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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease

"Five two harbors Minnesota number four boo in Chile number three Ashbourne Virginia number to Paris France and number one Santiago Chile. That's awesome. I'm very excited that this this week. We have two cities from Chile. Were spreading in that country. Apparently contagious yes. Santiago was apparently the vector. Wow we're all experts in public. Ms and and summer has just joined us so summer. We're going to bring you on screen in just a moment. So hang on excellent perfect timing actually. So why? Don't you give us a little bit more information about summer sure? The summer is a veteran certified pediatric nurse Practitioner. In our and memorable eyelids some are trained in some of the top pediatric hospitals in the country including the children's Hospital Philadelphia. A children's of Dallas Texas Penn State Children's and Hershey Pennsylvania and most recently Levine Children's Hospital in Charlotte North Carolina. She completed a lime disease. Internship with Richard Horowitz. She currently works with Kevin Bach in expert in autism and pans. Pandas and some are specializes in the treatment of autoimmune neuro inflammatory conditions lime and other tick borne illnesses and mycotoxin. Taco's or mold exposures. She works with Dr Bach as a pediatric climb specialist medical writer Slash Blogger and a consultant to other health care providers that was excellently read. Thanks we'll bring back a little bit in the meantime say goodbye and summer. Say Hello Hello. Thank you for having me. I'm so excited you're here. You really have no idea how excited I am that you're I'm excited. I can log on. Exactly what whenever whenever we cut things close. It's always a bit of a whole breath in hope things go. Let's just say hello to Cathy here. Hello Kathy Roy. Gave us your background kind of the back of the book? When you write your book that'll be on the back of your book. But what but what I want to know is why why pediatrics interesting. It's always been pediatrics. It has been An and I blame it on a rather aggressive instructor way back in the day Who I on. On the adults of one of the adult units we were Going THROUGH OUR CLINICAL BROWNS. And she kind of made me do something that you'd want to and did prepare me for it so I said No. That's it paediatrics. It is so it was where defiant move at that moment and then moving on when I did actually trained in pediatrics So I just want to know what you don't want to do as right right. And then how? And then the Segue to Dr. Balk had lyme disease. That was an interesting path And the the intro with the bio always sounds a little pompous when I hear it in current but there's a reason just to say you know I started off in a very non. Integrative non-primary world it was always very Mainstream follow protocols pediatric. Icu sick of the sickest and for a while there. I didn't know what healthy child was supposed to look like in act like An just kind of As as I evolved as we all do you start to question what you're doing why you're doing it And you know as I sort of You know some of the ongoing issues that we saw in the ICU would kind of throw things out there to say. Hey why don't we try this and it may have been something. Integrative like let's give them a probiotic. I get the stairs like had three heads you know..

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Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible In Houston, Dallas

The Erick Erickson Show

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible In Houston, Dallas

"Experts warned experts. Warn of a second wave in the South Corolla virus hotspots erupt Dallas Houston southeast Florida's Gold Coast the entire state of Alabama and several other places in the south that have been rapidly reopening. Their economies are in danger of a second wave of corona virus infections over the next four weeks. According to a research team that uses cell phone data detract social mobility and forecast the trajectory of the pandemic the model developed by policy lab at Children's Hospital Philadelphia updated Wednesday with new data suggests that most communities in the United States should be able to avoid a second spike in the near term if residents are careful to maintain social distancing even as businesses open up restrictions res but the risk for resurgence is high in some parts of the country especially in places where cases are already rising fast including Crawford Iowa Colefax Nebraska Texas Oklahoma. Texas Oklahoma's actually a city in Oklahoma and the city of Richmond. Since May Third Crawford County's caseload has risen seven fifty percent and Colfax county has increased thousand three hundred ninety percent according to stay data compiled by the Washington Post. That's Iowa and Nebraska.

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The Spanish Flu

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

08:04 min | 6 months ago

The Spanish Flu

"After over two hundred fifty original and different stories. I've had so many requests to repeat one on the forgotten pandemic the Spanish flu. I decided to repeat that podcast. Now I am reading this with a few changes involved. It was. The Spanish. Flu was an unusually deadly pandemic involving the h. One and one influenza virus in infected five hundred million people around the world or about twenty seven percent of the world population which was around one point nine billion at the time this is nineteen eighteen over fifty million people died yet it was overshadowed by the end of World War One the war to end all wars the creation of the armistice. The Spanish flu was so forgotten. That encyclopedia Britannica didn't include it. In its review of the most eventful events of the Twentieth Century World War One ended in November of Nineteen. Eighteen in this faddish Lou peaked just a month later in early. January nineteen eighteen which means that the flu was going on during World War. One more people died from the Spanish flu than died from bullets in World War. One think about that more people died in the Spanish flu than the war basically. That's it. The economic impact of the United States came in at about one hundred and sixty six point. Five billion dollars now remember. This was nineteen eighteen that would be nearly a trillion dollars in today's dollars areas of the. Us were hit hard. In the winter of one thousand nine hundred eighteen coal deliveries were so affected that many people in New England all along the East Coast couldn't keep their homes warm and they froze to death that winter thousands of businesses across the country were closed. Not for a lack of staff so much as those that were out sick with the flu. It was said that an individual a healthy adult could come in with symptoms of flu. Spanish flu in the morning. Be Sick throughout the day and the following morning he or she would be dead in September of Nineteen Eighteen Philadelphia. Held its liberty loan parade to raise money for war bonds. The patriotic procession consisted of soldiers. Boy Scouts marching bands and local dignitaries and stretch for two miles over two hundred thousand spectators packed the sidewalks seventy two hours after the parade all thirty one hospitals Philadelphia were full and twenty. Six hundred people died with by the end of that week. The Public Health Response. Saint Louis couldn't have been more different. This is something we need to pay attention to today. Even before the first case of Spanish flu have been reported in the city health commissioners looking at other cities and states and the commissioner Dr Max Stark off had local physicians on high alert and Rodent aditorial on the Saint. Louis Post dispatch about the importance of voiding crowds in San Francisco. Health officials put their full faith behind gauze masks and isolation California governor. William Stevens declared that it was a patriotic duty of every American citizen to wear a mask and stay in quarantine. San Francisco eventually made it law citizens cotton public without a massacre worried. Improperly were arrested charged with disturbing the peace and fine five dollars but the Spanish flu circle the Earth. Three times and San Francisco's luck ran out when the third wave of the Spanish flu struck in January. Nineteen nineteen believing mass. Were the main reason that they done so well. With the first wave of the Spanish flu they felt is what saved them. Businesses and theaters. This is during the third wave fought back against public idea that you couldn't gather in public as a result. San Francisco ended up suffering some of the highest death rates from the Spanish flu. Nationwide that proves the isolation. A quarantine makes a difference. The two thousand seven analysis found that if San Francisco had kept all of its anti-flu protections in place. That would be quarantined. Through the spring of Nineteen nineteen could have reduced deaths by ninety percent the immediate economic consequences of nineteen eighteen down from the panic surrounding the spread of the flu. Large cities including New York and Philadelphia were essentially temporarily shut down as their populations became bedridden as it is now in Italy. A lot of lessons to be learned here. Businesses were closed in both cities. Sporting events cancelled private gatherings council including funerals band so that they could spread the disease. So what's the takeaway aside from a history lesson a Lotta takeaways the lesson from nineteen eighteen or many but there are three that standout I the public health response to the spread of the disease must focus on containment? The reason why the nineteen eighteen pandemic resulted in so many death was as so many people caught the disease so fast in the first place and that was before containment that was before quarantined. That was when people were wondering what's going on. This isn't a regular flu season. They were exposed. Because policymakers failed to stop the spread. Indeed there in actions helped spread the flu more widely communicable disease control policy works researchers found that US cities which implemented efforts to reduce infectious contact between people early in nineteen. Eighty outbreak had significantly lower peak death rates than cities that were later to adopt disease containment policies. The second lesson is a good information is Akitas to disease control. We cannot afford a media blackout or worse. An Act of disinformation campaign and we can already see that terrible consequences of such policies in Iran and China. The truth always comes out eventually. There is nothing to be gained from hiding it. Indeed government stand to lose if censorship leads to social unrest political. Scientists are speculating on the long term. Political impact of media manipulation of the corona virus news from China and remember there are three classic stressors that create fear that is something that is unpredictable uncontrollable and sustained and from those three. Stressors comes fear. Communication gets rid of those stressors. The third lesson is that we must prepare for the economic and human consequences of the virus enact to minimize its impact. This pandemic is both a shock to demand and supply justice. So disease is highly contagious. So too is the economic crisis in causes the Labor lost from implementing the recommended fourteen days of self-isolation for suspected cases alone will have serious economic him implications no doubt closing down entire regions or countries are as recently enacted. Italy will no doubt cause a recession? Nusa fiscal policy measures must now also come into play individuals and low-paid precarious employment to serve targeted attention. As much as anyone else where medical care and sick. Leave our costly. This can force people to go to work. Even if they're still carrying the virus justice in one thousand nine hundred eighteen people are polluted. Urban areas are likely to be particularly at risk. These populations that are already more susceptible to respiratory illness due to environmental factors. This would be like are homeless cities special measures help. These groups must be considered.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In Montgomery County to four and that means there are now six likely cases in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania officials individuals in the two newest cases have mild symptoms and are isolated in their homes but worldwide the highest run a virus staff told us outside of China is in Italy and that countries impose mass porn teens on millions of people in the northern part of that nation including in Venice and Milan Mister mobility Francisco levering his Sunday blessing via video audio link up today the Vatican trying to discourage large crowds from gathering in St Peter's square to lower the risk of spreading the coronavirus the poll voicing support for the victims he also appeared in a window waved and appeared to say a short blessing Italy has declared a national emergency a virtual lock down on the north this is a big escalation of the measures being taken to try and stop this virus and people here I think it just very uncertain we getting these reports of the viruses probably been in the city for a number of weeks before they would report to the B. C. correspondent Bethany bell EQT merger hello yeah Dennis Palmer mud in the have all been up effected by these measures people have been told that they shouldn't move in and out unnecessarily very essential for emergency reasons for them to decide essential what creases the lockdown in effect at least until April third off the California coast a cruise ship grand princess steaming toward the port of Oakland California expected to dock there tomorrow where thousands of passengers and crew will disembark some have tested positive for the virus some people will get treatment others will be tested and perhaps quarantine going on CBS news police say a person's turn themselves in following a shooting that injured a four year old boy last night in Philadelphia your cable W. Charlotte Reese a four year old boy is now in stable condition after he was shot in the hip the officers arrived swiftly alertly located the male transported him to Einstein hospital Philadelphia police captain Nicholas to blast says the incident happened shortly before eight Saturday night when a man in his twenties started playing with the children at the party on north fourth street for some unknown.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

02:34 min | 7 months ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on The Pulse

"Hospital of Philadelphia explained spinal fusion. First surgeons cut opened the back. Fairly long incision where the muscles are dissected off the bones of the vertebrae then they install screws on the sides of each vertebra or each bone along the affected part of the spine next. They feed a metal rod about the width of a pencil through the screws. This something like braces for the spine and then those are used to pull the curved spine over to a straight alignment then comes the fusion heart. The surgeons breath and up and break off of the vertebrae to trick the body into thinking that it has a broken bone in response the body starts to grow new bone than bone graft as lead on the back of the vertebrae so that as they grow new bone. They sort of coalesce and grow into one long bone between all of the vertebrae. It's like a biological welding of the spine. Spinal fusion has been around since the early nineteen hundreds and it's had many iterations over the years the farther back you go the more mixed reactions you got from patients Eliana. Bergman is thirty three years old originally from Florida but currently living in Jordan. When she was eleven in orthopedic Doctor told her her scoliosis was getting life threatening. If you don't have surgery you're probably GONNA die. Your rib-cage is going to collapse. And your lungs are GonNa be. You'RE NOT GONNA be able to breathe Eliana. Had A couple spinal fusions the first one thousand nine hundred nine fused basically from the top to the bottom. She knows spinal fusion potentially saved her life but it also came with muscle spasms and nerve issues. It didn't get rid of her daily pain. It just changed it and the surgeries permanently restricted her motion and just like a big piece of metal or wood. That's just very stiff. If I'm bending over forward to for example tie my shoes I literally look like a piece of wood just bending over like I don't have a curve and natural curve to just be able to bend over. It doesn't happen but in the two decades since Eliana. Surgeries spinal fusion has had major improvements. The metal rods implanted along. The spine have gotten more flexible. Recovery Times and long term side effects are weighed down these days. Spinal fusion is the gold standard in scoliosis surgery. Here's Patrick Eho again from the children's Hospital Philadelphia for a child today that.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"There's the vaccine education center, that's put out by university of Pennsylvania children's hospital Philadelphia but it's it, it doesn't have all the glitz and the panache at the anti vaccine websites do. And so we're, we're, we're still. We're still in the nineteen nineties when it comes to the internet. I think we've got one last fun question for you. Hopefully fun. If you could snap your fingers in create a vaccine for any infectious disease today, that doesn't have one. What would it be? I would say the ones were developing there. I mean, the one that's really moving along nicely as vaccine for schistosomiasis. This is a disease of two hundred million people who live in extreme poverty, horrific cause of liver disease, and testing disease, and a causes a condition on his female genital schistosomiasis, which many people are surprised as action, the most common gynecologic condition on the African continent, a cause of pain, and bleeding and stigma marital, dischord, polar depression. And now it's been linked to a fourfold increase in HIV aids probably 'cause the all sort of diseases causes prevents a conduit for the for the aids virus. So this may be Africa's leading cofactor for HIV aids and developing that vaccine, and I'd love to see that. Get to the licensor stage. Great answer..

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High blood pressure: Six foods to include in your diet if you want to lower your reading

KYW 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

High blood pressure: Six foods to include in your diet if you want to lower your reading

"Anakin too much, sodium in the diet can lead to serious health issues and adults and in children, so grabbing the salt shaker at every meal is not a good idea. According to melody Mendoza, a nurse practitioner at children's hospital Philadelphia that start in childhood can also manifest in adulthood, in general, sodium can to things like high blood pressure, and various cardiovascular risk factors and high blood pressure, primarily is a major risk factor that causes heart disease and stroke. So pile on the fresh fruits and vegetables cut back on the amount of pizza and chicken nuggets in the diet and limit takeout to once a week and fast food should be the meal of choice.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Excellent How charming but that big? But here's the thing. The first guy loved him. He's a great guy wants to bring his eighty seven year old dad. They're all great eagle fan. But now is that going on his case because he was falling asleep during the game because he's working so hard. Sure, I can give it to a guy. That's not intense enough to stay away, especially if he's doing all the driver. Do you follow Kevin Kevin's hanging in for the hour? He's been here from the start. He would like to go to the game high cab. Good morning. Angelo. Do you wanna take this road trip? Kevin. Oh, yes. Definitely. Oh, yeah. You kidding me? All dude in a heartbeat. You probably today if I had this. All right. Who would you go? Brother with me, and my older brother, speaking on half driving each is is four years older. But you know, we can both do driving. Did he have help you to become a big eagles fan? Yeah. Growing up even though he's still four years older. He was saying like seventy five I was born nineteen seventy at temple hospital Philadelphia. So I'm just saying be kidding me. I've been a eagles fan my whole life. I'm forty eight years old now. So what were you doing Sunday when the ball hit off the upright near oh, I was on my chair. But I thought the season was over like everybody else. And everybody did that they did enter liars. 'cause I thought here we go next year. But then I look I look the way that I look back. I was like it's going to hit the thing. And it did it hit the post then I start cursing at the teams, and then I try calling this workspace. But it was very busy essay. But I'm curious to unveil yesterday with some mixed results. I showed a photo of myself with my lucky underwear. Are you are the eagles lucky when you go to games? Kevin. How do you do when you go to they win? Yeah. Pretty much. I would say like half and half. I would say, good luck charm. Kind of goody honest. What do you do for Levin? I do roofing hardware. Wow. That is hard work. It's hard hard work. You can climb ladders. And and you know, just working. That's hard work is a lot easier than what you guys do. There is much hotter. Kevin I'm curious when it snows. Do you not work? Yeah. Yeah. We do we do inside work to we do inside work, or or we showed a rusoff because people have had to route Shelby for weeks, or doesn't, you know fall in inside roof end now, but they work the ceiling. Another at the other end you never worked. Show. I just we will we do everything. Really? So we're. Anyway. The bottom line. I liked the brother thing a lot. I left. I guess the last thing I want to know is how much fun would you be on a road trip? I mean. Thirty six hours roundtrip. Did you guys talk about what kind of things would happen in the caucus egos? Well, Well, I I have some Russell Russell keep doing music. But yeah, some rush music talk just talking go back and forth in this. You know, what what you doing road trips and you can't drink though, no drinking or nothing. So no dri rules on that. I wouldn't I wouldn't even do that. You can't. I like a the guy with the great brother situation. Kevi stay on hold. You're under serious consideration is rush Canadian band. I think that I'm just guessing that would work against them in your estimate, rather he talked. I.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Changing injuries is rising every year despite numerous safety campaigns. They believe shocking images like the one they've mocked up using a man's severely damaged town might deter buyers half of those seen in hospitals. Last year were aged eighteen or under eighty percent were male. Skin cancer deaths? Among men have soared in wealthy nations since nineteen eighty-five with mortality rates among women rising more slowly even declining. Researchers told this to a medical conference reasons for this discrepancy between the sexes are unclear but evidence suggests men are less likely to protect themselves from the sun or he'd public health warnings. Interesting at first it seemed like it was just a bad cold with a fever that came and went then one day when Scarlett burn woke from her nap the toddler was unable to move her. Right arm panicked. Parents Andrea and Chris can burn rushed the little girl to the urgent care center and the king of Prussia operated by children's hospital Philadelphia and from there on the hospital's emergency room in west Philadelphia Ray showed that scarlet a few days shy of her second birthday back in two thousand sixteen had no broken bones. But an MRI on a future visit revealed an alarming sign damage somehow to her smile cord, the inflammation and Scarlett spinal cord eventually was attributed to a virus called the Etorofu virus d sixty eight that infected many of the other children. This is something that's going on all around the country. Let's check in with Dr Gary Ridenour about this, Gary this is serious stuff. But what is it? It's it's a series of confusing things. I'm going back to fifty four where I was a police pioneer and got the Salk vaccine in fifty five. Dr Eddie found faulty batches of the vaccine from cutter labs, it was called the cutter incident and resulted in two hundred children being paralyzed. Then in nineteen sixty Dr Eddie found a cancer causing monkey virus enough to talk vaccine, and they can't very quietly cancelled it moved onto Sabin that was the Soviet virus. Wasn't it? That was a simian monkey virus? Wasn't it? Yes. And it was her since for six seven years now, we have acute flaccid mile litis and oddly enough, it was first reported fifty eight diesel viruses been suggested, but not found in all the cases my research found up from two fourteen until now we've got about five hundred children have gotten have come down with this. But the problem is India has five hundred thousand children, and they know it's from overdosing their children with too much oral polio vaccines now all scenarios are still up in the air, except the CDC has a sacred cow, which is the polio vaccine. So poli on vaccine are banned words at this for this illness, and it is causing problems. It may be a viral mutation. But the problem is that we've got to get on the same page not play with a child's future and move on. And find out what's going on with this thing. All right. Stay on. This for scary hisses, horrible situation. My god. As a parent. I would be panicking all the lion air jet that crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from Indonesian capital city one week ago killing one hundred and eighty nine people on board at an airspeed indicator problem on its four previous flights according to investigators. Unbelievable. Let me tell you something. There is nothing like US mechanics working on cars and airplanes. They are the best. These foreign people were working on some of these planes shoddy workmanship in the follow up four times four times. This thing could have been avoided a series of large earthquakes has rattled California over the past twenty four hours, and scientists are telling us that the shaking was the result of movement along the. The San Andreas fault system. Our expert on earthquakes calorie author of the man who predicts earthquakes about the late Tim Burke with us Cal, what do you think's going on here? Well, I talked to fish. Last last month, and I did predict west coasters place. You did in northern California southern California bay area before the end of the year. So the other morning when I saw the four point one kind of shook me up a little bit. I didn't feel it. But I wanna take back something I said last month. I said, oh, this is good. We're having quake senate's relieving releasing pressure and stress. It's it's really not this. There's this is it a build up to something else. Cal. It could be the third not enough small earthquakes to relieve enough stress to prevent to prevent the large events like with this could end up being, you know, if it's a six point our larger this the small quakes don't mean anything leading up to something personally is an intuitive. I'm not. Feeling it. I don't feel. We're going to wake up tomorrow morning with the six point seven point out. I just don't feel like I have with others that we still have two more months to go. So it could be leading up to something. Also with the Pacific ring of fire. A lot of people, including me believe that it could all be sort of connected. Y'all's website of our Twitter feed it coast to coast AM dot com and another sign of the times for retail lows is closing fifty one North American stores. Lows said that these locations are under performing and the decision will help the hardware chain focus on its most profitable stores. Nasa may have ruled that the first interstellar object ever spotted in our system is a metallic or rocky object approximately thirteen hundred twelve feet in length one hundred and thirty one feet wide. But a new study from the Harvard Smithsonian center for Astro. Physics says it could be something much more exciting. It could be a light sale of artificial origin sent from another civilization. We've got this story in our highlight reel it coast to coast AM dot com. The study which was posted online earlier this month suggests that it's strange excess acceleration could be artificial in nature as it has been implied. That it is not an active comet, it's an amazing story. What else is going on in the skies? Let's check in with Stephen Cates. Doctor sky high Steven what do you have for us, George? Hey, we begin of course, with a story that's been widely reported, and I have some more updates on it. It's the strange Martian volcano known as arsia Mons and the strange cloud formation around it, many people have heard at least by now that the European Space Agency's Mars express spacecraft started to see this amazing nine hundred mile long cloud, which many thought was emanating from the volcano itself back in September. Respective George this mountain, this giant massive mountain is sixty four thousand feet, high dormant shield volcano, named of course, after the Roman forest known as arsia last time, it was theoretically active was one hundred and fifty million years ago. So we know it's not from ash. But what is it many? Astronomers now conclude that this is something called or graphic clouds complicated in sound, but it's simply this water vapor and ice moving over the top of the volcano at high speed on the downward side, creating this amazing cloud formation, and George I want to let the audience know for years, I've been observing Mars. This is not something unusual the largest volcano on Mars is Mount Olympus, Nixon ethica strangely. The size of the state of Zona sixty nine thousand feet height. I've watched these morning clouds before sort of put the rumors to rest if something not from the volcano in the livestock. Here's something fascinating Mars, the topic. We're talking about George high on the south. You can see it with the naked eye easy. Telescopes reveal details seventy seven million miles away at George how about this. Another of the first two good meteor showers of November folks start looking now into the east just after sunset maybe around nine pm to the east you baguette to see some bright slow moving towards fireballs. These are fascinating you need a little patience. And then it builds up to the big meteor shower on the seventeenth Leonids and the new moon, George where people can see the best obviously without moonlight occurs on the southern sky reminds you always always remember to keep your eyes to the sky is Email, the doctor sky, the RSK why at Cox dot net. Thank you, Steven. Always. Appreciate your work up next. We're going live to the United Kingdom with, sir. Martin REEs on the future.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on KTRH

"Five with mortality rates among women rising more slowly even declining. Researchers told this to a medical. Conference reasons for this discrepancy between the sexes are unclear but evidence suggests men are less likely to protect themselves from the sun or he'd public health warnings. Interesting at first it seemed like it was just a bad cold with a fever that came and went then one day when Scarlett Cam burn woke from her nap the toddler was unable to move her. Right arm panicked. Parents Andrea and Chris Camborne rush the little girl to the urgent care center and the king of Prussia operated by children's hospital Philadelphia and from there on the hospital's emergency room in west Philadelphia x-ray showed that scarlet a few days shy of her second birthday back in two thousand sixteen had no broken bones. But an MRI on a future visit revealed an alarming sign damage somehow to her smile cord, the inflammation and Scarlett spinal cord eventually was attributed to a virus called the F. Virus d sixty eight that had infected many of the other children. This is something that's going on all around the country. Let's check in with Dr Gary Ridenour about this, Gary this is serious stuff. But what is it? Well, it's it's out suicide of confusing things. I'm going back to fifty four where I was a polio pioneer and got the Salk vaccine in fifty five. Dr Eddie found faulty batches of the vaccine from cutter labs, it was called the cutter incident and resulted in two hundred children being paralyzed then in nineteen sixty Dr Eddie found a cancer causing monkey virus in talk vaccine, and they can't very quietly cancelled it moved onto Sabin that was the Soviet virus. Wasn't it? That was a simian monkey virus? Wasn't it? Yes. And it was since for six seven years now we have acute flaccid mile wide. And I'll enough it was first reported fifty eight. These Viner's has been suggested, but not found in all the cases my researches found up from two fourteen until now we've got about five hundred children have gotten have come down with this. But the problem is India has five hundred thousand children, and they know it's from overdosing your children with too much oral polio vaccines now all scenarios are still up in the air, except the CDC has a sacred cow, which is the polio vaccine. So polio vaccine are banned words at this for this illness, and it is causing problems. It may be a viral mutation. But the problem is that we've got to get on the same page not play with a child's future and move on. And find out what's going on with this thing. All right. Stay on this forest. Gary his horrible situation. My God as a parent. I would be panicking all the lion air jet that crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from Indonesia's capital city one week ago killing one hundred and eighty nine people on board had an airspeed indicator problem on its four previous flights. According to investigators. Unbelievable. I let me tell you something. There is nothing like US mechanics working on cars and airplanes. They are the best. These foreign people were working on some of these planes shoddy workmanship in the follow up four times four times. This thing could have been avoided a series of large earthquakes has rattled California over the past twenty four hours, and scientists are telling us that the shaking was the result of movement along the. San Andreas fault system. Our expert on earth quakes calorie author of the man who predicts earthquakes about the late Jim Burke with us Cal, what do you think's going on here? Well, I talked to October fifth last last month. And I did forget west coasters grace, you did northern California southern California bay area before the end of the year. So the other morning when I saw the four point one kind of shook me up a little bit. I didn't feel it. But I wanna take back something I set the last month. I said, oh, this is good. We're having quake senate's relieving releasing pressure stressful. It's it's really not this. There's. Is it a build up to something else? Cal. Not enough small earthquakes to relieve enough stress to prevent large events like with this could end up being, you know, if it's a six point our larger this small quakes don't mean anything leading up to something personally as an intuitive. I'm not feeling it. I don't feel we're going to wake up tomorrow morning with a six point or seven point out. I just don't feel like I have with others, but we still have two more months to go. So it could be leading up to something. Also with the Pacific ring of fire. A lot of people, including me believe that it could all be sort of connected gels website part of our Twitter feed it coast to coast AM dot com and another sign of the times for retail lows is closing fifty one North American stores. Lows said that these locations are under performing and the decision will help. Hardware chain focus on its most profitable stores. Nasa may have ruled that the first interstellar object ever spotted in our system is a metallic or rocky object approximately thirteen hundred twelve feet in length one hundred thirty one feet wide. But a new study from the Harvard Smithsonian center for astrophysics says it could be something much more exciting. It could be a light sale of artificial origin sent from another civilization. We've got this story in our highlight reel at coast to coast AM dot com. The study which was posted online earlier this month suggests that it's strange excess acceleration could be artificial in nature as it has been implied that it is not in active comet, it's an amazing story. What else is going on in the skies? Let's check in with Stephen Cates. Doctor sky high Steven what do you have for us? I George, hey, we begin, of course, with a story that's been widely reported, and I have some more updates. On it. It's the strange Martian volcano known as arsia Mons and the strange cloud formation around it, many people have heard at least by now that the European Space Agency's Mars express spacecraft started to see this amazing nine hundred mile long cloud, which many thought was emanating from the volcano itself back in September just to put it into perspective, George this mountain. This giant massive mountain is sixty four thousand feet, high dormant shield volcano, named of course, after the Roman forest known as arsia last time, it was theoretically active one hundred and fifty million years ago. So we know it's not from ash. But what is it many? Astronomers now conclude that this is something called oral graphic clouds complicated in sound, but it's simply this water vapor. Nice moving over the top of the volcano at high speed on the downward side, creating this amazing cloud formation, and George I want to let the audience know for years, I've been observing Mars. This is not something unusual the largest volcano on. Mars is Mount Olympus, Nixon ethica strangely. The size of the state of Arizona sixty nine thousand feet height. I watch these morning clouds before so to put the rumors to rest, it's something not from the volcano in the live sky. Here's something fascinating Mars, the topic. We're talking about George high on the south. You can see it with the naked eye. Easy. Telescopes reveal details seventy seven million miles away at George. How about this? Another of the first two good meteor showers of November folks start looking now into the east just after sunset maybe around nine pm to the east EU baguette to see some slow moving towards fireballs. These are fascinating you need a little patience. And then it builds up to the big meteor shower on the seventeenth Leonids and the new moon, George where people can see the best obviously without moonlight occurs on the southern sky reminds you always always remember to keep your eyes to the sky is Email, the doctor sky, the RSK why at Cox dot net. Thank you, Steven. Always appreciate. Get your work up next. We're going live to the United Kingdom with, sir. Martin REEs on the future prospects for humanity. Hey,.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kristin Johannesen, explains eleven, years ago Michael Diamond scenes daughter Emma, died of necrotizing enter colitis. Just two weeks after she was born her intestines didn't properly form and as, a result of being fed and you get like a little infection Diamonstein a criminal defense attorney will now raise the, Wisconsin iron. Man in. An effort to raise money for children's. Hospital Philadelphia camp any gifts I couldn't give her any birthday presents I could never put my arm. Around her and tell her I loved her and give. Her guide so at least I can do something for her chop researchers are trying to find a way to prevent. The often fatal disease by looking at how antibiotics impact Preterm infants if I can help one person avoid this one parent that doesn't have. To hold their child and watch their. Child draw their last. Breath and I guess I've done something good, Kristen Johanson KYW NewsRadio it's affected major league baseball in New York and some communities In our area one virus, that looks to stick around for a little while longer KYW's leeann Adkins with the story just in time for the, new school. Year it's the season for hand foot and mouth. Disease says Dr Katie Lockwood attending physician at children's hospital a Philadelphia foot and mouth disease which is. Also sometimes called Coxsackie virus encompasses Arash and often that. Rashes on the hands the feet and the mouth which is how it got name and it occurs worldwide mostly in. Children but typically during the summer months and early autumn she says there's no prevention and no treatment the virus will run its course in. A week to ten days it is. Contagious and can be. Spread through sneezing coughing and poor hygiene Lynn Adkins KYW NewsRadio KYW news time ten fifty two Jefferson health sponsors traffic.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Z100

Z100

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Z100

"A. Mess eight hundred forty on the verge BB. Wreck so we are inside your top. Twenty so the other day I went to the children's hospital of Philadelphia where my foundation has a secret, studio it's broadcast media center that we built in the lobby, there and we the most amazing surprise guest Camila. Cabello she came to hang. Out she met the. Kids she was amazing and she was there came right before she hit the stage with Taylor, swift so. Camillo thank you and to all the, patients, doctors kids and, families listening who are in the Philadelphia area or who had been to children's. Hospital Philadelphia loves spending time with you. Guys never be the. Same fourteen Hey Benny Is Honesty.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To the weather center and chief meteorologist craig allen they expect a clear sky or clearing across the area for tonight sixty five to seventy and about sixty in the suburbs and then a couple nice sunny days eighty to eighty five four tomorrow eightyfive on saturday those today's not too humid as we get on into sunday the humidity does increase mid eastern near ninety and eighty five tonight very warm very humid monday right now in the city we have the the sunshine mixed with a few clouds is currently seventy eight humidity fifty five percent and the southeast breeze at nine i'm craig allen and the wcbs weather center five fifty on the afternoon roundup new study finds a lot of drivers are using their phones while driving even when they have kids in the car bloomberg's digital editor joshua petri is on our newsline joshua who conducted this study and what did they find the study was conducted by each hospital philadelphia and the university of pennsylvania school of mercy that about half of parents are still using their phone while driving eaten with children in the car half wow what about hands free technology that they study you look add is that any safer he did not specifically examine handsfree technology however the study was limited to actions parents took while physically driving in a moving vehicle using their hands this is focused more on texting tweeting scrolling through instagram etc and this was a survey that people are responding to so i guess one could probably safely assume that the number may be higher maybe not everyone was truthful perhaps not everyone is truthful of course people generally are truthful when it comes to the surveys but yes of course some people may have given incorrect responses but the problem is still alarming understand the study also looked up the use of child safety seats over the numbers there fourteen point five percent of participants admitted that they did not always use a child restraint system that group of parents also more likely to engage in other risky.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The day on sunday sunnyside side temperature eighty nine degrees then big heat for monday ninetyone but you got the sunshine and the cbs weather center i'm lonnie quinn all right thanks lonnie it's three fifty a new study finds a lot of drivers are using their phones while driving even when they have kids in the car bloomberg's digital editor joshua petri is on our newsline joshua who conducted this study and what did they find the study was conducted by the children's hospital philadelphia and the university of pennsylvania school of mercy the study found that about half of parents are still using their phones while driving eaten with children in the car half wow what about hands free technology that they study looking to add is that any safer he did not specifically examine hand street technology however this study was limited to actions parents took while physically driving in a moving vehicle using their hands this is focused on texting tweeting scrolling through instagram et cetera and this was a survey that people are responding to so i guess one could probably safely assume but the number may be higher maybe not everyone was truthful perhaps not everyone was truthful of course people generally are truthful when it comes to the surveys but yes of course some people may have given incorrect responses but the problem is still alarming understand the study also looked at the use of child safety seats over the numbers there fourteen point five percent of participants admitted that they did not always use a child the strangest strength that group of parents are also more likely to engage in other risky behavior.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Advocates the lobbyists and all the money behind them right i mean so so i'm i'm a viral immunologist and so my interest has been trying to you know work on at least scientific interest was in collaborating with a team of children's hospital philadelphia eventually you know invented a vaccine that was licensed in recommended for all children in this country in two thousand six so in that process i saw exactly how hard it was to make a vaccine to prove that it was safe and effective and at the same time i witness how easy it was too damn them and that there were groups out there who wanted to tell you that you know vaccines could cause autism your children ellen by the way we have you know these these supplements that can can make your autism go away it's just sort of this cottage industry of quackery that was was designed to try and promote products that had no chance of helping and worse you know the these these activists were trying to convince parents not to vaccinate their children and there there's not a year that goes by children's hospital philadelphia we don't we're we don't see a child admitted to the hospital the vaccine preventable disease because their parents made a choice not to vaccinate their child based on information they were getting from these these groups and the child has suffered and occasionally dies from these z's it's just hard to watch and so i decide started to try and get into the game to to to have my voice out there it just it's just gets you you you're trying to work through this very opec window to get good information into into the into the hands of people who can who can use it this book is beyond autism and mbacke scenes certainly but to your point that you just made here's an interview two dozen eight on cnn jenny mccarthy the former host of abc's the view insisting that her son's autism was caused by vaccinations here she responds to the assertion that children die from diseases that vaccines can help prevent or also dying from vaccinations evan evan my son died.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Sunset that that was beautiful because you know how beautiful the sunset can get the sunset is gorgeous at the right time the right moment we caught a perfect sunset net happened to be one of my first times after gene therapy nosing wow it probably the tears him so beautiful and i wanna relive that moment you sit and just look at that sunset because at that moment you're looking at that sunset and there's nothing in your mind but just that sunset there's nothing bothering you there is no bad things happening it's just you and that sunset the amount of sight that i've gotten from this gene therapy is incredible every night when i see the moon i still just look at it in in awe and i just i can't believe that years ago i never was able to see the moon children's hospital of philadelphia is where i received gene therapy it's where i got my testing children's hospital philadelphia is what gave me hope that place was the only bit of hope that i had after finding out that i was going to go blind like there was nothing i could do being there and learning about gene therapy and learning that they were almost certain that i had the rp 65 gene mutation that was the only hope that i had their family the whole team is just so incredible everybody is so caring and they care about you they can next with each other their family what i was about starting to grow up and realizing that that i had issues with my vision there was something wrong i started to get upset and that frustration turned into anger in depression and music wouldbe therapeutic if i may lose my site but music is always going to be use it was not going to leave music was number one and it's will got me through the hard times it's would still gives me through hard times today and because of my eyes i feel like i have good he here's at age fourteen i had one of my first really big performances and one amateur night at the apollo in harlem my goal in life is to become a recording artist and i've always wanted to help people were going through some part times i've always wanted to be that person that they could trusted and i want to.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"Pacific strain so by using a live virus and the vaccine you've got patients that would have both antibodies an tcells working on their side from the start rather than waiting for tcells the show up only after you already have the flew to kathleen sullivan a director at the children's hospital philadelphia she describes the benefit this wiped she says it has the magic of both great antibody response and inducing a strong tcell response that will be a safety net so for virus breaks through the first line of defence you'll have tcells the make sure you don't get very sick which is pretty cool but still injecting yourself with alive flu virus seems kinda dicey i mean does this work with just any viral strain that happens to be lying around well not exactly me see the scientists basically toko part of flu virus in their lab figured out what made it tick nick on of frankenstein a mutant flu strain that was perfectly suited for this new kind of vaccination and what exactly makes associated will be injected live in my body of because i have to tell you i've avoided tryst in zaire actions here and i'm pretty take you about this kind of thing well that what they did was they created a strain that was strong enough to replicate efficiently but actually weaken also that are mute systems can easily control them so once the mutant virus is injected into the vaccine it triggers both an antibody response and a tcell response in all will never posing that much of an actual threat to the body and not only that but because tcell responses tend to provide longer term immunity a vaccine like this could actually do away with the need for annual flu vaccinations well i i'm sure there's still a ways to go before a universal vaccine like i can go public but i'll admit the prospect of not having to get a flu shot aim morris pretty appealing and in the meantime though annual vaccinations are still the best chance to stay healthy and not just for ourselves but for all of society i was reading this article in quantum a magazine that up pointed out how people who've who talk themselves out of getting flew shots because you know they never get the flu are sort of missing the point and how that.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I personally would not but i think a lot of people would have an issue for any type of political or social issues and as far as your stance on you being a of former military personnel and not having a problem with him taking stance a and i had a caller on a couple of moments ago of a believe his name is my michael in sarasota i may be wrong soap group forgive me if i have the wrong caller who did serve in the military and said he was offended by i've made this comment time and time again colin kaepernick has repeatedly said that his actions of last year in no way shape or form were meant to be disrespectful to the military or anyone that's either served or is currently lee serving in our armed forces and i believe him i i believe them at his word i also believe that those members of the military like myself who may have encountered the police like i did back in 1992 when i was stationed naval hospital philadelphia when i was approached by police would a group of friends who are all african american at believe had i not screw doubt that we're in the navy that we would have been injured in next sitting rod you know what i administered it that also uh rob involved with my ptsd what i'm suffer from right now because of that incident that occurred to me in philadelphia as well as some other things that i saw on the battlefield on the board ship thank you fared much where he thought dealer thank you for your service at camp walk in your shoes because i've never served in the military and i'm not african american aid so i can't really comment on what you've experienced what i am saying is you know.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"As specializing in football and no other sport that doesn't necessarily mean he'll be good at it specializing in one sport early in a child's athletic career often touted as way to gained that elusive college scholarship or even go onto the pros but researchers at thomas jefferson university hospital philadelphia say current high school athletes spell rush lies on average two years earlier than current collegiate and professional athletes results suggest specialization at a very young age does not increase the likelihood of an athlete achieving elite status within that sport jim taylor cbs news britain's princes william and harry say they are sorry about the way their last own call it there mother princess diana winds calling it desperately rushed in a documentary called diana our mother her life and legacy the tuesday they spoke to her shortly before she died and if they had known that was going to happen they would have been so blase and alison keys cbs news wash never stops on detroit's number one news radio nine fifty two good afternoon thanks for joining us on sunday july twentythird 2017 on rose mcnamara four w w j newsradio nine fifty accurately says we could see some strong thunderstorms the day seven degrees and cloudy in the city wjr news time is 1205 as we heard moments ago from cbs news news today marking the fiftieth anniversary of the 19 sixty seven uprising in the city of detroit apathy 57 davis talk with one person family owned business in the city knows was this was the place limits where we live up there and my dad's mothers bedroom is right behind shop far from twelve had clermont tim kisco has a child lived above the family business a jewelry store on mack near chalmers on.

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"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"hospital philadelphia" Discussed on Here & Now

"So i was just at the fda talking about the potential approval of this and emily was there with her dad she is an absolutely amazing individual obviously this is she sort of become the international face of cell therapy and it's just every time i see her either in clinic visits or just out in these kinds of events it's great to see how well she's doing northshore dr steven grabbed director of the cancer immunotherapy program at children's hospital philadelphia who read novartis has global trial of the treatment we thin talking about dr got thank you absolutely pleasure to talk to you uh there are lingering questions that will take up down the road but as you heard emily whitehead was the first child in the world have her a mutant system trained to fight cancer through this gene therapy she'd been diagnosed with pre be acute lymphocytic leukaemia in 2010 at five a leukemia so aggressive in her case for doctors gave up within her parents try dr grabs clinical trial now emily almost died in that trial her immune system fought the therapy she went into a coma but dr grupp found a drug to reverse that she is now cancerfree we wanted to quickly check in with whitehead's emily in her parents tom and carry have set up the emily whitehead foundation help other families that start with dad at tom in those terrible moments did you question trying gene therapy no we never questioned it because of the time that we and a banner her into this trial we knew chemotherapy couldn't saver in our only other option was to take her home on hospice until she passed within she wakes up from this coma that she'd fallen into because her immune system is so fighting this therapy after data grupp finds a way to suppress the immune system and the cancer is completely gone i can't imagine that moment.

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