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"maggie fox" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:24 min | 10 months ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on WTOP

"A man has died after being hit by a vehicle on landover road in prince George's county happened at about ten 30 last night Police say the driver of the vehicle who hit the man drove away from the scene They found the man unresponsive in a ditch He was taken to the hospital where he later died The CDC has followed the FDA in approving booster shots of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for 16 and 17 year olds They will be able to get the booster 6 months after they get their second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine CNN senior health editor Maggie Fox talked with WTO's Sean and Hillary about why the two agencies made their decision now I think the CDC is a little bit worried about the omicron variant It looks like it's more transmissible It's becoming clear though the immunities waning for just about anybody who got the vaccine and they want to make sure that they're holding back on the spread of both variants that Delta and the variant and it's clear that booster shots do that One concern of course was myocarditis really rare but it happens that hard inflammation in some teens So what's the deal with that And how do the regulators feel about it Well that was one of the reasons for kind of delaying the authorization for the teenagers but some studies have come out It's very mild if and when it occurs It's less likely among teenagers It's easy to treat if it's detected And again it's vanishingly rare and the risks from COVID-19 are greater than the risks of myocarditis from the vaccine We also heard today from the Pfizer top executive that he believes that a fourth booster shot of Pfizer vaccine may be needed down the road What's up with that You know this is a lot of speculation but it is clear that these new variants are emerging that there is a lot of evolution in the virus that much of the world is not getting vaccinated very fast and as long as there are tens and hundreds of millions of people who are not vaccinated and the virus is spreading is going to evolve and it's going to change There's a lot of change in this omicron variant It looks now like if people are vaccinated and boosted they can still become infected What's not clear is how severe their infection is but it's also clear that if you're infected you can spread it So if it's spreading it's going to evolve And if there's a lot of spread even if it's mild in most people it's still going to be severe in a number of people and that could mean lots of hospitalizations down the road So if there's change you're going to have to change the vaccine down the road Maggie any last observation for people about this Well I mean it's just clear from public health officials and regulators that really if you can get a booster you should get a booster The World Health Organization doesn't like the idea of rich countries boosting people before the rest of the world is vaccinated but it's also clear that the vaccines that are here in the U.S. aren't going anywhere so people here might as well get them Meantime the pressure is on for rich countries like the U.S. to get those vaccines to the rest of the world also CNN senior health editor Maggie Fox in conversation with WTO ps Sean and Hillary coming up after traffic and whether some invisible warriors as they're called from World War II recently honored in the district will tell you about them sports next 7 14 Hello Come in the I'm known as a cold.

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Hot gos- margaret fox and john fox had children in the beginning. They had their four children. One passed away. They had leah. Elizabeth maria and david and then they separated for a bit john john god little squirrelly and he had a issues with alcohol so margaret was like peace out dude and she moved in with her sister and and then they came back together john how to coming to jesus moment and he came. They came back together and had margaret. And catherine or kate so maggie keeton. Wow so they were the two little ones. There's about twenty years difference between maggie. And and that's why so. These men put the sisters on. They had a stand on tables and a examined their bodies And their clothes and between their skirts and they tied courts to their wrists and ankles and pulled and they examined their feet and their hands and their faces and it they were. I think they intentionally tried to make these girls uncomfortable. Sounds like it. Yeah and they had. It was a series of tests over three days and they re Re they changed the committee each time while the next day they were taken to a room by because at first the men were absolutely gonna have them strip and they were going to search them and i day yeah. They became distressed. And we're like no so. Then they had women a group of women take them into a room and have them undressed and they check their bodies and their clothes and the girls were so upset. They were visibly shaken and they started to cry. They actually started christ so loud. The that Amy post fucking bad ass. Quaker who basically stands up for people Amy posts like my new hero. She barged into the room and was like. Oh fuck no get goals. Yeah get your hands off. These girls leave this room and she helped the girls get dressed and she's like this has gone too far. Nudity back then was so. I mean that was traumatizing for yes and they were even talking about how even the men examining their ankles and feet was like yes because it that no that'd be like now if a guy's like just let me see one nip. Let me see your tain like just let me see your butthole like real quick. I mean the anc the butthole of the lake..

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"She was a prominent stop on the underground railroad in rochester. New york and the so. What's cool about the fox sisters that you know they're controversal and we'll get to that at the end of the series why Some people like them. But i and some people. Don't i personally like them. Because they weren't just mediums for these famous feminists and abolitionists. They were friends and they believed in the movement and they were part of this movement. And i think that's really cool. I think that's really cool. It is really cool and it's really important and that's why we're covering this. Yes absolutely so just for the spooky cookies but yeah bucking historical importance. Yes it was a big fucking deal. Yeah so and note. Quakers were fucking bad. Oh my god. There's so much quaker stuff at my book to tude at quaker's get this. Have this reputation for being like staunch and square and they were a harley or abolition like they were bad ass. I will never look oatmeal the same. It is the breakfast of fucking champion. Who needs wheaties. All right. I'll get off my soapbox anyways. It's a fun soapbox to be on it so ramped up all week. That's why cassie was making fun of me and saying that maybe boehner because my tax we're very sexually aggressive. Yeah okay so in eighteen forty nine. The suggestion of seances on a public scale was mentioned. The sisters were nervous. They didn't wanna be ridiculed for their beliefs because this is our only been on a small scale of like a close knit circle of like people. They trusted and friends of friends who they trusted. Yeah they had people that came in wanted to had initial doubts about it but there wasn't anything on a huge scale nothing aggressive it you know so. They were nervous With the help of a man by the name of george willits who was in charge of the business end and alab cape ran. hope. I'm saying that right. Who gave an opening lecture to the beginning. At the beginning of their seance they got they. They rented a hall. They rented Carinthian hall in rochester and on november fourteenth. Eighteen forty nine. The fox held their first public. Seance and for fifty cents you. Would you would admit one gentleman and to lady companions and that just right there how much women were worth twice as less as a man also. It's like why does he get to date. I don't know i. I have to take you on your best friend. It's it's a three a three. The rule i have to bring to women with murals. Get in throttle prices. Only yeah i feel like what the fuck man okay. We all have to kiss at the end to say on account. It's on the back of the ticket. I'm sure he said something fucking pervy like that to Needless to say the sands did not go over well at all. Most of the rochester sens rochester ins. Most of the people who win iraqis the ooh that was blouberg were outraged by what they thought was fraud and they demanded the fox sisters be put to the test so they formed this committee. And i'm not gonna say the names of the guys on the committee because they are not relevant to the story by name in my opinion but what they did to these women was totally unacceptable and violating at. It's bunch of fucking bullshit. An i think they set out to make these girls uncomfortable and mind you. This was a fifteen year old and an eleven year old and lia was much older i believe she was about twenty years older because she was the oldest because side. Note a little..

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Do i feel like more. Men should show platonic affection towards one another absolutely one hundred percent but do i think it's bizarre that you have a friend come over. And you're like him in why you sleep in my bed tonight. But they're not even. I mean are they friends or are they just acquaintances. No they are good friends. Oh okay. they're good friends. So mr grainger in replicating there while they could be. I mean they were both married but okay so mr grainger then invited well did some research into this and found found out that this is actually totally normal for men to do with one another because it usually meant that they just wanted to talk privately. What does seems like a lot of work just to have a private conversation. I kind of feel like people weren't allowed to be them true selves back then which is fucked up and i think maybe something else was going on but i do. Maybe a little bit of pillow talk. But i don't want to. It's not my place to expose other people's business. But i'm definitely not want out the rippling reverend reverend clark mr grainger but i mean i think maybe that's why it was so normal because people could not be themselves which is fucked up. Yeah i mean. I don't know okay. So here's the. I just put myself in this situation. We come a my husband and high come to visit you and husband and you say to me. Why don't you sleep with me in my bed tonight and her husband's can sleep. Don't know in the spare bedroom. I just think that's what i say. Yes probably i have actually kicked out of bed at. I've had a friend sleep with her and he had to sleep on the couch by himself before. Okay does feminine being. I feel like maybe. That's not as taboo as to platonic mail saying that to one another. But i feel like. I like it either way whether it was pillow. Talk or platonic private talk. I kind of like the idea that men were just okay with sharing a bed and it wasn't anything weird or gross but i did find that odd and. When did we stop doing that. We should maybe get more into doing that..

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"She moved out of the home around fourteen. And that's when she married a man named bowman fish or my god. She was such an old maid. Thank god he took her. I seriously am. I cannot say fish without saying fish dish. I don't know why it's fun to say. I like to fish dish. I got it. I don't know and they had a daughter who they named lizzie. Who i mentioned earlier. She lizzy was there at the beginning of a she. Was there the night that this all started. And previous she had been there when they had heard the knox just within the family eventually fish realized he actually married a child and he couldn't cope with her immaturity. Okay well good on you. I guess but it's a little too late. Then what did he do. Oh so he realized he married a child and his first thought was. I think i have to abandon this child with my child so he said he was going on a business trip and he never fucking came back. bobin fish was a piece of shit. Oh my god. So end years. Later leah found out he married a rich widow in illinois and just like lift his best life. I mean maybe he was into cougars. Who knows. I don't know why he married. A child then woke up one day. It was like oh i actually married a child and i'm sorry. Did you say his age. They got married. No it did not say his age okay but he was probably like in his twenties. I'm it was inappropriate for sure. Yeah so he left leah to raise their daughter lynn's lizzy in a time when that was highly unorthodox. So you have maggie in kate. They're coming into who they are going to be. And they're kind of trapped in this weird and this is so interesting to me just this kind of dichotomy because here they're like almost suspended inbetween worlds so one world they have you know you have to be passive domestic married modest demure. You have to be quiet. You can't be hysterical. You have no opinions. You're here you know just to be a really at service to your husband or the mill counterparts in your life But then they have leah. Who is living in the total opposite world where she is independent. She is single mother living in a city and she is She teaches piano to make ends meet. And she i think does well for herself. She was known to be an incredible pianist and also a beautiful singer and she had some parts in her median ship when she came into her own medium ship sometimes sang and played piano and that was a way of kind of connecting.

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Some say shredded coats. I say smoking gun. I believe it hang the bell family. It's all the evidence i need. Only got my. Autocorrect change it from peddler to pepper when she came back. Pepper had disappeared so apparently his name was pepper. So and there in lies the beginning of mainstream spiritualism in the united states as we know it. It took off from the last april fools eve. This crazy phenomenon took over for almost eighty years from the mouths of babes sp. It's an children. It started with little girl's maggie was fourteen and kate was ten of fourteen and ten or fifteen and eleven. So but i just do want to note that. Spiritualism wasn't invented by the fox sisters ancient cultures all over the world have always tried to contact beyond our world so they did not invent spiritualism but it was like they were the kindling that this fire needed to take off in the united states specifically there were predecessors to the movement totally will i mean and there's also and that's just within the american culture so let's say within the american culture they were one of the the. I feel like the fox sisters brought mainstream. But you have a native american culture and the ancestral spirits and then you have japanese culture that has ancestral spirits. And then you have mexican culture with do team. Where does the day of the dead and there. It's the one day that they can. you know. have some kind of contact with the spirit world. So this wasn't a new idea. It was just kind of a spark that started a fire that kind of burn for the next eight years in the united states and across europe and all over the world. Really totally there. There was a predecessor mentioned in. My book. probably should've said his name. I did not but he never. It never took off with him right. And that's why the fox sisters are the fox sisters because they were kind of for whatever reason there they had that. How'd they say genesis. Equa exactly as maggie in k. Were obviously at the center of this phenomenon. But if not for their eldest sister leah. I don't think the fox sisters might have had the impact that they did on spiritualism in the united states so a little bit about lia..

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Quote female emotions could ruin their complexion but beyond cystic. acne which is like not life. Threatening hysteria was a major concern is a legitimate concern for women because doctors diagnosed women of hysteria and the they said it was a female disease of heightened emotion. And it actually started in utero i would have been arrested or murder I would have one hundred percent been in jail so it was suggested that the safest place for girls and young women was the home Being a domestic goddess. So that's just kind of like kind of mirror. What tiffany was saying. What the times were like for women. winters in well white women. Black women were enslaved in this time period so they had it even worse winters. Hide ville weren't for the faint of heart. It was snowy icy windy and along with that. Came storming noises right we had clapping boards. We have branches snapping wind. There's animals during into homes looking for food a place to keep warm. Just five harsh winters. There was a lot of noise is going on. There's old houses there is. I'm sure livestock in and shit everywhere. I don't know but at the end of march eighteen forty eight the rented farmhouse begin to harbor unfamiliar knocks in the night thumps on the ceiling bumps on the walls and wraps on the floor night after night. Knocking would continue and on april. Fools eve lizzy maggie. Kate's cousin and the daughter of the eldest girl leah was staying over and this was a night that began to communicate with the mysterious knocking. The girls would click and clack a certain number of times and the mysterious knocking would repeat exactly. It was sad that on margaret side of the family. The women were gifted with a second site is what they called it She's like my grandma was burned at the stake for being a witch like seriously. I think i think that she said there were several female ancestors in her family. That had this site. So wasn't much of a stretch for margaret to believe that this was a spirit and non something other going on I feel a kinship to margaret. Because i would be like as for sure is spirit. Yep on it sounds totally different from an ice cold branch snapping of ice storm and leading into this there was like there was all kinds of bumps and thumps in the night market was increasingly..

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"I really love the social aspect of the spiritualist movement. i'm more. I think you would lean towards modern. I would lean more towards scully. Oh thank you so much. I like that. A huge piece of the spiritualism movement was the social reform. The movement worked towards especially in those early days. And i guess it makes sense when you believe that you don't need the churches rules anymore because you have direct contact with the spirit realm. You want that same independence in all aspects of your life. The patriarchy that typifies traditional churches had no place in the spiritualism movement going to get. They were radicals and controversial spiritualist believed. And what. I'm saying. This obviously i know that. Not every person in the movement had the same beliefs but on a whole the majority Spirits was believed that women needed equality in education in property ownership in custody of their children and pay in control of their bodies Spiritualist tackled the topic of role in marriage. They were against the fact that women lost all autonomy with marriage including that women had no legal right to refuse their husbands sex or to prevent pregnancies. Many spiritualists believe that marriage was commonly because of familial or social pressures because women lacked self sufficiency for the reason that they were not given the freedom to be self sufficient Basically they wanted marriage to be a union based on love and harmony and on on social expectation or financial requirements. It was pretty groundbreaking. The way they talked about marriage The suffrage movement was greatly impacted by spiritualists especially here in california where the two groups joined forces for social change trance speakers often spoke at women's suffrage rallies spiritualists align themselves with abolitionists and worked on that social front as well. They openly criticized churches. That didn't speak out about the atrocities of slavery. And like i said obviously. I can't speak to every single spiritualists in the group but overall they were people that want to change. They wanted people to have autonomy over themselves. They wanted equality for everyone. Not just the few elite and although their spiritual beliefs may lead people with doubts they were ahead of their time in many social ways. The popularity of the spiritualist movement across the united states and also europe really can't be overstated people from all walks of life and all social and economic classes. Believe in spiritualism poor people could hold seances at home and the well off could go to spiritualists retreats on lakes and beach fronts in the summertime. Which i read about. I would have totally gone to one like spiritualist camp summer camp. Yes so fun. Signed me up mary. Todd lincoln brought mediums to the white house and held seances for senators and cabinet members This shit went all the way to the top before its fall from popularity in the nineteen twenties which you know we're going to get to the spiritualist movement had impacted thousands of people..

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"I i could see you know it seems like what the fuck this is wild and crazy ling but a lot of medicine at the time was kind of what the fuck away hundred percent traditional quote unquote traditional doctors prescribing opium. Alcohol kind of fun lethal amounts of mercury bleeding. 's or sometimes they're just be like you need to listen to your dad or as treatments us. Just lick them bottom of the to go two doors down and get go to the oldest male in the house and lick the bottom of his shoe and you will be cured. I mean this is a time before. Doctors were required. Any formal training to become a doctor. Check out our quacks episode for more fun and terrifying dr shit. That's a plug. Shameless plug was terrifying time in medicine or to be patient seriously. What was kind of cool. Was that these medical mediums. When they did prescribe medicine they were like botanical. And stuff. so it wasn't at least in that way it was not it was like dandelions which actually are very good for your heart. I try to drink dandy lion. Tea did not like it. I think you just gotta pinch. Your nose and spoonful of sugar and chagas giant mug of scalding teaming. Hot dandelions eighty was it. 'cause it's supposed to help get toxins out or something but is good for heart health to you could eat it in a salad too. Just can't eat dandelions greens. Yeah how ever done that. Hell no but what. I recommend it one hundred percent just thinking about like two dogs and my backyard. Do i wanted anything to my lawn. Woman not no. I hadn't heard a sheep here a couple of weeks ago. I'm not eating any plant life in my yard for a very in your yard. You had her sheep. Yeah i had about fifteen sheep here. She doesn't own sheep. That's why this is so strange. I did for a while. And they're gone now. Random between the sheep and the bear. You'd better fucking watch out. So that's not all the mediums. We have mediums. Who worked through art music photography. I mean basically just as no seances like another every medium seemed to have her own signature style or special talent. It's kind of like podcasts. You can't fuck and say that you hate podcasts. Because there are so many different topics styles posts in new. I mean you'll find a seance that you like just like a find a podcast that you like exactly. Perfect gotta look analogy. That's what they say about me. We'll perfect analogy steve. Okay i love the spooky part of it. Because i'm like the spooky molder of this group. Actually we're probably just who spooky moulders most of the time but.

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Distinguish themselves by hal. The communication with the spirit was provided. There were many different kinds. They were mediums conducted. What we all think about. When we think of a seance people would seek these mediums out to make contact with a loved one that passed in these cases the spirit would typically cover the surviving family members by telling them that they were at peace and that type of thing During this time about a quarter of all children died before five. I believe was a statistic that i read so there were a lot of people looking for comfort. I mean you had and that's just children is just children in the new sickness that affected all everybody and then they're just conditions in which people were living. It was just. There's a lot of of death. Yeah there were trance speakers who spoke before large audiences which was not normal at the time or always permitted for a woman to be a public speaker. yeah be in front of an audience. I mean isn't that wilding affecting this. Isn't they raise at. Oh my gosh. I'm so thankful for our ancestors all the privileges that we have totally reading this book. Radical spirits because it. I didn't read the full title. It's spiritualism and women's rights in the nineteenth century america and i wasn't a full range half the time but it was informative but it was in the history part was infuriating oftentimes. Yeah and that's what. I was talking about this intersection between spiritualism and a lot of the civil rights movements at the time the women's suffrage and the abolition they all just kind of came the intersected. And i it's just what a fucking time to be alive seriously. It was the worst of times that it was the best time. Sleep to quote. charles charles. Dickens gave it a rating. There were medical mediums as the name implies they dealt with healing in a society where medicine and the clergy often had views. That went hand in hand. Meaning not exactly pro-women This was actually a very cool venture into women's health albeit not always correct and their claims on the asli or the safest. Yeah but at the very least mediums. Were on the side of women which wasn't always the case Medical mediums worked in different ways. Some through trans examination. Some through spirit. Dr some prescribed but tentacles others would lay hands and the spirits would help the affliction others still would use their clairvoyance to figure out the ailment. And like all things spiritualism. It seemed pretty loose as to what exactly the medical treatment entailed..

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Happy Hour Gets Weird

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"I just did a little screen shot of the wikipedia. It was a term used in spiritualism to know a substance or spiritual energy exteriorise by physical mediums. And we will talk about ectoplasms. A little bit more later on in the series. Yeah in the series Other mediums performed automatic writing. Which is that you know. I think we've all seen it in a horror movie where scribbling scribbling and then words start being written when they're in a trance. I love that What what horror movies that in. I wanna say say hereditary. Oh there is a scene of that and hereditary. There's another one that. I'm not the one that i owe the others. I think she does they do it in that too. It's very effective in a scary movie. It is and i in real life. also. I don't know how i would react. Probably not well. If i saw somebody doing that. I'm a big chicken so you would be like. Can i read this. Seances wikipedia page. I please because that's what i'd do instead of watching them. I wait till they come out..

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"I'll get into that in a minute. So there has been a resurgence of the spiritualism movement in more recent years but for our purposes we will mainly be discussing the movement at its origins between the late eighteen forty s and the early nineteen twenty s. And my history. Here at least for this episode is primarily focused on the united states what is known as the modern spiritualism movement began in march of eighteen forty eight when two young sisters known as the fox sisters claim that they could communicate with the dead in their upstate. New york home through series of taps and knocks. And that's all. I'm gonna say about that because cassie is going to cover them more. Spiritualists were a group of individualists. They didn't want to be organized and they didn't want to fit into society at least at the early stages they were controversial and they pushed the limits not only on spiritual beliefs but on societal norms as well and although the movement was definitely flawed especially in his later years which we will cover on another episode. The early days of the movement seemed pretty cool. Yeah they did. I think that they were pure. Yeah and i think that. I like how they just kind of pushed the limits on everything and i and i really dislike aac. Yes i really disliked all the people that does liked them which makes me in turn like them more. Yes i think there was in the early stages spiritual spiritualism in off auto talk about this later. There was like a very interesting intersection analogy and it was the more i read about it the more. I was kind of like wait a minute. Boehner alert nobody clicked on this episode. That new here expected to hear boehner this many times more reading it that old listeners. They were ready. So spiritual is a popular seances which was often how a person or medium would communicate with the spirit. So let's talk say on says and then we'll talk about the mediums themselves. I think we all know what a seance is. But i will i kind of just want to get into them a little bit more here because i think that there is a big variety and seances that a lot of people probably aren't aware of so. I think that we all have kind of a similar picture. People sitting around a table in a dimly lit room a medium. Speaking in an altered voice That sort of thing if you want to see that. Sorry to interrupt or interject really know always in direct if you want to see that done really well as far as in like tv penny..

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"But i decided to do it vegan style and instead of an egg wait. I added the juice of fifty garbanzo. Beans no okay. So that sounds complicated. Like a juice. I i wish people could see by. Tiffany was it. Was that name with the lady with the calculus. It was you can milk anything with nipples are still have nipple. Yes so i learned the hard way. No i'm just kidding. I use garbanzo being choose. I if you can call it that. But it's just really in the cannabis in a canada garbanzo beans. It's just the liquid and the can so it just used that in place of an egg way and let me tell you awesome. It is even foam earlier. Oh my god. I need to try it. I i've heard of this hack. It's so i haven't tried it. I'm going to and it's vegan and i love garbanzo beans anyways and it doesn't give garbanzo bean flavor. Which honestly. I kind of wouldn't mind garbanzo beans and peaches and basil. I mean come on my last meal right there. And then because i'm a maximalist. I added cardamom bitter. Because why not you know. I just throwing the kitchen sink but you could just use regular old bidders and then just your basic lemon juice and you just shake it up and it's it's phenomenal. So as per usual our recipes and pictures of the cocktail will be on our social media. Most likely our instagram. So go over there and check that out. That'll be up for you to see and for you to use make it let us know when and if you are new. Please follow us on our instagram. it's really fun. Yes right so like cassie said today. And for the next few episodes we are talking about the spiritualism movement. And yes i kind of do a lady boehner for it but i'm going to restrain myself so for my part i'm going to give some insight into the beliefs and practices in this movement. And then as cassie said she's gonna be diving into the super fascinating fox sisters also. I just want to say that because of the timeframe that we have to cover our topics. I know that i'm going to be omitting things that you if you are. Knowledgeable on the subject may find really irritating by what topics like. This compression is key to make the episodes manageable for both ourselves and the listener spiritualist believed that communication with the debt was possible through mediums and their goal was to prove the soul immortal through this communication as my main source radical spirits by an broad. Put it quote it held to attractions that proved irresistible to thousands of americans rebellion against death and rebellion against authority and quote spiritualists. Seemed to generally believed that the spirit world was not static but evolving and that because of that spirits could educate the living on moral or ethical situations. Which is really fascinating. In my opinion the world of the living and the world of the dead would communicate in different ways by different means..

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"maggie fox" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on WTOP

"Officials have been telling us that people who have both doses of these vaccines look like they're very well protected even against the variance. The problem might be when there's a lot of Virus circulating in a population people are more likely to be exposed. But the A federal official, speaking at the White House today continue to say that Americans who are living in highly vaccinated areas and who themselves are fully vaccinated should be safe. Maggie is there a sense that this third booster shot could help better protect from other more transmissible and more virulent variance. There is no evidence of that yet. But one thing fighter said, was that they were going to change the formulation a little bit right now. The vaccines target just a little piece of what's called the spike Protein. That's the part of the virus said it uses to infect cells. Pfizer says they're developing a vaccine that targets the entire spike protein, and that would be an obvious attempt to get broader protection against more different changes in the virus. What people have been seeing when they test these vaccines is that the the immunity induced by vaccination is very broad and very long lasting. So even if the virus has mutated a little bit, there's enough cushion of protection. That it's still protects people from the worst effects of infection. Maggie as always, Thank you for your help. Appreciate it. Thanks, Maggie. Always a pleasure, CNN senior health editor Maggie Fox 6 53..

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CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless in Most Places

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02:31 min | 1 year ago

CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless in Most Places

"Increasingly tired of wearing that face mask. Possible. The extraordinary success we've had in vaccinated so many Americans so quickly today. We've given out 250 million shots in 114 days, The move comes is more than 100 million Americans have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine. Remember, those state and local governments have the final word on these rules, and nothing has changed across the D. M V Tonight. In terms of mask rules, CNN senior Health editor Maggie Fox spoke the W T O P. Shawn and Hillary a little earlier about how this came about. He has been under a lot of pressure from a lot of places to go. That people can do more once they're vaccinated as a way of encouraging people to get vaccinated. The CDC has been digging in its heels. But today, Dr Wolinsky, the director of the CDC, said that enough has happened to wear her agency feels comfortable in sort of changing the guidance and lightening it up, she says. That the number of cases have been dropping. There's been more vaccine, There's more people getting vaccinated. And she says the science has shown that the vaccines are very effective that they protect people against variants and, most importantly, that people who are vaccinated are not very likely to catch the virus and spread it to people who are unvaccinated. What the CDC saying is, If you're vaccinated, your safe and the people around, you are safe. So there's no more reason for you to have to wear a mask. A final thought for us as we approach the weekend and all of a sudden we find out. Maybe we can do some more stuff. Well, probably thought but again, it's up to your local jurisdiction to decide so the CDC does not set law president Biden said. We will not be enforcing this local jurisdictions. Specially probably here in the D C area are probably going to keep some of their restrictions on people and stores. Restaurants bars places like that are very likely to keep their restrictions because there's one big issue you can't tell who has been vaccinated, then senior health editor Maggie Thoughts

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CNN Senior Health Editor Maggie Fox on Biden's Vaccine Goals

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01:21 min | 1 year ago

CNN Senior Health Editor Maggie Fox on Biden's Vaccine Goals

"Let's bring in one more voice maggie fox. She's a senior health editor with cnn. Maggie welcome hi nice to be with you. The president biden's news conference opened with the bank on december eighth. I indicated that. I hope to get one hundred million shots people's arms in my first one hundred days. We met that goal last week by day. Fifty eight forty two days ahead of schedule now. Today i'm setting the second goal and that is we will buy one hundred office have administered two hundred million shots and people's arms two hundred million shots and one hundred days maggie. This is double his original goal. What do you make this new target while know. It's not a very hard target to hit to be honest jen he. He was already he. The country was already on track to make that goal. It's already well on track to make the goal of two hundred million doses. He's setting the bar right at. What the country's going to hit. Anyway i mean that said it. It's been a terrific takeoff of the vaccine effort. It wasn't clear we were gonna have enough vaccines. They're rolling out a little bit slowly but boy. This is the fastest rollout of any vaccine. That's ever been done in such a short period of time.

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FDA vaccine advisers endorse Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine

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01:04 min | 1 year ago

FDA vaccine advisers endorse Johnson & Johnson's single-dose COVID-19 vaccine

"When it comes to the fight against Cove in 19 U. S. Health advisers have endorsed a one dose Corona virus vaccine from the company's CNN Senior health editor Maggie Fox joined us earlier to provide a timeline of when the new vaccine might get into patients are just gonna be fast doses are already made. As as you previously reported there, there's four million doses ready to go. What happens now is what will get an authorization from the FDA. And they say they'll do that Andy slave it who's the chief advisor to the White House on these matters? Says he expects the FDA to do that. Then it's up to the CDC to decide whether people should actually get this authorized vaccine. So the CDC s advisers see Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will be meeting on Sunday, and they'll vote whether Americans should get the vaccine. They may also have some advice about who should get this particular vaccine. The CDC director will then say, OK, go and the U. S. Is ready to roll with ease, the White House says immediately, which means probably Monday. Coming up on w t. O P.

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FDA advisers recommend J&J vaccine for emergency authorization

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02:19 min | 1 year ago

FDA advisers recommend J&J vaccine for emergency authorization

"Amid this new warning from President Biden. There's been another significant step forward for the nation's covert effort. An FDA advisory committee endorsing Johnson and Johnson's covert shot and, according to multiple reports of CDC expects the FDA to grant emergency use authorization tomorrow. CNN Health editor Maggie Fox joining our own Sean Anderson and Hilary Howard earlier to talk about This endorsement was made said that it was a pretty easy decision for them. They said that the data clearly showed that this vaccine is not only effective in preventing severe Corona virus infections, but that it's also a very safe vaccine. So this committee, these advisers to the FDA voted unanimously to recommend that the FDA gives emergency use authorization to the vaccine. Well, the acting commissioner of the FDA, Dr Janet Woodcock, has issued a statement saying that she plans to do that very quickly. Assuming this all happens as it's supposed to what's the timetable here for getting doses made and then distributing them without this is going to be fast doses are already made. As you previously reported there, there's four million doses ready to go. What happens now is what will get an authorization from the FDA. And they say they'll do that so we can expect that probably tomorrow. So Andy slave it who's chief advisor to the White House on these matters, says he expects the FDA to do that tomorrow Saturday. Then it's up to the CDC to decide what people should actually get This authorized vaccine. So the CDC s advisers see Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices will be meeting on Sunday, and they'll vote whether Americans should get the vaccine. They may also have some advice about who should get this particular vaccine. CDC director will then say OK, go and the U. S. Is ready to roll with ease, The White House says immediately, which means probably Monday. Maggie quickly before we go. Can we get enough vaccine quickly enough to blunt the rising variants? That is the race? That's what everybody's worried about These variants. Some of them appear to be more contagious and really the best way to get out in front of that is to get as many people vaccinated as fast as possible. Johnson. Vaccines boost that a little bit, but they don't have a whole lot of vaccines ready to go until the end of

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"maggie fox" Discussed on WTOP

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on WTOP

"T. OBY, Sean and Brennan earlier with more on these new findings, it's way better than anybody had hoped for. That's for sure. I've been speaking to vaccine researchers who are all kind of doing happy dances and saying things like We never expected anything this good. It's still all very initial data. We've only got a few 100 cases in each of the trials, but both Visor and the other companies called Moderna are showing just unexpectedly good results in their early data. They're gonna have to go through it in and analyze it a bit more and wait for some more cases. But meanwhile visors moving ahead and asking the Food and Drug Administration to give him what's called emergency use authorization so people can start rolling this vaccine out and giving it to people. What they found is unexpectedly. It works, Justus well in older people. As it does in younger people. That's a bit unusual for a vaccine and it seems to work safely. There weren't any big safety concerns in in the cases that they've seen, of course, the more people that get vaccinated. The more information on that they will get But so far, it's pretty remarkable results. This visor vaccine. The information that has surfaced is that it has to be kept at extremely cold temperatures. The competing vaccine from Moderna can be refrigerated, at least for a short time. Is this a massive disadvantage for the fight of FISA version of this? You can't be in some ways, but you know there, there are likely to be more than just the two vaccines. And at first, there's going to be a shortage of vaccine supply. So it's just a well that different vaccines have different properties. It's it's starting to shake out that maybe the visor vaccine will be useful to be deployed in big hospitals, Big hospital systems, big cities. Where it could be given to healthcare workers who are at the first of the line anyway. To be given any vaccine. These would be places that are set up to vaccinate lots of health care workers all at once, and that would work fine. And then the Madonna vaccine if it does get authorized. Would perhaps be better to roll out more rural areas where it's a little harder to keep vaccines that cold. Maggie Fox, senior editor at CNN's health unit, You can read more about these new vaccines have w t o p dot com as the covert infection sore sore.

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DC Metro area and Montgomery, Alabama remain among the areas with the highest covid numbers

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00:54 sec | 2 years ago

DC Metro area and Montgomery, Alabama remain among the areas with the highest covid numbers

"The White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr Deborah Berke says DC northern Virginia Montgomery and prince George's counties remain among the nation's highest regions recovered nineteen cases this morning to put it another way CNN health unit senior editor Maggie fox says we haven't really flatten the curve around here at all in general rates have been hired in large cities and we know the northeast got hit really hard really early New York City was particularly badly affected by corona virus but it's also important to realize that testing is still kind of a mess in the United States and it's hard to know if it's giving an accurate picture of where the cases really are and where they are not there's no reason to believe that the DC area wouldn't be heavily affected but the test results are a reflection of who's being tested and how so if there's more testing going on you're going to have a higher levels of

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"maggie fox" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

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02:56 min | 2 years ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Keep it simple. Let's get to a fan. Favourite segment called the wild business shadow of the week. Business out of the week while business shadow of the weeks. This is where we talk about a recent or somewhat recent brand campaign that caught her attention and we were chatting about spotify earlier because spotify. I mean I'm very impressive. And rapidly changing company overall. And even you know it seems like new acquisitions. Every day but There's something they did from an advertising campaign standpoint. That caught your attention. You might talk about that for a little bit yes? You're so I know you often have. People talk about new campaigns. This campaign is not new more. Was IT in North America? It was from two thousand six and a husband and I were in London time. And we're in the tube and we saw these billboards from spotify and I love the service and they said things like your person who listened to the forever alone playlist for four hours on Valentine's Day. Are you okay? And they used a ton of you so funny and he used a ton of user data to come up with a Super Hillary as tag lines and clockwork. Because it's like a borderline creepy and you're looking at the independent independent discount op. Ed piece like it's not right to take people's misfortune and unhappiness eternity to add campaign but I liked it. I really liked it a lot. I don't think I've ever looked at a billboard in like last my head off your whole bunch of them in a whole series and so I thought that was super super super clever and super funny. So yes that's a big one for me. I still remember is that he said two hundred sixty two thousand sixteen was two thousand six. Oh I'm sorry. Did I say two dozen six West to hasn't sixteen? Okay Yeah I think it's such a strong campaign I agree. I think it's yes. There's always you know concerns about privacy. And what data companies have on you as a consumer but spotify like. I feel like that's what they're all about. And that's what I like about them. The most the fact that they know what you're listening to and make custom playlists for you every single day in know what to recommend to you. They make it such a more pleasant listening to experience whether that's music or now podcasts. As well and so that's what they thrive on so they kind of hinted at that through this campaign saying hey you know we know you. We know what you're listening to and and it was obviously a little bit darker comedy or a little bit tongue in cheek there but it was clever. What was your favorite part about it. I think it was just absolutely hilarious. Rightly were lists. Another playlist was or another ad. Rather was dear dear person who played blending. Mother fucking Asshole Twenty Times. Have you come down yet? A it was just a British rate is very very British humor and you'd.

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Chicago Woman Is Second Patient in U.S. With Wuhan Coronavirus

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01:10 min | 2 years ago

Chicago Woman Is Second Patient in U.S. With Wuhan Coronavirus

"The United States confirms its second case of coronaviruses Chicago woman has been diagnosed with the illness after a trip to China earlier this month China has placed numerous measures in place for put numerous measures in place to try to stop the spread of the virus that includes travel restrictions quarantines and even shutting down every movie theater in the country that's seventy thousand theaters health and science reporter Maggie fox was with us here on WTOP she says these measures probably won't do much travel restrictions don't work remember the two week incubation period of this virus that means people can travel before their six now quarantines do occasionally slow the spread of viruses but with tens of millions of people and this is going to be lunar new year tomorrow they're already traveling it's going to be very difficult to contain the spread of this virus also new this evening the CDC is urging anyone who doesn't need to go to that province in China that includes the hard hit city of Wuhan not to travel there the U. S. isn't the only country outside China seeing the illness France is also announced its first three cases no deaths have been reported outside of China the onus is killed at least twenty six

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

"maggie fox" Discussed on WTOP

"Disease there are hundreds of people around the world you have it we'll go deeper now with health and science reporter Maggie fox and Maggie what is the latest that we're learning about this case especially concerned that it's made the jump from animals to people and now people are giving it to other people well that's the big fear Dimitri with any kind of new virus lots of viruses jump from animals to people but sometimes you don't go very far one or two people get infected this one it's clear that people are infecting other people who were they and infecting other people which means it can and will spread now this case in Chicago it's just like the one that happened in Seattle earlier this week these are both American residents who were visiting Wuhan came back in when they travel they felt fine but they got home started feeling sick and they were smart enough to contact their doctors and say we have a travel history and and turn themselves eat overs for health care it shows that although people are traveling thank you without symptoms they could end up being infected in carrying the virus elsewhere clearly people who have a Nina deficiencies are always more susceptible to something like this but for the average person Maggie how difficult is it to fight coronavirus off and become healthy again we don't know that yet this virus is only been identified for a couple of weeks now today some of the first reports came out from doctors who have been treating some of the first cases it looks like perfectly young healthy people can also become infected with the virus that causes pneumonia pneumonia can can be easy to fight or hard to fight twenty five to twenty seven people have been reported dead but certainly the numbers will go up as more and more people become infected right now there are more questions and answers about this virus seconds left to speak with you what about what China has done between travel restrictions even shutting down every movie theater in the country seventy thousand of them is this kind of thing will be shown to work as a as a way to keep the disease from spreading what common wisdom is that travel restrictions don't work and remember the two week incubation period of this virus that means people can travel before they're sick so they did that that the horse is already out of that barn now quarantine should do occasionally slow the spread of viruses but with tens of millions of people and this is going to be lunar new year tomorrow they're already traveling it's going to be very difficult to contain the spread of this virus thank you thanks so much for being with us we appreciate it that question that is health reporter Maggie fox it's three forty.

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