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US overdose deaths topped 100,000 in one year, officials say

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

US overdose deaths topped 100,000 in one year, officials say

"Experts are using words like devastating and terrible to describe the number of Americans who are dying from drug overdoses drug overdoses now surpassed deaths from car crashes guns and even flu and pneumonia about one hundred thousand Americans died of drug overdoses in the year ending in April of twenty twenty one according to the CDC that's a never before seen tragic milestone the top two reasons the coveted pandemic which left many people socially isolated and the availability of the highly lethal fentanyl which drug dealers are mixing with other drugs say health experts twenty twenty one says one drug policy expert is going to be terrible I'm Rita folate

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Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, on the Statistical Issue With COVID "Cases"

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, on the Statistical Issue With COVID "Cases"

"We are back with the president of American commitment fellow cup in. Phil, it's not just the statistics that are problematic and that have been played with have been exploited undermined there's also the semantics. There's a definition, the rubber rising. The playing with the definitions. One of the ones that first struck me was the way case was used. The word case. If you talk to medical professionals, if somebody catches a virus and doesn't even know it, but test positive, they don't call that a case. A case, historically in terms of praxis of the word, was an individual who got sick and had serious consequences either in hospital or out of hospital. I did a bit of research myself. I've looked at medical publications for decades. That's what cases meant. Under COVID, cases become anybody who tested positive. Isn't this another statistical problem? I think it's a huge problem. And frankly, the World Health Organization, of which I'm not a fan, but at least on this, they have it, I think, right, although no country to my knowledge actually follows them on it. Their case definition includes pneumonia on a chest x-ray. Wow. Their case definition includes a positive test and a confirmatory chest x-ray. I don't think any country actually follows the requirement. That's the case definition from the World Health Organization. Yeah. And the interesting thing to me about that is when you look at the death data in particular, only about half of the death certificates for COVID have pneumonia listed. That's fascinating. So, you know, is it that some of the people filling them out? Don't bother to write it because they think it's entailed and saying COVID maybe. But there's also a steep age gradient. The youngest deaths are the least likely to include pneumonia, so that the pediatric deaths only about a quarter of the death certificates have pneumonia

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8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | Last month

8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

"8 things that children are more likely to die from than COVID. Cancer significantly. Almost 20 times more likely vehicle accident suicide homicide. Cardiovascular disease drowning flu and pneumonia. We live in a world with numerous threats. It's part of existence. And there's also a false promise in safetyism, too. There's a false promise and you see this in the people that are vaccinated, which has always been one of my complaints about the way that they've been pushing the vaccine is it gives people a false sense of security. And no one wants to talk about this. The false sense of security of someone who gets vaccinated, and then they believe they can resume regular life, and then all of a sudden they have a breakthrough case, and they don't know what to do. They thought they had the protection. They thought they had the same sort of protection that they would get from the measles mumps rubella or polio vaccine. And all of a sudden they get a breakthrough case and they get caught by surprise. Maybe they would have made different social decisions. Maybe they wouldn't have gone to big gatherings. Maybe they would have handled things differently. Maybe they would have prepared themselves with azithromycin Ivermectin hydroxyl chloroquine, monoclonal antibody treatment centers or aspirin. Instead, there is a false sense of security that comes in with the overemphasis of we as the government we as the CDC we as NA 8 NIH we as the medical industrial elite, we're going to protect you. And what it does is it erodes what it does is it diminishes its suppresses humans own responsibility to take ownership of their actions. It's a false sense of security. When in reality, our leader should have said, look, if you want to get this vaccine fine, we're going to be very honest about what it can do what it can't do. But also, if you get it, you better be ready to treat it. We're now 70% of all deaths in the United Kingdom are vaccinated people. Why? They had a false sense of

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Why Do We Need to Be Vaccinating Children?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last month

Why Do We Need to Be Vaccinating Children?

"Why do we need to be vaccinating children? Our children at a considerable risk of dying from the Fauci virus. Our children at a considerable risk, absent other daily activities, from dying from the virus. The CDC's own data, which has been published, shows that children one to four year olds per 100,000 deaths the most common death is drowning. At 2.8 per 100,000. Then vehicle accidents at 2.3 per 100,000. Homicide, 2.2 per 100,000. Cancer, two per 100,000. Cardiovascular disease, one death per 100,000. Flu and pneumonia, .8 deaths per 100,000. And that's annual deaths among children per 100,000. I'm not exactly sure how they tabulate this, but the numbers themselves of what actually that the most at risk for is very, very helpful. A child is four times more likely ages one to four to die from the Fauci virus to die from flu pneumonia than from the Fauci virus. Four times more likely. And that's the CDC's own data. .2 for COVID. How about children 5 to 14 years old? Is there a massive risk of children 5 to 14 years old? Such a massive risk that we now need to forcibly inoculate children using either Pfizer Johnson & Johnson Moderna vaccine. With side effects that are growing and questions that are increasing. What's the number one cause of death for children ages 5 to 14? Answer cancer. The next cause of death? Vehicle accidents. So if a school is going to be consistent, if the school is going to start mandating vaccines, if the state of California is going to be consistent and start mandating vaccines, they need to say young children ages 5 to 14 are not allowed to ride in cars anymore. If it's all about safety, it's the fair thing

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 Jay Black, singer for Jay and the Americans, dies at 82

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Jay Black, singer for Jay and the Americans, dies at 82

"Singer Jay black of Jay and the Americans has died of complications from pneumonia according to the group black was eighty two I marches are a letter with a look at blacks life the black was the second Jay of Jay and the Americans replacing J. trainer in nineteen sixty two he auditioned for the group with an a cappella version of Kara mia with black J. the Americans other hits included come a little bit closer and this magic moments G. the American split in the early nineteen seventies with black holding the rights to the group's name he

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The Regime Being Run By Pharmaceutical Companies With Daniel Horowitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last month

The Regime Being Run By Pharmaceutical Companies With Daniel Horowitz

"Daniel, and one of your pieces of my memory serves me well, I'm going to dig it up. You allude to the fact that this really is a regime that is being run by pharmaceutical companies. That this is about the small group of pharmaceutical companies that are calling the shots. Is it that sinister? Is it that diabolical Daniel or is there another explanation to this? I mean, I think it's broader than that, but certainly one of the lead ships in that armada of the system when you talk about the system, the cabal, the globalists, it's the pharmaceuticals. And I love how you call it the Fauci virus. China virus is really off message. The likely knew about it and maybe they had some involvement. This ain't the Chinese. They used Wuhan because it was offshore. This was done by UNC UNC Chapel Hill berwick, Jurassic, Fauci, and all the pharmaceuticals that were in it. By the way, fun fact, UNC Chapel Hill, which is the ground zero for the getting function of research for coronaviruses. You know that they're the ones who had Remdesivir. Gilead, somehow got ahold of it. Look it up. UNC Remdesivir. How is it that the only thing that was ever approved, which as I wrote yesterday have an article on this at the blaze NIH's own website says it causes liver toxicity and renal failure and we're seeing that with Sony patients, which is why a lot of people come in moderate moderate COVID, they should get over just like they go into the hospital with pneumonia every year. COPD, we have this treatable and they die. And it is the Remdesivir. It's one vicious cycle. So they'll look at Ivermectin C we can't use that and they're like, okay, let's say we're wrong and it's a sugar pill. But it is literally safer than Tylenol, won the Nobel Prize. Every piece of literature says is well tolerated. No one's ever had a problem. Why not try

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Exposing the Villain Behind the Villain of Public Health

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:56 min | 2 months ago

Exposing the Villain Behind the Villain of Public Health

"Every story that we tell must have a villain with a chinese corona virus the virus go back and forth between the two who is the villain who is the man that pushed forward the lies and the deception about the origins of this virus. Who is the man. That is the darth vader the voldemort. Who is the man. That is the evil dr the mad scientist or we have a name and we've covered him for quite some time here on this program but he should be a household name. He's done everything he possibly can to try to make himself seem unimportant in unknown to you. He is one of the reasons. Why if you are facing a termination because you're vaccination status. This guy is behind it. He's one of the reasons why we mass mail and voting. He's friends with ouchi. He's friends with gates is the go-between of the entire alliance. Literally of what we are looking for. This man is named peter becic. He's a british zoologist. Let me stop here if you go and you look at kind of wear a lot of these press releases come from and a lot of the people behind kind of when the cia gets involved in dealing with foreign intelligence. The cia has something with zoologists. I don't quite understand it. I don't i don't know why this is that one field of study. It seems there is more agency overlap with zoology than anything else. Maybe we can have some people that have worked in the agency on this program and tell us why back in february of two thousand twenty and we know this because of the declassified vouch emails the medical industrial complex with ouchi and you clause and the entire machine that is the cdc the nih the fda they were scrambling and freaking out when they realized that this mysterious flu and pneumonia coming out of china very well might be tied to gain of function research. That was here in america but there was one man that they all leaned upon someone that was not on. Us government payroll someone that had an extraordinary amount of power someone that knew all the heads of state and knew the people that were in charge of the public health divisions and this man peter dacix was the man who got intimately involved in orchestrating and concocting scheme that the lancet journal of medicine just called the lancet in february of two thousand twenty which quote attacked conspiracy theories suggesting that the virus does not have a natural

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Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

Daily Tech Headlines

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

"On friday we talked about a nature publication by google. Ai scientists that showed how a deep learning system could detect abnormal chest xrays rays with an accuracy. Rivaling that of professional radiologists. The system only detects whether a chess scan is normal or not and is not trained to detect specific conditions. The goal here is to increase productivity and efficiency of radiologists clinical process. Let's examine some a i x ray. Science first of all how to rays work xrays are a type of radiation energy. Wave that can go through. Relatively thick objects without being absorbed or scattered very much. X rays have shorter wavelengths than visible light which makes them invisible to the human eye for medical applications of vacuum x. Ray tube accelerates electrons to collide with a metal and owed and creates rays these rays are then directed towards the intended target like a broken arm for example and then picked up by digital detectors called image plates on the other side differ body tissues absorb x rays differently so the high amount of calcium in bones for example makes them especially efficient at x ray. Absorption and this highly visible on the image detector soft tissues like lungs are slightly lighter but also visible making x ray and efficient method to diagnose pneumonia or pleural a fusion Which is fluid in the lungs. For example according to this latest nature publication approximately eight hundred and thirty seven million chest. Xrays are obtained yearly worldwide. That is a lot of pictures for radiologists to look at and can lead to longer wait times and diagnosis delays. And of course. This is why there's interest in developing ai. Tools to streamline the process many algorithms have already been developed but are rather aimed at detecting specific problems on an x ray. The google ai. Scientists however developed a deep learning system capable of sorting chest xrays into either normal or abnormal data intending. To lighten the case load on radiologists

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"pneumonia" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Pneumonia, a potentially serious bacterial lung disease. If you're 65 or older, a trip to the pharmacy is a lot more pleasant than a trip to the hospital because of pneumococcal pneumonia. Help Protect yourself with the Prevnar 13 pneumococcal 13 Valent country Get vaccine diphtheria crm 1 97 protein, Prevnar 13 is approved for a dust. Prevent infections from 13 strains of the bacteria that cause pneumococcal pneumonia. Prevnar 13 does not protect against all strains of the disease. Stop by the pharmacy today and ask about Prevnar 13 Learn more at prevnar 13 dot com. Don't get PREP North 13 If you have had a severe allergic reaction to the vaccine or its ingredients, adults with a weakened immune system may have a lower response to the vaccine. The most commonly reported side effect was pain at the injection site for additional common side effects. And for prescribing information, Please call 1866694 93 100 or visit prep North 13. Dot com So the dream was to build your very own law practice. Be your own boss. Call all the shots but have things like billing HR timekeeping and all the other management stuff. Turn your dream into a nightmare. Take charge of your practice with lexicon Where the intercession of practice management software in legal support services for your firm, you'll get more billable and livable hours. Back Lexicon marks the spot for all your practice management needs visit lexicon services dot com slash intersection to get the whole story or schedule a demo. Your day Smarter and celebrating 10 years of keeping you better informed. 161 FM Talk and Newstalk 94 5 wpt more with Casey starts now Alright, 7.

Lee Habeeb, VP of Content at Salem, Responds to Mayor's Charge He's 'Selfish' About Vaccination

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | 3 months ago

Lee Habeeb, VP of Content at Salem, Responds to Mayor's Charge He's 'Selfish' About Vaccination

"Lee habib is a friend and a colleague he did. I collaborated on one of my books. He's vice president of content at the salem media group he is executive producer. Has a great show our american stories which tells the stories of innovators in the arts and sports and business and education and he got he got cogan and had a really rough experience. He joins us to talk a little bit about it lee. I haven't talked in a while. It was great to catch up with you last night after. I read your piece at newsweek which has gone viral a kovic nineteen patient response to the mayor's charge your selfish about the vaccination. What a ride. You've been on my friend mike. I got covert. My wife got coburn and my daughter got code. But i got it hard. Ultimately had blood clots light pneumonia. Thanks to great medical. Help i was. I was cured. And i'm fine now but while i was laying in the hospital bed recovering my mayor in my little town of oxford. Mississippi got on a national news network and she was asked by the anchor. What about people's personal choice. What about it's my body. It's my life and she said well if patients want to choose not to take the vaccine and be selfish and take up hospital beds. Well then. they're not concerned about the greater good. And i'm thinking i'm laying in a hospital bed and she knows nothing about me or my family so i said i'm going to write a letter to her and my letter was simple. I told her about my life and my family. My mother-in-law lives with us. Mike and she's seventy. We decided that she had four co morbidity. He's she smoked lung problems. We convinced her and every senior. We know to get the vaccine. We're not anti actors and we're not luddites mine. Situation was i took the first shot. And i had a very negative reaction because i'd had a surgery in my heart but it didn't sit well with my doctor told me not to take the second vaccine dose because i had more of a chance of being harmed by the dose than did from

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Pneumonia, a potentially serious bacterial lung disease. If you're 65 or older, a trip to the pharmacy is a lot more pleasant than a trip to the hospital because of pneumococcal pneumonia. Help Protect yourself with the Prevnar 13 pneumococcal 13 ballot country Get vaccine diphtheria crm 1 97 Protein, Prevnar 13 is approved for adults to help prevent infections from 13 strains of the bacteria. That caused pneumococcal pneumonia are 13 does not protect against all strains of the disease. Stop by the pharmacy today and ask about Prevnar 13 Learn more at prevnar 13 dot com. Don't get PREP nor 13. If you have had a severe allergic reaction to the vaccine or its ingredients. Adults with a weakened immune system may have a lower response to the vaccine. Most commonly reported side effect was pain at the injection site for additional common side effects and full prescribing information. Please call 1866694 93 100 or visit prevnar 13 dot com. At Virginia Hospital Center. A woman's good health is our top priority from your first o b g Y n visit through pregnancy and birth and all the changes throughout your life. Our doctors and staff will be a constant support to keep you healthy and active every step of the way. Make your health a priority and find the Virginia Hospital Center O b g Y N That's right for you today at Virginia hospital center dot com. Back to school shopping. Just got better with the Bank of Clark Credit card. Use yours for the supplies. Your kids need to earn an A plus with options that are convenient, offer premium rewards and increase your purchasing power. Carry a credit card from the bank. You know, and trust with the local friendly service. You expect? Apply today at Bank of Clark Bank, or visit your local branch, subject to credit approval. Ask for details. Member F D I C. Warm days.

Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

Making Gay History

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

"The friday before gay pride day in june of nineteen eighty six and i'm sitting in a hospital room with our friend mark the bow-tie-wearing graphics designer from work. I'm suited up in a mask. Gloves and protective gown is to protect him not me. His immune system has been decimated and he's battling new mississippi pneumonia. His breathing isn't great his chest heaving he sips air through an oxygen mask. I've brought him some watercolors so he can paint. We're talking about what he's going to do when he gets out of the hospital like going back to work and maybe a summer getaway to the countryside for the four of us. These are as much plans as they are daydreams. We've all become familiar with the hospital. Admission and discharge dance one infection. Suppressed live to fight the next one two days later barry just home from the pride march. The light on the answering machines blinking. barry presses. Play while i take off my shoes. I hear marks partners voice. Not the words his voice. I tried to block it out. I don't want to hear the rest of his message. It's too late. Mark is dead and then bury and i Planned his memorial service at the vassar club which was located in the lotus club which is a fancy private club on the upper east side which had never seen an aids memorial before berry came up with the idea of We called it the balloon benediction. We've got all these helium balloons that we brought with us to the to the lowest club and each one had a little plastic bowtie attached to it and after the service we went out to central park and we release the balloons with these little bow ties on them. That for us was we. Couldn't we couldn't say that it wasn't people like us. At that point.

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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

"Now for the second time this week, the US reaching 100,000 new cases of Covid 19 in a single day even as cases soar, massive events are taking place around the country. In Sturgis, South Dakota, 700,000 people are expected for the annual motorcycle rally, leading to fears of a super spreader event. This as hospitalizations grew from 12,000 month ago. More than 61,000. Now. Florida setting a new pandemic record high pediatric admissions are climbing one of those hospitalized 17 year old David Espino. High school football player now battling Covid and pneumonia for the last 10 days. I'm pretty scary. Actually, you can get to anyone they get you if you're 10, If you get you if you're 60, it doesn't matter in Mississippi, where the state health officer says Delta is sweeping over them like a tsunami. Hospital workers feeling overworked Once again, it is almost impossible to put into words, the frustration that they feel in many places. It's not a lack of beds, but a lack of stuff that's stretching hospitals thin. Like at Willis Knighton Medical Center in Louisiana. We don't feel like we have a time to devote to the patients that we need. It's just it's Sorry. I'm getting emotional. Just talking about it in Houston Harris Health System in Crisis mode. This 11 month old patient sick with Covid forced to be airlifted to another hospital because none of the pediatric hospitals in town had room the level of sick visits that we've seen this summer. June, July. And now August. I've never seen in 20 years of practice here in Houston, this as officials hint There could be major developments on booster shots, a source telling ABC News. The FDA is expected to reveal their plan for immuno compromised Americans by early September. We are now working on that, and we'll make that be implemented. As quickly as possible, According to an HHS document obtained by ABC News. Multiple states are now asking for federal assistance. They're asking FEMA for help with

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What Is an Abscessed Tooth?

BrainStuff

01:34 min | 4 months ago

What Is an Abscessed Tooth?

"Recent studies have also linked oral infections to other serious medical conditions like diabetes heart disease and stroke. So what exactly is obsessed to and how can you avoid getting one. An abscess is a type of infection. That's identifiable by inflamed tissue surrounding a localized collection of yellowish white. Fluid called pus. Which is made up of white blood cells tissue and micro-organisms. A tooth abscess is most commonly caused by severe tooth decay or cavities other culprits are ginger vitus gum disease and damage to the teeth. Like brakes and chips. An abscess starts when openings. In the to the normal allow bacteria to travel to an infect the pulpy center of the tooth in severe cases the infection can affect the jawbone as well as the soft tissue in the mount a left untreated infection from an abscessed tooth can even spread to other parts of the body and cause abscesses in the brain heart infections. Pneumonia and other complications. The main hallmark of an abscessed tooth is a painfully throbbing or stabbing to toothache it will sometimes be accompanied by a bitter taste in the mouth. Bad breath swollen glands swelling in the mouth and fever paradoxically as the infection spreads and worsens. It may kill the nerve root of the tooth and the toothache may go away or subside. So if you have had a bad toothache even if it does subside. You should still see a dentist. Treatment of abscessed. Teeth involves draining the infection. A dentists usually also prescribe a course of antibiotics to fight any lingering infection

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What The Heck is Being Death Positive?

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:21 min | 4 months ago

What The Heck is Being Death Positive?

"So what exactly is death positivity? You know, death positivity is not too different from dead body positivity or, you know, even sex positivity right. Where if you understand that there's all kinds of different approaches that, you know, it's, it's kind of accepting. Hey, death is a natural part of our Lives, which we all know instinctively, we know that logically. But when I when you start thinking about that, there's also that fear that comes along with it for many of us. And and so it's just starting to understand, okay, well if we look at death and it's just natural part of life, what it really does is it. Is us up to live our lives more fully while we're here. Sounds good. Yeah. After after birth last year we've all lived through a little more than a year. I think we need as much fullness as we can achieve and and I need a little more body positivity in my life, too. I'm not going to last name. I went on a huge weight loss. Journey, more years ago than I can remember. Now, I think it's been a decade now, holy Toledo, she's time flies. And that's that's amazing experience. When you lose a ton of weight cuz what's in your mind, isn't what you're seeing in the mirror and then you have experiences that reinforce that the mirror is correct, if your brain is wrong, and that's, that's just really fascinating. So, I learned a long time ago, I think having been over a hundred pounds overweight, is that our bodies are really pretty fascinating thousand souls for lack of a better term, you know, especially for some of us, you know, we've created an entire life. You know, we've created beautiful things to give to the world or maybe not only beautiful. But maybe technology, that's kept us together in the last, you know, year and 1/2. It's it's that's the way I try to look at. It's like, okay. I physically I might not look like swimsuit model but that's yep. I'm only five foot two. I'm not going to be a swimsuit model, no matter how much I try to change the shape of my body. Yeah. Well and, and I think the whole idea behind body positivity is helping your brain. Understand that you are beautiful in the shape that you are and go live your life, right? And so when we translate that to death positivity, similarly it's hey yes we are all going to die someday and that's okay. And again freeing us up to really live our own lives to the fullest There's seems to be a cultural belief that death is somehow a failure, which is really, you know, it's like I don't know if that's a Reliance on a medical profession or not really sure how we got to fighting death at all costs. Even when you've got somebody, who's not able to live life fully and not be able, you know, somebody with alzheimer's or somebody, that's got end-stage cancer, whatever awfulness, sometimes happens to people and I, I always lived, well, I still live my life, but when, my mom was still around, I did everything I could to give her as much quality and fullness as possible. And I kept telling myself, I will not do anything that extends, this, this dying process of Alzheimer's, and I didn't. And I told my husband and my daughter, if, if the situation arose like, I'd always thought She got pneumonia, I would call Hospice. I said you, you too might have to stand on either side of me and hold me up while we go KO hospice or whatever. Like, do not let me back down because I knew my mom would hate the way she was living and she would, she was terrified of getting Alzheimer's and she did so it's you know, I it's a difficult balance to know off or we just giving up or we accepting that. We all none of us gets out of this life alive, which many listeners have heard me. Say it's what my maternal grandfather always

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What We Can Learn From Geriatric Care

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

02:40 min | 4 months ago

What We Can Learn From Geriatric Care

"Wonder if we could get into. What did you uniquely study for geriatrics. And what do you now treat. That's different in older patients than younger ones. So different about geriatrics is really this atypical presentation of disease. It's sort of like internal medicine. Plast older people present differently. An older person can have pneumonia and might not have a cough. Might not have a true fever. Because older person's immune systems are different and many are essentially immuno-compromised in so an older failed or person with the pneumonia. Might just be tired. They might have a little bit of laughed shift to on their labs on their on their way butts account but they might not have a truly elevated white bledsoe account and they might just have a low grade temperature if they have an ammonia because they have a lower basal body temperature to begin with. They don't have much of an immune response. That's just one example of the atypical presentation of disease and older people. Does that make diagnosis more difficult in older people. He definitely does it. It more challenging. And i think that was one of the main things that i was drawn. To in geriatric medicine was really that extra challenge of atypical presentation of disease. You know it's interesting in my world. Do practice some internal medicine just because some of the pulmonary patients that we see in the office are asking for me to be their internist at times. And certainly in the icu. Fifty percent of our patients are elderly and yet. How do we integrate your specialty with what i do on a day-to-day basis. All the sino are not giving up their elderly patients to to geriatricians and get should they be or what should we be doing to capitalize on your training to better understand and treat our patients. I i'll just put this in context of how many older person's there are in the united states. We have currently thirty five million people over the age of sixty five and that's gonna more than dabble in less than a decade to more than seventy million but basically the first answer questions. No way would we want patients to you. Know change from their internist or interest. Do not take care of their older patients number one. It wouldn't be possible because aren't enough geriatricians and number two wouldn't be right because internists or family medicine. Doctors primary care physicians are gonna take care of. The majority of older patients really injury at tricks nationally. What we're looking at is implementing best practices and geriatric models of care in health systems to optimally care for this aging patient

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Organ-on-a-Chip: Recent Breakthroughs and Future Prospects

The Stem Cell Podcast

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Organ-on-a-Chip: Recent Breakthroughs and Future Prospects

"I'm kicking off the roundup today. With a story about organs on a chip. You know we just re Finished up our coverage of ice cr twenty twenty one so if you guys missed it i would recommend checking it out. We also have video episodes there so you can see us in all our glory but in that meeting there was a lot of talk about where we are and where we're going and a lot of that revolved around these kind of organs on a chip. Which i know ruin you're working on as ips cell derived Tissues organoids. Even but they're in a kind of complex chip type architecture allows a connection of different tissues and organs and see how they communicate with each other and it is the next wave I have a story here about the long. It's a kind of airway on a chip idea and you know it's basically idea. They didn't long In order to function you have clearance By airways cells eliminates the inhale pathogens and foreign matter. And that's done by these multi airway cells k. And it requires coordinated silly airy beating among cells. And if you have failure to properly orient the silly silly and coordinate that sillier a beating you get a lot of conditions like chronic bronchitis recurrent pneumonia This is implicated in various human diseases. Most notably a inherited disease Primary sillier disconnect. Which we're going to circle back to pc d- When it comes to like the ips in organoids world in trying to model This these multi steely aided airway cells. it's a challenge because getting the cells is not so much the problem as much as Using the conventional methods which is air liquide interface. It's hard to get the coordinated. Silia they don't they aren't coordinating their beating And it's thought that mechanical stress has a role in in coordinating sillier there but the existing system. Which is these in-vitro air liquid interface. They don't do a good job of addressing that are modeling The

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Live Your Life

Committed

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Live Your Life

"That final goodbyes was terrible. I dropped him off at the corner in front of cedar sinai. He didn't even know really where to go. I didn't know where to drop him off because the hospital was ten. There's so much closed down. So i dropped him off on the corner not thinking it was going to be the last time i ever saw him like that and he was clearly sick. You know he clearly had something. We thought pneumonia and he was leaving me as the sole parent of our son so he couldn't hug me he couldn't kiss me. We didn't it didn't hug kiss otis. I don't even remember what we said to be honest looking back now and again. Hindsight is beautiful thing that what would you. What would you say all my gosh. I mean all the things you wish you could say to your person before you never see them again. The way they are. That's that's what i would said. I guess that's amanda kloots. She's the wife of the broadway star. Nick cordero who died last july in los angeles after a long battle with covid nineteen one. Nick was in the hospital. He was put on a ventilator and had to have his leg amputated he was only forty one years old. Now we don't normally do episodes with just one part of a couple. But there's an exception to that rule and amanda. Kloots is bad exception in her new book. Live your life. Amanda is candid and raw and so incredibly honest about what it was like to watch. Nick waste away from a disease that one understood she also painstakingly described how she's completely committed to keeping nick memory and music alive the world and for their toddler son elvis. Her story is heartbreaking. Police you hope that we can all get through our darkest moments.

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Alert Over Shortage of New Drugs for ‘World’s Most Dangerous Bacteria’

UN News

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

Alert Over Shortage of New Drugs for ‘World’s Most Dangerous Bacteria’

"A lack of new treatments for common illnesses has left. People exposed to the world. Mice dangerous bacteria the u. n. health agency said on thursday the alert from the world health organization. Who is delivered a report showing that none of the forty-three antibiotics in development sufficiently addresses the growing threat posed by thirteen priority drug resistant bacteria. This persistent failure to develop and distribute effective new. Antibiotics threatens our ability to successfully treat bacterial. Infections said dr hanan bulky. Who assistant director general on antimicrobial resistance those most at risk are young children and those living in poverty according to who three and ten newborns developed blood infections die because the antibiotics used to treat. Sepsis are no longer effective. Bacterial pneumonia another preventable illness. Which has developed resistance to currently available drugs. it's also a major cause of childhood mortality among under-fives

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Coronavirus: Long-Haul Covid

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

01:35 min | 8 months ago

Coronavirus: Long-Haul Covid

"Just last week is that. He came out looking at the plight of kobe. Lung haulers people experiencing something called brain fog. Could this be the beginning of a whole new phase of copa nineteen drawn out error of persistent symptoms. Adhered help us understand. This phenomenon is dr eager corral mc he's neurologist at northwestern university and head of northwestern's clinic for kobe related neurological symptoms. Dr gore corral. Nick welcome to science rules drawn virus edition. May i call you e gor. Yes bill you may an thank you very much for inviting me. I'm delighted to be distancing socially with you and to all your listener what are the symptoms of long-haul what what goes on with you if you're a long haul corona virus person. This is excellent question and the long kohler is a term that has been chosen by patients themselves and Those patients mostly had a mild covid nineteen disease at onset with the you know transients respiratory symptoms including some cough sore throat ogi. The fever may be muscle that when away and thereafter despite the fact that they did not never give develop pneumonia or were never hospitalized. They developed those lingering persistent and beating symptoms that mean volve the nervous system cardiac and the respiratory system as well as

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:46 min | 10 months ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"The increased fatality rate in the three high risk age groups was predominantly due to the increased frequency of bronco-pneumonia not to increase incidents of influenza or an increased bronchopneumonia case fatality rate. The examination of re-cut long tissue sections from nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen influenza case material revealed this portent in virtually all cases compelling history logic evidence of severe acute bacterial pneumonia after autopsies in virtually every case. They died a back to your monja. That's what they're saying. Which i believe is quite clear that they're finding that this was actually the point. Virtually all cases. No that's not how this works. I mean even right now. The reason that pneumonia influenza don't exist is because they're being blended in with covid nineteen but is virtually every case dying from one secondary thing or even any past flu pandemic. the point is there's always secondary things and that's a totally legitimate conversation but to say that virtually every one of them died from this. Come on there's obviously another factor. Here and masks are definitely playing a factor. Today we'll get into more as we go next but realized that no vouching ever said that mass caused it but he clearly is saying bacterial. Pneumonia was the leading cause and even the study says. Virtually every case was bacterial pneumonia. Although the cause of influenza was disputed in one thousand nine hundred there was this is interesting because even then they're arguing that it wasn't belinda. There was almost universal agreement. Among the experts that deaths were virtually never virtually never caused by the identified any logical agent itself being flu but resulted directly from severe secondary. Pneumonia caused by well known. Bacterial pneumonia pathogens that cornwall colon is the upper respiratory tract guess what kinds guys streptococci surplus caucus and staphylococcus. You remember why those are relevant because this is exactly the leading cause of what leads back to you in the mona which is not a surprise. Because that's what they're saying but remember. We talked about in this video. Do mask causing bacterial pneumonia. I'm showing you the version of its on ice dot media. Maybe you guys can go over there and check it out but this is also bit shoot and wherever else probably will not on youtube anymore but the point is that we discussed this video. And i hope you'll take time to watch it. Because we go through every point in even dr james james lyon wiler pointed out in our interview..

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"pneumonia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Gasping for air. Now they're saying once we get the Austin it off from getting out the tubes in his nose. And they're saying that you know when he come when we take him off of that, just walking around, he has trouble breathing. Um, but, uh and my mom's trying to figure out like, well, he didn't have that problem when we when we got there. So what's what's causing this? Yeah, they're related over. Yeah. Well, you know, in all honesty, and Ryan, you could talk about this. Ryan got the China virus back in the summertime. Um, I had a double pneumonia Got. Yeah. And you gotta double pneumonia or just pneumonia. One of each lungs one inch long. Okay, Okay, so and he had pneumonia. So he had that and it must give you eat it, too. I mean, pneumonia sometimes takes, you know, three months to recover from where you could finally feel like you can breathe normally and walk without getting Tired. On Dad took you. You know several weeks to get back to normal. It took me about three. Including that the sick time where I was actually on antibiotics, Antibiotics, by the way, just regular anima, Adah and biotics for for 10 days. And I really had to rest. Yeah, it did. Make me uh, I wasn't gasping for air, but I was out of breath going up and down the stairs. Okay. Okay. I feel winded. After after I finished my regimen, and I was over everything else in recovery. It took about two weeks and I was I was back to hiking out, you know, catch a peek and whatnot. So to me that I and last December 2019. I had something kind of similar and it lasted for about three weeks. And they gave me antibiotics then so I don't know how to With these things together. Did they covered? Give me pneumonia? I don't know. Did I just catch the money? Because it was it was, you know, at the time, it was really gunky outside lots of stuff blowing around and the fires were happening on the mountain. I'm not sure. But either way, they said, I have your camping When you got it. You were camping when it got worse When I got back it, that's when I got diagnosed. Exactly So I'm just curious. Real real quick. You are gonna tell you, Frank. What? How are they treating your dad? Are they giving him any kind of any kind of medication again? They put on my antibiotics. Or the park along effects. And they also gave him a resistor fear that their music from dead Ram Demas fear so that they won't. They won't let him out. How long has he been on Robespierre? He's been on that now. They took him actually off that he was on that from 10 days. He's often he finished his. Yeah, so he's finished. Finished treatment. Another thing I'd like to ask you to Ryan when you went in for covert testing. Did you know Swab, But did you spit? Doesn't know. Swab. You're both doctors were won both Okay. It was pretty gross. Everybody that was at my family's house. Went had their tests done, but called it and what they found out is the spit if you spit into a cup. All of them came back negative. Okay? Those that had their nose swab. Sometimes only one knows the swap. Those came back positive, and they have posters. Nose swabs on noses done each nostril. They came back negative. You can't make these things. You can't make it on again. You know, you know, I'm going back to the last caller. I mean, that hospital is literally like that that we don't know what hospital that last caller didn't say. What hospital? Those people from California went to, but they're stealing from us. They tested negative for the China virus test the FDA knows, But they still considered to be China virus and put it down that way, And they're gonna get paid extra money now and like I told Mr sent me an email just said it's fraud. He's There You go. It's broad. It's stealing and it's from us. I mean, that's what's going on in my parents House went and got tested. He came up Positive. Right when we went to another town anyway, like two or three days. What's a different test center? Okay. Came up negative. Waited three days went to a different test center and came up negative again. God, we're supposed to believe any of these numbers. Yeah, exactly these tests and these numbers And anyway exactly, you know who and how many times and what's the cycle threshold? Nobody. They don't want to tell you what. You know how many times you said, you know. Hey, Frank. Thank you for sharing, man. Hopefully you're dead prayers to your dad. We'll be okay. Obviously in good spirits, by the way. Yeah, except first birthday. They let us take a nurse's came down and got a pie from us. On a card and they took it back up there and they won't let anybody see him. That was fun Day used to take him in a M radio so he could listen to the show. Why he went up the phone. Come on about the phony. I heard radio app. Get with it. Hey, Frank. Thank you for sharing, man. Come on. Thank you for it's a regular radio FM. A name jerk. Anyway. Thank you, Frank. I appreciate a man have a great one. And, you know, hopefully your dad gets better. Let us know what happens. We keep hearing these stories again. How do we trust any of this? And you know, this will be a time in all honesty. This would be a time. Two. You have, like somebody from the health department if they knew what they were talking about to try to explain this, but I don't even think they can explain it..

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Could describe why this happened in nineteen eighteen. And why we're seeing the dramatic increase right now. Now remember you ask any you sit next to people right now. Is there anybody around you. Ask everybody you're looking at. Have you ever had bacterial pneumonia. My guess would be no the vast majority of people you ask. We'll say no never had that. So then when suddenly they catch this thing they've never experienced before and it's real severe and you feel like you're dying and you can't breathe and they go man that was crazy and everyone goes well cove. It's crazy. we should ask whether they just have had something that they've never had before certainly possible. When you say just to wrap it up here though. I want to add something that i find this. This this comes from the primary doctor medical journal. Pd mj dot. Org this is about whether they work even remotely the way they say they do. And using the data of the locations that were most compliant versus. What they say is happening with cova to show you that even by their own data. It's not doing what they're saying. It is masks fall safety and real dangers. Now there's part four. I'm still poking around this. But there's a lot of good stuff in this website that i hope you'll check out abstract mask. Mandates and twenty twenty resulted in no reductions in incidents of covid nineteen as detected by positive. Polymers chain-reaction pcr tests. Which you know is not something. I would argue. Is something valid enough to tell us whether or not but understand the why make sense or at least is vowed to discuss is because they're using the same. They're using their gold standard. Right this is. This is the epitome. This is the the the. This is the same thing as what. I'm doing everyday right. I'm using their narrative. To debunk what they're saying. So think of this in the same way not to suggests that pcr tests findings in that regard are one hundred percent accurate. No way am. I saying that but follow along with meals. See what i'm saying. So they use. Pcr tests is has increased rates or insignificant change in the incidents of star seaweed to infections as pcr tests have followed mass manny's throughout the world and in the us states. So they're it to tell people that they're sick they're going around and using it to test the people in the areas using massimo's and to tell you whether it's doing anything right so that seems like a valid comparison since they're using their gold standard right massar therefore a possible risk factor for infection and higher incidence of covid nineteen. Disease is not interesting. The paper examines the known physical and chemical attributes of respiration through. and involving. The per periphery of an inside of mass. That may lead to a better understanding of the reasons for this phenomenon of increased covert one thousand nine incidents following mask use right..

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Any of that but every day all day deacon and week out in and month out that is not normal and that's why this is exciting step but says very clearly. There's no evidence that normal use a face mask can cause fungal infections but that's not even true that's literally the opposite of what the science says whether it's normal use or not but they don't care because it's not about facts there simply regurgitating with their bosses told them and they were told by somebody else. Unbelievable here's another one fact. Check uh-huh factcheck. No evidence mask. Wearers are arriving in icu. With pneumonia okay. A little bit of a different claim no evidence that they're showing up at hospitals with pneumonia. Let's see what they have to say. The claim mask. Squares are arriving in icu. With pneumonia inhaled. For masks okay. So that quickly changed from just showing up with monja right. No evidence mask..

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"I'm not saying the case. I'm saying this is what the data seems to point to and this is what this doctor is literally telling you saying. There is a protect the basically exactly what we're telling you and by the way this is another article from december this is this month says starcevici related ammonia cases in ammonia picture in russia in march and may two thousand twenty secondary bacterial pneumonia viral infection. So this is a study that just happened that is confirming what that was just saying. It's telling you right here. That sarah sylvie to a low pathogenic virus itself becomes exceptionally dangerous if secondary bacterial pneumonia attacks a covid nineteen patient as a complication right so that seems to be killing people that seems to be the cause of all the breathing and the issues and the you know the intimation making it even worse like we pointed out so without that extra complication that seems to be exacerbated impossibly caused by the thing we're saying protects us. It could be possible that this wouldn't be happening at all. Could be something to consider an essential part of the severest complications and mortality associated with covid nineteen in russia in march may twenty twenty maybe attributed to secondary bacterial pneumonia. The risk of secondary bacterial pneumonia. And it's further. Complications should be given very serious attention in combating sars seal to doesn't seem to be happening it's all about treating sars with severe seaview seeming sar. Soobee to with vaccine's right. They seem to be attacking any other kind of treatment. It's all about doing what they want you to do. Not ignoring the reason that seems to be making this much much worse. If it's really happening the way they say it is at all. Why would that be again. As i pointed out one hundred thousand times since this started it seems that every action they take not only does not make you more safe but seems to lead to more problems seems to lead to more infection. More sickness more spread. More anything you wanna talk about. And that's been every single decision. They have made go back and look everyone of them has led to more issues. Of course they always would rather you think they're incompetent than criminal. But you know what i think. But here's what they're all saying. French press agency bacterial pneumonia a complication of influenza not linked to mask wearing a. Why are they saying that. Oh let's take a quick look. Oh it's because they're doing the same thing they're saying vouched ever sat in his nineteen in two thousand eight article. He never said there was mass involved. So remind me how that makes the case that they don't cause that and i missing something. No they're hoping you're were all too stupid to make the obvious connection that because vouching never made that point in an article from years ago that somehow that's just not possible today. Do you realize how stupid that is. Do you realize that all the people writing articles know that men jacob here either as a mindless follower who writes exactly what he's told or he's knowingly making a is an obvious logical fallacy..

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Cash. Don't want to jump around on these tabs. But there was a point that i want to point out here i can find it. Yeah perfect right here right. So i'm just gonna jump to this one now because it seems more relevant now right this is. This is the general concept. This is just about brushing your teeth. This is just saying two thousand. How here's how brought brushing your teeth. Could make you sick specifically pneumonia. If you don't brush your teeth and have an overgrowth of bacteria in your mouth. It's possible to inhale them into your lungs where they can create problems such as pneumonia researchers report improving hygiene among hospital patients reduces cases of pneumonia by forty percent forty percent. So don't think about brushing your teeth. Think about it by saying if you reduce the buildup of bacteria in your mouth you reduce your cases of pneumonia forty percent. But don't forget that we're saying you're wearing a mask was dries out your mouth which is also increases bacteria which we just showed you but that's causing that bacteria which one the leading ones is strip to be pulled back into your throat and down into your lungs because your mouth is dry anybody. What are we missing i. I must be just too stupid to understand right. That's what they want you to believe. It says he has that saliva. Also what neutralizes acid in the mouth and helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease times. So that clearly increases the risk of gum disease heart disease and so on and so on so we're not even at the best biggest point yet guys..

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Dr fauci wrote an article in two thousand eight specifically in regard to the kansas flew the spanish flu which is what it's called but we know as the facts show even. We competed points out. It started the united states and kansas and the us military spread around the world and spain was just the first one that pointed it out. Nobody else was willing to and they got labeled with it. Sound familiar today. The point being he wrote about it and saying as a matter of fact that more people the most people most people in nineteen eighteen died from bacterial pneumonia not from the actual respiratory illness. The flu they were dealing with that is what he wrote. Now the debunked part is about. He found she didn't mention masks anywhere. That's actually what it says. Anywhere fao co. authored made no link to mask wearing so just by proving that vouching never made the link between one thousand nine hundred and bacterial. Pneumonia and masks. Doesn't no way debunk. That pneumonia can be caused by a mask. But that's what the headline says and you'll notice. I'm not gonna waste the time. Feel free to read through this. I'm gonna show you what seven other examples do in the exact same thing. Pneumonias not caused by wearing masks because he never made that reference an article from two thousand eight. That makes a lot of sense. But this is your mainstream journals for you now. I had to keep this on this page because this ridiculous mainstream article free speaks out the moment you start playing it and just like that and it won't stop playing but here's the point this is. Abc saying verify no out. She didn't blame mass on one thousand nine hundred manage flu now. That's actually the way you would frame that. Like as a headline like at the very least they're not saying even though they're kind of doing the same thing on the article that bacterial pneumonia can't because my masks with the reason i'm showing you. This one is to read what they say here. Just to confirm this for you. So they're asking clearly did dr algae say that a mask during the that siri that two thousand excuse me. Nineteen eighteen flu caused it. They said no. These viral claims take a new nugget of a few nuggets of truth from the study and spins them into a false narrative about masks. Now this is what they do. So there's somebody just like me out there that saying. Hey look at this. Dr fauci wrote in an article that there was more pneumonia and of in one thousand nine hundred and then the thing they were dealing with. Is it possible that caused by masks and somebody picks that up and shares it and gets you know the there you'll actually see. There's one there. Referencing got almost five hundred shares. Like whoa sure went viral. Not at all right. The point is that's a small post in regard to the bigger sense of things and they misrepresented it and said caused by masks. That doesn't mean that the conversation at general was doing that. But that's how they frame it so they can dismiss anybody like me who's being objective and actually looking at the facts. But it says dr fauci yes did call right the paper about bacterial pneumonia during the nineteen eighteen flu..

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Look we're talking a very high reality. To typically significantly higher the you're more likely to catch an illness with the cloth masks on because of moisture retention, use of mass and poor filtration, and it says as a precautionary measure, cloth masks should not be recommended for healthcare workers particularly in risk situations. Now realize that we're talking about in medical circumstances and then we're broadening that out to just regular people who tied on put on the car like they're talking about. This is exactly what we should be listening to. Doesn't mean what the blind listen you know blindly take it as the truth, but we should be listening to what this is saying and we're simply not that's why I find this to be. So outrageous this is in June even by the way I'm only seeing this pneumonia discussion come up more recently, but it looks like it was coming up somewhere from a post that they just immediately shoved back down realized this is a study from two thousand, fifteen that they all are aware of. Right. So here's their answer. Claim wearing face masks can cause fungal and bacterial pneumonia. There saying that's false. Because why there's no evidence that normal use of face mask and cause fungal or bacterial infections, and that is their caveat, and that's how the always play this. Because, what they're gonNa say if you ever get called out for it well, Normal Romo use right we we were wearing improperly or not using it a replacing and every thirty seconds. That's not normal. Okay. Well, that's what happens when you allow people broadly to use these things without any real direction or any real understanding of how they're actually meant to be used. But sure hold onto that normal use county because that's the only thing you have. Saying there's no evidence that facemask caused that they know that's not true. That's why they included normal use. Says excessive use of facemask causes fungal and bacterial pneumonia wrote a conservative busy running. Oh and this was the post they're talking about..

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"pneumonia" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Pneumonia he is awaiting results after being tested for cove in nineteen forty nine year old admins posted a video on his Instagram page saying he was home from the hospital here's a W. O. R. weather channel forecast we get a brief break in precipitation early Monday then more rain come back away during PM hours skies gradually clear as any lingering shower and was he forgot their lows mid to upper forties closer to forty for northern New Jersey the lower Hudson Valley partly cloudy early Monday few more calls for the afternoon a few showers develop highs upper fifties khadi Keita rain showers Monday night low low forties overcast and cooler Tuesday any stray shower ending early highs in the upper forties look a dryer for the rest the work week I'm address type work next news that two were breaking news at one start your day with one Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning six till ten today I'm Paul de Castro and seven ten W. O. R. and N. B. C. news radio station good evening everyone you are definitely in the right place at the right time tonight this is coast to coast AM blasting out of the Mojave Desert like a.

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"pneumonia" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Pneumonia antibiotics can be effective for bacterial pneumonia antibiotics work on bacterial infections now the treatment for covert nineteen we have none that's the issue but with the regular flow we a full treatment like Tamiflu for instance to curtail the spread of the virus throughout the body as far as immunity we don't have immunity to covert nineteen at this point but with the traditional flow we do have a percentage of the population that is resistant to infection less likely to become ill because of previous exposure or the vaccinations and that's also why important here is that there's no vaccine yet for culvert nineteen for corona where is we do have a traditional flu vaccine and sometimes it runs from sixty percent effective down to thirty percent affected but we have a vaccine in the current vaccine effectiveness by age it's like fifty five percent effective for six months through a seventeen year old it's about twenty five percent effective for eighteen forty nines at about forty three percent effective for fifty plus want to go ahead again overall here just so you know children have seem to have had some kind of reduced risk but now we're hearing that a children author of the contracting and certainly the millennial generation where we had heard all yeah they're not getting sick now we're getting cases of a twenty year old twenty and thirty year olds that are being hospitalized so you're not invincible and then as far as you know overall eighty to ninety percent will have mild symptoms with corona ninety nine out of a hundred should recover but there is still a lot of unknowns here you know the president was talking about this old malaria drugs this hydroxy Claro quien whatever it is so this drug that was actually developed about fifty years ago to treat malaria is showing some early signs that may also help possibly cure covert nineteen if you combine it with an antibiotic so this is a new study and it is positive and in this particular drug it's under US sold under the brand name of plaquenil plaquenil is the name of the drug so this I really got a report of my forms hopefully that's the case and then I also told you the story yesterday is a Japanese flu drug that they say is clearly effective I told you that on yesterday's show that particular drug is five the revere Falvey pair of fear is the name of the drug and this is a Japanese drug so listen you've got the best of the best working around the clock not only on vaccine but we have the FDA doing fast tracks here and that's what needs to happen the greatest brains in virology and pharmaceuticals on the planet or working on this so hopefully we can come up with something as quickly as possible we also the state department today say two Americans do not travel abroad and if you're overseas try to come home that's a level for travel advisory from the U. S. state department Netflix has been asked to slow down streaming this is by the European Union Netflix was asked to slow down the streaming or to take H. D. the high definition quality down to more of a standard quality to reduce the amount of bandwidth that's being taxed by folks at home using Netflix or Netflix asking the slot I haven't heard about here in the U. S. but the European Union has asked Netflix to bring it down bank of America is warning that we are in a brutal recession the bank of America says that we are all ready now this quickly in an absolute brutal recession we know that the big automakers have shut down the automotive plants we've got to members of Congress Ben McAdams has tested positive also Florida's Mario D. az bowl large has tested positive they're both in self quarantine and their concern for the other members of Congress because any potential outbreak in Congress could delay some of the relief efforts on the voting so and then we also have the Surgeon General Jerome Adams trying to ask Kylie Jenner to get on social media and help the younger generation understand the danger.

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"pneumonia" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on KGO 810

"Different forms of all this is that we would have our lungs including pneumonia not think back to some people that have died of pneumonia maybe people you know maybe you had pneumonia it's it's rotten my grandmother died in her nursing home of pneumonia it was brutal to watch it breaks my heart to think about that absolutely have you been hospitalized come down the mon if you've been hospitalized for something and then you get pneumonia on top of it it's just miserable it's just it's just kicking a guy when he's down it's awful my pops is the hospital a couple weeks ago he had a bad of bacterial infections like it swelled up a little yeah he was the elephant man it was disgusting it was really gross will told how gross it with in every day yeah we're gonna hospital spent hours with dad in the hospital while the complaint about hospital food and he ended up getting some fluid in his lungs had little interest will fly but a slight case an ammonia it's like you're all your body's already fighting off this bacterial infection which is what pops out and then it's gonna try to fight off pneumonia right and it's no fun this whole else of prevention is better than a pound of cure that's that's basically how this was he wasn't doing the breathing exercises that they you know I have to you have to suck into the second the tube and and make sure your lungs are filling up he wasn't doing that so we end up in the mountains so that not only did he have to do that secondly to which he hated doing anyway but then he had a second of the two but try to cough up all the stuff they had was gross so I think we have to take this seriously I think we got to the press conference from the White House is ready to go here what are they saying at the White House the coronaviruses weekly today's meeting of the White House coronavirus task force and I couldn't be more proud of the efforts of all the men and women standing behind me for all of those standing behind them president trump said from early on this would be a whole of government approach the end today gives evidence of the fact that it is also a whole of America approach we're bringing the full resources of the federal government and the full resources of of this great economy and our great business sector to bear and protecting the American people and protecting American families a few updates from today as we continue to expand testing availability across the country testing is now available at all state labs by the end of this week there will be more than four million more tests made available in jurisdictions around the country one million are already in place thanks to the good work of our top commercial labs the president trump brought together yesterday lab core and west are in the process now of distributing and marketing coronavirus tests all across America and we're working with state local officials to ensure that that happens as rapidly as possible but as the testing it is expanding we want to make sure the American people of new that testing was available to them and that cost would not be a barrier today president trump assembled the top health insurance executives in America and as we announced earlier today all of our major health insurance companies have now joined with Medicare and Medicaid and agreed to all wave all co pays cover the cost of all treatment for those who contract the corona virus they've committed to no surprise billing and they've committed to encourage telemedicine it was a year ago that Medicaid actually expanded to pay for a telemedicine Medicare pays for telemedicine so now for seniors who may think that they are either at risk or have contracted the disease they can get medical advice without having to go to the doctor or go to an emergency room I know I speak for president trump and I say how grateful we are to see our health insurance industry stepped forward to meet this need for that but no American should be concerned about about being able to pay for or for the cost of a corona virus test if they the M. and their doctor deems it to be appropriate and necessary president also went to Capitol Hill today to meet with members of the United States Senate Republican caucus there he talked about an economic package including a call he's calling for payroll tax relief and I think most important of the president's heart we want to make sure that hourly workers hard working blue collar Americans that may not have paid family leave today the small and medium size businesses in America would be afforded the resources to provide paid leave so that no one would feel that they have to go to work if they might be infected or if they might have been exposed to the corona virus we had a good reception on Capitol Hill our legislative teams have fanned out we'll be working with Republican and Democrat leadership to move an economic package Larry Kudlow will be reflecting on that in just a few moments but we also talked about what are known as N. ninety five masks and were working as senator deb Fischer and others have important legislation that would extend temporary liability protection so that masks that are made for industrial use could be sold to hospitals to make sure that our health care workers are properly protected and outfitted and we're grateful for growing bipartisan support for that measure and we're gonna be working earnestly with Republicans and Democrats to move a a reforms that would make more in ninety five masks available I'm also pleased.

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"pneumonia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It off and then you have organ failure and you die pneumonia is a big a big concern as well but this is you're seeing an analysis that analysis right now that'll make the rounds there's lots of them on how if this gets as bad as some people are saying and that's what I want to walk you through and let's say that it gets to the point in in Italy we'll say we'll keep in Italy where they have you know fifty thousand confirmed cases and that fifty thousand confirmed cases they've got ten thousand people who aren't dying from it but need serious medical care like need to be in what happens when they don't have enough hospital beds what happens when they don't have enough respirators what happens when they don't have enough doctors and nurses to attend to those individuals that's the fear do you know what universal medical care does for that in the sense that you know that a law that says everyone must get Kerry noticed nothing did you go to a hospital say Hey I'm the law says then I I have to be treated and I'm worried that I'm going on tour of ours like I can't really breeze you know that they're gonna put you on a cot somewhere and they're gonna get you what they can get you when they can get a free who you gonna complain to where else you gonna go our the government see only check book on this issue right that's what we've been told the best thing who are you gonna go say Hey hold on a second I'm really worried I need I need more help that I'm getting when the doctor comes in and says sorry we don't know we don't have a a bed for you in the I see you but you know we can keep you out here in this waiting room in the hallway and I will put you on an IV if we have enough Ivies and we'll try to get you a respirator is in one year long start to fail but that's what we got name of the doctor thank you to Dr Salem is what we got do you think there's some law that Bernie Sanders would want to be the case for you can walk in and demand medical care is that they don't understand that supply and demand exists whether they want to or not this is or is it one of the fundamental failures of Marxism which is what Bernie Sanders is a Marxist that and I keep whose would be better if we all universal medical care no because right now if you really want are people having to make very clear determinations or whether or not they should go to the hospital and part of that is in fact the knee cost him and I and I I went to the the E. R. or her for you know for what I thought was basically flew once and looks at it a fever and everything is like a thousand dollars just to turn away I don't even get treated just into the waiting room and have them take my vitals tell me my blood pressure was fine of course in the waiting room for six hours thousand Bucks guess what I'm not going back to the hospital unless things are really bad Bernie Sanders thinks that if we had the government writing checks for everybody that would make it better when the situation is overwhelming the supply of medical care that's the real concern what is the government's going to use manufacture more doctors just just have more nurses appear like office online how we think the government's really good training the best nurses the government's really good it creating doctors now the market creates these things employment sector and the different tools that are needed to make these hospitals able to have the facilities necessary to treat people that's all this is all those market forces with all of this Bernie Sanders makes it sound like if only the government running checks would all be fine this is Bernie Sanders doesn't know what the heck is talking about ransomware attacks against governments businesses and individuals which include data on a computer demanding payment in exchange for decryption key those are on the rise even scarier prospective attackers don't even have to know how to create ransomware they.

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"pneumonia" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on AP News

"Health authorities in a central city with a viral pneumonia appears to have originated say they now have around 200 infected patients as of the weekend a third patient they had died bringing the death toll to 3 the outbreak coincides with the country's busiest travel period as millions board trains and planes for the lunar new year holidays China health officials say the source of the new type of corona virus has not yet been found and they don't fully understand how the virus is transmitted I'm Charles to that's my

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"pneumonia" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

"This podcast is supported by an educational grant by Bausch health made available through the CD a corporate support program and welcome back Jason Author Interviews. I'm Kirk Bar. Where the Editor in Chief of the journal Cutaneous Medicine and surgery and clinical professor of medicine at the University of Calgary agree today? I'm going to be speaking with. Dr Michel remained a colleague of mine here at the university and the author of an article that I selected for seamy credit from the November December Twenty Nineteen Nineteen Edition of the Journal. Dr Means article the entitled. The treatment of mycoplasma pneumonia induced rash bositis cyclist born is available for a free for the next three weeks through the JC MS website. I'm very happy that Dr remain has been able to join us today. She's an associate professor dermatology and community. Eighty pediatrics here. At the University of Calgary She's also the vice chair of the Camp Liberty Society so Show welcome back to Jay podcasts. Cast appreciate your taking the time to be with us today and help us understand and bring to life the article that you published in the JC mess called the treatment of mycoplasma pneumonia induced rash and mucus with Cyclosporin. Look you now a relatively new entity I mean this was it kind of looked at it and I remember in my emergency room practices seeing these people and Breezy working working them up for us and treating them for jazz and wondering why. It's all the mouth and genital mucosal involvement and not so much skin. So what have you learned from two thousand fifteen four with these three cases you present to us while the key thing I think I've learned over the last four or five years as how typically these cases present it's usually a child or young or an adolescent who comes in with this you are ti or lower or respiratory tract infection approach room. So they really do. They usually have a cough. They usually have been a bit unwell. There's kind of a history. They definitely sound like there's some kind of either viral or early bacterial illness going on and then to once that program is established. They start to develop sores. Initially it tends to affect the oral Mikasa so generally what you'll see. Is that clinical picture of a a child who has really severe hemorrhagic crusted mucus affecting the lips and then they'll have engine started have injected conjunctiva. They might have in retail involvement. I think no involvement is a little bit less common but Typically multi multi site mucus lettuce. And then the striking thing when when you look at these patients because you see how bad the sizes is that. They really don't have a lot of skin lesions. The mucus is drastically out of proportion to the skin. Lesions so I think I think that's that's the thing that has been just reinforce reinforced again and again with these patients is that they have this. Typical I guess morphology of a very very severe Yuka Seitis And out of proportion to their skin lesions which tend to be are there. Bullets Sore macular era thema. They typically don't have the classical targets of earthy multiform so pro drome COUPLA apple days. I noticed in case one of three him. Although this and recognizing this was her second episode of this she had a ten day program but most is two to three days that be fair until better after about a week a week most cases and of course by the time in your seeing them they already have the mucus is I would assume yes. Usually when when we see them they do right. So in in in the original description of Stevens Johnson Syndrome. It was a mucosal disease. Do you think they misdiagnosed it in the very beginning. Yes while if you look back to that original paper the Stevenson Johnson paper. I think it's from nineteen twenty two with those two cases both of awesome had a respiratory program and one of them completely recovered and the other one of them were covered very well. The second one I think was in a non tertiary care center initially and was transferred centrally later on his disease and he ended up with complications from his ocular involvement. He was left blind but otherwise recovered. Really well too you so they they sound like They could have beaten firm patients and I think over over time. It has the distinction in between S J S Moore has has become increasingly fuzzy as we look back retrospectively. It's it's it's really hard to it can be hard to separate out those patients but there's a there's a kind of obscure study in a Japanese study I think was Published in a journal called Allergan in two thousand eleven. The Neal Sheer pointed out to me at some point and it was an SDS study and they actually actually looked at SDS cases that were produced. That were felt in. Finally I guess that were attributed to drug versus SAS that was attributed to infection and they found that in the ones that were tribute to drug there is a lot more hepatitis. Though ones are attributed to infection there was a lot more respiratory referee program respiratory illness associated. So I think it's beaten. It exists in the literature. We just have to look at it with the right lens to pick out those distinctions. So Murmur is the new pneumonic my R. M. for mycoplasma. PNEUMONIA INDUCED RASHA MUCUS itis. And is it become pretty well. Well recognized throughout the pediatric dermatology world. Now as Moore. Yes I think is a recognizable entity to or an accepted entity too many. DPI trich dermatologist. One thing we've been talking about as part in our pediatric Dermatology Research Alliance group is Including other respiratory Tori pathogens as potential triggers than using terminology that would be more inclusive and the terminology that we proposed is rhyme so it's reactive infectious Eruption it's a kind of a project that we've been working on to improve how these patients are classified. Because I think sometimes times in patients that look like classical berm where we don't ultimately proved that there was a mycoplasma. Mycoplasma was present with the available tests. Them people might conclude that this is not actually berm but in fact there's probably a number of different respiratory pathogens that can trigger it as similar malir clinical picture and we don't have the test available to pick those up yet. Okay so let me learn this new MNEMONIC respond Tori induced reactive active infectious reactive infectious. Fox's you cutaneous eruption so it's bribe. It's easier there are other publications that have proposed the terminology firm okay so reactive infectious music. Continuous eruption yes. Okay and we don't know if you you know yes there is a publication on Verma. Ri R. M. I think it's respiratory in respiratory infection induced ration mucus itis and that was that was terms propose based on a patient who in cliff island ammonia was identified so rhyme or murmur Whatever we're talking about amongst each other to eleven o'clock at night you have this child in front of you? Typical presentation tation. Morphology your well-versed on treatment. Now give me some clues as to what we're going to start these kids on how we're going to manage them and so forth. Yeah so I think We've generally the diagnosis can can be established clinically if you can establish that a history of respiratory symptoms usually with the have a fever. Some cough possibly some shortness of breath. If they've actually got pneumonia and onic on examination. You might actually find some findings of pneumonia or the pediatricians that had are examining the patient may find those said symptoms if you are or those signs if you are a part of an on call service The chest X ray can be helpful as well sometimes. There were signs of pneumonia by the negative chest. X Ray doesn't rule out MYCOPLASMA and then we can do. There are some tests that can be performed in virtually every center to who established to help establish the diagnosis. Although the those tasks won't be back until after the treatment is initiated and those would be things like a mycoplasma Michael Plasma PCR which is generally ordered on a nasal for NGOs swab. And it's part of a respiratory pathogen panel the mycoplasma serology can also be ordered in most centers tonight. Gm But if you can get an ID g then you can do convalescent serology which you can repeat a two to four weeks and look for tighter. Increased is to see if there is an active infection And those are really the two the two main tasks. PR's considered the gold standard for microcosm diagnosis and then treatment can be initiated cheated in these patients. If you're really sure based on that clinical picture of impressive mucus with limited skin lesions a respiratory program that preceded onset of of these Impressive mutatis lesions of with a treatment for presumed Michael.

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"pneumonia" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"pneumonia" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"One zero two five, eight hundred seven seven one one zero two five. I don't want to. Are we allowed to talk about what you told us about JP, or is that, okay? I'm concerned. Oh, yeah. I guess would you here? He's got to know JP sent me a text from Roger JP, and I know they, they weren't on today, but I guess he has a Monja and he said, he's sure, not sure if he's gonna be able to make it to the prom so because of what pneumonia what did you say? Yeah. D bag. Pneumonia. The most at all just hang out with some friends around here. Pick each other apart. The most fascinating thing is right? When I got into the office that you started telling you this, you spouted off about four ammonia and I'm looking at drew, and I'm looking at seven, I'm like, maybe I don't know what the right word is because if it was wrong, drew told him it was wrong. And then what do you know, he was just pleading for this very moment in eight years of knowing this is one of the only words that he habitually gets wrong? And I always forget that he does it until he does. You know what I think that they're so similar that we should we should give it a pass when somebody when somebody says, ammonia pneumonia. I don't know. What's the difference? Somebody's learning the difference right now on the show. Right. A lot of people probably, especially you is thing because my mom used to clean the kitchen floors with ammonia every weekend. And now I just feel like I don't even see it anymore. I don't think they have a Monja by itself. Now, I think ammonia, inC another clean prostate probably tuning housewives were passing out. Would come along and sexually assault them, especially type of male that we heard about on Friday show. But you said it to me when we were alone in the office, the first time, and I sat there trying to keep my s together, and I'm like play this right play this, right? And then he said about four times a front of you and I couldn't look at you because I knew I was going to explode. Concerned.

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