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Fresh update on "infections" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "infections" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"It's 8 52 now researchers may be uncovering why the new COVID variant is spreading so quickly Scientists in South Africa say the omicron variant is at least three times more likely to cause reinfection than previous variants such as beta and delta A statistical analysis is some 2.8 million positive coronavirus samples in South Africa shows nearly 36,000 cases are suspected to be reinfections That could mean there's limited immunity for those who've had a prior infection Acquired immunity from previous infection has been extremely helpful in countries with relatively low vaccination rates to manage the pandemic the South African research has not yet been peer reviewed Well who gets the tips over the holidays The.

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What Does Mike Gallagher's Antibody Test Results Mean?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | 23 hrs ago

What Does Mike Gallagher's Antibody Test Results Mean?

"Means. I asked my doctor and, of course, he's busy, I guess, so he couldn't give me an answer. And I know he's telling his nurse, mister instant gratification will have to wait. Tell a Gallagher he'll wait. So what open line, Tracy, we need somebody who can give me a analysis of what it means to have an antibodies test that says in red, 2.40 and an H and then next to that, it says reference range, 1.00. And it says a test result is that that is 1.00 or more positive means antibodies to SARS COVID COVID CoV-2 were detected in the blood. Sample by the test. This could mean that the individual, me, may have an immune response to a recent or prior infection with SARS COVID two. Or it may occur after receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.

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Fresh update on "infections" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:24 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "infections" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"The global news now with Lee and guarantee Tom good morning and thank you South Africa's preparing a mandatory vaccination policy which could be implemented early next year Union leaders and business groups are back in compulsory jabs as the omicron variant drives a new wave of infections hesitancy to be vaccinated remains high in the nation only 36% of the population has been jabbed despite.

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Alex Berenson Explains How He Was Banned From Twitter for Telling the Truth

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:41 min | 1 d ago

Alex Berenson Explains How He Was Banned From Twitter for Telling the Truth

"Alex, you strike me as somebody who's, you know, a bit old fashioned because you're a journalist that actually looks for the truth and the fact. Can you explain to me as such, why you don't have a Twitter account anymore? What happened? Sure. Well, you know, I want to say something right off the top. There's probably a lot of things that you and I disagree about. I think that is a fair bet. Right? You know, I think we probably disagree pretty strongly, for example, about January 6th. But the reason that I, you know, I basically am a conservative media person now in terms of who will have me on is because the left is so intolerant of discussion about the coronavirus about the value of non pharmaceutical interventions by which I mean lockdowns and masks and school closures and other stuff that we did last year that basically proved useless as a lot of data shows. And now it's gotten even worse with vaccines and this is why I am no longer on Twitter. You know, I was very, very critical of a lot of things last year, but when I started to ask questions about the vaccines that people didn't like, you know, that's ultimately what got me banned from Twitter. And the irony is a lot of the stuff that I said, you know, starting both both last spring, but especially over the summer about how the vaccine seemed to be losing any power to stop infection or transmission. I mean, those are essentially conventional wisdom right now, which is one reason why there was this desperate push for boosters. But you know I said it three months too early and I got banned for it. It's crazy

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Fresh update on "infections" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:42 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "infections" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"That's the verdict from the national audit office which said the bounce back loan program rolled out in May last year was designed to lend quickly with limited verification and no credit checks on borrowers The government estimates that up to 17 billion pounds of the 47 billion pounds lent out under the program may never be repaid The watchdog is now urging the government to produce a formal strategy for managing fraud by April In London I'm Hannah George Bloomberg daybreak Europe Goldman Sachs says prices are primed for gains that's even after effect plus is surprise decision to go ahead with plan production increases Goldman says the output hikes won't derail an ongoing structural bull market It sees very clear upside risks to its forecast for Brent oil to average $85 a barrel in 2023 That's some of the corporate news flow we are tracking this morning let us get a broader look at the global news headlines have been barons Anna good morning and thank you South Africa is preparing a mandatory vaccination policy which could be implemented early next year Union leaders and business groups are backing compulsory jabs as the armor con variant drives a new wave of infections Hesitancy to be vaccinated remains high in the nation only 36% of the population has been jabbed despite ample supply of vaccines Elsewhere in Europe and vaccinated people in Germany have been told they could be barred from non-essential shops bars and other businesses as soon as February outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel says it is time for jabs to become mandatory A general vaccination mandate should be decided by parliament We've asked the ethics commission to work on a recommendation and the general vaccination mandate could start in February 2022 More than 70,000 new infections were recorded in Germany yesterday Here in the UK the conservatives have hauled onto the parliamentary seat of old bexley and a Sid cup and southeast London Louis French comfortably won the by election although there was a 10% swing to labor who did come in second place He was asked about whether the conservatives reduced majority following a much lower turnout was down to Boris Johnson's handling of COVID Tory sleaze allegations and parties at Downing Street during lockdown The night hasn't come up at all Like I said most people have spoken to me.

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Omicron keeps world jittery as more information drips out

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Omicron keeps world jittery as more information drips out

"The the only only conquering conquering the the virus virus variant variant is is keeping keeping a a G. G. three three wheeled wheeled off off kilter kilter the the Japan Japan further further tightens tightens travel travel restrictions restrictions infections infections linked linked to to Omicron Omicron have have popped popped up up in in more more places places a a new new evidence evidence makes makes clear clear the the mutant mutant strain strain was was circulating circulating weeks weeks earlier earlier than than originally originally thought thought one one concern concern country country Japan Japan Aust Aust international international airlines airlines to to stop stop taking taking new new reservations reservations all all flights flights arriving arriving in in the the country country from from December December much much is is still still unknown unknown about about the the new new variant variant including including how how contagious contagious it it is is and and whether whether it it can can evade evade vaccines vaccines the the European European Union Union chief chief has has acknowledged acknowledged that that waiting waiting for for scientists scientists to to tell tell the the world world more more felt felt like like an an eternity eternity meanwhile meanwhile many many nations nations in in Europe Europe the the still still dealing dealing with with an an older older phone phone the the delta delta variant variant I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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The Omicron Non-Emergency

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 2 d ago

The Omicron Non-Emergency

"The non emergency, according to The Wall Street Journal. The World Health Organization obviously is saying that the new variant poses a high new risk. And that beyond the large mutations in its spike protein, that we don't know that if this has increased transmissibility or could make vaccine antibodies less effective. South African doctors say that the cases are milder and cause different symptoms noticeably fatigue. Many are young people who might be expected to have milder symptoms. But breakthrough infections have also been mild. I don't think it will blow over. But I think it will be a mild disease hopefully. Despite all of this, European countries are now entertaining another round of lockdowns. Because they worried that socialized healthcare systems could get overwhelmed. This is The Wall Street Journal I'm reading from. 92% of adults in America have COVID antibodies. 92%. As of September from vaccines or prior infection. That means only 8% of America hasn't yet been exposed to the virus. Governor Cathy hoka, who of course is trying to win another term, she hasn't even won one term. Let's just say, when a term as governor, she's the accidental governor, she's like Gerald Ford. She she thinks that you become governor of New York by sewing fear and having total shutdowns and lockdowns, somehow that is something that state of New York wants.

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Steve Deace: There Have Been Two Constants About COVID Since March 2020

The Dan Bongino Show

02:59 min | 2 d ago

Steve Deace: There Have Been Two Constants About COVID Since March 2020

"Very few people have covered coronavirus the political implications epidemiologic ones Better than you you've been a very sober mind on this And of course that's made you a target You've written a few great books on in Fauci and bargain and others You know is this something like Groundhog Day again with a crime here I mean how many times are we gonna go through this It's the same cycle Steve over and over again A new variant emerges by the way which happens with respiratory viruses often This is nothing unusual right We don't get the data We're not sure what the R nought is the fatality rate the case fatality rate the infection but we don't know what even The media goes crazy gets everybody losing their minds Draconian lockdowns ensue none of it works Everything kind of dies down but there you go boom another variant appears I mean why not summing that up accurately You are summing it up accurately And what's particular sinister about this one there's actually a report out in just the last hour that shows that this new variant was actually detected in Europe that they've actually traced it to Europe weeks ago And it was just not reported to the medical community or to the world until the medical community in South Africa flagged it that it was brought to them actually And they're the ones that flagged it And then they got repaid of course by being quarantined from the rest of the world what's really sinister about this is if you look at the timing of this you know it does seem to coincide right around the moment that South Africa said to the WHO and to Pfizer that they were not going to sign up for their recurring every 6 months three months 90 days We don't know yet We don't even know what fully vaccinated means now because we don't know how many times we have to keep boost during you It is kind of funny that shortly after they said we're not going to do that We're going to opt out of that Shortly thereafter lo and behold here is this new variant from South Africa and they need to be cordoned off and quarantined from the rest of the world Then there have been two constants Since this began on March 16th 2020 there have been two constants Number one whatever you're not allowed to talk about right now on Facebook or Twitter will be proven true in 3.9 months later That's number one Number two there can be no control groups Because control groups give us observational truth They bring us to objective realities okay And so that's why we don't have random controlled studies on masks That's why they don't want last year We had to ignore Sweden when they didn't lock down and everybody else did We went from being told for 20 years by left the blue check marks we got to be like Sweden to now they're like Sweden rectum barely knew I don't even know where to tell the sweetness It's like okay And then now it's the same thing on vaccine This is why everybody has to get even the naturally immune like me I had COVID back in May It was awful for about a day and a half It felt like there was a entire iron on my chest okay But now I have natural immunity No there can be no control group that shows that maybe our vaccines don't work or have waning efficacy or lo and behold might even be causing three antibody dependent enhancement the variants to become worse And so all of this has been about no control group and things that you are not permitted to say until certain times Those are things that are not about health and they're about power and control Those are authoritarian

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New info shows omicron spread wider earlier than thought

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 d ago

New info shows omicron spread wider earlier than thought

"New new findings findings about about of of the the only only chrome chrome variant variant makes makes it it clear clear the the emerging emerging threat threat slipped slipped into into countries countries will will be be full full the the defense defense is is well well up up another another lens lens health health institute institute has has found found on on the the crown crown in in samples samples dating dating from from November November nineteen nineteen to to twenty twenty three three W. W. H. H. O. O. has has said said South South Africa Africa first first reported reported the the variant variant to to the the UN UN health health agency agency on on November November twenty twenty full full and and German German authorities authorities say say they they have have an an ongoing ongoing infection infection in in Amman Amman who who had had need need to to be be the the bold bold north north had had contact contact with with anyone anyone who who walls walls the the latest latest news news makes makes it it increasingly increasingly clear clear the the travel travel bans bans would would struggle struggle to to stop stop the the spread spread of of the the variant variant but but that that hasn't hasn't stopped stopped the the nation's nation's from from rushing rushing to to impose impose travel travel restrictions restrictions moves moves criticized criticized by by South South Africa Africa on on the the WHO's WHO's which which is is noted noted that that limited limited effect effect I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor that's that's my my

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South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 d ago

South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'

"Meanwhile I'm looking at this This is from Reuters Not particularly reputable but nonetheless Reuters Johannesburg that would be South Africa A South African Doctor Who was one of the first to suspect a different coronavirus strain among patients said yesterday that the symptoms are different from the dominant delta variant and are very mild Very mild They're very mild Now designated Akron by the World Health Organization the variant was detected and announced by South Africa's National Institute of communicable diseases On November 25th from samples taken from a Labrador editorial from November 14th in November 16 The doctor said a patient on November 18 reported at her clinic being extremely fatigued for two days with body aches and a headache Symptoms at that stage were very much related to normal viral infection and because we haven't seen COVID-19 for the past 8 to ten weeks We decided to test she said adding that the patient and his family turned out to be positive The same day more patients came up with similar symptoms which was when she realized there was something else going on since then she sent two to three patients a day How many patients does Doctor Fauci see mister producer None I don't see any I'm too busy I'm mister science I defend science

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Alex Berenson on the Fear Porn Media Produces About Coronavirus

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Alex Berenson on the Fear Porn Media Produces About Coronavirus

"Sure So Alex I've watched your appearances on media often It seems like you were way ahead of the curve about this seemingly endless fear porn campaign I mean listen we have a decent understanding now of the epidemiology here how the virus spreads the R nought the lethality the case infection rate we have the data now And it seems like now with a crown and then before with Delta it just never seems to stop It's almost as if the media is enjoying this You know I hate to hit the resort of joy but there's sometimes does seem to be an element of that And so pandemic is coming out tomorrow is coming out Tuesday The 30th and in writing it one of the interesting things a couple of interesting things about it I was able to write up through September which is pretty unusual for a book My publisher writing really enabled me to get almost almost to the current day which means the book feels pretty current But what I was really struck by was looking at the last 18 to 20 now almost 24 months As you say it's like nothing seems to matter It's like Groundhog Day You know these predictions of doom come out they're used They were used last year to sort of force lockdown to take away people's civil liberties and encourage people to wear masks when there was almost no evidence that masks would do any good And then this year it's all been about vaccines And you know let's be clear that if you're older if you're a high risk group there are some evidence that the vaccines may help you at least temporarily be on that I wouldn't say there's much evidence they do much good at all and there's plenty of evidence sort of piling up about side effects And yet the media just feast on this and will never acknowledge a mistake they will never acknowledge that the same people they're telling us to listen to right now have been wrong about almost everything for the last year and a half And I hope that people get one thing out of the book It's like look at what you really step back and look at the sweep These people have been so wrong and there's been no consequence

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High alert: World scurries to contain new COVID variant

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

High alert: World scurries to contain new COVID variant

"The world is scurrying to contain the new coded variances new restrictions were being slapped on travel from countries in southern Africa the new variant now officially names Omicron has the potential to be more resistant to the protection offered by fax scenes however despite the shutdown of flights it has become evident that the variant is already spreading cases have been reported in trouble is in Belgium Israel and Hong Kong Omicron is the variance of concern because of its high number of mutations there's also evidence that it carries a higher degree of infection than the other variance that means people he contracted Kevin nineteen and recovered could be subject to catching it again it could take weeks to note current vaccines are less effective against it I'm Karen Thomas

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India's Serum Institute resumes vaccine exports to COVAX

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

India's Serum Institute resumes vaccine exports to COVAX

"The serum institute of India the world's largest vaccine maker whose resume exports of coronavirus shots to the U. N. backed Kovacs distribution program off the whole thing most overseas sales in March vaccine was also part of the C. room warehouse in Pune South India destined for a pull on project based on the company most of it being productions main supplier was an explosion of cases in India resulted in a cutoff of exports the suspension was a significant setback for global efforts to distribute vaccines equitably new infections in India have now fallen to the lowest levels in months on the first new exports under the Kovacs program are on their way I'm Charles collect as much

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World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 d ago

World takes action as new variant emerges in southern Africa

"Bilson has become the first European Union country to announce a case of the corona virus variant detected in South Africa well the seller since the age of all of us health minister Frank Vandenbroucke tells the media it's someone who came from abroad a person tested on November twenty two he was not vaccinated and had no prior infection Belgium has recently taken new measures in an attempt to keep a delta driven covert nineteen spike from spiraling out of control hoping that action now will save call Christmas next month south African scientists have identified a new version of the corona virus this week that they say is behind a recent spike in that cope with nineteen infections I'm Charles the last month

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South African scientists detect new virus variant amid spike

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

South African scientists detect new virus variant amid spike

"A warning out of South Africa they were observing L. what looked like a new value south Africa's health minister Joseph follow says the new corona virus variant is worrisome because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people and the country's most populous province you can be rest assured as people start to move even more over the next few weeks this will be all over Paulus says there has been an exponential rise in infections in South Africa in the past four or five days possibly being driven by the new variant they're working now to determine the percentage of the new cases that have been caused by it the variant is also been found in travelers from South Africa to Botswana and Hong Kong I'm timid wire

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EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated

"European Commission president Ursula von delay and has urged E. U. citizens to get vaccinated and he's promoting the use of booster shots as Europe is at the heart of the new coded nineteen infection way I'm delaying the says nations need to convince more people to get the shots given a quarter you adults are still not fully vaccinated vaccination against covered nineteen save thousands of lives in the European Union but a new wave is hitting us and we need to step up axing nation further the European Commission president also makes clear the importance of taking up the offer of a booster shot says give us an even higher level of protection than the original vaccination they will prevent many hospitalizations and death than the lane reminds citizens you should get the booster shot six months after the original vaccination I'm Charles the last month

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New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks

"Holiday travel this week came close to pre pandemic levels at the nation's airports but there are concerns that will lead to another spike in corona virus cases the TSA reports more than two million people a day pass through their airport checkpoints since this weekend close to the numbers for thanksgiving twenty nineteen the centers for disease control had urged unvaccinated people not to travel with fears they'll spread coded from state to state there's already a resurgence Johns Hopkins University is reporting new cases were up nearly thirty percent in the last two weeks with close to one hundred thousand new infections in the country every day hospitals in Michigan are at capacity the federal government is sending in military personnel Colorado and Arizona are also seeing spikes in Connecticut two thirds of the state is it a red alert level the governor is warning that cases are also searching in surrounding north eastern states I'm Jackie Quinn

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 Italy targets unvaccinated with restrictions as cases rise

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Italy targets unvaccinated with restrictions as cases rise

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Italy targets the unvaccinated with new restrictions as cases of covert nineteen arise with concerns growing about the upcoming holiday tourism season and a possible winner wave of infections the Italian government issued new restrictions Wednesday that will bar unvaccinated people from certain leisure activities starting December sixth only those with proof of vaccination or of having recovered from Kobe in nineteen we'll be able to eat at indoor restaurants or go to movies or sporting events oxidations will also be mandatory for law enforcement the military and all school employees among others Italy is where Europe's outbreak of cold with nineteen began in February twenty twenty though more than eighty four percent of Italy's over twelve population has been fully vaccinated cove it is on the rise the country's recording around ten thousand new cases a day hi

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WHO Europe warning on COVID deaths ahead

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

WHO Europe warning on COVID deaths ahead

"The world health organization's Europe office rooms of a possible surge included deaths ahead WHL Europe says projection show it's fifty three country region could face a double seven hundred thousand deaths due to the corona virus pandemic by next spring topping two million in total the group based in Copenhagen also points to growing evidence of a decline in protection against infection and mild disease through vaccines it says a booster dose should be given as a priority to the most vulnerable populations including people with weakened immune systems as well as all those aged over sixty and health workers I'm Charles de Ledesma

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German soldiers face vaccine mandate as COVID cases rise

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

German soldiers face vaccine mandate as COVID cases rise

"The German ministry is making a coronavirus Schultz compulsory for troops amid a growing debate on whether to introduce a general vaccine mandate to counter rising infections that the defense ministry has confirmed a report on a German ministry blog the officials and soldiers representatives agreed late on Monday to add the coronavirus shocked to the list of vaccines soldiers have to get the measure still needs to be formally added to military regulations the ministry has said in a statement also on Monday the state department urged Americans not to travel to Germany because of rising case numbers and to ensure that fully vaccinated if they do I'm Charles de Ledesma

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 Peter Aykroyd, Emmy nominated 'SNL' actor-writer, dead at 66

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Peter Aykroyd, Emmy nominated 'SNL' actor-writer, dead at 66

"An actor and writer on Saturday Night Live has died if you saw Saturday Night Live this past weekend you might have caught the brief tribute to Peter Ackroyd Peter Ackroyd joined SNL after his brother and John Belushi left the NBC show for other projects however he didn't work with his brother on everything from a TV show about the paranormal to movies like dragnet and Coneheads Dan Aykroyd officially announced Peter's passing in a brief statement to the Associated Press he cites the medical examiner in Spokane Washington is saying that his brother died from a septic infection stemming from an untreated abdominal hernia Peter Ackroyd was sixty six I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"infections" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"infections" Discussed on Short Wave

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"infections" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"infections" Discussed on Short Wave

"Everybody emily kwong here with npr. Science correspondent rob stein. Hey rob hey there emily. Hey so today. We're checking in on covert long haulers. These are folks with cova symptoms that last weeks or months or folks who are getting better but suddenly new symptoms emerge and rob. Nowadays doctors are starting to describe this condition as long cove. it right. that's right that's right. it's not a really well defined well understood condition but they can show and people with even mild symptoms. And i wanted to take a look into whether it's also a word for people who get covert after they get vaccinated the so called breakthrough infections. Yeah it's a good question. So people getting coded. Despite the vaccine is pretty rare. The symptoms are usually mild. But we're learning that sometimes even the mild cases can make you feel pretty bad for a few days right. Yeah so you know. Mild cases can make you feel pretty crummy. There's a big variation in what's considered a mild case. And you know one hundred seventy eight million people are now fully vaccinated in the us. As of september twelfth the centers for disease control prevention says more than fourteen thousand fully vaccinate. People have been hospitalized or died from breakthrough infections. But the agency. Doesn't keep a running tally of a symptomatic or mild breakthroughs nationally which have been increasing during the delta surge. But you know it's really important to emphasize that far fewer of these cases resulted hospitalizations or deaths. The vaccines are highly effective at doing the most important thing keeping people out of the hospital and developing lethal symptoms nonetheless researchers are concerned that even mild cases including cases that come after vaccination may result in lingering symptoms right. Lingering symptoms aka long

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"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

04:37 min | 2 months ago

"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Become fatal. So the sooner you get treatment or treated the better now. Another sign or symptom you can. Experience is diarrhea. And we're back to the core of the body with back to the importance of spleen and stomach and this is why so many episodes. I emphasize this important. Because after birth all chee in essence created to support existence is created in spleen stomach. Your middle chow so any deficiencies other spleen and stomach is going leave too much. In the way of problems. Ms case diarrhea is assigned to an acupuncturist spleen she'd efficiency. Because the transformation aspect of that particular function of the spleen has been affected. And if any of this at any point in time confuses you you can just go to the acupunctures. My life youtube channel and watch the functions of the various organs to give you a thorough understanding but again when spleen she becomes deficient. Transformation process has been affected. Appetite has been loss. And one of the one of the symptoms of spring t- deficiencies diary and in this case is a result of having been affected by a virus. Dehydration is another simple. It's not an immediate symptom issues why you acupuncturist and even physician will recommend to you. Drink plenty of war. If you've been affected by virus drink plenty of water because you want to keep your body hydrate. How much has yen been depleted as a result of having become dehydrated there's excessive amounts of interior heat. And these things that you're acupunctures will explain to you even acupunctures my life. These symptoms along with the others discussed in the past two episode a symptom so pay attention to from fatigue to convulsions to diarrhea and dehydration because viruses cause digestive issues and as a result individuals having been affected by virus tend to become the hydrated unless they followed the guidance of their acupuncturists with regard to how to remain hydrated and received the appropriate acupuncture treatment or recommended herbal formula. Because you should never forget that health is wealth. The wealth isn't into bank. It's not a safe. It's not your purse tonight in your pocket. It's not under the matches. It's not in a shoebox in the closet. It's not underdog house in the backyard. It's you continue and you must make acupuncture part of your life because acupunctures my life what's yours..

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"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to the final acupunctures my light episode of symptoms of viral infection. Now i'm going to go over. Just a few more of the basic symptoms that you should pay attention to and they can be as a result of having been all being a having been or being infected with a viral infection now. The next one is fatigue and many individuals mistake fatigue for just being tired now. Now there's a different you see when you're defensive chee to an acupuncturist when you defensive. Chee is fighting an exterior pathogenic factor. That is just a strong defensive. G put up a big fight and they'll be symptoms of chills fever and so forth and salt and sometimes it may go from the defensive level to the key level which is the next level the first level of dealing with a pathogen internally and sometimes eventually the body can eventually overcome and fight it off but at that stage. It's usually best of course to seen acupunctures because a simple herbal formula or treatments to nourish defensive chee is best recommended and during this process of your body's defensive chee trying to fight off a virus it it gets worn down you become fatigued. You begin to feel fatigued as a result and you feel as if just trying to do. The simplest tasks and life is painstaking. Like you just can't do it. It hurts so much and more times than not. If you've experienced viral infection you tend to have experienced so experience extreme fatigue and this this fatigue more times not is full body fatigue and as a result of this fight between defensive chee and the virus you begin to become chief efficient. And that's what's representing your fatigue because viruses usually affect you digestive system but an acupuncturist understand. It affects the spleen and stomach which is responsible for your post having cheadle postnatal because the spleen and stomach pull essences from the foods in which you've eaten in spreads it throughout the body but now was decreased appetite as i stated before she becomes deficient an individual can suffer from spleen chee deficiency because now the spleen is no longer doing its job and providing the body with the appropriate amounts of cheese in which it needs as well as nourish defensive she because defensive cheese derivation of of post-natal post having essence posting. Chee is all chee derived by the spleen and stomach represents the variations of chee throughout the body. So once you become spleen. She'd efficiency you lose appetite. And there's a sense of fatigue that also follows as as a result and then launch e begins to suffer but long cheese already suffering as a result of having been affected by an external pathogenic crack. So there can be long cheat efficiency. Spleen she'd efficiency they can be a myriad of different patterns that can develop but fatigue is definitely a symptom. which is why. I say over and over. See your local acupunctures contact acupunctures my life if you experience any of these symptoms another can be convulsion and this usually result because a viral infection became quite severe and a created a vast amount of disharmonies within the meridient to an acupuncturist. Starting with the lung. Because if now you longs can no longer create she and performance functions of descending in disposing chee. Maria issues can can develop but when it comes to convulsions. If you ever began to experience pay a visit to an acupuncturist and a physician right away because a high fever can.

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"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

05:32 min | 2 months ago

"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

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"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Which super important that you see a physician as well as inaccuracies is soon as possible to find out the cause of the symptoms. She had to keep in mind. Health as well dwelt isn't interbank. It's not safe. It's not you pocket. It's not new purse. it's not other matches. it's not in a shoebox. It's not under the doghouse in the backyard. The wealth is in you now. Another symptom of the viral infection can be joint pain. And i know many of you have had the flu and you understand what this feeling feels like. It's a common symptom. Okay.

"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

07:34 min | 3 months ago

"infections" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of acupuncture is my life now. Today's episode is going to be the first of a three part series super important overwhelming demand. I've been asked to discuss this for weeks. Now whereas individuals are literally contacting acupunctures. My life disappointed that we have yet to do what was requested by many podcast discussing symptoms of viral infections. So this podcast will be the first of three which i can understand because they were quite a few symptoms that will discuss and some of them. Many individuals do not tie to it actually being symptom a viral infection. So i'll discuss those. But i'll start out with the basic ones because many individuals are unaware like viruses are really really tiny. Microscopic type of agents that exist inside of living cells and he sells are considered wholesales. They need these cells in order to reproduce and replicate now we live we trillions of different types of viruses inside of us and millions or billions of different strands of bacteria without these organisms existing. Inside of us. We don't exist we can exist now. You have some you more. Common basic viruses like the common cold the flu pneumonia but a lot of times being infected by virus it can pass and some of us may not even realize we've been infected with a virus because with very healthy we take care of ourselves. We see acupunctures on a regular basis along with annual visits to opposition but they're individuals whose immune systems are not that strong whether it's to evokes most cases to a pre existing condition chronic illness autoimmune disorder cancer. Or just the fact that we just flat out eat junk. Food eat processed foods fast food. Don't exercise sit around all day and sleep. And if you've listened to many about previous podcasts we speak against but you see viruses if not kept under control any hang around too long can be deadly. So i don't recommend you take a virus lightly. You know some will say all get the flu. I'll get whatever even a common cold. It can attest size into something more serious depending on your health which is why i say over and over seeing acupuncture on a regular basis and it doesn't have to be every week or every two weeks. He can be once a month. Once to change of season that is determined between both your acupuncturists and yourself but one of the more common symptoms of a viral infection fever. And it doesn't have to be hike a mild one. You can feel yourself and notice how film little warm see. This old depends on the type of virus in which you've been infected by but usually it'll start out mild and you hope it stays that way and they need eventually passes but there were times where it will get worse when symptoms persist the temperature. You fever will go up temperature and you. You have individuals who've experienced. Let's say even a hundred and five degrees fahrenheit as a result of being infected by a virus you see to an acupuncturist. We understand this high temperatures assign at your body's protective cheek is engaged in an attempt to ward off and exterior pathogenic factor in this case virus and a stronger your protective cheese relative to you being really healthy and you end if you're infected by or have been affected by strong pathogenesis case being a virus more times than not. You're going to have a high fever. Because at battle between uchi and his pathogenic factors gonna go hard. And that's what's going to raise your fever now if you are seeing in acupunctures on a regular basis. I won't even say that if you catch it in its acute phase and you run to cnn acupunctures. They would look to support the bodies defensive ci with our the acupuncture herbs to potentially prevent the fever from getting too high and your body basically dispersing with the spelling this pathogenic factor because of your fever becomes too high. It can cause a lot of the it can cause other health concerned. So you really wanna keep you fever under control by seeing an acupuncturist. Another symptom can be muscle aches. Because normally when you're affected by a virus it's common to experience muscle aches especially if you've been affected by the flu you feel muscle pain all over europe. And.

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"infections" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"infections" Discussed on BrainStuff

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"infections" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

07:16 min | 3 months ago

"infections" Discussed on BrainStuff

"This episode is brought to you by discover spending more on groceries this past year. A wanting to order some weekday takeout. Whether you're spending on the essentials like groceries or even splurging on dinner from your favorite local restaurant do so with your discover credit card because only discover automatically matches all the cash. Back you've earned at the end of your first year and it's so easy to earn cashback since discover card is accepted at ninety nine percent of places in the us that take credit cards when it comes to discover get used to hearing yes more often learn more at discover dot com slash match limitations. Apply twenty neilson report. This episode is brought to you by honey nut cheerios. This is one of the breakfast cereals that i grew up with. I loved the sweet honey almond flavor and that irresistible crunch and honey nut. Cheerios is made with whole grain. Oats diets that are low in saturated fat and cholesterol but include three grams of soluble fiber daily from whole grain. Oat foods may reduce the risk of heart disease in honey nut cheerios. Cereal provides a quarter of that per serving. learn more about hunting nut. Cheerios by up a box. Wherever you shop for cereal this episode is brought to you by discover spending more on groceries this past year. A wanting to order some weekday takeout. Whether you're spending on the essentials like groceries or even splurging on dinner from your favorite local restaurant do so with your discover credit card because only discover automatically matches all the cash. Back you've earned at the end of your first year and it's so easy to earn cashback since discover card is accepted at ninety nine percent of places in the us that take credit cards when it comes to discover get used to hearing yes more often learn more at discover dot com slash match limitations. Apply twenty neilson report. Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Bogle bomb here. When the covered nineteen vaccine became available. Perry night of fort. Lauderdale florida gotten in line as soon as he was eligible. Hit already done battle with the virus and wasn't interested in going there again. A for the article does episodes based on how stuff works spoke with him by email. He said i first tested positive in august of twenty twenty and spent two in the hospital. Because i was having a hell of a time. Just catching my breath. It had to be up. There is one of the worst experiences of my life. It's like being underwater and about to come up for fresh air and halfway through drawing that fresh air a tightness interrupts at night got both doses of the pfizer vaccine in may of twenty twenty one and despite that he wasn't too surprised when he tested positive again in july he said i was more of having a feeling like. Wow i should just play the lottery because this luck is incredible. If you know what i mean. I was mentally preparing to go back into the hospital for another horrible couple days. Fortunately his second go round would covered. Nineteen was nothing like the first. His symptoms were mild. And short lived. And experienced that is only strengthened. His appreciation for the vaccine might said after seeing firsthand my experience with vid with and without the vaccine. It's given me enough faith in the medical system that vaccinations are doing their part to protect us. It's not a shield one hundred percent preventing the virus from getting to us but it's a relentless warrior who really keeps the worst of it at bay. Still it upsets a lot of people that covert nineteen is possible at all post vaccine. How does that even happen. How stuff works also spoke by. Email was three banerjee a faculty member in walden universities. Phd in public health program. He explained when a person gets cove in nineteen even after being fully vaccinated. This is known as a breakthrough infection since it breaks through the developed. Immune response this type of covert breakthrough. Infection is not unusual indeed. It's actually to be expected given the viruses. Recent mutations how stuff works also spoke with dr airing glatt a representative for the infectious diseases. Society of america and chair of medicine at mount sinai southnassau in oceanside new york he said with the delta variant. It is certainly more common. These variants have higher transmissibility than the earlier strains they also have higher viral loads. So they're more transmissible even to people who are vaccinated. So this is a concern. A breakthrough infections in general are nothing new. The medical community sees them every single year with influenza. However many people mistakenly believed that vaccines provide complete and total protection. But the truth is that as with flu. Vaccines the covered. Nineteen vaccines won't prevent you from being infected. And they're meant to increase your body's ability to fight the virus effectively vaccines don't prevent all infections. They just make them less likely and prevent serious complications and death when those infections do occur. A pharmaceutical companies for their part have been straightforward from the get go about vaccine efficacy both pfizer and no reported efficacy rates of ninety to ninety five percent for the original strain advisors drops to eighty eight percent when faced with the newer more contagious delta mutation and madonna is believed to perform about the same but breakthrough infections of covert nineteen are typically so mild the centers for disease control and prevention or cdc stopped tracking them. Starting on may first of twenty twenty one in such cases results in hospitalization or death so four. Cdc tracking purposes a mild case of cove in nineteen after vaccination is not currently considered a breakthrough infection banerjee said nationally forty six us states and territories voluntarily reported and thousand two hundred sixty two breakthrough infections to the cdc between january first and april thirtieth of two thousand twenty one. A by comparison. There were eleven point eight million covered nineteen diagnoses in total during the same period. A through july nineteenth. Twenty twenty one. There were five thousand nine hundred and fourteen patients with cove in nineteen vaccine richter infections. Who were hospitalized or die the us out of more than one hundred and fifty nine million people fully vaccinated nationwide and to do the math and put it another way. According to this data fewer than one tenth of one percent of the reported cases of cove in nineteen from january through april occurred in people who were already vaccinated. So let's say you cut a penny ten pieces and for every hundred cases of cove in nineteen. You have every dollars worth just one of those slivers of a penny represents how many vaccinated people got cove in nineteen and furthermore according to this data through the middle of july fewer than three hundreds of one percent of people who were vaccinated wound up either in the hospital or dying from a breakthrough case cove in nineteen. So take one of those slivers of a penny and cut it into ten. Even smaller hair fines livers then count out three of those. That's how many vaccinated people got seriously.

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"infections" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

07:49 min | 4 months ago

"infections" Discussed on The Daily

"Support for this. Podcast comes from the american health care association and national center for assisted living. America's long-term care providers are committed to going the extra mile to protect vulnerable seniors. But now they face a crisis. On top of a crisis nearly two thousand nursing homes are at risk of closing their doors this year due to the pandemic our leaders in congress must end this crisis and protect long-term care visit save our seniors dot org for more information. This is kevin roose. I'm a tech columnist at the new york times. My job is not just to do glorified tech support. It's to talk to the people who are actually making the decisions that govern our digital lives like interviewing the ceo of youtube about how they're trying to deal with their extremism problem or talking to mark zuckerberg about free speech on the internet. I'm trying to talk to the people who make the rules that we all live by and the people on the other side who are affected by those rules. And this is what all of my colleagues in your doing. We're trying to distill all of this complexity into something that people can understand subscribers support all of this work so please join us and subscribe to the new york times. You can do that at ny. Times dot com slash subscribe. So you just said that we're at an inflection point another inflection point independent mc so. Let's talk more about that. The last time we had you on the show you had told us that it seemed the pandemic was becoming endemic which in some ways felt like progress because it meant that there might be flare ups here and there mostly in small ways in vulnerable unvaccinated communities. But i'm wondering now if the transmissibility of delta and what we're learning about these breakthrough infections of the vaccinated changes our understanding of this. It would seem that it does. It really does when we had. That conversation. seemed like we were in a very good place. Because we had vaccinated a certain proportion of the population and we thought we knew what the virus would do given that percent of the population being protected that he would only flare up in areas. Where the vaccination rate was very low. But now if we're talking about this incredibly contagious variant. And we're talking about may be vaccinated. People also contributing to the spread. It's not going to be quite so isolated anymore. So i think we're going to have to put off that concept of the virus being endemic for a bit longer and so as a result. How do we live in this. Not endemic world but this kind of longer term pandemic world. What kind of adjustments will be required to inhabit that space. The most important thing we should really do is get those vaccination rates up right. We have to reach seventy eighty ninety percent. We have to get to all of the people who are actually willing to get the vaccine but just haven't had a chance yet. That's something like ten percent so we'll gain ten points there. There are another ten points gained if we get to all the people who are just hesitant who have questions who are waiting to see and are maybe a little afraid and those people could be persuaded maybe by the right kinds of leaders speaking to them by more republican leaders for example talking about vaccination more often in a positive light or church leaders for local leaders talking about it. and then there's that last twenty percents or so of people who just do not want to get vaccinated and maybe we won't get to them but even if we can get to this other twenty percent. I think we have a really good chance of pushing this virus back quite a bit okay. So that's vaccinations. What else are we going to have to do. In terms of adjustments. This is going to be very unpopular. But i think we all need to be wearing mosques again even those of us who are vaccinated the last few days. I've been talking to a lot of public health. Experts and every single one of those people has told me that they do wear masks. Endorse that they. In fact never stopped that they wear masks indoors in places where there might be a lot of people but they also socialize mostly outdoors. That really took me by surprise. But what they're saying is that delta is now enough of a threat that even people who are vaccinated should be thinking about wearing masks when they're not at home So these experts are telling you because of delta because of the risk of breakthrough infections masks should now be put back on in places like schools workplaces grocery store all of those and also outdoor places like sports arenas and concert stadiums where people are packed in tight. That's right you know this. This is not. What the cdc is telling us the cdc. Which is the authority on. All these things is explicitly saying that. It's not advising us to wear masks indoors. And as a result. I now go to the local grocery store and don't always wear a mask. So why is there now. A disjunction between what these experts are telling you and what the centers for disease control and prevention is telling the whole country. Well michael the. Cdc guidance was always controversial even when they came out with it. A lot of people were saying they're still so many unvaccinated people. Is this really wise. And i think what's happened now. Now that we know about these breakthrough infections and especially now that we know about delta. It's really seeming like we should all be wearing masks. That's what these experts are telling me. And i think the cdc is under a lot of pressure from the white house and from public health experts to revisit the guidance and to maybe change it but in my conversations with the cdc. When i've asked them about this they've been pretty farm. They've said there is no new evidence to have them change their decision and so they don't have any plans of changing their mosque guidance. What they've said to me is that their guidance already allows local jurisdictions to make decisions based on what's happening in their community and so a given state or accounting might decide to do something differently. But at a national level the cdc sticking to its guns so cdc says that this can and should be dealt with at the local level so how our local governments dealing with the question of masks and delta right now like so much ellison this pandemic michael. It's very patchy. Some local governments are being very proactive and reacting very quickly to rising rates and asking their residents to wear masks again l. a. did this the bay area is moving towards it. Province town reinstated a mask advisory and is considering a mass mandate after the ad their outbreak. But on the other hand. Arkansas still has a ban on mask mandates so so much depends on who the leader is. How much access. They have to public health experts. How much they believe. In science how inclined they are to take action quickly so i want to inhabit for just a moment skepticism of the idea that everyone's going to have to put masks back on and i think that's skepticism would come from people who think to themselves vaccination means were at relatively low risk of getting sick and meanwhile our own government is telling us. We don't need to wear masks. So what would you say to that. What are the experts. You're talking to see that skepticism. That we don't really have to put masks back on.

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"infections" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"infections" Discussed on The Daily

"Systematic way. One on because we knew that breakthrough infections where a possibility and we expected enough of them that it would have been a waste of time for the cdc to have been tracking every single one of them or at least that was the thinking then of course now it looks like maybe it would have been a good thing to track them just so we could at least say how much more frequent with delta than with any other variant but even with that uncertainty of not knowing how widespread it is. We can at least see that people who are vaccinated still. Don't have much to worry about if you're vaccinated. You're still not going to get very sick. You're still not going to end up in the hospital. The uncertainty really is in. How likely somebody who is vaccinated in infected can pass the virus onto somebody else. That's really. I think where the uncertainty starts to play a bigger role. And why does that uncertainty matter. The uncertainty of how and how much an infected vaccinated person ends up spreading the virus una population level. It matters because if a lot affects needed people are spreading the virus to others. Then it's another whole source of cases that we hadn't really considered that's a whole other set of infections that we have to worry about on an individual level. Some of us have kids and elderly parents and we may have relatives or friends. Who are immuno-compromised where we may come into contact with somebody who has unvaccinated for whatever reason and so even if we're vaccinated if we can spread the virus to others were putting all of those people at risk so we do really need to find out how often this is happening. And how much virus we might be passing onto someone else will. You're describing is a very unsatisfying moment. Where there are breakthrough cases because cds. He doesn't track them. We don't know how many there are and we don't know exactly how much vaccinated infected person someone experiencing a breakthrough. Infection is spreading that virus around. So that's a lot of uncertainty. It really is an. it's a bit maddening. Because it felt like we had gotten to a point where we got to know this virus a little bit. We knew what could do. We knew what we were facing and delta has really changed that entire calculation. There are just so many more questions than i think we expected to have at this point feels a little bit like an inflection point. Another.

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"infections" Discussed on UN News

UN News

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"infections" Discussed on UN News

"Covid nineteen infections at bay among Palestinian refugees has never been so crucial as the new school year gets underway the UN. . Relief. . and Works Agency unrehearsed said in an interview with you and uses Daniel. . Johnson. . Agency spokesperson tomorrow I'll refi explains how the agency's put changes in place to try and keep safety five point six million people at AIDS across Jordan, , Lebanon Syria, , and the West Bank including East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. . Well, , Anura has just launched an appeal to raise funds for it to be able. . To continue responding to the consequences of covid nineteen, , the immediate emergency of course is a health emergency and making sure that the Palestinian refugee community and the staff are all safe. . The other immediate emergency is making sure that the Palestinian refugee community has access to all the critical services that's on your what gifts them even though the way we deliver these services has changed. . So for instance, , needs to have access to medical services, , but they can no longer come to the Anura health centers instead on health staff, , <hes> proceeds through telemedicine and home delivery of. . Drugs, , right. . So people are getting their essential health needs but I think what was most alarming about what you said over the weekend was that the number of covid infections really are starting to spike alarmingly could you make a bit more detail about that owner is very concerned about the spike in numbers of covid nineteen across the countries we work, , and so we've seen a spike in the West Bank over the last few weeks but also a spike in Lebanon recently, , spy can Gaza with until not very long ago was relatively contained. . We also saw a spike in Jordan and Syria would the conflict we hear about. . But there is very little data and information coming from there. So . everywhere we work seems to be becoming worse and the point is that you're able to keep it at bay if you like the infections of this new corona virus, , because you were helping some of the five point, six , million registered Palestine Refugees in the middle, , East with what they needed to stay at home and keep away from others. So . therefore preventing transmission of the virus, , but that has now changed because people just literally have to. . Get back to work only able to contain largely the outspread of Covid nineteen because we were able to convince people to stay home convinced them meaning delivering to their homes, , what they needed whether it's food assistance or whether it's medicine or whether it's distance learning the problem is when the situation took much longer than we thought people needed to go back to work and to their livelihoods Palestine refugees say things like we rather catch covid nineteen than go hungry. . Yeah, , and you can understand that you of course. . You can understand that given the scale of the social economic impact of Covid, nineteen , around the world it's only worse on vulnerable communities like refugee communities and in particular Palestinian refugee communities. . Another element of your work is obviously education and I know that you commissioner general is very proud of the educational support that you give to what five, , hundred thousand Palestinian refugee children. . Maybe you could tell me about how they're back to school challenges have panned out whether they're doing remote learning the actually backing class the. . Early, , signs are all very exciting and very positive students across the fields we work at. . Enron are extremely excited to go back to school. . We're talking about half a million girls and boys in over seven hundred schools. . We're talking about a big cohort of people and a bit cohort of people who work committed in the last academic year to continuing their learning even though it was remote and often difficult. . When you're a Palestine refugee, , you don't necessarily have an individual tablet and constant internet coverage and yet the. . Students that went on learning. . Last year was really high and this is something we are very proud of this year. . We have several scenarios in place either the children go fully back to school physically while respecting social distancing in hygiene rules and everything where they have a blended approach. . So they go for three days to school and they study remotely for three days. . We also have a scenario in case the situation gets worse and we have another lockdown where students fully lauren remotely. . So we're looking at all scenarios where prepared to mix and match just to continue education and what Would you say in terms of covid exposing the weaknesses of the system of you like we've seen all over the world it's exposed the frailties of already mentioned of people with chronic illness those who don't have a job with some welfare support. . What would you say in the five the five areas under works East Jerusalem Gaza Strip Lebanon Syria the West Bank and Jordan let in every crisis. . The most vulnerable are the ones who are most put to the test and in the case of Covid nineteen as you said, , a lot of the weaknesses of difference systems whether it's health education. . Welfare were tested however, , some of the strengths of some institutions were also tested in the case of Anura because we have a very long and solid experience and education in emergencies for example, , were able to shift very quickly to distance learning and to supporting students and families, , and the teachers and the education staff to continue education the same for health services we do have that experience, , which unfortunately we took from various wars and conflicts and emergencies, but , it's an experience that's helped us well in this lockdown and closure face because of covid nineteen. .

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"infections" Discussed on The Bio Report

The Bio Report

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"infections" Discussed on The Bio Report

"Marco, thanks for joining us. All my pleasure, then a four inviting me. We're GONNA talk about drug resistant Fungal Infections Sign Nexus and your efforts to develop Antifungal to treat these infections. Maybe, we can start with how big a problem resistant. Fungal. Infections. Today. It's a growing problem and simply because Antifungal. A unforgotten being to use many decades ago, and that are very few of them. Only free classes. One, the pollyannas introduce sixty years ago. That's all introduce four years ago, and Makino candidates introduced twenty if ago, and of course, we've all this time. Fungi had an opportunity to develop the fastest against these free classes. This is why we are developing a new class in order to overcome the growing problem of these. Phone. Calls. How threatening are these infections? Well the type section that we're treating. Difficult to treat an invasive fungal infections invasive from getting fashion. Infections meaning infection bloodstream of internal organs. Usually, they happen in patients water immortal compromised. So cancer patients with a undergoing chemotherapy or. Transplanted patients, solid organ transplant, bone marrow, transplant patients, and these patients. They don't have the emotional defense five vs infection. So using fictions. They are very aggressive. They can spread inside the body of the patients in mortality of visiting factions can be still. Now, we've a best treatment between twenty to fifty percent Wayne thirty to fifty percent, go extremely high mortality. You have, infections. Are Not internal like, for example, Mucosal infections of his office of the mouth of China. That, that can be very, very difficult to treat and these are we all the type of infection invasive and dilemma Khoza that we are trying to treat. Now we've our compound. We hear a lot about antibiotic resistance and the causes of that. Why are we having this problem with Resistant Fungal Infections? Very good, question Danny. Video. Not The resistance to antibacterial as being on the wrong line is because bacteria. Very. Quick in developing resistance and reason is because they are very promiscuous. Based chain the. Not Charlie between the same species, but also between different species of bacteria and very for development over resistant to antibacterial usually develops very quickly after a few years of being actual product on the market. I'm fungal. Infections and. July. Up the development is extensive slower. It may take ten fifteen years before the be significant amount of. Become, resistant, and these. These why? Now, we start to see the problem becoming bigger and bigger. When you start to see <unk> classes a been introduced point, you're forty years ago or even longer. And reason of the focus romantic materials is because They develop resistance. Very, quickly. And in very visas being before course over the last. Probably fifteen point years. But he's not <unk>. Antifungal. 's is becoming a major issue and you have new species amounting like a candidate horace of. Be Shown to be more drag resistance with high mortality, very difficult to control infections. Given the.

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"infections" Discussed on The Model Health Show

The Model Health Show

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"infections" Discussed on The Model Health Show

"Welcome to the model. Show this fitness and nutrition expert Shawn Stevenson and I'm so grateful to be tuning today. This episode here I am so pumped about. This is one of my favorite physicians. One of my favorite scientists and she's got a new project is really helping shed some light on a very very misunderstood topic in this the topic of body, fat. Sustain that we tend to see is a very cosmetic target is a very cosmetic issue for hundreds of millions of people right now, but in truth, our body fat is a major player in so many different dynamic ways as far as our health as far as our ability to fight infections, viral infections, even and I think that this is going to be incredibly enlightening and something that you're going to walk away with having a better understanding of this. Incredible tissue that we're all carrying around in what's led to the surplus that were carrying around for many of us, and also some more intelligent ways that we can address this in not just for cosmetic issues, but to truly get our society healthier. And hope that you've been employing different strategies to get yourself healthy right now, and also your loved ones. It's more important than ever to reach out. Make sure that our friends and family are doing some of the basic necessities of just getting some fresh air, going out and walk move their bodies, engaging in some stress management practices, and we've done episodes dedicated to these things, and also making sure that they're getting in some high-quality foods as well as supersport right now, but we just recently went on our first outing since the corn team began first outing to a restaurant with our FRIZZ nextdoor, nextdoor, neighbours, families both wint. And it was very a felt like I was visiting another planet, I definitely felt a little bit like that scene and back to the future when Michael J. Fox goes back to pass, and he's got like a has met suit on, and he winds up in a barn, and these folks happened upon him in his hands. Matsue with this delorean in the sign has his comic book. which is like the cover? The Comic Book Kinda shows what the future looks like are. These alien invaders look like. So just to get into the restaurant you walk through. The. Lobby is about five feet of lobby, and you have to wear masks. Go through the five feet, but then there people already there sitting at tables there socially distance. Of course you know one table apart, but they've got. You know they don't have mask on because you can eat with a mask on yet. Until maybe we get permanent mass installed on her face faces in little openings, but the science there. Wasn't really accurate. You know like that five feet, but then once you go pacify feet. Take your mask off, and you can each her. You know whatever your therefore, but he's a very strange experience. Because the waitress had on, the has metsu she had on the face shield. She had on the mask at that point I was like why be here in like there's so much that goes into it, and it's so abnormal. We should just go ahead and you know. Make dinner ourselves have family. Get together something like that. It's just an added. stressor is so much uncertainty in all. The tables had to be labeled that this table has been sanitized in, you know. We've hit it with the flame thrower all these different stuff just to feel comfortable going outside, and it was like this was like a you know there's a strip mall and everybody is just a very dystopia and situation, and this is the situation that we're facing right now. There is a very infectious. Virus that is that we're dealing with as a society and at its core. We Really WanNA. Look at this what we've been dedicated to. How do we get our citizens healthier? so that were not as susceptible to this virus in the mini viruses that are to come because this is right now. This is just the first of many that we're going to be faced with as humanity you know, and the thing that is overlooked in that I've really been working to up level the conversation is. As a species? What are the things that make us more susceptible to viral infections? What are the things that we can do to help? Improve our bodies response because in truth we've had such a relationship with viruses throughout human evolution that we are in fact, the human genome is eight percent over eight percent in dodge in his viruses that we are. Our genome is made of. We've had such interaction with viruses. We are made viruses on that level talking about our human genome, what our jeans are made of the human genes with the things that make us human. We're part virus. And even more tangible aspect because I think there's really a hard pill for us to swallow as society right now that we are virus ourselves. But you know this is something that we can test track now. We have some affirmation to the fact that we all are carrying upwards of three hundred trillion virus particles in and on our bodies all the time. We are. We're like a playground for viruses and. Pathogenic! Many of them <hes>. Symbiotic. But this equation really plays into. How healthy are we interact with other people's virus load? How healthy are we or what can happen to damage our health immune system health that even the pathogenic viruses that were carrying right now can become opportunistic and take advantage of our system and make us sick.

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"infections" Discussed on Diet Science

Diet Science

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"infections" Discussed on Diet Science

"So D-. What's the topic for this week this week? We're talking about a particular little fruit called elderberry elderberry. Yeah, they're little little fruit almost grow on a vine, grapes, <hes> and they have actually it's kind of known as black elderberry, because it has almost like the blackberry color. Okay, and but it almost looks like a blueberry <hes> so. So <hes> and many people may have heard of like elderberry. Wine was just about to say. Berry Jam Right. Yeah, so elderberry has been around for a very long time, and in fact it's been used medicinally by the native Americans, and by people in Europe, as a preventative treatment for infections and <hes> even for wound, healing, <hes> so <hes>, but it it has garnered some more recent attention in <hes> you know as it because it was found to be very effective against the H, one N, one flu virus Oh <hes>. In fact, there were studies showing that <hes>. It, it worked in a couple of different ways against that one was as a preventive meaning that if you had it in your system, and then we're exposed to the virus that it prevented, you know basically like stopped the <hes>, the virus from getting into host cells within the body, so prevented the infection altogether, and then other studies showed that another way that it was beneficial in in the flu virus. Was that it? <hes> if it, if you already were infected that it could actually like. Stop the infection from getting worse. Oh, so it had a so it works in two different ways in in relation to particular flu virus. So it got a lot of attention. <hes> in fact it, you know I mean it's been around because of that with the flu. And so people have been <hes> getting either extracts or or syrups of it, and sometimes they can come in capsules as a dried extract. And taking it as a preventive against the flu, so <hes> obviously during this cova time. They're probably taking it for that or any any evidence that it can help with that. Well that's where it starts to get a bit. <hes> controversial and it also gets to be a little bit <hes> like scary, because you have to really know whether or not, it's the right thing to be taking at the right time so <hes> and some of the where this kind of comes from. Was that <hes> people started you know when when covid became you know a pandemic. People started buying up elderberry supplements off. You know the Internet Mac I remember you. In early March every place that I looked including my own sources for physician grade elderberry. It was all out. And, then like you know back order. Yeah, I mean. People were just buying it up like crazy, and so you know obviously people were thinking I've got to get this stuff. 'cause he's list. We know that it can protect against certain flu, viruses and <HES>, but the thing is, is that we? We obviously have no research. Right on whether it can be effective against Kovic nineteen virus <hes>, however, <hes> I wanted to give our listeners just a little bit of background on. Why <hes> why it was considered to be a potential. <hes> you know supplement that could help people with their immunity. Okay <hes>, so there was a research research study that was that was published in two thousand nine, and it demonstrated that <hes> elderberry have particular fighter nutrients in them called flavonoids that <hes> they bind to that influenza as one n one of. The virus in you know in the <hes> in the host cell, so they protect it from infecting the host cell, and that was the the study that a lot of this was based off. The also found that it's very high in vitamin C.. which is another <hes> you know nutrient that's essential with antiviral properties. So you know so there's so that so that was out there that the thing about <hes> elderberry that's concerning though is if so as a preventative. The the experts are saying it's great for that as a preventative, because if you don't have the virus <hes>. And you want to protect yourself from it. It's very probable that it will you know it can be helpful in preventing you from getting it?

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"infections" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

Precisione: The Healthcast

11:58 min | 1 year ago

"infections" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

"Regarding precision healthcare from the brightest people people in the world. Today we have a very special guest tonight. I'm so excited to speak with her. Today we have Dr Crystal Eisenhower Doctrine. Crystal Eisenhower's one of the rising stars of American biotechnology after more than twenty five years in medical research in biotech she was is named founding. CEO of a perio mix. This is a company that harnesses the power of next generation. DNA sequencing to who identify any known pathogen. Whether it's bacteria viruses fungi or parasite perio mix is the only company Anthony of its kind and scope in the world throughout Dr Eisenhower's career. She has demonstrated strong leadership in business and science and has dedicated herself to abridging the translational gap between these two worlds crystal. Welcome to the show. Good morning thanks for having me no problem. We're excited to talk to you. One of the first things we might WanNa do is kind of define some of the term so everybody knows who we're talking about so and you tell us a little bit about what next-generation DNA sequencing is and and how your work is bridging. This translational gap that we were talking about a minute ago. Sure so traditionally when we have wanted to identify an infection we look for one thing at a time and we've done that through a microscope microscope lens. We've done that by looking at the proteins that that coat the surface of the microbe. We've done that by looking at the person's thousands immune response against the micro-organism were we've we've had some newer technologies that can look at small snippets of DNA in that microorganism organism sequencing is is a completely new way to be able to look for these microorganisms. And what this is is a technology where we can pull all of the DNA out of the sample and re can I use this process called halt sequencing we can create a genetic blueprint or DNA blueprint of everything. That's in the sample. So we're looking at thousands thousands of fragments of DNA instead of just one fragment of DNA and this gives us the ability to see far more than we ever could see before awesome so somebody goes to the hospital and they're sick and the fever. The hospital does blood cultures urine cultures all kinds of cultures cultures. How is that different than this kind of test? What what kind of different information might we get through? Culturing is great great assuming that whatever is causing the infection can actually grow in culture. Ninety percent of all microorganisms are incapable of growing and standard entered laboratory cultures. So what has happened is we've completely missed so many things that are really there and that's resulted. Sit in people being told they have no infection when in fact they really do. One example is before with a large number of people who have chronic urinary tract issues and they've been told they have no infection because their urine culture is negative but when we run our testing we see that they're in culture is absolutely not negative. It's just that the micro organisms that we are able to identify through do the DNA are not able to grow in the urine culture. And so we just haven't had the right tools to be able to see the full picture Asked what's been going on in these particular cases while so I guess you know if if you do have a positive blood culture positive urine culture in like the acute houseful setting a probably means that you must be really sick if I guess. The organism is able to grow that much of if ninety percent doesn't usually grow grow that about right yes and now it just means that the the right kind of organism was there. There was an organism there that was able to grow in in. We've we've thought about infection in terms of just a few few hundred microbes so everybody knows about staph infection Mersa hello everybody knows about strep infection. Things like strep throat everybody knows about HIV. Everybody knows about Seedorf but the reality is there are tens tens of thousands of micro organisms. That can cause illness in a human body and the more we do our testing in the more the medical world looks at the complete microbiome of the human body the more we are able to connect these lesser known and previously not identified microbes with these chronic conditions or with these these overt infections. This is pretty cool. So do they have this kind of technology in the hospitals yet to do. You're Kinda testing. Are you working on trying to get these kinds of tests in the hospital setting zest for a lot of people present with in Illinois Trying to figure out what's going on right. So many hospitals have the ability to do. DNA sequencing day are using so using that technology to identify things like cancers or genetic issues with the person themselves so the technology is in the setting. But what's happened is they. They don't have the the software to be able to apply to infection. And that's really where technology from then the DNA sequencing part is high complexity. But something that you know. Hundreds of institutions have the capability of doing what they don't have the ability to do is take the the data from the DNA sequencer and make sense of it so for example when we not take a fecal sample from a patient and run our DNA sequencing that can generate up to a one terabyte the data file that is a very very large data file and its millions upon millions of bits of data. So how do you sort Through all of that information and where our technology comes in is we have developed the software to be able to sort through all of that that information and to be able to get a very sensitive and a very specific answer for all of the things that were in that sample so right right now we are offering a full service because most doctors don't have access to DNA sequencing technology but as as we mature and as the technology makes its way into a more traditional setting. Our software will be what they bring into the hospital settings so they've already got the equipment we will share with them the protocols to run for the specific infection testing and then they will use our software to be able to make these identification in using the equipment that they already have fascinating. So tell us a little bit more about your company in how you started the company. And why are you so passionate about this kind of stuff sore so I have five co-founders roofing two of them were out of the George Washington University one of them out of Boston University and they had come map with this initial software it was called pathos scope and they were getting some really amazing results from summit they went through a program called I corps which is the National Science Foundation Program that tries to help academic doc founders academic inventors take their technologies into the commercial market because the academic world is is a very different world bed clinical a clinical world or a commercial world so they went through this program and I think the the main thing that they realized that they really didn't have the bandwidth or the interest or the skill set to do all the things needed to take this idea into the marketplace and so fortunately I connected with them through Virginia Bio which is a biotechnology industry organization. Virginia and I had finished or I had just sold my first company and was looking for a new opportunity so the stars really aligned. Well I I brought in a lot of complementary expertise to what what my co founders had and so they brought me in the founding. CEO of the company and my job was to help them. Take this this really great idea and to get it into the hands of doctors and patients so that could have a true impact on the world and so that was five years ago and I've since built an amazing mazing team one of my other co founders Dr Chen. He's our chief technology officer he was one of the original recruits to on the business side of of the founders. We've spent the last five years working to refine and add additional capability to the software aware that our founders started and again building this really great team around us with sales people and software engineers. And you you know all the things that we need to to have a nice successful robust company and we've been one patient one doctor here at a time. Educating the world on what we're doing and why it's a value to the world Hudson so what brought brought your interest into this kind of field. What made you so passionate about what you're doing right now is? Is there a story to it or is there something thing that intrigued you throughout your career. That kind of led you to where you are today there is. I was always interested in medicine and and biology. From time. I was a little girl. My grandmother was very sick and she spent a lot of time in your doctor's offices assist hospitals and a lot of memories. Are there with her in these healthcare settings and I remember she would always towel all the doctors and nurses how. I was going to be a doctor when I grew up. And it was very very proud of me and very encouraging of me but what I what what I experienced with her was she suffered with. Chronic pain and the doctors didn't have the right tools to figure out what was driving the pain and so so the diagnosis was. She was a HYPOCHONDRIAC. And for some reason I don't I don't know exactly why I could could see that. She was genuinely pain. She wasn't making it up. She wasn't doing this for attention. She was genuinely in severe pain. They just didn't have the right tools and just watching this as I grew up watching the impact it had on her as a person but also watching the impact it had on her relationship with her family.

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"infections" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"infections" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"They typically February typically not febrile most infections and most organisms that causes infections are of low virulence and most patients are not Febrile. Actually what are the common bacterial pathogens that you often identify Steph ACC- size is by far the number one and they are divided into two categories collateralized negative such as dermatitis and so forth as well as a staff oreos between staff Sgt Quigley's negative staff and Staph Aureus about fifty to sixty percent of the number of organisms or the percent of organisms other organisms such as gram negative streptococcus Cacak cy Enterococci Anna Robes and so forth are also implicated in in much lesser degree all right. Let's talk about why some patients get infected and others do not. There's a way to stratified the risk of these patients is that correct correct so this is a work that has has been done at our institutions many other institutions what predispose certain patients to develop an infection and we generally divide this into a two three major categories one are factors related to the patient's coma biddies these these are can be related to the immune status of the patient's immune suppression uncontrolled Malignancy Rheumatoid Arthritis Diabetes Mellitus yes and so forth and there are surgical and local one factors that that are at hand these are related to is a revision is to say Komo processes versus a primary processes is a revision surgery are there radiation eluned and the soft tissue issue status and so forth and then there's a third factor which Z. Post operative were pre operative factors related to the one management and he matale genus seating of the wound these are typically due to infections elsewhere such as wound infections or a dental abscess skin infections or factory MIA's see the prosthesis. I have a fair number of patients who have had one owner more joint prostheses and as I going through their medications and antibiotics is listed and ask with that's four and they said my doctor told me to take that if I have have dental work so the big question do patients need prophylactic antibiotics prior to dental work. I wish I have a clear answer to you. I don't think that question has been answered. the there are a number of guidelines that were recently published that in general advise against that practice the data to support the use of the Botox is not there there there's Epi data case control studies large cohort studies that showed that use of antibiotics to prevent infection and the setting of dental procedure is not effective and we do know that use of antibiotics on a larger scale house global health implications in term of see the and to microbial resistance and so forth so the data to support the use of antibiotics is lacking the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery has a recommendations that have been published published to discourage this practice in general the Ada the American Dental Association also has recommendations to discourage this practice and these were published a little bit later than the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery Recommendation. We usually tell the patients and the provider to shoot doc it through look the pros and cons in certain high risk patients patients who are much higher risk big prostheses immunosuppression and so fourth prior revisions the first few months after surgery sometimes. We say you know that if you WANNA do that might be okay considering during that we still don't know what the right answer is. Okay Fair enough so let's talk about the treatment of these infections that can get kind of messy surgery again or prolonged antibiotics..

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