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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:27 min | 4 months ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Joining us again as doctor Jeffrey copen is the chief medical officer at northwestern medicine of Lake Forest at the hospital there And as I understand it doctor you have your door is purple It's got the big N on there and it's all decked out in hospital kind of style motif Is that right I have more northwestern medicine swag giant than you can imagine I think I could go an entire month where nothing more than reflecting medicine swag And I wouldn't have to repeat an outfit right So now I will say this about the now that we are a news nation station is grown by this company called neck star the WGN the next star swag we get very impressive high quality yetis in pullovers and t-shirts So the clothing has been if you went into my closet I'm busted doctor I would have WG and clothing there That's for sure Your wife lets that in the house And I don't wear it every day I'll say that Hey listen I want you to catch us up on this very end to the variance So we have a new version of omicron out there doctor what's the read on that Yeah So first of all nobody panic please There's going to be lots of these things There's a lot of sequencing going on all over the world which means that scientists who are virus experts are doing sequencing to understand what kind of virus they have in their environment So it turns out in a number of places in the world and very small numbers a found a variant that's a combination of our old friend delta from last summer We all remember delta I know it's old news but that was last summer And the omicron virus which is the predominant variant that we have now So it's kind of like a delta plus in omicron It's not anything terrible It's not going to take over the world It's just something that has been identified There's been a couple of cases of a couple of viruses In that cases viruses of this variant in the United States a couple of dozen in Europe And it's obviously gotten a lot of publicity because it's a combination of two of our old friend delta and amacrine Well but if I've been vaccinated with the protocol that we've had so far a couple shots in a boost and so forth will that protect me generally from any hospitalization on this Yeah so all the scientists who have been working with this variant say that the immunity that we have from the vaccines or from prior infection should handle this new variant just fine So it's not like we have the new omicron that's out there that's going to work its way across the world and do what omicron did to us during the winter spread all over the world That's not what we're talking about at all This is just an interesting variant that's been uncovered through this sequencing that's a combination of two of the prior variants This came up earlier in the show today doctor if I have immunity because I had COVID but I haven't been vaccinated And another person has been vaccinated but never had COVID which of us is more protected from the virus Yet probably the person who's been vaccinated there's still some controversy about this but based on what we have seen in hospitals around the world the people who've been vaccinated have better protection from getting sick requiring hospitalization and even dying than somebody has had a prior COVID infection So if somebody out there has had a private prior COVID infection but has not yet been vaccinated And there's still a bunch of folks out there who found to that category I would recommend that you absolutely go get vaccinated Because the combination of prior infection plus vaccine that's terrific That puts you in a really good place So don't hesitate go ahead and get yourself vaccinated now Some of the police officers and city employees who are now past the vaccine deadline to get paid is said that since they already have had COVID they're already immunized I don't know if you have any thoughts for what the city should do with those employees Yeah well they do have some immunity I mean there's no question about that prior immunity prior infection does give immunity we just don't think it's as good as the combination of prior infection plus vaccine And I would say to the city employees who fall into this category of not yet being vaccinated you should get vaccinated This is safe These vaccines are safe I know there's still people out there who question that But we are now talking about many billions Not millions many billions of people around the world now who have been vaccinated with COVID vaccine We have not seen any terrible thing that's occurred as a result of the immunization So I can't imagine a better situation Jen than the knowledge that billions of human beings have received vaccines and have done fine So if you're not vaccinated please get vaccinated Still given the vaccination rate and the people who already are carrying some natural immunity I wonder if you think from a medical standpoint it would be dangerous for the city to just forgive these people and let them keep working in the public space without having been vaccinated Yeah I think at the current time it's not dangerous Thankfully the amount of virus that we have circulating the community is so low and let's hope is the weather continues to get nice That continues but we know from our experience last summer that is not necessarily what's going to happen Everyone should recall that at the beginning of last.

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Where Covid-19 vaccinations stand in the U.S.

Anna Davlantes

03:58 min | 1 year ago

Where Covid-19 vaccinations stand in the U.S.

"Weekend. Let's talk to Dr Jeffrey Copan. Now with the top medical news. He is the chief medical officer at Northwestern Medicine. Lake Forest Hospital, Doctor Copan. How you doing? By the end of Good afternoon. Good after you knew into the listeners on this beautiful, snowy day. I know you got appreciate it, don't you? And then, then it gets called super cold. I don't know if I appreciate that as much doctor Copan, but that's the way just that's what we have to deal with. Hey, I want to ask you about the vaccines in general get a lot of things to get to, But I just sort of, you know, I feel like that's top of mind for so many people getting the vaccine and I wonder sort of big picture. If you could just kind of give us your view. It seems we have to and distribution and others could be in the pipeline pretty soon. Just where are we right now? Yeah, I thought we wish we were way had more the quantity of vaccines that were available so we can move faster and get more jabs into people's arms. But it is what it is. We know that there's more coming. From the federal government s. Oh, that will be good. That will be helpful. And we also know that Mo Derna incisor had been able to pick up the pace of there. Manufacturers, So we should be seen Morva vaccine coming from those two companies over the next month or so, so that would be helpful. Then we fully expect the Johnson and Johnson will be bringing its data from its faith retrial. To FDA that should happen any day. It will then take f d a couple of weeks. To do its analysis. Then there's an independent advisory board that will look at the data and make its recommendation to FDA and our hope is by the end of this month. Johnson and Johnson's vaccine will be Proof from emergency use, and we'll start to get Johnson and Johnson's vaccine into use in the United States, and there's several million doses that apparently is ready to go. Once they get there, okay, and they're picking up the pace of their manufacturer is well. AstraZeneca, which has been its vaccine is the mainstay of what's been used in Britain. That data in its you ask trial should be coming to FDA shortly as well. So hopefully we'll have AstraZeneca in the United States Per happened, perhaps in March. And then there's also the number of that vaccine that hopefully will be seen that data pretty rapidly to So there's a bunch of new vaccines that should be giving into the pipeline within the next month or so, maybe a little bit longer, so there's a lot more coming. So all that's good news. It is good news, and it's not soon enough, but but we have to be patient. And it does seem as if how fortunate are we right that we have this many vaccines developed in record time and making it out. Folks, right? We just It's something. Yeah, I mean, really, you know, we we've talked about this before right that it's just It's incredible what the scientific community and the vaccine industry's been able to do. Get vaccines out to us this quickly. You know, we're coming up to the Anniversary next month of the first cases in the United States, and we're already giving vaccines. I mean, we now I mean, think about this good news. There are no more Americans. With gotten at least one dose of covert 19 vaccine, then his tested positive. Covert 19. That's a great great threshold that we just passed and I was so happy to see that obviously, they're more people who's had covert infections and have tested positive. But the fact that we now control that we've had more people getting at least one dose that is tested positive. That's a great place and that should make us all feel good that we're on our way. To the end of

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Chicago Will Not Increase Restaurant Capacity When State Allows

Chicago's Afternoon News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Chicago Will Not Increase Restaurant Capacity When State Allows

"Dr Kevin most is on the phone line. Of course. Kevin is the chief medical officer at Northwestern Medicine. Central to page Hospital, Doc. Welcome back. Hey, how you doing? I'm well, thanks. Okay, So first of all, some I don't know if you're up to speed on this or some housecleaning, so we're expected. I think widely to go into face for next week, Right? Is that your understanding? Correct. Okay, And so we've been trying to figure out so the mayor put out a statement today, saying that even if we're in phase for she's going to keep in place the 25% capacity or 25 person, whichever is less. But for phase for generally it's it's a guess could be up to local home rule governments. But generally there is no limit on the people in a restaurant as long as they can keep social distancing. So if you live out the side, the city it's going to be a little easier to get a table. If you're interested in that. It probably will. You know, I think that the restaurants are gonna be very safe and very smart and whether they go from 25 to 50 and make sure that their spacing is right. They want to stay open, so they're gonna do everything they possibly can to make sure it's a safe environment and that someone doesn't commit and say, Boy, these tables were 4 ft apart, and next thing you know, they're gonna get shut down. It's in their best interest to keep you safe. Yeah, I've always I mean, I have been eating out. And, um, you know, I've benefit from ignorance, but I felt pretty good restaurants. Once I learned you couldn't get it by, you know, food on the plate or things like that. You know, people keep their distance and I've been comfortable. I've got plans already. Resident reservations about tomorrow night. I think that the wait staff is very has been coached. In most cases that they know that they're standing farther back there standing to the side, they're not in direct contact there, minimizing their contacts. So, like I said, I think that the restaurants and the owners are Hey, we want to do what we can to keep business and we want to make sure we're keeping that only our employees safe but also our patrons

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Can at Northwestern medicine we've we've done over 12,000 of our colleagues so far, and you know it's important for our listeners to realize that we have think about the number of health care providers, frontline health care workers who have chosen to get vaccinated for those of us for those of you who are listening. Who are reticent or concerned about getting the vaccine. I want you to think about that all the people there's no hundreds, hundreds of thousands of actually more than a million In the United States. I think we've gone over two million now Frontline health care workers who've already received the vaccine. That's such a powerful statement that those of us that live in that this world that really understand vaccines feel very strongly. We should all get vaccinated with doing it ourselves. Dr. Jeffrey Copan is the chief medical officer at Northwestern Medicine Lake Forest Hospital. Let's take a quick break when we come back. Let's find out how long will it take to distribute the vaccine? We're doing frontline workers right now. Who's next? And when can everybody expect to have the opportunity? Where will you get it? Done? Will it cost money? Lots of questions to follow. 312981 72 100 If you have one map, Avala here with you on 7 20 w g N From all of us at WGN Increase and happy Holidays that Max back is a foundation dedicated to keeping the memory of Patrick Thomas McNamara alive through fundraising efforts and service projects. Sandri Patrick was just 13 when he passed away.

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Junior here on seven twenty WGN coming up after midnight Terry white is gonna join us talk about the new album still got me and there you go in the news is next from the northwestern medicine user we've been talking about the seven hundred percent jump in phone calls merging see complaints about fireworks in the city of Chicago and it seems to be not just a Chicago seems to be sort of nationwide that there's an excessive amount of fireworks being blown off and a we wanted to see what was happening in your area your squad on WGN guts what Hey I started in net how might be wrong on this but did you say somehow there guys get involved in I did not say the F. B. I. was getting involved never mind then I'm not alone in nothing really going on here bed but sleep during the day like I see current events local bank shut down pretty much what's going on here doesn't doesn't sound bad at all but in order to assist some somehow getting really the thanks to confuse the cop said the stolen out there our goal yeah well everybody's got a theory the squad it's just that it's really loud and really annoying and really inconsiderate especially for those who will be disturbed by it like we're talking about you know little kids and people without post stress disorder you know it's not it's not that not good so us what thanks for the call three one two nine eight one seven two hundred here's a Leslie on WGN I Leslie I'm calling from Ohio and specifically I live in Columbus okay I have a theory of why we have fireworks going off basically around the clock yes because everyone is excited about the renaming Flavortown yeah okay so that's that's what your theory is my theory on screen in mind all right thanks Leslie I think we've probably celebrate with a barbecue if that were yeah I don't know I don't know well for people who might not know there is a ridiculous petition that was out because I want to rename Columbus and they want to rename it to Flavortown because guy fieri is from Columbus and he says Flavortown and he's the mayor of Flavortown isn't he the mayor of Flavortown who voted for him everybody in everybody in Columbus vote for him as mayor of Flavortown three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number Kim is on WGN hi Kim hi there thank you I am calling from the south side and the fireworks years starting around Memorial Day which is very odd because it never heard tomorrow Memorial Day before it's usually a week or so before the fourth right I thought I didn't know what to think but they've been getting progressively worse I thought it was because of the game change then because that went over the whole weekend and people celebrate that and then I'm glad one of your callers mentioned solstice I forgot about that you buy the trick is this is an education for me because I know about it maybe I know about cherry bombs but the the power of these higher works is Janice boggling my mind yeah so hearing bad it's across the country realize that I'm not crazy in that I'm not just imagining something because there are more fireworks here some brilliant wonderful neighbor but shooting fireworks after one o'clock this morning can I I work from home some people are shooting them during the day and they're shooting them at night and they're you know there was no relief again tonight it's now it's relatively quiet and I hope it stays that way also don't call the police only because there are so many everywhere and I think someone should have fireworks for what five or ten minutes by the time the police come there generally are gone yeah and I don't want to waste their time I don't you know I wish they have more important things to do and and for them it must be challenging too because how can you tell whether it's fireworks are gone right and the last thing here there is presenter inspection right around the corner from me and every year I just wonder like people come on how can you do that yeah how can you do that knowing that you have veterans who are living a couple doors down for you how you all around the corner yeah I Hey it happens unfortunately it happened hello thanks okay I can take care three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number are you live in uptown I do I do I do and I would imagine is pretty prevalent in that area yeah I end the I mean the issue is is that I'm asleep during the day yeah and I have noticed a couple times you know because I'm leaving the in relatively in the early evening well even evening I'm usually walking to my car around eight o'clock yeah and I've noticed it and I did think to myself aha that's weird but get like Kim said hearing all these people saying no you're not crazy it is out of it is out of the ordinary there is a huge uptake of it has really made me realize you know where it's at with the whole thing and I guess I count myself lucky that I don't have to be trying to sleep right now yeah you know I I really do and trust every as you well know where the king of trying to sleep through the disturbances were the kings of that yeah you know I had they were doing masonry work on my building all for the last two weeks we get you don't sleep.

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"One seven two hundred the news is next from the northwestern medicine news room Frankie private is my is my guest right now Oscar winning songwriter leader of the band Frankie and the knockouts and he Frankie what's it like to collaborate with Cyndi Lauper extraordinary artists you know I started writing with her Russia and the waiter writing one world she left her coat down in the lobby and I had to drop it off at the room and so I walked in and they were jamming the musicians that and I started seeing just camping with them and she came in the room and said you're riding with us today now I'm writing with their gate and he goes out well after Serbia coming back and we're gonna finish this song together so that that's where our song writing relationships started then we came back to the state he was doing a record and she said I want you to write or maybe with me on that record so I got my cousin does the Macallan myself and we wrote a bunch of songs with her one call that night you remember what you just played and you know working with her and out and still alone at the time produced a couple of tracks in a sitting and watching an artist close your eyes and put a vocal down that is like close to perfect in and she looks up and you guys had that down go in Austin because I could do it better for you yes you must be I'm unbelievable talent and and songwriters she's one of one of the best yeah I mean she's got such an incredible voice I mean she's such a great singer I think I think people under you know under appreciate her at you just as far as like you know vocally you know vocally because she's just a got incredible voice she just nails it every time I made it the unheard of that beat the shift closer rising goes into a trance and it will you know everything that comes out of his teens to be magical yeah you know it's hard it's hard when you're trying to calm three three vocals which one is better than if you pull that off life is so I mean he's really a great art yeah yeah it's it's got to be if it had to be a great time to work with her really open my eyes to a whole other world because I was getting out after being out being blessed to win an academy award doors were opening for me to work with the eighteen and so you know you've got a chance to see what kind of life is and and how you know cheaper stars are treated exactly and and how you're accepted into that world because of you know a song in our power music yeah yeah hello my like really kind of changed my life no confidence yeah yeah I became a songwriter Serbian artists that became a songwriter right they listen you know you mentioned you guys make your parents on Fridays yet to get that band together what was it like to be on Fridays because you had Larry David yet Michael Richards all those people do what what was it like that extra Larry David actually is the one who introduced you know what you know right right yeah no knock out yeah at my first meeting of him and then Madeline Kahn was on that show home man yeah and you know Kramer yeah right bye bye right history and so it it it was you know I was hadn't gig and three years though was like I was like in in okay I can do this I can do that yeah yeah let me let me just keep Michael and go out there and it's like riding a bike you know I'm just talking by striking myself up so it was just you know it went in came so fast but it was the it got me back on the bike and being you know musician again after three years the knocking yeah yeah now that's great that's great Hey you know I like I said I saw you on the tour with with lover boy that was the first time I I I saw you guys live was an affront to work great I mean there I believe the Canadian correct yeah yeah they are yeah just the great beyond great the thing are you good songs very good combination of franking AQAP lover boy the more type of you know pop rock music yeah Hey you know upbeat kind of music that we were a great combination and we complement each other yeah it was a lot of fun yeah it was great it was a great I remember it being really great show and I was like I took it I took a girl on a first date to that show I've also yeah another really good day and that was a good combination for us was telling that we toured with Tylenol sure and that that that that was a really escape in bath yeah it was very well yeah very cool Hey Frank you what what's it like to win an Oscar tell me about that tell me about that night you know I was sitting in the middle of the road and I told the other you know Aston John body to do it if we win that they call our name don't run out jump on the stage because we're gonna be on a timer and I'm in the middle of the row and they're gonna start the timer when you hit you know the stage so I'm sitting there product but but I brought my mother and father yeah and and and my father's listening to all of the songs they need a I just heard all the songs and you're gonna win and I looked at him I said dad do not put the Beloit kia I'll just go to that and so I believe it was Dudley Moore and Liza Minnelli bay that Navistar names and of course the other two riders jump up in the run up on the stage and I'm trying to get out in the middle of the row yeah so a good maybe fifteen seconds or so had gone by and they were standing up there and I I kind of got up there and the first thing out of my mouth was it was the gentleman that told me that he was going to change my life and not that I should write a song for this movie dirty dancing so I'd like to thank you for changing my life that was my opening line and I ended it with I just like to thank my parents for the best available on that story that's all you know what I can actually I'll tell you some free we have the audio in order that was placed back.

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Young woman with COVID-19 gets double lung transplant in Chicago

America's First News

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Young woman with COVID-19 gets double lung transplant in Chicago

"Surgeons in Chicago giving a new set of logs to a young woman with severe damage from the corona virus northwestern medicine announcing the procedure on Thursday transparency market are custom medicine successfully performed a double lung transplant Asian coastlines are severely damage from cold in nineteen this patient is a young woman in her twenties who spent about six weeks in the cold at ICU on a ventilator as well as a crack mall which is a device to support heart lungs when they fail by early June the patience runs short of our civil damage and a lung transplant was the only option this important milestone indicates that while the transplant procedure in these patients is quite challenging technically it can be done safely and it offers the terminally ill call it nineteen patients another option for survival I'm happy to report that the patient is in stable condition and improving every day why is he still has a long road ahead of her I'm extremely hopeful that she's going to make a full recovery the Chicago patient on a ventilator and heart lung machine for almost two months before her operation last

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3rd case of coronavirus confirmed in Illinois

Nick Digilio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

3rd case of coronavirus confirmed in Illinois

"The third case of the coronavirus in Illinois the patients been quarantined in the hospital Dr Kevin most chief medical officer at northwestern medicine telling WGN coals it nineteen has the same symptoms as the common cold influenza and pneumonia and that's the problem that we have these individuals who have passed away from this because they've got underlying morbidities and mortalities whether it be as my heart disease COPD you know these people have been killed but to help the people seem to be doing quite well with the service bureau and washing your hands are your best defense from viruses

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Is next from the northwestern medicine newsroom here on WGN and we're gonna be talking about Tom long movies apparently the new bond movie is just about three hours long so we'll talk about some the longest Hollywood movies and movies that were too long classic standup comedy segment we're gonna be playing back some David spade we played back on a stand up comedy at two thirty every morning taken from the classic Johnny Carson show and some of the great comedians that have passed through those doors and the the classic Johnny Carson show by the way you can watch on every night on antenna TV I suggest you do also some weird majors that your college probably didn't offer and that we didn't do know your onion yesterday we forgot we totally forgot so we're gonna do and know your onion at three thirty no you're on is this contest that we have Thomas your host and he will read a news headline to you and you have to decide whether it is a real headline or a fake comedy headline from the satirical fake newspaper the union so news in real world now is very weird so sometimes it's hard to tell between a real headliner and an onion headline so we'll get to people on the line each will play one round and whoever knows the most about their onion knows the difference between real news headline on the news headline will win so well we had not told him in here earlier he is an award winning mind reader any freak me out and there's an element of sort of magic to what he does and but we want to talk about magic tricks and what with the best magic tricks ever created I'm so I have here in article about the best magic tricks ever created and what would the best magic shows that you've ever seen even the magic shows I'm sure you've seen magic you would who your favorite magicians what your favorite tricks to talk or text to us right now it's three.

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Northwestern medicine newsroom and after the news the insurer from scene at dot com is gonna be joining us okay so they release these new hats that have the cubs and socks logos on them the city the flag and then a slice of deep dish pizza depicted on the hat and the dumb and now we're talking about sports teams in Chicago sports teams logos and the yeah here's it some some texts of command if you want to jump in its three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two ninety one seventy one for talking text a four seven says no food on a baseball hat at all I mean I'm cool with that yeah I'm very cool that seven eight one says tell me from bought Boston Tommy from Boston stay would just the black elegant socks yeah the great it's a great logo it's a great have a great year for the boss is good with the they do very simple logos yeah you know red Sox just the red be seven oh eight says so this is just Joe you put a pot hole on the I like the construction site in the pothole and those are both aware if my from evinces says cracker thin crispy crust pepperoni sausage mushrooms onions black olives green peppers and anchovies you got to have the anchovies that's a little much for me I don't like nine thousand toppings on my pizza maybe two three at the most at like nine million eight four seven so the Blackhawks logo is the best logo ever yes Blackhawks number one it's not even close all sports anywhere I agree I also like the one where it's like that to tomahawks cross yeah I really like that one that's going let's see okay so coming in last as the Blackhawks next coming in fifth is the bulls I like the bulls logo I think it's cool don't you think the bulls won Mexico is a fantastic guy hasn't changed over I think it's a wee bit hasn't always just baffles logo yeah and plus you got Benny the bull I love Betty he's so silly yeah well he's a mascot is supposed to be coming in fourth is the Chicago fire I like that logo I think they recently switched up I think having that number three is the white Sox we're talking about the current logo for the white Sox number two the cubs and number one the bears that's how they rank in I mean the bears log out here is like a great I'm like I would pick the cops because I'm you know I love the Cup sure sure yet if the bears logo is awesome yeah and they have changed the Chicago fire logo have they yeah it's no longer they no longer looks like a like a fireman's logo you know how it's kinda looks like yeah no no no that's what it that's what I'm looking at right now yeah but now it's it kind of just a a blue oval that's a Chicago fire FC and to almost crown looking things in the middle that one at that reflect each other top half is yellow bottom half is red kind of indistinct but it looks more European looks more like it would be something like an hour European soccer team logo yeah okay might it the bears the bears logo is legendary I think it's great it's another it's but I think the bears the bulls have similar logos badass animals like they're angry they're both angry but they're not yeah and also you gotta love Staley you gotta love stay away and the man so what do they say here about the cubs coming in second try your best to forget that night you were working too late in the library and stumbled toward the red line only to discover that it was filled with to the rail filled rail to rafters was drunk Wrigley boroughs yelling incoherently and making the entire eastern side of the city physically emotionally uncomfortable because this logo is one of Chicago's best I hate overzealous American patriotism as much as the next frustrated socialist okay this is not me talking by the way yeah this is the author but baseball might be one of the country's most genuinely charming traditions the cubs logo invokes that tradition it's pure red white and blue motif that recalls the however flawed down home patriotism of the county fair and the midway it helps that Wrigley Field is one of America's oldest standing stadiums folks have been eating catch up free hot dogs in catching foul balls there for more than a century this logo is a is designed simplicity as it at its best a circle is always a reliable foundation shape in this case it lays the framework for the CD itself V. E. R. UBS breaks up what would have been the monotony of if the C. continued its circular motion thus making the image more dynamic.

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"AM are in the news is next from the northwestern medicine news room right here on WGN my guess right now are Kevin cell when in doubt can Alexander there the coal authors of a book called the suspect Olympic bombing the FBI the media and Richard jewel the man caught in the middle and let's welcome back Kent's welcome back Sir N. Kevin welcome back thank you all right so the this story is just such a such a such a it's it's such a complicated one and and it has so many twists and turns in so many characters tracking it down looks at some of the major people that were involved in this are have passed away so tracking down and getting all the getting all the information how how difficult was that for for you guys to to to double check on everything Kevin well that was a young it was quite a project that will can I got to camp and I got together five years ago and since that time we have done a hundred and eighty seven original interviews we are read through more than ninety thousand pages of documents wow we get multiple freedom of information act request really aren't higher goal was to have such a such an enormous troop of accessing the curial and understand that the characters even though some of them have passed away so the we understood what they were thinking at certain times we can recreate their inner monologue if you if you think about that in writing columns and so the whole idea was how do you how do you put together a book from this information so that you feel like you were there in real time at at and did some holding the only way to do that is to have enough information so that you can take readers into those scenes and that those things can unfold in a very cinematic way yeah one for your point of view can how of what was that process like for you I was fascinated was are not just re living history that I'd gone through but discovering so much I didn't know if you're a new half the story a new much less so one of the things I enjoy doing was reading literally hundreds of FBI trio choose their call that's reports of interviews so we got to see exactly what was going on the investigation and how was unfolding and what all these characters were saying and people who passed away what they said at the time one is really fun things was just coming across all sorts of cashews information we never expected to get for instance Richard Jewell's widow came out and biased interviewer several times and we helped removed from their homestead in central Florida where a ball richer stuff was we came back with fifteen boxes of Richard's photographs in high school annual some plaques and every we end up getting a hold of nine boxes are boxes of another woman characters don Johnson the F. B. I.'s yeah and he was a pack rat we were able to reconstruct his entire life from not just from the interviews we did all around his own writings which was really really fun and I'm Cathy Scruggs another art main characters reporter the paper almost every day and we had our family scrapbook we had those from a writing partner her partner at the agency is full file so it's fine digging into all this and pulling out of it stories that made these characters very real and come to life in the book yeah you also have what you mentioned don Johnson who is a major character in the and you can he can the book and that you guys have some exclusive photos that have never been seen before of the the interview the videotaped interview that don Johnson did with the without with Richard so tell tell us about don Johnson well I don Johnson was a is the amount that you're a lot all right err FBI agent good job really seriously did some great work use a little across the side and he just in a great success interviews and string at one point and when you move down to Atlanta from Albany New York twenty out of twenty one convictions in bank robberies at the end he had an edge to it and so he was somebody who came to Atlanta with the past nobody knows knew about I certainly didn't know about and we end of digging into that a bit in the book right he becomes big key FBI agent in many ways and so central character are book because she does the very first interview of Richard Jewell and in that interview with some work for the SBA office right in the middle of the Olympics on that same day it's Katie Couric interviewed Richard jewel there was a videotape of that and I I I just could not believe the way he handled this interview and that's not a good thing so he was so there are three things going on Moran and those are things going on a cruise is it that that crucible crucible interview in many ways we are determined how the entire store investigation went from that point forward so he's a really interesting guy you've got the family man and all that but he he was just a different kind of agent and some of the work was great some of the work is really problematic okay now let's talk a little bit about yet we can say some kind of yeah I was just going to put him on dancing context a little bit yeah to to just to say you know if you think about Richard Jewell Kathy Scruggs and don Johnson what they represent in many ways is the fact that here we are in the middle of the Olympic Games so Michael Johnson's gonna run is gold shoes and try to be the first person ever to win the two hundred and four hundred meters right Kerry struggles are amazing vault and Bella Karoli Kerikeri search hobbling right to the to the point I mean there so the backdrop for this the story is so much fun because you're set against the largest peacetime event in history the nineteen ninety six Olympic Games and you've got you've got all these amazing athletes with their own ambitions was it interesting to me about a the lead characters in our in the suspect the fact that each one of them has their own ambitions each one of them if you could if I can use a tortured metaphor is going for his or her own gold don Johnson really needs to make a case of Caspar Lee wants to capture the guy who did the bombing Richard Jewell is desperately trying to get back into law enforcement Kathy Scruggs is desperately trying to break the story and so when you stick the happy and bishop into the Petri dish of the Olympic Games you really you really have a nice kind that element of eight for things to go horribly wrong if they did could be held for tremendous trauma yeah well I mean you could a it doesn't get more dramatic than the Olympics that's for sure yeah okay you guys hang on okay we when I want to break again and we're gonna hit the news and then afterwards on talk a little bit more with you guys is that okay sure that's great okay great okay you guys hold on a second that's Kent Alexander and Kevin Saul when they are the author or authors of the book the suspect in Olympic bombing the FBI the media and Richard jewel the man caught in the middle fascinating book really really great great to greatly written and we're gonna talk more about it after the news right here and double jet.

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08:35 min | 2 years ago

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"From the northwestern medicine newsroom let's get back to our conversation with Dan Feinberg TV critic for The Hollywood Reporter follow ma ana Facebook and we've been Twitter at the fine print if I eat anywhere in the the middle of talking about his top ten best TV shows of the decade Dan welcome back thank you much okay we're number seven number seven I I'm surprised because I know how much you love the show surprised it was at seven I thought it would be higher and that's halt and catch fire there were a lot of good TV shows this decade Nick I can only handle can only fit so many so high now yeah I I will call to catch fire and I love helping people to watch catch fire batons I think that will help them catch fire came out there was a lot of using writing about it I I think that there were a lot of people who just dismissed it as being bad then only with computers I think there were a lot of people who work out on your question is cable shows about a troubled man and interpreted the two female characters of the show's hard at that the show's hard as being kind of silly area being unnecessary to the show and then a lot of people just keep going and didn't check back with the show I didn't see this beautiful war hander did it became we're yes it was kind of about the damaged anti heroes at the center really and truly it was about the two female characters played by Carrie Fisher a and because you gave us and friendship between those characters and the relationship between them and it's the kind of thing that it is never depicted on TV with this level of of service ness and emotion and the show gets better and better as it goes along because it is so invested in its characters and I don't know that I've ever had him motioning reaction I had to last four five episode yeah the show there are scenes where I think back on an alley and the penultimate episode I get up just thinking about them right now because we were just so right for the moment yeah and if it's a beautiful shown more people should check it out okay coming in those six number six is such a great show bojack horseman and this was one of the shows that surprised the hell a surprise the hell out of me down because I was like what is this and I expected nothing and then moved in the show had no right being as emotionally you know put up scarring as it was and and and you know in dealing with the issues that are dealt with intelligently and brilliantly and and really powerfully and also being really funny so that I mean I wrote an animated be an animated movie about to an animated show about a has been horse you know star I just thought what is this you know but it's brilliant watch it in you think initially okay how how to cure the animals are ha ha funny ha ha ha lots and lots of jokes but they need to pause my my TV for normal to constantly be reading every single street sign every movie poster you know my gosh this is to show that what cons this is a show the lots were playing at this is a show that hoping to decipher what Hollywood sign it just referring to it as hold for the next five thank you all and then hello we messed up all of the characters are and how the show isn't just gonna let the characters he messed up in funny ways sure we delve into addiction yeah the weather we need to change from birth or whether they were from your upbringing your church several major channels as characters to eat it just to show that as you say it's it's so much deeper than it needed to be and if some of the best episodes of the decade particularly the underwater episode which is white there with teddy Perkins right there with on demand yes from breaking bad right the suitcase from Batman if you're putting together a best of the decade list he under the sea episode is for sure there I love both Jack and I I hope that it sticks the landing in its last episode in the early twenties right it's too soon I agree with you that it's a great show number five thirty for thirty the documentary see as a as a series on E. S. P. N. I have to say I've only watched a few of them and obviously you know the O. J. made America is one of the guys perhaps the greatest documentary I've ever seen in my life so I understand why why it's included did you did you like the series as a whole as well it's a remarkable thing that's our bill Simmons and his collaborators your card shall also launched idea I think we're losing now more responsible for okay did you know you were breaking up for a second here for second to try to keep going yeah we're here god it's it's just the best thing that ESPN has ever done or been involved with and I I could have just put J. made in America in my in my top ten percent of the plans that that there but okay okay easily thirty for thirty documentary miniseries event it is part of this site and regardless of what movie people wanted to pretend when they gave it an Oscar and all of that it's it's a kia earrings and part of the reach TV documentary series and it's not the only greed entries so you know if you wanted to go back to the earliest of the thirty to thirty entries that actually aired in twenty ten you could look at something like the to Escobar's which is about soccer but also Colombian politics you could go back she knew winning time about Reggie Miller and the Pacers rivalry with the Knicks and it's just that your ticket will sleep one wonderful wunderdog sports documentary just one after another in the initial round you know what I'll be initial round of thirty films like ten of them were great you know the one really good and then maybe five for that it's a it's a real achievements and I wish there people watched it consistently and thought if that is the kind of holistic thing it it okay number four on your list is breaking bad which is not a surprise the thing that has to be made clear is that my role for this list was shows don't have to have premiered in the decade but I'm only considering the episodes of the show got it here in the decade got it to me that seems like a fair rule I've had I've had plates with people who think that the show has to a premiered in the decade that's not how TV works right it's tell movies work movies are closed ended in two hours whatever decade the premier but do you know with thinking about the first two seasons were a decade ago they don't count on my list if everything afterwards and the it's D. basically the free trade of suspense and tension and character shifting drama as the show all the towards its end complete with one of the best last season's ever I already mentioned that all the media seems unquestionably one of the five best episodes of the decade it is this a show full of marvelous performances wonderful writing some of the best directing and editing and music and cinematography on TV right it's just a great show hi Dan hang on okay sure hi Dan Feinberg is with us we'll talk a little bit more about the about his top ten best TV shows the decade and more of a we got a break for the news which is next yeah now five on seven twenty WGN and Hey sweet new phone yeah I just switch to boost mobile and got for free Samsung galaxy eight twenty phones from the bottom from the came from the struggle from the pain yeah I got the for free phones part but did you just call the.

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"Northwestern medicine newsroom coming up at the top of the hour right now joins us right now readying the television meteorologist here in Chicago and a professor I don't have your full bio in front of me but it says for for a year and adjunct professor at Loyola University and if you should be urologist at Lewis university yeah kind of works in those kind of Norway is been handed on what we were talking about climate change aviation urology I get some more in both Pat right yeah I think so yes I let's start with the let's just start with what the weather's going to be looking like as Rick still very much in the game I get a lot of data from Rick it doesn't do it again do you like it or not he is always in my sending it too much that's fine I can always swipe right the it was like a great thank you I'm not the packages being open the bag is always being open don't don't worry about it right so he's got to still again who's watching all these things and and for two days Rick was sending very urgent emails to me about what this is going to look like he is right over the next you know from from now and that really the rest of the story is what's going to happen in northwest Indiana and how cold it's going to get right yeah I know I'm gonna put the work urging on I hate that term comes the weather I mean I do it is what it is and it only urging that you don't have to deal with the away like I mean how often are key I'd be parents should this time of the year mom were Michael others and if you can't find your your take your brother is right that the I guess right right well I'm everything surgeon to me you know the things that are and usually call it that for this time of the year so that's.

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02:41 min | 3 years ago

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"Health northwestern medicine she is now the medical adviser for the make Henry county department of health and can we please talk about vaccinations we love to you know we want everybody to know McEnery county and throughout the United States that we all have the power to protect ourselves from disease right and you know what it is it's vaccines they're safe and they're effective and they continue to keep bad diseases from coming to this country when I first had my son Michael he's twenty now and I have Dylan who sixteen you just kind of went through the motions you did what your doctor told you you got vaccinations and then there were new ones that were introduced and there was an H. P. V. one and I said oh I don't know should I DO IT should I not you need to have a good relationship with your pediatrician I asked her did you vaccinate your kids she said yes my kids have gotten every vaccination I get a flu shot every year you guys the mom said come back the measles have come back because we stop vixen nating yes that's absolutely correct and people don't realize it because I don't see it every day you know we used to those of us there a little bit older okay I'm not point any fingers here tells you know those of us that are a little older we had measles we knew what it was like it right miserable or home for days getting ready sunglasses member watching TV yeah so people have forgotten about with our three D. glasses fly they lied to you yeah well it will still the disease it still kills impacted kills two hundred and forty five children a day worldwide right so when the countries that don't have the money like we do to provide vaccinations right what's happening so we need to remember that if we stop vaccinating our children that they're going to get the measles again because of international travel right so all those countries that do live measles those folks can bring it to us and they come over here on exactly were pretty high risk area because of that so our goal of course as public health officials and hopefully as community members is to protect the people that can't get vaccines are babies right if our babies get sick so for example grandparents you think you are fully immunized right but maybe you're not maybe you haven't had a whooping cough vaccine for ten or twenty years you're gonna be a new grandparent you need to get booster shot so adults to is there nothing about absolutely because whooping cough can kill a child right an infant especially under the age of six months old right and so we need to check and see if you're you know again if you're going to be a new grandparent or you're an adult who was a care taker that's going to care for someone skin for a weekend or whatever yeah you better make sure that you're up to date of course you're McEnery county.

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07:17 min | 3 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Northwestern medicine newsroom all right fiftieth anniversary of Apollo eleven mission is this Saturday and then we are talking with Ron pile who is an author and journalist is an editor in chief of ad astra magazine and he's the author of many books including this really beautiful coffee table book called first on the moon the Apollo eleven fiftieth anniversary experience and let's welcome ride back Ron welcome back hello all right Hey you know what well during the break there I was like two around online and I found this really amazing picture which I'm sure you've seen of eight after not from the Apollo missions who gather together and took a and took a picture and I have you seen this picture probably doesn't ring a bell right away but as one time or another this was a this is a few months ago they gather together in March and they took they took off and yeah have you seen buzz Aldrin's outfit in this is the one you're talking about yeah everybody this boot in here but I was there and I think it was one of your get your **** to Marge he search although I'm I'm raising their yeah and the stars and stripes suspenders neon was left wrist did you see closely you've got a bracelet of crystal called on the other wrist you've got to be I mean we just real trends that are you know yeah well it's a beautiful picture it's very very cool yeah really guys together everybody in talks is acceptable yeah Hey tell us about the to speak of an astro you guys have the fiftieth anniversary edition of it after tells all about that so I want to do something special for the anniversary imprint and re done the book and I was editing a magazine anywhere close to a special edition so the commission that to be almost done absorber like that one for about fifty sixty pages two hundred and put on a nice heavy stock glossy cover and eat it I knew they were gonna be about special edition magazines out all of the work as many of the expected but most of them are you know our articles the Derry interviews with some of the astronauts and and re telling of the story but I really want to get some of the stories that we don't hear much about and I got so many in fact that I'm having overlap bunch up with the next couple issues but there is one on we did interview with buzz about a year ago which went on for quite some like could you talk a little bit about his experiences then what about the future and you're working with China and so forth and then there was another very comprehensive article about building the Apollo capsule with command module and are challenging that was the different iterations of it another one about the lunar module but I wrote and and then a couple profiles on the cruise I recreated the stock from the kid interview that I did yeah of the Sunday asked not to just kind of an eclectic collection things than one big Whopper at four thousand word article that I wrote that was an excerpt from the there's kind of an amendment what part of the book I took two or three of those chapters on the actual process of getting their landing and what they did on the surface so that was kind of a large centre piece of it and is it an a can people get it yeah it's it's it goes all members but we just yesterday actually this morning I take it back this morning we got online on a speckled issue I as I assess you you so if you look there under an astronaut digitally maybe you can split it up later yeah it's yeah we live for six Bucks which is about a third the price of any other special edition about their that's great man get express really okay one more Paulo thing before we break here there's an Apollo eleven look up a merciful live show will tell us about that so this is a guy this is put together by a guy named Lucas vaguely Eddie who I know he was in Switzerland and he's a really fascinating guy but about conference years ago he is a pilot so he applies for addicts with their wives you are quite big heavy thousands of flights across the Atlantic but he just has this undying love for Apollo so years ago the open this museum of twenty one conflicts with the policies the incredibly and they have contributed to what the experiment the Apollo eleven some sort of the centerpiece of it and he decided you know what do you two want is some special the anniversary so he got together with men **** and hear people wait fifteen million dollars and so they debuted this the Rose Bowl in Pasadena Hartig stadium here yeah and it's this huge capital that big eight hundred or a thousand people and it's article three sides of the stage the first half is kind of like traditional museum theater which you might see a lot of explaining about what was important and why it mattered some of the intricacies of going there it could take the form of a grandfather telling his granddaughter about what this all meant to a white school board didn't keep working on the phone and you set up with your phone list maybe about a lot of thank you bye kind of expect yeah and then the second half it just takes off and the staging and the theater craft this is John dropping subs mention a couple of things these are spoilers converted been written up elsewhere this is the wonderful scream about twenty five feet across the come down the ceiling the beginning of the second half new second look that could be and it's pretty watch and they slowly with the CG I this project that inside the cylinder they do a build out of the Saturn five from the inside out digitally wow and then this big rocket sitting in front of you it looks life size and then it takes off slowly slowly with this Graham and there's Shaiman fire coming out the bottom of the that's all lit up with this cheat or SSI to shaking of the speaker or rocket takes off and then the other highlight which was just sensational was across the back of the stage they have the mission control team facing you over the console now it's the landing and they're going through the high points the landing of very intense intense music on the lighting is low and then from that stain so under the feeling is lowered what looked to me to be a life size mockup of a lamb the quad jets are firing the main engines fire gonna come down land in the middle of the stage and it goes on from there and I gotta tell you with no shame whatsoever I lasted about halfway down vertically and then I started this just sob yeah just brought it all back yeah so this role and so present again to have made it's coming to Chicago well it's traveling and I'm pretty sure Chicago is on the agenda I at least of what we're working all that out yeah get the venues wind up but it is traveling over the next three years we'll be going I think the fifteen cities on how does one of its great okay website is the Apollo eleven show dot com if anybody wants to check it out Apollo eleven show dot com Apollo eleven showed up yeah okay great route hang out you betcha I rod is with us run piles with us we got more space to talk about I'm gonna get the news was coming up in just a couple minutes welcome back everybody Nick.

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Google, AI And Lung Cancer discussed on Joel Riley

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06:55 min | 3 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Have still not decided who you're going to vote for in the mayor election here in Chicago or maybe for the treasurer's office. So we'll talk a little bit about that later on because some headlines, I think bumped that really away from people's attention. So we'll touch on that. And also talk a little bit about Lucy is a story in regards to her experience with Joe Biden, and the way people are feeling about that wanna tell you. I about a great event we have coming up on Friday night and comedian Paul far Varnai. Are we have? A couple of events coming up. This is our first one out of the gate. Yeah. Right. I'm looking forward to it back in the friendly confines of the west suburbs. Where I feel comfortable Glen ellyn MIR to episode broke. Yeah. Very my heard singer familiar with it. I know exactly where we are performing in these stand up for scholars LL event on April fifth, and that's this Friday night. And we want you to go to a x CD HD L dot org and click on events and you'll get right there. But to tell us more about it. We have sandy Moran. Who's joining us in studio. Thank you so much for inviting us to participate. Yeah. Thanks for offering to support us for this event. And thanks for having us here today. It's going to be really great. It's Friday evening. The Hillary is as supporting our scholarship program, and we're trying to raise funds to continue supporting the next generation of caregivers, and we we awards scholarships for area students that reside in the service areas of central. Page down there hospital. We are the auxiliary of northern northwestern medicine, and we support central page Donaghmore. And you know, we're extremely proud of this program. And it's just a great. It's just going to be a great vent. Now, an when she talks about the scholarship program, and how you know, this is intented intended to support that program tells a little bit about how some of the students get involved, and what this does to help them in their careers. So there you go. That was me. Okay. So it basically these students are they started the high school level. And now go all the way through really med school. We have a lot of kids currently in the med school program. But one thing they all have in common is they are pursuing a career in healthcare. So these kids and these students are the future of medicine. These are what we are seeing for the future of what in our hospitals in our our communities. So ideally to us when these students come back after they've left the community, and they go and they do their their schoolwork and they come back. We love when they come back, and they actually work in our local hospitals, and we have a great example of one of those her name is Emily. She is a labor and delivery nurse in down there. And she to me is a great example of the face of a scholarship program. Because not on the only did she grow up in the area. She was a multiple year scholarship recipient. She came back to work as a labor and delivery nurse at Donner hospital, and she'll be at the event and Friday nights really excited for you to meet her, and again, they're they're so many great stories we're going to be showing some video of our scholarship recipients as well. Yeah, it'll be great. In addition to the video, and of course, Paul and I approve forming tells a little bit about the sort of schedule of events, I know the doors open at six thirty doors open six thirty open bar. It's going to be a dinner tasting experience and the program will begin around seven or eight o'clock and Pao will start off and we'll have pollen then we'll have. Him. Open bar still remain going when I start. I'm asking for the crowd. We'll be closed during the program. Oh, really? Yeah. Oh, no. That's good or bad section will have service to the table. Yeah. We'll have a VIP section and then the open bar will be closed. But there will be a wine poll where they can go, and they can they can actually cork the wine and drink it while they're there. Participate. We'll have live auction. We have some great live action items. We have Bentley for a weekend. And. You know? A New York getaway. Broadway tickets with backstage tour. Some some great some great things happening and some live music and joining us as part of the band duct now dot Tony. What are you? What's the name of the band? It's a little bit of a medical name vital signs thought. It was pretty fitting. How long have you been a musician? I've been a musician my whole life. I'm eighty five years old. Come on. Then I was gonna say I don't know who your plastic surgeon is well done, my friend, John Kufuor. But no, we have a great cover band. Vital signs. We've been playing in the western suburbs. Probably for the last twenty years. My daughter Emily is sitting next to me. And she's our singer at this point. And Hello Hello. We have a great lively band, and we're planning on rock in the house with everyone else on you that open bar though. We already know. What is it? What is one of your favorite songs, and maybe not necessarily your favorite to you look forward to coming up. But what makes a ban really clicks? Sometimes because I think there's a different energy, obviously. So we whenever we can have fun. And whenever we see that. Everyone's having fun. That's the Mark of a good song for us. So we encourage crowd participation. We have tons of percussion instruments. Tambourine can be John Giambi. They ask we'll start a little drunk circle for. Yeah. So there are musician. We could feature your happy to have your play. That's the best part about our banners. We're all encompassing. Yeah. And we do we do take requests here. And there if we know them and we're good at them. But. I'll have an opportunity for all of our guests to participate in ask for a request as well. So you have like a jar people can. What would you what do you think you're going to request? Patios are no name. The last movie I saw so it'll be a Queen song. I'm sure requests shoot. Start warming up my voice. So like Joan Jett. So I love rock and roll. All right. Yeah. And that's. Right now to do you have any Miley Cyrus? Pre two thousand. So there you go that's pads favor. Let's say a quick break. Here. We were hanging out with our friends of north western medicine is obviously a big part of this because he has are under the umbrella of northwestern and central Japan hospital and down the hospital or hospital..

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"From the northwestern medicine newsroom. Forced I the real conduct matters. And the Anna davlantes the batters in studio a law actually matters, but not here, but not enough to be here today. Oh, look at all. That's that. Seems harsh doesn't it? Hydrocare. Thank you very much with your showed it. Well, we got Kevin Powell sitting in his seat. He did this yesterday put on our heels, and he was getting my hair done in the morning. And he crawls up in like a little kid putting on his mother's clothes. That's what he does. What do you think of self made billionaires from the Kardashian clan? That's my next Powell Howell, by the way. As a rant on the self made billionaire. What's her name Jenner Kylie Jenner? Yeah. Yeah. I got it. There's so many is these young Instagram stars are behaving so badly. Now damn kids. I know, but I believe that one of them will be president before maybe even before twenty twenty. I don't know the world's changing so quickly. That's one of the things. I think it was driving the desire to get into USC for Laura Laughlin Lachlan's kids ceremony. And she was a brand advocate online. And it would be better for the brand. If she got into that school because you can make a lot of money. If you have a lot of people checking out the stuff that you're endorsing their own brand. But they never done anything. Oh, I know it's substance brand. I can't explain it. I'm just telling you what I saw. I gotta go guys. But before I do we had on a woman earlier today who was a college. Admissions adviser, very interesting. We've got so many calls and texts of four her we've invited her to come on our show Saturday at ten thirty Saturday ten thirty in the morning. I'll be there. Very good. Thanks. Thank you, Joe celebrates the most valuable person on the planet. Weekday mornings at seven twenty seven twenty WGN. Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio and tune in capital offer.

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"northwestern medicine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sponsored by northwestern medicine, orthopedics and a relentless pursuit of better medicine. In Troy Murray here in Pittsburgh Blackhawks down by a couple, but they have an opportunity to get back within one. Let's say citgo fueling good power play. Right now Blackhawks play goals and six of the past eight games. Second third worst. I should say. On the power play on the road. Only seven twenty goals have come on the road. So they need to turn things around here. Under down by a couple of good opportunity. Tapes wins the draw to Kane who scored the last road power play goal. Gusta select point now to Kane top right circle. Ks slaps it over the left corner. The bracket picks up the puck puts it left point Gusta sent packing heat flat. Top left circle the Gusta. Son main poplar right struggle. Good of these cars and quick as a cat Alex debrincat past the Smith. He grabbed the puck on his stick and a quick flipping motion of the wrist shot pizza Smith it's a power play goal. And the hawks are on the board trailing two to one nineteen goals on the season for debrincat, that's his fifth on the Citco fueling good. Power play. This is just great movement. Good patients starting on one side of the ice from debris to Guston. He froze everybody threw it back to Patrick Kane. There's little seem they're better than the business that Patrick Kane to find that little seam and he throws it right over to the break it in one quick motion. It is in the back.

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Bad news for night owls: Late risers may die sooner, study finds

Rush Limbaugh

01:45 min | 4 years ago

Bad news for night owls: Late risers may die sooner, study finds

"Beast running loose at one hundred sixty six than saint nicholas police found the animal and it was a raccoon so harlem remains tiger free at a new report says night owls are likely to die sooner then morning people it's enough to make you reset your alarm clock dodger kristen cannot sin of northwestern medicine in chicago is the lead author of the study found that people who felt they were night owl had a ten percent increase risk of dying over about a six and a half year period compared to people who felt they were mourning type dodger cannot send says it's a public health issue that shouldn't be ignored she's advising night owls to gradually go to bed earlier and really avoid light at night as well so don't stare into your smartphone right before you go to bed i'm sara lee kessler for seven ten w o r two fifty eight degrees now and with the forecast coming up attention investors diversify to real estate for returns of twenty percent with monthly payout tax advantages had one hundred percent of cash flow to investors first national realty as a proven eleven year track record eight hundred million dollars of realty under management and a new two hundred million dollar portfolio closing now backing your investment or ira with multiple cash flowing new york city apartment buildings luxury condos with hoboken new jersey water views and delray beach florida oceanfront townhomes you're backed by prime real estate these are twenty percent return financial units just call two to ten twenty seven twentyseven now for free information you're backed by hard assets in new york hoboken philadelphia and delray beach gulf stream florida call two oh one to ten twenty seven twentyseven for these twenty percent return real estate backed units for your ira or cash flow call now to oh one to ten twenty seven twenty seven to one to ten twenty seven twenty seven and offer to buy or sell any security is only made by their private placement memorandum read it first and invest wisely past performances no guarantee of future results national is a real estate.

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