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"lancet" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

05:11 min | Last week

"lancet" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"These last couple games before all sort of breaks. So ending on the right note is definitely huge. I mean, the planning gets good teams and not every point matters now. I think we've climbed to the top of the standings in our division. That game, but you know, there's gonna be a lot of teams trying to knock us off the top, so I think one of those games is who's Ryan Donato scored twice. He and the kraken host the defending Stanley Cup champion Colorado Saturday night. Gonzaga's 75 game home basketball win streak was snapped last night with a 68 67 loss to Loyola marymount. Seattle U stayed undefeated in the western athletic conference with an easy win over tarleton state. Washington won its third in a row in the PAC 1275 72 at Colorado and Washington state fell to Utah. A couple of Saturday NFL division football playoff games coming up, Jacksonville at AFC top seed Kansas City, the NFC one seat, Philadelphia home against the New York Giants. Sports was Schwartz at ten and 40 after the hour, northwest news radio. The newest variant of COVID-19 is increasing the odds that you will contract the virus or maybe re contract it. Medical reporter Liz bonus with the story. If you had a previous infection of COVID-19, the new ex BB 1.5 is likely to infect you again. Researchers say it's all because not only is it one of the most highly contagious variants, it appears to be able to escape immunity even in people who have had four doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. As variants have become more and more adept at transmission, meaning how strong they bind the inflammatory cells. They as part of that mutate away from producing antibodies. So that means when researchers in the journal lancet infectious diseases looked at how well ex BB 1.5 could be neutralized, this newer variant is like an escape artist from the traditional way of vaccine attacks a new variant. That raises the odds of infection. But public health provider, doctor Steve fagan says, don't let this deter you from getting a fourth shot or a booster. If you haven't had one yet. They may not prevent transmission of infection, but they certainly prevent or reduce the severity of that infection. And that's where we are for this pandemic. This is just one more reason many healthcare providers say we do need to continue to research an annual shot against this virus. It would track the virus as it changes each year just as we do with the flu vaccine now. I'm medical reporter Luz bonus. An Alabama man spent years taking care of his neighbors. They never knew it. Brook walker owns Geraldine drugs. He was really having a ripple effect on our community and he had no idea. Hody childress was an air force vet and farmer in Geraldine, known for his humility and kindness. But what people didn't realize is for nearly a decade, he was also donating $100 a month to the local pharmacy to help neighbors in need when they couldn't afford their own medicine. He handed me a Beal and it was sold it up. I couldn't see what it was. He just said the next time that happens, I want you to use this to help them out and I want it to be anonymous. I don't want to know who you use it for. And I don't want them to know my name. I just want you to tell them that this is a blessing from God. Brooks saw firsthand how hoodie's generosity helped so many people before he passed away on New Year's Day at 80 years old. And he almost took his secret with him, only revealing it to his children shortly before he died. 'cause those more today than this one store. Daddy done a lot for everybody. It's made us want to carry on what he's been doing. Cody's children also told us the way their father lived made them want to be better people ABC's will reeve reporting, it's two 14. We'll check your traffic every ten minutes on the fours from the high performance homes, traffic center. Let's check in again with Kimmy Klein. Just hearing of a new stall in Seattle north down 5 approaching Michigan street in the carpool lane not much of a backup so use caution, sell by the struggling from just south of northgate all the way towards I 90 were an axe has been in the gore point and something's going on in linwood. I haven't found a picture of it yet but south and I 5 is really suddenly slowing down from the 405 interchange to just past 44th avenue west, so I'm definitely thinking we got something going on use some caution around there too. We have an accident in the bottle area that has T rod 5 two 7 alternating at one 92nd. It's been there for a while now, so a serious injuries are involved there. South on four O 5 rolling slow through downtown Bellevue past cold creek Parkway than your heavy again up to the south center hill and really slow again from one 6 7 all the way towards south center that hole, south center area is really starting to compact traffic wise, so I'm keeping an eye on that and the valley freeway is struggling now south of algona to almost 24th in Sumner. Your next northwest traffic at two 24. And the forecast sponsored by northwest crawl space services, sunny today, sunny on Sunday and Monday, but on Saturday we're expecting some rain. Should be off and on through the day, but when it's all said and done, amounting to about a quarter of an inch of precipitation. Right now in Seattle clear skies, for the most part, a couple of clouds still hanging around on the horizon

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"lancet" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:40 min | 5 months ago

"lancet" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We sincerely hope that's not true. But it's not just the conclusion of one scientific journal. The lancet, maybe the most famous scientific journal in the world, release similar findings in February. The lancet's piece was entitled quote risk of infection hospitalization and death up to 9 months after a second dose of COVID-19 vaccine. A physician called Kenji Yamamoto made this observation with the data from the lancet. He wrote this in a letter to the journal of virology, and we're quoting. The study showed that immune function among vaccinated individuals 8 months after the administration of two doses of COVID-19 vaccine was lower than that among the unvaccinated individuals. I mean, how do you listen to that? How do you listen to that and not grow concern? And again, to the lefties and the whole garbage fact check or crew out there. You know, we've started we ignore you can call me whatever you like, a conspiracy theorist. I'm just telling you as a man, whatever. You know, anti science. I've heard it all. It's all off. But the fact that you're disregarding mine and others legitimate health concerns that this thing, although I believe produced by some people who, especially in office who had good intentions in mind, may not have resulted in a really super effective product. You gaffing it off and pretending like we're a bunch of idiots for being concerned about our health going forward, but this thing inside of us. You're not doing yourself a lot of favors, man. Let me tell you something. You can only hide science, not the science, because science isn't a law. It's a process. The science implies that it stops when you say it stopped. Science is a process. Science is a process of truth and gathering truth and replicating the results and determining what truth is. If some injuries with this product continue to come out and its efficacy continues to weigh in so substantially as it has now. And you are the ones on the other side of this U2 and liberals and even swampy Republicans pushing this into people's bodies. You're going to have a lot to answer for in the future. As science starts to tell Americans the truth. Biggest mistake of my life, health wise, was getting that thing. And no problem telling you that. I'm embarrassed by it. I'm just the guy make a lot of mistakes, but I gotta tell you, I knew my instincts and my gut were to wait. Or to wait it out, and I didn't do it. I dropped code a little bit as we used to say in my prior line of work. Don't drop code, man. Don't hit the bed with an ess in front of it. Should have calmed down and just listened to myself. Big mistake. All right, take your calls after the break a four four four 8 four three 8 7 two. We'll be right back. Larry elder here. I want to talk to you about Tom in Texas, who wrote in about his experience with 100% drug free relief factor. He's in his late 80s now, and he's one of those really active guys to sometimes hear about, ride the bicycle works as a flight instructor. Not all that long ago, he thought he might finally have to stop. Lower back and hip pains were after him all the time, it seemed. He'd heard about relief factor, but it took some convincing for him to try it. He was skeptical, lots of people are before they've tried relief factor, thank goodness he did because Tom's pain is gone now. My friends and I take relief factor hundreds of thousands of others have tried it and about 70% of

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Monkeypox can spread to pet dogs, doctors report

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Monkeypox can spread to pet dogs, doctors report

"Health officials are warning people who are infected with monkeypox to stay away from household pets since the animals could be at risk of catching the virus I Norman hall The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for months has had the advice in place But it gained new attention after report from France published last week in the medical journal lancet about an Italian Greyhound that caught the virus by sleeping with its infected owners CDC disease ecologist Jeff dodie says such contact should be limited We obviously recommend that people don't sleep with their animals if they have monkeypox and reducing other types of close contacts such as hugging snuggling kissing and licking in that kind of thing The CDC says pets that come in close contact with a symptomatic person should be kept in home and away from other animals and people for 21 days after the most recent contact I Norman hall

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"lancet" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:27 min | 7 months ago

"lancet" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Activist. Yes, we are trying to make abortion illegal around the country. It is just something that needs to be unthinkable and needs to be illegal. I guess the ultimate question is, what do you say to someone like mason deshaun and others who have the same position? What do you want to tell them about today's ruling and why you think abortion should still remain legal in this country? Look, the majority of people still believe that roe should be the law of the land and I expect that number to actually grow over the coming coming weeks. We know that people do not want politicians from lawmakers to be making these decisions for them, private decision. And so people who oppose access to abortion, they have every right to not have an abortion. They don't have a right to tell me or anyone else. What we should do with our own bodies. So in the immediate days ahead, what is the most urgent priority for Planned Parenthood? In this moment, what is the plan? Our priority remains the same, right? It is getting care to patients and patients to care. It is around trying to support them with travel, getting me appointments and even still, as you know, we're looking at eventuality where we're looking for 24 states to absorb the abortion care of 50 and that will mean that some people will be forced into pregnancy. How concerned are you now that there will be a lot of women, a lot of people out there who will now be seeking unsafe abortions as a result of this ruling. I think that's always a concern, right? When you take away access to care to providers that people will turn to alternative methods. We will support and educate people around methods of self managed care and also recognize the fact that many people because they are vulnerable will be preyed upon with other information and bad actors. I don't know the journal lancet. The medical journal as it's covered just a month ago, the fact that women will die throws overturned women will die. So of course we are concerned about what will happen. Yeah. And in terms of the long view, I mean, what happens to the abortion rights movement in your mind? How does it reshape after something like this? The abortion rights movement will continue to fight. And I think it will become stronger than ever, right? It means that we have to go state by state restriction by restriction ban by van. And I think we're clear, right? That this isn't just about abortion. We see it in laws that are being introduced in some of these anti abortion states. Laws that are trying to criminalize IVF and IUDs and emergency contraception. We should all be alarmed at the length of each stream length that the opposition is going to control our bodies. And so we will continue to fight all of those restrictions until everyone is ready. Alexis McGill Johnson is the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood federation of America. Thank you very much for your time today. Thank you. Our time

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Lee Strobel Did a Deep Dive on Near-Death Experiences

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | 11 months ago

Lee Strobel Did a Deep Dive on Near-Death Experiences

"Walk us through some of the questions that you were trying to answer in this movie. Yeah, I wanted as someone trained in law and journalism. I wanted some corroboration with the Bible says. And so I explored an area that explored an area that I was really skeptical about, which are near death experiences. I thought these were over hyped, I thought it was from fraud involved, some people claim they died and met Jesus and these 5 foot ten real nice guy. I can't confirm that. I can't corroborate that. I reject that. But I learned that there are 900 scholarly articles written about near death experiences published in scientific and medical journals over the last 40 years. This is a very well studied area. In fact, the lancet, which is a famous medical journal in England, carried an analysis of near death experiences that concluded that none of the alternative explanations account for this phenomenon. So I looked at cases. Because the Bible says, in a couple of places, for instance, the apostle Paul says to be absent from the bodies to be present with the lord. Jesus told the repentant criminal on the cross. Today you'll be with me in Paradise. So the Christian conception of the afterlife is two phases. One is the first phase. He said occurs after we are physically dead, in which our spirit, our soul, our consciousness, continues to live on. And we live on either in the presence of God or away from God in Hades. At the time of Jesus return and the consummation of history, we are reunited then with our now resurrected bodies, we go through final judgment, and then we spend eternity in a very physical place, whether it's heaven or hell. So I need you to know, is there any evidence from near death experiences that indeed our spirit, our soul, our consciousness, does continue to live on after our physical demise. And what I found to my shock were a number of cases that we deal with in the book and the movie where people saw things or experience things or heard things during their out of body experience that would be impossible if it wasn't authentic.

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"lancet" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on WTOP

"It is being called a global problem violence against women There's a new study from around the globe from the lancet medical journal that tells us more In the biggest ever study of its kind the authors estimate one in four women has experienced sexual or physical violence at the hands of their male partner and the evidence drawn from two decades of international surveys suggest domestic violence can start as early as 15 with a problem having worsened during the lockdowns the authors argue an urgent global public health response to intimate partner violence should be part of post pandemic reconstruction efforts Vicki Barker CBS News London You are being warned about another waste scammers try to take your money particularly if you collect jobless benefits The scammers are out to get your unemployment insurance benefits Maryland state police and the Maryland Department of Labor unemployment division say the scammers reach out via text email or phone call Their goal is to get you to enter a user ID and password onto a fake website And then use that to divert benefit payments to their own bank accounts Police say if you do receive an email or text that appears to be from the Maryland Department of Labor do not click on any links John Aaron WTO P news so here's what it's come to even putting something in a public mailbox is not a sure thing Montgomery county police are urging you not to put things in blue postal service mailboxes outdoors and Bethesda and Silver Spring People's paychecks and other males have been stolen from those boxes You're now urged to put your mail in collection boxes inside post offices where presumably crooks will not be able to steal the mail Coming up here on WTO in money news Is there still a huge gap in pay between men and women at several high profile companies and why happy hour may be a little more sad if you drink Heineken Stay with us I like fresh eggs as much as the next guy but maybe free range chickens in the office wasn't a great idea We should just use easy cater breakfast lunch treats on time and has ordered And I bet they never preen their feathers in the conference room without reserving it first There's a clipboard outside the door You put your name It's not that hard guys Some food just doesn't work at work but easy cater just does Food for.

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Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Early treatment could tame peanut allergies in small kids

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Author Lee Strobel on What Near-Death Experiences Tell Us

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Author Lee Strobel on What Near-Death Experiences Tell Us

"What is in this book, the case for heaven? This is your discussions with people who have seen who have experienced these kinds of things. Yeah, I interviewed neuroscientists, for instance, and others on the question of what a near death experience is really tell us. Because I was a skeptic about this. I thought no wait, they're just hallucinations. That's just oxygen. Even as a Christian, you were a skeptic of that stuff. I didn't think that the science supported. I thought, okay, I can't believe what the Bible says, but certainly near death experiences are just mythology and make believe in wishful thinking. But what I learned was that there have been 900 scientific articles written about near death experiences over the last 40 years and published in scientific and medical journals. This is a very well researched area of science. In fact, the lancet, which is the famous medical journal in England, did an article that said that when you look at all of the alternative explanations for near death experiences, oh, it's oxygen deprivation. So none of those explanations explain what actually takes place. And then I interviewed John Burke for my book. John Burke is a Christian pastor in Austin, Texas. He has studied a thousand near death experiences over 35 years. And his conclusion, which was radical to me, is that when you look at the core of what happens in these near death experiences, yes, there are some differences. But look at the core of what actually takes place. Don't look at how people interpret it, but look what actually occurs, it is consistent with Christian theology. That was very important to me. And you mentioned the word corroboration, and I'm with you. I mean, you know, when somebody tells me, oh, I died and I met Jesus and these 5 foot ten is brown eyes. I may go, okay, well, I can't corroborate that. But when we have a study that was done of 21 blind people, most of them blind since birth, who, during their near death experiences, could see for the first

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"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"One of the efforts in the center for health and the global environment is to set up core competencies for our students. What do they need to understand around climate change and health? To ensure that the masters and the PhD students who come through our program, focusing on climate change come out with core competencies. And more broadly, you can start thinking about core competencies in medical school, for example. To make sure that people are prepared, not just for heat waves for vector borne diseases changing their range for the kinds of shifts we're expecting. That have already started with the health risks of a change in climate. So that education training component is really critical. And as I mentioned, I just talked about the heat dome, also thinking about technology changes. And there's a wide possibility of technology changes, not just for heat for heat, of course. If you have a heat wave, how are you going to cool people down? But you need to think beyond that, there was a heat wave in a northern part of Canada, several years ago. And one of the hospitals had to shut down its operating rooms. Because they couldn't condition the air sufficiently for the operating room. What happens to your operations when the temperatures are really high? And Portland, the plan was during the heatwave that people could take the city tram. To some of the cooling centers that the city had to shut down the tram parts of the trans system because the temperatures were so high they were worried about the metal rails. Right, and so they could safely run on those. So again, this is all of society. You have to start thinking much more broadly. And then in the long term, how can we shift to different kinds of materials, different kinds of technologies? Do we need some new technology development that means we can continue to protect people and hotter temperatures? You know, you mentioned north of you, Canada. I'm sure well aware of British Columbia just declared its third state of emergency this year because they got the 500 year once in 500 year flood a couple of weeks ago. Two days over a month's worth of rain, some of the photos were truly frightening. So with that I would like to I do this on occasion and I feel it's maybe helpful here. What questions did I fail to ask? Or what else would you like to note as a closing comment professor? I think that might be useful. There's very low awareness of the fact that when we look at the mitigation policies and technologies, almost all of them have benefits for our health. And if you add up the avoided hospitalizations for reducing exposure to outdoor air pollution, for example. From changing diets that people only need as much red meat as their doctor recommends. And you add up all of those benefits. They're more sometimes the same, but often they're more than the cost of mitigation. So mitigation.

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"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"Components. One is a heatwave early warning and response system. But you know what you're going to do when there's a heat wave. Right. And I'll talk about those more in a moment. The second part of the heat action plan is preparing for a hotter future. I live in Seattle. We have a lot of cranes downtown. There's lots of rebuilding. And this is where it's up to the city, but the city has changed regulations over the years, which were in terms, for example of earthquake preparedness. And so it's possible to set up regulations that all buildings have white roofs that all buildings over certain size have green roofs that you can think about your building.

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"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"Ambient temperature. And know what they can do to help protect the people who live there. Do you have an area where they can go in that facility that's a lot cooler where they can cool their core body temperature down, make sure they drink sufficient fluids. They're simple things like taking what towels and putting them around your neck to help cool that area of the body that helps cool down the core body temperature. So there's quite a wide range of actions that can be taken to protect people, but you have to know about it to be able to take those actions. Right. Yes, thank you. Since you mentioned air conditioning earlier, I did want to pick up on this. So we do know worldwide, the sale or use of air conditioners, the units are growing tremendously. But this is a plus and minus certainly. I mean, the plus is obviously specific populations, of course, can benefit. But of course, this just increases energy consumption. Of course, greenhouse gas emissions generally. So it is problematic as much as it is a solution to the problem. I'm assuming you would agree. Here's a very interesting paper again from professor Olly Jay's group of university Sydney. I believe the first author's last name is hospice. The paper is an analysis of where in the United States during very high temperatures, people would need to have air conditioning. And the answer was, in most places in the U.S., except for the desert Southwest. That it's possible to stay cool during hot weather by doing simple things. I mentioned the towel around the neck, when temperatures are very high sitting in front of a fan, for example, and putting some water on your skin so that the water evaporates. And that really does cool people down. Same idea as cities like Phoenix have misters out on the sidewalk. And you know how that cools you down? Yes. So there's ways people can cool down during heat waves without having to have air conditioning..

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"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"On top of that, when people have air conditioning, those units don't excess heat out into the environment. So this is a combination of issues like air conditioning, but just the basic materials. And the density of those materials in cities means that cities are often several degrees hotter than the surrounding countryside. And that's called the urban heat island. Right. In fact, there were studies out recently or earlier this year, rather, that looked at some urban urban settings and Baltimore, particularly, had a substantial difference in urban Baltimore compared to surrounding Maryland. And it could be quite quite substantial 5 to ten or more degrees. A difference. And of course, we're a society that our country that is increasingly urbanizing. So it's further to the problem. Let me ask and I should say relatively outdoor workers. You know, one of the and you mentioned kidneys, of course, one of the problems is chronic dehydration. Outdoor workers. And I was going to result in eventually kidney failure, kidney problems. So it can be quite serious over time, particularly. Let me go to you mentioned the second article in the series. And as I read, again, the fine print, these were, moreover, researches in Australia, I believe, and you mentioned the lead author, Ali J, and I'll just read the title, reducing the health effects of hot weather and heat extremes from personal cooling strategies to green a city. So this is more of an applied piece, it discusses heat action plans or cooling strategies, so let's work through a few of these, for example, the one I was particularly noted obviously for healthcare purposes, as they do discuss or identified aged care or senior living facilities and relative to what they can do, and then there's some generic responses to this, certainly, of course, advanced notice or warning relative to a heat domes or heat extremes..

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"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"There were more than a thousand excess deaths, a thousand people died that would not have died otherwise. There was lots of other impacts of that as well. And so our motivation was to bring this information together in a way that would be useful for researchers for physicians and for others to help protect health as we see these very high temperatures. Thank you. These first two articles are preceded by an editorial. She well aware and in it, the common is was made that in high income countries heat is one of the largest weather related causes of death, and relative to bring this to the attention of the medical or healthcare community. There are numerous surveys. I'm sure well aware well studied on these that show only a small fraction or percent of medical schools, for example, include climate crisis health effects in their curriculum, so obviously this I think this work is personally, I think, I think many people would agree sorely needed. So let's go to this or let's unpack the problem here. And first let me just ask polymerase question, such that people understand it can appreciate this. You do note or spend some time in your article, introductory, discussing the physiological responses to heat stress. So you could just provide the listener overview of what those are. When we think about heat, the concern is primarily with our core. Anybody who's done, for example, Pilates exercises understands your core. And the cells and the organs in our core operate within a pretty narrow range of temperatures. And our bodies have a wide range of mechanisms to try and keep that core body temperature to protect our heart or lungs our liver or kidneys. Within this fairly narrow range. And so yes, there's a range of mechanisms for all, for example, familiar with sweating when it gets to be too hot..

"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast

"EBay to discuss the lancets recently launched series titled heat and health, professor E B is the lead author of the first article in the series titled hot weather and a heat extremes health risks. Professor E by welcome to the program. Thank you for your interest. Professors ebi's bio of course is posted on the podcast website. On background in a recent World Health Organization report published as prior to the cop 26 meeting entitled the health argument for climate action, the authors concluded that climate crisis, the single biggest health threat facing humanity is already impacting health and a myriad ways from extreme weather events respiratory illness, zoonosis, waterborne, vector borne, and non communicable diseases, malnutrition, behavioral health and psychosocial problems and finally heat related illnesses, and heat related deaths. Climate crisis related health effects are and will be particularly hard felt by the elderly and children and within minority communities as the most recent lancet count on on health and climate change report found he related deaths in people older than 65 reached a record high at 345,020 19 or 81% higher than the OO O 5 average. Children under one year of age experience an estimated 626 million additional person days of heat wave exposure last year compared to the 86 to O 5 baseline average. The who report also noted climate crisis caused health shocks already push approximately a 100 million people into poverty every year. A number that will rise considerably as a crisis worsens, despite these numbers, the report also notes a who review of country's nationally determined contributions and DCs, or pledges by governments to reduce their carbon emissions of these the who found only 13% of NDC's commit to quantifying the health co benefits of carbon policies or emission reductions, with begin to discuss the lancet heat and health series and her contribution to it as professor Christie eBay, listeners will recall I interviewed her November 18th, regarding the IPCC's landmark report global warming at 1.5° centigrade. So with that little lengthy or possibly too lengthy intro professor, let me ask by starting if you want to, of course, if you'd like to make comment on your impressions of the cop 26 meeting,.

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"lancet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Garin's the latest global news Hey Matt and thank you The French ambassador has been summoned to the UK for talks later today to discuss the ongoing fishing row the foreign secretary Liz truss wants an explanation about what she is calling the disappointing threats made French authorities seized a British boat yesterday artist golia is a representative to the UK for the hoots de France region It is our fisherman's right to continue fishing in UK waters because this is exactly what is in the trailing cooperation agreements And this is what we've been telling our UK counterparts But we believe really that the French government's code reaction is completely inappropriate and even dangerous Meanwhile the two sides have not been able to agree on licenses since Brexit Now a new study suggests people vaccinated against COVID-19 are just as likely to spread the delta variant as those who have not had any jabs Bloomberg's UN pots has the details A yearlong study of 621 people in the UK with mild COVID found their peak viral load was similar whether or not they'd had the vaccine According to a paper in the lancet medical journal the analysis also found that 25% of vaccinated household contacts still contracted the disease from a case within the home while 38% of those who haven't had a shot became infected The research did find that those vaccinated to clear the virus more quickly and had milder cases of COVID In London I'm young pot split by daybreak Europe G 20 leaders are preparing to pledge to stop funding for coal fire plants but are still wrangling over wider climate objectives a draft document seen by Bloomberg still be negotiated by diplomats in Rome ahead of this weekend's meeting shows key deliverables have not yet agreed The meeting comes ahead of next week's crucial cop 26 summit which is happening here in the UK And over in the U.S. President Biden has told House Democrats at his presidency and their political fortunes depend on the passage of his economic agenda The $1.75 trillion framework scale back from a previous $3.5 trillion plan has won widespread praise in the party including from those who wanted higher spending but they continued to hold up the other part of Biden's agenda a $550 billion infrastructure Bill Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts symbols then 120 countries I'm Leanne guerin this is Bloomberg Matt Lee Ann.

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"lancet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Over the age of 18 I'm Matt mattson a new study shows receiving a flu shot at the same time as the COVID-19 vaccine is both safe and effective A preprint of the study was published in the medical journal the lancet just under 700 people who had already received their first dose of the COVID vaccine were enrolled in the study when participants returned for their second shot half of them were given a flu shot while the other half were given a placebo Former president Trump is again pushing for Texas to do a full audit of last year's presidential election Lisa Taylor has more The former president says the Texas legislature needs to pass Senate Bill 47 because it will help to conduct a strong and real review and make sure Texans believe and trust elections He also criticized the Texas Secretary of State's plan to audit for counties calling it weak and risk limiting Trump says a full audit will have a big impact on next year's election in the 2024 election He's been pushing for a full audit for a few weeks I'm Lisa Taylor Tens of thousands of people are taking to the streets across the nation today for the women's march organizers say this year's rally will be in protest of Texas's new restrictive abortion law I'm Brad Siegel As the state with the second largest active duty military population new nationwide numbers out about military suicides can hit close to home Rebecca Hubbard has more Suicide rates among U.S. troops jumped 15% in 2020 over the previous year according to data from congressional and Pentagon sources most of those who take their own lives are young enlisted men troops stationed in Alaska have a particularly high rate of suicide and the army has spent $200 million there on efforts to bring those numbers down a total of 580 military personnel took their own lives in 2020 I'm Rebecca Hubbard Dog the bounty hunter is offering up additional money for information leading to the arrest of Brian laundry He is being sought by authorities as a person of interest in the death of his fiance Gabi petito the 22 year old's body was found at a national park in Wyoming nearly two weeks ago Her death has been ruled a homicide TMZ says dog is adding $10,000 to the $170,000 reward to find laundry The CDC is warning there are still too many Americans who are not vaccinated against coronavirus You've heard me say it before Vaccines are the most powerful tool we have to prevent COVID-19 infections hospitalizations and death CDC director Rochelle Walensky says 185 million Americans are fully vaccinated but 70 million.

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Peter Daszak: The Man Behind Anthony Fauci

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:51 min | 1 year ago

Peter Daszak: The Man Behind Anthony Fauci

"We are governed by currently in this era of public health. Put that in quotes lockdowns and draconian drank draconian ism by a group of people that was largely unknown a couple of years ago but they have come to the forefront and have more power than any other people in the history of domestic american policy. One of those people is dr peter desk. Dr peter dasent is the villain behind the villain. Is the man behind foudy. Now many people ask the question. How is it that they spied on. Donald trump the same playbook that they used spy on donald trump. And go after lieutenant general. Michael flynn is precisely the same playbook that they use to launch this fraudulent campaign saying that the chinese corona virus came from the himalayas. It came from some bat soup. I'm reading from the daily mail dot com. It was revealed earlier last year. That peter desk a british scientists with longstanding links to the wuhan institute of variety had secretly orchestrated in landmark statement in the lancet in february two thousand twenty which attacked conspiracy theories suggesting the cove in one thousand nine does not have a natural origin. The now infamous letter signed by twenty-seven seven public health experts said they stood together to strongly condemn the theories that which they said quote do nothing but create fear rumours and prejudice. See that there. You have medical scientists telling us that it creates prejudice. They also lavished praise on chinese scientists. Who said they worked. Diligently and effectively to rapidly identified a pathogen behind this outbreak and share. Their results transparently the global health community. But now the lancet which is the top level of medical discourse and publication said near agreeing to publish an alternative commentary which discusses the possibility that laboratory research might have played a role in the emergence of the sars kobe to ouchi chinese corona virus. The scientists say quote. They need to evaluate all the hypotheses on a rational basis and away their likelihood based on facts evidence devoid speculation concerning potential and possible political impacts in february two thousand twenty. They even add that that statement in part of a silencing effect on the wider scientific debate. Yeah no kidding. Because peter dasent inserted themselves under orders from bouchier he is the pulp fiction equivalent of mr wolf.

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Exposing the Villain Behind the Villain of Public Health

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Exposing the Villain Behind the Villain of Public Health

"Every story that we tell must have a villain with a chinese corona virus the virus go back and forth between the two who is the villain who is the man that pushed forward the lies and the deception about the origins of this virus. Who is the man. That is the darth vader the voldemort. Who is the man. That is the evil dr the mad scientist or we have a name and we've covered him for quite some time here on this program but he should be a household name. He's done everything he possibly can to try to make himself seem unimportant in unknown to you. He is one of the reasons. Why if you are facing a termination because you're vaccination status. This guy is behind it. He's one of the reasons why we mass mail and voting. He's friends with ouchi. He's friends with gates is the go-between of the entire alliance. Literally of what we are looking for. This man is named peter becic. He's a british zoologist. Let me stop here if you go and you look at kind of wear a lot of these press releases come from and a lot of the people behind kind of when the cia gets involved in dealing with foreign intelligence. The cia has something with zoologists. I don't quite understand it. I don't i don't know why this is that one field of study. It seems there is more agency overlap with zoology than anything else. Maybe we can have some people that have worked in the agency on this program and tell us why back in february of two thousand twenty and we know this because of the declassified vouch emails the medical industrial complex with ouchi and you clause and the entire machine that is the cdc the nih the fda they were scrambling and freaking out when they realized that this mysterious flu and pneumonia coming out of china very well might be tied to gain of function research. That was here in america but there was one man that they all leaned upon someone that was not on. Us government payroll someone that had an extraordinary amount of power someone that knew all the heads of state and knew the people that were in charge of the public health divisions and this man peter dacix was the man who got intimately involved in orchestrating and concocting scheme that the lancet journal of medicine just called the lancet in february of two thousand twenty which quote attacked conspiracy theories suggesting that the virus does not have a natural

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"lancet" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on AP News

"Easily as toddlers, maybe easier. Animal behavioral scientist Lindsey Matthews and his team at New Zealand's University of Auckland set up a special pen called The Mulu. Usually it takes about 2 to 4 years for toddlers to be potty trained for cows. We Head about On average €2025 nations and they were fully trained cows. Pilat single cow can produce about eight gallons of urine a day. Urine contains nitrogen and when mixed with feces becomes ammonia, which is an environmental issue, the Mulu helps manage waste and reduce greenhouse gases. Cows that go outside the Mulu gets sprayed with cold water. Those who urinate in the movie, You get a sweet treat mostly molasses they love treats. The Mulu only involves urine, Matthews predicts they could train cows to poop in a certain place to I'm Ed Donahue. House Democrats are laying out there sweeping plan to boost taxes on big corporations and the wealthy. It would restore the top tax rate on couples earning more than $450,000 a year to 39.6% and add a 3% tax on Americans making beyond five million Businesses earning more than five million would see their top tax rate rise to 26 a half percent. The hikes are aimed at paying for President Biden's $3.5 trillion rebuilding plan. You see that as a first step, deputy White House spokeswoman Karine Jean Pierre would not say if the president's willing to lower the plans cost Amita opposition from Republicans and the key Democrat Joe Manchin. Who says he cannot back 3.5 trillion SOCCER Megane Washington The confusion over Covid 19 booster shots continues. The average person does not need a covid 19 booster yet. That's according to an international group of scientists, including two top U. S regulators. The latest information appeared in an opinion piece published in the Lancet. The experts reviewed studies of the vaccines performance and concluded the shots are working well despite the extra Contagious Delta, very it, especially against severe disease. At this stage of the pandemic, they add Even in populations with fairly high vaccination rates, the unvaccinated or still the major drivers of transmission. I'm Shelley Adler. There is a new type of tourism for the exclusion zone 35 years after the world's worst nuclear disaster, the bike tour in Chernobyl area Chernobyl is not a place that springs to mind when choosing a scenic cycling route. The area is still dangerous. Others have video guide Natalie to LULAC says This group is checked for radiation levels. We should follow the rules for visitors. For example,.

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"lancet" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"About Big Tech. They find Google 207 billion with a B dollars for blocking customized versions of its Android operating system. Google says in a statement it plans to appeal. Another bizarre moment is the White House cuts the feet of President Biden off last month, the topic was Afghanistan the withdrawal deadline. This time the president had just said he was happy to take questions well speaking to Democratic lawmakers that a virtual event question Course. One of the things that I've been working on some others. Is Mm. The booster shot debate is getting more attention this morning. This time it's over whether or not they are needed. The FDA. Marianne Gruber contributed to a Lancet article. That argues that vaccines remain effective in preventing covid, including the delta variant, the article concludes. The vaccine supply should go to the unvaccinated, the best reduce the risk of serious illness and the emerging variants. Dr Iman Ali says too many people are getting booster shots who don't need them. Booster shots are going to be rolled out eventually for everybody, probably by Thanksgiving. But at this point in time, the vaccines are very effective in preventing, you know, death and hospitalizations. President Biden is preparing to pitch his massive domestic spending package with a visit to a renewable energy lab in Colorado. Biden will highlight how the investments in.

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FDA Experts Among Group Opposing US Booster Shot Plan

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

FDA Experts Among Group Opposing US Booster Shot Plan

"The confusion over covered nineteen booster shots continues the average person does not need a covert nineteen booster yet that's according to an international group of scientists including two top U. S. regulators the latest information appeared in an opinion piece published in the lancet the experts reviewed studies of the vaccine's performance and concluded their shots are working well despite the extra contagious delta very especially against severe disease at this stage of the pandemic they add even in populations with fairly high vaccination rates the unvaccinated are still the major drivers of transmission I actually after

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"lancet" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Madonna's got the Internet talking again. After making a surprise appearance at the 2021 MTV VMAs. Last night, she opened up her trench coat to reveal a black leotard before she revealed that's That's well this time, Justin Bieber gave the night's first performance, The 63 year old pop legend got a lot of support online. Um, she's someone said, if you still got it, flaunt it. Chief Lancet. Okay? Yeah, that's been a m 0 63 still getting her done. So getting it done? Yep. Okay. 6 40 is a dime after the road Warrior's Bob Williams and traffic brought to us by Mercury Insurance travel times out of Roseville 80 Westbound Roseville Split nine minutes. Caps. The freeway splits downtown. Eight minutes north beyond five Elk Grove, the downtown 12 minutes. Work down 99 side. It's 10 minutes. Westbound 50 falls in the downtown 17 minutes. South, Um five woodland downtown 15 minutes coming from Davis on 80 and 50. Davison downtown at 14 minutes. No incidents working right now. Heavy traffic on westbound 50 and 80 at the merge Heading out towards the Davis area Looks like that fire. There was a problem. That dictionary, Curry wrote, has not expanded things. Traffic is looking better. But still slow almost back to highway 1 13 9 out of 10 Mercury insurance customers renew each year. That means Mercury is pretty good at what they do like saving your money and providing stellar customer service. Get a quote today at mercury insurance dot com. Mercury Insurance, Smart Insurance for smart people, traffic on the tens, every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons from the Bonnie leading the Way Home Traffic Center. News 93.1 kfbk. Sunshine today. A high around 98 degrees in the valley tomorrow, the higher on 99 degrees, and then Christine on Wednesday it starts to cool down with a high of about 90.

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Covid: Delta Variant Patients Twice as Likely to Need Hospital Care

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Covid: Delta Variant Patients Twice as Likely to Need Hospital Care

"Com. It's 7 41. People who contract the delta variant of the coronavirus are twice as likely to be hospitalized as those who contract the original strain. That's what a study published in The Lancet is showing. Researchers evaluated Covid patients in England. 8600 infected with the Delta variant and 34,000 infected with the original strain of the patients with the Delta variant 2.3% were admitted to the hospital as compared to 2.2% of those with the original strain. Most

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Alcohol Linked to Over 700,000 Cancer Cases in 2020

Tim Conway Jr.

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Alcohol Linked to Over 700,000 Cancer Cases in 2020

"Say drinking alcohol has been linked to more than 700,000 cases of cancer. Report in Lancet oncology says more than 4% of new cancer cases last year were caused by alcohol consumption, Researchers say most cases were linked to men who had more than two drinks a day Liver Asafa deal and breast cancer were all linked to drinking alcohol.

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COVID: What is the Delta Variant?

60-Second Science

01:54 min | 1 year ago

COVID: What is the Delta Variant?

"The latest virus variant to grab headlines is called delta. Why are scientists particularly concerned about it josh. Because it's more transmissible and it seems to be putting more people in the hospital. Tanya and it's on the rise all around the globe delta was first spotted in india and spread quickly to seventy four countries in england. It accounts for ninety percent of new cases taking over from the version called alpha. It's got a bunch of mutations. That seem to help it. Get inside human cells and vague. Antibodies that for it. Researchers at public health england found the chances of people passing delta around their households were sixty four percent higher than with alpha. That's a big jump. England had started opening up more recently to couldn't that have also led to more infections in addition to some feature of the variant itself. Yeah there's stuff going on that can heighten the delta numbers people started traveling and businesses and restaurants. Were opening. But the bottom line here is. There's a steep climb in delta cases and delta appears to send twice as many people to the hospital as alpha does. that's severe illness. Such as being unable to breathe. A lot of these people are younger. Underage thirty according to research in the medical journal. The lancet now this isn't all doom even with delta vaccines keep people safe health records in scotland. Show two shots of the pfizer. Vaccine blocked delta infection in eighty percent of people both the pfizer and astrazeneca. Vaccines kept practically everyone. Who got those shots out of the hospital. Early data from england show. So what's this all mean already in the us delta accounts for ten percent of infections. So it's coming. With summer reopenings and people mingling unvaccinated. People could get delta during the next few months setting up ugly fall getting vaccinated. The numbers show is the best route to keeping infections. Down and getting live closer to normal

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Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

BrainStuff

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

"The vocal anti vaccination movement is fairly recent and was really kicked into gear in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight by a now discredited paper that appeared in the medical journal lancet which falsely linked vaccines with autism however vaccine. Hesitancy is as old as vaccines themselves. How stuff works also spoke with dr katherine edwards. The author of an american academy of pediatrics clinical report called countering vaccine hesitancy and she said this has been going on for centuries and pointed to a cartoon published back in eighteen o to the depicts people growing cow-like parts this was in response to edward jenner pioneering smallpox vaccine by using material from cowpox a medical historian by the name of elena kanas wrote in a twenty fifteen in the american historian that the first smallpox vaccine quote was met with enthusiasm but also dread while many patients and physicians were eager to fend off air as most feared diseases. Many others balked at the prospect of contaminating their healthy bodies with disease matter from an animal. And then when european countries began making smallpox vaccines mandatory. And the early eighteen. Hundreds she wrote that quote societies of anti vaccination assists formed to protest what they saw as unequal treatment and undue infringement of individual liberty. But they didn't get much traction. There was also little protest against the polio vaccine which was released in nineteen fifty four to wild enthusiasm in america according to conus she wrote parents so dreaded polio that they were quick to seek the vaccine for their children and course of politics never became necessary but as the decades went on american parents. Were not so excited about vaccinations for measles mumps and other diseases. She noted perhaps because people were used to living with these diseases.

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Follow the Money on Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Follow the Money on Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

"The story. I was telling you about four. It's called Beijing's useful idiots. It's in my newsletter and I strongly Strongly Strongly encourage you to read it. Kind of like God, Tom Cruise from a few good men. I object. I strenuously object. Well, I don't strenuously object. You reading this article, Beijing's useful idiots. It's an unheard dot com By Ian Burrell. It is a damning indictment of the science infrastructure that was used to wave you off the lab league theory. We all know what happened now we all know it's likely matter of fact, I believe at this point probable that this virus leaked from a lab covid 19, obviously. That's not the story. We know that the story is. How are we waved off it for so long? And how were we? Conservatives attacked for promoting man that phone lines lit up fast? Sorry, Producer Mike Well, this article just on dresses everyone behind it rather than going through the beginning. I discussed earlier on my show. I'm gonna discuss this part because it matters. Here's a quote from the peace again. It's in my newsletter today, Bongino dot com slash newsletter. If you want to check it out. Bunch Basia. Beijing's useful idiots. It's important to get to motive. Motive matters. Why? Why did people at nature science magazines respect? Formerly respected science journals, The Lancet nature or why did they? Why were they so invested in making the most likely theory disappearing? Ladies and gentlemen, if you're at home, you know right now, the answer. You know it. What's the answer? Follow the money. Always follow the money. Follow the money trail. You will always get your answer every single time.

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Media Was Quick to Criticize Trump yet Failed to Investigate True Origins of COVID-19 Virus

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Media Was Quick to Criticize Trump yet Failed to Investigate True Origins of COVID-19 Virus

"People clearly knew this thing could have originated and likely did originate in a Chinese bioweapons lab. It was starting the process of wiping out what would be millions of people. People in the scientific community and the media and within our own government appear to have colluded to suppress that information for the sole purpose of influencing an election and attacking a political figure. When that same political figure, Donald J. Trump. Mentioned the drug Hydroxychloroquine that initially had showed promise in the fight against coronavirus. Instead of putting out the science and allowing doctors to make informed decisions. Politicians in some states actually banned its use for that purpose, while the media jumped in and attack the drug. Cited a study by the Lancet. Study that had to be retracted later because of its shoddiness. The same Lancet that appeared to have implied an endorsement of Joe Biden's victory that's supposed to be a science journal, the same Lancet that published the letter authored by Peter Dash, shock and others. Waving people off the lab leak hypothesis. We have the players. We have the conspiracy. We have the overt acts. It's not a theory. All we need. Now are people empowered to investigate

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PREDICT Director Jonna Mazet Waved off Lab Leak Theory Early, Ignoring 'Anomalies'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

PREDICT Director Jonna Mazet Waved off Lab Leak Theory Early, Ignoring 'Anomalies'

"Piece about that Lancet letter because here's where it gets really toasting of the muffins time. The global director of predict was a doctor, Joanna Masset of the University of California, Davis. The W. H O conducted an investigation into the origins of covid, it turns. It turned to Dr Dash shock from the Eco Health Alliance to lead the effort. No conflict there, folks. He declared the origin of the virus to be zoonotic occurring naturally from an animal to humans in an unknown fashion. We now know based on Scott's reporting. Dr Dash. Chuck was the driving the whole force behind the letter published in the March 7 2020 issue of Lancet. One of the leading medical journals in the world. Whose signature ladies and gentlemen is on that letter. Or whose name is on that letter. Peter Dash. Jack's name is on it waving people off the lab league theory. Which is kind of fascinating. You know who else is? Name is on it. Yeah, John, a massive From predict. The Department of Defense Associated Program with their money. She signed it, too. Had her name on the letter waving people off. Also on that letter was Jeremy Farrar remember him from yesterday's radio show. The guy who got the email from Edward Holmes. Remember what the email said? Yeah, we've We've seen some anomalies in this, but we're not talking about it because it'll make us look like loons. You've seen some anomalies in what the virus. What were those anomalies was at the double CG fingerprint code, which would indicate that it was likely man made. At the bat Lady that dash axe working with Left out of her report. Conveniently, she admitted that kind of an important piece of information to admit no

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"lancet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A little bit here. The P review process is a sacred process that guards uh, free speech, to say the least. But clear and transparent thinking, um, and it's a place of vibrant debate between scientists. Where true science is metered out and to see the Lancet journal and and to see nature science. For instance. Um To see those those, Uh, journals, Nature medicine. Excuse me compromised with individuals that quickly ran, and I'm talking about some of the same individuals that are corresponding with algae that ran to these journals. And published papers, open letters in these journals indicating that anyone that had any question about whether or not the virus emerged naturally. Was trafficking in conspiracy theories that is outrageous and unbelievably irresponsible when they full well knew that it was completely scientifically legitimate. To ask those very asked those very questions. I'm thinking about an email here. You guys didn't read the emails, but some of the emails that were put out and I think they made they were made publicly available by Buzzfeed. There's a general by name of Christian Anderson, who is a virologist at the Scripps Research Institute. And and he He had written to Fauci and had said that there was a component there were components of the viral.

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"lancet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"lancet" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Water. You had a message for them, too. Paper thrown out of the windows cannot be salvaged. It is just so many tons of paper we need lost and wasted. I'm sure the people who disregarded this warning did not fully realize what they were doing. And that it will not be done again. Actually, In fact, it was done again. The very next day May 8th victory in Europe was announced, hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Times Square celebrations broke out all across the city. And confetti fell like rain. Our thanks to W, N, Y C, our compass and the Lancet and the N Y C. Municipal archives for the others. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm no well, king. Good morning. Making or mining Bitcoins requires a lot of energy, which can mean burning more fossil fuels. Now, at the same time, states are making a push for clean energy..

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Past Covid Infections Don’t Confer Strong Enough Immunity, Study Finds, Underlining Need For Vaccines

TIME's Top Stories

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Past Covid Infections Don’t Confer Strong Enough Immunity, Study Finds, Underlining Need For Vaccines

"One of the first large studies exploring immunity from natural infection with covid nineteen researchers in denmark found some surprising trends including evidence that even those who previously contracted the disease should still get vaccinated in the study published march seventeenth in the medical journal. The lancet researchers took advantage of repeated corona virus test results from about four million people in order to how often those previously infected with sars covy to the virus that causes covid. Nineteen were reinfected. Since the test results were tied to people's health records. The scientists scientists could anonymous the data and compare those who tested positive during denmark's first covid nineteen wave last spring with those who tested positive during a second wave in the autumn that revealed key findings about reinfection rates in the country in the spring two percent of the five hundred thirty thousand plus people who were tested for sars cuvee to positive among them point six five percent tested positive again later that year compared to three point three percent of those who had tested negative during the first way that sets infection with sars covy to provides about eighty percent protection against reinfection. What's more there was no evidence that this immunity waned over the studies six month follow up period but when the researchers broke down the data by age they learned that this protection wasn't uniform. Protection was only forty seven percent for people over sixty five years old. The result in the elderly surprised me said lead researcher steen ethelbert of the statens serum institute denmark's equivalent of the us centers for disease control and prevention.

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Covid reinfection is rare — but you're more at risk if you're over 65, study finds

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Covid reinfection is rare — but you're more at risk if you're over 65, study finds

"Who have contracted the coronavirus are protected against reinfection for at least six months. That's according to a new study published by Danish researchers in The Lancet medical journal. That immunity, however, diminishes significantly with age. The researchers found that natural infection reduce the chances of getting the virus again by about Percent in people younger than 65 that there was no evidence that that protection weekend after a six month period over a six month period, however, in those older than 65 of first bout with the virus offered just 47% protection against repeat infection.

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How Psychedelic Drugs Are Making A Comeback To Treat Depression

WSJ The Future of Everything

13:28 min | 2 years ago

How Psychedelic Drugs Are Making A Comeback To Treat Depression

"Depression. It can be a difficult mental illness to pin down. It can feel different for everyone and even those who struggle with it can have trouble identifying bought. It is a mostly came to understood that. I had depression through talking with my friends for the longest time. I kind of system that everyone felt this way. Like weird just like general malays for this twenty nine year old. Depression surfaced about six years ago and began as a feeling of being disconnected with the world. I didn't want to eat because they didn't feel like i deserve to eat. I don't know. I didn't hang out with friends because i didn't feel like i deserve to see my friends. I didn't feel like i should be punishing them by talking to them seeing them. This person uses they them pronouns. They're a maryland resident and work as a software tester. They sought help for their depression. Trying numerous types of treatments may visited a bunch of different mental health professionals and tried different types of arby's In different types of medication but it always kinda felt like things were getting worse and worse and a current really find someone who has really helped me understand what was going on like. I still didn't even believe that. I had depression. All the while the depression advanced it felt like being alive and lake wanting to die rolling constantly fighting over like the resources in my mind then. Their health insurance lapsed in two thousand eighteen making the situation worse a surprise solution appeared while they were scrolling on social media and a posting from johns hopkins university researchers and then one day i was kind of like clicking through facebook and i actually found this ad four like this little simon. Study silla simon. That's the psychedelic drug found in magic mushrooms. And i thought it was fake remarks. I didn't expect there to be you know like a a legitimate study showing up on like facebook ad but they had no insurance basically they were out of options so they called wanted to have hope again from the wall street journal. This is the future of everything. I'm janet babbling today on the podcast. How the hallucinogenic compounds silla zyban once associated with nine hundred sixty s drug culture is making a comeback and giving people suffering from depression and other mental illnesses. Hope for this twenty nine year old study participant. Depression was not something that happened in their family. My family's from the caribbean and lived in america probably for about lake in years. We came here in ninety nine. It's kind of interesting because where from like a place that doesn't really view mental health. The that like america's mental health. It took me a while to realize that. I was having mental health problems that i was kind of experiencing depression. Depression affects a staggering number of people hundreds of millions worldwide according to a study published in the peer reviewed journal the lancet in two thousand eighteen. The pandemic didn't make things any easier. Last june about a third of people who responded to web based surveys said they suffered from symptoms of depression or anxiety disorder. Those results were published by the centers for disease control and prevention the protocol for treating these conditions hasn't changed much in the past few years. What we've been using is typically one of two things either a medication that people take every day or we have psychotherapy dr. Alan davis is clinical psychologist and an assistant professor at the ohio state university. He's also an adjunct assistant. Professor at johns hopkins university. A lot of people will improve with either medication or therapy or both to basically have both have a better chance but it doesn't work for everyone. Some studies report between ten and thirty. Five percent of patients suffer from treatment resistant. Depression and davis is that similar to what he's found in his own practice working with veterans suffering from substance abuse trauma and other mental health issues. So he began looking for alternative treatments present and welcome to psychedelic science. Two thousand and thirteen in twenty thirteen davis attended a science conference and came across a study exploring the use of silla. Sivan a chemical compound found in specific varieties of mushrooms to treat cancer patients with mental health conditions. The compounds documented facts include feelings of heightened awareness ecstasy visions and changes in the perception of reality for researchers say one of the most useful qualities is its ability to dissolve the ego to allow a user to observe oneself from the outside in the study of cancer patients. The drug was able to alleviate some of the anxiety and depression that can be associated with having a life threatening illness. I was just inspired by that word. I thought gosh this really could have a strong impact in the areas that i'm working with veterans and with others davis became part of a team of researchers at johns hopkins university that put together a randomized clinical trial. Twenty four participants. They were administered. Silla sivan with talk therapy to treat their depression. Enrollment for the trial took place in two thousand seventeen and twenty nineteen and the results were analyzed in two thousand twenty. Most of them had had chronic depression meaning decades of experiencing depression though not some had had it for shorter amount of time but this study was a weightless control trials so some people came in and started treatment right away. Others had to wait eight weeks before starting treatment so we had a comparison group. The study subjects received an extensive intake examined questionnaire to confirm. They were suffering from symptoms of depression. Participants were screened for schizophrenia. And drug use as these conditions can interfere with suicide and treatment. The big worry many people have about psychedelics is what's often referred to as a bad trip. Mary negative hallucinations. That can be scary and this is kind of trip that can go bad. Martissant received hefty doses of these drugs. The doses are based on weight and they vary slightly but patients receive around twenty milligrams in the first session a bit more in the second session to minimize the risk of a negative experience. Davis says researchers focused on controlling. What's called and setting. They work ahead of time to ensure the volunteers current mood and surroundings while taking the drugs. Remain as calm and comfortable as possible and so we spend about eight to ten hours with people before they ever get the drug talking about what the effects are talking about. What may or may not happen when they have this experience and that's why we have to train professionals there with them not only to prepare them for that but to help them through the experience when it happens because a lot of people have anxiety coming into the session. The person we spoke to the twenty nine year old participated in davis study group in august of two thousand eighteen. They had no prior experience with psychedelic drugs and didn't know watch expect basically went in kind of blindly. I don't have any other options. So that's kind of my thought process at the time was just basically kind of sticking anything to the wall and hoping it would work after fasting the previous night the treatment can cause nausea. They were placed in a small tranquil room fitted with a comfy couch. The whole room was a really really cool in very comforting because like they had like these statues like imagery in their end like. I think one of the muslim dowa tibetan model. I wanna say this and like there was like this nice lamp. It's off this really. Soft light psychedelic assisted. Therapy participants are encouraged to bring in objects from home to make them feel more comfortable. Some bring in ten bears pictures of family. The twenty nine year old brought a lightness of an ancient sumerian goddess. Soon nana once they were settled in the room. They were given two pills in a wooden cop the therapists top that the sivan would take fifteen to thirty minutes to start working. In the interim they were told to put on ice shades and headphones. That would play a selection of music they choose from classical tibetan chanting african drumming and modern music too. Once the drug fact the participants says the first session became a kaleidoscope of mental images and sensations. I remember being in lake. Felt like mount olympus the fall of the gods like oval the clouds and suffering them. And then one of my god's up to me and she gave me a key fell through the clouds. And i felt all the way down through the earth and i ended up in hell which is really strange because they don't remember being scared even though i was in hell and i remember asking like hey you know why am i hair And it was like haiti's leading me through hell kind of just like showing me around for life this very cold and desolate last. He was like of course. This is where you would come like. This is where you've made your home. The self revelations continued throughout this long session and turned intensely personal. I remember like hearing like the beats. Come on and i felt myself in like this place like all of my ancestors were and i was really close to my grandfather when i was a kid. And he died. Probably around when i was like four and i saw him kind of materialize And he walked towards the youth like these. She'll bananas which is what he's doing her then he handed one to me and i always kind of was afraid that if he was alive he would be disappointed in me and i remember asking him you know. When am i supposed to do like if my family like my parents and lake my siblings can accept me and he said that he'll always be there for me and my ancestors will always be there for me and i like that scene just like it. Metsu in mental to me after about seven hours than drugs started to wear off when it was over. You know you're still kind of like feeling it but just not as intensely so just basically like this really happy kind of floaty failing and we couldn't drive so like i had to have a sister pick me up. They ended the experience hungry and exhausted as for the depression not much appeared to have changed then. They tried the silla sivan trip once more this time with the stronger dose and after that these say they experienced to palpable shift. It felt like i was back into the world again like i was in reality. A lot of people said that not only was there. Depression differently felt like they had come out of dark hole that they've been in for years but a lot of people regardless of whether they're depression was gone or or reduced said that there was something really meaningful different about how they view their life initial results for the study reviewing outcomes from up to a month after the sessions were completed found that silla sivan plus therapy was more than four times more effective than other treatments. Such as medication alone at one week. Fifty eight percent of the sample were in complete remission from depression that actually lasted up to four weeks. After fifty four percent of people were in complete remission and were now studying those same people up to twelve months after to see how long that remission lasted the rest of the participants in the study. Were not in remission they were still experiencing clinically significant depressive symptoms researchers have yet to publish the results of longer term outcomes for all the participants their condition up to a year after treatment and this was a small study. Just twenty four people. Some scientists remain skeptical of this kind of treatment not just of silla simon. But of the validity of the data an outcomes for all studies involving psychoactive substances

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Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission, Israeli studies show

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Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission, Israeli studies show

"To Israeli studies have found that Fizer Cove in 19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission. Shedding light on one of the biggest questions of the global effort to quash the pandemic. Data analysis and a study by the Israeli Health Ministry and Visor found the Fizer vaccine developed with Germany's beyond Tech. Reduces infection, including an asymptomatic cases by 89% and in symptomatic cases by 94%. The findings air from a pre published study not yet peer reviewed but based on a national database that is one of the world's most advanced a separate study. By Israel's Sheba Medical Center, published Friday in The Lancet medical journal found that among 7200 hospital staff who received their first dose in January There was an 85% reduction in symptomatic covert 19 within 15 to 28 days with an overall reduction of infections, including asymptomatic cases detected by testing of 75%. More research is needed to draw a definitive conclusion. But the studies are among the first to suggest a vaccine may stop the spread of the novel coronavirus and not just prevent the people vaccinated from getting ill. Dr Jon Swartz and Burn cold clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. The implications of this are enormous Republicans standpoints in vermin individual standpoint. If if the If these numbers are even numbers significantly less than this hold true, that is that once fully vaccinated. Well, first of all we know once fully vaccinated. It's Very, very, very, very unlikely. We're going to get seriously all and there's no evidence that you'll die after you being fully vaccinated. So we know that. But what if after you're fully vaccine, you get reinfected. We know you're not gonna get sick, but you could spread it. But what if you can't spread it? Or what? If it's very unlikely for you to spread it? It's gonna really mean that our masks they're going to come off sooner that we're gonna be hugging her loved ones a lot sooner right now. I'm fully vaccinated have been fully vaccinated now for this Just actually, three weeks today, um If I knew that I couldn't transmit this virus to my loved ones, I would My strategy would be very different. If I may ask you really come off. I could be hugging. Uh huh. But I don't know that yet, And so I have to still remain vigilant. And that is where a mask and social distance to be absolutely certain that I can't do that and think about all the health care workers. If the health care workers knew that they didn't it once they're fully vaccinated, they wouldn't transmit that would make an enormous difference in the hospitals. And think about just Transportation. It's just goes all the way down the line. So the implications are

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