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Trump claims he and Pence agree on VP's election authority
"The vice president of the United States helped put the election from Joe Biden to Donald Trump? And can he? That's what President Trump hopes will happen. Apparently. When Congress meets Wednesday for a joint session, the VP is supposed to simply receive the certificate. Various selectors and open the envelopes. But Mr Trump wants the VP to count on Lee. What he claims falsely are legitimate votes, giving the election to him, making him the winner and not Joe Biden. The Constitution and the governing statute and practice really make it very clear that the vice president Role is is very limited and essentially ceremonial. Joe Goldstein is an expert on constitutional law at ST Louis University housing the Senate at the power to count but not the vice president. No vice president has ever done what Mr Trump want pence to do, and no one really knows what would happen. Should Vice President do the president's bidding. Charles Feldman, KNX 10 70 news radio, With
Democrats seek to tie Barrett to Trump on Affordable Care Act as confirmation hearings begin
"Confirmation hearings are going on a zoo. Matter of fact, right now in the Supreme Court hearings with Amy Cockney Barrett Ah, at her nomination hearings this week and looks like a Senator Kamala Harris has this unique opportunity as a Democratic nominee for vice president to actually question number 40 fives nominee to the Supreme Court. When Judge Amy Cockney Barrett's confirmation hearings are are beginning on today, everything about the nomination is very contentious. Democrats actually contend the vacancy Created by Justice Ruth Gents Berg's death on September 18 should remain open. Of course, you know it's come up in a lot of the debates that should remain open until after the November 3rd elections of water's gonna help decide who actually feels the seat, but Republicans have insisted. That it must be field very quickly. And so Barrett, who was the conservative jurist, Ah would succeed one of the most liberal, Ah engines. Berg. If confirmed, Barrett could rule on challenges to how the election was conducted, and on a case seeking to overturn the Affordable Care Act, which is scheduled for Orel. Arguments on November the 10th. And so do you think that this is the reason why that the Republicans are really pushing to really get this lady and for the Supreme Court? Why he's pushing to get it in before the election because she could rule on the challenges tow how the election eyes conducted and on the cases as it relates to the Affordable Care Act, which is scheduled for those arguments on November the 10 Could that be the reason why there's such a big push for This Supreme Court's justice. Now the Judiciary Committee. Democrats have already demanded a little bit more information from Barrett about her background, particularly dealing with the high course. President establishing the right to abortion. But Republicans have criticized comma Harris for how she questioned other nominees. Including Justice Brett Kavanaugh knock and accuse Democrats of anti Catholic bias that that actually hurt Barrett. So for harass her do role as a committee member and a national candidate carries potential benefits of promoting her own priorities. But all cell The risk of becoming a target for political attacks. So it's almost like it's a good position, but maybe AH bad position, depending on how she questions Amy Cockney Barrett and how it comes off and how it is perceived. It's an opportunity for Senator Harris to show her stuff, according Tio. Vice presidential scholar Joel Gold Stain, who was a law professor there at Thank Louis University, he said. It's really going to present an interesting dynamic. In a way that could almost be something of a second debate for her and one of the spokespersons for Harris said on Sunday that she will attend Barrett's confirmation hearings remotely due to Corona virus concerns. After two senators Onda also the Republicans, who sit on the Judiciary Committee have tested positive on last week so due to Judiciary Committee publications, they have refused to take some of those common sense steps to protect members and AIDS and and so many are going to participate from a remote perspective. And so Senator Harris. She plans to participate this week, but it's got to be on a remote, they says, because a lot of officials in the White House who have actually not taking it serious. And of course, we know what the outcome of that has already been right. Many, many staffers and many other politicians there in the White House have contracting the virus. And so she's continuing to say, Listen, I'll do it remotely. And so the hearings are going on right about now. It is said that number. 45 has said it was his right. To fill the seat at the gym's Berg's death, and he named Barrett on September 26 Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. He said he expects The Senate to vote on Barrett's confirmation during October that they are moving very quickly, of course, Mitch McConnell received the orders from number 45 to make it his top priority. To move everything up. So the side let's get these thieves confirmation hearings going, But, you know, we'll see how it comes out will be happening all week long, and it'll be interesting to see how things continue to go A CZ. We continue
Trump and first lady test positive for COVID-19
"President Trump and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the Corona virus. NPR's Franco Ordonez reports, The president's infection immediately raises significant questions. The White House physician, said in a memo that the president and first lady, we're both well and that the president will continue carrying out his duties. But Joel Goldstein, a presidential historian at ST Louis University, said, Even if the president just gets sick, it creates uncertainty raises the possibility of succession are an ability, so at one level, it's it's a big deal. On the other hand. The fact that the president is sick doesn't mean that presidential power is transferred. But the White House is taking an optimistic tone, saying Vice President Mike Pence will step in as needed. What the president plans to be very engaged Franco or Dona as NPR news President Trump is 74 years old and his weight has been classified as obese. Both of these put him in a higher risk category for developing co 19. NPR's Rob Stein has more President hasn't released as many details about his health as previous presidents have. But his doctors have said that despite his age and his weight, he is an excellent health. He takes medication to lower his cholesterol, but doctors haven't reported any other. Health problems that would increase his wrist such as you don't diabetes or heart disease or high blood pressure, And I should mention that first lady Melania Trump is 50 so is not in this high risk group as
Washington University, Saint Louis University to begin COVID-19 vaccine trials
"School of Medicine can work South Editor Fred Bottom ER vaccine trials will enroll about 3000 volunteers for each trial. We can't exactly what studies But the network is anticipating running at least five different vaccine studies. And so both schools will have opportunities to participate in several of these studies, and we expect that they're going to be starting actually very Washington University vaccine researcher Dr Rachel Prestige If you're over 18 and Andi have potentially being exposed to co bit, we are interested in having you in these vaccines. Study. Dr Presti says it will be critically important to enroll participants. Over the age of 65 who are hit hardest by the virus. Fred Bottom are saying it was his news radio KMOX. Missouri governor Mike Parsons says his comments last Friday on covert 19 and
Professor Ruqaiijah Yearby Discusses Structural Racism in Health Care
"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Cosso. During this podcast rookie year be professor and member of the Center for Health Law. Studies at Saint Louis. University School of law. Joins me to discuss the effects of structural racism in healthcare, Professor Year be welcome to the program. Thank you for having me on professor year. Because bio is of course posted on the podcast website briefly on background listeners are likely well aware of the US has had a long history of persistent and substantial disparities in healthcare, access, delivery and outcomes. For example, the black to white infant metality ratio has never dropped below two to one. Over the past two decades, the healthcare research and quality has publishes disparities report. In it, a third of disparity measures have shown no improvement in nearly one in six have worsened. Or largely explains healthcare disparities or health inequities is structural, institutional or systemic racism, though frequently less overt structural racism, the fair to provide equal benefit to racial and ethnic minorities is embedded in healthcare, education, employment, environmental housing, transportation, and numerous other governmental policies as a result, structural or endemic racism, 'cause minority population, suffering far greater disease burden, and has results significantly higher mortality rates. As I've noted recently in previous PODCASTS, due to higher rates of on and under insurance that have led to higher rates of comber biddies covid nineteen related deaths among African Americans and Hispanics are far greater than among Non Hispanic whites. George Floyd before he was killed had recovered from covid nineteen infection. This will recall structural racism was the theme of my January ninth discussion with Andrea Freeman, regarding her recently published book scam, breastfeeding race and injustice with me again and discuss structural racism in healthcare. His professor year be so professor with that. I opened with a brief and I'll admit somewhat blurred definition. Of Structural Racism I know you distinguish between structural. And Institutional. Can you explain this difference? Yes Oh structural racism is about the ways that our systems are structured particularly to advantage the dominant group in disadvantaged minorities. It also includes ways that organizations and institutions work together to create standards and policies that benefit them while harming minority and so we can see an example of this particularly in the healthcare sooner in the healthcare system when we look at access to healthcare, many predominantly African. American neighborhoods, predominantly immigrant neighborhoods do not have access to hospital care and that is so important doing Kobe nineteen, because that's where many people are receiving tests and treatment for covert nineteen and so the fact that we don't. Place hospitals based on need or need for health care rather we structure our system in a way that access to healthcare is based on ability to pay then benefits though who have jobs that have health insurance that can pay for health care, while it disadvantages racial and ethnic minorities who tend to work at low wage jobs, but do not have health insurance and cannot pay off for health care. Thank you I do have a question about hospital locations in. We'll get to that. Let me ask as a follow up question regarding critical race theory, somewhat similar fries actually possibly shocked that a week ago today the health affairs blog. BRIEFLY DISCUSS CRT in a post by Michelle Morrison and others. Can you give us a brief definition of what is critical race theory? for me. Critical race theory is about critiquing how. Has Been used as another means to harm minorities, particularly as I think about it anti-discrimination law when we look at historical articles about this we see they. antidiscrimination law has been set up to facilitate and support the existing social structures. When you look at anti-discrimination law in the area of employment you are looking to prove that an individual or that institution allowed policies that harmed individuals and. And so it never gets to the point where you're challenging the structures or the systems of employment, they can stay the same. We only look at individual perpetrators who have done some harm. So when we think about employment that is so relevant now in covert nineteen, because a lot of the wage, workers are being deemed as essential workers under covid nineteen, but they're not being provided with math. They don't have paid thickly. They do not Count under worker's COMP. They do not receive unemployment compensation because. Those are do not apply to them and so let me give you a specific example so the fair Labor. Standards, act. was passed back during the new deal time in nineteen thirty eight, but that was also the time of Jim Crow, and so it left out. Many workers domestic workers who include home care. Workers agricultural workers as well and so. What the? Standard acted was. Provide for a minimum wage overtime pay and limit the work week to forty hours, So. Most of these workers are not covered We're not covered by this actual act when in two thousand and fifteen. They did actually begin to be covered under fairly. Standard to act Then you see a shift again and the structure of employment, and so no longer are they considered employees companies shifting to independent contractors
White couple who pointed guns at protesters blames "angry mob"
"AA couple pointed guns of protest is unlikely to face charges, Law professor says, And it was funny because Rob sent me the story. I recognize the law professor's name because he was one of my law professors. When I was in law school back in the early two thousand's. Now you actually have that your law degree is from ST Louis, right? Louis University? Yeah. John. Ayman is the guy's name, and these two are being vilified on by the way. The ri. This is really important because the ST Louis Circuit attorney Kim Gardener, she is a really radical person, and she is It appears dead set on trying to find something to charge these these two with But your buddy, the guy who and by the way, you're such an upstanding citizen, a man of the law. How could this guy be anything But right, John Ayman said. This quote They have the open carry laws in Missouri that allows them to have their guns in public. We have the castle Doctrine says You can defend your house and your lives and your property and we have the law that says you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat. So Here's pretty cut and dry right there. These two did nothing wrong and the McCloskey's told the protesters. Hey, you're on private property and you're on a private street. Now people log on privacy. It's all the time and Professor Raymond said that does automatically give the home of the right to threaten you with a weapon. However. If the anything were brought against homeowners, one might consider something like assault because you'd have to because you have a protester there. And what happened was the protesters broke down the gate. And trespassed on private property. Now it's one thing to just be in the subdivision looking for home. Hey, I'm going to Rob's house for a cookout or whatever, because it's fourth of July, right because it's like an open subdivision, which you can walk and you see these all the time they're all over central Indiana. There's nothing wrong with that. But a gated communities a little different, right? And even if even if you were let in the gate You Congar to the house that you're going to and you know, And you and your fine though the problem here is the fact that this was not the case. This is a case where protesters tore down the gate. And went on private property. And the McCloskey's Who, by the way, both attorneys too, By the way, you guys are everywhere. Yes, we are like Roaches got all over the place. They said Hey, you know, they have no idea what these people were going to do when they're going to attack their home and under the No. Was real off in the castle doctrine. You can defend your house. And your property and you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat because whether going to go run indoors and lock the door and have the protests got to know you don't get to do that. All right. So we got two clips here. One is from Tucker Carlson last night, And this is Mark McCloskey talking about what happened a little play by play and the fear that he and his wife felt for their lives. Take a listen. Well, Chuck, you gotta You gotta understand my house sits right on the edge of a road called King's Highway on our private places. Portland place where my wife and I were preparing to have dinner, maybe 70 feet from the gate. By the time we looked up, we saw that the march is coming down. King's hiring getting loud. We looked over at the gate. And there's no police. There are private security wasn't there. Nobody's down. I look over and my wife and I see all these people outside the gate and the gate bursts open. People start coming in and then Ah, flood of people start coming in. They're angry. They're screaming. They got spittle coming out of their mouth. They're coming toward the house. And you know I'm June, the second of this year, the protests in downtown ST Louis went violent instantly. People looting and violence and writing. I watched on live TV, the 7 11 in downtown ST Louis. From the moment the first window is broken. Throughout the looting process. Call. The fire was started and then tell the fire fully engaged the building. And nobody came that entire time I looked over my wife and I said, Oh, my God, Er, absolutely alone. There's nobody here to protect us. But there is the same night Retired Police captain David Dorine was murdered. When I saw that mob come through the gate With our rage and there and there. Anger. I thought that we would be overrun in the second. By the time I was out there with my rifle. The people were 20 or 30 feet from my front wall. I'm gonna low wall that separates the house from from my front yard. And so I was. I was literally afraid, and that within seconds they would surmount the wall. Come into the house, kill us burn the house down and everything that I've worked for and struggled for for the last 32 years. Tucker. I lived up what? Sigler's County a nice secure neighborhood 32 years ago, we moved into the city and took on a project or a storehouse that nobody else wanted. And you know where we were urban pioneers in those days and we've been there which sense working hood to build and maintain the same clothes and this and this very historic neighborhood. I did. I saw it all going up in flames in my life destroyed in an instant, and I did what I thought I had to do to protect my heart, My home and my family. That was Mark McCloskey willing Tucker Carlson last
Risk versus reward: How safe are popular summer outdoor activities?
"Know what are some safe summer activities to do in your medical opinion Dr buckled well hi figura this is the real answer is still I think I'm sure the most conservative the answer to that would be you know it is not kind of minimal contact with others at least you know Gardi contact with others and sense of you know how he can kind of a close knit group of college friends family members where everybody kind of intermingled with each other but not without minimally within a larger community hello that's really where I go with that personally you know I think big mass gathering still are the ones I'm more worried about okay you know as much as I love baseball as much as I love going to the zoo do the other things where there's a lot of people in a confined area and of the most popular times raceday I'd at least to start to start with would avoid now pull my kids out of camps for that same reason you know but I think he's going to a park having a decent distance from others wearing your mask is it's a good kind of way to taking a dip your toe in the kind of getting out but I think any places that they don't have a lot of people or other things very like I think indoor were the ventilation is really unclear or that the practices are in place to really ensure safe distance and safety part of the ones in your precise decide what to do like with us when we call a public phone call I'm I'm nervous about those things not saying that nervousness is right along but I think I think it's just dipping your toes and see how things go and then you'll certainly you know if he will comport it talk about yours that are thinking about this of all right now can a liberalizing what we do people are out city county or loosen the rules as of midday it seems to be so far so good with this and that's reassuring you know we certainly have a bigger depth of knowledge of how the wicker within we did three months ago when we had no idea we had no idea how many people had it or who had it or whether no good reliable faster equipment so you know the draconian measures we took three months ago I don't think we need to go back to that well you go back all kind of business as usual either in terms of our own activities thank you buckle health officials in Missouri say they've seen no new covert nineteen cases from all those lake of the Ozarks pool parties over the Memorial Day weekend what do you think's happening there well two things one is you know it seems more evident that that the vast majority of covert infections occurred at least what we call super spreader so couple examples of this just there in the news and the news is you know the church in creole or a couple cooler affected infected pretty much the whole church about people that she immediately game and and lawn that kind of led to the current bombs there the couple other events kind of throughout the United States where there's a convention or meeting where a number of people got checked and it's usually the the vast surgeon transmissions and so you know the common traits that you know for most part and then you know you can find areas where people are close together to some degree indoor but not all the way yes the soccer match in the internal on without doors but not every event like that costs brought in so you know how I see the thing with the lake of the Ozarks is you know you'll so far again so far so good I'm not I'm not ready to say that you know that nothing's going to happen from there I think if it's a couple weeks nothing happened but he say that we dodged a bullet that being said I think it's still one of the things that just take your asking for trouble that type of circumstance so just because you have a lucky doesn't mean it's safe and I think that's important make that distinction and those people be better thank your lucky stars or you may go to a casino or do the lottery because they got really lucky necklace very very dangerous and then so far so good let's see how it plays out but but you know I I think just taking it didn't happen that should make us all feel safer from that we're talking with doctor Fred buckle Dr buckled it's a slew Kerr general internist at SSM health Saint Louis University hospital let's talk a little bit more about super spreaders Hong Kong university's Benjamin calling did a study that showed twenty percent of cases accounted for an astonishing eighty percent of transmissions we know on average for covert nineteen that one person might spread to two or three others if we weren't taking any actions to try and stop transmission a super sporting event is when a person in fact when you pull that maybe they would do on average so maybe at one person in fact six eight ten more people or even more than that most people that have infected they quite often forty being affected in a super spending event because these things do happen because a lot of transmission in order to have transmission you need a a person who's relatively more contagious and also the opportunity for them to possum inspection to lots of other people it is to some extent and usually what is actually happening enough to keep an epidemic going in to sustain an epidemic I guess the million dollar question is how do you tell who's a super spreader before it's being spread yeah that that is the million dollar question and just just because of my own internet site I just had to say this is proof again of something called the cradle principle which is generally the most natural phenomenon eighty percent of the your evidence you see is caused by twenty percent of of the people read so to like the fact that he said twenty percent or eighty percent of the factions are from twenty percent of the people is is kind of goes along the freely natural phenomenon so that just is kind of interesting that state but you're right I mean going back to the tone for example like that had the potential to be there but it didn't happen for reasons we cry you don't understand the price will never understand I mean that's kind of the magic of nature and how insanely complicated the world level of medicine but you don't know where that is and that's kind of going back to the broader confidence and can lead to this concept of herd immunity is you don't know where that infection starts and it happens at random and things and you think armored urgency in use you Amazon try to kind of intervene and of not being an emergency for reasons we don't know and I can handle the ball two thousand fourteen two thousand thirteen whenever that was pretty prominent you know there is a significant concern and you know we started having case United States but never really scratch and you know you can are you okay with us because of the big public health measures are undertaken the time or may have just been random chance and it's hard to tell you know so can I go back to the point guard the Ozarks you just don't know and I think at this point you're having these massive debts are your adventure a lot of people are in a confined space is just working with danger I don't think we're ready to do that yet once you get some degree of herd immunity that's we know or vaccine and then you have a you know a certain percentage of population vaccinated that's where it really you can say there's some safety in and going out those
"louis university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"SSM health Saint Louis University hospital this sister wants to know do you think of axe scene will be found well hi I yes I think I think the odds are good that actually will be found you know this is an intense amount of work by a lot of different people and I you know I think the more people that are kind of work on different ways to different approaches to get a vaccine I think the better the chances are site I wouldn't rely on one and group or one study to kind of put out a vaccine I would use many possible variations are examples of of action out there you know just try to kind of improve your odds of of having some that's attractive I think it's going to take time you know again we talked about this year year and a half to vaccine that's implemented that that is who were successful in kind of the first pass and if you paid attention a vaccine research you know it it it's hard to it's very very hard to come to get the right immune response and senator effective against any kind of ours because the vaccine or buy back here for that matter too so I think it's good to be optimistic and you know again this is there's a lot of money and a lot of effort and a lot of promise and doing this and so I am optimistic but I think it's waiting for it it's going to be awhile before we get it another minister wants to note does your blood type make a difference in getting infected yeah you know it's a issue question there there's some stuff coming out this is mostly out of China that that suggests is a solid type a people type a blood type were more subtle than type I believe I may have that backwards but you know they they issue there is that you it's a numbers problem as well because there's a lot more people type a and type of and so you know it when you see these kind of increased numbers of people with Taipei getting affected it it's it you have to kind of control or make adjustments for the fact that there's just more of them in that population typically and I I this is in the western hemisphere I don't know with Asians these population whether there's a difference I suspect they're also more commonly a so if it's one of the things you like to see some more come out of it only if your and Irish group you need to be like in a panic right now I think is much more important risk factors in blood type but it has been seen in other diseases as well and again not a strong risk factor but something that just you know slightly has a slight difference compared another blood type and the onset of the we pay to too much attention to.
"louis university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Now just in front of Louis university to malls a semi and a bus the southbound traffic being forced off a Romeo road a northbound traffic has to get off of route seven if you want to just get on Weber avoided all do it otherwise if you feel like paying a little extra money three fifty five not really a problem between fifty five and the scene there if you're on the up on the news I'm not too bad either twenty three like cooking about his forty five Kennedy out forty two to March first twenty three in the express an hour late to here about an hour for here into the chambers thirty five off the junction I was on the Ike fifty six to Mannheim and our eighteen the three ninety am on an hour and ten we're not in a downtown about forty nine from Mannheim seems and also the worst an hour and fifteen and tristate now one thirty three fifty five in about an hour five veterans of the drive forty five from two ninety four up over a still solid to forty minutes to ninety fifth about this twenty six twenty seven out takes twenty five but about okay about was what is twenty about the seventies up elections are still stop and go forward into Chicago north but said to Roosevelt in North Avenue candles up on tri state to with the Ogden Holway eighty in the northwest Indiana no relief he's funny the ninety four to get to Broadway now westbound eighty ninety four still crawling from two forty nine to sixty five after an over earlier crash latest on three fifty five and fifty three years Chris operable mobile seven eight percent by ABC plumbing sewer heating cooling and electric stuff outside of overflow from bell but now the Kirch off golf down the lake Armijo road Saint Charles Butterfield sixty third northbound tied up approaching a full westbound eighty eight wrapped in Saint Charles the two ninety golf occurred jobs approaching the west from lake cook AG's at Chris hopper little mobile seven eighty eighty not bad to Juliet there's a silver lining traffic sponsored by Baker Tilly advisory tax and insurance Baker Tilly focuses on the numbers behind the numbers behind the numbers but only after the focus on building a relationship Baker Tilly advisory tax and assurance off tomorrow the traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty one of five point nine FM W. B. B. a Bacchae weather partly cloudy and cold tonight breezy overnight low twenty five tomorrow there was a cloud the sunshine windy but not as cold as recent days five forty six the lake.
Increasing emergency department admissions in U.S. for child sexual abuse
"Sexual abuse rates in general have been dropping for the last twenty years but the author doctor Jesse Helton at Saint Louis university's college for public health and social justice says what he found surprising is more adolescent cases are now being seen in emergency department the overall rates of emergency department admissions for child sexual abuse rose between two thousand ten and two thousand sixteen by about seventy percent but that increase was completely driven by increased rates of adolescence particularly girls eighty five percent of the sample were female doctor Helton says they don't know why the big increase but it could be due to a number of things including better awareness more willingness to disclose abuse and increasing human trafficking and greater coordination with law
Heat Changes Insect Call, but It Still Works
"Sounds they produce. We can't hear take tiny insects called tree hoppers. They communicate through vibrations when a male tree hopper is hunting for a mate mate. He vibrates his body to produce a special love song. They sound like Ooh Book Casey Fowler. Finn is an assistant professor of biology at Saint Louis University University. She says if a female tree hopper is interested. She'll vibrate back to the Mayo basically her way of saying hey there fowler fin wondered if tree hopper mating songs might change at different temperatures which could affect whether the species survives as the climate changes so she and Grad student Dillwyn Hawks in built custom custom incubators using plywood and Kia shelves plus a special leaser that helps them listen to tree hoppers. The laser receives information about these tiny vibrations actions on the plant stem which we then amplify and process into sounds that we can hear turns out the tree huggers do sound different when the temperature changes. Here's a male singing at sixty five degrees and another at ninety seven degrees but that's not all the team recorded these songs and played them for females to see if they still find them attractive so essentially we're having a conversation with the insect because we can play back a bunch of different signals to females and ask her how much she likes. Each one as male tree hopper love songs changed across temperatures females still recognize ignites them saying Yep. I'm interested in meeting with you hawks and says that was exciting. I think when we saw that we were just like wow this is awesome. The study appeared appeared in the Journal of evolutionary biology. She says this is just one piece of the puzzle but it gives her some hope that tree hoppers and other similar insect species will keep things steamy even as the climate warms for scientific
"louis university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And X. news I'm Alex stagnant a Saint Louis University students seriously injured after she was hit by a stolen car okay movie reports the car was stolen earlier Thursday and was spotted by a license plate reader near grand in Cherokee officer started to follow the car but backed off when it started driving a radically police say the car was not being pursued when the student was hit near grand look clean Thursday evening the female student is expected to survive St Louis Mayer light a cruise in is confident after Thursday's private meeting with the governor that the state highway patrol will come back to help cover the interstates when that happened a couple of years ago thousands of citations went on prosecuted because of budget constraints in the circuit attorney's office person doesn't think that'll be a problem anymore circuit attorneys budget has gone up over two million dollars in the last two and a half to three years and so I don't actually think it's a budget issue but we'll we'll have to work that out christen also continue to push for legislation allowing Saint Louis to require a permit to carry a weapon within city limits a request she says quote isn't a heavy lifts given that that was the requirement until twenty seventeen a Facebook post by Saint Louis police officer about the grim realities of being a cop has some of the hot seat with the internal affairs division officer Ryan Lynch got into trouble when this post was reprinted in the post dispatch St Louis police officers association spokesman Jeff Florida says Lynch did nothing wrong this is typical you know we've got an out of control internal affairs division that touch but it it needs to be reined in you know this police chief is losing this department and this is creating a chilling effect on being a police officer in St Louis this sort of behavior the police union argues that Ryan's Facebook post is protected speech in his employer.
Nicholas Hopkins, Saint Louis University Hospital And Illinois discussed on Todd Schnitt
"Illinois state trooper has died from gunshot wounds after executing a search warrant Holman east Saint Louis thirty three year old trooper Nicholas Hopkins of ten year veteran died at Saint Louis University hospital the trooper was married and the father of four year old twins and an infant
White meat is just as bad as red meat when it comes to cholesterol: Study
"A new study seems to suggest white meat including poultry may not be so healthy after all here to talk with us about that is Luke air. Dr Michael Lim, Dr them is cardiologists, SM health Saint Louis university hospital doctor, then thanks for joining us pleasure. We're hearing of a new study out that says, white meat is just as bad for you as red meat when it comes to your cholesterol level. Tell us what's going on? I think there's two different levels to look at this kind of study as you quoted, the question me healthier for your heart health of darkness, and the surface, the answer. Surprisingly has no. We've always thought that white meat actually is healthier from that standpoint because it's less leading with that. And so, therefore, you digest more fed classrooms, would be lower. Interesting thing about this study is that they, they proved that incorrect in. So what would be the take home from that standpoint? I think very simply, you know, the, the American diet or Missouri diet, if you will continues to be heavily dependent upon the main course basically are meat. We're amid west beaten potatoes type of tone, the advantages of from a heart healthy diet. Really are not in the meat. They're an plant based proteins, vegetables, and fruits and a better balanced diet. And so if you look at the advantages of something like the Mediterranean diets, they do incorporate meet lean meats, but very, very small portion size and the rest of the meal is composed does the other pieces, the vegetables, though, Layton's abuse, and that probably isn't much healthier balance to our debt. Then just trying to switch out dark meat for white
"louis university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Saint Louis university bellicose. Taking out Saint Bonaventure, fifty five fifty three of the Barclays center in Brooklyn Slough men's basketball, this year's eight ten conference champs Slough mounted a major rally in the second half to put it away for good guard. Jordan Goodwin told CBS sports that wasn't surprising. Good basketball. They got up early on as we could just stay together. That's how we believe in the same. Slew a thirteen seed faces number four Virginia Tech Friday, then San Jose, California. One man was seriously hurt after being shot in the head Sunday afternoon in north Saint Louis police say they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound on math at near union and the wells Goodfellow neighborhood, and he was taken to the hospital. There's no word on his condition who shot him or why new legislation addresses the rising number of pregnancy related deaths in Illinois state, public health report found that seventy three women die annually within one year of pregnancy. Nearly three quarters of those deaths were preventable state, Senator Christina Castro was pushing for mandated insurance coverage of postpartum complications and a nurse in home visits to low income and first time moms things we've done so much and focusing on the child we've done a great job focusing on the child, but when it comes to the mothers, we have it. And I think that's kind of falling behind as a country. Another Bill requires continuing education for doctors and nurses about implicit. Bias that could affect treatment for poor and minority. Women mainly clear skies are forecast overnight. Expect a love around thirty two mostly sunny for the day Monday with a high fifty to up to fifty three Monday. We'll start the day with some sun, increasing clouds, and then some rain develops Tuesday night and lasts into Wednesday. I'm Alex bagman came elects news. No was this. Radio. Alter 'em, sterling radio. Possession capable of reaching the lives of millions. Join the Walter m sterling club. Sterling on Sundays. I'm James Parker. And this is Florida's stores. Thank you. All right. Let's get a couple of demented four.
Marijuana Lollipop May Have Triggered Man's Heart Attack
"So the authors do believe that this large dose of THC, which is the second component of marijuana. Put a sudden unexpected strain on the heart. It then increases heart rate cause hallucinations anxiety, therefore, causing blood pressure to rise at more heart rate, going up stress hormone catch a cold Amine got released all of that could affect on Now. This new case is one of many reports two thousand fourteen there was a young man in the UK at a heart attack after smoking marijuana. We've also talked about I've had this on my show. I've thought about this where there was a link between cardiomyopathy and heart failure. The younger the patients the word risk. They are two sudden, death and heart failure to marijuana. There was a study a couple years ago Lincoln wanted to transient ventricular regional ballooning. TV are be which is a ballooning part of the heart muscle. Not allowing it to pump right, hence heart failure. So this isn't the first time in two thousand sixteen. There was a study out of Saint Louis university hospital and found bear wanted to cause stress. Cardiomyopathy that is also a ballooning. And drugs can do that as well being sorrowful during a death? And being in grieving could also cause that, but unfortunately, this TV Rb is something that we are seeing more and more times linked to marijuana. Now, the reason why people, you know, people will not believe this height because adopted I hope wait a sec marijuana's been around for decades. And now that is legal is were hearing it could cause heart problems. I don't buy it. We should have heard about a decades ago. Well, yes, I agree. If there was a link we should have heard about it in the sixties and seventies. But think about me when I was an ER dog I asked about drug use. But if I had a guy with a heart attack or you couldn't speak too much. And he said no to that answer really quickly. I'm not really gonna go that much farther. I'm going to address his heart attack. Then I'm going to get him admitted. The transfer him some more, and then that's the end of that. And I don't go into the marijuana history. So before the legalisation of marijuana if I was in an acute care setting. I didn't really spend that much time on oh you smoke marijuana. There was a link because again, I had to get the guy stabilize again transferred. So it wasn't me. Now, what about the cardiologists could the cardiologists done it? He got the cardiologists all these years could have done it. But again their job is the heart. You know, if somebody denies that they smoke marijuana. Not everybody's going to get a drug test. They have a right to privacy. So I'm sure the average person when marijuana was illegal said no last thing, they want is the police coming because they admitted to have done something illegal. So my guess is many of the heart attacks that we have had. You know that might have occurred in pot smokers. There was always the leak it just it wasn't really publicized. So the interrelation of smoke. Maybe worse that edible. We're still trying to figure that out. People are asking me is safer to eat it than smoke. It. For the most part. I'd say yes, I don't like people bothering the lungs and making the lungs do things that that they weren't designed to do like filtering out cannabis antiques. However, people who smoke could get away with less dose that edible. And so what this lollipop they're making more. They're having multiple servings of THC, I don't understand why they would do that with the lollipop because I mean, you lick a lollipop it's already kind of dirty. You're supposed to throw it out. But apparently a lot of these lollipops are designed for multiple licks just doesn't make sense. So the history of the lollipop. This is interesting. They say the oldest precursor of today's lollipop this been reported by groovy candies dot com. Was from ancient Africa in Asia. Archaeologists believe that Chinese eras any all produce fruits and not confections that they candied in Honey, which serves as a preservative and inserted stakes into making it to make it easier to eat during the middle ages. They said the nobility would often eat boiled sugar with the aid of sticks or handles in the seventeenth century sugar became more available in Europe. And so the English enjoyed boiled sugar candy treats and inserted sticks into them. So in America, they think maybe maybe before the civil war, but this is George Smith of New Haven, Connecticut. Claim to be the first one vent the modern style lollipop and that was nineteen o eight. He used the idea of putting candy on a stick to make it easier to eat initially lollipops were soft rather than hard candy. Oh, I would prefer a soft candy. And then with automation they were able make multiple lollipops. Apparently in one thousand nine hundred they can make twenty four hundred lollipops per hour. And then in nineteen twelve of Russian immigrants Samuel born invented a machine that inserted six county. So then they can make a lot now lollipop beans tongue slap. Apparently, that's according to linguists, and they believe that one Dan street vendors were the ones that coined the name. Some suggest lollipop maybe a word of Roman or Roman origin related to the Roma tradition of selling coffee apples on a stick. I guess red. Apple is called lolly father. That's really
Pelosi Suggests Trump Delay State of the Union Address
"To come and see some of the best companies in Saint Louis, and they literally are being charged beams why beans artists for 'cause founder, Terry. Barber says admission is a bag of non perishable food the goods, go to food outreach and operation food search in an exchange you get an hour of great variety of dance with five companies each performance. Here's Friday's lineup. Balik company is big buddy dance company. And then you'll also see their mentorship company called convergence mid west ballet theatre the Washington University dance collective his ass performers of Saint Louis academy at camp. Barber says dance for food has raised more than forty thousand pounds of food to feed the hungry dance for food takes place. Granville, theatre go to a four AC dot org. For more information. The news is sponsored by Slough care that physician group of Saint Louis university and coming up in the news at five fifty two. Happy ninetieth birthday to Popeye. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. All right. So Betty white is older than Popeye. How about that Betty White's having a birthday today? Ninety seven years old. Oh, man. She's the best. She's awesome. Everybody loves Betty Jones. Eighty years old like the ageless wonders I now more power to them. It's five thirty. When I had my brother, take me places. It was always like we have to get there early. So I could smoke a cigarette before we go inside I'm paying I'm a little sister. We always stop for cigarettes. Exactly. First thing smoke cigarette for lunch after lunch. Another one on the way, home before dinner after dinner now that I'm talking about it. I kind of feeling like loss about four hours of every day. I didn't realize it was that much. I decided I needed to find alternative. So I started looking and then Joel came up. I did both for awhile it eventually I just switched over. And it's very quick. I
Dr Patel, Flu And Dr Patel Silkair discussed on SSM Health Matters
"Entered the flu season. Have we technically entered the flu season yet, Dr Patel we've entered the season at our hospital. And I think that other hospitals in the area probably doing the same same sorts of activities. I think the most important thing everyone can do is get their flu shot. I if you haven't and. This your hands. Thanks, Dr Patel silkair's. Doctor nearer Patel is the chief medical officer at SNL Saint Louis university hospital. He's also an infectious diseases specialist. Well, when we come back, we're going to talk about those blood pressure medications that have been recalled over cancer concerns. You're listening to health matters presented by SM help on the voice of Saint Louis, KOMO wax when the snow
"louis university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Professor John Ammon of Saint Louis university's law school discussing the agreement. That's going to be in front of the board of aldermen tomorrow. Taking a look at a soccer stadium and various subsidies to bring an MLS state MLS franchise to Saint Louis. Okay. Let's get to some of these calls starting with guy line one high guy. Good morning. Yeah. This guy. Why can't we use the dome stadium? That's already built. I mean, it is a football team ever twenty one years, and it never even paid for yet. How many years will take the base for a soccer stadium? The points of good one. But I do believe from what I'm told that the MLS likes outdoor stadiums that are about twenty thousand that seems to work with the business model, you know, smaller stadium in an urban area. This outdoor stadium for seventeen games a year for seventeen games a year. And I'm sure Charlie that the cardinals will be thrilled to have competition a few blocks away for outdoor concerts. You know, so they haven't complained have they not and they've got subsidies. So they have no right to complain. But but we have Gardo village. We now have. Subsidize subsidize. And now, we're gonna have soccer village? I mean, the entertainment dollar in Saint Louis is a limited pie, and we're carving up even more. So while it may be an ice idea. We should go. She ate a better deal. It's not all roses here of Davin MLS team Amine. It's gonna affect other businesses. I think let's go to Paul you're on kmox. Paul. Good morning, Paul. Oh, various hang on Paul. Listen to your phone. Not your radio. Go ahead. Paul. Yeah. Good morning. Thanks, a guys. Like this. Keep coming out of the woodwork to throw a monkey wrench into this. You know, the Taylor family and Kavanagh's they just wanna take take their business business venture to the county. And they're going to be welcome. Very welcome there. Okay. So let's give the city a break on this one guy, shall we? We really need it. Okay. That's all. I wanted to say. Thank you. To me. It doesn't matter. If it's in the city or the county, but I think the MLS wants to be in an urban area. I guess you could consider Clayton maybe urban to some extent. Well, the answer to this gentleman's comment, which I appreciate it. A lot is this should be a regional effort. You've talked about this a lot on your program. Charlie. I mean, if Saint Louis county were involved in Saint Charles county in medicine and Saint Clair county over and Eleanor by this would not be the burden on the city tax payer that that it is. So let's have a true regional sports authority. We have one in name only. But but of all the metropolitan counties were involved. This would be a whole lot easier. Let's go to Mike. Good morning, Mike. What's your comment for John? Hammon Slough law, professor. Let's go to Bill. Hi, bill. You're on K Molex. Yes. I obviously disagree with the professor I think that if we're gonna talk about tax credits and the property tax abatement. Why did we give spire formula or liquid gas eight million dollar tip to move their headquarters? Two blocks away. Look at all of the McKean money that has been in tax credits by the state and the city have been poured into north Saint Louis where we have only a gas station to prove for it. This is real tangible business plan was real private dollars behind it. And it and safeguards have been put in place for doing that. And as far as Scott trade goes, any major menu manager will tell you that those upgrades were needed in order to attract NCAA events, the Missouri valley conference tournament those in concert in order to be able to provide. That type of product that they're gonna use it for thirty four in a modern environment. Hey, Bill, I think will agree with you on spire and Mckee take it away on the other issues. John Hayman, well, very interesting that the caller raises the issue of Scott trade. So here's what's happened in Scott trade. The least documents are very similar to what the soccer ownership group is talking about a triple net. Lease where the city owns the building. With regard to Scott trade. The lease agreement said that the blues would make all repairs and improvements, but we had a couple of aldermen and blues officials go before the board of all the men and say last year two years ago. City. This is your building you need to fix it up. Totally not true totally against the documents. And my fear. Charlie is that this could happen again that if the city owns the building and the ownership group builds the building and keeps it up for awhile in ten years if they need a new scoreboard for this stadium. They're either going to say, well, we want to dip into this improvement fund taken away money for potential demolition. So we wanna use the improvement fund our city. This is your building you need to fix it up. And that's exactly what happened at Scott trade. They totally went against the wording of the agreement that required the blues to make all improvements and the city was on the hook for tens of millions of dollars in mints that they did not have to pay for by the way there was litigation challenging this. And then the renovators Scott trade now enterprise said if we win and you lose will seek to recoup all of our legal costs. And then the litigants dropped the case because they have. They feared they'd be bankrupted, Greg. Yeah. Hello, Gary, you're on Molex. Gary are you still with us? Take it away. Good morning. I just remember the Saint Louis stars in Saint Louis steamers years ago that were a professional soccer teams that failed. Miserably? I don't see how the city has supported professional soccer team. Your shift group walks away effort sales were stuck with everything. Possibly. But at least this group. I believe the Taylor's have their heart in it. I don't I don't think we're talking about the crunchies here. Nonetheless, let's face it things change, you know, we had Georgia frontier. She was a wonderful owner and went to school in Saint Louis. She loved the area, but then she died, and then crock you became the owner these things happen. That's why we have paper because ownership changes the individuals change. But the document remains the same, and I say that with our collective bargaining agreements. You know, you hear from the other guy is sky and the other side of the table. Well, you know, me I'm not gonna do that. Yeah. Well, you're not going to be here. So let's make sure it's on paper and our track record with publicly funded stadiums is not so great. And singles, I I'm afraid to say the time is up. We can't talk to you anymore. John Hayman, but I enjoyed every minute of it. Thank you very much for joining us today on the voice of Saint Louis, and with this goodbye, let me say it will welcome you back. Maybe with the next time. We'll have both sides on. How's that sound great? Jon.
CDC warns not to eat romaine lettuce amid new E. coli outbreak
"Lettuce E coli contamination outbreak the CDC is out with a broad alert to throw out any Romain lettuce. You may have due to a new outbreak of illnesses caused by a very dangerous type of E coli thirty. The two cases in eleven states with twelve hospitalizations in general, the E coli that strain that is causing this infection. That's called o one fifty seven eight seven that E coli. Typically hawks fillets is about twenty thirty percent of people. So this seems to be a little stronger than that. Given how many people have been authorized that's infectious diseases specialist Dr near off Patel at Saint Louis university hospital. The CDC says this type of E coli can contaminate the lettuce from within. So you can't just wash it off. Which is why everyone's being advised to throw out any form of romaine. They may have coming up in the news at eight twenty two health editor Fred bottom or goes in depth on this still developing story.
"louis university" Discussed on WTVN
"Eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. So glad to have on the program. Stephen smith. His great work and research into the exorcist to the movie, and of course, true story beyond the actresses nineteen forty nine rolling. Joe extra from Maryland. The Saint Louis tonight, you've heard exclusive accounts. Mark who's on the show earlier? And of course, we heard some extra from brother Greider, and what he had to say broke his vow. Silence. And we able to exclusively get that for you tonight. And glad to have Stephen on the program to so Stephen, I don't know if you heard what brother had to say. But he said that he didn't see the film. He said that. A number of his colleagues did see it. He said that it's very authentic knowing what you know about the accounts knowing what you knew about the history. How do you feel about the book and the movie and how it measures up to what really happened with Rowland? Oh. I also tend to agree, you know, from what I've seen and what I've heard that. It is relatively are actually quite authentic and an accurate account of, you know, the notes and interviews that were conducted. I do also just with respect to being on the student Saint Louis university and having the chance to see one of the the priest who was actually at the time, you know, assisted father powder and father Halloran, and when I was a student there he was still on campus. And but he was a very very serious. Very quiet reserved a man, and he wouldn't be again wouldn't really speak about that. And then finally years later, you know, once I had had finished and gone on. He had opened up a little bit. And I think there's some. Interviews out there of him. But I know that they were reluctant to you know, to see the movie and really had no interest in it. And I and I remember father Halloran being interviewed and just stating that he just wants people to understand again that it is real naval Israel, and the double Israel, and and again, essentially, the same message that was shared to see me, you know, in your earlier interview. Yeah. I'm I'm I'm still I I don't know if you don't Stephen. But I am very grateful for you being there. I'm grateful for you filling in all the gaps. But I think in the time we did in the first interview. I was completely humbled in a lot of ways and a lot of respects hearing brother, Greider speak knowing that we had him speaking to us knowing that, you know, we had that to play for the listeners tonight and to hear what you have to say, and and your valuable research, and your valuable work you've done, you know, of course, being there in Saint Louis being a student documenting a lot of this stuff. I've been reading is just remarkable that, you know, just firsthand accounts in what we may do is. I would like to have your permission to use the the PDF reference. If I if I may we're we're gathering together. A lot of information about this case. And I would like to use that information if I could and put it somewhere where people can do the research, if that's okay with you. Because it's so well done a lot of research you've provided for us. So well done about what happened in that. You know, going from the permission was given by Archbishop Joseph, you Ritter father that father Bowden and others would were able to father hollering and others to do this exercise them and how it took a long time. And you were talking about what they call it germ. I can't even say during graffiti is that what they call it dermagraph Germany during. Go ahead dermagraph. He just, you know, just the the writing on the skin, and again, one important point is, you know, some may suspect. Oh, while the you know that maybe the child had had written, and, you know, as as a ruse, but the witnesses again, the family were there there were priests there, and they would appear without him being anywhere near you know, touching a part of his body. And also there were they were on the parts of his body. They couldn't even possibly touch. This imprint from understand this and I don't want to get too graphic. But I guess, you know, we're on late night radio. And if you're listening to this program, so far, you know, we're dealing with we're dealing with demons were dealing with how they they rack and tear up the human body, and how most of the priests were involved here aged quite a bit when they were working on this and try to this boy back to normal one of the things I've heard is it was so bad. They had to basically hog tied him to the bed and they had to keep him from levitating. And the problem was. That that the demon whatever it was would spell on his body things like devil and hell and a lot of sacrilegious references to Jesus Christ. And at the time they were done. The priests would say we command Christ Christ commands you or we command the devil. Demon name name yourself and leave the body of the boy and every time the demon would speak to them in Latin and then with the D move doing. And you know, we're lucky always saw what's pea soup. And the exorcist before I understand the void would defecate and urinate all over the priests. It wasn't wasn't just taking a regular. It was like projectiles. What it was? So you know, they eliminated the grossness of that and replaced it with vomiting in the movie. But the truth was is the demon would literally say to them that he's going gonna leave the body of the boy and every time he did it the boy would either urinate or he would defecate on the priests. And so they were covered in in in all of that while they were doing the extra schism. Well, and if you don't mind that share quickly just from the from the journal, oh when first of all, I I do want to clarify that the the the PDF is available online. And so it's open it's available to the public, and I will share I can't say that. It's my, you know, my documentary or any of that means so, you know, from my standpoint on certainly, you know, pleased to share it. But again, the library that we're developing a library of of files, and we're going to announce to people why we're developing a library of files, and I just wanted to make sure that I could use that as as put the link in our library of files. So people can do the research if they wished to that's all I was asking, you, certainly certainly, and and you know, from my standpoint. Yes, most definitely, but I just wanted to clarify that. And if you don't mind reading quickly just from the the journal just says the most distinct markings on the body where the picture of the devil on ours right leg in the word. Hell imprinted on ours. Chest in such a way that arm could look. Look down upon his chest and read the letters plainly. So it was horrific for you know, for for Roland is. Experience in the if I can just quickly add it just said that there were also, you know, the arrows pointing down towards, you know, his his male part in and they said that they feel that in further answer to the prayer because they would you know, constantly prayer. There were two letters go in the third pointed away from the crotch and indication that might have meant that the devil would leave by way of urination or excrements though, it just shows, you know, the level of corn. And and that, you know, this poor boy, you know, underwent and then also the poor family. That's that's you know, at this point in time. I don't believe they were there. They were already in the they went from the house to actually the college church directory on campus, the university campus, they actually did put of the extra in there as well. No, not the little known fact. But here's a fact, it's another thing. John greider. Had said that one of the things was most terrifying was him constantly sounding like wood pecker. He would click his tongue and he would laugh like Woody woodpecker. So we go. And he'd laugh like that. And it was so bizarre because they said it was perfect. And it sounded like it was a it was it was just satanic. Woody woodpecker laughter. But what was interesting is is that there was a time where he doubled over and they woke up crying, and he says by throat hurts my throat hurts. And he didn't know what to do for the boy. And then as soon as he said, my throat hurts all of a sudden, his voice cleared, and they heard him seeing or or LA LA LA the blue Danube. And then of course, he's saying the old rugged cross, and I even heard even heard from. Someone else. I think it was actually Mark telling me that he also sang the also saying this song old man river, and what was funny is that he was performing these songs. And and is he preformed them the the priests felt like, oh, well, obviously, you know, nothing evil could do this. You know, they're they're getting closer closer closer. And then as soon as soon as they got closer to see if the boy was okay it happened. Again, did the boy would you know, release everything out to them? And and he would say to them, you know, in Latin some horrible thing about the priests about the priests or father, you this father, you know, and so law the stuff we saw in the movie the exorcist was nothing compared to what was going on with that boy in those priests. Well, yes, and actually he broke father Halloran knows and it's reference than the PDF. And so they many any hit another. Another father that was there in the nose bleed severely. But he actually broke father Halloran knows. And and he's he's I feel more connected. Even though I never really had a official relationship with him or anything never really knew him. But, you know, just seeing them around campus and just knowing, you know, just knowing, you know, seeing them interact, you know, a couple of times that I did I just a very serious, man. And and again, just really horrific, but he wouldn't really talk about it. But just to know that that was documented in there. And and the other thing if I may add quickly that I do wanna share during my time in the archives. There was a professor that will come in. And they had a an old middle age manuscript collection. So you know, they they collected. So the professor would go going to the archives and do his research. Well, he he knew father Halloran, quite well, and he shared a story that there that there was always a sense of dread. And. Foreboding when he would prepare to go to stub election brothers hospital to assist. Father Bowden, and it was just I in a negative like force or energy that you know, just a feeling of dread. Well, one time he used to back at that time, they had the streetcars, and he took a streetcar named to the election brothers hospital stopped and was about to exit the streetcar when he put his foot from the streetcars down to sex put on the ground a four stopped him is stopped his ear, and he could not he could not place it down. So and he said a prayer, and then it released, and he was able to, you know, put it down plants split into skull carry on, you know, assisting in the exorcist, I'm, but that was you know, that's not I came from father Halloran, but it was from a very trusted source that you know, that I got to know during my time there, and I trust them, either, honest, honest people, and you know, again, but it was just a story that just always fascinated me. And I'm just pleased to be able to share it want to read an excerpt from. This. And we'll go to the phones it says at midnight the father's plan to give Roland holy communion. But Satan would have no part of it. While the institution of the blessed sacrament was explained to Roland his body was badly scratched. In branded the word hell was printed on his chest and thi- upon the explanation of the apostles becoming priests receiving our Lord of the last supper, scratches appeared on Rowland's hips to his ankles and heavy lines seemingly as a protest to the holy communion. When father voter and attempted to give role in his small particle, the sacred host the boy was taken off by a quick seizure, and the devil said that he would not allow rolling to receive after four or five attempts. It was thought that he spiritual communion would have no suffice or would have to suffice. But even the expression of the words, I want to receive you in holy communion was cut off by seizure at the word communion from all further indications during the evening. It seemed to be attempts to administer the sacrament of the Eucharist rouse the devil more than ordinarily. He went through his usual routine of fighting barking like a dog, cursing, spitting. And of course, everything else. But he kept on longer than usual. There was no quiet sleep nothing, but constant prayer for the child, and he continued through the night. I mean, this this is how tiring and how brutal this. Sexism was in nineteen forty nine. And they just yes. Just today they attempted and they tried for several days to administer does eucharistic communion, and and they just unsuccessful, and again, just as you said he'd go into trance, and I do recollect also the, you know, how physically.
"louis university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Disease specialist and the chief medical officer at SNL Saint Louis university hospital, Dr Patel, thanks for joining us again as always great to be here. We heard earlier this week about severe viral outbreak of a common virus it turned deadly at a rehab center in New Jersey killing seven children, twelve others are sick. Here's what Dr the Pook tells us about it most parents don't need to be concerned. Now, these were kids with immunodeficiency, so they have weakened immune systems, and they just simply were easy prey for this type of virus? This is called an Adna virus. What are we talking about? So adenoviruses these are fairly common viruses. They caused the common cold, and they're pretty benign. Irises for the most part. But in this case, this was a rehab center for severely ill children recovering from a multitude of diseases and in that situation, even the cold can become deadly the virus attacks, those especially with compromised immune systems, folks that are receiving cancer treatments. Chemotherapies things like that. And in those debilitated patients both adults and children. It can cost of your illnesses pneumonia severe sepsis, basically overwhelming infection of the body, and and that can result in death. So what are the symptoms initially you start off with just a regular cold type symptoms runny nose upper respiratory stuff? Fevers chills body aches, and then it can progress, and as we heard in this story parents here parents elsewhere shouldn't really be worried about this one. I think that the key is the same as we've discussed in the past is that you want to protect. Check yourself as best as possible hand, washing hand hygiene is important. These outbreaks that happened in these congregated at group situations and facilities are always challenging. And and so the facility must maintain high standards of of infection prevention in order to prevent transmission of these types of viruses and other infections from one sick patient to another another story, we followed this past week was news of a new flu drug. It's the first approved new flu drug in two decades. So flu can kill flew in just a day says Mark Eisner with genetech works directly to interfere with food virus replication, it's approved for people twelve and older Andy says, it's just a single dose super important because it makes it very convenient and easy for patients to take as side effects. Most of the side effects actually, less than the placebo group. So it's so far shown to be very very well tolerated for patients so fluid is not meant to replace being vaccinated should be available in a matter of weeks. Sabrina cupid for CBS news, Atlanta. What's the difference between this new drug and tamiflu tamiflu is one of the older drugs has been around for some time and this drug works in a different way than where tamiflu works. And I think that's very important. That's what's really exciting about this medication. It's working in a different mechanism a different receptor site. So to speak. Then we're tamiflu in some of the existing drugs work, and the the opportunity here is that we may be able to discover even other ways that we can combat the flu virus using what's been learned from the development of of this drug. Dozens more people are getting sick from eating Sam Annella tainted beef this past week. The CDC report sixty three more cases that makes one hundred twenty people in more than two dozen states sick. The USDA has a list on its website of all the stores where this beef was sold. What's your reaction again to another seminar case? Yeah, I think this is again, we're just we're running into these situations aware factory production of food am gets contaminated, and then spread all over the country to large numbers of retailers where then it can make their way into the contaminated food can make its way into into homes and diets of of Americans across. The board. I think that the key message here again is that we need to make sure that we're we're holding these producers to height high standards of hygiene in their in their factories and the production warehouses, and then at home, you're practicing good food segregation, practices, keeping meats and other foods that that could be harboring these bacteria away from things that are going to be eating raw making sure that you're not cross contaminating their food. When you're preparing it using different cutting boards, different knife, series's different other utensils, and then washing your hands in between. Various food prep activities. We're talking with Luke, here's Dr Patel, Ethan, infectious diseases specialist. He's also the chief medical officer at SM health Saint Louis university hospital. Dr Patel wanted to ask you about a new story about heartbreak heart attacks, researchers at Rice University say the loss of a longtime spouse puts widows and widowers at a higher risk of heart attack or stroke, people really do die of a broken heart. Meaning that people that are briefed, especially if it was a spouse are higher risk of heart attack and stroke in the first year in the first three months there at a very very high risk. So what's going on there? Well, so at some level, there's been a a long history of of what's what's been called broken heart syndrome. And it's more specifically scientifically called SoKo suppo cardiomyopathy. Where is your heart muscle itself becomes injured because of sun grief are shock reactions? And again, this has been well established in the literature. What's intriguing about this new study is that they looked at in levels of various inflammatory markers in we're able to correlate high levels of inflammatory markers in the these individuals that are bereaved compared to folks that are not going through that bereavement process. And so now they're trying to establishing if you wanna say a causal mechanism for why this is happening. We all know that inflammation, which is your body's own defenses against against things like infections and whatnot. It's an important factor. But when it's out of control dysregulates. You know, sort of re amped up then it can cause problems and heart diseases has been long known to be associated with elevated states of inflammatory markers, and then injury and subsequent injury to the heart blood vessels heart muscle itself. And so I think that this is a this is a very intriguing study because it kind of ties together known phenomenon the phenomena of having that broken heart. And then seeing why folks are getting the the heart disease because of that grief reaction a hospital in Dallas this past week broadcast, a breast cancer surgery on Facebook live, it was to Mark breast cancer awareness month. Here's how some of that founded the high pitch sound like you've just heard is Dr deepest qualley identifying the area that's at risk in the breast. She has successfully removed that area to do. So she has used a tool called the savvy scout the savvy scout. It provides almost a metal detector like procedure for identifying an area that's up concern within the breath. It allows the surgeons to be very accurate and specific in the removal of that area. Dr Patel, what's your opinion on broadcasting surgeries? Well, I think you know, I'm I'm kind of a mixed feelings in this in this case, we have a very connected world nowadays, everyone has their smartphones or devices. Go pros everywhere that recording every aspect of their life. And and in a sense, it's sort of natural to say, okay. Well, this is a big deal for me. And I want to record that or transmit that from healthcare institution perspective. It's also important because we also feel that we want to contribute to education and learning both of of healthcare workers per practitioners. And and and the public so that they're aware of what what happens sometimes behind the closed doors of the operating room. I think it's important that in a situation of where I if somebody's going through a procedure that were very respectful that we have their appropriate consent on that we follow policies and procedures that protect their privacy and their dignity. But at the same time could provide an important education commission. So I think that if done appropriately, I think these sorts of things are good, but we have to be very careful, very thoughtful and very deliberate. As we go through it because I think we are opening the door to potential loss of privacy for individuals who may not be interested in that at this point at a very vulnerable stage in their life when they're in the operating room or under anesthesia, and I think that we need to be very careful when we proceed on. This course, Dr Patel, thanks again. Comeback at the end of the show for your health tip of the week. Okay. We'll do. Thanks, luke. Here's Dr Patel is an infectious disease specialist and the.
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Rapper Post Malone in California crash weeks after air incident
"National Louis university like wrap up post Malone and bubble wrap or something. He was just involved in a two car crash this morning West Hollywood known was injured. So that's guide. So it was in Beverly Hills. I guess not West Hollywood after impact occurred white Rolls, Royce continued on struck a fans and some shrubs and Beverly Hills. No, one was I the spokesperson said alcohol was not a factor post tweeted, God must hate me. L O L. Three weeks after that private jetty was on had to make an emergency landing in New York when the aircraft blue tires during takeoff scoring
Cancer-causing virus is spread through sex, but kids need the vaccine at age 11
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"louis university" Discussed on WLOB
"Turns for more information with all the news around the country today you might have missed the fact that the supreme court made some news today turning down to cases on gerrymandering we're talking about that this hour on the jim bohannon show mcgraw hill haven filling in our guest this hour greg willard who was a former white house staff assistant to gerald ford and he is currently professor at saint louis university greg willard let's go the phones here we've got tim in medford wisconsin tim you're on the jim bohannon show hello hello hello john hello and how are you doing tonight well how can they still claimed harm.
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"louis university" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Kiss up to you by national louis university riana drake are not tied anymore invokes june issue rehana opens up about drake's berry uncomfortable loved profession during the two thousand sixteen as where you know she was like really this is my awards a big deal to stand here meghan all about you cool she said the bma's is such a found for focused awards show so having energy around me and knowing that people who received the award in the past made it feel like a big deal so wading through that speech was probably the most uncomfortable part i don't like a lot of compliments i don't want to be put on blast when asked about the current state of her friendship with drake reenact said we don't have a friendship now but we're not enemies it is what it is she looks amazing and this vote though whole christina aguilera's on the cover of billboard magazine's may fifth issue talks about her time on the voice and she said of the boys that it was an energy soccer and that it left her longing for freedom from the tv zone she said it became something that i am feel was what i signed up for in season one you realize it's not about music it's about making good tv moments and i didn't get into this business to be a television show host and be given all these rules on working with me she said she worked before his breakdown in two thousand sixteen he produced a couple of her songs including her new one accelerate and she said i've always been a huge conny van outside of his controversial aspects but they ended up falling out of touch because quote there were some personal things that arouse which i need to hear the back story they're right what happened tell us we wanna know cardi b is about to be.
"louis university" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"And with anyone like to contribute and i happen to have some context in my social network who had essays this leaves by chief contributors ryan bat well who was a criminal charges that sent louis university and jamie hammer who's excellent writer based in london and brian haste that he's i s i was about being a criminal gist who studies biology in about being shunned by his field and he i didn't realize he was such a brilliant risa for a senate riding maybe it was just pure luck that he happened to be such really writer the second essay that he published something like a hundred thousand views in just a few weeks so we immediately sort of exploded and that was just due to the quality of contributors that had straightaway what we wrote about for the i s the first one was on bias issue criminology the second one was on the hatred genetics and the essay was about how herron team might not shape your personality as much as you think it does pusey he he was explaining the data from twin studies and it was just such a well recent cannery shoe it if kind of essay just exploited i mean people disagreed with it but huge impact and rogin jank got to the heart of the conflict between the social construction it's the biologists yeah has a new word that sort of emerged i don't know if it's specific canada or not but the word is biologically centralist and that seems to be social justice warrior code for fascist as far as contain biological essentially seems to be anyone who believes that there's any degree of biological influence on any element of human character whatsoever and last year i was concerned because of what was happening in canada at being a biologist was eventually going to be illegal in some sense which i actually believe it is technically certain provisions of our law because is bill c sixteen that i opposed last year which was passed now shanley has written social construction ism into the law so our law now now is predicated on the idea that their relationship between biological sex gender expression gender identity and sexual proclivity.
"louis university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The full campbell let's forecast coming up at seven owned nine but first one person is dead following a double shooting in south st louis police call to a home on grabwood near germania and hampton just before 530 this afternoon and founded unresponsive man in his sixties a woman in her sixties was found conscious of breathing she was taken to an area hospital for treatment upward yet on what led to the double shooting there are no suspects currently in custody no criminal charges but st louis university disciplined four bilic basketball players accused of sexual assault that story from came alexis kevin calling the four players were accused of sexual assault back in september of 2017 after three women showed up at a local hospital at two thirty in the morning and told their stock now defense attorney scott rosen bloom says the three bilican 's basketball players he represents have been suspended from eighteen months to two years and he says a fourth that he's not representing is expelled rosen bloom insist his three clients didn't do anything wrong and he will appeal slu is not commenting on the investigation except to say the results have been relate to all of the parties and they have the right to appeal also the circuit attorney's office tells us this case is not on their radar the police have not referred the case to them for any possible criminal charges awaiting indiana man is sentenced to twenty months in prison for his role in a kickback scheme at st louis as john cochran va medical center authorities say tony podrinje supervise the h mac shop from 2012 the 2015 and during that time received kickbacks for work he authorized the drought he was allowed to authorize work up to twenty five hundred dollars for outside contractors without prior approval many of the jobs in the scheme were near that limit parretti pleaded guilty in may 2017 his coconspirators have already been sentenced picking up the pieces after getting cut from the amazon contests downtown alderman jack khoder says we've got a lot of empty office space downtown that needs filling you know the biggest of vacant spaces in downtown be obviously at t tower which is a million four square feet of empty office space and then you've got the old millennium hotel site that's also sitting vacant both of which we included in our bid for amazon kotor says.
"louis university" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Uh you know st louis university a catholic school advertizes uh you know we've had at of catholic high schools advertise so i think people disarray able to kinda go cates it's conversations i personally wouldn't have i'm not necessarily comfortable with whether that be your story a gear your desire plow boyer my comfort level and talking about the adult film world but it's not malicious and i think that's the difference i don't know i don't know if i may i don't know for me and my everyday life it's hard because i don't get offended or take any dang seriously at all i think that's hard for me sometimes when i'm around people that do that i i kinda say what's on the top my hey now i have you know i understand what's right and wrong on what you what you need to saying what you don't need to say at a certain time but i also have a bubbly personality and just start talking and try to get people involved in some times that personality and what i say people take offence k when i can't really see that because i don't get offended people can bash me people can rip me or people can have different political views at and that's fine me in them can get along some people can't differentiate that and t especially impolitic day if somebody like trump and i and somebody done my trump they can't get along i mean it jet that that the thing to divides them and i never once had had an issue with that but it is hard for me to kinda hold my tongue in some scenarios to where i just usually talk whatever come to my hands i or one i do wonder about it because i you know like with the team a fan page for example i mean it's.
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"Shooting near saint louis university i'm michael kao who along side debby monterey kmox traffic and weather together is seven minutes away police are investigating that incident that began with a robbery and maplewood ended with a crash near the st louis university cam pass it started with a meeting in maplewood tuesday night to discuss the sale of some expensive tennis shoes the wouldbe buyers pulled a gun announced a robbery taking off but the shoes and cash from the seller but the victim gave chase and the two vehicles eventually crashed into each other near lindell and compton as the suspects are trying to run away one reportedly shot himself in the leg and was arrested the second suspect remains at large saintlouis university staff and students received text alerts and phone messages about the incident the allclear sounded just after nine last night a man in his early thirties survives being shot in the head twice overnight in nor city shooting happened at the forty two hundred block of red blood police about release the circumstance it says the victim is in critical but stable condition and the justice department picks kansas city and springfield not st louis for a new program to study lowering violent crime but the head of the fbi here says he'll feel left out for the past two and a half years a similar program has already been in effect local police meet every day with the fbi dha and atm after gather they've made five hundred forty arrests with two hundred forty weapons seized in large quantities of drugs fbi special agent in charge william would says more arrests are pending we have many pending investigations and criminal and st louis grim criminal investigations here in saint louis and as soon as we get the evidence that meets our thresholds those gains will be taken down would says in one recent case they arrested several gang members believed responsible for as many as thirty murders here this is kevin kilbane how many people know who committed a murder in st louis but they're afraid to testify thursday biggest the biggest factor we we had to fight police lieutenant colonel ronnie robertson says police and the circuit attorney's office what a move more witnesses to new addresses so they can testify without fear they will receive a new identity boat.
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"Zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye let us go to eric in fairfax virginia eric welcome you're on red eye radio welcome to the show higher guy spicer taking my call you're welcome uh i guess the scope of what on i want to say is bad america right now engaged and cultural warfare i come from a perspective of uh my test career was into army intelligence analyst and i went back to school at saint louis university during the riots which is just a five miles south of ferguson and uh liu school completely can get your later q all do demand go black lives matter of revved com of uh all all these different factions that had taken over the school i just like they did you a year later ashamed people actually um but ninety percent of the people around the streets the ferguson where millennials and they were they were pushed by the teachers to go up there in protest so leave little lineal we we we've grown up with the mentality of everybody gets a trophy everybody is always power and in the cultural context you have to look at the music the little res the bar culture it's all geared towards the last and so my question is how do we fight back against that you know i i i think a lot of that is ultimately harmless and goes nowhere in terms of that kind of behavior or what may be in pop culture or culturally in general might be geared toward a someone who is on the left bernama i think it's really geared toward your people a generation who tend to be on the left and it's it's more about a generation more generational than it is anything else and and and i think the again the responses to keep having the discussion and the debates but keep in mind this elevates to appoint because they have lost the debate when you have lost.
"louis university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Eye radio he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye let us go to eric in fairfax virginia eric welcome you're on red eye radio welcome to the show hi eric hi guys thanks for taking my call you're welcome i guess the scope of what are and i want to say is that america right now engaged in cultural warfare i come from a perspective of light past career was into army intelligence analyst and i went back to school at saint louis university during the riots which is just a five miles south of ferguson and go the school completely compatriot waited q all demand go black lives matter of revved com uh all all these different factions that had taken over the school uh just like they did you a year later saying equal actually on mm but uh ninety percent of the jewish people that were on the streets of ferguson where millennials and they were they were pushed by the teachers go up there in protest so leave the lineal we we we've grown up with the mentality of everybody gets a trophy everybody is always validated and in the cultural context you have to look at the the music the movies uh the bar culture it's all geared towards the left and so my question is how do we fight back against that you know i i i think a lot of that is ultimately harmless and goes nowhere in terms of that kind of behavior or what may be in pop culture or culturally in general might be geared toward someone who is on the left or not i think it's really geared toward young people a generation who tend to be on the left and it's it's more about a generation more generational than it is uh anything else and and and i think the again the responses to keep having the discussion and the debates but keep in mind this elevates to appoint the because they have lost the debate when you have lost the debate the only thing you can do is take some kind of physical action you can take action in that and what they do believing that will win their song and remember the punishment did come from the university of missouri when it came to enrollment students didn't wanna go so the students saint this is.