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Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka

America First with Sebastian Gorka

01:33 min | 36 min ago

Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka

"Silicon Valley or Riley's back. This is Bill O'Reilly and you will hear the O'Reilly update tomorrow morning A 10 11 and 12 Noon on 8 60. Am the answer. Where we're certainly gonna have a trial. I wish that weren't necessary. But the president's conduct with regards to the call the secretary of State Rapids Burger in Georgia, a swell asses the inside station towards the insurrection. That led to the attack on the Capitol calls for a trial and you know, if we're gonna have unity in our country, I think it's important to recognize the need for accountability for truth and justice. Accountability, Truth and Justice Mittens mitt from the pier delicto, saying We'll only have unity. If we prosecute a man who got 74 million votes. What a pathetic little man you are. Oh, by the way, didn't you volunteer to serve in the Trump cabinet? I understand for those of you who Ride. He texted us on our patron mobile text line. Yeah, You didn't miss hear it. Let me just repeat. Dr Fauci Burns. I got it wrong. So it Mayor Cooper. I got it wrong by $4000. It doesn't hurt 413. He turned 417. $1000.608 in a year. Okay, as let's get it right director of the National Institute for Health, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the last 10 years, he has earned $3.6 million. Which means right now he and $17,000 a year more than the president of the United States, We are back with none other than the form returning to the president, Former senior legal adviser to the trump campaign Jenna Alice, follow her on Twitter. Jenna Ellis sq prescribed and also on Instagram. We're talking the break Jenna about the Supreme Court. Perhaps one of the most disturbing things of the last few months, and you were right there fighting the good fight when it came to an election integrity is it looks like the conservative majority in the Supreme Court just went up in a puff of smoke. With this idea that we don't get involved in political discussions or political questions. Well, what else? What is the Supreme Court? Good for them? Well, you know, there is the actual political question Doctor in which is to say that you can't arbitrate policy disputes that don't have a sound constitutional basis. So how I always taught my students was, if you're dealing with a question of is something constitutional. What That means is Does the Constitution allow This particular agent of government or agency of government to do that action, can they? Not should they should is the policy questions The Supreme Court does not deal with should they deal with can, But this is a question when we're dealing with impeachment, For example, this is a question of can. This is this is a question if they were doing their job If they were truly not trying to be political, then they absolutely would have better president and they would receive, for example, a motion to dismiss and say, We have to interpret Article one of the Constitution and we have to make sure to put down good precedent for every future president, regardless of policy that this can't be for the purpose of politics, and we're going to interpret that provision in terms of the actual constitutionality, because what we're talking about right now joining his revenge. This is Of course. Yeah, it's his petty political theater. Yeah, And this is an attempt to make sure that a man who got the most Let's just remind everybody. The man who got more votes than any president in American history doesn't run again in four years. Yeah, and that's absolutely not the purpose of impeachment and van is misusing and abusing. The power that the Constitution vest, the House of representatives, and they're wielding it against a Napo nin of a separate political party, and that is not at all what we the people have elected them to do and let's remember. They're not entitled None of those Democrats, but nobody injured. I mean, Mitt Romney, but nobody of any political party is entitled to power in the United States of America. That is why we the people have a government that is supposed to be of the people by the people for the people. Absolutely. Jenna. Let me ask you the last few seconds we have you came on this show. You've been a star. The president hired you. You were a rock star on the team with Rudy and everybody else. Joe and our friend Boris and Victoria. If you had the president's ear if he should be listening right now, from Mar a Lago, What is What do you recommend? Is the best way to proceed? Is it toe? Take it to the Supreme Court. What? What is your constitutional advice? Well, I think that he has a great opportunity to provide that precedent and lay out the path Women just like what we did for election integrity with the lawsuits and with, for example, what Ken Paxton and the others did in Texas. That was a great opportunity that didn't fail because of the merit of the claim. It failed because of the Supreme Court, and there Unwillingness to follow their article Three authority right, So the president has an opportunity to file that type of the case and to proceed in a manner that would lay a great precedent for future presidents so that there can't be politically motivated Impeachments. Incredible. God bless you. Thank you for everything you've done in the last three months. We've been talking to Jenna Alice. Follow her right now. On Twitter Generalist sq. Also on Instagram. I'm Sebastian Gorka Haven't even mentioned the phone number of the core body is melting with your goals. If anybody drops.

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The face mask that could end the pandemic

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

The face mask that could end the pandemic

"What if there were a face mask that when exposed to cove, it would change color. Well, there's about to be as we hear from KCBS reporter Jim Taylor. Researchers at U. C. San Diego awarded a $1.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop this face mask with a sensor. We have a prototype of the actual sticker that would go on the mask and do the color change. So most of the fluid IX have been worked out. Jesse Jokers professor of Nano engineering, he says. This sensor will work on any kind of face mask as you breathe through this device. It's over the course of the day it would accumulate biomarkers of covert 19. And then you would release some liquids that cup change colors if you've been exposed, so it's simple. It's affordable, and it's on the market by this summer,

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Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:11 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"With the top local stories we're following this hour and early morning shooting at a market in D. C has left a person dead and police are trying to find the shooters. Shots were fired inside in outside a market in the 1400 block of good Hope Road at around 9 A.m.. Two people were found shot at the scene. D C. Police chief Robert Conte says three others who had been shot showed up a nearby hospitals. One of the victims died from their injuries. It's still unclear who was the intended target. Conte says. There were at least four suspects right now it appears more than one of them opened fire before getting away in a white two door Honda Accord heading south bound Anyone with information should contact D C. Police. Melissa how w. Japanese. Now to the pandemic. Prince George's County has canceled all vaccines for people outside the county and is apologizing to residents. Those who don't live or work in the area were previously able to make appointments to get Corona virus vaccines and Prince George's County but not anymore. County health office there, Dr Ernest Carter said. They have now canceled all of those appointments going forward unless they were four second dose is you have to do it this way to ensure that our Prince George's county residents get vaccinated. The county previously said they would honor appointments for anyone, regardless of where they lived before February 9th. But because of availability that's now changed. Those who didn't live locally were able to register because the county was using a state website. That didn't scream my jurisdiction. County executive Angela also broke. I have heard loudly and clearly we share those concerns. And so I apologize. Valerie bonked w T. O P news, miss. Also, Brooks also announced this morning Indoor dining will resume in the county at 25% capacity this Friday. Meantime, DC's mayor has just gotten her Corona virus vaccine. That is it that it? Yes. You are vaccinated. Thank you. That's a battle, not I told you, Mayor Bowser says 14,000 more vaccines expected in the district this week. 8700 Fizer shots and 5600 Madonna shots. Meantime, D C. Public school teachers will start getting the vaccine today, a week before thousands of students return for in person learning. Teachers and support staff in D. C public schools who are already reporting in person or who will return the classroom's next week. We'll get those vaccines first. The school system is partnering with Children's National Hospital to give the shots at Dunbar High School, public school teachers and staff not eligible to participate during this phase. Be vaccinated. Starting February. 1st 79 of the county is part of the city's public schools are offering in person instruction to about 1000 students. Now almost 4000 more students playing to return to the classroom February 1st as more Americans get their Corona virus vaccine there wanting to know what if there's a longer than recommended wait time between that first shot and the second required shot. Are they still protected? Protection after one dose is not optimal, But there is some, to be sure, Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the clinical trial Where the data guides us tells us that to be optimally protected with the M R in a vaccines. You need two doses. He says. A concerned with not getting shot number two. We don't know. What the durability of the protection is like What happened if you didn't get the second dose? But he says, if there is a delay longer than 21 days between shot one and shot, too, it's better to get that second shot later than not at all. Mike Murillo w T o p News I'm sorry, John. Go ahead. We got traffic and weather coming up next and then. Policing through change, and anti police climate has some turning to fire fighting or retiring early Onigen Cloherty. Well, those seven did you know that Cove in 19 survivors.

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Study: Higher doses of blood thinner helps some

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Study: Higher doses of blood thinner helps some

"New research finds the giving Kobe patients full doses of blood thinners may help keep them offer breathing machines and other support measures almost every patient who needs to be hospitalized for COPD nineteen is given a low dose of a blood thinner like heparin to try to prevent dangerous blood clots from forming that early results from three large international coronavirus studies finds that it's full doses of blood thinners that are needed and that the low doses don't help and could actually harm patients who are more seriously ill the findings haven't yet been published by the national institutes of health released the results now to try to help doctors decide appropriate care for Kobe nineteen patients Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on The Mock 'N Rob Show

The Mock 'N Rob Show

00:37 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on The Mock 'N Rob Show

"You are back with Mark and Rob Dr Deborah Burkes, famous for her scarves. She showed up on face the nation for an in depth interview. Yeah, Deb is Trump called her good old Deb, and she had a lot of things to say. But there is one thing in particular is is getting a lot of attention. And that is is that she claims that even though she presented Donald Trump with Charts and graphs and data that what he presented to the public was something entirely different. Take a listen Do you think President Trump appreciated the gravity of the health crisis you were describing I think the president appreciated the gravity in March. It took a while after I robbed in the White House to remove all of the answering Larry Data that was coming in. I mean, there was parallel data stream coming into the White House. That we're not transparently utilized and I needed to stop that were fuming outside advisers. Outside advisers coming to inside advisors and to this day I mean, till the day I left, I am pop. I'm convinced there were parallel data streets because I disinformation. I saw the president presenting graphs that I never made. So I know that someone or someone out there or someone inside was creating a parallel set of data and graphics that were shown to the president. I don't know to this day who But I know what I sent up and I know that what was in his hands was different from that. So you know, most of this interview was to rip on her time there and to rip on Trump, essentially. But what ended up happening is that a whole bunch of people on social media were like, Why are you only saying this now? And so she is getting killed by people who would otherwise ostensibly be supporters of hers. Fans of hers are now like, how dare you keep this information to yourself, Right? Right. And we see this. Oh, this all the time They couple points are only one of self absorption of someone that thinks anything other than what I clarified. Is wrong. Okay, Let's talk about that. But to Yes, you have two options and government. You aren't there by force. You're there by choice, And if you don't like it leave, it's why I left. I did everything I could for a year and I was so frustrated because I saw this is state government now, but I saw them do everything they could to keep the hamster on the wheel and not make it better. At some point you said I could sit here and be miserable. Or if you're that offended. Leave. These people do this all the time. Where they sit there silently while they're in power. Will they have the perks while they have the Bennies and do nothing? Not only do they not only do they not they don't even try to make any changes, like if something so egregious that public health is in jeopardy. Then you clearly just have no moral backbone. Now that's not what happened. She's a liar. And I'm so sick of seeing these people all the time in government. Who once they're out all this was awful, and that was often I tried so hard. What self absorption. It was unbelievable. And it's so funny because a lot of the articles that are kind of trying to defend her and further rip on Trump are saying, you know, there were parallel data streams of like that Dr Scott Atlas, who was insisting that there's this fantasy herd immunity that we can reach and then wouldn't you know it today we've got Johns Hopkins doctors saying, Hey, I think we might be getting close to that herd immunity. Well, the reason there's different data streams like our biologist correspondent who worked for the National Institute of Institute of Health has told us numerous times. He still don't know so naturally, if they don't know, and they study these people every day. You're going to be getting conflicting information and for this woman to act like because something she didn't approve was rolled. But it's It's all over. The federal government is infested with people like this. The state government is infested with people like this who think they're the smartest person in any room, and any person who goes against them has committed treason against the country. It's it's insane, and I'm actually glad that she's getting the backlash. Um Does anybody.

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Fauci on WHO, COVID-19 variants, vaccines and more

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Fauci on WHO, COVID-19 variants, vaccines and more

"Of the Cove in 19 virus or drawing the attention of health leaders here in the U. S and Dr Anthony Fauci of NIH, telling W. O P one particular mutation is concerning because current vaccines and treatments don't seem this End up well against a mutation of the virus being seen in South Africa appears to be more troublesome than others out. There really knocks out the effect of certain of the monoclonal antibodies, but it also diminishes significantly the efficacy of the vaccine. Dr. Anthony Fauci, who heads up the National Institute of Allergy Infectious Diseases, says the mutation doesn't make the vaccines. We have useless, but we need to be ready to we don't have to do it now. Modify if necessary. The vaccine is also watching the strain in Brazil and also the one that's now dominant in the U. K. He says. This all drives home the need for people to get vaccinated here in the U. S. You don't want to see Virus take over in this country, then suppress all the virus that's here.

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Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"In Manassas. What you got 33 in Manassas. Let's see. What can I get a guy 32 in Leesburg Got 32 in Gaithersburg around. 36 Washington. Have a great night. Yeah, I'll see your 30 to Washington and 36 in Metro Center 11 11 onto B T O p A team was shot in Maryland yesterday. Tonight. Police say they want to know how he died. The 17 year old boy was found just outside Prince George's County along route 50. He was taken to a nearby hospital around four in the afternoon. He later died from his gunshot wound. Police say they believe he was shot somewhere else before he was found, But they haven't been able to track down the crime scene or a suspect. The incident is now being investigated as a homicide. Anyone with information should contact Prince George's County Police. Melissa how w. T O P news. We're now seeing several mutations of the Corona virus pop up around the world, Dr Anthony Fauci, raising red flags about one of South Africa's concern is some of the monoclonal antibody treatments used to year as well as the vaccines don't appear to be as effective in fighting that covert variant, not enough. To make them off the chart where you don't use them anymore, but enough to make us say, you really got to keep your eye out on. Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says while it is not needed now, we should be ready to modify the vaccines if necessary, and the variant also shows the need to stop the virus from replicating here in the U. S. By vaccinating people, then you prevent it. From mutating. He's also concerned about the strange scene in Brazil is for the one from the U. K. He says. It seems that the vaccines are effective against it. Mike Murillo, w T. O P News and you can see the full interview with Dr Fauci. A w t o p dot com including why he thinks we need to do better and getting shots in the arms of Americans..

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Inauguration 2021 on High Alert: Tight security around D.C.

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 6 d ago

Inauguration 2021 on High Alert: Tight security around D.C.

"The U. S, according to Johns Hopkins University. Deaths and infections continue to rise. Vaccines are beginning to be distributed, but only about 11. Million people in the U. S have gotten shots so far. The director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr Francis Collins, says the number of vaccinations is speeding up, but he wants to see the number of vaccination sites expanded. I think the time now is coming for this to be more coordinated across the country and certainly beginning to get vaccination programs in large settings like stadiums and certainly in pharmacies, as opposed to having them on Lian specialized places like hospitals for healthcare providers. That's where we need to go. He spoke to NPR's all things

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Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "national institute" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"His gunshot wound. Police say they believe he was shot somewhere else before he was found. But they haven't been able to track down the crime scene or a suspect. The incident is now being investigated as a homicide. Anyone with information should contact Prince George's County police. Melissa How wt opinion. We're seeing several mutations of the Corona virus pop up around the world. One in South Africa, according to Dr Anthony Fauci is raising red flags for experts here in the United States is concerned is some of the monoclonal antibody treatments used here is well as the vaccines don't appear to be as effective in fighting that covert variant, not enough. To make them off the chart where you don't use them anymore, but enough to make us say, you really got to keep your eye out on. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says while it is not needed now, we should be ready to modify the vaccines if necessary. And the variant also shows the need to stop the virus from replicating here in the U. S. By vaccinating people, can you prevent it? From mutating. He's also concerned about the strange scene in Brazil is for the one from the U. K. He says. It seems that the vaccines are effective against it. Mike Murillo w T O P News We invite you to visit w t o p dot com to see the full interview with Dr Fauci. Which includes why he thinks we need to do better getting vaccines into the arms of Americans. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is urging all school district's to begin preparing for a return to hybrid learning by March, 1st. He says virtual learning has disproportionately impacted low income students and students off color. The governor's suggested he would look into the possibility of pay freezes for teachers who refuse to reopen schools. Reactions are mixed. Leaders of the Maryland General Assembly is House Minority Caucus delegates. Nicholas Kicky and Kathy Chalet. Gah applauded Governor Larry Hogan's announcement that he and the state superintendent Karen Salmon, want schools to reopen by March at Maryland's House Majority leader, delegate Eric Looky, a teacher from Montgomery County. Said the governor's approach suggesting he'd use whatever legal leverage he could to have schools reopen isn't leadership but bullying. Prince George's County school CEO, Dr Monica Goldson issued statements saying she appreciated the patient's inflexibility of families and staff. And that their health and safety remained her highest priority. Kate Ryan w T. O P News cervical cancer used to be the leading cause of cancer, Death for women in the United States. But screenings and a vaccine have really helped vaccine to protect against HPV human papilloma virus infection now is recommended for everyone 9 to 45 years old, and we know that the benefits extend beyond on Lee cervical.

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Biden announces new science team, elevates office to Cabinet

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | Last week

Biden announces new science team, elevates office to Cabinet

"Elect says science will always be at the forefront of his administration. And so he is elevating the post of science advisor to Cabinet level. Eric Lander, a pioneer and mapping the human genome is in line to direct the Office of Science and Technology Policy and service Science Advisor. Biden's also retaining Dr Francis Collins is director of the National Institutes of Health. And he's naming two prominent female scientists to co chair the President's Council of Advisers on Science and Technology. Caltex Frances Arnold, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize in chemistry. And M I. T vice President for research Maria Zuber. Biden says the team will ensure everything his administration does is grounded in science, fax and the truth.

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Biden: Science will be at `forefront' of his administration

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Biden: Science will be at `forefront' of his administration

"President elect Joe Biden says signs will always be at the forefront of his administration so he's elevating the post of science adviser to cabinet level Eric lander a pioneer in mapping the human genome is in line to direct the office of science and technology policy and service science adviser he would be the first to life scientists to hold the job Biden's also retaining Dr Francis Collins is director of the national institutes of health and he's naming two prominent female scientists to co chair the president's council of advisors on science and technology Caltex Francis Arnold who won the two thousand eighteen Nobel Prize in chemistry and M. I. T. vice president for research Maria's stupor Biden says the team will ensure everything his administration does is grounded in science facts and the truth Ben Thomas Washington

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Study identifies first potential treatment for meth addiction

All Things Considered

03:28 min | Last week

Study identifies first potential treatment for meth addiction

"Has come roaring back, and during the pandemic, it has grown even worse. Deaths from meth overdoses surged by roughly a third last year, but there is some good news for the first time, Researchers say they have found a medical treatment that helps some people trying to recover from meth addiction. The study was published today in the New England Journal of Medicine. NPR addiction correspondent Brian Mann reports Jessica Martinez started using meth when she earned money as a sex worker paying her way through college. Her life quickly unraveled. Oh, I was shooting up every day. Sometimes 2 to 3 times a day mess is incredibly toxic and incredibly addictive. Martinez, who works now helping others with meth addiction, says when she started her recovery two years ago, it was brutally hard, in part because there was no medical treatments to help with cravings and withdrawal for heroin users. There's nothing down there, Suboxone I just wonder why we haven't researched this drug yet, but research has been happening at clinics around the country. Doctors working with the National Institute of Drug Abuse found a combination of two drugs now tracks own and bupropion helped many of their patients avoid relapse. Peace progress on it's quite significant. Dr Nora Volkow Biz, the institute's director. She says the clinical trial found roughly one in nine patients who used these two drugs in combination saw significant improvement. That may not sound like a home run. But she says, for medications, treating mental health or addiction, that's a strong result. Well, cops says it appears the drugs work together to ease depression and cravings. I mean, we have started to help them that way. This is done. We'll leave them to achieve recovery again. Many patients weren't helped by this treatment, but because these two drugs are widely available for treating other medical conditions, Volkov expects doctors to begin trying the method even before it wins approval from the Food and Drug Administration. Right now, I'm in the moment that the paper is published. Doctors are going to be reading about it than may prescribed the medications off label to their patients. Dr. Laura Raise a psychologist researching medical treatments for meth addiction at U. C. L. A She says. Today's study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, changes the landscape of meth treatment. So far, we have come up empty. So I believe that this finding this clinical trial really is a breakthrough in many ways, because there have been many, many failed trials. This new treatment arrives at a moment when meth overdoses are killing four times more Americans every year. Compared with the decade ago. Matthew Donahue with the Drug Enforcement Administration says the trend is fueled by a pipeline of cheap meth smuggled from Mexico. It's almost like methamphetamines form the sky right now. With the amount that's coming through the borders through boats on planes, Donahue says methods everywhere from the deep south to the Pacific Northwest. He thinks the lack of medical therapies has complicated efforts to curb demand. There's one more reason new treatment approaches to help people quit meth are desperately needed more methods being laced with another deadly drug, the synthetic opioid fentanyl. Last year in the U. S. Meth and Fentanyl together pushed overdose deaths to roughly 82,000 grim new record. Brian Mann NPR news

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Biden plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses immediately

Up First

02:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses immediately

"Rollout of the coronavirus vaccines in this country has been slow and chaotic. But there are a number of steps the us government could take to accelerate the vaccination campaign and slow the spread of the coronavirus yesterday. The biden transition team announced to plant. Try to do just that in a week. In which for the first time more than four thousand covid nineteen deaths were recorded on just a single day in the united states. Vaccines just can't come soon enough. Npr selena simmons. Duffin has more on this selena. Thanks for being with us. Hi good morning. Oh what did the biden people announce. Okay so you know. How both the pfizer and madonna. Vaccines require two shots. Well operation warp speed. Which is the federal effort. Managing vaccine distribution has been holding back millions of second doses and not sending them out to the field yesterday. President-elect biden's incoming press secretary. Jen psaki said they plan to change. Course the president-elect supports distributing most. But not all of the currently reserved doses and we'll take action to make that change when he takes office. She said this will allow more people to get those first doses and that biden would use the defense production act if needed to ensure manufacturers can keep up making second doses on time. How does this different from the one dose idea that Was getting talked about this week. And the fbi. Fda warned against it. Didn't they right so this is not the same thing. They're a biden. Team is not suggesting that you can just forget about the second dose and dr anthony. Fauci of the national institutes of health emphasized that point to npr. Yesterday he is of course a member of president. Trump's covid nineteen task force and he's been advising the incoming administration not talking about withholding and not giving the second does they are completely committed to giving the second dose on time they feel that the importance of getting as many people as possible is worth the risk. Hopefully the companies will get the doses back there in time angelina. What's been the reaction to this idea. Well public health officials and experts at. Npr talked to yesterday by and large said that this is a good move. It is a bit of a gamble. One official. i talked to aggressive. And here's claire. Hannan who runs the association for immunization managers and those are the people in charge of each state's vaccination plans. I think it's probably a good thing to get more doses flowing. She says with so many people dying every day. This may be better than keeping vaccine in a freezer somewhere. Of course there are problems that more doses won't solve like finding willing people to get shots because the vaccine hesitancy and just general disorganization and chaos. That we've heard about in different

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COVID-19 Cases Worldwide Surge After Holiday Lull

Yahoo Finance Daily

01:20 min | 2 weeks ago

COVID-19 Cases Worldwide Surge After Holiday Lull

"Picked backup is cases resurged. After a holiday lull the average daily new cases were reported across the country over the past seven days totaled more than two hundred and ten thousand according to data from the new york times bringing the total number of infections in the us to nearly twenty one million the rollout of the covid nineteen vaccine has so far only trudged along though fifteen point four million doses of the vaccine had been delivered to states. As of monday morning just over four point five million initial doses had been administered. Still dr anthony. Fauci director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases suggested the us would be able to ramp vaccinations to one million per day in the next few months in the uk. Prime minister boris. Johnson ordered the whole country to return to a third lockdown through at least mid february in an attempt to bring the unbridled spread of covid nineteen as well as the new variant under control. The new variant of the corona virus originally found in the uk was also identified for the first time in new york governor. Andrew cuomo confirmed monday with the state joining california colorado and florida in having a confirmed case of the more contagious version of the virus for more live coverage of

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2021 Stock Market Trends Will Be Widely Dependent on COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Yahoo Finance Daily

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

2021 Stock Market Trends Will Be Widely Dependent on COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

"Traders are heading into the new year with a vaccine rollout underway and more stimulus recently passed offering hopes of a stronger recovery. Once inoculations allowed the restrictions that have swept the country for months to ease still hurdles exists to the outlook and one of the biggest deciding factors in economic growth and rebound in profitability for many corporations will be the success of vaccine distribution as covid. Nineteen cases continued to spike. Many strategists. have said the big question for the global economy over the years ahead will be. How quickly populations are vaccinated particularly among vulnerable groups like the elderly and those with underlying health conditions who make up the majority of hospitalizations deutsche bank economists including henry allen wrote in a note if the most affected groups can be vaccinated quickly that could pave the way for a gradual easing restrictions and a return to something closer to normality to be closely watching any issues with covid nineteen or the vaccine rolled out not least given the new variants that have been found in the uk and south africa. Which more rapidly and have been found in increasing numbers of countries. They added as of monday morning. The first doses of a covid nineteen vaccine had been given to more than four point. Five million people in the us comprising over one percent of the nation's population. However dr anthony fauci director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases said president elect joe biden's goal of ramping up distribution to vaccinate one hundred million people in his first one hundred days was a realistic goal. According to an interview with abc on sunday

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One Page At A Time, Jess Wade Is Changing Wikipedia

Short Wave

09:46 min | 2 weeks ago

One Page At A Time, Jess Wade Is Changing Wikipedia

"So today. We're speaking with just weighed in experimental. Physicists at college. London and every night for the past three years just has written a wikipedia entry about a woman or poc scientists. And if this sounds like a big commitment that's because it is. But what motivates. Just keep with. It is the possibility of using wikipedia to combat the bias. In science. We see it in who gets through peer review. We see it in who gets big papers. Cited we see who gets big grants. We see it and who wins awards. And that means that the people that we celebrate and champion incredibly homogeneous and when wikipedia launched the internet was a very small space and it was very dominated by particular types of people. This kind of you know. Tech bro attitude that we still see in silicon valley and places like that majority white majority western a lot from north america some from western europe and those were the first people to start using it engaging in contributing to wikipedia backed according to a twenty twenty study. Eighty seven percents of wikipedia. Contributors are men with media includes wikipedia wick wicky quote a bunch of other platforms and for just this bias in. Authorship creates a bias in who gets a biography so this huge systematic bias against women against people of color against people from the global south against people who are from any kind of particular marginalized group. So it's kind of two things when we have a very diverse editorship and to the things they writes about a not very diverse and this is obviously impacted by the way that science celebrates people and who took about who we define as notable. Right right just to confirm by. Now you've written what nine hundred articles for the site. Oh no no. How many i've written i've written one thousand two hundred one thousand two hundred whatever so sub usually get a bit excited so obviously that's not three hundred sixty five times three so sometimes i get a little carried away but in general i try and stick to one a day sometimes. Yeah yeah. I mean. I've been going for three. Yes so i've done a pretty good job that in those i. We thought a lot about how to ask you this question. Because twelve hundred articles is an extraordinary accomplishment as far as contributing to this encyclopedia. And so the question we're going to go with is if you could build a quarantine bubble with some of the people that you've written about living or deceased who would you include and why should question so so for sure. I'd have to have some of the people developing vaccines enough air. The person who created the oxford vaccine which is is the vaccine this just been approved for use in the uk. A viral vector vaccine is a phenomenal professor. Sara gilbert sara gilbert has had this kind of fascinating rich directory working on the development of a whole bunch of different vaccines that can walk in different corona viruses and kiss kubat. I don't know if you've come across any of your reporting. She's she's a young african american women who is at the national institute of health and had walked back scenes for for sars and mers. So has this really great legacy but also alongside. I kind of scientific research. An extraordinary publication list works to support people from undeserved communities and walks to really amplify the voices of scientists who too often overlooked but also to support young people and getting into an ethic about science. So that people at different ends of that curric- his kizzie is still very young. Where saratoga established professor but both of them have this kind of extraordinary pathway to really ultimately creating the thing. That's going to save the entire world so suddenly. If i if i had according to about they would be in it. I think that. I mean how many people might out in my quarantine babo because i could keep going. There's no official guidance but the often cited wisdom is less than ten. I'm so primed and ready to tell you stories about everyone. I'm so excited about them. So mainly because i have been. She's someone who i wrote about right at the beginning of my wikipedia. A mathematician who gladys west. She was born in virginia in the thousand nine hundred and she went to college. She went to a historically black college and university to study maths. She goes off in becomes the teach She then eventually what the us government. Wes she did the early computations and calculations for gps so for all of the technologies that almost everything that we do day to day relies on. Now you know you get in your car keys your phone. You try and navigate took particular location. You use the technology that gladys west created. And when i made gladys west page in two thousand eighteen is really hard to find. Information about. Her book is what for the us government so lots of things are adopted. A couple of months. After i put the page live so after i'd finished writing it and put it onto wikipedia. She was selected by the bbc is one of the top one hundred women so she went into the kind of top one hundred women in the world for any intentional creation. Contribution ebba and when you're on a web page like fat when you're on a page so much traffic and insight people hop over to the wikipedia page really quickly so you could just see the numbers of page views of of the wikipedia. Page going up and up and that meant that more and more people contributed to it so grew story grew. How did that make you feel. I just loved it. I was reflecting on this a lot with with my parents lockdown wife. I kept going live. I kept doing this. And i find nothing more rewarding honestly than seeing other people get recognized then champion for what they've done so absolutely love to have quarantine bubble that so many things that i want us. Yeah and you're collecting. I suppose historical information across different websites and books to write these biographies. Has it ever feel like time travel. Yeah completely does feel like time travel. It's it's so it's so interesting. The things that i find kind of thrilling and exciting now feels such a kind of privilege in a rush to be able to get access to all of the resources that we can do. Now you know online libraries. Nine archives sites archived magazines scientific journals extraordinary places that that turn to for this and there are times when you just feel like fantastic achievement. So so if you see in a lot of the world's when women get married they take their partner's name so sometimes it's quite difficult to find out things about their lives if they got married and all of their publications in this new name. And when you find that one link that one connection that tells you that maiden name and then you can go back and find their phd thesis or who was there examining all this extra level of information. So when i get to that. I'm like jump off the sofer like this is great and say yeah. It's completely like a portal into another world. Right i mean. I've chills just listening to you. Talk about this kind of forensic reconstruction of people's lives and who they were outside of who. They married or other kinds of societal markers of that. Yeah a big part of it. I think a big part of my efforts wikipedia. Who i've met the people that we've trained editor phones is to not just make pages about women no make pages about people of color but to make them as good as the comparable page would-be about a white man. Yeah yeah you've been amazing way of connecting all these dots. I really appreciate hearing that I wanna ask you one one last thing. Which is i know that in a lot of ways just talking to you. It sounds like this project is part of such a bigger desire to see science really include nbc driven by all kinds of people. And what do you think it will really take to bring more women and poc's into science so that they stay. Oh such a good question and such a huge one. I mean they're very preliminary simple things that low hanging fruit. If you will know why we don't already have in place you know proper care and support for people who have caring responsibilities so whether that's you know elderly parents or sick parents or especially now in the pandemic who seeing the importance of the childcare and how that skin influence women scientific careers if they're having to work from home but i think more than that we need to really look a scientific institutions and ask really critical questions about why people are leaving. Why do we see. So few black professes. Why do we see so few women in position of leadership. Why do lgbt he. Plus scientists not feel comfortable being out when they're in the scientific workplace and then really put money to and take action to address those individual needs. But i think from a kind of how you get more diverse people into science. I really honestly think the answer is improving our education systems and really support our teachers better. Pay them as well as we pay are bankers so that they stay and so that they create kind of inspiring science lessons. Then go out and got this next generation to come in who keep pushing for this change that we want

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Doses Of Antibody Drugs Remain Unused As They Present Various Challenges

All Things Considered

03:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Doses Of Antibody Drugs Remain Unused As They Present Various Challenges

"The federal government says it has delivered more than 300,000 doses of monoclonal antibody drugs to help facilities nationwide. They're designed to treat patients with mild to moderate covert 19. The ideas keep those patients out of the hospital, but Many of those doses are sitting unused, due in no small part to the challenge of administering those drugs. NPR's science correspondent Richard Harris looks at to healthcare systems that have overcome those hurdles and are seeing hopeful results. Monoclonal antibodies present all sorts of challenges. They're given to people who have active infections, but who aren't hospitalized, so it's important to treat them without exposing other patients to risk. The drugs by Regeneron and Eli Lilly are also given by infusion, and that process takes a couple of hours. So when you add all this up, you know it's really a logistical challenge to deliver this therapy to a lot of people. But Dr Howard Long at Houston Methodist Hospital, says they figured out how to do that. They've opened clinics around Houston and doctors affiliated with the hospital are referring eligible patients. That is people who are over 65 or who have health conditions that put them at high risk. So at this point we're doing about 50 to 70 infusions a day, and patients are usually scheduled within a Relatively short period of time. So from the time they call into being infused, it's usually less than two days. The timing is important because these drugs appear to beam or effective early in the course of the disease. Mostly help people who aren't mounting their own strong immune reactions and, well medication sits unused in many locations around the country. That is not the case at his hospital, Hong says. Right now we're constrained more by the drug supply. They use it as fast as they get it. Any doctors nationwide aren't so enthusiastic about these drugs, though treatment guidelines issued by the National Institutes of Health say there's actually not good evidence to know whether they work. That's because the Food and Drug Administration relied on studies of just a few 100 patients to grant these drugs, emergency authorization. So these are very small numbers that under normal conditions nobody would never publish in the journal like New England Journal of Medicine. Yet this is, you know, kind of headline news. Welcome Toko bit time right. But doctors are gaining experience. Houston Methodist is now treated more than 1100 patients, Hong says. We're seeing results that are comparable to what was reported in the clinical trials by Eli Lilly and Regeneron about six or 7% of patients who are treated end up in the hospital or emergency room. He figures that without treatment about 15% of the most high risk patients could end up in the hospital or ER. Doctors affiliated with the Mayo Clinic or also encouraged by their experience. They've dust more than 2000 patients in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arizona and Florida. Dr. Raymond reasonably has done a preliminary analysis of the 1st 1000 or so patients and finds low hospitalization rates. More importantly, there is some signal that is also reducing death. But again this our preliminary analysis we have to kind of make sure that this are all vetted by pure review. But this is what we're seeing. That's why we're happy. Unlike a clinical trial, this real world experience doesn't have a careful comparison group so doctors can't say for sure that these patients are faring better. Even so, these encouraging findings may be swaying doctors who weren't sure they wanted to refer their patients for treatment. There's nobody says patients are also becoming less skeptical. Initially, there were more declines than accept. But no, we're actually seeing more except than declines, and even though it takes a lot of person power to provide this treatment reasonably and Hong believe they're actually reducing the overall workload. Keeping patients out of the hospital. Richard Harris NPR

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Florida confirms its first case of new coronavirus strain

Ben Shapiro

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Florida confirms its first case of new coronavirus strain

"Another confirmed case of the so called UK variant confirmed in a patient in Florida, the man in his twenties, like the previous cases in Colorado and California. Has knots traveled recently, Dr Francis Collins, the director of the National Institute of Health, telling Fox News. This new strain does not appear to be more severe. What it does seem capable of doing is spreading more readily from person to person. Maybe 50%, Maybe 70% Mork contagious. And that just means we're gonna have to double down even more social distancing and mass

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Fauci: Biden is correct that worst of COVID-19 pandemic yet to come

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:23 min | Last month

Fauci: Biden is correct that worst of COVID-19 pandemic yet to come

"Let's take a look at the latest coronavirus numbers from Mayor de Blasio's. There are, he says 191 new. Hospitalizations. 3015 new cases of the seven day average positivity rate of 7.7% Saturdays was 6.78%. Governor Cuomo reporting that 122 New Yorkers died of covert 19 on Christmas Day with all this in mind today, Dr Anthony Fauci says he shares President elect Biden's concerned that as far as the pandemic is focused on, pointing to a post Christmas and post a year surge, the worst May still be ahead of us a question that surfing as well through all of this is we fight through covert and seeing more people get vaccinated is when are things gonna be getting back to normal? Well, Dr Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, takes on the question. If we start vaccinating the general population in April from a pure logistics standpoint. It's probably going to take several months to get those people vaccinated. That would get us to the 78 85% group. I think that's going to probably be by the middle to the end of the summer. So that I hope I hope that by the time we get to the fall, we will reach that critical percentage of people that we could really start thinking about a return to some form of normality that is from CNN State of the Union.

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What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.

5 Things

02:22 min | Last month

What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.

"A new strain of the corona virus continues to spread through the united kingdom. A number of countries have temporarily banned travel from the uk including canada france and germany among others. But the us has not for now. New york governor. Andrew cuomo has advocated a travel ban. And he said monday that travelers from the uk to his state should at least be required to test negative before flying. Their one hundred twenty countries require the uk travelers that received a negative test before they get on the plane in the uk. One hundred twenty countries and the united states has done nothing. There are three airlines that come from the uk a fly into our airports. Our airports are run by the port authority of new york new jersey the three airlines british airways delta and virgin atlantic. They daily bringing seven several thousand passengers per day. I am asking those airlines to add new york state to the list of the one hundred twenty countries that require tests before the flights leave the uk. The head of the us government's operation warp speed. Said monday that more information is needed before knowing for sure if the uk strain is more transmissible he said quote. I think scientifically to date. There is no hard evidence that this virus is actually more transmissible on quote. He added that there is clear evidence that there is more of it in the population. Us surgeon general. Dr jerome adams said the. Us needs more information viruses. Mutate what they did to which of the virus which causes covid nineteen nine mutated dozen times already this year. That doesn't mean it's more dangerous. It doesn't mean it's more contagious. So we're working with the whol. Working with the cdc working with the uk to figure out Whether this new strain of virus going to behave any differently. But i just talked to dr collins who heads the national institutes of health so far. Nothing looks like it's going to change the effectiveness of this vaccine Number one and number two even if there is a mutation at some point which changes the effectiveness. It'll be just like the seasonal flu vaccine that we know how to tweak.

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What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.

5 Things

02:22 min | Last month

What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.

"A new strain of the corona virus continues to spread through the united kingdom. A number of countries have temporarily banned travel from the uk including canada france and germany among others. But the us has not for now. New york governor. Andrew cuomo has advocated a travel ban. And he said monday that travelers from the uk to his state should at least be required to test negative before flying. Their one hundred twenty countries require the uk travelers that received a negative test before they get on the plane in the uk. One hundred twenty countries and the united states has done nothing. There are three airlines that come from the uk a fly into our airports. Our airports are run by the port authority of new york new jersey the three airlines british airways delta and virgin atlantic. They daily bringing seven several thousand passengers per day. I am asking those airlines to add new york state to the list of the one hundred twenty countries that require tests before the flights leave the uk. The head of the us government's operation warp speed. Said monday that more information is needed before knowing for sure if the uk strain is more transmissible he said quote. I think scientifically to date. There is no hard evidence that this virus is actually more transmissible on quote. He added that there is clear evidence that there is more of it in the population. Us surgeon general. Dr jerome adams said the. Us needs more information viruses. Mutate what they did to which of the virus which causes covid nineteen nine mutated dozen times already this year. That doesn't mean it's more dangerous. It doesn't mean it's more contagious. So we're working with the whol. Working with the cdc working with the uk to figure out Whether this new strain of virus going to behave any differently. But i just talked to dr collins who heads the national institutes of health so far. Nothing looks like it's going to change the effectiveness of this vaccine Number one and number two even if there is a mutation at some point which changes the effectiveness. It'll be just like the seasonal flu vaccine that we know how to tweak.

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McConnell says stimulus deal done, but no votes until Monday

The Daily Dive

02:40 min | Last month

McConnell says stimulus deal done, but no votes until Monday

"But with a little bit of an uncertainty here but it does appear that members of the senate in the house have agreed to this deal as you said is going to get folks. Another round of stimulus checks The same sort of income caps that applied before. If you didn't get one last time you're probably not getting one. This time you got one last time. You're probably getting on this time There is some money in there for small businesses. There's very little amount in there. Four restaurants loretta sanchez. Said it wasn't enough but there is some money for restaurants a as you said the states and local governments say that they really need some more money and so there is some money in there to help pay for vaccine distributions which has been left for the states to figure out not the federal government that it's not as much money as the states in the local government had hoped for it also doesn't include what was mitch mcconnell's top priority which is liability protections for businesses that continue to operate in the pandemic. And so they're all sort of hopeful that maybe next year when president biden takes over they might be able to negotiate some kind of deal that would include that liability and that state and local government. Money this coronavirus stimulus package is also going to be paired up with a one point four trillion dollar omnibus spending bill. They're still a little back and forth on that. I believe but They're they're expecting to get it all done. Hopefully before christmas hopefully said the government would shut down on sunday night. If they don't have what they call a short term cr because As you said it's been paired with this omnibus bill That's funding government Against speaking in the future we don't expect the government to shut down. They appear to be moving his her. Get this all done. Get it off finished. So they can go home and have christmas and new year's and comeback and start a new congress in january and then new president later in the month. Let's move onto this hack that we heard about this past week. It's something that had been going on for months. They think as early as march several government agencies had been hacked the pentagon the treasury national institutes of health homeland security. All the experts believed that it was russian intelligence. Who did the secretary of state. Mike pompeo also said the same and then comes president trump and says hey you never know it could have been china Downplayed the whole thing saying the media is making it worse than it actually was but these hackers were in the systems for months. There's a lot of criticism against president one not believing his officials as usual and then also not wanting to criticize russia. As you said this is sort of one of the most large-scale hacks that we've seen of the federal

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Moderna COVID-19 vaccine begins rollout as U.S. races to broaden injection campaign

Bulls and Bears Show

00:18 sec | Last month

Moderna COVID-19 vaccine begins rollout as U.S. races to broaden injection campaign

"Packaging shipments of the second covert 19 vaccine. This vaccine developed by more Derna and the National Institute of Health Workers and makes Memphis, Tennessee boxing up the shots just days after the FDA authorized on emergency roll out of the vaccine. Meantime, here in

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"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

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"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

"Are we talking decades that this thing will hold? Are we talking years? What's what's the time horizon? Yeah, it's hard to predict it. It's also hard for me to imagine that in less than certainly five years probably less than ten years will will have significantly turned it around. but yeah, sometimes, change comes really quickly They're these kind of step function changes when a critical mass is reached, I don't think Have Been. There's been a time in our lifetimes. When the future seem so fluid. I think it's very hard for anybody to predict I think the main thing you can predict again to use your very good word for is it's not sustainable. Something will give one way or the other something something will give This is not sustainable and it it might escalate really rapidly in in really galvanizes. Guessing it's alot more of a long game but if we're. If things are this batter worst ten years from now. I'm pretty sore about our future. And so you're a historian you you've heard the story true or not that they ratify the Constitution Benjamin Franklin walks out and they go whoa what kind of government did you give us and he says, of course Republic if you can keep it, is this what he was talking about. This is exactly what he was talking about and again read the federalist papers read George Washington's Farewell Address, the main theme in all of them is. Spirit a priority problem faction is the gravest threat to republics and we have responsibilities spirit party that that George Washington's farewell address was really aimed at everyday Americans doing their part seen, you have to understand this about self government. You have to understand that it's in politicians interests to play us off of this. This is you know in in seventeen, ninety, six that Washington is saying this This is endemic to self government and the human condition. Day whether it's Benjamin Franklin if you can keep it whether it's George Washington's Farewell Address Rotors Madison Hamilton and Jay Federal S- papers they were all warning us..

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"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

"Has so discouraged people of goodwill. And people who really do want to work across the divides from running for office and so. You get to draft him. Don't forget. Yeah. This is anybody. I don't have anybody obvious in mind. It's terrible decade, but you mind if I, write you in. Can we do that? I thought we were friends wouldn't Sam? But I need the help. Yeah. I don't know I will let you set that one out. We'll. We'll take out. The inclination among Americans to. Not Look narrowly, people have had long political careers I. I get that. That's a bit of a tug I feel too. Yeah, it's it's early leaders and governors are kind of two of the places I. Look. Yeah. Okay. So let's let's get back to the core conversation and I WANNA move from. You did a great job helping us understand how we got here. Let's talk about a little bit about where we're going where does change actually begin on this issue. I think is a mentioned before I think that. the American people have to be our saving grace. We as a people have to step up once the parties have sorted like we talked about it's very hard to see how they go back that conservatives become welcome in the Democratic Party liberals become welcome in the Republican Party, and once that happens I'm just not sure. That they are really going to lead us out of the current Meyer that were in. So I do think it is we the people that have to step up and to remember where at the top of the ORG chart in system of self government we hire and fire everybody including the president and the Congress. And so we have got to step up in ways. to to make that happen commonsense American is one opportunity again, that's NICD. That Arizona Dot Edu where he ago radio and others. but you know there's lots of other. Organizations out there doing rape work. There's there's a lot on the electoral, the election system. ranked choice voting, money, and politics. There's making the ballot more accessible. There's a lot of great. initiatives out there at that level. Plug, any of those. Can you tell us about some of the groups that you're. Aligned with. I think UNRIG UNRIG the system is the whole name for it is a a kind of an organizing space for lots of that work has to happen at the state level. Most election law is the state law level, and so there are a really good kind of. collection and resource for the various state things going on. So there if you go to UNRIG. On, I. Don't forget what there you are. Are we go go yeah. Then, you can find a lot of resources like in your state. What's going on what? What could you know gerrymandering? Yeah. There's less concern I. Think there is a lot that we need to do. in. Our system works yeah. Yeah. No I see some groups doing that there's United America and and several that I are trying to work toward that end. And I do WANNA plug. For, everybody over the weekend just because it came on the last couple of weeks I just watched the documentary from Barry, Levinson and Steve I believe it St David Smick. Anyway. It's called a stars and strife S. T. R. I f. e. very good With practical solutions leaders from both sides, things like that Okay I I..

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"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

03:20 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

"The range at which you see this manifest I mean within families within companies. You know so many people. A feeling like, Hey, if I let people know what my political views are, it's really dangerous for my career. My job might be at stake, and at that you know that's new in this country and I can't think that any of us like that development you spend a lot of your waking hours at work. Going around feeling like jeeze people knew how I felt. I might be in real trouble here in I can leak out somewhere that just that just can't be healthy for us as individuals operating with living within the organizations where are we work in businesses in this country? for businesses themselves to succeed in this. I just can't think that that's really where we wanna be as a country. Amen. All right. So Keith in just a minute we're going to We're going to play a little game, the unsolicited advice game where you're going to give a tweet. Piece of Advice from the Oval Office on down to different groups within this country Before we do that I, really need to ask our audience to help us out with something that's very important to me. You know one of the things Keith you were talking about earlier is that we're all social creatures we need connectivity, we need interaction and one of the things that's I think even more pronounced since Kovic hit is the sense of isolation that so many people have One place that this has been a problem well before and well after. Corona viruses is occupying the headlines and still a threat is the fact that this happens every day at children's hospitals across. America where kids with life threatening illnesses are alone in bed with no one to comfort them and that's in spite of world class medical care devoted parents. The problem is just nobody can be there all the time. So you get. These kids that are sitting there lonely in many cases crying with nobody to help them when when our youngest daughter was born with a number of life threatening medical inland illnesses she's doing great now but we spent about six months by her side at Children's hospital giving her all the comfort that we could. But we saw this problem firsthand and. And at the because of my wife decided, we were going to do something about it So we created with something called the Koala core with the mission of trying to hold every signed hands to hold every child in need, and the interesting thing is you know there's such an appetite for it. There are so many volunteers that want to help. The problem is that hospitals oftentimes don't have the budget to have somebody managed the program to train to vet to manage to screen the volunteers and so you have people that could help these kids. You have kids need the help there's nobody in between. So that's what the Koala Kors all about and I want to ask you if you're listening or watching today to help us with this..

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"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

"He can't impose it. You're going to have to persuade people to your view to do anything sustainable in this country, and that's quite purposeful the founders. Built in separation of powers and a big diverse republic four, the express purpose of making hard for anyone party to impose their will on everybody else. So we're just GONNA hit her head against that wall. We can't realize the full promise of American self government in less we engage differences more constructively than we are. So. I'm going to share an observation that I have and I know you're you're attacking this problem more broadly in we're pretty narrowly focused especially on this program. For corporations for media for marketers who are really stuck in the middle on this because you know the research we're seeing says people want brands to take a stand on issues that matter they want to reflect the values and yet. You know what you described earlier about how? You know you've got Hitler who is evil and we do not negotiate with a guy like Hitler you. You have to create a boundary there. The problem is that people that identify as being more mainstream just on one side or the other seem to keep getting. painted. Stream the right paint select is evil. The left paints the right as Yvonne I. Think There's a lot of us that don't feel like they have home because they don't want to get involved in that. and and so so are you seeing it that way and how on earth? Do you see anybody. Combating that. Yeah. Well, yes..

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"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

"What has surprised me most is how much of a hunger there is in Congress for this? How much members of Congress are filling the tug they? You know they here again disproportionately from the extremes special interests. and so if the you know to a large extent, many of them are kind of forced into this in ways they don't really want to do and there's just so grateful to hear a large group of Americans organized this way to try to give some support for good bipartisan work work on surprised medical billing. For example, there's there's six excellent bipartisan bills in the Congress to hand. There's virtually no partisan divide on and they're so grateful that were organized. This way we have done over one hundred congressional briefings in the last six weeks our our capacity you know arc passivity to do. Them has been the limit not the hunger in the Congress to hear the results surprised. So. We've really been delighted with the uptick. I mean, they're clearly members of Congress not interested in doing business way but there's a lot more of them that are open to this than you might think watching the news. Yeah. For for sure now, key earlier on you mentioned. Culture and I recently did a Google search trends view of the word. You're the term cancel culture and it's a hockey stick in the last few months, right? So I think as you've been specifically with NICD, this thing has exploded Can you talk about what it is from your view and what you think about it? Yeah you know in in my view is increasing. Inclination. To, say the best way to respond when I have a difference with someone else is to try to cancel them in it can be cancel in the literal sense of want to cancel a program. or it can be cancelled a little broader sense. I want them fired I, want them out. You just want them eliminated. And so that really has been spiking rapidly and so I think. To two points, I WANNA make here Dan one is I think we ought to acknowledge. That all of us including the Executive Director of the National Institute for. So this course will draw a line somewhere where we say, Hey, the tools of civil discourse aren't the appropriate tools. In this situation, we will all draw a line with saying, Hey, that individual or that group has gotten so extreme and so dangerous we need a different set of tools than civil discourse. We all will draw the line somewhere just to draw the most obvious I think historical. Example of it in nineteen, forty, one or nineteen, forty two to say, well, you know, let's sit down and listen with Adolf Hitler for understanding make sure.

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"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

"There's all kinds of second were effects that that gives rise to including within the political system itself and the electoral system. It became mop. The strategy of playing to your base has opposed to play to the middle became much more effective is the party sorted ideologically. And so politicians had an incentive to play to the base in a way they hadn't before. So then they started doing that and you know Kinda throwing red meat and playing to the base became much more common then in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty s into the nineteen nineties and now. and then that creates the conditions for which you have the political polarization of the media you know in the in the sixties or seventies we didn't have our own ideological news outlet like we did today but the fact that that sorting has happened makes that A. A better business model frankly. So so that happened starting in the late nineteen seventies. At the other thing happened in really the social or affective polarization among everyday Americans started in the nineteen nineties and it was kind of a follow onto the illogical sorting. In the in the out on was. That a lot of our. Social identities began to become aligned with our political identity way they been before. So in the nineteen sixties in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy s if you know whether a person went to church every week if you knew where they lived in an urban or rural area if you knew what race or ethnicity they were, it told you virtually nothing about what party they were. A today it is highly highly correlated. So we went from cross cutting social identities where we might have A. Party identity, which might be a little bit different than our ideological identity, which might be a little different than our religious identification, which might be different from you know whether we lived in rural or urban areas. Too, you know so that we knew people who were different than us on on different dimensions sort of inoculated us from thinking Oh..

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Oxford Road Presents: The Divided States of Media

"It's increasing bit now but pretty moderately. In, contrast social or affecting polarization is escalating rapidly in other words were getting really mad at the other side even though we agree on a lot and so it's very curious finding. There's a lot of interesting research on why is it so mad at each filler when we agree on everything? and hear that there's a you know a couple of interesting connections. I think Dan to to what to you and we? are going to try to do together but let me start a little bit general One of the reasons that we are so mad at each other even when we agree on so much is that we don't realize how much we agree we have a perception that the difference is greater than it is in fact, there's good research on this week receive about twice as big difference between Republicans and Democrats actually exists. In, of course, the media plays a pretty significant role in that. In it but it started probably the most extreme among his talk louder and longer. So they leave a much bigger footprint. They get covered more in in the news media they post more on social media, and so we're hearing from them disproportionately. In the ward swath of us who are a little more moderate a little. More inclined to say, let let's deal with these differences. A little more respectfully also tend to be quiet and we don't speak up as much. and and then the news and the media amplifies that further So that's a little bit. I think the current state of civil discourse polarization in America in it's really not so much that we as American people are so divided on issues but that we perceive greater differences in perceiving that the other side is more extreme than they really are than we're getting really mad in doing more extreme things and so then the other side does more extreme things when we got this kind of escalation dynamic going on. So when you talk about the hate piece of that, are you suggesting that rather than this being a reflection of what the people want? You know at a grassroots level that this is more of a top down thing that is amplified by the media in kind of the reward cycle that gets them to keep pushing towards the loudest voices on the extremes you're saying it's more top down than bottom up it is in the research on is is quite good. You would find a few scholars who might disagree with that a bit but the. Most of the consensus is that this has mostly been driven by elites. Now, there's a couple of layers. In the first instance, the biggest. Reason that elites have led has not been again in the first instance, a diabolical effort to do it..

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"national institute" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money

Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money

05:03 min | 5 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Money

"Podcasts an is a really dynamic shot. In this evening, we have a tremendous guests on that I. Know that you're GonNa lie because I know what my audience likes we like people who know what they're doing with. Expertise knowledge and they can help you out with some of the things that they do from the entrepreneur side. But real quick. I want to welcome our guest Dr Sarah David started, David how're you doing this evening? Hi there. Paula undoing. Fantastic. Thank you so much. I'm excited to be here with you. Okay. Fantastic and before we get started I'm going to lead a little bit about her her bio and then we're gonNA move into the questions just have a great task. Audiences ready. Are you ready? Dot David? I'm ready I'm ready. Paul. All right fantastic first of all. Dr Sarah David. She is the name of her comedy is nice media and she's GonNa explain that a little bit more because it's more an acronym and then her particular industry that professional development. I linked in make overs and she does a really great job. I've seen several for before and after, and it really wouldn't make a tremendous difference with yours and she has a thirty with media citations personal branding in addition to inclusive marketing. And now I'm GonNa go into her bio, which is really really stellar because once you all to awareness about her and that way, you would know exactly some of the things that you'll be getting a she's a Nettie Educator Entrepreneur and executive branding business strategists in host of the empowered lemming Preneurs podcast what she shares Paolo's business tips to monetize your Brian inside from special guests to take your business career health, wealth life, and legacy to Queen Status, which is great and Sarah was named before four top career resource in a jumpstart your career now. As an award-winning writer in found the National Institute of Career. Empowerment. which is the. Acronym. For. Nights. Sarah believes that up new as the space to come together to create, connect and collaborate those all great three. The Trinity. Whether you are high achieving professional to monetize your degrees education and experience to create a digital empire current up your Solo Premier Service based a small business are season entrepreneur making legacy lose..

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"national institute" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:46 min | 9 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on AP News

"The National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says he's worried about states moving too fast to reopen the consequences could be really serious now she doesn't want any re openings to backfire my concern is that we will start to see little spikes that might turn into outbreaks so therefore I have been being very clear in my message to try to the best extent possible to go by the guidelines which have been very well thought out and very well delineated county says he hopes to have a coronavirus vaccine in advance trials by late fall early winter he offered no guarantees about you also ruled out having a vaccine ready for students in the fall calling it something that would be a bit of a bridge too far now she also said there are many potential vaccines being looked at I'm at Donahue eighteen news I'm a Donahue testified before a Senate committee the nation's top infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony Fauci says re opening the economy is going to lead to more coronavirus cases it's the ability of the capability of responding to those cases with good identification isolation and contact tracing will determine whether you can continue to go forward bounty is also worried about a virus come back in the fall we run the risk of having a resurgence I would hope that point in time in the full that we have more than enough to respond attic but I don't there will be problems the chair of the committee Tennessee's Lamar Alexander says what the country has done so far in corona virus testing is impressive but not nearly enough house speaker Nancy Pelosi has unveiled a more than three trillion dollar coronavirus aid package a vote is expected by Friday the Supreme Court listened by phone to president trump's arguments to keep his tax bank and financial records private rulings against president trump could lead to the campaign season release of personal financial information including tax returns that have been made public by every other president in recent history justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will naturally he said because of an audit with ongoing now it seems to be broader than that justice Brett Kavanaugh who's a trump appointee expressed concern about Congress abusing its authority how can we protect the house's interest in any information it needs to legislate but also protect the presidency to appellate courts have ruled that the document should be turned over but those rulings have been put on hold I'm showing up where your bill the Blasi since fifty two children in New York City have been diagnosed with an inflammatory syndrome possibly linked to the corona virus the symptoms persistent fever rash abdominal pain vomiting this is AP news U. S. sanctions are being blamed Iran for its handling of the corona virus interviews with more than thirty medical professionals and review of communications on messaging apps and other documents by the Associated Press in Cairo reveal a worrying picture of the roots and extent of the country's disjointed response as the deadly virus spread through the population and as a result doctors and nurses in Iran have been hit hard by the virus ill prepared to handle the contagion during the first ninety days of the virus outbreak alone about one medical stuff that died each day and dozens became infected I'm Charles Lucas my five official Olympic merchandise shops in Tokyo will close by early June with business hindered by the corona virus pandemic and the games being postponed until next year it's not clear if they will re open the Tokyo Olympics are supposed to open on July twenty third twenty twenty one at Donahue APNews consumer prices have suffered their biggest drop in a dozen years as the corona virus slows the economy consumer prices dropped by eight tenths of a point last month the biggest month to month fall since the two thousand eight financial crisis the drop was driven by a more than twenty percent plunge in gas prices the labor department also says so called core prices tumbled four tenths of a point the biggest decline on records dating to nineteen fifty seven the impact of coalbed nineteen business shutdowns and reduce consumer spending is exerting downward pressure on prices throughout the economy this could result in the federal reserve keeping interest rates low as he tries to restart the economy my camp in Washington the group down sixty one physical assault cases and more than one thousand instances of harassment the total number of incidents last year marked a twelve percent increase over the previous year and the highest tally since tracking began in nineteen.

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"national institute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"national institute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases four six presidents now he's been running point on on all the pandemics that we've dealt with over the years let me ask about the triage capability in other words look it had to have we ordered these things the tents the medical supplies you know medical triage teams I've I've a medical cluster is needed you know see one thirties ready to go packed and ready to go with doctors and support staff Mobileye set up begins seeing patients to take any potential overload you confident that's that plan is now being in place and would be ready at at the time it's needed if god forbid needed well let let me answer it this way we do have a strategic national stockpile that is under the control of the assistant secretary for preparedness and response asper which is part of the department of health and Human Services clearly what they're doing now is looking at ways of how they could back still we had not had to dramatically tap into the strategic national stockpile I'm sure that ultimately we will will we have enough it depends on the severity of what the outbreak is I'm sure we're going to mitigate that well but we don't know how bad it's going to get and we just need to have a realistic assessment that we may have shortages but what we're thinking and doing right now is to try and do everything we can so that we don't have shortages but you have to be careful showing he can't guarantee things when you don't know the magnitude of the problem you're going to be facing but what I can say is that everything that can be done will be done to try and address it appropriately last question you've given us what you that you rightly prepare for the worst case scenario right and no I don't want anybody listening to this to hold you to this and anyway you having been through this as often as you have and live through this and been a part of the solution every time what is your best guess why what happens and how fast well you know what I think is going to happen in the next couple of weeks few weeks you know two three more weeks you're gonna start to see an escalation that's even greater than what we see right now what kind of numbers well you know it depends because you don't know what the background is we're going to probably be seeing thousands and thousands of cases but remember when you when you have that escalation if you are really aggressively doing the kind of containment and mitigation that whatever that peak was going to be if you put if you let the virus run its own course it's going to be less than that and to be honest with the phone I can't answer what the number's going to be because it's going to be totally related to how effective you are in blunting a peak that would be a really really large peak if you did nothing it's horrible it's totally dependent on your response to this you know I've said many times that we are so blessed as a country to have people like you medical professionals the best medical researchers the front line health care workers the best doctors and we appreciate all that you've been doing all that you've done over these many decades you I watched from afar an individual other times and I think you've been amazing during a tough time and you're keeping us ahead of the game informed we appreciate all you do and I hope you get some sleep as well Dr Anthony Fauci thank you for what you're doing every day we appreciate it thank you you are listening to the best of the Sean Hannity show and stay tuned more memorable moments interesting.

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"national institute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"national institute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of the National Institute of health told the Associated Press while the drug show promise he won't go so far as to call it a cure there are two drugs they are natural products are anti bodies that have been produced artificially in significant amounts and used in a way that they passively transferred by an intravenous route to patients and their part of the clinical trial a randomized controlled trial involving four therapeutics and the data from that trial is intermittently examined by an independent board of unbiased observer is to determine if the trial should go on depending upon what the data showed and on Friday the August the ninth the data in safety monitoring board looked at the data and determined that two of the candidates among the four were highly significant in their ability to decrease the mortality of Ebola virus disease compared to the control arm as well as to the other anybody so the bottom line is we now have two interventions that can decrease the mortality of Ebola virus disease substantially compared to a control no cure in my mind can be interpreted by people that everyone who get's an intervention no longer has the disease Ebola is a bit more complicated than that some people recover from the ball without any intervention at all but one can say with your accuracy is that these interventions signet Lee decrease the percentage of mortality enable a virus disease some people might call that a cue or I tend to stay away from the word Cuba and merely say it's a major advance in the development in the of treatment of Ebola during the West Africa Ebola epidemic several years ago study shows today and to that another antibody mixture name ZMapp worked but not clear proof well on a lighter note this morning police in Virginia say more than fifty television sets have been mysteriously placed on front porches in a neighborhood outside Richmond Henrico county police lieutenant Matt packets that residents found older model TV's outside their front door Saturday morning.

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"national institute" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"national institute" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"Was one of the ingredients, a derivative it, what's ingredient of birth control called? Yes. And Yasmin, that many people were on. Many people were on it because of this benefit of helping your skin. In fact, all birth control helps your skin. But if the patient's coming to me for acne management and for body hair issues that we might do that if she's coming to me for infertility well, then we actually now have great research that demonstrates that certain drugs work better for us patients than others. And there's this really cool group of clinics put together called the reproductive medicine network, which is sponsored by the National Institute of health. And what they do is they've done some really good randomized controlled trials and showing this certain drugs are better for helping people get pregnant than others. So the old drug use use was called climate climates pie, the oldest, safest fertility drug this out there, but the risks were climate or that some people had twins. So another drug became much more common called letters. All letters, all of is a newer version with a different mechanism. And what we're finding now is that patients, their biochemistry is so different that they respond better to this other drug. And they limit the risk of twins. Wow. Now that you just brought up birth control, I just want to ask there. So many Perth controls out there like my mom's an OBGYN and so she's always almost like, what should I be on? She's like, try this, try this one. And I feel like because one has progesterone one doesn't you know? So how do you, and then there's like ones that cause some people weight gain in some, you know, how do you sort of decide which ones good for you? Greek question. So as a reproductive endocrinologist, my entire life is focused on hormones and people forget that you can actually come to a fertility doctor for the opposite. You can use an oscillation predictor kit to figure out when not to have sex when not to get pregnant. Yeah. Just like you can use one of those apps, the track your cycle you at when not to have sex. Yeah. Well, you can also go to fertility doctor actually figure out what's the right birth control for you. And so the deal with birth controls, it's very simple. The question is, how can we give you the lowest dose without giving you side.

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"national institute" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

Freedom 95 Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"national institute" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

"Shockwave therapy so what they do is they send shockwaves they say we send some some shockwaves ultrasonic waves that they use to break up the stones to be able to pass so oftentimes if people have scans and they find that they have kidney stones multiple very large ones they say hey a less invasive way then surgery is to go through the shockwave licitra psy shock wave with a trip soon seen a lot of patients with this but here's what they don't see so this actually comes from an article an article from two thousand and eight so not necessarily a recent article by any means and this comes from ncbi the national library of medicine and the national institute of health it's from different journals so but it talks about the the title of this is the cute and long term adverse effects of shockwave litho trips acute long term adverse effects this is often times what i don't see people talking about so when you're looking at this this litho trip see this shockwave there are pulses that basically are shot through and the design is that the pulse in the pressure the energy breaks up the density into smaller pieces so that the beazely able to pass those stones which from the scheme of things bright when you do the overhead view it's it sounds like a really great idea right it's less invasive you don't have to go under anesthesia i don't believe at least you're not having someone cutting on you here's here's what they're finding though that there's a spectrum of adverse effects with this shockwave litho trips including acute renal so kidney and extra.

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"national institute" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"national institute" Discussed on No Agenda

"Director of the national institute of health on cbs this morning and he has a remarkable adventure great project for us all to participate in all of us we named it that for good reason it is about all of us and it's going to give us the information we currently lack how do people sign up for this program if you go to the internet site join all of us dot org join all of us just one word no spaces you can find out what it takes to sign up they'll be a number of educational steps there you'll need to go through then you'll have to decide whether you want to consent to take part in this can you guess what it is yet john dna testing very good people who sign up will then be given a chance to give blood samples and urine samples and answer westerners and make their electron of health records available in various secure data this is the best part very secure database so we just had about forty seconds about what he wants and it's going to be so fabulous and then he gets into this whole secure database thing the guy is a doctor the maybe he on the side is dude named ben but you know it's kind of like you know back off little man you're making you make me think about it too much allow researchers to begin to understand all of those things we don't know that will lead to better healthcare talk your francis collins i love your enthusiasm about the project i am curious though about the privacy concerns people we have a story in the news where serial killer was just caught recently with dna from a relative so how do you assure people that the information they're giving will be kept private so all of their information will be stripped of personal dente fires there'll be no names or social security numbers or addresses dates of birth the information that researchers will wanna look at we'll be anonymous anonymous will be required to pledge that they will not seek to a dentist who these individuals.

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"national institute" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"national institute" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With your health but also inspire you to take some action because information without action is just depression and i don't want to leave you the press this morning so let's get into it that's what are we are talking about the top two things that you need to know to make sure you never yet heart disease and you never get cancer we are talk about how do you actually prevent things like diabetes and if you do get it what do you do how do people reverse it how people been able to go off their medications we're gonna talk about that i'll share a couple of different examples of what people have done in the past to reverse or diabetes we are talk about what the ice just did to hear about the news the in nih national institute of health jira happen to europe they did they just allowed the scientists in the labs to go back to making deadly new viruses in the labs we're talking about what that means for you and what that can look like for the future so i was in a conversation with a man who was probably mid50s and the conversation goes to health as it usually does when ob in the conversation it's what a passionate about and with what i think about it's what i try to problems now solve four and you don't you know he he gets in the conversation it.

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"national institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"national institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The other thing that got me concern see when when he got something his big you're going to have to try to cut down on some social programs different things mr trump's budget he cut the national institute of house she's got a lot on cancer research that's one of the reasons why so many people survive cancer today is because the us government is the national institute of cancer he cut their budget and that's by 10 percent fortunately the republicans and democrats over role overruled his cuts yeah so you see the next sued ahead is well how we're going to totally pay for this if the boom doesn't happen in the deficit grows even worse and the things that the push inflation and there's no real thing in yet it says while we're going to have to suspend these cuts you'll corporate america not that i heard of any companies recently going out of business because the us taxes seems to be the opposite but uh try bingo concerned that this sudden seen wisdom that where the cuts got a cup pay for this if the big bold doesn't happen well we're the cuts i mean we're we're in deficit already we were in a deficit for the last eight years and we weren't cutting anything so i don't know where the cuts um what cutting anything but he tried to cut the national he try it out astle and and this clearly is going to add to the deficit if growth dozen come forward but you know as well as i wonder why wouldn't you say we're going to the public arsenal stuff and to be honest with you i data in a personal but not on a corporate y right out why by court briefly 'cause corporate entities tend to take a longerterm view in terms of their spending in if something is temporary they're not it isn't going to help the economy because they just going to sit back and wait for some fine aladi now but just by writing this.

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