you'll also get a discharge and that discharge will be either white or yellow or greenish..

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Campbell Soup and Third Point Near Deal to Settle Proxy Fight

Mike McConnell

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Campbell Soup and Third Point Near Deal to Settle Proxy Fight

"Which is a vaccine that prevents a form of meningitis how that could be expanded to include gonorrhea urgency apparently is rising because the bacterium is becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics it spreads more rapidly. And US infections were up nineteen percent last year. That's all the way from a very small number two a slightly bigger small number. Well, I don't know. I didn't see whether it was a big smaller small big. So I was watching TV over the weekend. Yeah. Some friends and an ad came on from a law firm. Yeah. Searching for people trying to drum up business people who've taken a certain diabetes drug and then developed genital gangrene. Hour, and it's real big over the middle of the picture and read and it was throbbing threat genital gangrene bird of genital gangrene. I still don't know much about. I think I looked it up. I would think by the time people are suing the drug company a little late. I would have heard of it by now not only that I think it's a little late if you're doing well gangrene is means it comes off, right? General. I'd prefer not to really think about it all the way. Greg Louganis a guest on gentlemen, gangrene? Let's go. Let's look at futures futures are up more than one percent. Nasdaq up about one point six percent from the Bloomberg newsroom. I Patricia Corre on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w.

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Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia Cases On The Rise

24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia Cases On The Rise

"York A new warning about a rise in STD's in the US from the CDC nearly two point, three million cases of cla media gonorrhea and syphilis were diagnosed in. The US in two thousand seventeen that's two hundred thousand more cases than the year. Before which was also a year that's all record high number, of cases according to the CDC gonorrhea cases that were reported to the CDC. Increased by nearly sixty seven percent and, there. Is concerned about antibiotic. Resistant gonorrhea that's been seen nationwide if gonorrhea becomes resistant, to all combinations of antibiotic therapies it could become an untreatable

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US STD rates reach record high, CDC says

Bill Handel

08:50 min | 2 years ago

US STD rates reach record high, CDC says

"Levels CDC says America's rates of syphilis gonorrhea chlamydia have gone up for the fourth straight year last year nearly two point three million cases in the. US were, diagnosed that's the, highest number ever reported nationwide the. Executive director of the national coalition of STD directors says it's time for President

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Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia Cases On The Rise: See CA Numbers

Atlanta's Morning News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia Cases On The Rise: See CA Numbers

"Four Cobb County teen is back behind bars once again. Charged with posing as a police officer Cobb, County police arrested seventeen year old Samuel. Mallard early Monday, morning he was wearing a shirt and bulletproof vest and it wasn't the first time officer Sarah O'Hara, says this was in fact the seventh time in four. Years Samuels been caught pretending to be a cop the gun carries isn't real and that bulletproof. Vest isn't we just hope we can, figure something out to get him help that he needs

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US STD rates reach record high, CDC says

Tom Leykis

01:14 min | 2 years ago

US STD rates reach record high, CDC says

"Rates of STD's in the United States have reached a record high flying record high according to the, CDC I by, the way it's three specifically and this is a sad thing because you would think people. Would get their shit together No it's the old s. GMC civilised gonorrhea Two point three million US cases of. These sexually, transmitted disease were diagnosed last year two. Point three million. S, g c taken over it's running rampant It's the, highest number, ever reported nationwide our friend rob at the center for sexuality and health. Disparities he, says that this is not a surprising. Trend health disparity I don't even know but it's a place. At Rob's over at he says over. The last, five years he's seen the increase and he can't. It's they thought they'd see a plateau now still. Go crazy Holy crap Viewers watch for your wrap that rascal

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STDs rise to record levels in U.S., CDC reports

Tony and Dwight

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

STDs rise to record levels in U.S., CDC reports

"Federal health officials say there was a big increase. In cases of sexually transmitted diseases. Last year nearly two point. Three million cases of cla. Media gonorrhea and syphilis were diagnosed in the US in two thousand, seventeen that's two hundred thousand more cases than the year before which was also a year that's all. Record high number of cases according to. The CDC Gonorrhea cases that were reported to the CDC increased by nearly sixty seven percent and, there is concerned about antibiotic resistant gonorrhea that's been seen nationwide if gonorrhea becomes. Resistant to all combinations of antibiotic therapies it could become untreatable,

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Tara Siler, Td and Susan Philip discussed on Forum

Forum

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Tara Siler, Td and Susan Philip discussed on Forum

"Market changes learn more at oppenheimerfund dot com slash etf's the time is four thirty from k q e news i'm tara siler sexually transmitted disease rates are at an all time high in california the california department of public health says the number of people with td's is up forty five percent in the past five years susan philip is with the san francisco public health department we're seeing the same trend that the state of california seeing increases year after year in the reportable std's and those are committee gonorrhea and infectious syphilis last year there were thirty stillbirth due to congenital syphilis in california the most since.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Old fashioned sense and that would so that's why what one hundred twenty five years ago and the way you'd have people who had lived an overly interesting life would be rotted out by syphilis now with now we've got to return a congenital syphilis a forty five percent this is california forty five percent interest increase in clemencia gonorrhea and syphilis clemencia gonorrhea a most common among people under thirty rates of clem media our highest amongst young women while men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases as a forty five percent increase from five years ago in california girls with clemencia gonorrhea i wish they all could be california nobody nobody seeing that beach boys ball a forty five percent injury increase in committee gonorrhea and syphilis what i what i find interesting about this this guy hey dr jeffrey clouds and a professor of medicine at the university of california los angeles he pointed to nations such as cuba thailand and belarus that have nearly eliminated congenital syphilis in infants and so for california to have a steady increase in congenital syphilis he says is shameful we've known how to control syphilis since the early nineteen hundred seeing it come back like this is a sign of failure of the public health safety net what if i interesting about this though is that you can't make comparisons with the nineteen hundreds when you have the demographic transformation the california has basically california is a sanctuary state by basically they say we don't care about your legal status if you get california you can say california so people millions and millions of people have come there from all over.

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STD cases reach all time high in California, report finds

Gary and Shannon

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

STD cases reach all time high in California, report finds

"Authorities say he targeted female service members while working at a base medical center and he's pleaded not guilty to those charges sexually transmitted diseases are going for gold in the golden state california's department of public health says rates of committeea gonorrhea and syphilis have reached a ten year high with more than three hundred thousand cases reported last year officials say that's a forty five percent increase compared to five years ago infection rates for columbia and gonorrhea are highest among people younger than thirty rates of committee are highest among young women men account for most of the syphilis and gonorrhea cases many std's can be cured with antibiotics debra mark kfi news the california poison control system is warning people who hike camp or live in the desert to beware of venomous snakes they agency says it's gotten about twenty rattlesnake bite call statewide in the last six weeks and that's more than usual traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center there's a crash in norwalk on.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Old fashioned sense and that would so that's why what one hundred twenty five years ago and the way you'd have people who had lived an overly interesting life would be rotted out by syphilis now now we've got a return a congenital syphilis at forty five percent this is california forty five percent interest increase in clemencia gonorrhea and syphilis gonorrhea a most common among people under thirty rates of clem media our highest amongst young women while men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases as a forty five percent increase from five years ago in california girls with clemencia gonorrhea which they all could be california nobody nobody seeing that beach boys sobibor a forty five percent entry increase in committee gonorrhea and syphilis what i what i find interesting about this this guy hey dr jeffrey clouds and a professor of medicine at the university of california los angeles he pointed to nations such as cuba thailand and belarus that have nearly eliminated congenital syphilis in infants and so for california to have a steady increase in congenital syphilis he says is shameful we've known how to control syphilis since the early nineteen hundred seeing it come back like this is a sign of failure of the public health safety net what if i interesting about this though is that you can't make comparisons with the early nineteen hundreds when you have the demographic transformation the california has basically california is a sanctuary state they basically they say we don't care about your legal status if you get california you can say california so people millions and millions of people have come there from all over.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Old fashioned sense and that would so that's why what one hundred twenty five years ago and the way you'd have people who had lived an overly interesting life would be rotted out by syphilis now with now we've got a return a congenital syphilis i forty five percent this is california a forty five percent interest increase in clemencia gonorrhea and syphilis gonorrhea a most common among people under thirty rates of clem media our highest amongst young women while men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases as a forty five percent increase from five years ago in california girls with clemencia gonorrhea i wish they all could be california nobody nobody seeing that beach boys saw gaddi ball a forty five percent entry increase in committee gonorrhea and syphilis what i what i find interesting about this this guy hey dr jeffrey clouds and professor of medicine at the university of california los angeles he pointed to nations such as cuba thailand and belarus that have nearly eliminated congenital syphilis in infants and so for california to have a steady increase in congenital syphilis he says is shameful we've known how to control syphilis since the early nineteen hundred seeing it come back like this is a sign of failure of the public health safety net what if i interesting about this though is that you can't make comparisons with the early nineteen hundreds when you have the demographic transformation accounting has basically california is a sanctuary state bay basically they say we don't care about your legal status if you get to california you can sing california so people millions and millions of people have come there from all over the world and they haven't passed the health desk when i can't remember whether i had the clemencia and gonorrhea tests but when i emigrated to this country i had to have certain tests i had to be tested for i had to be tested for aids to be tested for all kinds of diseases which which you have to do if you emigrate to the country legally and it's not a pleasant thing nobody likes nobody likes having all this stuff jabbed in but they draw your blood they take all your tests the do this do that and then they clay you they give you a clean bill of health and at that point the united states government will process your immigration application but.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The old fashioned sense and that would so that's why what one hundred twenty five years ago and the way you'd have people who had lived an overly interesting life would be rotted out by syphilis now we're now we've got to return a congenital syphilis at forty five percent this is california forty five percent interest increase inclu media gonorrhea and syphilis clemencia gonorrhea a most common among people under thirty rates of clem media our highest amongst young women while men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases said a forty five percent increase from five years ago in california girls with clemencia gonorrhea tau wish they all could be california nobody nobody seeing that beach boys song ball a forty five percent entry increasing committee gonorrhea and syphilis what i what i find interesting about this this guy hey dr jeffrey cloud and professor of medicine at the university of california los angeles he pointed to nations such as cuba thailand and belarus that have nearly eliminated congenital syphilis in infants and so for california to have a steady increase in congenital syphilis he says is shameful we've known how to control syphilis since the early nineteen hundred seeing come back like this is a sign of failure of the public health safety net what if i interesting about this though is that you can't make comparisons with the early nineteen hundreds when you have the demographic transformation the california has basically california is a sanctuary state they basically they say we don't care about your legal status if you get california you can sing california's people millions and millions of people have come there from all over the world and they haven't passed the health that's when i can't remember whether i had they clemencia and gonorrhea tests but when i emigrated to this country i had to have certain tests i had to be tested for had to be tested for aids had to be tested for all kinds of diseases which which you have to do if you emigrate to the country legally and it's not a pleasant thing nobody likes nobody likes having all this stuff jabbed in new but they draw your blood they take all your tests the do this do that and then they clay you they give you a clean bill of health and at that point the united states government will process your immigration application but if you just like walk into.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Old fashioned sense and that would so that's why what one hundred twenty five years ago an and way you'd have people who had lived an overly interesting life would be rotted out by syphilis now we're now we've got to return a congenital syphilis a forty five percent this is california forty five percent interest increase inclu media gonorrhea and syphilis gonorrhea a most common among people under thirty rates of clem media our highest amongst young women while men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases as a forty five percent increase from five years ago in california girls with clemencia gonorrhea wish they all could be california nobody nobody seeing that beach boys saw gatty ball a forty five percent entry increasing committee gonorrhea and syphilis what i what i find interesting about this this guy hey dr jeffrey clouds and professor of medicine at the university of california los angeles he pointed to nations such as cuba thailand and belarus that have nearly eliminated congenital syphilis in infants and so for california to have a steady increase in congenital syphilis he says is shameful we've known how to control syphilis since the early nineteen hundred seeing it come back like this is a sign of failure of the public health safety net what if i interesting about this though is that you can't make comparisons with the early nineteen hundreds when you have the demographic transformation the california has basically california is a sanctuary state by basically they say we don't care about your legal status if you get to california you can send california so people millions and millions of people have come from all over the world and they haven't passed the health desk when i can't remember whether i had they clemencia and gonorrhea tests but when i emigrated to this country i had to have certain tests had to be tested for had to be tested for aids had to be tested for all kinds of diseases which which you have to do if you emigrate to the country legally and it's not a pleasant thing nobody likes nobody likes having all this stuff jabbed in you but they draw your blood they take all your tests the do this do that and then they clay you they give you a clean bill of health and at that point the united states government will process your immigration application but.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The old fashioned sense and that would so that's why what one hundred twenty five years ago and the way you'd have people who had lived an overly interesting life would be rotted out by syphilis now with now we've got to return a congenital syphilis at forty five percent this is california forty five percent interest increase in clemencia gonna ria and syphilis cla media and gonorrhea a most common among people under thirty rates of clem media our highest amongst young women while men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases as a forty five percent increase from five years ago in california girls with clemencia gonorrhea i wish they all could be california nobody's thinking that nobody seeing that beach boys song eddie ball a forty five percent entry increasing committee gonorrhea and syphilis what i what i find interesting about this this guy hey dr jeffrey clouds and a professor of medicine at the university of california los angeles he pointed to nations such as cuba thailand and belarus that have nearly eliminated congenital syphilis in infants and so for california to have a steady increase in congenital syphilis he says is shameful we've known how to control syphilis since the early nineteen hundred seeing it come back like this is a sign of failure of the public health safety net what if i interesting about this though is that you can't make comparisons with the early nineteen hundreds when you have the demographic transformation the county has basically california is a sanctuary state by basically they say we don't care about your legal status if you get california you can send california so people millions and millions of people have come there from all over the world and they haven't passed the health that's when i can't remember whether i had they clemencia and gonorrhea tests but when i emigrated to this country i had to have certain tests i had to be tested for had to be tested for aids had to be tested for all kinds of diseases which which you have to do if you emigrate to the country legally and it's not a pleasant thing nobody likes nobody likes having all this stuff jabbed in new but they draw your blood they take all the tests the do this the do that and then they clay you they give.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on WCHS

"Old fashioned sense and that would so that's why what one hundred twenty five years ago and the way you'd have people who had lived an overly interesting life would be rotted out by syphilis now with now we've got a return of congenital syphilis at forty five percent this is california forty five percent interest increase in clemencia gonorrhea and syphilis gonorrhea a most common among people under thirty rates of clem media our highest amongst young women while men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases as a forty five percent increase from five years ago in california girls with clemencia gonorrhea i wish they all could be california nobody nobody seeing that beach boys sobibor a forty five percent entry increase in committee gonorrhea and syphilis what i what i find interesting about this this guy hey dr jeffrey clouds and a professor of medicine at the university of california los angeles he pointed to nations such as cuba thailand and belarus that have nearly eliminated congenital syphilis in infants and so for california to have a steady increase in congenital syphilis he says is shameful we've known how to control syphilis since the early nineteen hundred seeing it come back like this is a sign of failure of the public health safety net what if i interesting about this though is that you can't make comparisons with the early nineteen hundreds when you have the demographic transformation the california has basically california is a sanctuary state they basically they say we don't care about your legal status if you get california you can say california so people millions and millions of people have come from all over.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Old fashioned sense and that would so that's why what one hundred twenty five years ago and where you'd have people who had lived an overly interesting life would be rotted out by syphilis now with now we've got a return congenital syphilis at forty five percent this is california forty five percent interest increase in clemencia gonorrhea and syphilis gonorrhea a most common among people under thirty rates of clem media our highest amongst young women while men account for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases as a forty five percent increase from five years ago in california girls with clemencia gonorrhea i wish they all could be california nobody nobody seeing that beach boys saw gaddi ball a forty five percent injury increase in committee gonorrhea and syphilis what i what i find interesting about this this guy hey dr jeffrey clouds and professor of medicine at the university of california los angeles he pointed to nations such as cuba thailand and belarus that have nearly eliminated congenital syphilis in infants and so for california to have a steady increase in congenital syphilis he says is shameful we've known how to control syphilis since the early nineteen hundred seeing it come back like this is a sign of failure of the public health safety net what if i interesting about this though is that you can't make comparisons with the early nineteen hundreds when you have the demographic transformation the california has basically california is a sanctuary state by basically they say we don't care about your legal status if you get california you can send california so people millions and millions of people have come from all over the world and they haven't passed the health desk when i can't remember whether i had they clemencia and gonorrhea tests but when i emigrated to this country i had to have certain tests i had to be tested for to be tested for aids had to be tested for all kinds of diseases which which you have to do if you emigrate to the country legally and it's not a pleasant thing nobody likes nobody likes having all this stuff jabbed in new but they draw your blood they take all your tests the do this do that and then they clay you they give you a clean bill of health and at that point the united states government will process your immigration application but.

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California STDs Raging At All Time Highs For Third Year In A Row

World Affairs Council

01:20 min | 2 years ago

California STDs Raging At All Time Highs For Third Year In A Row

"County board of supervisors mayor lisa gilmore says the council can vote to censure caserta but can't dismiss him from office councilman caserta will have the opportunity to defend himself an answer his accusers if he wishes but for the sake of our community i hope he will choose to resign immediately caserta has unequivocally denied the allegations and said he doesn't intend to resign i'm peter jon shuler k q e d news sexually transmitted disease rates are at an all time high in california the california department of public health says the number of people with std's is up forty five percent in the past five years susan philip is with the san francisco public health department we're seeing the same trend that the state of california seeing an increases year after year in the reportable std's and those are cla media gonorrhea and infectious syphilis last year there were thirty still births due to congenital congenital syphilis in california the most since nineteen ninetyfive some far better numbers in sports the warriors beat the rockets one nineteen to one oh six in houston in game one of the nba western conference finals the giants beat the reds tend to seven at at and t the as beat the red sox sixty five at fenway more of both baseball series today.

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California, Syphilis and Ten Years discussed on Chip Franklin

Chip Franklin

01:05 min | 2 years ago

California, Syphilis and Ten Years discussed on Chip Franklin

"Jio eight set news updates update california may soon require employers keep records of sexual misconduct complaints under a bill advancing to the state legislature the assembly has passed a bill requiring employers with at least fifty workers keep sexual misconduct complaints for at least ten years the sponsor of the measure says the complaint records would help employers identify serial harassers the number of sexually transmitted diseases in california has reached a record high the department of public health says more than three hundred thousand cases of clemencia gonorrhea early syphilis were reported last year addition i saw that earlier and syphilis apparently sustained where you get like a real short little period of like some sort of sore and it goes away and then it comes back again but then it goes away and then the neurological stuff comes in so if you don't get it coming that's these guys at the die of advanced age syphilis act they're the kind of people that like would would be the kind of person that would tweet a lot did you ever hear that rumor that about civilised.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on X96

X96

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on X96

"That's a bold statement there but learning that officials consider your case of gonorrhea the worst case of gonorrhea ever in the history of gonorrhea is something entirely different there is a report that a man in the uk was diagnosed earlier this year with what is believed to be the first strain of gonorrhea to be resistant to the main on antibiotic treatment can can i ask an ignorant question about gonorrhea if you must so like i know like genital herpes there's like an outward sign i'm not no no no i just just it's a simple question i don't want us there into the is there an outward what what let me like there's there's like burning urination stuff like that but could you look at a person and go that person has gone areso i wondered that's all i wonder i can't kerry can spot a days gonorrhea just tell by looking i can tell but it is i mean it is significant because this is some kind of super gallery super gonorrhea and this guy has got the he's from england he's in the uk so we're safe so far health officials are going back through the man sexual history to keep the gonorrhea from spreading so far no other cases of appeared including the man's regular female partner in the uk so she didn't get it yet and thank goodness they doctors are trying to find a find an antibiotic on the man and see if they can get rid of this strain of gonorrhea meanwhile he's a mystery of science you may have seen this local story a couple of days ago i've been just because we get busy i've skipped this over so louis trooper his name is out in taylorsville right and he says he's been blind in his left eye for about fifteen years and he's been but he's been driving his car yes i did see this he's not been a problem before but on tuesday afternoon at peers his vision impairment may have caught up to him police say that mr trump hit two thirteen year old girls as they tried.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"In the us something like that so this growing bacterial resistance is interesting i have to admit i don't think i heard the word gonorrhea my life until i watched that seinfeld episode do you know what i'm talking about no there is an episode we're kramer gets a job at a medical school pretending to be a patient with different symptoms and he does he takes it so seriously and does so well acting out some of the the conditions he keeps getting typecast as the gonorrhea patient is like i got gonorrhea again whoa what's going to get us kishore is going to be the bacteria or the viruses uh well was going to get us in the end well i mean because it's a bad flu season i think we are i think the the stuff this past week that really struck me as as terrifying is there's big budget cuts at the cdc mostly against guarding against pandemics breaking out and when you saw what happened with ebola a few years ago i think i'm much more concerned about a pandemic of viruses than the slow degrading of antibiotics rate now because when that viral outbreak happens there's really not much we can do and this flu season we've seen like healthy people are age go lake pass away in in a matter of days from the strength of a of of just the common flu is that a prize this our country yet there i mean there is a woman in san jose that passed away a couple of weeks ago that was a marathon runner while i was healthy sunday night wednesday morning she was she was gone.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Memory capacity um uh over the years but that'll this is a vital of disease the honor this would not help with that necessarily because none at hagar in state of it it could be okay a could help with recall now if it's just helping recall certain words may not be able to restore memories and stuff but the technology hold some promise for that it's never going to be like the thing like oh i need to cram for a test i'm going to you know all of a sudden but an implant in my brain and mb smarter yeah right right tracking that machine hold on teacher on the ready for test yet when we get these electrodes in all right there's one thing we don't talk about enough of on this podcast what is it gone 'area osceola got wait i like we only talked about gonorrhea once last year you added this just once yes so jerry brought this up at lutz today at hours lake fervored dammit we're going to talk about gonorrhea again it so the i with last year we talked about how there is growing resistance to gonorrhea resistance the antibiotic resistance writing rising mostly in africa was this story we talked about last year there's a cocktail of antibiotics used to treat gonorrhea there's too in fact that are use most commonly and a recent study was completed of three thousand people in china establishing what the resistance to those drugs are and they respectively grew four percent and two percent over that time period and while that doesn't seem like a lot that is pretty rapid expansion of antibiotic resistance especially in the context of how many gonorrhea cases there are a year which they're seventy million seventy eight million cases of gonorrhea worldwide gonorrhea has some lingering effects you live with it can cause issues with fertility and then if you're pregnant it actually can pass along to the be noted uh so this is not a a a a small issue end there's something like a half million cases i think.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Head of pretentiousness not on the partner that won't be convicted of felon and finally here's jail terms which is discussed but if it was of this or gonorrhea or whatever a misdemeanor and people will say wait isn't but hiv can kill you will have the tightest can also have an hiv could be with you from light full so can happen tides so why is never tires of misdemeanor and hiv a felony uh congress a weiner said senator weiner said these laws are passed height of each of these epidemic when there was enormous fear and ignorance and misinformation run each rv it's time for california to lead to repeal these laws would send a clear signal that we are going to take a sciencebased approach to hiv and out of fear based approach now republican lawmaker senator joel anderson voted against the bill reportedly said i love the mind that he purposely inflict another with abc's then alters their lifestyle the rest of the life puts them on the right to investigations to maintain any kind of normalcy and it should be a felony so my question is woefully give somebody hepatitis and it just v of misdemeanor i agree with hiv and hepatitis is lifelong and hepatitis kills hiv should be on the same age as hepatitis if you give somebody herpes and that woman later has a baby and the baby gets servings of the feed is concerned the the the fittest could die or the baby to die neonatal her visits very dangerous so these communicable diseases can be scared disseminated gonorrhea multi but multi um drugresistant gonorrhea age peavy hpv causes cervical cancer so i understand and discussion all right well listen hiv why should that the separate for of these other diseases of hpv could give me throat cancer cervical cancer penile cancer but that's under a misdemeanor then hiv should be on the same page all right so that's fine but why are these misdemeanors if you know you have something and you are still you are you know strategizing diligently on um you know planning a deserted can't think of the worded it list took we but if this is something that you are deliberately drouhin there's malice and with that and again i'm not a lawyer but you would think that would be it would end up especially if it could cause bodily harm somebody requiring now lifelong medication you would think it should be higher than a misdemeanor and.

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"gonorrhea" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"gonorrhea" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Resistant to those injection and north pill fortunately we haven't seen complete um the crewnen fellows in california 'but we expect those are going to occur so we're actually on the verge of seeing untreatable gonorrhea in what happens if gonorrhea goes untreated will untreated in women it can only two uh chronic pelvic pain uh what we call pelvic inflammatory disease info for kuiti it can be passed from mother to child and cause blindness and um um infection in the blood uh prematurity in men it can cause um chronic sent them than a pain and are you weeks will structure that also increases the risk of hiv infection so one of our our backbones of our strategy to prevent and control hiv prevention control gonorrhea someone we lose our ability to control one infection uh other infections in our ability to control those confessions will suffer well how is this understanding that gonorrhea is showing resistance to antibiotics changing the way there prescribed or is that a helpful tool yeah i mean it's definitely are um we we've been trying to increase our efforts to monitor resistance fighter stronger laboratory testing that is actually been substantial innovation from places like um alpaca and um folks in the uh silicon valley on our newark rapid uh molecular based diagnostic through can actually work at the genetic fingerprint of the organism and be able to determine um and very short time this sort of resistant to over a hundred deceptive all infection and treat people affected weight of the challenges taken in that uh newark technology and translating into practice and i'm seeing of public health and in fact in a date that basically uh allocates five million dollars a year for us to do prevention for forty million dollars forty million people which is basically uh the of 12 fan a year per person or less than 1 percent a month pool president and we can have all the great technology but if we can have the resources to get that out to the people who need it one never going to see any improvement we're talking about the puts persistent high rates of stds in california which reverses a downward trend we were seeing several years ago we're looking of what's contributing to this the house him paxton and what can be done to curb transmission and i'd like to invite you our.

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