35 Burst results for "Johnson's In"

Martin, Pulock help Isles top Lightning 3-2 to tie series

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Martin, Pulock help Isles top Lightning 3-2 to tie series

"Josh Bailey Matthew bars on men Martin each scored some inviolable stopped twenty eight shots and Ryan Pulock made a game saving play in the final seconds to secure three two islanders win over the lightning the game four victory evens the best of seven series at two games apiece as the series shifts back to Tampa Bay bullock made a diving stop on a last second attempt by Ryan McDonagh to keep the Tampa Bay defenseman from sending the game to overtime Bailey called it a special place in the patience to just stick with it yeah I think it was just a a great play by him coming game saving play obviously and huge rating point extended his playoff goal streak to seven games and Tyler Johnson also scored for the lightning Andrei vasilevskiy made twenty seven saves in the loss Christian Arnold Uniondale New York

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Three-Way Tie After Third Round of US Open

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Three-Way Tie After Third Round of US Open

"For the third day running Russell Henley has maintained a share of the lead at five under now joined by the Canadian mackenzie Hughes and the south African Louis is Tyson the former British open champion making eagle at his last hole of the day ricin D. Shambo kept alive his title defense hopes posting a third round sixty eight to join Rory McElroy next at three under just two off the pace Jon Rahm is in touch it to under Dustin Johnson isn't minus one and Brooks kept his flight back at even I'm grand like us

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Record Heat Scorches Southwestern U.S.

WBZ Programming

01:02 min | 2 d ago

Record Heat Scorches Southwestern U.S.

"Heat waves the number of heat waves across the United States per year when up from two back in the 19 fifties to about six. So it's triple the number of heat waves across the U. S. What that heat is not altogether unwelcome for everybody. Kovr TV is Heather Johnson caught up with the rafters in Sacramento, handling the heat wave with the raft and some friends. I love the heat, but sometimes like it's like 110, and I'm like I need to get away and go to the water of a celebrating her birthday on the river among Many hoping to beat the Heat was really hot yesterday. Hard today, so we just figured, go enjoy the weather get a little wet. Many businesses like this betting on customers looking to cool off. We look forward to taking on this busy summer along the Gulf Coast, Wind and rain tonight from a fast moving tropical system

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Perfection in Modern Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

01:50 min | 3 d ago

Perfection in Modern Motherhood

"Perfection. In motherhood learned from reading your book to my not surprise. Is that perfection. In motherhood is a very very old dictate take us back to where the history of mothering advice. Sort of well. I'll get us started as the historian in the group. So something that maggie. And i have talked about for a long time. Is that the expectations for motherhood have changed sort of bradley like today. You don't expect your children to know how to guide a plow agriculture society anymore but the expectation you will raise a certain kind of citizen is still in place and while that can sound like a good thing. The particulars of that have changed over time. They've gotten more and more intense and more more particular so now it's about what kind of education your child gets. How much screen time they have. What kinds of foods they eat or do not eat how they sleep where they sleep. There's all of these different questions whereas before the social project was more about getting people who could do the kinds of work that were valued in this society and to participate in certain ways. Certainly if you're a woman you weren't participating through voting for most of american history but the particulars have gotten much more intense over time. When you say maggie yes in. I were able to really dig into a lot of historical archives and kind of see where some of these messages began. And how they've either shifted or not shifted throughout history and just to have access to some of the messages that women were told in late. Eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds was particularly fascinating to me. Some of their struggles were very similar to mine in a lot of the questions that they had really resonated with

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After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Expected to Overcrowd National Parks

Tim Conway Jr.

01:24 min | 3 d ago

After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Expected to Overcrowd National Parks

"One way to ease back into traveling is to find a vacation spot with a little more space like a visit to one of America's 63. National parks. We sent Johnson vaguely Adi to California's Yosemite National Park, which is my favorite. That sounds like your sidekick Amber Johnson vaguely RD to get a bigger TRT and, uh, what was your last name Cannoli Big Adi Adi and Canola Johnson, vaguely Adi to California's Yosemite National Park, which is my favorite. We're here at Tunnel view, and you can clearly see how Yosemite became the muse for pain photographer Ansel Adams. This park has everything from dramatic waterfalls, two towering sequoias and iconic rock formations like El Capitan and half toe during the pandemic. National parks welcome roughly 237 million visitors. About what A year during the pandemic. National parks welcome roughly 237 Million visitors about a 30% drop from the year before. Those numbers are expected to go back up Yosemite preparing for I don't buy that number. I don't think that the national parks had 237 million visitors are in covid. So they say. Normally, it's It's 30% higher. That's normally 300 million. So it's basically the population of this country going to everybody went once. Every year, Right? That's the BS. I understand, Angel,

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'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#2)' ft. Combat Sports Insider Clubber D (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #19)

Ball & Buds

03:33 min | 3 d ago

'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#2)' ft. Combat Sports Insider Clubber D (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #19)

"I thought he was doing punch machine at all the bars or something like that. Other that whack-a-mole jabs not as is supposed to be referral like that. But anyways i mean give credit he trained with the charles brothers for this fi and those guys no joke down in That dallas fort worth area. You know david earl spirits. You know what i'm saying. They they were gonna call me off for training and booking podcast all connected roll through. Yeah man floyd floyd is the money man. Alright we talked about it and you don. I'm saying i sleep yearbook okay. I had to go to work the next day. Risley flying out of town. You know what i'm saying. 'cause you know on what took care of me but ain't got us looking at this on sunday. You know you think this is wrestlemainia. Something data world rebel. You know this. Sunday pay view wrestling can do it against boston can do it too. I mean none of that idea but moving forward. I don't know if more people will do it on sundays. People like to get wild and crazy. And i know dan boston's the next day. So they neither you know at least have an earlier. They do each having a little earlier. Maybe a six o'clock start time. You know saying but you know when you got to interim songs by a migos in whoever desi do was you know you gotta be. I guess you gotta be enough of that. So yeah forget about those bs fights. All the sites are really. Be as all these exhibitions. Just to make money for me. Whether looking paul the chad johnson bryan maxwell whatever. They're all just bs fights to make money so it doesn't really matter of money is made up anyways so that's another subject for another day and give me all the low down on your trip so after you left miami we sent you to arizona for ufc to sixty three so please sir tell me all about that event and how it was. I heard that you had an amazing time. And you were hanging out with some big wigs down there. Tell me about this all right back. We will see okay. You fool me all the way up to arizona stop. You know what i'm saying. I thought see suns game. They they handled business in denver. So i'm hanging out here with justin bieber in traded truth your summer celebrities there. You know our at intel justice. You know what i'm saying girl. She bill drink my shoes against we a problem Yearbook but anyways you know appreciate you senator out here But a move forward. I don't do a economy. You know what i'm saying. I need ba first. Class business class. So that whole back of the plane that for me but We'll we'll talk about that later. When when we speak offline but anyways this you'll see card was phenomenal. It was great it had no seats and all on how late it was. You know what. I'm saying the after party but it is what it is always the first fight. We had paul crank from scotland guy was he. He'll i drew mcintyre cousin. Coming out here. you know what i'm saying. It was this was like a mel gibson in braveheart came out with a with the pain on the way in him and into mel hill. Where we're going back to back talking junk to each other last night. We had a mobile silence. Of course wyman

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Quirky Midwest Museum: Pencil Sharpener Museum in Ohio

Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

02:19 min | 5 d ago

Quirky Midwest Museum: Pencil Sharpener Museum in Ohio

"Now we're talking museums today and not all museums are huge places with priceless works of art. Or you know passive historical relevance. Some museums begin just with a passion and collection and the pencil sharpener. Museum is one of those places today. I'm joined by karen. Raigmore moore the executive director for explore hocking hills and she is going to tell us more about this fascinating but we tiny museum. Karen thank you so much for taking the time to join me today thank you. It's a pleasure. We love to tell the story of the museum and it's kind of a fascinating thing. So can you tell people what this museum is. And the history and kinda the why well. It is the world's only pencil sharpener museum and it is a we little museum. It's very small building but it houses over thirty five hundred different pencil sharpener. 's to sharpener museum are the say they may descend may look the same. There's some difference whether it's color or shape a little bit of difference There's also one of the very first pencil sharpener. 's ever invented and we have the patent papers on display inside the welcome center but this little pencil sharpener museum which is the Paul johnson pencil sharpie museum named after the founder was relocated from its original location to our welcome center property in two thousand eleven so it was Originally position right. Outside of reverend johnson and his wife's home and kind of off the beaten path and i stumbled across it. Just when i was first here in the hockey hills. I moved here driving around some of the back roads to get a feel for the area. And i happen to drive by this little pencil. Sharpie museum and there was a sign out front. That said call this number. If you want a tour. So i of course called the number and reverend johnson was kind enough to give me tour just a a wonderful man who Over the years. I got to know better. He and his wife just stomach the best people you would ever want to meet

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Donated US Vaccines Arrive for Mexican Border Cities

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

Donated US Vaccines Arrive for Mexican Border Cities

"Mexico is just received coronavirus vaccine donated by the U. S. the US donated more than a million doses of the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine officials in Mexico say once those shots are enormous there won't be any reason to continue restricting travel over the U. S. border the US and Mexico of restricted border crossings to essential travel only since early in the pandemic the US shipment will be used to vaccinate anybody over eighteen in four cities along the border Tijuana Mexicali Ciudad Juarez and Reynosa about thirty percent of Mexico's adult population is already gotten Kovic shots I'm Rita Foley

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U.K., Australia Seal Trade Deal

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:15 sec | 5 d ago

U.K., Australia Seal Trade Deal

"Case. Prime minister boris johnson has agreed trade deal with his australian counterpart scott morrison. The new pact means dog british products such as scotch. Whisky and welsh lamb would be cheaper to sell to australia. But farmers are concerned about the

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Paris Jackson says paparazzi caused her long-term trauma

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Paris Jackson says paparazzi caused her long-term trauma

"The trunk of a famous musician is talking about some of the challenges he's been facing usually when you think of posttraumatic stress disorder you think about being triggered by the sounds of bombs or bullets for Paris Jackson the sounds they give her anxiety all the rapid fire shutter clicks of paparazzi in an appearance on red table talk Michael Johnson's daughter says she still has what she calls auditory hallucinations whenever she hears a camera fire or sometimes hearing the rustling of a trash bag Paris Jackson says she's had therapy to address the long term anxiety and trauma from being the much photographed child of a celebrity she talks about her issues at the red table with willow Smith the daughter of will and jade a Pinkett Smith red table talk airs Wednesdays on Facebook watch I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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The G7's Fuzzy Climate Pledges

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:39 min | Last week

The G7's Fuzzy Climate Pledges

"Weekend. Summit of the g seven has concluded on the matter of the pandemic. The blocks pledge was clear. Cut it will deliver a billion vaccine doses to poor countries over the next year but another priority was climate change naturalist sir david and broke had pressed for cooperation on climate in a video message to the gathering the decisions. We make this decade in particular. The decisions made by the most economically. Advanced nations are the most important in human history. Britain's prime minister. Boris johnson suggested the leaders at the summit would meet the moment. We were clear this weekend. Action has to start with us in the end commitments on climate seemed straightforward solid emissions targets. A move away from coal a renewal of an annual hundred billion dollar budget to the developing world to deal with climate change but campaigners found the outcome disappointing oxfam called the summit a colossal failure before in the history of the g. Seven has been such a big filing in contrast to what needs to be the g. Seven summit serves as a template for the world can expect from the enormous cop twenty six climate meeting later this year and on that score the blocks pledges leave a little too much to the imagination. It's encouraging that climate change was at the heart. As the communique that came out to the g seven yesterday catrine break is the economist environment editor. And certainly there was some very lofty words in their relation to climate targets. But what's disappointing is that. They were incredibly vague on detail.

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Frozen Envelope Draft of 1985

Conspiracy Theories

02:02 min | Last week

Frozen Envelope Draft of 1985

"The early nineteen eighties. We're filled with connick basketball stars. Magic johnson larry bird and kareem abdul-jabbar are just a few legends. That played during this era celebrity players. Thrilled fans with their incredible skills on the court but some behavior was not worth celebrating on august twentieth. Nineteen eighty the la times reported on multiple accounts of cocaine abuse by nba athletes. The general manager of the utah jazz even speculated that there wasn't a single team in the league that didn't have a drug problem new york knicks star. Micheal ray. Richardson had five. Documented stays at rehabilitation clinics new jersey nets. Forward bernard king had been arrested for cocaine. Possession has had hawks guard eddie johnson. Some estimates claimed seventy five percent of all. Nba players drugs. These habits culminated in the death of shooting guard. Terry furlough furlough died in a fatal car accident. In nineteen eighty an autopsy found ballum and cocaine in his blood. Substance abuse also made players vulnerable to all sorts of criminal activity f. b. i. File suggest that during the nineteen eighty one eighty two season at least three new york knicks players were indebted one of the largest drug dealers on the east coast. These debts lead the knicks to participate in point shaving or intentionally missing shots in order to get a particular score this way. Their drug dealer could place a bet on that score and because of the players cooperation he was guaranteed to win. It was the players way of paying him. Back drugs also wreaked havoc on the players. Mental and physical health stimulants like cocaine can increase in violent behavior. And in this era many players had an extremely physical style of play

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Macron Escalates 'Sausage Wars' After Saying Northern Ireland Is Not in UK

Coffee House Shots

01:41 min | Last week

Macron Escalates 'Sausage Wars' After Saying Northern Ireland Is Not in UK

"Despite the good weather and the com- see at not always been harmonious g seven summit in corpus bay. A row has erupted between boris. Johnson and french president emmanuel macron who in a heated discussion about sausages and post brexit trading difficulties reportedly said that northern ireland was not part of the same country as the rest of the u. k. The foreign secretary spoke to andrew more about the incident. So far as you're aware we've spoken to prime minister. I'm sure did president. Matra franz describe northern ireland's being not a proper full part of the uk when you forgive me if i don't divulge the The detail of what was discussed behind closed doors. This and actually i would. I can tell you there. Is you figures here in carb's bay but frankly for months now and years have characterized the woman that under somehow separate country and that is wrong. It is a failure to understand the facts. It is a failure to appreciate what speaking around northern ireland in those times and approaching the issue of the northern ireland protocol in those terms does causes damage to businesses from both communities in northern ireland. Creates deep consternation. And we wouldn't talk about catalonia in barcelona in barcelona or corsica and france in those ways. What we want now is a flexible approach which looks at all of the provisions in the northern ireland protocol not just those that protect the eu but those that protect free flow between trade between great britain and ireland. The ball is in the us court. The pm was very clear about it. We're willing to be flexible and matic. They must come back with the reciprocal goodwill to make

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G-7 leaders agree on vaccines, China and taxing corporations

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last week

G-7 leaders agree on vaccines, China and taxing corporations

"British prime minister Boris Johnson has underlined or Ralph of agreements at this weekend's G. seven meeting Johnson has announced the G. seven wealthy nations have pledged over one billion coronavirus vaccine doses the poorer nations off of them coming from the U. S. cooling is another big step tools vaccinating the world he also praised the unity of G. seven nations at least weekends copy space summit this is being degree of harmony I mean between the leaders of the of our of our countries and and if you look at some of these things they come together to to agree you know billion modus is unbelievable vaccines Johnson also spoke of the need for combined action to help the will recover from the economic impact of the pandemic Charles through this month London

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EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

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00:53 sec | Last week

EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

"Auction On the sidelines followed more of than the summit, a month British of Prime online Minister Boris bidding, Johnson and the winner met will with his be French identified and German counterparts, in a couple of weeks along just ahead with of EU the flight, bloc leaders more on than the 7500 issues. people NPR's from 159 Eleanor Beardsley has more. countries The two registered sides are locked to bid in an on escalating that ride. diplomatic feud This over is Northern NPR Ireland, news. the only This part is of the UK 90.9 that has a land w border bur with an e U member. in sports. The Republic Blue Jay of Ireland. six Red Sox The zero EU is threatening in the sixth legal at action Fenway of Now, Britain continues our forecast to delay partly implementing cloudy new tonight checks alone on goods in the upper coming fifties. into Northern Mostly Ireland sunny from tomorrow the rest low of the eighties. UK Chance They're of required showers under on the terms Monday. of the breakup, Mostly cloudy but London mid seventies says the checks, impose sunshine a burden Tuesday on businesses Chance and of threaten showers, the hard Low eighties won peace. and President sunny and dry Biden Wednesday doesn't and want Thursday to get pulled Upper into seventies Brexit but is concerned It is about 68, its potential now threat in Boston to Northern at 66 Ireland's peace were accord. funded by you, our European listeners Commission and by the had Corporation Ursula Thunder for Public Line Broadcasting, tweeted after a meeting private Johnson corporation that Northern funded by Ireland the American peace people is paramount and and that both Ural sides and must Pamela implement Moment, what thanking was agreed upon. the people who Eleanor make public Beardsley. radio NPR great NEWS

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UK-EU Brexit Spat Over N. Ireland Clouds G7 Leaders Summit

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

UK-EU Brexit Spat Over N. Ireland Clouds G7 Leaders Summit

"The post brexit turbulence between the UK and the European Union is providing an unwanted distraction and the group of seven summit taking place in southwest England British prime minister Boris Johnson told reporters at the summit that the E. U. one not paying full when it comes to post brexit talks on northern Ireland's let's see I think a lot of unnecessary interference a lot of unnecessary difficulties I think we can sort it out with good will see you is angry that the UK government has not yet put in place new checks on some goods coming into Northern Ireland from the U. K. meanwhile Britain says the techs are imposing a big burden on businesses and destabilizing northern Ireland's hard won peace Johnson the man to the blokes on pragmatic approach to post brexit talks he threatened to use an emergency clause to suspend agreed upon rules at the block did not compromise Karen Thomas London

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What is a "Cholo"

Latino USA

02:48 min | Last week

What is a "Cholo"

"You may remember this early. Two thousands hit song. Lean like a chill low by down aka or watch movies about trouble culture like blood and blood out three bottles dot goes full of garnell or american me to state is so lame paid for the game but you know where the we're solo really comes from and did you know that a solo and south america is not the same chiloe from the united states. I only recently learned that. There were charles in south america during a conversation with my partner who is peruvian american so i feel like proving really proud right and it's like even if you're a channel like at least for me and my failure. What do you mean like a lake. My dad was always like listening to wine. No or like speaking wa. Which i literally didn't but like gangster. No he wasn't a kinks turkey like Like barry indigenous were that poncho and like wanting a toll and indigenous people in peru johnson indigenous person for you yet. This was the first time i ever heard the word used to describe someone in a way that didn't mean hood or gangster immediately wanted to know if the from southern california and if the from south america had the same meaning and if so how did they come to mean such vastly different things. Where did the word originate. Who was first of california or the role of the andes in my search for answers a researcher. Dr couching rodriguez a professor in colonial literature. At the city university of new york its origins are uncertain. Some scholars of belief that it comes from the now our show logged. Which was the word for dog. Now it is a language of the. Sx bob one of the earliest mentioned of the word appears in common darius realities royal commentaries by the peruvian mystique so Inc other see lasso. La vega dot work day back to sixteen owned nine. He indicates their dad d. Word means dog and it was used in a figurative eurodif way by the spaniards to refer to this individuals of makes origins african and indian. But now he's apply differently is applied to almost any one that could be off mix

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"johnson in" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"More than six people out there were not so tara. If if someone is had johnson and johnson vaccine in the last week or two what should they be doing right now to sort of make. Sure they're okay if they start to feel some kind of way. Who do they call. Well i they should pay attention to their body and the symptoms and the symptoms to watch out for are really severe headache. That is just won't go away just a persistent headache shortness of breath vision or any kind of neurological Effects like that any kind of pain in the abdomen or the chest swelling or redness or pale or coldness in the arms or legs a seizure anything like that and any of these things that might happen in the twenty one days after getting the vaccine because if this is in fact the vaccine induced thrombosis pena than it is. The thing that's causing is the antibodies and it takes up to three weeks for your body to make those antibodies so these symptoms could start anywhere from a week to two and a half weeks after you get the vaccine. If you have these symptoms you should contact your primary care provider if you have one if you don't have one or if your primary provider you talk to them and they refer you out then you may need to go to an urgent care clinic or to an emergency department. Tear halley. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you very much for having me. Tear haley science journalist and author. And that's the show. Yesterday i made a small error on this broadcast. You've house minority leader. Kevin mccarthy a promotion actually said he was a senator and you heard that new rolled your eyes. You should really go. Follow me on twitter where you can just complain to me directly the first person to catch that mistake. I sent them a wet next button. Anyway go find me. I'm at mary's ask. What next is produced by. Carmelo shod elena schwartz. Daniel hewitt davis land and mary wilson. We submit our end of your reviews to ben and alicia montgomery and mary harris. Thanks for listening and one more thing ago. If you're wondering how sub stack newsletters became a thing gotta show for you what next. Td our friday show lizzie. O'leary will be here to tell you all about it. If you just stay tuned to this feet.

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"johnson in" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

08:12 min | 2 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis

"Help you. Sound like the smartest person in your group. Chats episodes drop every wednesday and saturday starting march twenty fourth. Find us by searching. I see why my wherever of your podcast. i hope. The children of america will show their parents how to get slate on their computers. And we're back. When federal health officials met this week to discuss the future of the johnson and johnson vaccine the company brought with them new data revealing a couple more patients who seemed to have developed clots after getting a vaccination. We don't know much about these people. Just that they are for the most part women and tara says that part it could be really important. That was absolutely the first thing. I thought of and i think a lot of people have noticed that in thought. Wait with the birth control pills. That's the that's the first thing. A lot of people wonder because at already boosts your risk of clots exactly. It's a reasonable question. And that hasn't they were of reproductive age. They were in the eighteen to forty eight age range so they're in the reproductive age however women in general how higher risk of blood clots and for this particular condition like the the quote unquote normal condition. If it's you know the one that's not necessarily related vaccines the women get it three times more than men and the reason for that is that we have estrogen and estrogen encourages clothing anyway. So we have a naturally higher concentration of a hormone that is encouraging of. It's why we also have a higher risk of plots during pregnancy so it sounds like in some ways. It's not surprising to you that these are women because it kind of makes sense biologically exactly. I mean that doesn't mean it can't happen in men in fact last night when i was looking through this there was one man who had this condition the cvs t in the phase. Three trial of the johnson and johnson trials. It was determined that the airline. Yeah he was a twenty five year old man and he had a cerebral hemorrhage and it was determined at that time that it was not connected to the vaccine. So i'm very curious that they're going to go back and look at that case and determine whether it was related because it was a single event in. That's that's the thing of people. Why didn't it catches in the trials. Well this is a one. In a million event you don't have a million people in a clinical trial. You're gonna find a one in a million thing unless you're testing millions of people. Yeah it's funny before we had a vaccine when it was still just an idea a possibility. I remember being conversation with someone and saying we have to kind of get our heads around the fact that if and when a vaccine comes out it's going to be like a giant clinical trial because we will have just had these smaller clinical trials that aren't built to really figure out what's going on here and i feel like that's a hard thing for people like dr anthony fauci to say out loud because there is so much hesitancy and there is so much worry already that this is getting out there too quickly but i do wonder if if you think we should have messaged it better or whether there's just no good way to say that out loud. I don't know. There is a good way to say that out loud and i will say public health messaging has always been incredibly difficult and and we've been getting better at it but we're certainly have a long way to go and part of the challenge is two pronged one is that people don't necessarily understand how science is an iterative process. It's not a body of knowledge. It's an ongoing sort of stumbling toward the light process of identifying knowledge which means that when things change it doesn't mean that like the science changes in the sense that like facts. Change it means. New stuff has come to light to paraphrase logic curse on this the dude i was thinking of the dude in You know the big lebowski new shit has come to light that the history of science right. They're new shit has come to light and that also happens in public health but layered on top of that is our complete you know inability to assess risks rationally. So i think no matter how they message that it was going to be difficult to convey. 'cause people don't think about the fact that we face risks every day of our lives no matter what we do every single thing. We do has risk yeah. Do you think about how what's happening. Now with jay vaccine is going to impact vaccine hesitancy like even globally even even beyond this particular shot. I don't know if it will be on this particular shot anymore than any other thing has but i definitely think it's going to play a role in how people make decisions. We already are seeing that with the astrazeneca vaccine to be fair with astrazeneca vaccine even though it was not it hasn't been authorized the united states. But it's been authorized many other countries in the world and they are seeing some hesitancy around that but that's also a result of poor messaging. There hasn't been good information coming from different governments and from astrazeneca itself. As to what's going on. I think they're doing a much better job with messaging johnson johnson vaccine. And saying okay. We're gonna halt this. We're gonna figure out what's going on so that we can get you the information and so on so forth but there are still going to be people who say whoa blood clot. that's scary. I don't think. I want to get that vaccine. If people do start shunning this vaccine for whatever reason is there enough of the other vaccines out there to get the. Us to herd immunity. There will be eventually maybe not right away. But i mean assuming the thing happens to the manufacturing facilities there will eventually and i know that they're ramping up production so i think there's going to be some people but i don't think it necessarily will be as big an impact as we think. I think there will still be people who want to get whatever shot they can. Johnson johnson's offer to them. That's the shot. They'll take if i were offered the johnson johnson shot right now for my kids and i didn't have the option of choosing a shot. I would still take that risk to be a win. The million chance is not something that i'm gonna worry about in a way. I've already taken that chance with them by having them get certain other vaccines that might have caused anticlimactic reaction My concern that the johnson and johnson vaccine becomes the vaccine of last resort. The vaccine that's going to people in prisons people who are on housed people who don't have choices and i could see that happening so easily i can too. I'm not gonna say it won't happen. I mean we've already seen huge inequities in how these vaccines are rolled out. So i don't. I'm not gonna pay any kind of rosy picture of how how these might I one thing i will say is if a particular community once a particular vaccine as a community. I think they should have access to the vaccine. Especially if they're in oppressed community that has not often had a lot of choice in in what kind of healthcare options they receive. It sounds like you're pretty certain that distribution of the john jay vaccine will resume pretty quickly. I think so yes. I mean afghan. Cdc been implying that this pause will only last a little while like a few days and to me. I thought about that. And i thought what can you learn in just a few days like what are you. What are you gonna get done in that time. That will be comprehensive enough to make sure you're not doing this all over again in two weeks. I think if this is in fact related to the same thing that was happening with the astrazeneca vaccine. I think that is the more likely i think that's the reason because they already have a basis for understanding it so i think there's two things at work here one. Is we think we might know what assists and if it's the same thing than we already have a good handle on it because we've been learning about it for the past. Three weeks of astra astrazeneca so we can transfer that knowledge. The second thing is it's still one in one point one million and if they find out in a couple of days that there aren't i mean this is people are going to be hyper vigilant about their symptoms right now and that. This is when we're going to hear a bunch of people that may have experienced this. Come out and say something and we'll be able to a pretty quick grasp on how if you know if this undercounted if there are.

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06:53 min | 2 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on The Daily

"Today. The decision making process that led the us government to suspend the use of johnson. And johnson's covid nineteen vaccine. How long it may last. And the impact it could have. I spoke with my colleague. Science reporter carl zimmer. It's thursday april fifteenth. Carl walk us through how. This very big decision was reached to pause. Vaccinations with johnson and johnson's vaccine in the us. Where does that story start. The story starts in europe with another vaccine. One that's made by astrazeneca. Astrazeneca is going into widespread use in europe. It's not yet authorized in the united states. And after a while the european regulators notice a few rare cases of blood clots which start to get them concerned so they begin to investigate whether that has anything to do with the vaccine with the astronomic vaccine. Got it so blood. Clots are a surprisingly common thing. Thousands of people get blood clots so just because people who get vaccinated get a blood clot doesn't really tell you anything in particular about whether the vaccine is dangerous and you have to take a closer look. And when european regulators took a closer look at people getting vaccinated. They noticed that. There's a small amount of people who are all getting the same unusual kind of blood clot. They were taking place in the brain and they were associated with very low levels of something called platelets and mortar platelets. Platelets are a component of the clotting process in our bloodstream. So when we get little wounds in our blood vessels platelets jump into the wound and basically create a little patch that allows us to heal. So that's good What's bad is when the platelets start to form a big clot which can then break loose and go around in our bloodstream. End up in dangerous places like in our brains got it and so what puzzled and concerned european regulators is that you had this strange condition where you had a combination of these particular kinds of clots with low platelet so they thought maybe we're looking at a rare but distinct and serious condition. Now it's not clear why in these people they're getting brank clots along with low platelets one idea is that all the platelets in the blood are going into these clots and so their level of platelets is going down. This is a hypothesis. That's coming out of the first studies of people who have gotten vaccinated with astrazeneca and have developed these peculiar blood clots with the low platelets. Okay so how do we get to johnson and johnson european regulators start to wonder if they could get some clues to what's happening with astra zeneca by looking at the johnson johnson vaccine because it's similar in some ways astrazeneca. They use the same technology unlike modern and so last week they start to look at data from the united states. Now i there isn't a lot of data that really points to something similar happening with johnson johnson. But over the weekend that changed by the weekend the cdc and the fda have gotten six reports that are very similar to what european regulators. We're seeing with astra zeneca. People who have suffered from this distinctive brain clot combined with low platelets. Six people out of seven million or so. Who got an johnson johnson vaccine. That's tiny but it's a pretty unusual combination. Also all of those six people were women and one of those women actually died of her blood clot and so that's started to set off alarms in the government that maybe we need to stop and take a close look at what's happening okay. And so how do us regulators who have been watching. I'm sure what was happening in. Europe with astrazeneca. How do they start to think about how to respond to this. Very small. six number of cases of blood clots in people who've gotten the johnson and johnson vaccine once these six cases had come to light. Governor officials got together and talked about what their options were and basically it came down to two on the one hand they could issue a warning another words. They could let doctors know that they had seen this incredibly rare but very serious condition. And just you know. Have doctors be aware that this is an issue. And maybe keep an eye out for it. Or they could recommend pause on vaccination and other words they would recommend that doctors vaccination centers and so on stop for now giving out the johnson johnson vaccine while they investigated further. Wow those are very different options. I mean one is essentially send the medical world a memo saying heads up. The other is far more significant at stopping temporarily. The use of the johnson johnson vaccine. Which of course should be very disruptive so what factors are influencing how they are considering these two options one important factor is that they were wondering how many more cases out there are there so they knew of six but maybe there were more that people just haven't reported yet right and so if they just give a quite little warning people might not pay attention to it but if they say hey folks. We're taking this seriously. That might spur doctors and patients and so on to get in touch and say hey. Guess what. I've seen the same thing or i've experienced the same thing. It's also of concern because there's some indication that some of the standard way to treat a blood clot with a drug called. Heparin might actually be bad for this particular condition. So you really wanna make sure that people are aware that there is a potential risk of just treating.

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07:36 min | 2 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on The Journal.

"And payroll could depositing the jj vaccine effect the us's ability to get out of the pandemic so there's a couple of different factors at play here which lead a lot of public officials and public health officials to be optimistic that the us is going to come out of this undisturbed. By this johnson. And johnson issue pfizer and madonna. Which have the other two vaccines authorized in the us. They've been really ramping up production. So even without the johnson and johnson vaccine we were getting into a really good place but the thing is johnson. Johnson's vaccine really filled some important gaps for people especially people in college or people in hard to reach areas or people in underserved communities. That don't have good health infrastructure now. What the biden administration is saying is that we're good that we don't need the johnson johnson vaccine to vaccinated all eligible adults. I made sure we have six hundred million doses of the are not of either johnson and johnson and or zanik enough vaccine fit is basically a hundred percent on questionable for every single solitary american. But if we don't have the johnson and johnson vaccine and it's unclear whether the fda will say we can't use it at all we'll have to see. but if we don't have the johnson johnson vaccine or it's used as sharply curtailed and that will really put pressure on pfizer and madonna to hit their production targets an on public health authorities nationwide all corners of the united states to have the infrastructure in place to deliver these amarna vaccines but even if the johnson and johnson vaccine can come back online and contribute once again to the vaccine supply the questions around safety which have been raised by his blood. Clotting reports could have lasting effects if you hear no matter how rare that use of the johnson and johnson vaccine causes blood clots. It's natural to think. Oh my gosh. Are all the vaccine safe. Am i really taking a life threatening risk by getting vaccinated now we know the answers are much more complex than that. The johnson and johnson vaccine is entirely different from the pfizer and madonna vaccines but the challenge for public health. People is to be able to communicate that to folks who are already hesitant to get vaccinated and so now we've got this situation where public health professionals and drug industry officials are walking a kind of tight rope where they're trying to emphasize that they are vigilant for safety. Mindful of potential issues with the johnson. Johnson vaccine well emphasizing the safety of the pfizer and modern vaccines and the need to get them. Johnson and johnson has said they're working with health officials to determine whether the vaccine is safe to use and on one level. Johnson johnson is no stranger to dealing with these kinds of crises. For instance back the eighty s johnson and johnson had to pull tylenol off shelves after someone tampered with pills lay someone's cyanide their efforts to restore public trust became a business case study in how companies should deal with the crisis in other ways though. This is very new territory for jane j. This vaccine isn't like tylenol product made for years and years. Jane j just started making vaccines a few years ago. The covid vaccine is one of their first. they're having to figure out how to restore trust in the product. That's new for them. That's a learning curve astrazeneca. The other vaccine facing blood clot concerns has struggled to overcome number of episodes where they've had trouble communicating results from their vaccine trials communicating and really confusing ways and that also can speak to a lack of experience right because the regulatory issues around vaccines can be different than the are around the kinds of drugs that astrazeneca has experience. And now here. We are with johnson and johnson. And we shouldn't say that johnson and johnson experience has caused a safety issue. That's not what we're talking about. But it will be interesting to see how johnson and johnson which doesn't have a lot of experience and vaccines. Handles this really important safety. Event going forward. How could johnson and johnson reassure the government and also the public that their vaccine is safe. If the fda does say that it can proceed. I think the challenge for the regulators and for johnson and johnson is how to talk about the vaccine and its risks after decision is made on whether we should go ahead with us. That's much different conversation than the one we've had where we were talking about. How these vaccines are generally safe. You may get a headache pain around the injection site. You might feel fluish fatigued and other flu like symptoms the day after you get vaccinated but the vaccine is generally safe. It's not the same as saying you have to be vigilant for life. Threatening blood clots lieu platelet counts and the stakes for restoring public. Trust in getting the j. vaccine back in circulation or high because says the moment that were in the pandemic means we need to inoculate people as fast as possible. Turns out that viruses are a lot like people or animals and a lot of ways that they want to survive and so if they see that their hosts people are getting vaccinated and developing immunity. They're going to do everything they can to try. And get around that and so we're concerned that the variance could evolve even further and become more elusive and the vaccines might not work as well against them. It's hard not to be afraid to win. You see that there is. This potentially very dangerous. Blood clotting issue that could happen if you take this vaccine but should people be at least reassured by process that the government is watching. What's happening. They are taking possible concerns seriously and that they are investigating this even if it is just a handful of people out of several million who've developed this. Yeah i think that should be one of the takeaways that the reason. Why we're seeing fda in the cdc issue this kind of statement so quickly despite all the concerns about what it will mean for getting people vaccinated and overcoming. Hesitancy is because they're trying to put safety first and public. Relations is not an overriding issue. I think what the fda in the cdc wanted to do but issuing the statement and recommending. This pause was just to alert. Everybody that if you've got the vaccine if you got it within the last few weeks and you experience any of these side effects you should tell your doctor right away. It's hard to tell people. Relative risk is gone in five hundred thousand or whatever it is right. Because.

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05:41 min | 2 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on The Journal.

"Johnson and johnson is a relatively new player in the world of vaccines as famous. And big as it is and as much as it stretches across so much of healthcare. Vaccines were always sort of a sideshow for the company before cove accompanied only dabbled in vaccines johnston and johnson during the bowl outbreak. Several years ago worked on an a bowl of accion but it wasn't really fundamental core to their business and when the pandemic hit johnson johnson to its credit for the good of the world. Decide to mobilize develop a covid nineteen vaccine. How did people react. When they heard that johnson johnson would be making a co vaccine even though they're not a big vaccine player there johnson and johnson when it was authorized all the folks in public health. We're really excited. Because unlike the vaccine's from pfizer the first two authorized vaccine. Johnson and johnson's vaccine is one dose. The other vaccines are two doses. The other vaccines have to be stored at really cold temperatures. Johnson and johnson's doesn't that's important because it would make johnson and johnson's vaccine much easier to distribute and so for a lot of public health folks especially those in more remote areas or at hospitals that lack of special refrigerator capacity or who didn't want to deal with the logistical challenges of scheduling second doses. We're really looking forward to the johnson. And johnson seen so people thought that it was going to be a key part of vaccinating all sorts of nooks and crannies of not just the us but also the world that's right but that hope started to wither over the past few months it started with another vaccine maker astrazeneca. A couple months ago. Astrazeneca's vaccine started running into problems. We started seeing signals. That blood clotting was an issue. I with the astrazeneca vaccine and the key thing to keep in mind is both the astra zeneca vaccine and johnson and johnson's vaccine use a similar kind of technology and that started to set off some alarm bells. We were all like that's very interesting. We're wondering whether there's a issue with johnson and johnson's vaccine to the technology that both these vaccines us is new. It's called viral vector technology viral vector. Vaccines have the same goal as traditional vaccines. But instead of injecting the patient with a weakened version of the actual virus uses a different approach the viral vector vaccines used genetic code dna and they insert that into a cell and they direct the cell to make proteins like the proteins that you see on that foreign invader the virus in other words. Viral vector vaccine takes a harmless virus. Like say a cold virus in spices dna from the threatening virus which then delivers instructions to cells in the body to help build up an immune response so in the case of the corona virus the dna codes for the spikes that jut from the surface of the corona virus and when the cells make these proteins than the immune system mobilize is so that once it sees these proteins it can mount a defense against them so was the pandemic sort of a first test for this new technology. It wasn't the absolute. I tasked but it was one of the first tests i would say. The technology was relatively unproven. So we're starting to see with these. Viral vector vaccine's use among far more people than we ever saw before. And that's why it's not surprising that there might be some safety issues that would appear in real world. Use those potential safety issues reveal themselves yesterday. When the cdc and fda announced that johnson and johnson would have to pause injections of its vaccine to investigate potential risks of blood. Clotting this made it the second. Viral vector vaccine to be called into question. So what's the theory at the moment. About why these viral vector vaccines could be causing blood. Clotting that we have a firm handle on exactly what's going on but there is a suspicion there's been some research that use of the vaccine somehow causing an auto immune reaction an autoimmune reaction is when you mobilize the immune system so much that goes out of control and it does things that we don't want it to do it. Attacks healthy tissue or things like that as regulators in researchers. Try to figure out whether there's a link between the jj vaccine the reports of blood clotting the country is grappling with what this possible risk could mean for the country's ability to get out of the pandemic. That's after the break. This episode is brought to you by adp whatever business. You're in growth isn't about working harder at adp. It's about getting stronger by turning data into insights so you can build teams that work teams by using ai to help catch payroll airs before their heirs and by keeping ahead of thousands of changing regulations. So you can keep ahead of everything else. Adp helps more than eight hundred sixty thousand businesses like yours. Grow stronger every day. Adp hr.

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01:39 min | 2 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on The Journal.

"Johnson and johnson is a company that's woven into the fabric of america it makes everything from pharmaceuticals to some of those well known healthcare products if you put on a band aid when you're a kid you were putting on a johnson and johnson branded product. A lot of people grew with their parents using johnson's baby shampoo and johnson's baby powder. So it's it's really part of how we take care of ourselves. Our colleague john rockoff at its health and science coverage and he says in the past few years the company's been trying to expand its vaccine business most recently with its covid nineteen vaccine but yesterday in abundance of caution we're recommending a pause and the use of the johnson and johnson kobe nineteen back the centers for disease control and prevention and the food and drug administration cases of blood. Clotting were found in a handful of patients who got the johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine cases of a rare and career type of blood clot all wing vaccine administration recommending. This caused while we worked together to fully understanding event and the fda and the we're recommending is that the sites that are administering the johnson and johnson vaccine. They just hold off and take a breather and wait on administering anymore vaccines until we can get our heads. Around this clotting issue the blood clotting cases represent an extremely small portion of the number of people vaccinated with the jj shod less than one in one million and. It's still not clear whether the vaccine caused the blood clots. But.

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07:30 min | 2 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"There has been a lot of concern. Following yesterday's decision to suspend the johnson and johnson vaccine over concerns of some clotting in about six people including one death so we wanted to check in with our virologist expert on whether or not people should be concerned joining us now is texas am. Dr benjamin newman. Good morning doctor. Logan morning we use surprised to hear the news that the us suspended. The johnson and johnson vaccine not so much and the reason is that it's pretty much the same vaccine of the actor and Vaccines When russia and china and so whatever problems you see pop up one. You're probably gonna see eventually pockock with all of them. And i thought know this is what i'm gonna be looking for on sure enough. That's what happens. Cac curious as to what. What is the difference between this particular vaccine. We know that you only need one dose a compared to the covert in the modern vaccine which haven't haven't shown much in the way of serious problems. Yeah a little different way out of their put him so when you put this seen in putting in is a protein coat that has a little piece of a inside. It'll eventually make you. I'm immunity to this protein. With the rene you're just putting in Basically the insides of without the protein shell. So it's like eating eminem with the skin on skin off basically shouldn't be a major difference but it looks as though we might be getting closer to an explanation for why Some people are reacting this way. So what is the. Why do you do. You have an explanation. Well not for me. it's There were a couple of papers published at the weekends. And what they are showing. This is for the astrazeneca vaccine. But since it's pretty much the same. I think eventually this is probably what they're going to figure out the johnson so in the people that had problems in europe it turned out that all of them had really high levels of what's coming harto and bossy like an antibody that you've made against something inside yourself to locate form of auto immunity but in a way that you wouldn't ever notice Makes it in a specific situation like this and what they saw is that yeah with that auto antibody against particular thing that's related to blood clotting There's a much higher chance of having this particular side of this particular time of clotting disorder. So i think that's probably what they may come across or johnson johnson. But they're doing the investigation right now. Still be interested to read what that shit who's we're talking with virologist dr benjamin newman at texas a and m. texarkana and we're talking about At the moment. We're talking about the johnson. Johnson vaccine now You know i. It is startling to hear that six people have had blood clotting problems and apparently one woman died but again we're talking about six or seven people out of a total of seven million doses. That have been administered up for people who have already received the johnson and johnson vaccine and they haven't had any serious side effects. Is this something they should continue to worry about or you can you say well. You're past the worry period Yeah so all of the cases that we know the side of the first two weeks generally between six days and thirteen days. If i remember correctly They are preceded by symptoms. Like headaches and i would say it may be worth Chattings with dr. If that's something and during that particular time periods but a lot of people wouldn't have headaches and they were almost all not related to this. It's okay though to check this out. And then what. I think. Eventually we may end up. Doing it. turns out that this is the case. There's actually a very simple test That can be To see whether a person has these auto. Antibodies and this is exactly what will be done if you had a heart attack from the hustle before they would give you in something like that They will do this test to see what you have a bad reaction to that and so we potentially have the tools to solve. This was going to connect up a few more. I was going to ask you about that. If there's any way to test people to see if they have this. I guess would you call it like a very or something like that. It's more yeah. It's just a sort of a one million thing that people randomly do and you wouldn't ever notice unless you injected the metabolism or it turns out this particular vaccine. There's nothing about this vaccine has in anyway like it. It's not the sort of thing you would ever think. Oh yeah these two obviously go together. It's just one of those weird things in biology where you happen to run into something and thankfully i think it may be something that we've already kind of mapped out so that would be really good. We've talked with you from time to time over the last year Just kind of checking in to see where we are in this war against covid nineteen with the dallas county. Medical officials are saying that They kind of hope that we might be able to get to herd immunity. Whatever that really is by mid june. How do you think the war against the pandemic is going. It's going better in some other places so we've got a little possible bump in the numbers In texas it's not a big rise. It kind of is nearing. What's going on the us as a whole where the numbers are up a little bit rather than going down steadily which is what you want But we do know that from the countries where the vaccine has been given to you. Sixty percent of the people The amount of virus that they detect that going down just like a stone. It's really wonderful to see so. I think we can get there. It may take Opening up the vaccine to children twelve to sixteen because that's a decent size population Challenged and i think with that. Yeah i think you'll start to see some results but it's all about Getting enough that seem to enough people now soon enough and we've done stories that they've seen an increase in kids. Actually getting this virus is it because more adults and older people have been inoculated. But the kids haven't been yet. I think that's part of it. I think could be part is also due to the variant test so the u k variant grows and higher amounts of. Everybody and i think the problem we ran into with kids before as they were probably getting infected at just the same rate as everybody else but because they would naturally control the virus if you have a little bit of the virus is often not enough to actually show up a positive test and virus that grows five or six times better with the uk burying. It does then all of a sudden that turns a borderline or you know. Just barely no into a yes. We can definitely see this. So i think it's just that the This one's a little easier to detect. Because it grows a little better. I dr numa thank you so much we really do appreciate talking with you and you give us some fascinating information and you explain it in a way that we lay people can understand and we appreciate that to all right all right. We'll talk again. There's texas a and m. texarkana dr benjamin newman viral virologist..

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"johnson in" Discussed on Post Reports

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08:16 min | 2 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on Post Reports

"Be a matter of day predisposed odd and they stressed again that this is an opportunity just to kind of take a step back take a deep breath look at the data and then make sure the healthcare community has time to learn what they need to know about how how to diagnose treat and report any incidences of this happening so it's hard to say for certain right now. I would be surprised if the us totally stepped back from the vaccine and the other thing that us health officials have stressed is that johnson and johnson is a relatively small part of the whole vaccination effort at this point. Less than five percent of the shots into arms actually have been johnson and johnson. We've got lots of pfizer and moderna doses. And then of course we have a couple of other vaccines waiting in the wings to be approved as well. I would love to talk a little bit more. About what the potential ramifications of this could be considering that there is a huge battle in this country to tamp down on vaccine hesitancy. There are still many people who don't plan on getting vaccinated in are worried about it and i would imagine that. This might contribute to that especially for a vaccine. That is easier to administer is one dose doesn't need like super cooled freezers and is the optimal vaccine for a lot of places that are harder to reach. How do we expect all of this to play out the announcement from the cdc did elicit some frustration. Today invokes who were pointing out that you know one out of every million people even if it was higher than that we'd still be way below the fatality rate for dying from covid nineteen. And so i think there's a lot of fear about the messages especially in a country where we do have a lot of vaccine hesitancy and even now we're starting to see initial hinson some States mainly southern states that they're already starting to get to the end of their population that wants to get the vaccine now. How vaccine sitting on the shelf. That people aren't asking for on the other hand. You know you can really look at this pause in this very say conservative approach to the vaccines as further. Reassurance that are public health. Regulators are very serious about transparency. Making sure that people understand and know about everything that's going on so that they can evaluate the risk themselves. So i mean. I would argue that this Should further actually increase people's confidence in the vaccine. But i'm not sure that that's how it's really going to play out among the american public. I know that we said this is incredibly rare. But i think that there are many people who are sitting here reading the news right now thinking. Oh my gosh. I just got this vaccine. Should i be worried. What if one of these incredibly rare cases happened to me. So what is the scientific advice for people about what they should be looking out for or face should be looking at for anything if they are worried about the side effects of the shot so this condition that we're seeing is called cerebral venus sinus thrombosis or v. as t the symptoms of this condition do vary but experts have said they can include headache blurred vision fainting or loss of consciousness loss of control over movement and part of the body and seizures. The difficulty can be that some of these symptoms that that can come along with. This condition could be symptoms for any number of things. Treatment of this specific type of blood clot is different from typical treatments for other types of blood clots which usually involve an anti coagulant called heparin re-rule venus sinus thrombosis. Heffer maybe dangerous and alternative treatments need to be given preferably under the guidance of physicians experienced in the treatment of blood clots. And so i would say probably. The normal medical advice would just stand there in that. If you're experiencing any kind of serious. I'm done that you should probably reach out to your medical provider. What's her motor co advice for people who recently received jj vaccine and may be concerned. If someone recently within days. I would tell them to just first of all. Don't getting zaid reaction because remember it's less than one in a million however having said that pay attention. Do you have symptoms headache. You have shortness of breath chest discomfort. Do you have anything that resembles a neurological syndrome. And obviously if you have something as serious as a seizure. That's pretty clear. But the manifestations of this are that headache is the very common component of it because the sinus thrombosis that they have is the draining of the blood in the brain and it will cause enough symptomology to make you notice. Just tell people to just watch out for not feeling very well Page at what is going to happen next in this wolf tomorrow. We're going to see this. Fda advisory panel which is made of independent experts outside the agency going to meet tomorrow to assess the cases and their significance. And you know this is the group that has been reviewing the requests from the various vaccine makers to get emergency use approval they've previously reviewed johnson and johnson's dada looked at pfizer's maderna's as well and so tomorrow they're going to be taking a closer look at these cases You know is specifically what happened in each case. And then i think assessing what the next step should be after this peach cunningham reports on healthcare policy for the post the story was produced by ariel plotnik just before two pm on sunday in a suburb of minneapolis called brooklyn center. The reports of a police shooting and the turned out to be a fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man that came as a result of a traffic stop. Kim bellwether is a breaking news reporter for the post. Police stopped dante right. Who's a twenty year old black man living in brooklyn center. An officer filed a single shot. And what we knew immediately from police. Is that dante who was in the car with a woman who we believe was his girlfriend. Drove a few blocks and then crashed his car He was later pronounced dead at the scene and his passenger was taken to a hospital but she seems to be okay. There was lot of questions immediately after protesters were gathering around. They want to know what happened. According to dante's family they initially said that he was on the phone with them when he was getting stopped he called me and he said mom. I've just been pulled over. I said for what his These are they pulled me over. Because i had air fresheners hanging in the review mirror. I said okay. We'll take them down. Dante's mother katie rate on good morning america and then he said he said well they're also asking for insurance. I said well when the police officer comes back to the window Give them the phone. And i can explain and give them all the insurance information he said okay and then The police officers came back up to the window and asked dante to step out of the car and dante said for what am i in trouble and the officers said. We're gonna explain that when you step out of the car. So and they asked them to put the phone down and at some point the line went dead. I tried to call back three three four times and then The girl that was with answered the phone. She said that he shot him and he was weighed in the driver's seat responsive officer asked her to heat up the phone and then after that the last i may be my son see them..

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"We believe in staying connected and you can see us wherever five g is helping transform telemedicine supporting remote education empowering mobile. Pc's the invention ages here. Learn more at qualcomm dot com slash invention age lopez senior correspondent. Vox tell us what is the future of the covert nineteen pandemic at least in the united states. Yeah i think. I would summarize it as three possibilities in the next month one is we do see a fourth surge of covid. The second is we see at rise in cases but not necessarily hospitalizations and deaths because of vaccines are protecting people and the third. Hopefully the pathway actually ended up taking is that there is no surge it all people are cautious and the vaccines rollout continues and we don't see a four search okay. Well let's go through those three possible scenarios one by one starting with the worst will end on the good one sure. The worst scenario is a four surge of corona virus Basically outpaces the vaccine efforts. We've seen so far. And i mean we're already hundreds of deaths a day. If there are more cases there are more hospitalizations. That could put us back in the situation. We were closer to to the winter or perhaps summer worth where potentially thousands of people could be dime from kobe today. and again this is this would all be happening right as we're entering the finish line so if we just hold out for like another month we could avoid all this. But but that's really the concern. Now if we see a rise in cases could there also just be afford surge later in the year like after summer. Let's say when people are heading back indoors. It's certainly possible like in but we're getting to the point where that's going to be extremely unlikely. Just based on the amount of vaccine out there like by the end of the week. It's estimated that at least half of americans will have at least one of their shots for the vaccine. I mean it's going be really hard to get sick from cova because vaccines are gonna be doing the work. Okay what about this other scenario this sort of not great but not terrible scenario the middle of road. Sure so one possibility. Here is we see a increase in covid cases but because so much of the population that's like really susceptible to covid. It's already vaccinated and they're going to continue getting vaccinated. Maybe there isn't a big uptick in data and hospitalizations. Basically thinking here is like the most vulnerable population is protected so we might see like an uptick in cases because are more people getting sick but but these people who get sick are going to get basically the milder end of the symptoms. Like it's not gonna be pleasant for anyone going through this. But the risks hospitalization and death as we know is much much lower among younger populations about eighty percent of. The dads are with an older demographics in the us. So if you imagine that that twenty percent is the only one getting sick. We're talking about a lot. Fewer people getting hospitalized and dine than was the case in the winter and last summer. okay. And lastly let's go with the best past what what's the best possible scenario here so the best possible scenario. Obviously people do not get sick. We see cova. Cases hopefully continue to decline and we just kind of see this this whole pandemic whimper out Essentially like we cross the finish line. We get enough vaccines out. There's never a force surge and we're good as long as the variants obviously can throw a wrench in things but as long as things continue as we hope they do with the vaccines than we might not see this. Four surgeon on a lot of people will be saved by the vaccines as a result. And do we know of that. Best case scenario involves vaccine boosters the need for additional vaccinations down the road for people who've even already gotten it. Yes so there's there's a few possibilities one is. I think that's worth emphasizes variant we so far with the vaccines. We have seemed to work against the variance. The question is there are more variants developed especially if the vaccine rollouts are slow and other countries. And maybe these new parents will require a booster just because they'll deliver the community. We have already in some way. The other possibility is the vaccines are. Don't last as long as we'd like so for some of the evidence suggests last at least months so we're we're all be good for at least a few months. Maybe even years we just we frankly just do not know how long these vaccines and their immunity effects are gonna last so yet but the that's an important question i mean. People are probably used to getting booster shots. Vaccines it's just. It's not out of the question that will have to do a for kobe. To which one of these scenarios are most likely heading to now. We don't really know the the us has seen a sort of plateau and covert cases in the past few weeks. And i mean we've seen spikes and some states we've seen continue decreases and others and it's really just an open question. I think the big problem here is we're talking about probably the most unpredictable thing of all which is human behavior and if people loosen up their precautions so they stop wearing masks. They start going into risky indoor spaces again then. Yeah we could see a a four surge before this vaccine rollout really finishes and another Another big factor here is how quickly this vaccine rollout goes any on how long this johnson and johnson pauses for example may we could see a slowdown in in vaccination rate may be other problems could come up in terms of logistics and getting vaccines out so we also need to on top of like people. Keep up the precautions. A vaccine roll out has to continue going as well as it has an improved hopefully and while we seeing a lot of good news across the country in vaccinations are ramping up in ways that as you rightfully pointed out we couldn't have really expected just a few months ago things also looked kind of sketchy in some places like talk about michigan for a second. Nowhere is the corona virus roaring back more fiercely than michigan and tonight an alarming number of cases in the state. Nearly as many now as there were during the worst of the pandemic michigan's problem seemed to be that people have eased up too quickly and interns like social distancing masking but also a lot of the problems stem from knocking getting vaccines out like certain segments of the population quickly. Enough and the reason that that might be like a little more hopeful than it was before like these are fixable problems for so much of the covid pandemic we've seen and it's like i don't know how do we get people to start falling precautions again. Is that something. Policymakers can really do something that public health officials can actually do in this case. It's a matter of really getting vaccines out to the populations. That are now being hit quickly. And if you do that in other states might be too late to really. i mean. we're already seeing a surge in michigan so it might be too late to really solve this there but at least in other states you can look and say like yes. We need to improve vaccine rollout. And if we do that then maybe we can avoid the michigan scenario. And if we avoid the michigan scenario and if today's news even is in too great a setback. How close are we to some semblance of an end to this pandemic at least in the united states so the good news is the end is definitely incite. Now are like we have these three scenarios. But i want to emphasize the really are short-term again talking maybe next month maybe the next month or two at the current vaccination rates were administering about three million doses. A day that's enough to vaccinate the entire population by july july. If we do our part we do this together by july the fourth. There's a good chance you your families and friends will be able to get together in your backyard or in your neighborhood and have.

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"Going to shape the narrative around the shot. We're gonna pause this show for a minute and.

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04:31 min | 2 months ago

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"Be giving j. j. two dudes at this point so again. I think that this is sort of thing that Ac bowl discuss Tomorrow like is there any data actually points towards you being able to say this is the population or a subgroup that is more likely to be affected and therefore make recommendations this is literally the job of asep they make recommendations about vaccines who should use them. What you should be careful about now. Are they going to go. You know T shirts. I've a way to sell it if that's what they land on. But i i don't think it makes sense for the fda to come out and say you know this is going to be a dude's only vaccine today before they've even actually investigated the cases and they have so little information because if it turns out that in fact you know it's safe and effective for ninety nine percent of woman which very well may be the case. You come out today and say this is a dude only vaccine. Then you're shutting off the chance to use it for women in the future and we know that the jj vaccine is particularly useful in situations where you don't have the ability for cold storage or you have populations in whom it'd be much harder to get them to shots sit. There are specific benefits to the john vaccine including the fact that they're selling it for not for profit which makes it a particularly appealing to certain countries. Where i think it'd be premature to just be like this is not for women somehow. Get that message out and then later have to scramble to retract. Actually it's okay for almost every woman. Yeah yeah i feel that. Sorry new republic writer. But i mean talking about this vaccine and the bad presents beginning i mean there is this thing at the baltimore facility where fifteen million doses recalled and destroyed i mean is there coming back from this or is the johnson and johnson vaccine just gonna be forever tainted as this lesser problematic. Thing i mean you could ask the same question about the astra zeneca vaccine right now which has gone through a lot of stumbles. There is more information tonight about the oxford astrazeneca vaccine those reports about rare cases of blood. Clots we do start with news coming straight from germany. Several cities have suspended. The use of the oaks food astrazeneca covid vaccine for people under the age of sixty authorities in the republic of ireland of recommended temporarily suspending. The use of the astrazeneca vaccine want investigations are carried out. Partly the reason why the fda ncdc are moving in the way that the artist because this is a very similar type of rare side effect that was seen with astrazeneca vaccine And they are both kind of in the same class vaccines or both called it in a virus vector of vaccines as a the vaccines. And so i think that gives them more reason to feel like this is a real signal as opposed to something totally random And because it seems like there might be a similar mechanism so you ask like what is going to be the effect on jayjay ready that there has been increased. Hesitancy in a bit of a taint on the astra zeneca maxine. But.

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07:54 min | 2 months ago

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"Explained i'm sean rama's firm and we got big vaccine news from the federal government in the united states today. The recommending states pause johnson and johnson. Vaccinations after finding out about some extremely rare cases of blood clots one person's in critical condition and one person has died to explain. I'm joined by caroline chen healthcare report propublica caroline. Wyatt recommend pause. Here yes so. The initial cause for the pause today is because of cases of a very rare type of what lot which is called cerebral venus sinus thrombosis. Which one more time. Yes cerebral venus sinus thrombosis or cvs t and this was found in combination with low levels of blood platelets which is called thrombosis tepania. And it's this combination together which is a very rare event. That caught the attention of the cdc and fda. Thank you all for joining us this morning. The fda and cdc announced that out of an abundance of caution were recommending a pause and the use of the johnson. johnson. Kobe nineteen vaccine. Okay and you mentioned rare twice. How rare is it very very very very very rare which is so far. They have data from six reported cases in the us out of more than six point eight million doses of the john jay vaccine that have been administered. So about one in a million okay. And though we know there's six cases out of like six seven million that doesn't necessarily mean they're only six cases to be fair right yes to be fair part of the reason why the cdc and fda are taking the action that they are today and calling attention to this is because they wanna make sure that they're aware of all the cases and there might be providers who have seen climbing cases in the past few days but not realize that could be coming from the vaccine however this is different from saying it would be an order of magnitude off that were missing because that would definitely show up much more evidently In ers and in doctors offices if this was happening at a much higher rate what. I'm saying is. It might be just like a handful more so if this is indeed so rare that you might be more likely to get struck by lightning to have these side effects. What's the justification for pausing. The use of vaccine entirely would surely will raise hesitancy among people. Who are maybe scheduled to get. The johnson and johnson vaccine later today. Yeah i think this is an extremely good question. And one of the things that the f. d. a. and c. said today in their press conference was that part of the reason why they decided to go for a pause. You know instead of say continuing to investigate the cases while vaccinations go on is good that there was time for the healthcare community to learn what they need to learn about how to diagnose treat and report so normally. When you see a blood clot you'd give anticoagulant so the most common one is called heparin but in fact in this case if you give those drugs to people it could cause them to get worse or even be fatal again. This is super rare but what they wanna do is told the medical community. You know if you see a clothing event you really have to think an ask about vaccine history take a platelet clown. Count a know that what you would normally reach for. Might not be the right course of treatment here. So that's what. They kept stressing that they wanted to be able to have time to tell the medical community. How to diagnose treat and reports such cases if they come up. The other thing that i would point out is at this point in time the j. vaccine is a very small percentage of supply I think it's about five percent of the supply that's available in the. Us sure it was part of their calculus that if they were to put a pause right now. It's not like all of a sudden. Most people cannot get their vaccines right now. The large bulk of what's available is medina advisor. And so i really don't think they're making this decision in a vacuum. You know if this was february and we only had one vaccine available. Maybe the fda would have acted differently. But i think they are taking into context. You know what. The current situation is So so what does this mean practically for the states. I mean the federal government is advising. They pause this particular vaccine. Does this end up slowing down. Vaccinations stateside and abroad. Yes so you're on a number of questions in there and so why is that This is a recommendation from the cdc and fda it's mandy and so it is up to the states to decide what to do now. What we've heard so far is that you know a a whole bunch of states. I've seen already this morning Have said that they are going to follow federal guidance. And i think it would be pretty surprising to me if a state would go against both. Fda and cdc recommendation at this point in time. The second thing is that the fda did say to the. They're hoping to resolve this issue in days so they are aware of. You know not taking away. Time from the vaccine rollout. They're gonna you know. Bring together their expert panel which called aset tomorrow to discuss the cases and then i think some of the options for what they could do is add a warning on the provider. Factsheet a drug label but to give providers more guidance One of the questions. I asked this question this morning at the press conferences off wondering if the fda has any chance of any population or medical history. That may first person to this. Rare side effect Or even if you have a hypothesis on that at this point and they said this is janet woodcock. I believe there are too few cases for us to make that determination for this particular vaccines and we will look further. The as we'll have deliberations tomorrow but we aren't prepared at this time to single out any particular subgroup. So i think when you ask how this is gonna affect the vaccine roll out. You know if this is resolved in a couple of days and you just add some guidance for providers. I don't think it's gonna be a big impediment to the vaccine. Roll out on the flip side if they take much longer and there's continued confusion about who might be at high risk. I think it could have a greater impact. just on overall vaccine hesitancy specifically for the j j. What if you already got the j. shot so let's start again with the numbers so it's been reported cases out of six point eight million so i think people Tend to gravitate to fearing that. They are the one in the million case. I like to remind you if you know everybody cannot be the one in the case. So your chances are very very low that you would be One of those cases what the has said to look out for is if you see the vaccine and develop the beer headache. Abdominal pain leg pain or shortness of breath. You should contact your health care provider and medical treatment however if you're like more than a month out from the j. vaccine nothing has happened. The chances become infinitesimally. Small that there's something for you to worry about. All six of the cases at the federal government is paying attention to here. Were women women of a certain age. If i'm not mistaken is that right. Woman under fifty is what i now. A writer at the new republic said. I'm no public health expert. But from what. I've seen the clotting is needs study but since it only affected women he wrote the right move would have been for the fda declare the j. j. the dudes only vaccine and then print t. shirts that say it takes a real man to handle this johnson. Should they just.

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08:11 min | 2 months ago

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"Some fifteen million doses of the vaccine more than twenty two percent of americans are now fully vaccinated against the virus. Nearly fifty percent of people over the age of eighteen have received at least one dose of any vaccine pfizer and madonna. Do their maxine two shots several weeks apart and those two companies are far ahead in terms of distribution more than eighty and ninety million doses compared to about seven million from j. and j. This news broke today. Wall squawk box was on the air with angers. Joe kernan andrew. Ross sorkin and melissa will kick it off with andrew to give you a little bit more color. The report is framing this as a recommendation that the federal government is going to make this recommendation to states which will have which will be able to make their own decision about what to do but government itself will stop administering this vaccine at all federally run vaccination sites the federal officials expected the state officials will take that as a strong signal to do the same but of course this raising lots of questions about that vaccine. We should tell you that. So far at nearly seven million people have taken that johnson johnson vaccine roughly nine million more doses are being shipped out to states as we speak so considered a setback setback in the nation effort when it comes to his and everything else. It's going to raise more questions. You saw the news. Johnson johnson was the batch that they can use it was not manufacturing. Then you've got the similar clotting issues with with with astra zeneca over in europe with with that vaccine where the numbers of that have been administered. stirred are huge millions. And you're talking about ten twelve. Eighteen clotting incidents that are concerning. Because it certainly doesn't look like it's just background but they decided over there that the benefits of not getting cove it outweighed the risks and with johnson and johnson. Recently you've also had a couple of instances where they weren't clotting incidents but they were adverse reactions in a handful of people and you had actual discrete locations that stopped administering the jay from. I think it was kind of like the allergic and a flak the situation with j. so not an isolated incident but this obviously what would be the most concerned. But you're talking about really set what you said it under seven million administered and did you say six and you said six cases of a rare cases a of what seems to be very rare situation nonetheless. When you start to think about the idea that we're we're jabbing three four million people a day and clearly to make the numbers to get rid of this as quickly as possible and to end this pandemic taking those vaccines j. Vaccine out of circulation of course is going to be a huge setback to those types of numbers and the type of success rates that we were looking for It's also gonna put put more pressure. Of course in the supply chain of pfizer and madonna given that those are going to be now kind of interesting kind of interesting that the new technology the untested technology that everyone sort of raised eyebrows. What are you. What are you using a mess. Darnay technology that madonna adviser pioneered. These other ones astra zeneca and johnson and johnson. These are the more established at least for now people thought. And maybe you get a better t. cell response with some of those. They thought initially there was. You know people were. I think you know at least questioning the mess. Darnay delivery system more than some of the classic ways of doing it and just weird that some of the problems are with the the old Linebacker if you wanna call them pros now. The dow that's amazing down the hundred sixty points just to put a little more color on this. All six recipients That had problems were women. Between the ages of eighteen and forty eight years. Old one woman died in a second woman in nebraska has been hospitalized in critical condition and it is those cases that have created this concern by federal authorities and that appears to be a why at least for now. The government is putting the pause button. if not more than that and we'll see on this j. backseat but as c. Or a futures are going to session lows. We saw a tick lower and features as we saw johnson johnson shares move lower moderna shares are actually higher. Perhaps in the back of this but andrews. you had mentioned. there's a couple of impacts here. In terms of the vaccine rollout largely in how taking that johnson johnson vaccine out of the mix will impact the speed of the roll out at also. You know what role this news plays. And vaccine hesitancy for the people who were already on the fence about getting vaccinated. What sort of impact will this have of their decision to get vaccinated or not. Include be a setback for the reopening on any level here. And so we're seeing a little bit You know in the features. We're looking at the reopening trades the cruise lines for instance are trading lower. Ross watching the airlines and of course the futures as they start to take lower here in. Jj such a great reputation corporate reputation and it was a one dose so there were people that said i i'd i'd i'd like to get the no one could people you get whatever you could. I don't know. I think maybe some people would have astra zeneca. Maybe i'd say maybe i'll hold off and do a pfizer john j. but it's This is this is a setback for Obviously for the whole program but for j. j. in particular such a you know establish the in all the way back to the way. The company handled a previous problems. Way back in the past. Remember the kids in college. Study how they handled the tylenol recall on the phone with us. Dr kavita patel. Nbc medical contributor. And a fellow at the brookings institution. And i know it's early and it's great to have you because you you actually are practicing physician. So the ad no a vector that j. j. is using has been used on a lot of different vaccines in the past dr patel so a lot of people took solace in that that it had been a tried and true method. Is this surprising that this is happening with with this particular Vaccine covid vaccine. It is surprising. And just as we're getting an emerging team. Fda issued a brief statement with more details later today six cases that there scrutinizing which seems similar in detail looking at further detail to cases that we've seen similar to astra zeneca where it mimics kind of what we what we call heparin induced from inside a pina which is just a complicated kind of clotting mechanism that has not seen with to your point. Kind of the virus vector vaccines. I will say this. It's it's shocking and hard to believe that there is such a strong link of causality that these vaccines cause these class. But you know again. I guess i would only to people who've had the j. and j. vaccine the only solace i would tell you is that the six cases it appears still trying to work through details but it appears that these plots we're seeing you know early and so this is something that I i know that. I actually have patients scheduled to date to get the vaccine but were pausing all around the country and i. It's gonna be hard as we see more supply visor and madonna to walk this back. If you look at what's happened in the rest of the world with astrazeneca this is. This is a devastating blow to the j. and j. vaccine to.

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01:54 min | 4 months ago

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"Died of asphyxiation. After officers pinned him to the ground while restraining him and tiger woods has been a serious car accident. Stay tune for all. The latest vaccine. Production is ramping up leading to growing confidence that every american who wants to get vaccinated buy this summer. Pfizer said tuesday that there will be three hundred million doses by july and madonna said the same though both vaccines require two doses per person. A third vaccine from johnson is awaiting authorisation and the company's vice president of medical affairs said on tuesday that j. j. hopes to supply a hundred million doses of its single-dose vaccine by the end of june patientsafety reporter. Karen weintraub has more on that time. Line should be shots available next week for the john. Jay vaccine in the us trial jj found that its vaccine is seventy two percent effective in the united states less effective in latin america and in south africa where there are variants circulating. That are there's still some protection from the vaccine and it looked in the early days. It looked like there was full protection against really serious disease. So as paul off it likes to say it will keep you out of the hospital and out of the morgue but you may still get sick so so it's impossible to really do a direct comparison between the j. vaccine and the pfizer biontech and moderna vaccines the latter two were tested earlier in the pandemic at a different phase of the pandemic And so you can't really say that one is better than the other but the jj vaccine does seem to be pretty effective. The biggest news is that it is a single dose. You don't need a second dose at this.

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03:09 min | 4 months ago

How To Play Poker Responsibly

"Sparingly. I have no problem the idea of going off a little bit. Do whatever you want but you want to make sure that you have systems in place such that you cannot go off all that hard but a lot of people they decided. I'm going to go to the casino this weekend. And i'm gonna take the bucks. I'm gonna play some blackjack or some poker. And i'm going to have some drinks with my friends and it's going to be a party. They go there. They start having their party. Everything's fine and dandy then get tilted for some reason either because they lose some money quickly or perhaps because they win money quickly and they think they're going to run like god next thing you know five hundred dollars vanishes. They go to the atm. They get out five hundred more that vanishes thousand advantages that go and they get a credit card loan or whatever they do is they charge them seven percent big. They lose that next thing going off the bender down twelve and their life is in the gun so this situation where you have to make sure that does not happen so so so essentially you wanna make sure that you do not have the ability to get that first loan. Maybe you have to have a little bit of barriers in place where you know like your cap two drinks or one drink. You know what. I mean like you need to figure out where you really start to go off the deep end right and if you never get to that point where you really start to go off the deep end. Then you'll just be fine right like I know jonathan little can have one glass of wine no problem but we don from the last two glasses of wine search get on the border once he s three all bets are off doing often event. And that's not where you want to be unless of course you have. Your one allotted go off time per month or whatever. You wanna call it right and like johnson's right. Don't bring your your debit card at the casino. Yeah exactly right like if you go to the casino and you know you have five hundred dollars to play with. And that's it you don't need your credit card. You don't need your debit card. You don't need any of these things now. Of course you may get out there and lose their money not having any money to get home or something like that. If you're going to be doing something like that. I mean not. Now get one hundred dollars on your wallet to car ride home or whatever you need but you don't set yourself up to where it's easy to go off. I personally have never gotten credit casino. Even though they're always trying to give it to me why have. I never gotten credited casino. Because i know they'll give me a whole lot of credit. And i don't wanna lose or have the potential to lose a whole lot of money even though it would make life a little bit easier to know it could go to the casino and they just give me one hundred k now. We had never have to take money to the casino right than wire it to them or whatever after the fact so it's not worth it. I don't want to have that tiny possibility that in some world i ended up going offer a whole load of money for no real reason. Even though i know that's not even meet right. Like i know that's not even but i recognize good.

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"johnson in" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"johnson in" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Earnhardt seven-time champion jimmy johnson. It's hard to describe him in one word. Like king or intimidator. We do with those two guys but i think all the way back to nineteen ninety seven. That was my first year calling races on mr in radio. But i also still did some track public address announcing back in those days. And i was working in. Asa event at southern national speedway in kinley north carolina. Not all that far from my home. I was over there doing before the season. Finale was the north carolina. sweet potato. four hundred believe it or not. I remember it and i remember being introduced to this young driver. They said yeah. Keep an eye on this guy. He's only made three starts. This was his fourth start in. Asa as a matter of fact he's only his fourth start on pavement in stock car and they introduced me to him down in the pits. And i just said hello to him. And i thought okay is any other young race car driver trying to make his way up the ladder okay. Whatever but as i look back on that it's it's hard to imagine how far jimmy johnson had come but To meet him. They're driving for her dog. Motorsports in one thousand nine ninety seven. It was impressive. It really was an ice decent drive. He didn't do anything remarkable in the race but to see that name pop up a few years later to run in what is now. The nascar explicity series. I thought okay. Well this guy. I remember his name and as we all do so many new names that come along especially back in those days with the asa series but To see what. Jimmy johnson is evolved to coming coming from the offroad racing the trucks out in the desert of southern california and then the south west for that matter to where he is now. It's just unbelievable from barre vermont. It is dave moody my most memorable moment of jimmy. Johnson's career two thousand six sylvania..

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"johnson in" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

14:28 min | 1 year ago

"johnson in" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Get it and I could talk on and on about it and I'm going to for a second. Lauren has a friend that reach out to me after seeing me posts about it on instagram. And she said she got it as a Christmas gift because it was something that she was thinking about for awhile and her mom got it for her. She found out through it that her levels were a lot lower than she is than the normal twenty nine year old and this changed her plans with her boyfriend And ended their you know their journey to a child into this world? So it's important guys way. Chad do you have a porn name or an only fans name. Is that a thing on all these fans. I already have a porn name. Johnson Chad Porn. No Johnson Chad. So what do you? How do you respond to people who are actual porn stars and them saying that you could never be a formal porn star? I saw a bunch of those comments online and I was like you know people were. I would never hire him for like doing stuff. And I'm like I don't fucking want or need you to hire me. I make ten times. What any porn star makes I make ten times those company like why would they qualify? Just because like you work with a studio your porn star like what makes them have scale. That is different than yours. You don't want them to call me and I gotTA show up so I can choose something for grand like I said a fucking make that before. Breakfast is so much more money. In what undoing. An with my full long term plan is a show. We have shown works right now. Actually have a meeting thirty minutes after this ends About producing the show right here. Executive producer hosts so that works. I want to know more about that but I was actually really curious to know. I mean Chad I worked with you before. Like on alert. I've vineyard producer before. Are you producing the storylines? 'cause the thing that people love about porn different storylines a video you sent over. I could tell. There's there's different scenarios are you sort of producing and directing people and is at your plan when you with the Corn Palace. I mean the.

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