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Autonomous Voice In Automobiles
"I feel like voice automation in cars fairly new thing. I'm just curious how it kind of developed into what it is because now we are very familiar with Utilizing voice like just in. Gps but so much in our technology our car you and i spoke earlier. I have two thousand ten ford edge. And i get frustrated because it's old technology but i can still speak to it So what what has been your progression into. Or what have you witnessed through voice in automotive. It's an interesting question so the it's not really new. I would say that voice is so you know they knew in the car. It ties day job. You know for some time. They probably more than daniels. Like you posing dan on. It still has always assisting other doesn't have all of the capabilities if not national so. The desire to highway systems in the car has always been made on. I just you know on. The technology was challenging. the informal. seeing laws You know there was gonna be gone back in those days and that was limiting most of Know the capabilities. What alec solvable missing might throw the cloud capabilities. Everything has to be invited. The woman do they reading invited of causing space related issues like limited space in the car on this mode on one of those kinds of things. So what has seen since then is now gone. I think it's all the modern cars would see. You know have of inva- commodity argument have running through these so will do the more connected expedience in the sand lake. You can have a hybrid expedience where you know. Some of the features are in the car. Some of the features are of old sewing back. We you know you ought do. Gains the board as critical features related to awaken control. Could be in the car and those can be in the cloud. So you're still getting those leaders. In on a features use those desire nowadays the second thing which has changed iran since late back in the base of love back is not a non wage. The because reasons why most of these automotive oem narcan national language laws you know under limitations of the rules are platforms people using and plus the panic everything including move download. Anything has to be stored somewhere right now with the cloud connected and with now like these windows on Ability than combined line are on companies are able to leverage those kinds of things with so now you will see more than more than only natural language processing in the car radio. You can say what they would insert of navigation envy. Most of the who were doing. Now you can simply say fine on status. You know you don't have them Starbucks or something else right so you don't have to save that we amy war which was very complicated for human speak in as so that has changed and in addition to that lot capability ability so earlier you know there was capable loved me making a phone call are finding a bunch of interest for you right now. During world things voice dictation because we have the now you know allows s louis open education as well so you got compose. An email undertakes message strips. Some money run on again On some things they were shopping on the control. Your college
New Jersey residents will have access to opioid reversal drug, Thursday
"Will be able to pick up the opioid overdose reversal. Drug naloxone beginning on Thursday. The drug, commonly known as Narcan, will be free to residents through Saturday and more than 300 pharmacies across the state. This is the second straight year that Democratic governor Phil Murphy's administration has hosted in the locks and give away. Last year's event was just one day instead of three this year. A number of participating pharmacies also nearly doubled from about 1 72 or 3 20 this year.
How to break up well
"In your own life have you ever had a good break up I just remember feeling. So angry I broke up with my boyfriend over skype when I was eighteen in a lecture uni. And then I broke into his house it was a pretty bad way to do it but. I have very fight for what you love mentality by the end. All I could think of was I need to get out of this narcan white food do not be around me any war. I. Would constantly tech when drunk, which is now in hindsight Divorce and breaking up can feel like the bloodiest dirtiest combat you'll ever thought experience in your whole life. and. Almost everyone on the planet has been through one in. Australia in twenty eighteen alone nearly fifty thousand dollars got divorced to put that into context in that same year about one hundred and twenty thousand people got married. I WanNa make something clear before we get going this. Is Not focused on domestic violence or abusive relationships. Where talking about run of the mill breakup which astill devastating? People lose homes amass great be debt for into addiction used their kids as collateral get depressed all bottle up all their feelings and totally not cope. and. Some of that has to do with the fact that popular narratives tell us that that's the way love goes when it ends its war or didn't count. Rarely away modeled the best. Case. Scenario divorce. So, what if they was a guide? What if you could break up better or dare I say it divorce? Well, what if the process didn't have to leave both parties wounded devastated and financially? I'm Jimmy Stein's. Ladies. We need to talk about how we can break up bit up. In two thousand eight, I split up with my partner. We had kids and a house together and there was mediation lawyers, child custody arrangements and it sucked. There's a bunch of stuff I wish I needed that I know now. So let's share it a practical guide to breaking up well. In this episode, we're going to talk to a US a psychologist and a lawyer who all have skin in the game when it comes to breakups and divorce. I think for a long time we just assumed that breakups were allowed to tardily rain of your eating habits, your drinking habits, sleeping habits, how you conducted yourself in terms of going completely. Lupi and and just feeling like a bracket with completely appropriate answer to that. This is Zoe foster blake she's an Australian author and entrepreneur. We're speaking to her because she's written a book called break-up boss. Though, he's married with a couple of kids. Settled and happy. But during her early twenties, she reckons she was the authority on bad breakup and in this ladies, we need to talk guide to better breakups. Zoe is going to start with a bit of what not to do. So I would go to his house in the middle of the night. Drink dial constantly I would stalk can be aggressive towards these new partner I would. Yeah it was cool. Everything that you're not supposed to do and we really we didn't give it together I don't. Consider your behavior, and that time isn't it really making years this person if you want to get back with them but I think it was a good listening going what not to do, and so we beat further break up I realized that that was embarrassing and it wasn't a true encapsulation of my character. I didn't think but I'd let my emotions and my fees and my panic, and probably my hang up is the better of me and I. Behaved in a way that I wasn't proud of it's a real relief to hear you say that because. We all do embarrassing things I. Think during a I don't want it to sound like I'm saying look you have to have for outward appearances control you suffer God's sake women conduct yourself in the proper it's not about that. It's about. Showing courage and strength at times that are really hard in your life and not just behaving irrationally or illegally just because you're angry at someone having been a bit of a break up monster a few times in my life I realize that there is a good in a bad way to do it the really important for me was the night contact because when you've got a clearing books and a clear hit spice and that mental real estate to process what's happening even though it hurts. I march. You can move forward and it's not so much even about the anger but it's just that sadness engraving can make us put into glasses on just wanna go backwards to feel safe again because we don't dismiss the person, we miss the rituals routines Sunday night dinners at their house the family you know everything that you lose when you lose a break-up. So you've got this massive gaping hole in your life now that you desperately want to fill again with what you love and no. So you just have to be strong in that time and night context is critical because if you keep trying to hang out with them or you don't want to be rude if they're hanging out with us shut night, do that for how long is I fifty days just to establish a routine in the habit
FDA tells doctors to discuss overdose antidote with patients
"71,000 Americans having died last year from drug overdoses, the Food and Drug Administration wants doctors to make sure patients know about no lock zone, also known as Narcan, a potential antidote that can reverse an opioid overdose in minutes Now, the prescribing instructions for all opioids like Percocet and OxyContin will suggest the doctors tell patients how to get in a lock zone without a prescription, and they should consider for some At risk patients prescribing the lock zone, along with the pain killer for an emergency.
PSYCHOLOGY OF A PANDEMIC
"This is Alan Lieber Te. When we talk about what's happened we have to start with What we would call the global trauma that happened when the coronavirus started to change our experience in the world and from there we would go to what we call the global shock which was the shock that all of a sudden this is real and this is really happening in our lives are changing and then we moved from there to global grief which was a morning that we couldn't go and do the same things we used to do because we had stay at home stand shelter and all of a sudden thinks it changed and there was an unforeseen Element that was dangerous that we couldn't fight with an army or we couldn't fight in the other ways and so that has led to All of us having different different experience. Some what we're used to and that's called Angst. It's caused anxiety it's caused depression. It's caused a whole slew of different sort of symptoms in reaction to this sort of emotional haze that happens when you're experiencing grief in this sense were exploited experiencing grief and a global way as well because every time we look for answers or push back into the not knowing into the unknown of. What's the next steps are going to be I? I love the idea I mean. I don't love the idea but I'm intrigued by the way of a global trauma that you know. I mean obviously individuals experienced trauma. But this really in at least in my lifetime I mean I guess you could say wars and things like that but this is something. That's you know. Wars are specific to certain countries and certain specific areas. This this really is this. Pandemic has gone over the entire planet. That's right and so a sense. We're looking for solutions. Because we're a solution oriented and very resilient country but in this instance were dealing with something that is Making it more difficult for us to be resilient Because we don't have the ways in which to resolve this Sooner I think that's where a lot of the anger is coming from. A LOT OF THE GRIEF. Also people are really upset. Like what you know. There's we have to do something you know. There's there's a great line. Did you ever see the movie night of the living dead? Yes and the zombies. Come out of the grave and they're attacking this house in. This woman is freaking out in the house. And she says there's gotta be someone we can call it the funniest line in the movie because it was it was just great. And that's what it feels like. Don't you want just go. There's gotta be somebody we can call and I think that that is the element of that disconnect. 'cause there really isn't anyone to call at this point in time and we're watching the news or reading the paper watching the Internet and looking for a semblance of an answer that we can sort of build a framework around to understand and hopefully have some relief emotional relief from this. Some of the people I work with are experiencing nightmares anxiety. Depression of and all those issues along with PTSD and other sorts of psychological aspects are Becoming more pronounced because of this unforeseen issue is changing what they've known and most people what we've known which is you know. Were able to get NARCAN and go places. Visit with people go to places where we normally have our ritual of shopping or going to work and having meaningful relationships around interactions on yes been frustrated with traffic and other sorts of things but at this point in time all of of that stuff is kind of a wash because it's all different. It is really different. Like I haven't hugged anyone other than my wife and my daughter at my house in a couple of months. That's an odd thing and telling. My daughter went for a walk with her yesterday. And I said not only am I. Distancing myself from the other people walking. I don't even want to look in the eye and I noticed that I was looking away. It's like I was embarrassed that I was distancing myself from them like they. They were defective in some way. Because they might have this and I wasn't even sometimes I cannot go hello through my mask and I'm okay but yesterday I just couldn't even look at them beating feel a sort of angst of being home so much and not being able to start to continue in move out that inner resiliency that we have as a country as a population that the United States is embarked on always had. We're not really experienced that so much at this point I was wondering how many people When they're when they're home because your home and you've got a lot of hours in the day to fill in a in. A new way are are are. They becoming more introspective. Is it you know as it forcing people to be alone with their own thoughts which can be like really profound or also really unpleasant not just about the virus but just their own thoughts. It's like what's my life about. I would think you'd see a lot of people start to question. The basic tenants of their entire existence in some way. Because they have the time to do it. I think you're absolutely right because I think that from what I'm hearing people are looking at their lives and they're seeing that they're able to have a light but not necessarily do all the things run around. Do all the things that we used to do. there's a very famous psychiatrist. Psychotherapists Carl Young talked about the transcendent function of the personality. And we're sort of pushed into that place of having transcend our circumstances and we we have to look at it. Behooves us to look at? What are the things that are fulfilling us in the things that are are providing us with a nerd emotional nutrients and how much that will help us dealing with the present circumstances knowing that we just don't know so how do we connect meaning purpose? And what are the things that will help us Get THROUGH. This is really an important issue. It does seem like that. I mean I. I am sort of somebody that is able to spend a lot of time by myself and not feel like. I'm missing out on anything but I know there's quite a few people that don't live that way. Expe- you know it's like well. What distraction am I going to do next and I've got to go here and I'm busy this idea of being busy as an interesting concept because you when you're constantly busy and you've got this thing you know this idea of Maybe I don't even know if it's just accomplishment of just being busy sometimes it's just being busy to be distracted and not be present That it must create a lot of problems for people you know and you then now. You're seeing people protesting they can't they can't they can't they. Can't sit home. They're actually going a little nuts. It's like I you know when I see a sign of somebody. I need a haircut really that bad right. I cut my hair and I did a terrible job so I think you're bringing up a really good point which is after we are going through this global guilt immer also mirroring and having a parallel process with what's happening in the world. What happens is we ended up in this place of Anticipatory Reef and you made have lots of feelings about that with your children. In with your family you can feel lots of different things in terms of what the situation is and then how that gets played out in the family system.
Death toll hits 21 from Thai shooting after mall raid
"A member of the Thai security forces was killed early on Sunday in arrayed in a shopping mall to try to stop a soldier on a shooting. Rampage bringing the total death toll to twenty one. The killings began around three PM local time on Saturday when the soldier opened fire in a house before moving to an army camp and then to the mole in Nakhon Ratchasima in northeastern Thailand posting messages on facebook as he went early on Sunday gunfire on fire. Broke out at the mall of security forces tried to dislodge. The soldier identified by police as thirty two year. Old Jack Repent Tomah the public health. The minister told reporters at the scene. That one member of the security forces was killed and two wounded in the raid as he spoke a series of explosions and further shooting echoed from the terminal twenty one more police closed off streets around the mole and kept journalists behind a security cordon. At least that he one other people have been wounded. Thai media said the suspected shooter had worked to Nami base close to Nakhon Ratchasima which is about one hundred and fifty five miles from from the capital Bangkok. Before the shooting the attacker had posted on his facebook account that he was out for vengeance but he did not say for what. CCTV TV footage from inside the mall. Posted on social media showed the gunman dressed in black and wearing a mosque. His Gun slung over his shoulder and with no sign of other other people around facebook said it had removed the suspects account. narcan Ratchasima is one of the biggest cities in northeastern Thailand an Nyland of relative prosperity in a rice growing area. That is one of the poorest parts of the country of sixty nine million people
Pindrops work. But if you (or your drone) require location precision, theres an app for that.
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard and get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace and by the Maryland Marketing Partnership. If tech talent means everything into your business think Maryland home of the nation's highest concentration of stem workers they're leading universities and proximity to the intelligence community means your business will be surrounded and supported by the best minds in the field. Maryland makes for a smart investment. Make your move at open DOT MARYLAND DOT GOV three random words can direct you to any place on the globe. If you have the right software from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Jed Kim in from Hollywood when you were a kid. Probably as soon as you could string together sentences your parents drummed into you. The fact that you live at such and such Evergreen Terrace Springfield field wherever nowadays you can just make your kid remember three words like engine doors cubs or life gps budget and that string of random words is enough to point to a unique ten foot by ten foot patch of ground somewhere on the globe. What three words is a company. That's divvied. David the planet into fifty seven trillion squares each with its own unique string of three identifying words anyone with the company's APP or website can translate locations locations from those words it's been used to help direct emergency responders in the UK and even deliver mail in Mongolia. Chris Sheldrick is co founder and CEO we owe at what three words and he says traditional addresses are too often imprecise and overdue for improvement it is incredibly difficult still so in many parts of the world to get exactly to where you're going and in the UK and the US that can be getting to the right entrance of a building even if the address contemplates to the right place but in so much of the world's just oven areas or Roy areas just not properly match addressed tool so we wanted to provide a very simple yet accurate way all talking about any ten foot square in the world. I understand that addresses can be a little difficult to navigate advocate but I imagine a time when electricity will go out or cell service. We'll go down. Is there a way that we could use this. If we didn't have computer or smartphone capability I see what you mean if he had no smartphone and Kapiti capability yes you would be stuck to us three address in us. Norio Butts while smartphones are here with us and functioning then three would addressees can provide a really really good way to get around and just to be clear like we're not trying line to replace addresses or area names or any of this sort of historical ways that we talk about the world what we're trying to do is when you do have a small faint sane or call will some electric device which want to really simplify the way the you can communicate a precise location. How do you make money so what three words is is a free APP for consumers to use free website we license attack to businesses who wants to convert between three addresses and coordinates so for example well we charge our customers like Mercedes Benz to have what three words pre fitted into that calls. How do you see this being useful in the future as new technology develops so a lot of it is all around precision if you think about drones and drone delivery I mean Nolanda is a post to the trust can be good enough because you're gonNA have to specify the Franca another back on starting to see the software developers who make software for these kinds of things putting in what we were at this very early stage because the idea of somebody like manually typing in that GPS coordinates full adroit to make a delivery seems kind of difficult. Chris Sheldrick is CEO of what three words the words are random which can seem suspect when game winning goal points to a spot in Brazil. What do you do if you live at massive passive dinosaur pile. Can you lobby for a change. Sheldrick says nope that's locked in but you could just pick an adjacent square and now for some related links by the way you can't use what three words on Google or apple maps yet still. I've we've had fun looking at locations on what three words like if you're searching for able bodied gentlemen you'll have to swim. He's pretty far off the coast of Chile. If you're skeptical of what three words and it's mapping here not alone one what three words skeptic blogger terence eden takes issue with a lot of what the company offers most of all. He doesn't like that the company's. Algorithm is proprietary therefore secret which he says goes against the open source feel. It's going for one interesting side note. He points out is that tectonic shift means. Many spots will someday have to change the three words associated with their locations. There's no place I'd rather be right now than punk unfriendly cooking. If you're nervous about tech companies knowing and utilizing your location data you might might not like that apple appears to be preparing to hyper boost future phone models tracking and locating capabilities venture beat says leaks specs for co-processor processor code named rose APPs up phone sensors with it an iphone. We'll be able to tell when it's falling also the way it and other accessories are laid out in a room. Future phones could also contain ultra wideband wireless radio technology that will allow items to be pinpointed to within ten to thirty centimeters of their actual locations good luck finding me in my secret underground headquarters which according to this APP is not too far north of New Orleans breath. I'm Jed Kim and that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ENTERCOM NARCAN intercom. 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Narcan, Carleen Johnson And State Representative discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"Starting this fall more than five hundred Washington high schools will be required to stock medication that can reverse an opioid overdose. Komo's Carleen Johnson. State Representative Jerry who sponsored the Bill told cross cat. They don't track opioid overdoses at public schools. But they know students are abusing prescription drugs and some are using heroin, the company that produces Narcan has offered free doses of the opioid reversal medication to high schools. They do that across the country Representative Paulette said it's not difficult to administer either anyone can resuscitate someone with Narcan.
Crack mixed with fentanyl causes spike in overdose deaths, Ohio officials warn
"Month Hamilton county's reporting, a spike in drug overdose deaths in this one's indicating change heroin task says it's investigating at least six suspected crack cocaine overdose deaths in the last ten days and they're beginning to see a steep increase in African American overdose victims. It makes them believe cocaine laced with sentinel is surfacing, more often want to get the warning out to any recreational user of Arcata to be careful. You do not know what's out there. You do not know what's in the drug, everyone that's using recreational drugs, should have Narcan on hand. They should also use not alone. Tom Fallon's with chest four. She says, in addition to the Fenton, the lace crack they're starting to see fend, the lace meth, which is being sold on the streets is
FDA approves 1st generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose
"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of Narcan a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday, Nelson has been sold as a nasal spray in the US since twenty sixteen under the brand name Narcan pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes and vials a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the products price, or when it will be
Narcan, Tiba Pharmaceuticals And NAR discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of NAR can a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday now zone has been sold as a nasal spray in the US in two thousand sixteen under the brand name Narcan pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes, and via a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the product price or when it will be
FDA approves 1st generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdose
"The FDA's approved the first generic nasal spray version of NAR can drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's TV pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday, Nelson has been sold as a nasal spray in the US in twenty sixteen under the brand. Name NAR can pharmacists can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, prefigured syringes and vials APAC of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the products price, or when it will be
Tiba Pharmaceuticals, Naltrexone And NAR discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"The FDA approved the first generic nasal spray version of NAR can a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the naloxone spray from Israel's Tiba pharmaceuticals got the okay Friday naltrexone has been sold as a nasal spray in the US since two thousand sixteen under the brand name Narcan. Pharmacists, can dispense it without a prescription. It's sold as a generic or brand name drug in automatic injectors, pre filled syringes and vile 's a pack of two Narcan nasal sprays costs about one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty dollars without insurance tvos still has yet to release the product price or when it will be
A Generic Version of Opioid Overdose Antidote Naloxone Just Landed FDA Approval
"US regulators have approved the first generic nasal spray version of Narcan. That's a drug that reverses opioid overdoses the food and Drug administration today okayed now no lock zone spray for Israel's Tia from Israel's TV pharmaceuticals naloxone has been sold as a nasal spray in the US since twenty sixteen hundred the Braun brand name Narcan pharmacists, can dispense it without a
FDA And Naloxone discussed on Tom Sullivan
"Approval to the first generic nasal spray to treat opioid overdoses naloxone nasal spray with the brand name of Narcan is a medicine used to help stop and reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. Nor now primarily used by police and EMS workers the FDA also announced plans to review applications for similar generic products as well as plans to help create an over the counter
Supervised Injection Facilities for those who use IV drug
"Choral has used intravenous heroin for well over twenty five years. He's not sure why perhaps it's because the drugs on the street or stronger than they've been in the past, but he's had three overdoses this year alone. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion in all cases. He's alive today because of good luck somebody was nearby and because he carries with him nasal Narcan the drug which reverses the effects of opioids the CDC reports that more than seventy thousand people died of drug overdoses just last year. That's more people than died of breast, cancer and prostate cancer combined. I think there is still one area where policymakers might all agree opioid addiction is a serious problem in the US. But that's the only thing they agree on opinions diverge quickly, admittedly. It would be great. To get everyone who's addicted to opioids to stop using them. But that's not going to happen. So we moved to plan b harm reduction creating small steps toward ending addiction. But also doing everything we can to protect people from harm in this case overdose. One harm reduction approach is supervised injection facilities. These are safe places for drug injection. These centers provide for drug counseling clean needle exchange. Care addiction treatment and treatment for overdoses these facilities have been proven to save lives and reduce infection rates. Now, the people who staff these clinics, they don't provide opioids, and they don't inject the drugs for the people. They are simply there for protection and to help move people toward recovery, but there is huge disagreement about the legality. The of supervised injection facilities. In fact, these arguments are very similar to ones we had decades ago around giving out free needles to reduce the risk of hepatitis C. An issue for needle exchange advocates were accused of promoting drug use will this week. The Justice department announced that it was suing to stop a Philadelphia group from opening the nation's I supervised injection facility called safehouse where people take sides is whether medical providers should be assisting people to use illegal opioids, even if it saves lives. The US Justice department claims that the supervised injection facilities are illegal under the control substances act. The department calls them tax payers, sponsored havens to shoot up. They ask how could health providers ever support illegal drug use will fill. She has one of the highest rates of overdose deaths in the nation. The twice is either to sit back and watch our brothers and sisters and kids die or help keep them safe and move them toward recovery. Coral is scared that the next time he has an overdose. He might not be so lucky he wants to stop shooting drugs. But says it's the hardest thing he's ever tried to do and he can't get into a treatment program. There's no room. In the meantime, our health providers need to stand by Carl side and do what we can to prevent harm. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.
16-month-old chews parents’ heroin baggies, close to death but revived with Narcan
"A sixteen month old boy had to be treated with Narcan after ingesting drugs at his parents house last night in upper Darby, use Mike DeNardo reports. The toddler apparently chewed into two Baggies used to package heroin while his mother was passed out on the bed says upper Darby police superintendent, Michael Chitwood the child was able to get into the trash can and recover at a trash can two bags of containing some some some type of substance. We don't know what that was whether it was heroin endorphin all Chitwood says, the boy's father returned to the home in the seventy seven hundred block of West Chester pike around five thirty pm to find the boy on the bed, having difficulty breathing. He took the toddler to Delaware County Memorial Hospital where the boy was treated with Narcan. He's now I children's hospital of Philadelphia in guarded condition. Chitwood says the thirty six year old mother is being charged with endangering the welfare of the child. And the investigation is continuing. He says both the mother and the father. Admit to using heroin impacts our children. And you put children at risk. And you put children in harm's way. Then you deserve to get locked up, and you deserve to get the focus. Stand of whatever. The law provides would points out that it was just last year that the upper Darby parents have a ten month old girl were charged with murder after the baby died after
Opioid overdose deaths plunge 31 percent in Ohio county thanks to free Narcan
"Reducing the number of deaths related to opioid overdoses a new report shows overdose deaths plunged by thirty one percent in Hamilton county. That includes Cincinnati. There was also a forty two percent drop in emergency room visits. Health officials credit a new program that gives away the overdose reversal drug drug Narcan for free. It's just heartbreaking what what's going on out there. And it's gotta stop some awful thing for a mom to go through. Kathy Mead watched her daughter Amy struggle with opioid addiction from age fourteen to thirty every time my phone would ring I would think is this a coroner's office Collin for me to come and identify her body.
"narcan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You know that you can be denied life insurance if you carry Narcan now canisters stuff that is injected opiate overdoses to keep the person who has had the overdose from dying and some nurses carry some some lay folks carry it, but a nurse was denied life insurance for carrying. I have a couple of questions. I hope you'll be honest. Would you carry it? Do you feel responsibility to save the life of an overdose person? I mean, use the good Samaritan is that is that a beyond. What is expected of you? Or is that being a minimally decent citizen? Is it incumbent upon you to to maybe carry this stuff as a minimally decent citizen to save her life or do you say to yourself? You know, what is person this is this is this way by choice, not on me to save them. But if you. Kind of separate for that. If you're a person who feels like. You should. Carry narcan. Understand the point of view of the insurance companies. That if you're carrying knocking you may very well be an opiate addict. And they don't have any obligation to cover you. And I guess further if you think it's important to carry it are you willing to forego? Life insurance? Do you think life insurers should not be allowed to use that as an excuse pretty interesting? I mean, maybe you'd have to. Go and have a meeting or something to prove. You're not a user course, that's difficult to do. This are sticky wicket as the is is said the parlance of previous time six one seven two five four ten thirty. It's WBZ. Newsradio ten thirty so open lines. Now, you can talk about the Oval Office. Absolutely. Talk about being denied that a person can be tonight at least so far. Life insurance? If they had known to carry care. Question is how do you know? How would the insurance company know that bothers me? Is it a post somebody posted online? How do they know that? By the stuff, right? Six one seven two five four ten thirty. It's WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. Christmas is on the way. And I. Don't do gifts. I only give gifts on the Mark. Because I want to not because I have to. And one to someone who is giving me a gift. It was too late to say. Now, I'm glad they are. I'm actually making them a hand made custom made iphone case it goes on the belts. Kind of like doing that stuff. Can't do it for everybody. But for special people. This one is being a little extra special. I made one for myself the leather is soft and while it looks good. It doesn't function as well. Because it's not a stiff like a holster, and I've learned over my time with leather that. If you use hot water soak it not water little bit in wash and dry. It do that a couple of times it stiffens up because it gets the oils out. And also, you can form fit. So I have an empty case. This is exactly of the phone. I'll wash it a couple times dry wash it dry it stiffen up. And then I'll wait it again informed fitted around found so kind of like a holster. Open lines now, Johnny and Somerville. High Johnny, hey, how you doing Brad John? Not too bad. Hello. Hi. What's going on? Oh, not too much. You tonight. Well, I just want to talk about the topic of the day there. Okay. Sure. Am I was curious about you know, what's going on with the ball? And. Brad take on a bus with Davao. Yeah. Develop Patrick, no the wall. Oh. Yeah. I shake accent. Oh, it's not so bad. Well, as I mentioned, I don't care about the wall. Either way they want to build a wall. That's fine. With me, it helps doesn't that completely effective? If it's important to. I don't know a problem with it. Am more efficient ways to do it. Probably. I mean, if you just take away the reason the come in then that would not be so much of a problem. Take away the widow. And if you will. I I do have a couple of comments make on it. I care about her bred horse racing industry. And I know that a lot of a individuals do come across the border to help out with taking care of. Multi-million dollar per priced horses. Bad or good? That's a good thing. Okay. A pair renumerated quite substantially. I wanna see. I wanna see no border for those that. Are able to you know, to put something back into the United States one other thing, but there's no time for it. Now, I'm putting on hold gives the news weather, and you can tell me the other side, you have about a wall. It's Johnny in central. Now this on WBZ CBS news update, a Christmas market in part of France that borders, Germany, became the scene of a possible terror attack a gunman opening fire killing three and injuring thirteen more. It happened in the eastern French city of Strasbourg reports. CBS news correspondent Ilene com are reports that the gunman was the subject of an arrest warrant and police wench to his home to pick him up. But he wasn't there that was in relation to a homicide. He also is reported to have a previous conviction for armed robbery. And neither of those are terrorism related reporter Tessa Arcilla says police are combing the area looking for that twenty nine year old. Man, more police and military are on the street. And I was thinking some of the police officers many of them are not even from this area. And they have been asked to come from the different regions to help out with the ongoing. I think the question that people here are asking is it safe to be out on the streets. The city is so small and still they haven't found him CBS news update. I'm Matt piper..
"narcan" Discussed on KOMO
"Hundred people to use Narcan to reverse an opiate overdose. Nassar's announced its first group of commercial partners. That will help the space agency return to the moon in this time conduct science on the lunar surface. Komo's Ryan Harris tells us about the Redmond companies green rocket fuel which might play a huge role. Aerojet rockets, you probably remember are the RS twenty-five on the tail end of the space. Shuttles which are also part of the new space launch system at the stuff. We put in space has to move around. Once it's up there. That's where Aerojet screen mono propellant comes in. It's used in chemical rockets that maneuver satellites are other vehicles in. Space. It's less toxic. So it takes less effort and protection for the people fueling vehicles before launch. And air jets director of space systems. Fred Wilson says it's more dense you can fit a lot more of the green propellant. But then it also has a higher performance. So the two of those together result in density ISP improvement of more than fifty percents that density means less of it loaded. So more room in limited vehicle space or a longer life expectancy for the machines that fuels it'll be tested on a vehicle setup on a SpaceX falcon rocket next year the fuel and other Aerojet components might also play a big role as we return to the moon. Ryan Harris, KOMO news likely take weeks or months for dozens of cats to be nursed back to health after being left to die at home in Yakima county. Employees episodes safe say the cats were living in horrific conditions in net cheese before they stepped in. Komo's Steve McCarron reports from Snohomish county where rescue efforts aren't over yet. The rescue team from Casado safe-haven says the moment they stepped into this Yakima county home on Monday, the smell from the cat urine. And feces was overwhelming packed into the Florida every room in some areas stacked more than a foot high. It is the reason cats like ralphie now face a long recovery laws have been struggling to to live, and we're just a really unhealthy environment for at least a year probably longer in this case employees say a tip from a concern. Neighbor led to this rescue after repeated attempts to try to get the cats help the team needed has met suits and respirators just to be able to breathe. Many of the cats have upper respiratory infections to will likely have to have is removed. Nearly all of them will need dental work and to be spayed or neutered these cats certainly did not get this way overnight. They didn't stop eating yesterday. They didn't start sneezing yesterday. But it's not really possible for us to assess exactly how long that's been happening. Because for the cats medical care will likely climb to at least fifteen thousand dollars over the next several months. Their recovery will be slow, but employees have already noticed a difference in them since they arrived at their new temporary hall. They're able to breathe cleaner. So we just as they get more, comfortable and more relaxed. You really can start seeing their personalities come through and the team here. Instead homeless county tells me the homeowner had a medical issue a couple of weeks ago and that forced her to release ownership of the caz. The hope is eventually all of them will be available for adoption McCarron. Komo news. Komo news time eleven forty tonight in Thursday night, NFL football Cowboys beat the saints thirteen to ten the Harley exteriors sports desk. Of the huskies run against the running utes. Komo's Bill Swartz is talking dogs in Washington September win at Utah miles. Gaskin ran thirty times for one hundred forty three yards utes head coach Kyle Wittingham makes no secret about slowing down. The huskies all time leading runner Friday night. He's a guy that we got to focus on if he gets if he gets out and gets gone and has a big game. Our chances aren't real good Utah is fifth in the nation. Allowing measly one hundred yards running per game while you dubs offensive play. Caller, Bush hamden would like to be balanced. His receivers must win one on one battles against a terrific secondary, twenty two Hansen the linebackers..
"narcan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Proactive activity coming in contact with more and more and more of the same. We have found overdose. Victims in bathrooms at the gas station bathrooms at the restaurants in the car. There's no place off limits for somebody who's using the narcotics needles still an arm sometimes all the time. Yeah. My name is Erica Velten. I'm a police officer with little metro police officer in charge of safety health and safety and his background as a paramedic is perfect for this role with the ways of the opioid works. It will just shut your respiratory system off. You don't take a big deep breath, basically says okay, body, even stop breathing now. So it's literally minutes from the time they hit the ground. So they could be dead. And absolutely thankfully, officers had Narcan Narcan is a name brand of Nate lock zone, which is the heroine and opioid antidote as a paramedic on the ambulance. I carried anarchy and for years, the new device that we have nasal Narcan. You pulled out of the pack. You've heard of the nose and you hit the button. Our newer officers who experience this for the first time, they go and actually administered Narcan, and they see the person star breathing on their own wake up, and they're like that person was data minute ago. And I just gave this medicine. And now, they're they're awake. Turn blue. Absolutely. Yeah. Citiz- some cops. Find it. Bizarre that they're thrust in this role were their lifesavers. A lot do unfortunately, they are so used to it now because this is an everyday occurrence. They can guarantee just about every shift. They come into work. They're going to make an overdose response. I will get started back in our first wild Wednesday back to noon, we love the schedule. Thursday Friday.
"narcan" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The camp to allow at least thirty people instead of the current fourteen in for an eighteen month lease or at least something longer than the six months as it stands. Now. Peter Marin concord of the organizers of hope village says this is their third location. We don't want to be in a crisis mode in three or four more months because we have to leave in another month or six weeks. Oh released they're trying to figure out what we're gonna do. And one of the things that's important for the people here is some sort of security and safety. Right. So the more tenuous everything is more difficult. It is for the the residence Cortez. He says San Jose mayor Sam Lombardo who could not be reached for comment has been adamant about that six month caught off. But does seem to be considering adding more residents in San Jose. Megan gold, speak KCBS, given the opioid crisis and the dangers posed above police officers in the public the San Mateo. Oh county sheriff's department has issued Narcan to all its personnel. KCBS is Margie Shaffer has details from Redwood City. Sheriffs line staff, including corrections and patrol have been issued Narcan drug use to reverse the effects of opioid overdose. Really important to sheriff Alana's tweet able to provide this as a safety tool not only for the community, but for personnel as well that is San Mateo sheriff's deputy, Rosemary Blance. Wade who says the case earlier this year where Alameda County? Detectives were exposed to a cloud of Fenton all during a drug raid and saved by Narcan was reviewed recently. There was an opioid overdose. San Mateo county jail. And so we issued Narcan at that time and revived the the inmate and they were seen by further medical treatment right after Narcan is administered through a nasal spray members of the crime suppression. And our colleagues teams will carry multiple doses of Narcan in their day bags in Redwood City Margie Schaefer, KCBS survey looking at the health and wellness of caregivers shows that those who take care of others oftentimes neglect their own health. CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman has. As more in this report, if you are a caregiver, don't ignore yourself. A new poll suggests many caregivers neglecting their own healthcare. The survey by the Associated Press and the national Opinion Research Center found around one third of caregivers have gone without medical or dental care because they are too busy with their caregiving duties, the study found more than forty percent of caregivers have health problems of their own. Steve Futterman, CBS news people in the UK will soon have a new way to deal with loneliness CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez explains. Own.
"narcan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"New Jersey's minimum wage to eight twenty five in our cost of living adjustments. Have brought that up to the current eight. Sixty New Jersey transit police say they have responded to a large number of drug overdose cases. This year transit police say they have used the drug Narcan to save the lives of one hundred people who were overdosing on opioid say they've had a ninety nine percent success rate in reviving overdose victims with the Narcan. Yes. It was the flu that made all of those people sick yesterday on an Emirates flight that landed at JFK airport. Sean Adams has that story influenza virus confirmed in ten people from that Emirates flight quarantined at JFK yesterday. They're being tested for other viruses. To they're in stable condition. Acting New York City health Commissioner Dr oak series Barbaro says there were more than five hundred people aboard that flight from Dubai more than one hundred of them complained to feeling ill. The vast majority were cleared of any illness and were allowed to continue on the remaining legs of their trips. Among those still feeling nice rapper vanilla ice. Who watched the emergency response from the second deck of this jumbo jet. I was like oh my gosh. What's going on look at this? And I just put the camera out the window and said look at all this. I've never seen this. Some passengers say it was clear before takeoff. People were not well, coughing hacking phlegm complaining of fever and eventually vomiting to the point where the bathrooms were not usable. The CDC will investigate to see if there's a link here to a flu outbreak in Mecca Saudi Arabia at Jamaica hospital, Sean Adams, WCBS, NewsRadio eight hundred eighty eight to eighteen. WCBS?.
"narcan" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Doing a lot of other, dirty nasty filthy things you shouldn't. Do he's a young guy and hopefully he can learn from this mistake said I. Resign I don't think. So Paris the chief. Did not respond to Bartlett's and last, text message about taking care of one another by the, way Bartlett mentioned, in the texts that he had pulled, every trick to try to keep. Urban shield the tactical police training program Berkeley side a local newspaper reports a few. Days after the tickets He actually voted that program down so far the, city has not taken any action against councilman Bartlett KPI x five reporter Lynn also in Berkeley police will soon carry. Naloxone the drug now used by many law enforcement agencies to treat, opioid overdoses every day more than one hundred people around the country OD and die quoting to the centers for disease, control which have seen the number of fatal overdoses drop in communities where police are equipped with naloxone. Also known as Narcan Berkeley. Police officers are currently being trained on how to use Narcan but there is no, word yet on when the first police officers. Will start to carry it out on, the street San Francisco fire department reporting the cause of a fire broke out yesterday in an apartment building cities outer Richmond area was accidental one person. Was seriously injured when they jumped from the third floor of the building and one animal was. Killed in the fire the fire is in a three story seven unit building in the eight hundred block of. Forty eighth avenue police arrived at the, building before or fire department dead and started rescuing people Fire department after it got there of course continue the rescue five people rescued five others were injured in the blaze ten people displaced they're now being assisted by the Red Cross, and the city employees onto the MoneyWatch now on KCBS by vitucci and associates America's trade war with China has produced. Some unexpected effects here's the latest I'm Geoff Colvin of fortune magazine, with the fortune business update in the escalating trade dispute between China and the US China has imposed tariffs on imported, American soybeans is very bad news for American soybean farmers heading into harvest season because China is their. Number one customer so the. Administration at Washington recently announced four point seven billion dollars in direct payments to American, farmers to help ease the pain but now. The soybean farmers of Illinois are responding, with anger saying quote we need access to markets from trade deals and a stable farm Bill not short-term aid packages producers need trade not aid Aide unquote the national. Association of wheat growers complain that they, are getting much help Washington wants to make farmers happy. But apparently they. Mostly just want the trade war to stop negotiations between the two countries are reportedly going nowhere I'm Jeff Cole and. Now a page from the diary of Flo dear diary the ghost is back this house is protected through progressive but that doesn't mean the haunted how. Else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound, or the.
"narcan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Of hope, crab the Narcan so we run Narcan as of right. Now, we just got word that they are they new in two thousand and doses of narcotics officials. Say there is no danger to. The public more money is needed to maintain improve Pittsburgh stadiums arena and convention center and the, sports and exhibition authority which owns the facilities is asking the regional asset district. Board you chip, in with just over a million dollars a. Year. The SEA says, additional funds are needed. As the venues age but Frank camera at at the Allegheny institute for public policy questions at what point. Tom oh these stadiums and facilities pay for themselves he says money taken from the RAD budget will hurt other assets me why not put it into the Pittsburgh water, and sewer authority and help them with their problems. Lord knows that Hecker regional asset RAD board members. Will. Release a preliminary budget in September The numbers of DUI arrests and DUI related crashes investigated. By Pennsylvania state police are up. Numbers just released were 2017 show nineteen thousand nine hundred sixty three DUI arrests that's an increase. Of one percent from the year before the, number of DUI related crashes is up. Sharply an increase of more than fourteen percent to nearly fifty, two hundred crashes the new secretary of veterans affairs has pledged to the American Legion that he will not privatize, the agency even as it increases options for veterans to seek private-sector treatment Robert Wilkie sworn in. Last month also pledged better customer service as a result of. The VA overhaul, side recently in response to the long waits, for appointments at VA medical centers across the country he told the. Legions one hundredth, annual, convention, in Minneapolis today that the VA owes. Veterans the, same kind of dignity and devotion they gave to America. Wall, Street just before the close Hefferin Tillerson says the Dow is up sixty one points at twenty. Six thousand one twenty-five as deck. Up seventy nine SNP is up sixteen in sports pirates Cardinals play Saint Louis. Again tonight it's four zero three time to visit rivers of steel dot com for more information about Pittsburgh's newest sightseeing cruise of the three rivers AAA traffic and AccuWeather next.
"narcan" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"You know, they're ready there with Narcan if someone overdoses and they don't have any of these in the US whenever they think about putting one in the US the, you know, people throw, you know, throw big fit and they don't have it. But in Vancouver it's interesting because I know that they do offer that. And I think there's there's something to be said about that, but then the vast majority of people using heroin, they're just going to the hotels there and they're not going to these facilities. So how do you get? It's nice that there there is an option, but then the real hardcore us. I mean, they're, they're, they're, they're not going there. Yeah. Well, there are different ways to get people in. You know, sometimes it's this medical assisted treatment like I was talking about where they, they give people the methadone and stuff in ads. Sometimes draws people in. But yeah, you know, sometimes they offer therapy. It's, you know, it's, it's a difficult thing to master, but you know, even getting free needles is, you know, maybe worth that they, you know, I'm not an expert on it, but, but you're right, it's it's a hard problem, right? Because of course you don't wanna live in a world where you try to like condone it or make it seem like that's something that everyone does. Because, again, it is very difficult to get off of the stuff once you're on the stuff and and certainly we don't like to see people suffering. What is that like by the way? Do you have any insight on that? What it's what is withdrawals from heroin. Like what I've heard is that it's like a really bad flu. Basically, you know, it's not like. The end of the world, it's not like what? What's that movie where they tie themselves to the bad in freak out anyway, there that Darren iron off ski movie where requiem virgin requiem for a dream. Yeah, I've got requiem for that movie honestly. Like I know movies, they don't always have the best influence on people, but after I watched that movie, I think that was the one that I said. I don't. I think I'll skip on the heroin because I don't need to be doing crazy, but stuff in front of a bunch of billionaires. I, you know, I think I'm all right. I don't need my arm falling off. Yeah. Yeah, exactly. So I've heard that it's it's like a really bad flu. You know, it's not. It's maybe not the end of the world, but it's just a miserable miserable way to be. And if you can take yourself out of that, you know, why wouldn't you know people say they can't get up to go to the work in the morning. They can't play with their kids. It's. You know, it's just like that. Yeah. Yeah. We're going back to your friend who I'm so sorry that he passed away. We're his. What was his react or what was the reaction when he overdosed in the community? Was the community stunned that it could happen there or you know, I know I have a lot of friends in south Florida or from south Florida and Oxycontin overdoses or so common now it almost become not shocking whatsoever. What was the reaction when your friend passed away where people stunned that it could happen there? Yeah, definitely. People were. This was before the opioid epidemic was even really thing. This was, you know, peers back and so you know, people just in he was so young. It's just like a talking thing when I was coming up, you know, people in die of jug, overdoses so much as they just had really bad experiences. And then they went to rehab or they. You know throwing up and it was awful, but people just like that at a young age, it's just it's really insane suit. We have this guy attorney Torney general Jeff Sessions. Obviously what he's doing right now with, you know, the militarization of ice and all these things that are happening are pretty apparent. He wants to crack down on legal marijuana. Is there anything that the DA is rainy thing that Jeff Sessions is doing right now? That is like mildly proactive or is basically the entire US policy at this point? Just incarceration incarceration with zero rehabilitation. Well, what Jeff Sessions has said is that they're going to crack down on the dealers harder than ever, but they're not back down on the individual users..
"narcan" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"Us. We reached that time again for a famed left, right and center ranch featuring pet peeves from across the political spectrum, which Lowry what's Erkin you. One of the worst aspects or a media culture is people making snap judgments based on fragmentary information. Consider for example, the adult Chicago Cubs fan who has seen on video snapping up a baseball player had tossed in the stands for a little kid. This lead to immediate end a fierce denunciations of this fan on TV on social media. He was well on his way to having his life ruined because of this forty five second video when his fellow fans actually pointed out that actually earlier in the game, he had helped the kid, the same kid get a ball. So the lesson here is one that will no one will ever take, which is that we should all wait a beat or two before making our fierce denunciations una Marie Cox, what's on your mind. Well, I think there's been no official word about what exactly happened to demean Levato this week. She is apparently doing well. But one of the things that's been said that she is that she was very fortunately revived with Narcan by a friend of hers who happened to be carrying it while they were using drugs. Narcan is lock zone. It is the anti overdose drug. It is available over the counter in forty six states and forty states have good Samaritan laws that allow people who revived someone else from an overdose to not be endangered being arrested themselves. So I just like to put out there. If you have someone in your life who uses drugs uses opioids, you should get yourself. Some Narcan a study show that having it around is not intent, does not increase drug use. It just gives people another chance to get sober and I will add that someone I love very much was revived by Narcan more than once. But this last time. Well, he is celebrating six years Soper this month for my rent with all the contra. Versus rounding President Trump his beating with Putin the trade war and his zero tolerance immigration policy. There's a growing number of articles in social media post about people who now say they regret voting for our president. Just this week, the Associated Press published a story about a Kansas City family torn apart by immigration policy. The daughter-in-law of the woman who voted for Trump was deported to Mexico. That woman was quoted as saying, quote, I've been a proud American, but now I'm ashamed ashamed. Nobody wants to hear you regret your vote. I'm proud. US citizen, I voted. There's no time for shame. The next time you walk up to the ballot box. Look left look to your right and think of everybody. You love and then vote. If you do that, it will be no regrets. And if you still sorta kinda feel a certain way, take action, rich Lowry, Ana Marie. Cox, thank you for sharing your work and insight to this. Sarah favored favourties. Today's program, our technical director is j c swan..
"narcan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"She's a pop star you? Know that song They got to. Have a heart attack Okay yeah see I just like her In love if evidence that. They. Got. To. Have. A, heart attack okay anyway Unfortunately she remember has had multiple issues in the. Past, I believe her marijuana use had been pretty well, known another drug use unfortunately though she was. Found unresponsive in her Hollywood hills home Tuesday after an. Apparent. Overdose I think he was, also a Disney star as well And she had to be revived with Narcan. And, then she was rushed by Los Angeles area hospital now TMZ reported that the star refused to tell paramedics drugs may have caused the overdose and was also not. Cooperative, with the MTV's when they arrived at our, home now source told Fox. News that, it's not heroin but that's what initially reported they said there are. No drugs found at the scene and no charges pressed So now some of your life will when was evolved why did. They give her Narcan. And why did, that help so we're going to talk about that in a sec so according to Fox News Ladas ramp said Debbie is, awake and what their family wants expressed thanks to everyone for the love prayers and support something information. Being reported as a correct respectfully asks for privacy and. Not, speculation as our health and recovery is the most important thing right now I agree with that stories go all over it if you notice it's kind of been. Quiet, in the news because I think people have, backed off saying I might. Not have, been heroin but I'm right now being reported this from Fox News This multiple sources also reported the Demis carissa done posted on social media that Demi is. Awake and responsive per. TMZ Levada was, transported just before twelve pm after being treated in Hollywood hills home with our can Narcan is an emergency medication that often, used to revive people in instances of our chronic overdoses And she hasn't. Preparing for a month long string of performances to start Thursday from what, we understand about a week ago she had forgotten the words stirred one of her performances her concert has been canceled And I guess earlier that day she had tweeted about a promotion for her, parents of the, pretext FOX show beaches on Tuesday night now. You guys know what beaches MS Amazon's okay I use Amazon app the phone whenever you're. Hearing a song in an elevator or at a restaurant and you're like I want to know, what the song is you hitch Zam it listens to it, for a few seconds tells you what it is so I guess beaches am is where. You have, a lot of stars start hearing the nodes and they have to beat them on what the song is which I think is kind. Of easy to do because she's Amethi takes, about ten seconds so anyway that. Show had to be, cancelled that she was in The show featured lavar will, be replaced and so she has had issues with substance abuse, in the past and I guess at a new single she had revealed that she had. Relapsed months, after celebrating six years of sobriety inter new song sober She sings that he's not so Bernie Moore and apologize to the ones who. Never left her side That's interesting she's not so I thought silver she is anyway But You, know seem somebody like this as gifted as she is as you, know she was a part of Disney's camp. Rock you, know she has had a career since, childhood? Right she has an amazing. Voice she's twenty five years old right. Now and when you, see unfortunately things like this happen you are. This she was even on Barney and friends as a, kid Yeah Selena Gomez were both on Barney and. Friends I remember that I didn't particularly like Barney and, friends but. Anyway Well that's enough to miss anybody having. Barney and friends really so what's narc him. And this is something that a lot lay people are, unsure about Okay When in, doubt, words, hot Advanced cardiac life support to give, the, Narcan You got. Nothing to lose it shouldn't hurt the person now get I am expecting studies to later. Come out saying don't get people Narcan if. They don't need it but. For now When in doubt if, you see somebody that's lying there that. Seems out, of that because of. The number of of overdoses that we're seeing and, we're seeing huge epidemics of it they said give. The narc Narcan Reverse the opioid overdose it's only temporary and see if they wake up and if somebody. Does wake up, book you just diagnosed and again we're we're we're really cautious telly laid people to do this but already you've been seeing, was that the FDA recommended guys get. The Narcan, stock in your house Pick up Mark, ham please because you may need. To reverse an overdose with family member and do it immediately while you're waiting for paramedics to come So She does deserve privacy at this time just because somebody was given our candidate was, reversed doesn't necessarily mean it was. Heroin I, mean that was a, big huge rumor that got out there and. Fast but, unfortunately when it comes to celebrities, here they are guilty until proven, innocent you, know she's trying to fight for her. Life she's in a hospital trying to deal with what she's dealing. With and Yeah everybody's talking about her doing. Drugs etc but very interesting reports are saying that she was not very cooperative what's EMT's, and you know one thing we. Talked about, when they were discussing, police officers carry Narcan or paramedics carry Narcan. Or or, administering it is a lot of, people get mad when you mess, with their, high these are very expensive and so. You give the overdose antidote medication and the people.
"narcan" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Fires were watching them for. You continuously And this Demi Levato, situation has pleasantly it seemed kind of, right itself the, headlines of, her overdose, really panicked everybody I mean regardless. Of whether you're not you're a fan you hate to see a young person young creative talent Involved. In such a dire circumstance but. She had a strong suspicion apparently this is. Going to, happen because even as she went on this, bench they keep that Narcan Narcan the, stuff that is Will you take it undoes the, narcotic affects all of these things that you are Binging or enough of them to bring you back they. Cut that narc can on hand for just a situation they were prepared for this So This Well as you, know this, follows we'll hear somebody on a. Second this policy situation which Demi Levato was in essence a recovering. Addict I, mean she talked a lot about the fact that she was no longer addicted to substances and that she had righted her. Life and she even talked about the fact that one of the reasons that she was sober and was able to maintain their sobriety was because she was show concern with being a role model to other. People and then of course she she backslid and it does. Happen but fortunately she's ok. Singer Demi Levato sources telling ABC news Narcan was used to treat her for a suspected overdose right before she was rushed to the. Hospital it comes as new video from a concert just days before also shows her appearing a. Struggle here's, ABC's Linsey. Davis Demi Levato is reportedly in stable condition tonight recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after a suspected drug overdose sources. Tell ABC news the medication Narcan was used on the scene to treat the twenty five year old found unresponsive in her home Tuesday morning and again the information that we're getting is associated with the fact. That when they say that the Narcan was used on the. Scene it was on the. Scene they had it and when I say they I'm talking about her friends that day carried Narcan that even as they're binging they're. Aware of the danger show that one of them or a couple of them have the Narcan. On hand us eleven Narcan or no lock zone can, work within minutes to reverse the effects of. An opioid overdose if it's, administered quickly enough it's not known just.
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"All we know is that we're thinking of her and the whole world is really praying for her. It's just so sad because I feel like because she's been so. Reading the comments all the time you want. I'm sorry, I'm because YouTube comments disappear. They wanna see what people are saying. What are people saying? You need to check up the squeezy girl on squeegee girl, Instagram. She had a glow up since the show. Her name is Jim. She was beautiful. Even with people, listening saucy would be the best which really would if she was in New York, I would pay her a thousand dollars from the company. It not my personal. Sorry, just want to say. Someone heard that it was opiates. Okay. That Demi overdose on. We left his coming while becoming sober because you haven't had any drugs in a long time. A little amount of drugs can affect you way more than normally would. Yeah, Narcan can work on on any opioid Narcan works Oxy to. Okay. So it could have been. It could have been a lot of different things. It's just really sad. And I mean, she's just so open about it that I feel like we're all on this journey with her. You know, as if all this time. She never put on that song sober where she told us that she wasn't so burning morning. She was pretending to still be sober. And then this happened, I think it would. It would be even more shocking. But like when you watch your documentary and like she talks about how every single day she has to keep yourself busy eating, nothing about like drugs or food or all these other things that she addiction with like, that's so tiring. That's what she's like. I literally workout at you martial arts for six hours a day, but like so when I heard this, the the news obviously really sad about it, but like what may meet and more sad is like the level of celebrities that just like tweeted about it and like just like wishing her, well, it really made me realise how like she released a good person and like sheet doesn't really have beef with anyone like we heard that you're like a falling out with Nick Jonas, but like not like stupid piva, Kim tweeted about her, like literally everyone I feel like except she does have beef with Selena, but like I understand she's with Taylor swift to. She threw Selena like her can't be friends anymore for obvious reasons. She's living like this sober life and Selena is just not. I totally understand, but it was just really impressive. How many people were just. Like sending her positive thoughts and then interesting that she really is like a not now, obviously, but she's like a good role model for kids in like she still is a good role model because like she's at least honest about all of this. Like some people just overdose. People in Hollywood, do drugs are addicted to drugs and then step out on the red carpet. Pretend to be like a teen idol, and she is just real with people and like, I think she helps a lot of people feel like they can relate to her like talk about their diction. Yeah, no, really have so much respect for her and her documentary was amazing. I just wish she saying it a little bit more when when she said that thing little after wake up every day and just try not to think about all the things I did you, it was just like, so sure they like after six years of being sober, that's tiring. Yeah. So it's like it's really sad and like I just couldn't believe how many celebrities every single person on my timeline? Yeah, Kim. Well there because Jimmy has always come to about him..
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"Cut with the heroin and that has caused many overdoses actually we do have an individual that works for the missouri recovery network and he was brought back three or four times from narcan from an overdose and and we do provide nor can across the state for individuals for family members for recovery community centers so that if someone does overdose that they can be brought back and they are able to get their life back in order let's talk about some of the perceptions and attitudes people have when it comes to addiction you've probably heard it i've heard a lot of people saying listen if alcohol was screwing up your life or you know this drug is screwing of july value what's in your life more than the alcohol knock it off you're responsible for your own behavior there anything wrong with that that it's a chronic illness it's just like any other illness diabetes you know people that have diabetes you tell them to stop eating cupcakes and cookies and they continue to eat those and the thing with addiction is it is an illness it's a chronic illness if you continue that it will impair you and it could kill you and we need to look at this disease like any other illness like cancer diabetes hypertension that it needs to be treated like a chronic illness and needs to be treated with compassion and now they're treating it with medication there several medications that can help decrease the cravings in the brain which is which is it's very helpful and they're talking about education i now when someone comes in they're giving a medication before they start treatment so that.
"narcan" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Some sometimes it's the same persons house two or three times a week over dosing from heroin or opiates or whatever okay so they're all carrying narcan with them now it's getting to the point that we have such a population hooked on opiates that now they're going to sell them at wall at what at walgreens i swear you're the pharmacy walgreens just one you're my house in all eight thousand source across america they are now going to be selling the narcan nasal spray everywhere not for a prescription no no this is you know in the aisle not over the counter normal no no you just you know looks i'll tell you what the right uh jamie downstairs were shooting up with jamie uh you know i got a little bit of a scare yesterday when jamie started yelling and screaming and i went down my saw jimmy what is eyeballs in the back of his head and that the fomc coming out of his mouth and i i i thought he was going to bite the bus that but bite the dust on back one so here's what we're gonna do let's go to walgreens sky got a bit of a headache so let's get some tylenol all right for the headache and you know maybe i don't know maybe get a quarter milk and let's get some narcan for little jimmy so the next time he and journey shoot up in the basement just in case they this overdosing i can just just snorted up his nose then don't bother calling the police they're now selling it in the highlevel at walgreens now you tell me are we serious or are we not serious because you know what they're going to start doing now purchase by the frequent hurricane and then say okay keep shooting up and if if you see me going down if that does the white foam starts leaking out of my mouth right dribbling out of my mouth just give it to me up my nose.
"narcan" Discussed on Here & Now
"In and of course we should remember that because it's not in a drought we had the daily news of rain so that means there's a lot of vegetation that has grown on top of dry land when when land is dry the water comes off a kind of runs down down creek so we have this this problem of a lot of fuel on dry land in some areas terrible janssen of here narcan contributor kqed there in san francisco john thank you thank you robyn a federal appeals court recently blocked the environmental protection agency from suspending an obama era limit on methane emissions from new oil and gas wells the ruling made last week was a blow to epa administrator scott pruitt who has made it his mission to undo many epa regulations and for the most part he's been successful pruitt is rapidly realizing much of president trump's environmental agenda having already delayed or reversed dozens of initiatives from water pollution protections to action on climate change we're going to take a look now at pruitt's track record so far after nearly five months on the job and to help us do that we're joined by emily holden reporter for energy and environment publishing either emily high thank you for having me i will tell us about this latest court ruling on methane what exactly did it do well essentially when administrator pruitt came and he moved to issue a ninety day stay for oil and gas companies to comply with an obama era a limit on methane emissions and the court decided that that is actually not within the authority of of epa to do under the clean air act and is it is it a significant setback to.
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"This product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease it would be nice if it was true but the pentagon cannot verify a claim made by russia usa's chris barnes reports russia says it launched an airstrike and a high level isis meeting in syria last month attended by over three hundred leaders and fighters of isis and it believes leader abu bakar alba daddy maybe among those the us military officials say however that you've seen no evidence to back up that claim i'm chris barnes governor andrew cuomo is slamming amtrak this afternoon as he demands the mta with old rent after pence stations repeated breakdowns eat than harp report you think you offer gonna pay of rehn founder crack in not using cuomo thanks amtrak already has the money to cover the massive summer track repairs that will deliver a body blow to ally wor amtrak and nj transit commuters he says the empire state is already doing its part to soften the impact by speeding up work on things like cashless bridge tolls i have before those who recording for our and then you your further the vote the ferry for the extraordinary koa because vf corporation of this for that narcan half amtrak ceo warrants holding back rent money will we make the repairs take longer ethan harm you're the mega fight between floyd mayweather and conor mcgregor her is officially on for august twenty six in las vegas this is usa radio news and i'm rod william stole if you're suffering from hearing.
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"30s ever dented by the pedestrian newest fatally struck by a tractor trailer and low on wednesday as sixty seven year old carleen foster of low the accident took place at the intersection of bridge in french to reach the investigation into the accident remains open and no charges have been filed at this time a program proposed in the city's fiscal year twenty eighteen budget would change how boston responds to opioid emergencies wbz karen regal with that the plan as outlined in the city's fyi twenty eighteen proposed budget and it will create a pilot program called community assistance teams they use a marquee issue be with oxygen defibrillators and first aid kits including narcan boston mayor marty walsh says the goal is to free up emergency personnel dealing with the issue of opioids a little differently than you would say a heart attack what happens in a lot of cases that you will get a lot of calls to certain areas of the city might be apart with his high use of drugs or million a chasm and mass avenue the area was a lotta calls and instead of having four or five ambled show up to a situation that not needed we can withstand medical personnel to assess the pilot program would be funded for a year with the mayor in boston karen regal wbz news radio ten thirty rick dudley said he was never afraid of dogs but he is now and massachusetts appeals court says doug can sued the state police even though the government normally has immunity in 2011 dudley was attacked by a state police dog the animal was supposed to be pursuing another man following a car chase but many after deadly by mistake that my stomach twice their office oh at that time was tell me to get back my truck walk the noise i got halfway through the truck the dog bit me on my leg dudley suffered to puncture wounds to his stomach and a large bite wound on his leg he says the incident still leaves him on edge and he is still in counseling for it that lee's first lawsuit was thrown out but the appeals court says he has the right to sue the court said the state police lost immunity because one of its troopers caused the harmful condition that resulted in injury to the plaintiff dozens.