18 Burst results for "Matthew Wise"

"matthew wise" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Don't follow so that whole. I remember hearing it back in the day when i first bought it and i liked the song then so listen to three weeks ago. I'm like all right. He's got the blues field. I'm like okay. it was a harmonica. All right like the vocal melody. That's cool hooked me two and a half minutes in when it starts getting aggressive. I'm like okay. this is the alice. I love right and the vocal melody gets aggressive. Feel feel the song really connected with me. And i could imagine as you guys know i. I haven't drank in thirteen years. If i was still drinking. I could imagine me being on the porch. And like jack in one hand and inbetween slugs like singing this at the top of my lungs for some reason And i don't know why. But i be life. We all like shut the fuck up. You're already home. Good inside your own like a two. Am you know so this one. I'll spoiler alert. I didn't think it was the best on the cd but it definitely did connect with me the best. Yeah it's i mean we keep we keep saying it but i mean one of the most beautiful songs to two in the fact that it's alice in chains. I keep saying i mean that opening little picking with the with the atari in with jerry cantrell doing the lead in the harmonica. This song stops. And then you then you're introduced to lane and in the song just takes off and it's just. The composition of the song is just mind blowing. It's it's it's so well put together. And it evokes such emotion from different ways and like the fact that sunny is getting hooked in to the emotions of alison. Shane song shows you that you know. There's a reason why the song is still popular. You still hear it sometimes on alternative rock radio. I know the lithium on sirius. Xm the nineties grunge. They play this all the time for for reasons that they should. It's just a a beautiful song it it's sad. It's very very sad. But they they a lot of these songs. They fool you because the lyrics are sad but the music is not and again. It's that crossbreed of emotions that you're hearing your your ears are hearing two different things. You're hearing sad lyrics but uplifting and hopeful music and i think that just adds to the genius of the album. This was written by jerry cantrell so this to number twenty five on the mainstream charts. The third single that they did. I can't say enough about this one as well. First of all the big thing that sticks out to is that incredible harmonica by signing david atkinson. I i can't remember like the fat guy from fucking blues traveler. But i'm like whoever's on this is doing a credible job they did. Have i think the the people are april acids on viola rebecca clements smith on violin. Matthew wise on violent in justin foy on violin cello a couple additional vocalist randy bairo. And darryl peter's just throw it out and obviously david atkinson on harmonica fucking brilliant job on this. Hey i never coming home. Take me home the hand off it's like a baton beautiful hand off between jerry. Two lane is the stuff that gives me. Chills The lyrics so if i was ever drug addict i ever went out on my lasting. I would write this song. Yeah pretty much. What i think of of degenerate. If i'm like playing a part in a movie and they're like okay. We need you to be a guy. That's desperate downers. Luck heroin addict. This is what i'd be like. I need to get into character. The lyrics on this are so fucking haunting brilliant brilliant and. that's why as much as i love. Lonsdale he's voice. I love jerry cantrell stuff. I find that my favorite songs by alison chains are jerry stuff. Jerry vocals are they are. They are like this. I in in the previous one that we just discussed. I can't describe to you guys because it will get to the. Because i don't wanna give it away how much i love this song. It is the quintessential i think grunge fucking drug addict fucking shit song about emotions and pouring your heart out. It's just incredible in. Jerry is brilliant for writing the music in the lyrics of this in the performance by him in lane are off the charts. They never seen this live. Which i do not fuck and understand unbelievable unbelievable and and the way the song stops in the last lyric is say. Goodbye don't follow all hunting chill. It's it's chills it's chill. We say we've been saying that for pretty much every song but this one is my god. There's a reason this album is the album that it is. I mean it it deserves it. But but yeah. That's don't follow all right. So tom i keep saying tom but you know there's another person here too but i yeah so many swing on this a out there. Okay so this might not be a popular take but The album kind of started rough and to me. It ended rough. 'cause i get. It is kind of a unique song progression brunch. But somehow alice can make a fun song depressing. And i kinda liked the blues type swing but the melodies way to a whiny for me you hand this to a brian sets are billy. Joel you probably get a lot funner song out a rather had. Don't follow and the album. Kazan this kind of stuck out as a kind of a thud for me. There's a song that needs to be. Every album has to have a song. That's not the best or if you want to call it. The worst this song i it. It's alison chains. It's on jarrah fly. So i like it but it clearly is a. It's not a. it's not a strong track. If i can put it kindly i like how it starts out. It's an interesting song. And then it kind of switches again like we've said in a couple of other songs where it gets that dromey lane steely alison chain sound and then it kind of goes back to that little swing blues vibe..

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"matthew wise" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:00 min | 5 months ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on Pantheon

"Don't follow so that whole. I remember hearing it back in the day when i first bought it and i liked the song then so listen to it three weeks ago. I'm like all right. He's got the blues field. I'm like okay. it was a harmonica. All right like the vocal melody. That's cool hooked me two and a half minutes in when it starts getting aggressive. I'm like okay. this is the alice. I love right and the vocal melody gets aggressive. Feel feel the song really connected with me. And i could imagine as you guys know i. I haven't drank in thirteen years. If i was still drinking. I could imagine me being on the porch. And like jack in one hand and inbetween slugs like singing this at the top of my lungs for some reason And i don't know why. But i be life. We all like shut the fuck up. You're already home. Good inside your own like a to him. So this one. I'll spoiler alert. I didn't think it was the best on the cd but it definitely did connect with me the best. Yeah it. it's i mean we keep we keep saying it but i mean one of the most beautiful songs to in the fact that it's alice in chains. I keep saying. I mean that opening little picking with the with the atari in with jerry cantrell doing the lead in the harmonica. This song stops. And then you then you're introduced to lane and the song just takes off and it's just. The composition of the song is just mind blowing. It's it's it's so well put together. And it evokes such emotion from different ways like the fact that sunny is getting hooked in to the emotions of alison. Shane song shows you that you know. There's a reason why the song is still popular. You still hear it sometimes on alternative rock radio. I know the lithium on sirius. Xm the nineties grunge. They play this all the time for for reasons that they should. It's just a beautiful song. It it's sad. It's very very sad but they they a lot of these songs. They fool you because the lyrics are sad but the music is not and again. It's that crossbreed of emotions that you're hearing your your ears are hearing two different things. You're hearing sad lyrics but uplifting and hopeful music and i think that just adds to the genius of the album. This was written by jerry cantrell so this to number twenty five on the mainstream charts. The third single that they did. I can't say this one as well. First of all the big thing that sticks out to is that incredible harmonica by signing david atkinson. I i can't remember like the fat guy from fucking blues traveler. But i'm like whoever's on this is doing a credible job they did. Have i think the the people are april. Acid is on viola. Rebecca clements smith on violin. Matthew wise on violent in justin foy on violin cello additional vocalist randy bairo. And darryl peter's just throw it out and obviously david atkinson on harmonica fucking brilliant job on this. Hey i never coming home. Take me home. The hand off it's like a baton beautiful hand off between jerry. Two lane is the stuff that gives me chills. the lyrics so if i was ever drug addict i ever went out on my lasting. I would write this song. Yeah pretty much. What i think of of degenerate. If i'm like playing a part in a movie and they're like okay. We need you to be a guy. That's desperate downers. Lock heroin addict. This is what i'd be like. I need to get into character. The lyrics on this are so fucking haunting brilliant brilliant and. that's why as much as i love. Lonsdale he's voice. I love jerry cantrell stuff. I find that my favorite songs by alison chains are jerry stuff. Jerry vocals are they are. They are like this. I in in the previous one that we just discussed. I can't describe to you guys because it will get to the. Because i don't wanna give it away how much i love this song. It is the quintessential i think grunge fucking drug addict fucking shit song about emotions and pouring your heart out. It's just incredible in. Jerry is brilliant for writing the music in the lyrics of this in the performance by him in lane are off the charts. They never seen this live. Which i do not fuck and understand unbelievable unbelievable and and the way the song stops in the last lyric is say. Goodbye don't follow all hunting chill. It's it's chills it's chill. We say we've been saying that for pretty much every song but this one is my god. There's a reason this album is the album that it is. I mean it it deserves it. But but yeah. That's don't follow all right. So tom i keep saying tom but you know there's another person here too but i yeah so sunny swing on this a out there. Okay so this might not be a popular take but The album kind of started rough and to me. It ended rough. 'cause i get. It is kind of a unique song progression jr. But somehow alice can make a fun song depressing. And i kinda liked the blues type swing but the melodies way to a whiny for me you hand this to a brian sets are billy. Joel you probably get a lot funner song out a rather had. Don't follow and the album. Kazan this kind of stuck out as a kind of a thud for me. There's a song that needs to be. Every album has to have a song. That's not the best or if you want to call it. The worst this song i it. It's alison chains. It's on jarrah fly. So i like it but it clearly is a. It's not a. it's not a strong track. If i can put it kindly i like how it starts out. It's an interesting song. And then it kind of switches again like we've said in a couple of other songs where it gets that dromey lane steely alison chain sound and then it kind of goes back to that little swing blues vibe..

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"matthew wise" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:34 min | 6 months ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Snap. Moves to the left in the pocket flag comes here throws downfield and it's intercepted by bleeding. Ray Wilson goes down to the ground after catching it around the 10 yard line, but the flag is back around a lot of scrimmage. It's holding. You're right. It's Taylor Moten and bleeding. Ray Wilson's interception will stand his jacket his season and it's going to be the game clincher for the Atlanta Falcons. I always say that I'll do this. I've got this long, long list my favorite sports names and I've never actually running down in the program. Add bleed E Ray Wilson to it. What a great name. My Auntie Ballgame. Victory formation. Holy bleeping crap Bleed E. Ray Wilson, if you need him, and Atlanta did So to the question of which way would the Falcons lose last night? The answer is they would win that would shock the world and win the damn game. Even Matt Ryan was pumped. We've been in every game we've played this year. You know, and and so Ah! We've had some crazy losses, you know, just to be Frank, and I really believe that we've got the caliber of team. To go being every game. We're gonna play the rest of the season. And why can't we want a mom? You know, that's that's the mindset that I have have love Matthew Wise. We've lost some crazy games to be Frank. Your wayto own that Matt Like how magnanimous of you to own that you We know, Matt. We know I also love this notion. Why can't you win them all? But why can't you and by the way, where he Morris is two and one is the interim coach. If not for Todd Gurley losing his balance and the defense losing their heads, Rahim would be three, you know, and well on his way to 11 and no. You know, the 11 0 marked it. Arthur Blank said that he needed if you want to keep that job full time. Damn a lambda. I don't even know you anymore. Rise up Orlando. Rise up. Like I said, I don't have a favorite team. My favorite teams team content, and I never thought that would get so much content from the Falcons both before and after. 1 806 368686 Dear Jim. And there is this topic which I will get to later on. I knew this was coming. Dear Jim. I am so glad to be the White Sox new manager. I have to be honest, I didn't see that offer coming. I must have been asleep at the wheel side. Tony LaRussa, are you.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:34 min | 6 months ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The snap moves to the left in the pocket flag comes in throws downfield that it's intercepted by bleeding. Ray Wilson goes down to the ground after catching it around the 10 yard line. But the flag is back around a lot of scrimmage. It's holding. You're right. It's Taylor Moten and bleeding. Ray Wilson's interception will stand his second of the season, and it's going to be the game clincher for the Atlanta Falcons. I always say that I'll do this. I've got this long, long list my favorite sports names, and I've never actually running down in the program. Had led Ray Wilson to it. What a great name. I n t ball game Victory formation. Holy bleeping crap bleed E. Ray Wilson if you need him, and Atlanta did So to the question off, which way would the Falcons lose last night? The answer is they would win there would shock the world and win the damn game. Even Matt Ryan was pumped. We've been in every game we've played this year. You know, and and so Ah! We've had some crazy losses, you know, just to be Frank, and I really believe that we've got the caliber of team. To go being every game. We're gonna play the rest of the season. And why can't we want a mom? You know, that's that's the mindset that I have have love Matthew Wise. We've lost some crazy games to be Frank. Your wayto own that Matt Like how magnanimous of you to own that you We know, Matt. We know how also love this notion of why can't you win them all? But why can't you and by the way, where he Morris is two and one is the interim coach. If not for Todd Gurley losing his balance and the defense losing their heads, Rahim would be three, you know, and well on his way to 11 or No. You know, the 11 0 marked it. Arthur Blank said that he needed if you want to keep that job full time. Dama Landa. I don't even know you anymore. Rise up Orlando. Rise up. Like I said, I don't have a favorite team. My favorite teams team content, and I never thought that would get so much content from the Falcons both before and after. 1 806 368686 Dear Jim. And there is this topic which I will get to later on. I knew this was coming. Dear Jim. I am so glad to be the White Sox new manager. I have to be honest, I didn't see that offer coming. I must have been asleep at the wheel side. Tony LaRussa are.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Cramping. Sharp pain in my stomach after a test revealed he had an infection caused by cyclists for a parasite he had a lot of questions where did he get it for starters, his doctor could not answer this? But did report his case to the Illinois department of public health near of Shaw's the director in early July our team of disease. Detectives observed an uptick in reports of cyclospora that were being submitted to us, and they would soon find out that nearby states saw the same now to figure out what the source of the cyclists forum might be health officials got in touch with Matt Arteaga and others who'd gotten sick and ask them to make a list of every food. They'd eaten before they got sick. Matt Artigas says he used his Bank records to help jog his memory. What we did was because I pay with my debit card. All the time just went through every restaurant that. Eaten in the two weeks prior to getting sick? And I had a salad that McDonald's. Three times turned out. Many of the people sickened with cyclists borough also reported they'd eaten salads at McDonald's. Here's director Shaw. Again, we got on the phone with Donald's advise them of what we recommended and made sure that we notified the public immediately. The chain halted sales of salads at about three thousand locations until they could switch to a different lettuce supplier and FDA testing confirmed the presence of cyclists fora in an unused package of lettuce. That had been distributed to the chain. This added to the evidence that the salads had been the likely source all told about five hundred people in sixteen states got sick. Now this main hut sound like a success story. Given all the sickness, but if it had happened twenty years ago could have been worse Shah says the outbreak may never have been detected because the test that doctors used to diagnose cyclospora was. Isn't even approved by the FDA until may of two thousand fourteen this would have made it harder to identify the parasite, and it traced the sicknesses back to a common source. So in a case like this McDonalds salads may never have been identified and the chain would not have been able to pull them from the market to prevent more people from getting sick. But we're now in a situation where people know if I go to my doctor, I can get tested, I can get a diagnosis and as a result of that. They report these conditions and now we can actually link up what's going on. It doesn't always work out. But Shaw says the better testing combined with newer techniques that make it possible to get high resolution DNA fingerprints foodborne pathogens makes a big difference. Technology has been a game changer for foodborne outbreaks. So this takes us back to a key question is our food supply any more or less safe than it used to be Shaw says despite hearing more about outbreaks our food system today is probably the safest it has ever been. In the history of the United States around the world. Lots of experts I spoke to shared this view, including several academic food scientists. But of course, there's still room for improvement. The CD estimates about one in six people get a foodborne illness each year, that's millions of sicknesses. And the Matthew wise says the number of people who get sick is fairly study. But with improved surveillance and technology, he says it's possible to detect more outbreaks this year has been sort of a bumper year. We've had a lot of outbreaks that have been detected and investigated French. So I think we'll have to wait and see for the next couple of years, whether this becomes a new normal or whether this just happened to be sort of a blip on the radar. Allison is here in the studio to talk a little bit more about this in her reporting. So Allison what we're hearing is not that there's necessarily more people getting sick from foodborne illnesses. It's just that we are able to detect it more often. That's right. This seems to be the case. I mean, it may sound like a paradox. But think about what we just heard from Arteaga and the cyclospora outbreak on. On paper cyclists cases are way up in Illinois that part of this is they're catching them. They're detecting the cases that in the past they would not have known existed, and that's due to improved testing health officials are saying that our food supply is safe as it's ever been. But I mean, clearly there are still lots of people who get sick. So how do we all avoid sure? One of them. Right. Well, you know when we cook in our own kitchens. We have a lot of control, right? We're told to cook meats to a proper temperature. This kills pathogens. We're told to wash our produce not cut fruits and vegetables on the same trade that we use the cut raw meat, right? But when we eat out or buy prepared foods we hand over that control. And that's where a lot of the outbreaks are happening. Well, in addition to the salads. If you look at the outbreak this summer there were several linked to fresh prepared foods. There was a vegetable tray recall and a separate outbreak linked to sliced or pre cut melons. So think of it this way every time a food is handled or processed. There is an opportunity for contamination. Now, the risk is very small. I mean millions and millions of people eat these foods and don't get sick. But if you've got small children or elderly or immune compromised, people in your home, you may want to think about which foods you buy. So what about when we're eating out? What about people who eat in restaurants, anything you can do to limit your risk there? Now. This may come as a surprise. But the most common foodborne illness is not the bacteria. We tend to hear about such as salmonella or e coli the most common is norovirus. It's sometimes referred to as the cruise ship virus because clusters of people get sick all at once. Now, a common way people get it is from sick workers in restaurants. So say a line cook or a server shows up sick contaminates the food. You're the unlucky person served that food you can get sick. And unfortunately, there's just not much you can do about that. What about washing your hands? We hear all the time. How if we wash our hands the late? It's too late now worker wash their hands that could help the best thing is if that's sick workers stayed home. Now some rest. Chains are better than others at encouraging sick workers to say home by giving them paid sick leave right NPR's, Alison.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. It seems like we've been hearing a lot about unsafe food these days just this year. There have been recalls for romaine lettuce. Some varieties of the snack goldfish and Taco Bell brand case. Oh, deep McDonald's stopped selling salads at thousands of locations for a while because there was a risk of getting sick. But does all that mean our food supply is generally less safe NPR's Alison Aubrey reports on a Thursday afternoon in late June. Matt Arteaga was at his office in danville, Illinois, when he began to feel sick it came on quickly kind of felt like the flu chills body aches and severe cramping sharp pain in my stomach after a test revealed he had an infection caused by cyclists cyclospora a parasite he had a lot of questions where did he get it for starters, his doctor could not answer this. But did report his case to the department of public health. Near Shah's, the director in early July our team of disease. Detectives observed an uptick in reports of cyclospora that were being submitted to us, and they would soon find out that nearby states saw the same now to figure out what the source of the cyclists forum might be health officials got in touch with Matt Arteaga and others who'd gotten sick and ask them to make a list of every food. They'd eaten before they got sick. Matt Artigas says he used his Bank records to help jog his memory. What we did was because I pay with my debit card. All the time just went through every restaurant that I had eaten in the two weeks prior to getting sick. And I had a salad at McDonald's. Three times turned out many of the people sickened with cyclists Bora also reported they'd eaten salads at McDonald's. Here's director Shaw. Again, we got on the phone with Donald's advise them what we recommended and made sure that we notified the public immediately the chain halted. Sales of salads at about three thousand locations until they could switch to a different lettuce supplier and FDA testing confirmed the presence of cyclists fora an unused package of lettuce that had been distributed to the chain. This added to the evidence that the salads had been the likely source all told about five hundred people in sixteen states got sick. Now, this may sound like a success story given all the sickness, but if it had happened twenty years ago could have been worse show says the outbreak may never have been detected because the test that doctors used to diagnose cyclospora wasn't even approved by the FDA until may of two thousand fourteen this would have made it harder to identify the parasite and it trace the sicknesses back to a common source. So in a case like this McDonalds salads may never have been identified and the chain would not have been able to pull them from the market to prevent more people from getting sick. But we're now in a situation where people know if I go to my. Doctor I can get tested. I can get a diagnosis and as a result of that. They report these conditions and now we can actually link up what's going on. It doesn't always work out. But Shaw says the better testing combined with newer techniques that make it possible to get high resolution DNA fingerprints foodborne pathogens makes a big difference. Technology has been a game changer for foodborne outbreaks. So this takes us back to a key question is our food supply any more or less safe than it used to be Shaw says despite hearing more about outbreaks our food system today is probably the safest it has ever been in the history of the United States around the world. Lots of experts I spoke to shared this view, including several academic food scientists, but of course, there's still room for improvement. The CDC estimates about one in six people get a foodborne illness each year, that's millions of sicknesses and the CDC's. Matthew wise says the number of people who get sick is fairly study. But with improved surveillance and technique. -nology? He says it's possible to detect more outbreaks this year's been sort of a bumper year. We've had a lot of outbreaks that have been detected and investigated French. So I think we'll have to wait and see for the next couple of years, whether this becomes a new normal or whether this just happened to be sort of a blip on the radar. Allison is here in the studio to talk a little bit more about this in her reporting. So Allison what we're hearing is not that there's necessarily more people getting sick from foodborne illnesses. It's just that we are able to detect it more often. That's right. This seems to be the case. I mean, it may sound like a paradox. But think about what we just heard from that Arteaga and this like l'espoir outbreak on paper cyclists for cases are way up in Illinois that part of this is that they're catching them. They're detecting the cases that in the past they would not have known existed, and that's due to improved testing health officials are saying that our food supply is a safe as it's ever been. But I mean, clearly there are still lots of people who get sick. So how do we all avoid sure one of them? Right. Well, when we cook in. Our own kitchens. We have a lot of control, right? We're told to cook meats to a proper temperature. This kills pathogens. We're told to wash our produce not cut fruits and vegetables on the same trade that we use to cut raw meat, right? But when we eat out or buy prepared foods we hand over that control. And that's where a lot of outbreaks are happening. Well, in addition to the salads. If you look at the outbreak this summer there were several linked to fresh prepared foods. There was a vegetable tray recall and a separate outbreak linked to sliced or pre cut melons. So think if this way every time a food is handled or processed there is an opportunity for contamination. Now, the risk is very small. I mean millions and millions of people eat these foods and don't get sick. But if you've got small children or elderly or immune compromised, people in your home, you may want to think about which foods you buy. So what about when we're eating out? What about people who eat restaurant anything you can do to limit your risk there? Now, this may come as this prize. But the most common foodborne illness is not the bacteria. We tend to. To hear about such as salmonella or e coli, the most common is norovirus. It's sometimes referred to as the cruise ship virus because clusters of people get sick all at once. Now, a common way people get it is from sick workers in restaurants. So say a line cook or server shows up sick contaminates the food. You're the unlucky persons served that food you can get sick. And unfortunately, there's not much you can do about that. What about washing your hands? We hear all the time. How if we wash our hands late it's too late. Now, a the worker wash their hands that could help the best thing is if that sick workers stayed home. Now some restaurants and chains are better than others at encouraging sick workers to say.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Clinical scientists development awards support promising early career physician scientists and their research efforts to improve human health. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin. It seems like we've been hearing a lot about unsafe food these days just this year. There have been recalls for romaine lettuce. Some varieties of the snack goldfish and a Taco Bell brand case. Oh, Odette McDonald's stopped selling salads at. Thousands of locations for a while because there was a risk of getting sick. But does all that mean our food supply is generally less safe NPR's Alison operate reports on a Thursday afternoon in late June. Matt Arteaga was at his office in danville, Illinois, when he began to feel sick came on quickly kind of felt like the flu chills body aches and severe cramping sharp pain in my stomach after a test revealed he had an infection caused by cyclists borough a parasite he had a lot of questions where did he get it for starters, his doctor could not answer this. But did report his case to the Illinois department of public health near of Shaw's the director in early July our team of disease. Detectives observed an uptick in reports of cyclospora that were being submitted to us, and they would soon find out that nearby states saw the same now to figure out what the source of the cyclists forum might be health officials got in touch with our. Tieghem and others who'd gotten sick and asked them to make a list of every food. They'd eaten before they got sick. Not Artigas says he used his Bank records to help jog his memory. What we did was because I pay with my debit card. All the time just went through every restaurant that I had eaten in the two weeks prior to getting sick. And I had a salad at McDonald's. Three times turned out many of the people sickened with cyclists flora also reported they'd eaten salads at McDonald's. Here's director Shaw. Again, we got on the phone with McDonald's advise them of what we recommended and made sure that we notified the public immediately. The chain halted sales of salads at about three thousand locations until they could switch to a different lettuce supplier and FDA testing confirmed the presence of cyclists Bora an unused package of lettuce that had been distributed to the chain. This added to the evidence that the salads had been the likely source all told about five hundred people. In sixteen states got sick. Now, this may sound like a success story given all the sickness, but if it had happened twenty years ago could have been worse. Shaw says the outbreak may never have been detected because the test that doctors used to diagnose cyclospora wasn't even approved by the FDA until may of twenty fourteen. This would have made it harder to identify the parasite and at traced the sicknesses back to a common source. So in a case like this McDonalds salads may never have been identified and the chain would not have been able to pull them from the market to prevent more people from getting sick. But we're now in a situation where people know if I go to my doctor, I can get tested, I can get a diagnosis and as a result of that. They report these conditions and now we can actually link up what's going on. It doesn't always work out. But Shaw says the better testing combined with newer techniques that make it possible to get high resolution DNA fingerprint fingerprints, foodborne pathogens. Makes a big difference. Technology has been a game changer for foodborne outbreaks. So this takes us back to a key question is our food supply any more or less safe than it used to beat Shaw says despite hearing more about outbreaks our food system today is probably the safest it has ever been in the history of the United States around the world. Lots of experts, I spoke to share this view, including several academic food scientists. But of course, there's still room for improvement. The CDC estimates about one in six people get a foodborne illness each year, that's millions of sicknesses and the CDC's. Matthew wise says the number of people who get sick is fairly study. But with improved surveillance and technology, he says it's possible to detect more outbreaks this year's been sort of a bumper year. We've had a lot of outbreaks that have been detected and investigated friends. So I think we'll have to wait and see for the next couple of years, whether this becomes a new normal or whether this just happened to be sort of a blip on the radar. Allison is here in the studio to talk a little bit more about this in her report. So Alison what we're hearing is not that there's necessarily more people getting sick from foodborne illnesses. It's just that we are able to detect it more often. That's right. This seems to be the case. I mean, it may sound like a paradox. But think about what we just heard from Matt Arteaga and the cyclospora outbreak on paper cyclospora cases are way up in Illinois that part of this is that they're catching them. They're detecting the cases that in the past they would not have known existed, and that's due to improved testing health officials are saying that our food supply is safe as it's ever been. But I mean, clearly there are still lots of people who get sick. So how do we all avoid one of them? Right. Well, you know when we cook in our own kitchens. We have a lot of control, right? We're told to cook meats to a proper temperature. This kills pathogens. We're told to wash our produce not cut fruits and vegetables on the same trade that we use the cut raw meat, right? But when we eat out or buy prepared foods we hand over that control. And that's where a lot of the outbreaks. Happening. Well, in addition to the salads. If you look at the outbreak this summer there were several linked to fresh prepared foods. There was a vegetable tray recall and a separate outbreak linked to sliced or pre cut melons. So think of it this way every time a food is handled or processed there is an opportunity for contamination. Now, the risk is very small. I mean millions and millions of people eat these foods and don't get sick. But if you've got small children or elderly or immune compromised, people in your home, you may want to think about which foods you buy. So what about when we're eating out? What about people who eat in restaurants, anything you can do to limit your risk there? Now, this may come as a prize, but the most common foodborne illness is not the bacteria. We tend to hear about such Manila or E coli. The most common is norovirus. It's sometimes referred to as the cruise ship virus because clusters of people get sick all at once. Now, a common way people get it is from sick workers in restaurants. So say a line cook or a server shows up sick contaminates? The food. You're the unlucky person served that food you can get sick. And unfortunately, there's just not much you can do about that. What about washing your hands? We hear all the time. How if we wash our hands late it's too late. Now, if the sick worker wash their hands that could help the best thing is if that's sick workers stayed home. Now some restaurants and chains are better than others at encouraging sick workers.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Seven thirty AM Monday destination, was going to be LA, fitness in Stevenson ranch he was driving. A, black two thousand eight Chrysler Aspen evidently he went down the one twenty six to Santa Barbara and did this early on they they did the family did describe. That, he was despondent or or something Words to those facts very soon And speaking of Stevenson ranch A body found by a volunteer group from church is evidently answers z. description of a twenty one year old young. Man missing since June thirtieth they said that he. Was a at risk youth a badly decomposed body found hanging from a tree in Stevenson ranch, appears to be a suicide the body possibly. The twenty, one year old Matthew Weiss Rather the missing young man. Twenty one year old Matthew wise was said to. Be at risk authorities say the body was found near PICO canyon and southern oaks drive homicide, detectives were investigating the scene now here's here's. The deal This this is, a pretty densely packed area this this is a classic Santa Clarita tract called the sacs the whole thing there's this one corner on. On, PICO PICO canyon drive and so the next drive were there's sort of a green strip but for a guy. To be hanging there since June thirty eight for nineteen days hanging there for nineteen days are nobody detecting it, oh and I, mean this is like joggers central for people to be riding bikes. Walking by their the whole thing and here's the thing I I wanna I. Wanna talk to one of someone in the KFI. Family literally lives eight blocks away and I wanted to ask him. To his words describing that neighborhood. But, from, what I know Of that area on my own as well as going to his house for Super Bowl. And and looking at his his amazing solar system on his on his roof I don't wanna see who it. Is but he'll, probably talk about tomorrow I just wanna know. I mean it's this is a pretty high travelled area and the fact. That there was a human body there for what is. Called three weeks June thirtieth it's now August nineteenth could it be, that it was put there later I don't know I mean I'm I I it's time letter day the the sub the thing I'm. Talking, around is the the the odor the olfactory evidence of some there remember last week we had a guy who. On Monday ran from LA county sheriff's department goes to that fake column at the WinCo foods Lancaster and on Saturday in a, mere five days was was so rank that they thought it was. A sewage leak and so So anyway we'll we'll know a lot more but but obviously. It's really tragic for the family if in fact it is identified as the young men who went missing on. June thirtieth The we have a couple we've got stabbings we've got some hit and runs Mead valley amendment struck and killed by. Hit and run driver on Friday evening and meet valley. After the guy, allegedly tried to carjack to other motorists suspect was standing in traffic lane near the intersection of Calcutta and, Cowan he was hit by the mayor of a passing sedan according to investigators a man tried to steal that car. When the woman, behind the wheel pulled over to see views injured the driver turned. Off for vehicle and the steering wheel locked as she in the suspect fought for control of it the Mandarin back ran back onto, the road and tried, to carjack a Chevy Denali this is according to see HP whether. It was a pickup truck or whatever the driver that vehicle. Accelerated away, according to CHP Hispanic male friend, on reasons lost his balance and fell into the. Westbound lane of Galkayo road he was hit by a third vehicle whose driver drove, away This is the tradition here in southern California identified suspect. Died at the scene which is a code word for ugly So anyway he's being suffered, questioning but car carjacker hit and run That, that happened there was to no fault of the second driver's fault and now you're. Struggling with a woman, for her car and all this I is so whatever he's, on it's it's all over because he was run over by Denali but don't you think. The second, driver had something to, hide or he would have stayed It was funny as what. They're always hiding is like lack of insurance so that. You don't have a license or whatever right it's not like they're you know they're. They didn't kill Jimmy, Hoffa you know they have multiple warrants or whatever they people, here hit and run they run for the for the ticky tacky est of of crap Eighteen stabbed to death. In the at a Santa Ana, party two teams were stabbed one. Fatally during a, street party last night in Santa Ana eighteen year old Andrew lower a graduate of. Ghedina's high school was supposed to start classes at Santa Ana college in a week his sister says. He wanted to become a police officer friends and loved ones brought flowers police got a call around midnight large party on, south? Eastwood avenue when they, arrived large, group, of people were leaving and, pointed them, to the end of the street that's where they found this guy. In another eighteen year old man suffering from a parent stab wounds They were both taking a, hospital Laura was pronounced dead will. Be back to, the Asia are Gento k. said happen here in California she is a leader of. The hash technique movement will we'll get into this deal paying off a child star that she is Salted yeah That and more. Coming up it is super local Sunday Bryan suits in here until. Ten pm KFI AM six forty more. Stimulating talk Michael should pay with the news to brush fire burning. Near Murrieta it has grown to at least ten acres now reported just before four, this afternoon near scenic view drive and Keller.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"About anything specific i've been reflecting on this season are the majority of the men who go on the bachelorette actually tractive or are they just tall that's that's a good question you know beca me that comment about how like i said about garrett about being so the looking was study was tall i love i love me a tall guy i i've been watching this british show lately in the host is greg davies who is a welsh comedian and he is very tall guy he is six eight and i had a dream last night that he was my boyfriend and i woke up i was like yeah i'm into that into how tall he is very keep in mind i am five three so that would just not be an affective relationship size lions but yeah the tall you know are these guys hotter tall i don't know i think i think file pictures so i find saint just tall for a lot of them kyle losing becca has different tastes in men than i do yeah let's say kyle t reynolds have you forgotten the name of a guy you're dating how did insert guy's name here can't remember handle that can't say but both we we have haven't like like day me i would never forget that matthews wise ryan the banjo guy still getting the most purple edit ever especially after being one of the guys on after the final rose i was living for his bloom pink striped shirt on the group date but it felt like i was having to play whereas waldo okay i think we probably learned why is that wasn't very far tim shield for your elderly fans i am forty six can you please explain what is tender match is it good or bad to have four thousand of them and would you be embarrassed date a random guy who broke his face lying on a bed for professional athletes who needs an ambulance will play his own game like tomatoes into your sales reps.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To romaine lettuce claims the life the cdc here atlanta is reporting the first death linked to the multistate e coli outbreak a person in california has now died after eating romaine lettuce the cdc's matthew wise says this strain of e coli is especially nasty is one that tends to cause more severe illness based on toxin profile that it produces the number of people sick and has now grown to one hundred twenty one and twenty five states more than half ended up in the hospital the cdc says don't eat any romain lettuce from the yuma arizona region and if there's any question don't eat it sabrina cupid wsb a barn explodes during a hostage standoff north haven connecticut newtown selectmen says officers were trying to clear the property when the barn behind the house blue boobytrap situation back there eight officers are hurt but should recover the woman who was being held hostage by her husband escaped but his status at this hour is unclear the tensions evident in body cam footage released by las vegas police officers closed in on gunman stephen paddock use it gaffanay explosive charge to breach his door dan the fire alarm sound the inside the room they find a cache of weapons in paddock gad a self inflicted gunshot wound to his head abc's alec stone reports paddock killed fifty eight people at a music festival last fall wsb money update the fed holds off a boost in interest rates for now continue to pledge a gradual pace of rate increases thank rates greg mcbride expects a rate hike at the fed's next meeting in june and he would not be surprised by one or two more this year president trump recognizes national teacher of the year mandy manning and a white house ceremony tireless dedication doesn't just inspire your students it inspires all of us and i can tell you it very much inspires me he does not talk about her work with immigrant and refugee children in spokane she hands him letters from those kids and invites him to meet them wsb news time eight twenty five cars drive a bargain halfway round the world that we have to weather and traffic today's forecast here's wsb bureau just kirk mellish mostly sunny a high around eighty four right now sixty to what's happening in the.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

960 The Patriot KKNT

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on 960 The Patriot KKNT

"We stopped in washington township michigan a passenger who sat behind the passenger who was nearly sucked out of a southwest airlines flight when the engine exploded suing the airline and engine manufacturer claiming she's been suffering from post traumatic stress disorder that passenger that was stuck in the window eventually died at the hospital an e coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce sickening more people the centers for disease control and prevention announced friday that ninety eight people in twenty two states have now been sickened by a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce investigators blame the e coli bacteria outbreak on product grown in the yuma arizona region but they haven't pinned it down yet cdc investigator matthew wise people still not eat any type of remain lettuce unless they know for sure it does not come from the human growing region eight of the ninety eight cases have been traced to harrison farms in yuma but the fda is looking at two dozen other farms that may be tied to the oldest mike rossier washington the us economy slowed to a moderate two point three percent annual growth rate in the first quarter as consumer spending turned in the weakest performance nearly five years the commerce department is reporting that two point three percent rate followed a two point nine percent rise in the fourth quarter and gains above three percent in the previous two quarters correspondent dennis crowley ads the commerce department says the january to march increase came in better than expected supporting hopes for he solid rebound for the rest of the year two days after his conviction in a sexual assault retrial bill cosby already starting life as an inmate he's confined to his house in suburban philadelphia and.

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Britain ‘considering rival’ to EU Galileo satellite project

Joshua's Trail

00:39 sec | 3 years ago

Britain ‘considering rival’ to EU Galileo satellite project

"Committee says it found no evidence that the trump campaign colluded with russia in the two thousand sixteen presidential race which i knew anyway no coordination no nothing it's a witch hunt the president was eager to embrace the panel's conclusions it was totally conclusive strong powerful and he suggested examining the clinton campaign's role in russian meddling so maybe somebody ought to look at that democrats don't agree with the committee's finding arguing that not enough evidence was gathered greg clugston the white house the parents of a terminally ill british toddler who's case to attention for pope francis and others around the world say they are heartbroken their saunas died kate james and tom evans said on facebook that twenty three month old alfie evans who had an incurable degenerative brain condition and was at the center of a legal battle over his treatment passed away this morning it ecoli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce is sick and more people in more states the centers for disease control and prevention announced friday that ninety eight people in twenty two states have now been sickened by a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce invest gators blame the coli bacteria outbreak on product grown in the yuma arizona region but they haven't pinned it down yet cdc investigator matthew wise people still not eat any type of remain unless they know for sure it does not come from the growing region eight of the ninety eight cases have been traced to harrison farms in yuma but the fda is looking at two dozen other farms that may be tied to the oldest mike rossier washington a slow day on wall street to end the week on friday with the dow down eleven the nasdaq was up one point more from townhall dot com you know you can get tremendous pain relief benefits with relieffactor without any of the negative side effects.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Know how general states pricing sales price does not include applicable state and local taxes or recycling fee next report six twenty three wbz's traffic on the threes wbz news time six fourteen and now we check the four day wbz accuweather forecast with accuweather meteorologist steve travis after some morning fog we'll see a partly sunny sky today it'll be warmer than yesterday with a high of sixty six mainly cloudy tonight a shower late low near fifty a much cooler day tomorrow with clouds and some sunny breaks along with a shower or two high fifty seven still pretty chilly on monday with clouds into shower around high fifty two starting to turn warmer on tuesday with clouds and some sun shower in the afternoon high sixty three much warmer wednesday and thursday i'm accuweather meteorologist steve travis wbz newsradio ten thirty them sunshine is trying very hard to poke through the mo mostly cloudy sky it's currently fifty degrees here in boston in other news more people are now getting sick from lettuce the centers for disease control and prevention announced friday that ninety eight people in twenty two states have now been sickened by a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce investigators blame the coli bacteria outbreak on product grown in the yuma arizona region but they haven't pinned it down yet cdc investigator matthew wise people still not eat any type of romaine lettuce unless they know for sure it does not come from the growing region eight of the ninety eight cases have been traced to harrison farms in yuma but the fda is looking at two dozen other farms that may be tied to the oldest mike rossier washington thousands are gathering.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe

"On using that may be changed it to watch me change it up so that now it's something new you're breaking up the habit so now the dog might be more inclined to be involved more exciting more you know like you guys said yes sometimes people use good boy a lot i'll tell them hey they've heard good boy so much it really is not a big deal anymore maybe changed over to yes you know something else get them excited again with age vr adding hotdogs you know every dog lights hot dogs as do i real quick shout out matthew wise he is representing bikers against animal neglect and abuse i actually believe my matt that i follow your group on i have a harley i love to ride motorcycles and i'm passionate about dogs so thank you for what you guys do thanks shoot me an email if you wouldn't mind sir you can just shoot it over to info at the dog show podcasts dot com you have any more questions lined up nick i think so let me see let me see someone says are you able to certify a service dog i have simple answer and a complex this could be a long you to start it so so my simple answer is yes like i personally mystified service dog evaluator through which is the foundation for service dog support it's a nonprofit so that's the simple answer our trainer christine she was one of the head service dog trainers for veterans down in florida doing service dogs for a lot of the veterans to come back with ptsd and things like that so a lot of our trainers are able to certify service dogs with said those no actual certification that's required for a service dog so all that's technically required by ada guidelines your dog doesn't cause a disruption to your dog does task the support the handler in their everyday life so while yes myself and a lot of our trainers included can certify service dog through the organizing body that were evaluated through there's no requirement to have a certified service dog via any train.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Could fits end one soon one dr go arnn for gin sticks ohio say rubio this was go for in hockey a faceoff for muirfield will remain in the zone with twenty two seconds left all the time all set up a point get your best players out there and try to win the game colloton ramon defence geez 40yearold savers debut very low firm on komo coming minnesota in korea that he wanted to see before equality what he wanted to see you i'll say was gonna put out there while he likes to wait until the guys get lined up and then call the time out he tried to do that last night but the linesman call the time all laid away he hit tipped his hand to the lies he said i'm going to call a timeout lies bendini weight from to say okay call it now lies would call it too early you a little upset about that but here too right get the call mike cancel doing a lot of the truck and right now and now luccio with the clipboard twenty two point seven seconds files the export first in this game late in the second period at 1926 on a mason yobs goal brett gates jr is the middle of bird hurry it is eleven total the years corrigan close kent forty seven the blind kilmer y'all full day matthew wise lozinski and forty jaws manohla timer seedy bread each junior for with oprah's foreign for work medal said no that will take the dargis weiss twice windsor those who back behind his goal cage an eight year round in annette carries a male vice edmund path to gerard lozinski can't get it through is lingering box who passed gates has it there's eight seconds left one crowd size passed the pace when johnson roaring handwriting a shot blackwell awad skate goes off in the corner we're going to normal shoes.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Of of of of of welcome back to the majority report joining us now is my good friend film guy matthew wise before he can open his mouth need to open your ears and listen to his song oh yeah with a similar version for your button it's a song or call barbara i am a boy bore die at um mi mcbride was more into like in excess fat boy i had gotten there yet turnoff so matthew what's going on man yeah you'd a birthday recently right and why and by the way why eyes air where were you usually i i actually air you know with you and i birthday i know you usually are but i took it well this year i i i'm back of gordon and added down a lot the month personal corporate gave will be do it though i've just started to keep the local just had uh my lovely fiancee mary you took me out we're a nice fancy dinner at mit just kinda kept it low key you know it's my my second 21st birthday so uh congratulations i want to thank you i want it to go the opposite of your usual 21st birthday uh back in yet so i just i just had a good meal and a media went home and watch the movies together we could have we've been on a day to clinch kick around here lately so we're just and keep it what is it that beer a twentyfirst birthday.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The 1980's excessive corrosion is being blamed for deadly mishap at the ohio state fair last month we get more from reporter scott carr look over an awesome on that i see dozens affair doors watched helplessly as eighteen year old tyler jinro was crushed to death after being tossed into the air as the ride broker parsis just really a shame for those families following metallurgic tests dutch maker kg says the fireball broke apart due to excessive corrosion him adding if dangerously reduce the thickness of a beam that's meant to hold the passenger gum dollah as it swings and spins on the air kg says the ride was eighteen years old four people remained hospitalized last week from the accidents including one in a coma arm scott carr new hampshire will provide publicly available voter information to president donald trump's commission election fraud budget will only be scanned on searchable images of voter data this after to state lawmakers at a civil rights group sued secretary of state last month seeking to block him from sending names addresses party affiliation in history of voting to the panel they dropped their lawsuit after the agreement was announced in court earlier today wbz news time six twenty one stay away from john papayas that's the warning be issued by the cdc warning from the cdc here in atlanta don't eat papaya is imported from mexico they've been linked to a cell manila outbreak dr matthew wise with the cdc um at this point there are sixteen state that have ill people and we've seen it almost lose uh over a couple of month period starting in midmay more than one hundred people sickened after eating the papayas one person in new york died sabrina cupit for cbs news atlanta it was a traffic mishap at cost the maryland driver two hundred fifty bucks but it by the day of many of philadelphia that trucker actually eagerly tipped a load of watermelon on six what he tried to take a corner too fast the the fruit soon flooded the roadway carriage horses dugin they enjoyed it thirsty summertime treat some people got in on the fun two of the unexpected accident picking themselves up a wayward melanin taking it on their way renamo every morning a third arbor police officer has been taken to the hospital with high carbon monoxide levels of lower can cruisers have taken out of.

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"matthew wise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"matthew wise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Feared for my life secondbysecond minute by minute hour by hour after six days though her abductors let her go reportedly after learning she had a child italian police have arrested one man and are looking for accomplices vicky barker cbs news london a suspected drug smuggler from mexico's ordered held without bail after his raymond today in the san diego court demet so low to run nope pled not guilty to multiple importing and distribution charges ease the showing of the most show lopez new gna shoes ingrained in a violent struggle for control of el chapo goose moms cartel toronto turned himself into american authorities last month stay away from popeye is a warning issued today by the cdc cbs's sabrina cupit tells us what a warning from the cdc here in atlanta don't eat papaya as imported from mexico they've been linked to a cell manila outbreak dr matthew wise with the cdc um at this point there are sixteen states that have it'll people and we we've seen illnesses uh over a couple of months period um starting in midmay more than one hundred people sickened after eating the papayas one person in new york died sabrina cupit for cbs news atlanta it was a traffic miss out the cost maryland driver or two hundred fifty bucks but brighton today of many in philadelphia the trucker accidentally chipped a load of watermelon on six street when he tried to take a corner too fast the fruit soon flooded the roadway carriage horses dugin enjoying a tasty summertime treat some people got in on the fond of the unexpected accident as well they picked themselves a wayward melanin took it on their way wbz news time to fifty three probably nothing is delicious going on round the local roads right now but around here you never know nicole davis now starts off traffic and weather together with our subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.

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