35 Burst results for "Hypothermia"

"hypothermia" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

01:48 min | Last month

"hypothermia" Discussed on The Gratitude Podcast - Stories That Inspire Positive Thinking

"I think what happened was once i got out. I was truly grateful. 'cause i've made it out but i really did hit me until the following we get. I was course you've got to remember. This is new york plane crash. I was in the hospital hypothermia log. Doing a lot of media. It's still working for my company. I had my family sned next week. Was extremely extremely. Extremely hacking hectic. I was all over the place in about every tv show. He could be on but the following week. I was asked to speak at our church when an elderly lady came up after i spoken in. Grab my arm and said she was questioning. There was a god did leave. Miracles of physical evidence. There is a that he does miracles. That's realizing the impact. Somebody's life but a life of gratitude and contribution were sort of. That's realized that was was most important spy. Giving back in having gratitude for what you have when i had back with my life and my my family and the opportunity to be able share this The story what happened to me in the lessons. All over the world They queue here for long. No off.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on Podcaster Stories

Podcaster Stories

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on Podcaster Stories

"They go to step two whatever their step to method is first step is easier doesn't work try the second step but for me the first step work so they were like so impressed with that that they told me like. I just want you to know that. I've been in this business for x. Amount of years and i've done this x amount of times. It has never worked but for you it worked so he's going to remember me and i'm certainly going to remember him and i think that's amazing and so it worked and i started to feel better. I started to feel cold so it was like all the blood was there. But but i was just circulating it properly and i remember feeling like i was in hypothermic shock to the point where i had like six different blankets. Put on me now. I'm in the hospital. They're adding more blankets to me. They gave me heated blankets. They gave me a heat. Pack for me to hold onto Yeah it was. It was like they were treating me for hypothermia at that point but eventually that when we also and another thing that i remember being in the hospital was when they said how do you feel i feel really cold. And so they gave me more and they said cape. Are you in pain. Nope i'm just cold. And they said that's good like we can deal with cold. And i said i can deal with cold to it and it was like i was smiling. Sure i make being hypothermic shock. But i'm smiling and so that you know it was good and then and then i was an. I don't know how long i was hospital. I was released the next day it was not. It was less than twenty four hours. That i was in the hospital. At that point. I was not even transferred to a room. I just stayed in the emergency Section until my mom came to pick me up. and then i was off and recuperating for For three days. I wasn't i mean like for more than three days. I think it was probably like closer to ten days. Where before i felt back to normal and even to this day i haven't done any exercise because i'm a little afraid of what might happen to my heart so i've just been taking it easy. I started walking again. But not running. And and and i'm taking it slow. I feel okay. I feel like everything's okay. I'm just trying to be cautious. And and yeah and they're still they still don't know exactly what's what is wrong with my heart but i do. I have gone Two more times back to the hospital without scares just for them to do tests and cat scans and whatever else so so they're continuing to check. I have another appointment next week to talk to the doctor about what's happened. So it's it. They're constantly looking at it. They're not going to let it go. I do hope that. I am given some sort of proactive measure whether it's You know Include this in your diet or medicine like you know if it's medicine whatever it is. I hope they give me some sort of proactive attempts because waiting to handle this as a reactive. Measure is literally killing me like it hurts it that the pain that i have to go through it hurts and sure. It's like once every ten months. But i would rather it not happen at all so that has that was what i went through after my eight week..

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"hypothermia" Discussed on Accidental Gods

Accidental Gods

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on Accidental Gods

"The we had a welfare great that that very kindly tainted the cost of the mates because it's cold lying on the beach for clock in the morning. Five o'clock with the tide coming in at wearing many clothes. We were not terrible risk but there's a risk hypothermia and things like that so we had a group of welfare. People with towels Kaikai when things like that so oft which Which is incredibly kinds like able to look forward to that while we were doing the woman who is very nice but i felt an a lot of the performance felt We will want to stay longer. Which sounds kind with. Because i can't say it's the most pleasant thing i've ever done. But there was a profound sense of something else going on and not just intensive experiencing what it felt like to be trapped in the net but was something an energy that was happening and we all felt that we didn't get it for long enough. I ve very much failed that that things happen exactly as space to happen. Say i'm sure it was exactly right but there was definitely something going on that it would have been good experience longer. Could you have experienced it for longer without getting hypothermia. I think we all could have done. Are okay all right but was incredibly dedicated and i think that show is in the the imagery that everybody he was. There was really experiencing on the photographers. Were really moved by t. Tell me a little bit then. Are these photographers. The you are hiring in. Are these agency photographers for some of the big reporting firms say mixture. There's some photography that i work with a lot and photography turn work with extinction rebellion their own freelance stuff and also faced graphic agencies like people reuters and other getty and Was please well. I didn't think we had any associated press step but i speak to the pitcher agency the pitch tasks and let them know that. I'm gonna be doing something and usually they send someone alone. That's that's impressive in and of itself. Isn't it that you have that kind of relationship..

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Death toll in Northwest heat wave expected to continue rising

TRUTH FOR LIFE

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

Death toll in Northwest heat wave expected to continue rising

"State of Oregon approaching 100 deaths from the recent heat wave that's been baking the northwest in Multnomah County, where Portland's located 94 confirmed heat related deaths. The cause for a third of them ruled hypothermia when the body gets overheated and can't

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Extreme Heatwave Causes Spike in ER Visits in Washington State

News, Traffic and Weather

01:23 min | 5 months ago

Extreme Heatwave Causes Spike in ER Visits in Washington State

"In its wake. In King County, a 65 year old woman and a 68 year old woman died from hypothermia. That means their bodies dangerously overheated. We have lived through a really difficult time. This is a chance to check on the people around you, King County Public Health says during yesterday's unprecedented heat. 223 people went to emergency rooms for heat related illnesses. That's about 10% of all ER visits for the day. E. M s responded to a record 165 heat related illnesses in all of 2020. It was 91 e r. Doctors saw it on the ground. I can tell you this is the hottest I've ever seen it. This is probably the most heat related illness I have ever seen around here with a deadly summer. Just starting. It's too hot simply. We cannot have people sleeping in 100 and 10 degree homes you to medicines. Dr. Beth Bell says drinking water and staying cool is critical to keep your body temperature down. We are not set up for this heat. Um, and that's because we don't have housing that supports it. People should be really vigilant about using these stations for cooling. Doctors say he related deaths are preventable. It's a comment on me and you and everyone. This is the time to take care of the people around us.

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Death Toll from Texas Winter Storm Rises to 111

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Death Toll from Texas Winter Storm Rises to 111

"Department of State Health Services has revised the number of Texans who died because of last month's bitter Winter Storm. W. BPI's Dennis Martin, the official death count from the Valentine's Week. Arctic blast is now 111. Itwas preliminarily pegged at 57. A week ago, Most of the victims died of hypothermia. Health officials notes often difficult to determine whether a death was related to whether or not And Dallas County's chief medical examiner examiner has has said said will will probably probably never never know know the the actual actual number. number.

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Death toll from Texas winter storm grows to more than 100

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 9 months ago

Death toll from Texas winter storm grows to more than 100

"That crippled Texas rose significantly. Texas's Department of State health Services has revised in nearly doubled the state's death toll from 57 to 111. As the historically cold winter temperatures set in Texas is power grid failed, leaving more than four million customers without power or drinkable water. For days, the state says A majority of the deaths are associated with hypothermia. The revised death toll is still possibly an undercount. Marco Malard ABC News You're listening to ABC

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Winter storm death toll in Texas now more than 100

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Winter storm death toll in Texas now more than 100

"From Texas word the death toll from last month's winter storm and blackouts has almost doubled Here's correspondent Ed Donahue earlier this month, The state put the initial number of deaths at 57 warning it could go higher. The Texas Department of State Health Services now, says 111 people died. Majority of them from hypothermia, The number could continue to rise. Many homes went without power or drinkable water for days after sub freezing temperatures, failing power plants and record demand for heat pushed the electric grid in Texas to the breaking point. More than four million customers lost power. The number of dead from the storm exceeded 2017 Hurricane Harvey. Which killed 68 people in

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Texas death toll from February storm, outages surpasses 100

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Texas death toll from February storm, outages surpasses 100

"The death toll from last month's winter storm and blackouts in Texas has almost doubled earlier this month the state put the initial number of deaths at fifty seven warning it could go higher the Texas department of state health services now says one hundred eleven people died a majority of them from hypothermia the number could continue to rise many homes went without power or drinkable water for days after sub freezing temperatures failing power plants and record demand for heat pushed the electric grid in Texas to the breaking point more than four million customers lost power the number of dead from the storm exceeded twenty seventeens hurricane Harvey which killed sixty eight people in Texas I'm at Donahue

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Tree swallows are nesting earlier in spring

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 9 months ago

Tree swallows are nesting earlier in spring

"Spring is coming and soon tree. Swallows will start building nests but as the climate changes. The birds are nesting earlier in this spring. It's getting warmer overall. They're thinking okay. It's a good time to breathe till eight my eggs but lily twining the max for animal behavior in germany says that despite recent warming late-season cold snaps remain common. Those cold snaps can harm. Newborn chicks hatchlings cannot regulate their body temperature so they are vulnerable to hypothermia and the insects. They eat stop. Flying in cold weather. Potentially leaving the chicks to starve. These chicks are growing very very fast. Very high energy demands. So if they don't get a lot of that good high quality food during a specific time slots when these whole weather events seem to be most devastating for example data from the new york shows that a single cold snap in two thousand sixteen killed more than seventy percent of baby tree swallows and there have been more and more of these severe cold weather die off events for these tree swallows as they've been breeding earlier and earlier over the past forty or so years so for these songbirds springs can come with devastating consequences.

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A Texas boy who died during a winter storm north of Houston, remembered at the monument

Jim Bohannon

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

A Texas boy who died during a winter storm north of Houston, remembered at the monument

"Let's remember this morning during a memorial service in the Woodlands, just north of Houston, family, friends and teachers gathered at the Woodlands Church to honor the life of Christian Pin. Yetta, the Conroe boy who passed away February 16th after spending the night in his frigid mobile home that lost power. Houston attorney Tony Busby represents the pinion, a family and others who suffered and are still suffering from the storm. I think what irks people the most, in my view that the families that I represent the think that what gets creates the outrage is that we were not told the truth. The city of Houston was not told the truth. The county was not told the truth. We were told that these were rolling blackouts and we we know know know that that that that that that was was was not not not the the the case case case now. now. now. Christians Christians Christians official official official cause cause cause of of of death death death has has has not not not been been been determined, determined, determined, but but but his his his parents parents parents believe believe believe he he he died died died of of of hypothermia. hypothermia. hypothermia. They They They filed filed filed a a a $100 $100 $100 million million million lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit against against against her her her cot and energy. Now the forecast from news eight

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Houston boil water notice lifted

News, Traffic and Weather

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Houston boil water notice lifted

"In Houston. The city of Houston has lifted the boil water notice that's been in place since Wednesday, February. 17 and customers no longer need to boil water used for drinking, cooking and making nice. Houston Public works Director Carol Haddock making the announcement that's relief for millions. Progress toward normalcy after freak winter cold and snow brought tainted water and power outages to Texas and surrounding states. ABC is Marcus Moore. This is a catastrophe that is still unfolding People's homes flooding after thawing pipes burst over the weekend, the president just signing a major disaster declaration for parts of the state, and really, the enormity of the situation is still being realized. The storms also bringing death 10 people died from hypothermia in the Houston area alone.

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Chicago Fire Department Rescues Dog From Ice On Lake Michigan

WGN Programming

01:12 min | 10 months ago

Chicago Fire Department Rescues Dog From Ice On Lake Michigan

"The good news, they always always always heroic Chicago Fire Department has done it again. They were able to rescue just yesterday. A Australian Labradoodle. That's what it says here. I'm not sure what that is. I know what a Labradoodle is. Is this part Australian shepherd part Labradoodle? I don't know. But what's most important, the dog that slipped Around Montrose Beach right there. Into the lake was able to smart dog dog's name Is Bessie so best he didn't try to swim back to shore. She didn't swim the other way. She just found an ice floe. And managed to jump on that ice floe, which ultimately probably saved her life. The other thing is the people who had this dog didn't jump in after the dog that would have been a disaster as well. You know, dogs do get hypothermia people due to, of course, so those folks called the Chicago Fire Department. Quick is a lick. They were great, Grandpa said. Quicker Solich. Where did that come from? The fire department was there as they always are, And they found their way to the pup who was on the floating ice and they were able to save the dog's life in all likelihood.

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11-year-old Houston boy dies of suspected hypothermia during power outage

Bryan Suits

00:15 sec | 10 months ago

11-year-old Houston boy dies of suspected hypothermia during power outage

"Cher's warm up in Texas authorities are finding more bodies of people who froze to death during the frigid frigid temperatures and power outages. More than a dozen people who've died in their homes at no power, including an 11 year old boy who died in his bed near

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Houston's Harris County has reported at least 10 hypothermia deaths due to extreme winter weather

Mark Levin

00:15 sec | 10 months ago

Houston's Harris County has reported at least 10 hypothermia deaths due to extreme winter weather

"Now starting to get a better sense of the death toll after this week, more than 20 deaths have been reported due to the winter storms and Harris County. Specifically, Judge Lena Hidalgo has confirmed 10 hypothermia deaths and more than 200 cases of carbon monoxide poisoning this week.

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Dallas First Responders Report Significant Increase In Calls For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Hypothermia

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Dallas First Responders Report Significant Increase In Calls For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Hypothermia

"Meanwhile, first responders remain extremely busy amid the taxes freeze the Tarrant County ambulance servicemen Starr reports Cruise dealt with 573 responses Tuesday, including 77 calls from hypothermia and nine for suspected carbon monoxide poisoning. North Texas fire officials are warning Texans about the dangers of carbon monoxide. They're asking that people only use generators and ventilated areas and don't use gas stove tops to heat your homes. Carbon oxide is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas and expose your symptoms include similar to the flu. They're saying that if you experience these symptoms, get fresh air immediately and call

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Homeless man found dead after refusing to go to warming center in Houston area

Houston's Morning News

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Homeless man found dead after refusing to go to warming center in Houston area

"County deputy sheriffs investigating what may be the first weather related death in the county. Ah, 60 year old homeless man was found at an overpass at I 10 s it Sheldon Road. Members of the Homeless outreach team offered to take that man to a warming center, but he had declined. Apparently he did die of whether either hypothermia froze to death

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"hypothermia" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:27 min | 10 months ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Talk about a little too much. Hey, Dimitrius. What we What are we looking at here? As we turn our attention to the cold this weekend, any adjustments and what he's seeing. Uh, you know the there no adjustments, but I mean what we're seeing now we're going to see really, for the next week, maybe even 10 days We're gonna look at temperatures what you're going to be way below normal. Today's high temperatures so far running up to about 14 or 15 degrees. So today's our coldest day in Almost a year since Valentine's Day 2020 tomorrow is going to be that even colder and Sunday, even colder. So, um, we're looking at highs in the single digits or Sunday. We warm up a little bit. I'm calling in the warm up, but highs in the team began for Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday. We're probably back down into the single digits, so there isn't much relief folks need to prepare for this to be a long stretch. How long do you think the stretch will be? I know you can't forecast too far out. And, um, but but your sword is there any hope when you sort of look long range it all were when it might sort of start to warm up again. Maybe. You know, I'm not finding my hope until we get so after today. So you're talking there now last week of February? What? Where There's going to be the potential for us to warm up some, but I think we're gonna be certainly colder than normal. Through next week and probably through next weekend. Also, so again, it's going to be a pretty long stretch, and I think you know we'll sort of adjust to it. After a few days of it being so cold But it is going to be one of those things that will be dangerous for folks over the next week and a half. No doubt about I'm looking at your WGN TV forecast here on your page here when you break everything down real temperature Saturday. And Sunday. Negative nine is a low on Saturday. Negative six on Sunday. That's real temperature, even without the windshield course those windshields are what a really seemed kind of, you know, serious, right? Yeah, they're gonna be going. They're gonna be running between 25 below and 15 below. So when you're talking about numbers like that frostbite hypothermia Is certain to occur if you're outside with exposed skin for a very short amount of time. You know, it's one of those things where you would say for most people, they're not. They're just not gonna be outside and it will have to be outside in it. Um, For those who don't have a choice. Those are the ones that we're worried about. Because.

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Winter storm moves north, dumping snow along its way

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Winter storm moves north, dumping snow along its way

"I'm Julie Walker parts of the northeast are digging out from up to a foot or more of snow while other parts of the region like northern New England are bracing for even more out of shoveling and plowing could be heard up and down the east coast the National Weather Service says more than thirteen inches of snow dropped in Manhattan's Central Park as much as sixteen inches was reported in northern New Jersey the storm shut down public transportation canceled flights enclosed corona virus vaccination sites it caused power outages car accidents and some deaths in Pennsylvania thirty say a woman with Alzheimer's wandered from home and died of hypothermia and in argument over snow removal killed a married couple the suspect was found dead of a wound believed to have been self inflicted I'm Julie Walker

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Mayor Bowser Declares Snow Emergency Beginning at 9 am on Sunday, through Tuesday

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Mayor Bowser Declares Snow Emergency Beginning at 9 am on Sunday, through Tuesday

"Snow, snow and more snow. The mayor of D C has declared a snow emergency beginning nine this morning through Tuesday morning. The order will allow plow drivers to clear snow emergency routes curb to curb the city Snow team is prioritizing first responder locations, Hypothermia Centers Cove in 19 testing sites and D C schools. While the order is in effect, drivers can't park on snow emergency routes. Vehicles parked on these routes may be ticketed and

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Washington, DC's Bowser declares 'Snow Emergency' for the District

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 11 months ago

Washington, DC's Bowser declares 'Snow Emergency' for the District

"Beginning at 9 A.m. on Sunday today through Tuesday morning. It's no emergency will allow plow drivers to clear snow emergency routes. Curb to curb thesis. No team is Paride prioritizing first responder locations, hypothermia centers, homeless shelters, covert 19 testing sites and D C public schools. While the snow emergency is in effect. Drivers can't park on snow emergency routes. Vehicles parked on these routes may be ticketed and towed for a full list of the snow

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Spanish-flagged boat rescues 265 migrants in Mediterranean

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Spanish-flagged boat rescues 265 migrants in Mediterranean

"Spanish flag humanitarian ship is bringing 265 migrants to safety after rescuing them from the Mediterranean Sea. The open arms charity vessel brought 96 migrants aboard yesterday They've been adrift in a wooden boat without life vests in international waters. Most of the passengers were from the African country of a reach real, many of them suffering from hypothermia, and in another operation, the ship took aboard 169 migrants who were departed. From Libyan shores, where many human traffickers are based.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on Medicine, We're Still Practicing

"Rest of their life with their children and for us to be making decision because of our believe I don't think it's necessarily the best approach. I think the best approach is to try to do the best. We can to try to educate families about the things that we now to make them arrival of the things that we don't know for them to make the decision about possibly of terminating pregnancy are not. Let's talk a little bit about pregnant moms and some of the things that you've found more recently that might affect the outcome the likelihood of a healthy baby and I realized that this is not directly your specialty. But I, know that you've seen the ramifications of the wrong moves in there's so many wives tales everybody knows that pregnant mothers should not be excessively drinking or drinking at all too much coffee. No drugs that that goes without saying. But what about exercise do you believe in a certain amount of rest necessary? What are some advice? We can give to the moms that are listening. I would certainly tell them to listen to the situations but acting sense that minimizing stress and you know there are stressed that are probably not good for pregnant mother and optimizing healthy lifestyle. So I do believe that exercise the meditation or wellness is is very important for the mom and her baby I think said that I think we're in a country that plays a lot of emphasis on working in how to support the economy of abiding family and I think that when you see other countries where. They are emphasis in trying to get also some some rest for for the pregnant mother in minimize the stress of the fetus adding debt it makes sense. So I do think that we should look at optimizing better lifestyle for most women. In this country, they are large gap in healthcare in the opportunity to have access to care in. Obviously we we are. Probably the country has the best resources to get the best healthcare aren't for some but not to all, I think that unfortunately we could do better. Do you think that autism is a neonatal issue when I was growing up in America every once in a while, we would see a child one of our classmates that obviously was on the spectrum it was maybe one per. And now it seems. So pervasive is this a developmental issue? What do you have any thoughts of theories about where this is coming from? Is it so prevalent and is it in your realm or is it more even before your realm? The genetic side of times? Yeah. I. The spectrum of causation for autism I believe there's a genetic basis for for many. Delete that there is also environmental overlay probably even starting in Utero, we know, for example, that pollution mufflers are exposed to. You know impact the brain of babies actually USC's doing a fascinating study looking at pregnant women and where they are living and traveling to, and so there is no question that may be able to diagnose classify autism maybe differently than the past but I do think that our environment in our society as also exposed more children's the effect of mopping different brain disorder including on them so very. Clearly. Your perspective do vaccinations have anything to do with the conversation of autism? No absolutely not it's there was some way on this show to keep saying that like several times so that the general public would hear it and process it. That would be wonderful but I appreciate your your very clear and succinct answer. So doctor if you could pick one advancement, that C. H. La has made in your specialty over the last decade, is there something that you're just particularly proud of that? You can tell us about? Their Hugh in my field I think that the. To care for babies dairy fragile longs as has been very rewarding. We often care for babies that are referred to as because their lungs are very injured from the disease in our ability to experts at managing those special ventilators has been tremendous is actually kind of a ventilator that is so subtle and careful that it can handle the fragility of a newborn lung. Obviously the machine, but it's much more than that. It's really approached the rationale to use a specific modality. We have very specific greeting machine debts can deliver the very small volumes to protect belongs at a very fast rates in. So the good news is that the long as a tremendous ability to heal, we are born on me with a a fraction of a boar, the ourselves, and if we can protect them from further injury, we know that the long will grow back so to speak, and so there there are many children's who are knowing dard situation as newborn and with those special techniques we can now really allow. Them to have normal lives and that has been you know suddenly tremendous feeling of success. It's a truly amazing statement about our society in Nice in these days that we're living in the you can have a bright side like this I know that I have spent a good part of my life enamored with my friend. Dr Steve Because of the dedication that he brings to his science and his art Dr. Free. I am absolutely honored to have spent the last hour. So with you inspired and I think that what you do in your hospital is really a bright side for us. Thank you very much for joining us. You'd. I echo that sentiment as well. Thank. You for being here. It's truly a pleasure and enlighten. It was my pleasure things much. Well that's it for us today. Thank you Dr. Felipe Freed Lick and Dr Steven. Tailback doctor, how can people follow you? IF THEY WANNA keep track of your activities and breakthroughs I would say. He has a great website and anyone that wants him support or caused to deliver better care and their outcomes. I would just think each them to support the..

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"hypothermia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Any signs of hypothermia and he was only a little bit dehydrated he was a strong swimmer certainly but but he also say by his own biology he was I like the story very much because it is this this distillation of what makes swimming so special for humans we have to learn how to swim we're not born knowing how to do it instinctively and yet there are sort of traces of that evolutionary past still within us that our evolutionary past that came from the sea and so with good looking for the person who turns out that his body fat was two to three times normal human thickness and more solid and so he resembled a marine mammal more than a terrestrial mammal and that saved him did you grow up feeling to pull into the city even if it was only Jones beach in New York I did I mean my family origin stories of my parents met in a swimming pool in Hong Kong yeah we grew up a swimming family and so we grew up at Jones beach in the pool lifeguards swim team I just always remember feeling more comfortable and happy in the water actually than on land I mean there's just a sense of magic that you get from being in the water and poignancy that you just don't have on land yeah you you in this book talk to swimmers all over the world right nearby is you you swim in San Francisco bay without a wetsuit and there are people including I gather you who believe that's actually good for you in all ways it can be I mean I have also talked to scientists and researchers who say you know if you have cardiovascular risk don't go into yeah sudden shock cold water is a good start you know that aside upping her decide that we are decided there are benefits to cold water immersion and there's been quite a bit of research in recent years where you know your dopamine levels go up in your over time that your cardiovascular system is strengthened and you know there there are people there things that we knew from cross cultures and crime round the world that there was a water Q. or there was you know jumping in cold water it was good for you and then jumping into hot water and then jumping into cold water and so we didn't know why exactly in the sciences kind of starting to catch up what is this brown fat you talk about in this book well this is really interesting I did not know about brown fat until I started swimming with a dolphin club swimmers in San Francisco Bay and so I went to UCSF to talk to the foremost researchers in brown fat and it turns out that mammals are born with two kinds of fat white fat which we all know about is the energy stores of our bodies and brown fat which actually burns introduces heat energy we kind of start to lose it as we get older but there are ways to do what's called the Browning of white fat which is to kind of turn it into energy burning tissue that fat is called beige fat and so what kind of encourages the development of beige fat is cold water exposure and exercise among other things but those have been proven to be causing this change in our bodies I wonder if you have any words for people who aren't able to swim these days you know the water is a draw for us no matter what and so even if you can't get in the water if you can walk near it can look at it can see it can you know have some what what walls Nichols calls domestic waters in your house and you know talk about the shower just look at imagery watch a surf movie I mean those things make a difference for our souls and our the way our bodies and brains work like we respond to those set points in the environment and even if we can't get it in the waters right now you know the ocean will be waiting for us the polls we waiting for us on the other side of this funny story her book why we swim she in the.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hypothermia and released Johnston has not been able to track down for you know nobody's optimistic the fourteen year old bird successfully hunted the duck and she's just feeding on it unseasonable weather gives us a chance to do unseasonable things but is WBZ's Chris fama tells us there's one activity folks in the hot do here long as long as the conditions are just right you may have heard we're headed towards the mid sixties this weekend well you're not alone all non pro shop this is Nancy yes we are promised a glimpse into spring the next few days the phone has been ringing off the hook at the non golf club where this saying is play golf is it lies which Nancy hands than in others two year round a specially when the weather gives us a break people want to get out as much as they possibly can because this is New England ma'am we can have a snow storm is gonna dump to feed on us next weekend what were already had some snow this winter Peter green how the conditions manse excellent condition you know mother nature has been kind to us book your tee times now in the hunt Chris Palmer WBZ Boston's news radio is five oh eight to ten time now for a bluebird business minute Wall Street tried but failed to shake off a disappointing December jobs report that Jones industrial average dropped one hundred thirty three the S. and P. five hundred lost nine the nasdaq composite fell twenty five Boeing weighed on the Dow for falling nearly two percent it faces a new obstacle as it works to rebuild trust that it's seven thirty seven Max newly released internal messages painted on flattering picture one company pilots said the plane was designed by clowns fans are warming up to Disney Star Wars lands after a slow start its rise of the resistance right in Orlando is operating at capacity Disney will use a virtual killing system like the one in Florida when the rides California version opens next week Google parrot alphabets says its top lawyer David Drummond is leaving at the end of the month amid accusations of having inappropriate relationships with employees a regulatory filing by alphabet gave no reason for his departure I'm Larry Kaski Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio there is five oh nine fifty degrees mostly cloudy and what is going on with the royal family that story coming up after sports when I say no you probably think of the stuff that falls out of the sky read more we see it differently and create more snow is a form of art we crafted the safest room if we make it all winter long he never ever stop looking for ways to make snow conditions better you'll see it on our slow then in our learning areas and you'll see a flying out of our energy efficient snow pants snow is what we do so comfy Cranmore and experience winter our way get up to date conditions in calendar pricing if Cranmore dot com change the way you see your kitchen for over twenty five years millennium marble and granite has been proudly serving New England as a supplier and installer of natural stone countertops they've got an unbeatable selection of granite marble and engineered course which is stain and scratch resistant and never need ceiling millennia marble and granite has the top Stephen countertops with impeccable customer service always delivering on their promise to provide you with an amazing results make the call they're ready to install find a way for four zero sixty four fifty five it's five oh eight four four zero sixty.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Unfortunately it's could be one of the deadliest times of the year and and I know I hate to be you know as you know and all that rain cloud and rain on your parade I I I I understand this is a time was was a fun but every year I work with the new stations talking about hypothermia because it's the coldest one of the coolest days of the year and we just I and what is stupid well stupid as me get all dressed up right in a little dress with heels and nothing warm and I'm not wearing a jacket because I want everyone to see the dress so I'm going to be under dressed out in the cold that's the then you're going to drink when you drink that could put you warmers for hypothermia or your body is too cold and then you also are thinking clearly and some of us might be sleep deprived especially those of us that you know again just full when in sleep last night are going to basically go all the way through until midnight one and a lot of us will not eat because we are going to want to get the buzz earlier and if we have food in our stomach we don't seem to feel drunk as much what we've all done this that still but these are things that are stupid so I don't want to just open all right so what is before me our body temperature is ninety point six really warm have you guys ever like you know you're in a pool and then you have to go in peace and when you go to the bathroom you start to shiver but the he is so warm I know my gosh I could just save in this P. it is so warm while I'm getting your body temperature is pretty hot okay ninety point six yeah I used to be hotter house cold that's all the start hi mia is when your body drops the ninety five degrees so some really cool man ninety five that's still a hot summers day ninety five human bodies too low and so we kind of we'll call it that as I pull for me and so what sort of symptoms would you laugh well you could be shivering you'll be cold your lips bloom you could be looking kind of pale and clammy but a lot of times when you are April third make sure not to teens maybe a little disoriented.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Pretty cool stuff unfortunately it's could be one of the deadliest times of the year and and I know I hate to be you know as you know and all that rain cloud and rain on your parade I I I I understand this is a time was was a fun but every year I work with the new stations talking about hypothermia because it's the coldest one local stays in the air and we just I and what is stupid well stupid as me get all dressed up right in a little dress with heels and nothing warm and I'm not wearing a jacket because I want everyone to see the dress so I'm going to be under dressed out of the cold that's the then you're going to drink when you drink that could put you warmers for hypothermia or your body is too cold and then you also are thinking clearly and some of us might be sleep deprived especially those of us that you know again just full when in sleep last night are going to basically go all the way through until midnight one and a lot of us will not eat because we are going to want to get the buzz earlier and if we have food in our stomach we don't seem to feel drunk as much what we've all done this that still but these are things that are stupid so I don't want to just open all right so what is before me so our body temperature is ninety eight point six really warm have you guys ever like you know you're in a pool and then you have to go in peace and when you go to the bathroom you start to shiver but the he is so warm I know my gosh I could just save in this P. it is so warm while I'm getting your body temperature is pretty hot okay ninety point six I used to be hotter house called that's all the start hi Sir mia is when your body drops the ninety five degrees some really cool man ninety five that's the long hot summers day ninety five human bodies too low and so we kind of we'll call it that as I pull for me and so what sort of symptoms would you laugh well you could be savoring you'll be cold your lips bloom you could be looking kind of pale and clammy but a lot of times when you are April third make sure not to teens maybe a little disoriented.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Unfortunately it's could be one of the deadliest times of the year and and I know I hate to be you know as you know and all that rain cloud and rain on your parade I I I I understand this is a time was was a fun but every year I work with the new stations talking about hypothermia because it's the coldest one locals days of the year and we do it right and what is stupid well stupid as me get all dressed up right in a little dress with heels and nothing warm and I'm not wearing a jacket because I want everyone to see the dress so I'm going to be under dressed out of the cold that's the then you're going to drink when you drink that could put you warmers for hypothermia or your body is too cold and then you also are thinking clearly and some of us might be sleep deprived especially those of us that you know again just full when in sleep last night are going to basically go all the way through until midnight one and a lot of us will not eat because we are going to want to get the buzz earlier than if we have food in our stomach we don't seem to feel drunk as much what we've all done this that still but these are things that are stupid so I don't want to just open all right so what is before me our body temperature is ninety eight point six really warm have you guys ever like you know you're in a pool and then you have to go in peace and when you go to the bathroom you start to shiver but the he is so warm I know my gosh I could just wave in this P. it is so warm well again in your body temperature is pretty hot okay ninety point six I used to be hotter house cold that's all the start hi all for mia is when your body drops the ninety five degrees so some really cool man ninety five that's the long hot summers day ninety five human bodies too low and so we kind of we'll call it then as I pull for me and so what sort of symptoms would you laugh well you could be savoring you'll be cold it looks to be a little bloom you could be looking kind of pale and clammy but a lot of times when you are April third make sure not to teens.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A snow storm and hypothermia sat in his house husband right hand describing his horror what was happening to his wife when she was there because I was trying to feel for a pulse trying to feel for my fingers were also and so I wasn't sure if it was my fingers but I couldn't feel a breath I can feel on a beach or anything by the time rescuers arrived Ortiz body was Hoff the normal temperature so what doctors did was pumped out her blood infuse it with oxygen and pump it back into her body then used to defend related to shock her heart back into action when a body temperature had risen again apparently it was the coldness of a body which protected have brain advised organs from damage and the Sherman herself is hoping to return to work next week after a miraculous recovery I think the first couple of days it it didn't really sink in I was I I didn't really know what was going on my first day on to that I woke up in intensive care but since then I've been trying to read mall obviously learning more about hypothermia and I it feels really incredible that that I survived it and just really lucky to be yeah and to kind of be able to get on with my life yeah I'm just happy yeah he would be when you huddle stuff at of success longest cardiac arrest ever recorded in Spain this is a real miracle is an edge lucky Audrey and he was quite emotional they obviously indeed yeah that's about it for this edition of Newsday on the BBC world service can.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The sun goes gets is his son his grants the father's grandson's comes back in the street Screamin for the grandpa fortune auto. and they're not hearing anything they don't see anything there's no cracks so the search for a few hours to give up the call in search and rescue and bring into the main word service. well defined nothing the following day and they searched all day they brought in canines they would find in any sense. the following day on Monday the searchers flying fortune all those bloody face up in a shallow reservoir twenty feet from shore she's he was not wearing his coat or boots this is in mid November. she had of climbed over a small mountain through boulder strewn area even get to that location. a ranger stated that he had to have walked at least two miles. the corner stated that he died of hypothermia and a heart attack. well he walked in the direct opposite direction of worse son walked him into this was in the middle in November it was cold. and in my house book missing for one one a sobering coincidence I explained in detail the death of people men and women and how their body reacts in water. in a man's body ninety nine point nine percent of the time if you die in water you'll die face down fortune on a with face us say some looking up toward the sky very very strange. he wasn't mobile and his son is not a problem with this as did the warden service about how he went to that area how we.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on WSB-AM

"If you want to do it right now in Serie, we talked about that earlier. I know folks just jump into show. Sometimes insulin goes into the sales acts like a key opens up the cell and allow sugar to get in. And if you eat too much sugar you produce too much insulin. And so the cells become insulin resistant. They don't want to open up anymore. They can't take any more sugar, and that's called type two diabetes leaped in I want to cover that real quick. Because another question people always ask Dr John Lewis hungry. I wanna lose weight your stomach produces a hormone called leptin leptin goes up into the hypothalamus into brain. And tells you that you full when you eat too much you body produces too much leptin. And this the brain hypothermia becomes leptin resistant same thing, like, insulin resistant. So that's why I used to be fat. I can say f word, and I would just eat neat. Neat. Neat. And I was full, and I was fat, and I was bloated. I felt miserable. And I kept eating and the reason was I believe I was left in resistant, and so once I cut back on my food intake, my brain kind of rebooted itself, and I wasn't leptin resistant anymore. So if you have that problem, you just can't stop eating chances. Are you have left in resistance and many times if the stomach is up against the diaphragm, and I know this because it happens to me every now, and then I'm eating full it hurts, and I wanna keep eating my stomach isn't getting a message to the brain hypothalamus to tell me that I'm full I grab one of my doctors. I tell him to pull my stomach away from the diaphragm, and it's amazing almost instantly. I feel full and I'm back to normal again. So getting that stomach adjusted is really important getting the spine is the most important thing for neck pain back pain, car accident injuries. That's the most important thing. The second most important thing is fixing the stomach and right up there with that is the nutrition. So if we can get those things done the nervous system digestive system and your diet, which can talk about at the top of the hour. You'll be amazed. What happens let's take another call eight four four four four. Dr Joe boy, we've got a lot of callers today Alvin thanks for holding. How can we make your day better? Hey, doc. How're you doing doing wealth? Question. That's a size if the train meal and you do. Minutes Wales to open up the sales. Shoot shoot the situation. Absolutely. Yes. If you're gonna eat exercise definitely good because it makes the sales open up and use the sugar. But here's the thing. Don't eat any sugar after exercise because it will slow down your human, growth hormone. So if you eat anything sugary eat it before exercise, but you had to wait at least three hours after exercise because if you'd anything sugary, you kind of wasting your body's ability to produce human, growth hormone, okay, okay? A day doing Gail trim meal. All. Well, the basis if you can do twenty minutes a day, that's fine. You don't have to do more than that. You can do more. If you want to but twenty minutes a day should be fine..

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"hypothermia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Impractical inefficient. That's because it's responsive performance is matched with excellent gas mileage and a roomy interior with Honda sensing a suite of safety and driver assisted features. When I need to switch lanes. I can switch very calmly without having to worry about hitting anyone tell your Honda NB goodbye with the twenty nineteen Honda Civic LX from your central Texas Honda dealers, central Texas, hondadealers dot com. Security. These people are found a hundred yards from the car naked and the corner initially couldn't find a cause of death. And then set it was hypothermia. Now in the wild stretches of anyone's imagination. Hypothermia is not going to sit in a hundred yards. And if you're cold you go back in the car, and you get in your cell phone and you call for help. That's right. Exactly you walk hundred yards to the road. Then you wait for a car to come by. Both of them die of hypothermia, supposedly. And the mother is naked. Now, one would assume if you want to think logically that some passer-by came by and kilter and kill the little kid. You would think, but that doesn't make sense either. Does it? I don't I don't think it holds water at all Georgian. I give you know. I I give the medical examiner's a difficult time because they don't want to dig hard. And really did a outstanding job. They should be doing. Did. They do, you know, David find the cellphone did she have a cell phone. She didn't have one. She didn't have one. But I have a cell phone in now nowadays, it's strange, but I talked about this case because there's a couple of points here that are important. And one of them is is that nobody develops hypothermia at one hundred yards walking life from a car number one number nobody's strips or clothing on a cold night. You know, number three the important point here is that the sheriff came out walk to the car, and he never saw the clothing or the bodies. So were they there when he was there? Two hours three hours earlier. This is strange. Very very very disturbing case. That's bothered me for a long time. And. I wish I understood how more about the facts behind it. But I think I've got them all and it it just just doesn't jive. You have to just wonder what the father what her husband if she was married when she married she was married and very happily married and the husband was just as you destroyed just unbe, you just this is something you don't get over. Never doesn't go away the suffering the pain. It's just just to imagine. What might have happened to them? So no visible injuries to either victim corner. Originally stated no cause of death later changed it to hypothermia hundred yards from the roadway hundred yards from the car, David. Let's talk about some water related deaths and disappearances.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on KOMO

"The Fed's speaks the markets, listen to this time they liked what he had to say. The down surge. Four hundred thirty five points above twenty five thousand the NASDAQ rose one hundred fifty five and the s&p closed up forty one a strong ADP report to start the year that payroll processor, says private employers added two hundred thirteen thousand jobs in January. The government's employment report will come out on Friday, Tyson Foods is recalling five pound bags of chicken nuggets. After customer said they found pieces of soft blue rubber inside them. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Frostbite hypothermia are major threats in sub freezing weather like the wind. Chills of minus fifty and below being recorded in Minnesota and Chicago during this polar vortex, you can get frostbite in as little as five or ten minutes and medical experts say that includes your is not just fingers toes. Nose early signs include Redskin pain. Followed by skin, turning numb white and waxy. It can result in permanent damage, and amputation hypothermia is a big threat to signs include confusion, exhaustion, slurred speech and drowziness hypothermia can develop in thirty minutes or less and can be deadly. If not treated one way to stay safe. Don't go outside in this kind of weather, but if you have to dress warmly and layers and cover up any exposed skin ski masks and goggles are great in weather.

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"hypothermia" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:38 min | 3 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Talk. with all this other information, all these other crimes committed all of it ignored one candidates favored over another. You know, then you you understand that oh they had an insurance policy and immediately strategy and an exoneration. I don't think I'd get away with what Hillary did with subpoenaed. Emails the leading in bleach bitten pampers. And I think most people are watching these raids, and they're go what is going on in our Justice system because we don't have equal Justice under the law and application of our laws. Don't we lose the country? Then. Sean. And I think we lose it on on two aspects that I think people haven't focused enough on which I I applaud you for for what you just said now because. Two things that our country relies on our for security and prosperity the rule of law and the ability to protect our national security, which means we have to trust that the Justice Justice system is a fair game that that it's equal Justice for everybody. And now on the intelligence side where you have to do the things in a classified secret manner. Ordinarily, you know, Washington himself said that most things that are successful in the realm of security or done in secret. They're not done. That means we have to trust these guys with these towers. We can't trust them. Then what what's going to happen is congress and the courts are going to cut back on things like Pfizer, and it's going to happen personal security measures. Andy, we're not going to be able to protect the country. Why they why do we constantly on? I know we disagree on this. Why can can prosecutors offer get out of jail free card if you sing or compose? That's something of value. That sounds like bribery to me. Yeah. Well, Sean if you got rid of that you'd get rid of plea bargaining. There would be no plea bargaining, which means the system which is down. And you're not supposed to be able to give somebody a deal to compose actually, you know, to give them a deal to sing. Well, they have a great and being able to have a great incentive if they're going to spend forty years in jail. Don't they? Yeah. But that doesn't mean they can't tell the truth. Right. But what I always told. The jury went in that situation was don't believe him unless we corroborate it. And there are a lot of people who think that they can sing to the government, and they try to make stuff up and they ended up getting prosecuted for it. Haven't Andy McCarthy? Great prosecutors zone right pops news contributor and columnist for national review online. Thank you, sir. When we come back, whether you back, I cannot believe all the states, the new passion 'cause of the radical left is abortion up to the ninth month, even during the beginning of the process of birth next. Stay connected with one zero six one FM talking. Iheart radio station. I Mike cambric officials on Fort Bragg investigated a bomb threat made the Devers elementary school. This morning seems a student told officials that he had an IUD his backpack. The backpack was secured law enforcement completed the investigation faculty and students returned to class before eleven thirty this morning, at least one North Carolina. Student is accused of stealing parts of the Reynolds Coliseum stadium floor. Police say last month several massacre hooded men stole portions of the historic wooden flooring. Police have arrested four people there facing felony charges. They've identified a fifth suspect as well. Frostbite hypothermia are major threats in freezing weather like the wind. Chills of minus fifty and below in Chicago and Minnesota Sara Lee Kessler has details. You can get frostbite in as little as five or ten minutes and medical experts say that includes your is not just fingers toes. Nose early signs include Redskin pain, followed by skin, turning numb white and waxy. It can lead to. Amputation hypothermia is a big threat to signs include confusion, exhaustion, slurred speech and drowziness it can develop in thirty minutes or less and can be deadly. If not treated, Sara Lee Kessler reporting. It's so cold in the city on the western side of Michigan that police are telling criminals to take the day off. Police Z has details Grand Rapids. Michigan. Police made the announcement on Twitter this morning, telling all criminals, conspiring criminals or board individuals that crime is cancelled today. The department suggested instead taking a nap binge watching Netflix, helping neighbors shovel their snow closing arguments were heard this morning in the El Chapo, drug trafficking trial in Brooklyn. Stephanie gos- says the ten week trial was full of surprises. Stand drug runners, assassins, cocaine kingpins, a mistress and even his personal accounted. Many of whom the defense argued could not be trusted. They connected. Follow us on social media. Go to one of six one FM dot com to connect..

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"hypothermia" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"hypothermia" Discussed on WJR 760

"Zero with a special attention to six o'clock tonight to eleven o'clock tomorrow morning, which is why over three hundred sixty schools have closed unless you have do. You have a new number, dick. Nope. No last check it was three hundred sixty two. But that that seems fluid three seventy four and now says, and and really that number is in fluid. It's frozen three hundred seven thank you three hundred seventy four so far nowhere near what we had closed yesterday. But it will. Get near there because people are going to understand you can't send kids out into this kind of temperature and a lot of kids walk to school, and it'll be too dangerously cold to do that. In fact, dick, you had said earlier some of these schools have actually closed until through Thursday, a whole bunch of them. I said yesterday it's gonna be a hard week to get kids to school. But I didn't a lot of them are going to go to school today, but probably will not tomorrow. So keep there there is a warm up coming, but it is on the weekend. So doesn't do the school people? Any good does not do the school people real warm up to? All of this snow. Yeah. Yeah. Well, then the great flood of twenty nine. There's an organization. I'm not familiar with them synergy homecare, and they reminded us to keep an eye out for the elderly whether their loved one a neighbor or a stranger checking in on seniors to make sure their homes have heat. The fridges Stockton prescriptions are filled nearly half of all hypothermia deaths happen to people over the age of sixty five in many of these deaths can actually occur in their own homes. Because seniors don't always feel the dip into grease due to either dementia or medication that can affect awareness. So that's just a a nice little heads up on that.

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