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"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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04:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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05:56 min | 2 months ago

"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:52 min | 6 months ago

"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"maya san" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:29 min | 10 months ago

"maya san" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

06:45 min | 11 months ago

"maya san" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"maya san" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

14:11 min | 1 year ago

"maya san" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"Welcome to the Mayo Clinic. Dr Holy Magazine Guy. We're recording this episode on April the Twenty Second Twenty twenty and half with me again today Dr Greg Poland who's an infectious disease and viral g? Expert from the Mayo Clinic. Thanks for being here Dr Poland. Who is enjoy it? I wonder if you'd start out today by just sharing as the latest numbers that you're hearing what's going on with the pander well worldwide word about point six million cases on Monday when we spoke just a couple of days ago it was about two point four so this is still a rapidly moving a pandemic in the US were it at just about eight hundred twenty thousand cases we were at seven hundred sixty five thousand on Monday. We have about a little over forty five thousand deaths on Monday. Were we were at about forty thousand deaths so while those numbers are still high one is beginning to sense that they're plateauing and as we talked about this lag period between when you get exposed than when you get sick enough to be counted can be fourteen to twenty eight days or so so we're just starting to see that plateau in the hard part will be the patience to continue this for perhaps another month or so. You talked a little bit about the numbers and it's the still were still seen infections. Does living in households convey any risk for transmission. What do we know about that since? We've all been social distancing concentrating infocomm that somebody there was a study just released from from China. That was a household transmission. Study they And I'll just look at the numbers here they had One hundred five people that were infected three hundred ninety two household members all who were tested with our GPO. You look at the secondary attack. It's it was seventeen percent adult so in other words. If I'm sick what's the risk that my wife or another adult in the household would get infected. It was about seventeen percent about four percent for kids. If that index case quarantine themselves with all the measures we talked about household. Transmission was zero so it really works the court. The other side of that coin was well. What about the spouse where there'd be you? The most intimate contact that attack rate was about twenty eight percent it. These measures are important. I know sometimes I get questions from people saying well. If somebody in my household has it is. Isn't it inevitable? As a matter of fact you can drive that two zero and that's a remarkable things speaking to the power of hand washing respiratory etiquette an appropriate isolation warranty. Well that is really amazing. Because if you think about all the surfaces that are shared in a household etc maybe it gives us hope for going back to work in doing other activities proper precautions. At some point there is such a dizzying array of Tessa for Cobra. Nineteen being discussed in the media and otherwise both tests for. I haven't now and serology tests for did I ever have it. There's talk about household kind of tests that can be done at home. Is this likely to become a reality and would help with the testing numbers that were seen? Were whether it's just not enough capability to test. Will you know you've you've put your finger on a an absolutely key issue in terms of how do we intelligently reopen and how would we intelligently reclosed this fall which many of us think is is like and a key to that is going to be testing? Otherwise we have no real idea of the amount of community transmission. That's occurring. The problem is in the rush to get these tests. Out The FDA has issued emergency use authorizations and what that means is that they haven't gone through the usual very careful clinical testing that we would normally put a test. That's going to be used in humans through so Some studies have suggested that the sensitivity and what that means is if I actually am in fact a new. Do this test army. What's the chance that it will be positive? Might only be about fifty percent five. Oh a flip of a coin and so I think before. We really have widespread testing. We're going to need assays that have been validated. And where we know Are they going to be appropriate and give us a good intelligence? The other tests that that was just released which is an interesting. One is the idea of allowing people to have at home a swab test so this is not have been infected. It's M. I. infected. Now I'm in what they're proposing lease this company that's released it is to put. What looks like a q tip gist into the first half inch or inch of the of bananas and doing that on both sides. We have no idea how good dad ask say. Is We know that. In general you have to do a nasal torrential swab which goes up quite a bit into the nose in nasal passages It's uncomfortable. Somebody's unlikely to do that to themselves. On on their own and they're gonNA start with using it in healthcare workers first responders. So it's it's something that holds promise but I think we need to see the data a little while ago. We were hearing an awful lot about hydroxy Clark wine. And his sister Maya San in even president trump was talking about it on some of his Daily updates So much so that here mail. We had to put limits on how people prescribed those medications when a to preserve the supply. What do we know at this point about whether those are effective for treating who've nineteen but let me make a comment because I think it it pertains to so much surrounding this pandemic there is of course immense pressure and desire to get things out quickly whether it's a drug cast of vaccine and one understands that in has great empathy for People? Healthcare workers etc. Who who need to know. Want to know but there is no substitute for the careful patients of scientific work. Let's just take this example of hydroxy chloroquine and reminds me a lot of pressure public and otherwise as you said to do something in us this. We now have to create good studies. That are showing one study done in in the Va that there was no benefit to this. Another study from France showing there was no benefit to either one or combination of those in fact evidence of harm in it as you and I know some of those drugs can do things to the heart rhythm like prolonged some of the electrical activity and actually cause harm. If they're not monitor Again I think this is really important because it says now when we've actually done. The clinical trials is all this enthusiasm warranted and more and more data is accumulating to say no and in fact there might be Har- now other anti-viral drugs like rim. This aveer which we talked about it is a is a different story. We have some encouraging news. There look forward to hearing Morris Marcellus we've heard about risks for patients and what makes covert worse for some patients perhaps male different age groups etcetera. Are there other risk? Factors that are becoming known that affect either the development of Cova nineteen or how the the vice progresses illness for those patients that scenario where inside fourteen fifteen weeks. We've developed a lot of knowledge so I think everybody's familiar with the fact that older age heart disease lung disease diabetes things like that are risk. Factors We have not seen pregnancy. Be A risk factor for complicated disease. I have to say that's a surprise. Given how pregnancy is very much a risk factor for influenza. Smoking is turning out. Of course no surprise there to be a risk factor but a couple of things that are a little bit interesting here and that we don't have an answer for one is that males of any age seemed to have more severe disease than female so I mentioned of any age because it's not simply hormonally driven. There's something else happening there. In our our host genes. The other thing is that obesity. Now we did know that from from flu. So it's not that much of a surprise but obesity is turning out to be a risk factor that may increase your risk of severe disease by as much as two fold so we're beginning to get a more and more complete picture the other thing that has just recently has been reported is about five cases of Gaon Beret. This isn't a sending paralysis. This can happen with a variety of viral and parasitic infections. It can happen from influenza. And now we're starting to see some cases as a result of nineteen not very many but nonetheless case reports here and there there's a report that came out of South Korea about one hundred and forty patients. I believe who had been tested positive with Cova. Nineteen men seem to recover and now again tested positive. What did you make of that? You can imagine the the concern that this is raised in. It's a very complicated issue. I think probably one of two things is happening. One is maybe just variability in testing. I do not believe that these people have recovered. And then that quickly been reinfected that would not be consistent with everything we know about the human immune system so it's either variability in testing or one part of that can be remembered that the RTP CRI say the diagnostic essay is just detecting pieces of the virus. It doesn't mean that there is virus in there that's so to speak live and capable of infecting somebody else it could be residual pieces of the virus that are there as part of your recovery on so what they're doing and it's an appropriate step though as you might imagine has some risk associated with a is there actually culturing that virus in human cells in a test tube to see are we actually seeing live virus or just these pieces. The same thing has happened in regard to checking stool specimens. Some people are shedding virus for as long as thirty days. Does that mean they're infectious? We don't know and in fact. Some countries some locales in the US. The country of France and others are actually going to waste water and sewage treatment plants and looking for evidence of the virus. And what I've noticed. Is that this is the other side of the disease is before people have actual symptoms. They can detect at the population level virus in the wastewater in the sewage. And they know that in five days they're gonNA start seeing cases so we're learning a tremendous amount here the the trick will be putting it into the proper context and understanding. You talked a little bit earlier about how it may be necessary to be reactive. So in other words that as we begin to open we may see changes in in the incidents Or even the second wave of infections that I've been hearing about what does that mean and when might have happened if somebody who studies these viruses in his EVAC sinologist I have. I'll say grave concern when you think about this. Kobe outbreak in the US. It started in mid to late February so we were in fact past are influenza epidemic. It's unlikely that will happen. This fall rather we will have in a perfect overlapping fashion influenza epidemics and CO VID recurrence occurring. The problem is that the symptoms overlap nearly exactly particularly initially the second is the tremendous surge demand on the medical system and the third will be the anxiety around that and do we really close everything down again and do what we've just been through for the last Several months this remains to be seen. I think what's going to be really key. We have difficulties with getting people to take flu vaccine. What's really going to be key to encourage everybody six months of age in older. Which is the recommendation to get a flu van scene and in this case to get it as early as it's available now wait until December January. Oh.

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"maya san" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

14:12 min | 1 year ago

"maya san" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Welcome to the Mayo Clinic. Dr Holy Magazine Guy. We're recording this episode on April the Twenty Second Twenty twenty and half with me again today Dr Greg Poland. Who's an infectious disease by polity expert from the Mayo Clinic? Thanks for being here Dr Poland. Whose ENJOY IT? I wonder if you'd start out today by just sharing as the latest numbers that you're hearing what's going on with the pander well worldwide word about point six million cases on Monday when we spoke just a couple of days ago it was about two point four so this is still a rapidly moving a pandemic in the US were it at just about eight hundred twenty thousand cases we were at seven hundred sixty five thousand on Monday. We have about a little over forty five thousand deaths on Monday. Were we were at about forty thousand deaths so while those numbers are still high one is beginning to sense that they're plateauing and as we talked about this lag period between when you get exposed than when you get sick enough to be counted can be fourteen to twenty eight days or so so we're just starting to see that plateau in the hard part will be the patience to continue this for perhaps another month or so. You talked a little bit about the numbers and it's the still were still seen infections. Does living in households convey any risk for transmission. What do we know about that since? We've all been social distancing concentrating infocomm that somebody there was a study just released from from China. That was a household transmission. Study they And I'll just look at the numbers here they had One hundred five people that were infected three hundred ninety two household members. All who were tested with. Are you look at the secondary attack? It's it was seventeen percent adult so in other words. If I'm sick what's the risks that my wife or another adult in the household would get infected? It was about seventeen percent about four percent for kids. If that index case quarantine themselves with all the measures we talked about household. Transmission was zero so it really works the court. The other side of that coin was well. What about the spouse where there'd be you the most intimate contact that attack rate was about twenty eight percent it? These measures are important. I know sometimes I get questions from people saying well. If somebody in my household has it is. Isn't it inevitable? As a matter of fact you can drive that two zero and that's a remarkable things speaking to the power of hand washing respiratory etiquette an appropriate isolation warranty. Well that is really amazing. Because if you think about all the surfaces that are shared in a household etc maybe it gives us hope for going back to work in doing other activities proper precautions. At some point there is such a dizzying array of Tessa for Cobra. Nineteen being discussed in the media and otherwise both tests for. I haven't now and serology tests for did I ever have it. There's talk about household kind of tests that can be done at home. Is this likely to become a reality and would help with the testing numbers that were seen? Were whether it's just not enough capability to test. Will you know you've you've put your finger on a an absolutely key issue in terms of how do we intelligently reopen and how would we intelligently reclosed this fall which many of us think is is like and a key to that is going to be testing? Otherwise we have no real idea of the amount of community transmission. That's occurring. The problem is in the rush to get these tests. Out The FDA has issued emergency use authorizations and what that means is that they haven't gone through the usual very careful clinical testing that we would normally put a test. That's going to be used in humans through so Some studies have suggested that the sensitivity and what that means is if I actually am in fact a new. Do this test army. What's the chance that it will be positive? Might only be about fifty percent five. Oh a flip of a coin and so I think before. We really have widespread testing. We're going to need assays that have been validated. And where we know Are they going to be appropriate and give us a good intelligence? The other tests that that was just released which is an interesting. One is the idea of allowing people to have it home. A Swab test so this is not have been infected. It's M. I. Infected now. I'm in what they're proposing lease. This company that's released it is to put. What looks like a q tip gist into the first half inch or inch of the of bananas and doing that on both sides. We have no idea how good dad ask say. Is We know that. In general you have to do a nasal torrential swab which goes up quite a bit into the nose in nasal passages It's uncomfortable. Somebody's unlikely to do that to themselves. On on their own and they're gonNA start with using it in healthcare workers first responders. So it's it's something that holds promise but I think we need to see the data a little while ago. We were hearing an awful lot about hydroxy Clark wine. And his sister Maya San in even president trump was talking about it on some of his Daily updates So much so that here mail. We had to put limits on how people prescribe those medications when a to preserve the supply. What do we know at this point about whether those are effective for treating who've nineteen but let me make a comment because I think it it pertains to so much surrounding this pandemic there is of course immense pressure and desire to get things out quickly whether it's a drug cast of vaccine and one understands that in has great empathy for People? Healthcare workers etc. Who who need to know. Want to know but there is no substitute for careful patients of scientific work. Let's just take this example of hydroxy chloroquine and reminds me a lot of pressure public and otherwise as you said to do something in us this. We now have to create good studies. That are showing one study done in in the Va that there was no benefit to this. Another study from France showing there was no benefit to either one or combination of those in fact evidence of harm in it as you and I know some of those drugs can do things to the heart rhythm like prolonged some of the electrical activity and actually cause harm. If they're not monitor Again I think this is really important because it says now when we actually done. The clinical trials is all this enthusiasm warranted and more and more data is accumulating to say no and in fact there might be Har- now other anti-viral drugs like rim. This aveer which we talked about it is a is a different story. We have some encouraging news. There look forward to hearing Morris Develops WE'VE HEARD ABOUT RISKS FOR PATIENTS? And what makes covert worse for? Some patients perhaps male different age groups that Cetera. Are there other risk factors that are becoming known that affect Either the development of Cova nineteen or how the the vitalize progresses illness for those patients that scenario where inside fourteen fifteen weeks. We've developed a lot of knowledge so I think everybody's familiar with the fact that older age heart disease lung disease diabetes things like that are risk. Factors We have not seen pregnancy. Be A risk factor for complicated disease. I have to say that's a surprise. Given how pregnancy is very much a risk factor for influenza. Smoking is turning out. Of course no surprise there to be a risk factor but a couple of things that are a little bit interesting here and that we don't have an answer for one is that males of any age seemed to have more severe disease than female so I mentioned of any age because it's not simply hormonally driven. There's something else happening there. In our our host genes. The other thing is that obesity. Now we did know that from from flu. So it's not that much of a surprise but obesity is turning out to be a risk factor that may increase your risk of severe disease by as much as two fold so we're beginning to get a more and more complete picture the other thing that has just recently has been reported is about five cases of Gaon Beret. This isn't a sending paralysis. This can happen with a variety of viral and parasitic infections. It can happen from influenza. And now we're starting to see some cases as a result of Kobe. Nineteen not very many but nonetheless case reports here and there there's a report that came out of South Korea about one hundred and forty patients. I believe who had been tested positive with Cova. Nineteen men seem to recover and now again tested positive. What did you make of that? You can imagine the the concern that this is raced in. It's a very complicated issue. I think probably one of two things is happening. One is maybe just very ability in testing. I do not believe that these people have recovered. And then that quickly been reinfected that would not be consistent with everything we know about the human immune system so it's either variability in testing or one part of that can be remembered that the RTP CRI say the diagnostic essay is just detecting pieces of the virus. It doesn't mean that there is virus in there that's so to speak live and capable of infecting somebody else it could be residual pieces of the virus that are there as part of your recovery on so what they're doing and it's an appropriate step though as you might imagine has some risk associated with a is there actually culturing that virus in human cells in a test tube to see are we actually seeing live virus or just these pieces. The same thing has happened in regard to checking stool specimens. Some people are shedding virus for as long as thirty days. Does that mean they're infectious? We don't know and in fact. Some countries some locales in the US. The country of France and others are actually going to waste water and sewage treatment plants and looking for evidence of the virus. And what I've noticed. Is that this is the other side of the disease is before people have actual symptoms. They can detect at the population level virus in the wastewater in the sewage. And they know that in five days they're gonNA start seeing cases so we're learning a tremendous amount here the the trick will be putting it into the proper context and understanding. You talked a little bit earlier about how it may be necessary to be reactive. So in other words that as we begin to open we may see changes in in the incidents Or even the second wave of infections that I've been hearing about what does that mean and when might have happened as somebody who studies these viruses in his EVAC sinologist. I have. I'll say grave concern when you think about this. Kobe outbreak in the US. It started in mid to late February so we were in fact past are influenza epidemic. It's unlikely that will happen. This fall rather we will have in a perfect overlapping fashion influenza epidemics and CO VID recurrence occurring. The problem is that the symptoms overlap nearly exactly particularly initially the second is the tremendous surge demand on the medical system and the third will be the anxiety around that and do we really close everything down again and do what we've just been through for the last Several months at this remains to be seen. I think what's going to be really key. We have difficulties with getting people to take flu vaccine. What's really going to be key to encourage everybody six months of age in older. Which is the recommendation to get a flu van scene and in this case to get it as early as it's available now wait until December January. Oh you have done..

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"maya san" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio

KSCO Pet Radio

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"maya san" Discussed on KSCO Pet Radio

"Things much more worse and more complicated. The dog can be so crusty. And that's really what it looks like that people will think it's a little hard to dinosaur or something because you're not so much. Crust on. Sometimes I wonder if the chew pa- Cobb raw. I'm not sure if you've heard of that before could potentially be a dog that had deemed ex and lost all of his hair and got crusty because of it. I hope not for the sake of the dog. Now, it used to be that Dima decks could be very difficult to treat. I remember the first thing my decks dog I worked with it was a pit bull puppy that everybody at the shelter was afraid of and wanted to kill. We took him out. He was placed on as I remember Medicated shampoo and was getting an anchor Mexican I once hill once or twice a day. And this went on for months and months and months until the Doug finally got enough better that you didn't think of him as a demon DHEC stalk anymore Dima. Dax traditionally in the past was treated by medications of drug class called macroscopic. Macro sick lick lack towns, and that includes Ivermectin and Melba Maya San those are the most common treatments, and then we also use topical such. As amateur as dips. Or even sometimes lime Sofer that was probably more used in kitty cats and those drugs and those topical 's were very difficult to use and they come with a lot of different side effects. And it wouldn't it would take months and months are general rule of thumb would be to recheck the dog on a monthly basis and do a skin scraping, which is how he diagnosed Dematic mange and at each skin scraping. We would look at the quantity of the mites and the quality of the mites. So are they alive? Are they still producing eggs are they're still juvenile mites on the skin and so oftentimes treatment would take a minimum of three to four months. Today due to the wonders of science. It's much easier to treat absolute so today at recently in the last I would say or or so a new drug class called Izhak says all lanes have come out and have been able to treat demata very easily. These drugs are fleeing tick preventions, they're called there's several of them. So next guard bravado. Sim- peer and credential Yoho, and they all are of the drug class. Ii Sox's owns what's amazing about this is at targets the Gabba glue, the Gabba receptors and neurotransmitter within the parasites to cause a paralysis, and it is much more potent for the parasite than it is to the mammal that we're giving it to and what's even more amazing is that it can take one or two pills to kill these parasites instead of having to do daily treatments were giving these animals of flea and tick prevention that will last a month or three months and kill demon x and scabies head the worst steam ducts dog I hit ever seen. I helped transporter her name was Ellen. And I will coast her picture her bed. Dima decks picture almost sanctuary. The touching. Thank you. It was a horror picture, and I didn't know about Rebecca. So in goes this awful, bloody looking German shepherd up and a week later. She is starting to re grow her skin looks better. She's been washed. She's not crusty, and they're saying we gave her one pill and got rid of the Dima decks. And I'm thinking that's an if you've never seen the I can see that happen. It is truly phenomenal for these dogs. It is phenomenon. I remember when the drugs I came out Rebecca was on the market next guard was also on the market around the same time, and I will admit when I first used it to treat a D Medax case, I still made them come back every month. So that I could do skin scrape just to be sure, and I was so impressed and so happy with how quickly they turn around and. How quickly? We can kill these mites. Like, you said one pill as long as it's bravado. It'll last about three months next guard symposia con credential, yo generally will give at least two months back to back to treat the deemed X in there several topical things that you can do is well to help remove the mites from the pair follicles, so different shampoos and helping flush out those nights out of the hair follicles. So this horrible looking disease, and I hope I stress that enough is still one of the more treatable diseases that use as Matala gist will see. Absolutely. And quite interestingly enough, I practice in both California and an era Zona Annan, California fleas are a big problem. And in Arizona. We don't see a whole lot of fleas. It's very hot out here. So they Desa Kate and dry out very easily. So in Arizona, I find that Dima decks, and scabies mites can be more common as we have less animals on monthly flea prevention the animals in California generally are on monthly flea and tick prevention, and if that includes an icebox Zolane such is next guard Provecho's impure or credential EEO, it will protect them from the contagious, scabies mites. And we'll also keep deemed exit bay Dr Samantha walk would is a new bit in the Santa Cruz area. She is a dermatologist a specialty. I did know exist app to admit until a couple of weeks ago when we invited her on the program, again, a you're a referral practice in someone needs their vet to refer patient to you is that correct. It is. But they we also take patients from calling up and setting up an appointment without a referral. So we will take off a referral base. A lot of primary. Veterinarians once they've reached their capacity in treating skin problem will often refer to us for expertise in treating and managing skin disease long-term, or if it's a difficult case to diagnose we also take patients if you call and set up an appointment without a referral. So people can get to you easily. And they would find you hell what's the easy way to find your practice? The easiest way to find our practice is to go to our website dermatology for animals dot com and look up our locations for

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"maya san" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"maya san" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"With you all in it. I love you guys. Thanks, Ronnie for making it happen. I love you both. And I can't wait to see you at the crappies. Oh, girl yet. Sweet. I love that lady. And by the way, Shannon. You're like eight times you did a great job. That was like you like you read that like a like a professional podcast are so good job area. Bit benches are really good group of people. They came to the Maya San Francisco show, which was a southern night. So it was southern southern charm gay pride show, and they came in different colored shirts like rainbow the colors of the rainbow, and they had to line up to do it. And it was the lyrics from the southern charm thing. It was awesome. They are super super supportive they travel. I think a bunch of them are coming to our Charleston show. They really they really travel for us, which is above and beyond. And that's just really it's really cool to know that the podcast has has creditors communities of like, friends and stuff, and it's like a really cool thing that happens with all. Podcast these days. So it's cool to see it happening with our peeps. And it's nice. It really is nice. When you see so people come to our shows, and they make friends people. Sometimes we'll be doing our meeting greet before the show, and they'll be someone who's there like I came alone. And then by the end of the show, you see that made like some friends, and like that's a really nice feeling. It's there's a there's something really rewarding about like finding your people, you know. And it's cool that all these podcasts and all these different areas are really helping people do that. Yeah. Baby. We love you Shannon out of a Canada. Human Johnny where back tomorrow with a real housewives of balance recap and go get your tickets for Seattle, which is in November and the Nashville in December, go get your Ramona, Christmas and Hannukah t-shirts overwatch crap thought calm, and we will see you guys tomorrow. Happy Halloween stucco..

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"maya san" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"maya san" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This, is head and brain I'm shocker Beethoven If you, follow football for our listeners. And other countries we're. Talking about American football this. Will sound familiar No his progress At seven points. In a game the action comes to a stop because a ruling that a referee has made on the field has. Should be reviewed. When this happens everyone turns to, the television replay same replay right there and faster motion an experts both on and, off the field decide whether the referee made the right call rolling on the. Field, is changed Each time a referee's ruling, gets reversed early officials have overturned it it's a small blemish on his reputation If your calls get overturned a lot people will start. To say that you're a bad referee. What happens in football is. An analogy for something much more important At Harvard's Kennedy School political scientists Maya San, has examined how rulings in the federal courts get up held or overturned and. The traditional viewpoint in the legal academy is that for a judge to be reversed it's actually quite costly as an skorts can be. Costly to that, judges reputation it can be Mark that they perhaps reached an incorrect decision or a decision that was too, extreme. Or unpalatable to the higher court in other words Kasey to an individual, judge but also costly to the system as a whole reversal sense the case back right so it's set back to. A lower court usually and not lower, court doesn't have a reduced workloads or is all it. Just has to accommodate another case being handed back down to it And so it's costly not just in terms of reputational costs. But it's actually, also costly because it adds more work onto job play we're talking this hour about implicit biases subtle nudges, that? Might cause us to evaluate some people differently than others there has been, some really interesting work showing that for example employers who look at resumes that are set essentially on an identical basis With the. Names at the top, of the resumes either being white names, or traditionally African American names have resulted in massive differences for example in. Callback rates and things like that my, I wanted to know if such biases might also shape which judicial rulings. Get overturned or more specifically which judges get overturned, even more, simply she asked do black judges get reversed more often than white ones Before we get to the research a quick bit of. History there are hundreds of judges, in the US federal court system and up, until the nineteen sixties, all of, them were white through the nineteen sixty s into the, nineteen seventies there was a big push to diversify the courts in the United. States presidents like Jimmy Carter began appointing black judges to the courts the thing is these, judges were usually the most junior members of the system. Our judicial system is very hierarchical so there are, certain courts at the bottom and then there is you know the supreme court at the. Top and along the, way the way that cases get up to these higher courts is by being appealed so, if someone goes to federal court, and doesn't like the way a judge has. Ruled she, can challenge the judge's decision by filing. An appeal so if a cases appealed to a higher court then at higher court has the opportunity to uphold the lower court's, ruling or reverse it as, we said before judges whose rulings get overturned a lot Are at risk. For being seen as less competent what was the hypothesis of. What did you think about where you sort of saying well reversal it's my tell me something. Interesting what was the hypothesis that you wanted to explore so in the case. Of reversal my working hypothesis was weather blocked ideas would be reversed more on appeal than white, judges what was the you looked at. A specific group of judges Sultani about little bit about the data set you. Looked at it and why you, lifted that data set I did so further, study I chose the, federal courts, and I I look at federal judges in part because, they are sort of the more prestigious of the courts in the United States. We tend to have the best data we tend to have the most information about them, which my perspective is a quantitative data scientist is appealing. My daughter judges of all races appointed between one, thousand nine hundred sixty and two thousand twelve ten percent for so we're African American analyzed. How often their cases, were appealed and how often they're ruling Things were overturned what did you. Find so what what we find what. I find and this is very consistent across different kinds of ways of slicing and dicing data which is. That black is have a very very consistently have a consistently higher reversal rate they are much more likely to. Be reversed at once a case that they've written has been appeal to a higher court And that's? The case? Regardless of whether we control for? Taking to account differences in the court in which they say the kinds of cases, that they hear their age their gender their, professional experience their qualifications ratings from American Bar. Association it's actually a very very sticky finding so essentially black judges are are more likely to be reversed by higher courts The university of Chicago.

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"maya san" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"maya san" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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