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"italian hospital" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Showing they showed a misleading video of what they had said was an eye Talian hospital during a segment on the New York crisis and it took place on CBS this morning that they were talking about a recall most allegation that FEMA only give the state four hundred ventilators when they needed thirty thousand even though they have a warehouse as he finally admitted where they're stockpiling ventilators literally and so the network aired footage of the story went during the story of a crowded Italian hospital room that was reported by Sky News on March twenty second during a segment on hospitals in Italy this is CBS after it was pointed out by everybody on Twitter said was an editing mistake we took immediate steps to remove it from all platforms and shows it was a CBS statement to daily caller I you they need to be really accurate with the staff I mean you can even see it show and it says that that the science behind the art I Talian but the network never said whether or not they would issue an on air correction where everyone sought yeah no sob and yesterday CNN cut away when they were doing the press conference CNN didn't start carrying until trump finish speaking mmhm and now we're gonna Congress Democrats are reportedly exploring Adam Schiff a commission to scrutinize trump's Wuhan coronavirus response ladies and gentlemen I love this headline it's called impeachment to resistance Mughal if the pandemic boogaloo so NBC first reported yesterday that preliminary talks have begun on Capitol Hill they're trying to figure out some other way they can impeach him they are they are looking they want to do like a nine eleven commission but a pandemic one what and they said that they this is I was just literally this is the story informal discussions have begun on Capitol Hill about the possibility of creating a panel to scrutinize the trump administration's response to the corona virus pandemic that would be modeled on the commission that investigated the terror attacks of September eleventh two thousand and one according to four people familiar with the discussions in the longest run on sentence in this whole entire network history they described the discussions as quote very preliminary in quotes and involved mostly congressional Democrats mostly Democrats you say mostly so who are they or maybe how are you guys not repeat the mistake I got John M. as this most in the first place all my gosh still there is hi all right we got more to come including with headlines they're trying to raise money to go after Samaritan's purse because and are you closing the parks really that's actually a thing your closing parks yes really we got to talk about this because I'm yeah and then we have your daily reminder that China is a you know what I'm telling you never put it away Kane why is this not a hockey steel make it a hockey I'm not trying to make it a hockey all right we got a lot more coming up as we move on our good friends a car shield know how probably anxious and freaked out you are during this time and they also realize that one of the worst things that could happen right now is you having to have a major car repair during this time of economic uncertainty when everyone's in masks and gloves so commercial machine or no first off this is they have affordable protection plans this is what they do they're affordable protection plays it can save you lots of money for covered repairs GPS electronics whatever it.
"italian hospital" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Saving three million lives for example and I guess I just don't see the case that there's anything we can do to avoid a financial meltdown at this point like this is a given. If you let everyone go out and get sick. You overwhelm the hospitals. You're going to kill a million people you're GONNA kill millions of people and you're going to suffer extreme economic distress and you or you could suffer extreme economic distress and save millions of people and seems obvious to me. What the what. The solution is to that foolish to think. Okay we can just tell everybody the economy's on again on Easter and yet I can look at the stats and I can see that ten times. The people have died of this thing and it's still going up and then. I'M GONNA WALK. Outside of my house and I'm going to get a cheeseburger at McDonalds. It's not going to happen and I don't think I am an exception. In this case I think there are many many people who are just going to stay the fuck home. Stay the fuck out of populated areas regardless of what you tell them until they see these stats under control of your one of those that make the argument to one to three percent of people dying acceptable. I would like feuded inventory one hundred people that you know that you care for and pick three deny yeah like how do you do that? Calculus and the fact is that's the thing is like if you go this route many more people than that are. GonNa dock convinced because we just don't have the the surge capacity to the handle all these people. It's going to be exactly what happens in Italy where it's where Dr Start. Making decisions based on who lives and who dies so I hope that and there are some initial signs. That's you know. Maybe we're going to get the they've got like you know the passes huge trillion dollar package. Help people are losing their jobs and there are suffering economic distress We have the money. We have the capability to take care of everybody. If we do and we beat this thing then economy will be primed to be roaring back. It'll be like a backdraft situation. Where you've got an economy was otherwise healthy That has been starved of production. The people have been putting off you know. Buying new cars upgrading. Their houses Consumer purchases spending money on restaurants and stuff. There's going to be like as soon as we beat this thing. It'll be oxygen hitting that fire and we'll come roaring back but like it's weather we do that and lose one hundred million people around the world or not because there's no there's no scenario in which because I think you're right if they do relax. Everything and Easter. I know I'm not going to and like anyone. I think most people once they see this thing really set in and once. I don't know how many people are watching like what in Italian hospital in northern Italy. Looks like now it's fucking ghastly and it's we're almost there in New York right now. We are and that should start happening and countries across America and that is on Cable News Twenty four seven. It's on your youtube channels and shit. It's going to be a lot harder to be sixty five year old senator saying odd. Dr The save the economy for my grandkids. It's going to be a lot harder when people the reality of people dying alone gasping for air sets in so anyway Contagion worst-case scenario were not staring down. One out of five people with his dying. But we're it's weird. We're goldilocks zone. Kind of the earth is a perfect spot. It's not too hot not too cold. This thing spreads fast enough but is just not lethal enough. It's a giant problem but people can kinda like probability it away and right said. This thing was as lethal as a bowl. We wouldn't be having this conversation And if it if it spread like a bowl we wouldn't have this conversation but we're right there to goldilocks zone. Which is good for the virus bad for US anyway. Yeah we're working. We're taking seriously. We hope everybody our community does too. And we do our part to make this disruption short as we can and save as many people's lives Yeah I think that's important. Hopefully when we get on the other side of this we can start to make some structural changes to our society that will better equip us for the next round of this because there will be a next round. It's almost inevitable we just yeah be prepared for that and something you guys who you and I have talked about like in lunches and his other kind of free range to podcast. The way that there's a lot of doctors to talk like we might look back at the twentieth. Century is golden age of medicine. Where essentially cured all diseases because more and more we got bugs that are antibiotic-resistant and we are out of antibiotics like the beat them. We have to invent new antibiotics. And that's very hard or we're going to have to. There's some promising working like page therapy where you can actually train your body to destroy these bugs but there might be a gap of twenty thirty forty years where stuff that we used to solve easily is going to start killing people again. And what do we do? What kind of medical framework? What kind of healthcare framework economic framework that we have if a lot of scientists are saying that like this permafrost freezes. We're going to unleash virus and bacteria that the world hasn't seen for two three hundred thousand years. What does her plan to to be able to isolate identified attack. Those yeah we. This is a good. This is that goldilocks might be a good In terms of a wake up. Call that it's not strong enough to just kick the shit out of us but it's also too serious to ignore Unlike things like a bowl and SARS and some of these other virus scares. We've had before that. Didn't you Kinda came and win? And were contained. Not because they were nothing but because very hardworking people behind the scenes Did the stuff that you see in this movie to prevent them from becoming a bigger problem and I think that's key like we need to understand in this country that there are some experts you need to listen to and and science science has given you everything that's good in your life everything If you enjoy texting with friends science gave you that like if you enjoy driving your car down the street Joy Writing Science gave you that. Let's get back on board science and let's understand. The scientists are not somehow our enemies or greedy out there to make a whole bunch of money off their work. They are simply asking questions and trying to find answers and when they find those answers we should listen to them. Yeah if you're a betting man over the last several centuries if you bet on science and doctors and medicine you would win ninety nine out of one hundred times because it's just not very often especially the further. We get in stream at time. That like a expert consensus. A scientific consensus is going to be holy overturned. Yeah and I think we've lost sight of that. Science has become some kind of optional or some kind of litmus test for your beliefs and need to lose that there's to kill people all right. Well that's our review of contagion and the Crow Virus. I give contagion ten out of ten eyck rotavirus. Negative three edited fucking worst. Speaking of victims of the krona virus. One of the victims is James Bond Franchise. We were really really hyped to see no time. Di was set to come out very very soon. But because of this virus panic and the fact that I shouldn't say panic. The war did fear. This virus has caused a mass gatherings were banned and most Movie Theatres closed down It's been pushed out past Turkey Day as contagion would put it. We're still kind of Jones in for some James Bond Jason for some bond and we noticed that Netflix has goldeneye the crown jewel in the Brosnan. crown. I guess with Bond Collection The first the best one Everyone probably that listens as podcast has access to net flix or at least most of them. let's all watch. Goldeneye and celebrate This pretty good pretty schlocky. Very Suave and sophisticated. James Bond We'll be talking about that next week next Thursday gold nive so so prep with it. If you if you want and we'll be back next week to talk about that and hopefully get ready for not decades man. I know time that is the first movie got pushed back. That hurts here. I'm so hyped like you know Corey Fukunaga Directing phoebe Waller Bridge writing Romy Malik and his giant is starring. It's it's got a lot of good stuff so we'll be back next week for Goldeneye. Hope you enjoyed our talk about contagion slash corona virus until next week. I Mehran and I'm Jay and have a good one..
3D-printed ventilator valves help out Italian hospital rocked by coronavirus
"A there was a hospital last week up in northern Italy and we we talk about ventilators and how important they are for people who are dealing with this cover nineteen because it affects it affects your lungs there's a lot of painful coughing and and it's bad news so they needed some some special valves to to help keep people alive who who are on ventilators and the that particular valve that they needed was in such high demand that the manufacturer couldn't get enough of them out so there is is a bunch of doctors launched a search for three D. printer they were like let's get let's get this valve part three D. printed and then a pharmaceutical company boss who had a a three D.
This Italian hospital is 3D printing new respirator valves
"Hi Italy recorded the worst twenty four hour death toll yet far worse than the even China's most deadly day if you believe their numbers which you shouldn't northern Italy's let Barty region is taking the brunt of it hospitals are overwhelmed medical staff is working around the clock and there's not of life saving equipment for all the patients who need it nevertheless there is like I said some really cool news coming out of the worldwide crisis when it comes to technology there was a hospital in northern Italy that ran out of valves in the I. C. U. to help patients breathe Cernan Tallien entrepreneur stepped up using a three D. printer he designed printed and produce enough ballots to save many lives all within a matter of hours I think this is maybe one of the coolest things I've ever seen hi this is again one of those moments where you say thank you and you love that people come together and even when things get bad people seem to want to come together I absolutely love it when this happens when people come together this way I think it's great great great thing when this happens and it's just another example of when people work together what can
"italian hospital" Discussed on Here & Now
"From NPR and WBZ YOU are. I'm Jeremy Hobson. I'm Peter o'dowd this is here now. The World Health Organization is now calling the spread of Cova nineteen a global pandemic and here in the US. The Federal Aviation Administration said today that it will waive minimum flight requirements at some airports through may throwing a lifeline to airlines. That have seen a drop off in travel demand due to the outbreak. Airlines can lose their slots at crowded airports. If they don't use them in many in the industry had been calling on the FAA to waive that requirement. One of them is Robin Hayes CEO of jetblue. Who joins me now in Robin? I know you're hoping for that. Change because business is way down for jetblue and other carriers. How bad is it? I would say we're in the middle of a very significant impact. Some would say devastating impact to the airline industry. We really see these sorts of events every ten years or so. I mean for me. Nine eleven is the closest to what we're seeing now a that was a very sort of fear driven event. There were lots of concerns just after nine eleven about flying and we really saying the same now with the corona virus. How would you quantify it? I mean could you tell us how many flights you've had to cancel? How much you've seen. Revenues go down show so again. Let me compare it to nine. Eleven nine eleven we saw the US in on industry full about thirty percent from just before to just after that. Tragic event with saying bookings Come off to an even greater extent. How long are you prepared for it to go on what we're planning this to go on for vice significant Time the good news for jetblue is that we have a voice strong balance sheet. We've been preparing ten years for this event acting very quickly to cut capacity would use call so we can weather this A. No one really knows how long this will lost. Some people will point to China inside the Airline industry has started to Kaba. Aye Off Deny Eleven. That was really. It was two years before you would say. The industry was back to a white walls before nine eleven. So we're able willing to sit this out for a long period of time and we're willing to do what it takes to make sure jetblue can come through this successfully willing. I've already heard you say that in some ways it's worse than nine eleven and as you know at that time. The federal government bailed out the airlines offering billions of dollars. Do you think that will be necessary this time are you? Do you want federal help from the federal government? Yeah the industry here in the. Us is innovative in place to where it was even ten years ago. Pre The financial crisis. it's pretty healthy We've built stronger balance sheets. We've all got good liquidity. And so I think the economic backdrop the airlines is very different airlines much more able to withstand something like this and they were a ten years ago. What are you doing to accommodate your flight crew? They are exposed to people more than anybody else on those airplanes. Show so festival. That's a very important question. You know a number one priority is the safety and security of both our crew members and our customers so I remember the train to to handle customers when they get sick. We have protective equipment on bold. Also we've also changed out service routines to Would remove some of the Contact Point so for example we've suspended service And also we enabling out in flight crews to wag gloves if that's something they would like to do and I would also say that When we think about flying we really want people to think about it. It's the safest anything else you do on your date in your day to day lives are going to the grocery store going to the library grabbing a coffee Jetblue is deep cleaning airplanes overnight. We're sanitizing them with disinfecting them. We have Disinfectant wipes on the airplane for customers if they want to wipe down their own seats and the systems in the airplanes. I think there's a lot of misconceptions about this but we use hospital grade Filtering systems on planes. The in a cabin is recycling every three minutes and it flows from top to bottom. There's not really any lateral movement on an airplane off the at and so the thing is if you're feeling well don't fly. I mean jetblue is offering a free changes and cancellations to customers at the moment. So take advantage of that. If you can delay your trip what do you think this could potentially due to the airline industry if we're still struggling a year from now Do you expect either bankruptcies or reshuffling mergers that sort of thing to to kick in what I think the. Us industry is is about the strongest in the world at the moment. So I think the. Us Industry is best equipped to survive. I think that You took a number of airlines in Asia and Europe. That were already struggling to get by. They will only already very highly leveraged I think it's going to be a real challenge for them. And and many of them may not lost even a year. We've already seen one. Uk based airline go into bankruptcy last week and I think that'd be all to follow in the in the near future. Actually that's Robin Hayes. Ceo of jetblue. Thank you sir. Thank you very much. Well the epicenter of the Corona viruses the Chinese city of Wuhan which has been locked down for weeks but yesterday President Xi Jinping visited and said there has been a promising. Turn in containment there. Npr's Beijing correspondent. Emily Fang joins us. Now Hi Emily. Hey Jeremy so you're in Beijing but what are you hearing about whether life is returning to normal in Woo Hon? It's still incomplete. Down officials are debating right now about whether to let people's travel again and return to work. But you could understand. The officials are still really wary of allowing reinfection surge of new cases to happen and so who province where it's located is still very much under quarantine but the rest of China is slowly returning back to work and we are seeing the numbers of new cases fall. Dramatically in China. Is it clear why that is? It's because of the stringent quarantine and social distancing measures that China has taken. There was a recent paper that was published yesterday. from researchers Both from the US end from China. That said these quarantine measures work albeit at a very high cost to the economy to civil liberties and in fact they pointed out one thing that might be new and also effective. Which are these new quarantine center? Is that China built over the course of several weeks to put Patients with mild or suspected symptoms of the corona virus because a major source of transmission. Was these people are going home and affecting their family members. Emily in this country. There is a lot of anger about people being able to get tests if they want if you want a test for corona virus in China. Is it hard to get it at the very beginning of the outbreak? Particularly in the epicenter and they province it was very difficult to get tests and there were multiple private companies that we're putting forth These tests which were not entirely accurate you saw a lot of false negatives so the testing issue is something. That's universal Emily what about your life in Beijing on a daily basis? What is it like there now? Honestly I cannot remember what life was like before the outbreak. Things are still really quiet. Beijing isn't a unique place because it was A. I hear city a major Cosmopolitan Center. That was never completely sealed off in part because it's a seat of government in China but it's also where a lot of international travelers come in and so the fear now in Beijing is there will be imported cases from Japan Korea even the US which was reported yesterday. So Beijing is now tightening quarantine measures with the rest of the country with the exception of who bay are loosening them just yesterday. Said there's a foreigner should not travel and then today they announced that anyone who comes from abroad comes back to Beijing has to self quarantine for two weeks one of the things that you almost never see in the press when it comes to stories about China and China's government is criticism from people in China. But in this case we have seen some of that. How do people feel about how the government has handled this? It's complicated there has been a lot of criticism and interestingly enough. Some of that criticism has been allowed to survive publicly. The reason for that is a lot of the frustration as with how local officials on the ground bungled the initial approach to containing the outbreak and then tried to cover up the illness but now the central government has come in and impose these very rigorous very many people's is responsible quarantine measures and so the anger is directed not at top leaders like Xi Jinping but people in one and who may province who had been fired. Do you think that this experience is going to make China and China's government more transparent going forward? No I don't think so and it might end up being a PR win for the Chinese Communist Party. At the beginning people were saying this might be an incredible embarrassment because they haven't been able to contain this virus but as countries like the US in Italy struggle with how to test and take care of their own patients. China has been saying we've done a great job with quarantine measures because unique centralized authoritarian model of governance and it could be a PR win for them. And what about surveillance? How is the government tracking people in their daily lives.
"italian hospital" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"I mean he's right what should he should not be in prison yeah it's it's usually green George Weigel you were a great piece at first thing showing Salim possible cardinal pal the thing is a thirty day they said that aftermath in a crowded Christy aftermath he molested to get now that is virtually impossible one of the key one of the supposed victim to deny it ever happened and there are no there are no witnesses and there's no physical evidence but one thing I can tell you cardinal pal guide digging up the connections between the mafia and the Vatican back and he was starting to name names he was starting to try to prosecute people he's turning over evidence of the massive corruption at the Vatican bank I'll give you one example cardinal McCarrick who really did molest children and who's never been punished for it is now just living in a monastery we kept away from reporters did he get the product John exactly right now asked by pope Francis to take twenty million dollars from the people foundation to cover the debt that's what Italian hospital and he did and he took the money one reason the church is not taking him out on the street but they're giving him a comfortable retirement hello lasting a young man who he had baptized as a baby the church is giving a comfortable retirement and keeping away from reporters because he knows where that money went he could testify who knew where was going and he could also testifies who knew that he was a he was a hero sex partner and did nothing about it in the in the in the church full of corruption in high levels of the Catholic Church I want free we're just beginning to scratch the surface and it's going to be a long ugly twenty years because nobody wants to admit the truth it's very sad for me as a Catholic well I'm right with you on that John and yeah no true healing cannot begin until we really courageously prepared to go after an open up this this infected boil it is probably more than that but we've got to get down to the base of the Dino egg what gives me always gives me comfort in all this is that I know that is god's church this is an institution that he established and when god says enough is enough and this is starting to be the case where there is more and more exposure taking place and in a can't be soon enough I I believe for you know for Catholics like you and I and other you know would be a thing the sad thing is that immigrants are being used green for all that cardinal Mahoney of Los Angeles who had to pay tens of millions of dollars inspected.
"italian hospital" Discussed on WDRC
"Provocative talk. Lars, Larson dot com. Welcome back to the program. Consider the fact that when tens of thousands of people marched in the streets in America. And they say we want the dying to stop some of the stories that seem to escape them a one story in particular. And this one's coming out of Great Britain. But we could have the same kinds of things happen here. The parents of a nineteen month old baby in the UK wanna bring their dying boy simply to an Italian children's hospital willing to apply experimental treatments to keep him alive. But the baby's doctors in Great Britain insists on turning off life support. You see this is why most of us who know this subject. Well are scared to death of allowing the government to get even more involved in healthcare and insurance decisions on air already are to talk about it Wesley. Smith joins me now senior fellow at the discovery institute's center on human exceptionalism, and the author of culture of death the age of do harm medicine Wesley. It's good to have you back on the program. Thanks for the time tonight. Lars good talking with you again, you and I. Talked about Charlie guard. He was a little baby who died or was dying of a progressive genetic illness, and the doctors and the court said, no, you can't have life support your parents may not like it. But we are now in charge of your life. And now the new baby is L fee Evans. Yes. And the difference between Charlie garden Alfie Evans is pretty significant in Charlie guards case everybody knew what was wrong with the baby had a genetic illness that was certainly terminal and they wanted to go to be to New York actually for an experimental treatment a doctor who had actually had some success with conditions. Not identical to but akin to what Charlie had a book by the time. The court said, no, not only will we not allow life support to continue. But we will not allow you to take your baby to New York. By the time the American doctor went to London was six months. He said it was too late. And so finally the parents exceeded to removing life support and Charlie died in the Alfie Evans case, there's no diagnosis Alfie Evans has become what what the media called semi vegetative. I'm not sure exactly what that means. It may mean unconsciousness it may mean that there's minimal consciousness, but the point is that while Charlie is certainly very very sick. It's apparently a progressive neurological problem, he has they don't know what's causing it. And so the parents are saying wait a second. You don't even have a diagnosis. Why would you cut off my baby's wide support? And then adding to the issue as in Charlie guard, apparently an Italian hospital is willing to take the baby and the and the parents of a lettuce transfer Alfie to the Italian hospital and the courts and the doctors say, no, so in essence in the UK. The state gets to decide what are in the best interests of the child in circumstances. Like this not the parents the state is saying it is in your child's best interest to die now not weeks or months from now. And and not a having the chance of perhaps something happening in the Italian hospital or perhaps another hospital then is happening in the UK hospital. Now, admittedly, this UK hospital is not a lousy hospital. It's a an expert hospital. But there is no diagnosis. I'm glad you brought this Wesley Smith you should read. What he writes at the discovery discovery institute center on human exceptionalism? I'm glad that you brought a better issue of semi vegetative. I mean to me that sounds like a term like semi pregnant or mostly pregnant, you're either pregnant or you're not you're either vegetative or you're not if you're in between, then you're not vegetative, are you? Yeah. That that's my sense. And and for me, it doesn't matter if he is unconscious. Whether he lives or dies isn't a medical decision. It's a value judgment. And and since there's no medical reason for Charlie. I'm sorry for Alfie to die. Then a value judgment should be up to the parents not up to the state and not up to the doctors so Wesley. How close is the United States to coming into some cases like this? Well, we have cases like this in terms of what this is what's known as futile care and in futile care, which is being pushed big time and bioethics. I if a doctor if you decide that you don't want life support for your cell cellphone for your loved one that is a sacrosanct decision. But if you're receiving life support, and you want that life support, let's say you put it in in advance medical director or your family is saying no, we want this life support to continue their number this idea of futile care or futile care theory. That's not necessarily going to happen that it's doctors don't think the quality of your life is worth continuing to care for or pay for then doctors can say sorry. It's kind of like a restaurant saying we reserve the right to refuse service. Right. We have the right to knock you off of wanted life support. There have been many cases like that in California, including a baby's in fact in Spokane that was the baby Ryan case has happened. Some time ago nineteen nineties and baby Ryan was born with a very terrible kidney situation. They put them on dialysis. And then when they decided that he was not a candidate for a transplant. The doctors told the parents this is a quote, the time has come for your baby to die close quote. Well, the parents had no it hasn't. And they filed the lawsuit. Well, the hospital administration in the Spokane hospital. Turn the parents into child protective services for filing the lawsuit. Can you believe it? Fly that didn't fly, but they tried. And then I I saw it. Written in this in my book, I've seen the declaration. So the doctors they said that Charlie has zero chance zero was the term they use a being taken off of kidney dialysis, and therefore they wanted to be able to pull it because his life wasn't worth living and so forth. Well, luckily for Ryan, maybe Ryan this is baby. Ryan Nagoya in. Seattle doctor agreed to take care of the Spokane hospital. I'm Mike in the UK did not try to impede the transfer the transfer was made to the to the Seattle hospital, and guess what line was weaned off of the kidney dialysis and he lived for four years. I and he was not a healthy baby. But his parents had him. He liked to give high five, and none of that would have happened except for the the the doctors have their way. So in our our country. We do have futile care. I do not know of any cases yet in our country where a transfer that was obtained was recused. That has not happened. I gotta tell you this should concern anybody because by this standard of life not worth living is really troubling. And you've written about it a lot. But I've thought about it when I've walked through nursing homes, either see a family member of friend. Most of us who are sorta HALE and hearty, no matter what kind of shape. And as long as regulatory we could look around and say, boy, I would not want a life like this. But that's not my decision. Every single one of those people deserves to live in for the rest of us, especially what if these decisions are someday made by twenty five year old athletic types, who are completely fit completely. They kayak they go mountain climbing. They go skiing, and they they look at somebody sitting in a chair somewhere who's merely enjoys reading a book or talking with their friends. They'd say your life isn't worth living and they start to pull the plug west. I've got to go, but I very much. Appreciate the conversation..
"italian hospital" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A parked mercedesbenz car he smacks into the hood and then bounces off the windshield and goes flying you can see pretty clearly in the video and they sent him to the hospital they did all kinds of tests he walks away with cuts and bruises and was released from the hospital he's really lucky right so so he's a ninety five year old i'm gonna give him too much credit right but i mean if i my body slammed against the hood of the car video i would be i would still be in the hospital yeah i'm looking at video now so nobody else got hurt note there was a motorcycle against the car so i don't know if anybody was in the parked car or not yeah i think if that car had been moving they're probably be more damage has been imagine the conversation nonni italian hospital we can't lose the kuni i think that conversation at home when a mild like you're no longer going to drive motorcycle robotic come into here we can't lose the clooney talionis better than your and i never thought that could be possible what about the queen oh no donald trump is coming today queen look we got over there has been clooney bounce off the car hey look of life the worst accents yum man of i'm a man of four voices mind three bad impressions that i do so it's just part of the joy of doing this show dean you know that we continue with the.
"italian hospital" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"L m pd suzanne duval newsradio eight forty w h a s immigration protesters downtown louisville are facing another notice to comply after the group cleared walkways to comply with the americans with disabilities at lapd gave them a second letter not going anywhere we wanna make that explicitly clear we are not afraid obviously we know this is a topic and we're going to ensure that everything is up to the combined sasser rivera talking to wwl ky police say the protesters are now blocking metered and law enforcement parking spots meanwhile the trump administration will partially meet today's deadline to reunite some undocumented immigrants with their young children what are the administration zerotolerance immigration policy just over one hundred kids younger than five we're taking from their parents as the adults were criminally charged with illegally entering the country a federal judge set today as the target for returning those children and fifty four kids will be we are thrilled that more than fifty little children are going to be reunited with their parents says aclu attorney gillard when we have wanted more absolutely a federal judge says he is satisfied that officials are working in good faith to reunite immigrant families jim ryan abc news dallas and movie star george clooney has been released from an italian hospital following a motorcycle crash the fifty seven year old had been heading to a film set when his bike was hit by a car he reportedly suffered a bruised pelvis and leg among other injuries your next news update is coming at eight o'clock i'm healy henson newsradio eight forty w h a s kentucky on breaking news weather.
"italian hospital" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"And has been a patient there ever since doctors diagnosed generative neurological condition which they have not been able to identify definitively that's really disturbing alfi's parents in the hospital clashed over what should happen to alfie who had been in a semi vegetative state for more than a year his parents said they wanted to fly him into a hospital in italy but this was blocked by the hospital the children's hospital which said that continuing treatment was quote not in alfi's best interests so the hospital is deciding what these parents can do with their own child and deciding the death is in the child's best interest elder hayes children's hospital the nhl foundation trust went to the high court to seek a declaration that quote continued ventilator support is not an best interests and in the circumstances it is not lawful that such treatment continue on quotes but the kid continued to breathe after he was taken off the ventilator for days the starve him to death justice hayden began overseeing the case in december alder hey said scan showed catastrophic degradation of his brain tissue and that further treatment was not only futile but also unkind and inhumane but his parents disagreed and wanted to permission as a parent would likely do wanted permission to fly him to the beano guests who hospital in rome in the hope of prolonging his life the italian hospital which has links to the vatican suggested operations to help alfie breathe and keep him alive for an undefined period the judge said he'd make a decision on what was best for alfie if an agreement was not reached one of the dilemmas in his case is whether doctors are the right people to determine if withdrawing lifesupport treatment is in the best interests of a terminally ill child and one is for sure the doctors in a government run health care situation also are determining what's in the best interests of their system is it in the best interest for their budget to continue treatment they have finite resources and with those finite resources they need to you get to decide who you're going to treat and who you're not and i get that alfie is taken up a room taken up a lot of money and taking up all those other things claim these people's child and they they took him away what are the kids dead.
"italian hospital" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"And has been a patient there ever since doctors diagnosed generative neurological condition which they have not been able to identify definitively that's really disturbing alfi's parents in the hospital clashed over what should happen to alfie who had been in a semi vegetative vegetative state for more than a year his parents said they wanted to fly him into a hospital in italy but this was blocked by the hospital the children's hospital which said the continuing treatment was quote not in alpha as best interests so the hospital is deciding what these parents can do with their own child and deciding that death is in the child's best interest elder hayes children's hospital the nhl foundation trust went to the high court to seek a declaration that quote continued ventilator support is not an office best interests and in the circumstances it is not lawful that such treatment continue unquote but the kid continued to breathe after he was taken off the ventilator for days the starve him to death justice hayden began overseeing the case in december alder hey said scan showed catastrophic degradation of his brain tissue and that further treatment was not only futile but also unkind and inhumane but his parents disagreed wanted to permission as apparent likely do wanted permission to fly him to the bambino guests who hospital in rome in the hope of prolonging his life the italian hospital which has links to the vatican suggested operations to help alf breathe and keep him alive for an undefined period the judge said he'd make a decision on what was best for alfie if an agreement was not reached one of the dilemmas in his case is whether doctors are the right people to determine if withdrawing lifesupport treatment is in the best interests of a terminally ill child and one is for sure the doctors in a government run health care situation also are determining what's in the best interests of their system is it in the best interest for their budget to continue treatment if they have finite resources and with those finite resources they need to get you gotta decide who you're gonna treat and who you're not and i get that alfi's take it up a room taken up a lot of money and taking up all those other things these people's child and they they they took him away.
"italian hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Here in america isn't that a good thing and bernie said of course the problem is it's not permanent i saw that clip i tweeted out bernie's clips and bernie i agree and i've introduced legislation to make the individual tax cuts permanent join me and we can make this happen it's the right thing to do and my hope is republicans will bring it up we'll vote on it and we'll make the individual tax cuts permanent benefiting texas families going forward for years to come i'm guessing bernie sanders will not co author that with you absolute crickets chirping not a word from him apparently what he said on national television that wasn't actually meant for anyone to act on it that was just what you say on national television it's ted cruz dot org senator ted cruz republican the great state of texas we had a situation in the uk with a with a a baby named charlie guard we're the uk for some reason has the right to stop parents from seeking alternative treatment for their children who are going to die from their affliction there's a new story about a child named alfie that i guess there's some treatment in italy that might help this child italy has said bring the child let's give it a shot why is the uk stopping this family from getting this this treatment what's going on well it's truly heartbreaking alpha evans is a two year old child who was born in may of twenty sixteen and and he has a an illness he he's been in a coma and he's been on a ventilator and and italy is offered to take him in experimental treatment that that that that could save his life and his parents wannacry they want to try to save their son's life and the united kingdom is refusing to let the parents try to save their son's life is saying no he must die and in fact the united kingdom courts order the ventilator removed they remove the ventilator two days ago and and and and the the doctors predicted he would die within minutes well it's been two days little alfie continues to breed without the ventilator but but every minute he's at risk of passing away because you want to understand the consequence of socialized medicine the government controlling your relationship with your dr you're seeing it in the united kingdom with the government saying you mom and dad cannot save you cannot try to save your sons life the italian hospital has said they want to treat this child they want to save this child and what.
"italian hospital" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Had a situation in the uk with a with a baby named charlie guard were uk for some reason has the right to stop parents from seeking alternative treatment for their children who are going to die from their affliction there's a new story about a child named alfie that i guess there's some treatment in italy that might help this child italy you said bring the child let's give it a shot why is the uk stopping this family from getting this this treatment what's going on well it's truly heartbreaking alathea evans is a two year old child who was born in may of two thousand sixteen and anna he has a an illness he he's been in a coma and he's been on a ventilator and and italy is offered take him in experimental treatment that that that that could save his life and his parents want to try they want to try to save their son's life and the united kingdom is refusing to let the parents try to save their son's life is saying no he must die and in fact the united kingdom courts order the ventilator removed they remove the ventilator two days ago and and and and the the doctors predicted he would die within minutes well it's been two days little alfie continues to breathe without the ventilator but but every minute he's at risk of passing away because you won't understand the consequence of socialized medicine government controlling your relationship with your doctor you're seeing it in the united kingdom with the government saying you mom and dad cannot save you cannot try to save your sons life the italian hospital has said they want to treat this child they want to save this child and what.
"italian hospital" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Undeniably irrefutable red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara welcome in good morning sometimes you have editorial writers that just put the words together in the right way in national review did there the annetta to'real on alfie evans the twenty three month old child in great britain who has been hospitalized with a rare neuro degenerative disorder and against his parents wishes the hospital there in liverpool removed him from life support on monday evening saying that you know it's useless to hold on any hope whatsoever now you've got a pediatric hospital in italy in rome that's offered to treat him and arranged for his medical transport which is on standby the italian government has cooperated granted him citizenship clearing all legal and administrative hurdles in advance the plane is waiting great britain says now and they write here in national review doctors and liverpool forbid the child to be removed from their watch however and the british courts have backed them up holding out the possibility that at some point the parents will be permitted to take him home to die but batting down the idea that he will ever be allowed to leave the country the courts have offered no compelling or even plausible reason for blocking his transfer to the italian hospital we support the parents tom evans and kate james in the resolve to keep the case before the.
"italian hospital" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Undeniably irrefutable red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara welcome in good morning sometimes you have editorial writers that just put the words together in the right way and national review did there the annetta to'real on alfie evans twenty three month old child in great britain who has been hospitalized with a rare neuro degenerative disorder and against his parents wishes the hospital there in liverpool removed him from life support on monday evening saying that you know it's useless to hold on any hope whatsoever now you've got a pediatric hospital in italy in rome that's offered to treat him and arranged for his medical transport which is on standby the italian government has cooperated granted him citizenship clearing all legal and administrative hurdles in advance the plane is waiting great britain says now and they write here national review doctors and liverpool forbid the child to be removed from their watch however and the british courts have backed them up holding out the possibility that at some point the parents will be permitted to take him home to die but batting down the idea that he will ever be allowed to leave the country the courts have offered no compelling or even plausible reason for blocking his transfer to the italian hospital we support the parents tom evans and kate james in their resolve to keep the case before the public until the hospital correct its course and releases alfie so they can place him in the hands of medical professionals will provide care that the liverpool doctors will not defend their position which abe repeated in several decisions handed down since december british judges have merely gestured at the notion that they must supply an argument the parents for months they have reiterated that further medical treatment for alfie would not be in his best interest but if the rest of his life will be a short as they and his liverpool doctors say he has little bit to lose even if aerobic medical measures went awry and given the severity of his brain damage which has parents acknowledge official pronouncement about his autonomy is a non sequitur as it would be for any two year old child who is in need of medical attention for that matter judge justice anthony haden of the high court wrote that artificial ventilation wasn't salt and l fees dignity as if modern intensive care unit some cells were a barbarity the doctors in.
"italian hospital" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Uh cobble uh by the places of miles away from a day explosion area the sound of the explosion could be heard and uh i was there last night i went to the scene and it was absolutely a scene of carnage uh buildings have collapsed a glasses have broken and uh the figure we've got so far as 95 people have been killed in this attack and one hundred ninety one people have been injured uh throughout the night hospitals were flooded with the injure people uh and some of them expressed that they are absolutely unable to handle these many people the head of the emergency hospital in kabul italian hospital a cold yesterday's attack a complete massacre of the people in kabul zero going to bring my guessing the studio may be to pose a question to you about what dave reddin unseen about this mark vernon come in first with maybe a questioned his ear i made me wonder is there any normal life in kabul the seams leica intractable hope the situation that ultimately no one wins uh mark it's a cobble as has been experiencing a attacks like this but i mean obviously yesterday's attack was really really huge but that they're the people have been experiencing this uh for a long time i mean for the last fifteen years said the taliban have been attacking a lot of soft targets in different parts of this country uh but i can see that things are becoming more and more difficult the people have been trying to live their normal life i've seen a explosion scenes uh happening and then the next day you see people are cleaning shops are being rebel the their painting their schol send back on the normal business and uh but you know we are talking about 100 people killed yesterday this is not something that people could easily go about their business end and live their normal lives there are a.
"italian hospital" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"A lot of you been following this story we haven't talked about it as much as the morning shows talked about it but the story about charlie guard the he he didn't even make it to a yearold out of the out of the uk being diagnosed did an early age with a with a diagnosis at i think only sixteen sixteen kids across the sixteen people across the world have been diagnosed with charlie guard passed away today and just another week guard would have been one year old he was born on august four two thousand sixteen two months into a short life his parents noticed his health was declining he was diagnosed with metal contry all dna depletion syndrome a rare inherited condition that causes muscle weakness in loss of motor skills as charlie stay in a london hospital continued a legal battle ensued over the parents desire to move charlie to an american or italian hospital for further treatment his parents gave up their legal fight last week he was moved into a hospice care center earlier this week and has now died i'm john stolnis that story as this battle about charlie garden in the battle as parents have been going through has been a has been used in the debate about its private verses government healthcare because the way the health care is is run in the in the united kingdom the hospitals had their right no you can't take your kid to get treatment somewhere else you have to keep your kid year so we can then unplug your kid because we at the hospital think that is in your kid's best interests remember we were talking about death panels once upon a time when we were talking about the affordable care act and a lotta seniors were worried when they talked about endoflife care lotta seniors a lot of elderly we've got a little worried about the was that mean or the earliest start the biggest start denying coverage to those because they don't feel it's worth it now a lot of other people may have had that opinion even the doctor that wanted to treat charlie guard after he saw an assessed him said you know what uh i'll give.
"italian hospital" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And the trump administration we get the very latest now this live up to eight from cbs news cbs news special report president trump tweets would homeland security secretary john kelly as in as white house chief of staff meaning lines priebus is out cbs news correspondent stephen portnoy joins us live steven what's behind the shaka aides really moved its months in the making sam rights prediced who headed the republican national committee before taking the white house job was never really seen as someone who is particularly close to this president the announcement comes just as the new communications director anthony scaramucci who has a much closer relationship with mr trump went public with his feud with previous arriving at andrews air force base just a short time ago from a trip to long island the president told reporters raines is a good man john kelly will do a fantastic job is of course leaves a vacancy at the department of homeland security sam cbs news chief washington correspondent john dickerson by firing arinze paribas see it ratifies that view that the last six months have been chaos out of control and now how does it gets fixed and that's the big question going forward lagaan arinze priebus out john kelly in as chief of staff at the white house who steven portnoy john dickerson cbs news special report was emblad singer we'll have more on this coming up throughout the afternoon here on wbz's stay with us charlie guard the criticallyill baby at the center of a contentious legal battle in england has died in just another week guard would have been one year old he was born on august for two thousand sixteen two months into a short life his parents noticed his health was declining he was diagnosed with meadow country all dna depletion syndrome a rare inherited condition that causes muscle weakness and loss of motor skills as charlie stay in a london hospital continued a legal battle ensued over the parents desire to move charlie too an american or italian hospital for further treatment his parents gave up their legal fight last week he was moved into a hospice care center earlier this week and has now died i'm john stolnis there is a case of some missing bones at a site of a burial ground in philadelphia dating back into the seventeen hundreds known february construction crews working on a.
"italian hospital" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"In key public areas a federal grand jury in chicago has indicted a former commander of a mexican intelligence unit for allegedly trading secrets to who had drug cartel the indictment charges ivan razors altay with obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice his chicago attorney joe lopez as our saute will plead not guilty at his august i arraignment a complaint unsealed in april after ozaki's arrest in chicago contends he divulged the identity of an informant who mexico's as beltran live leiva cartel using intelligence given to him by us agents the informant was later tortured and killed lopez describes herself as a political prisoner and says his contact with cartel figures was a proper investigative technique he denies ours out ever unmasked and informant prosecutors in chicago have declined comment and charlie guard has died he was the eleven month old british baby at the center of a legal fight over the treatment of his rare disease correspondent john stolnis just another week guard would have been one year old he was born on august four two thousand sixteen two months into a short life his parents noticed whose health was declining he was diagnosed with might account real dna russian syndrome a rare inherited condition that causes muscle weakness in loss of motor skills as charlie stay in a london hospital continued a legal battle ensued over the parents desire to move charlie to an american or italian hospital for further treatment his parents gave up their legal fight last week he was moved into a hospice care center earlier this week and has now died i'm john stolnis now wls traffic is brought to you by smart sinus the edens right now out to lake cook 25 minutes inbound from lake cook thirty five if you're on the kennedy out to the junction thirty six out to o'hare one hour inbound from o'hare to downtown an hour and a half junction in an hour to the outbound side of the eisenhower to walk all forty minutes to thorndale fifty five inbound from thorndale to downtown and our fifteen wolf in fifty one stevenson out to the tristate thirty five out to the veterans toll fifty inbound from the veterans toll at the forty six minute trip and a half hour from the tristate in the dan ryan out ninetyfifth thirty inbound from ninetyfifth 20minute trip than do you suffer with chronic sinus infections facial pain headaches smart sinus can give you relief call them today at eight four seven nine six nine five thousand that's eight four seven nine six nine five.