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Parenting in a Pandemic with Pediatrician Dr Kelly Fradin

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

05:54 min | 3 months ago

Parenting in a Pandemic with Pediatrician Dr Kelly Fradin

"What a great opportunity and a meaningful position that it sounds like also gives you a little bit more bandwidth to do other things like you know, write a book during the pandemic. Yeah exactly. Yeah. Why don't you tell us about the logistics of that since a lot of folks feel like there's a zero extra bandwidth how did you? How did you pull that off I know so I, I was trying to do it all between March. And June, you know watching my two and a half year old helping my son was zoom kindergarten and working part time from home like four hours a day and it was really difficult and my my little girl started carrying around a toy phone and saying I'm unaware Komi and I was like, okay, something has to change. So in June I took a leave of absence normally have the summers off every anyway but I went out couple of weeks early. And in July, I started to send out a newsletter and I compiled everything. I had written about Corona virus just in bits and pieces on instagram captions and it was fifty pages and I said my has in like it's like a lot of content I've already written like This and you know he said like, yeah, you should. You know you have. My background just fits really naturally with the topic like I did my college thesis about Stress Management in Psychology, and then in residency idea research on Kawasaki Disease, which is Kinda like misc and I did you know I know more than the average person about complex conditions and I published also on when you have respiratory illnesses and you're hospitalized as a child so it just felt like Kinda destiny that I should try to compile a resource to help families so I did it in in a month. mostly like from eight to midnight men sometimes in the morning and it was really fast and I think one of the things. That I learned from the experience was how important passion is professionally because when you get a project that you think is really important and when you believe in something, you can just you make it work. I hadn't had anything that I have been like so excited about in committed. In a while and so that was a nice experience to remind me like why we are we do we do. It sounds like you are perfectly positioned was that you did a conventional publishing deal writers itself. I did everything myself. So I've I've tried to learn a lot about like covers and book layouts in audio books I recorded my own audio book in my closet. About how we do podcasts over here? So Thankfully, totally with you on that. and. Anything writing about this other places to women. So Sarah and I saw what you had written in Emily. Newsletter of course, she is a previous podcast guests use the author of a couple of books like crib sheet expecting better about you know the actual research and what it says on on pregnancy in child raising and things like that, and she has a very balanced. Approach on risk and such like that which sounds like it fits a lot with your. Philosophy as well. So can you talk to our listeners a little bit about what you wrote for her newsletter about about code? Right, I you know I was so happy to connect with Emily Austria this this pandemic because. You. Know it's been a rapid fire Some scientists say it's like we're getting hit with a fire hose of information about corona virus because it's so new and everybody is thinking about it and talking about it. There's so much data to take in an analyze, but I was so happy and reassured to see that. When we all read all of the studies we kind of interpreted them in a similar way with regards to children's health, which is that while we don't know everything everything we do know so far is. Is On the more reassuring sign regarding children regarding the severity of illness, more similar to other respiratory illnesses like the flu and RSV that four children that that krona virus doesn't seem to be worse than other viruses. Now I think is important for a general audience that I emphasized these these regular respiratory viruses we see are a problem for children. Thousands of children are hospitalized every year for RSV and flu. So I'm not trying to dismiss or minimize the risk. There are children who have died of corona virus and it's a tragedy but I think it's also important that we take it in context as we make our decisions like what's different about this or what's new about this and how does it affect? Our decision making as parents. So what I tried to address for her her newsletter was about. How worried parents should be about the long term side effects of Corona virus for children because there's been a lot in the news about about long haulers, adults and children who have prolonged symptoms from coronavirus. So, we obviously have a lot to learn about this because it hasn't been very long but I tried to give my best guesses as a pediatrician about how to put this in context for families because statistically, for example, the MISC which is the sort of immune system overreaction that some children have from corona virus that lands them in the hospital. It's a scary disorder, but thankfully, it has been rare and treatable. So, while awareness about it is important, I don't think it's the kind of disorder that has to change parents opinions or keep them up at night worried about it because it is it is so rare at this point. So while they're certainly may be some long term side effects from Cremona. Virus. I think parents can leave that to doctors to worry about and research and learn about and and not worry about them. Now because I don't think we have evidence that they exist in a meaningful way. That should alter your decision making now.

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"rsv" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"rsv" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Or placebo at the start of an RSP season, the incidents. Incidents of medically attended RSV associated lower respiratory tract infection was seventy point, one percent lower with nurse seven, APP prophylaxis, then with Placebo two, point, six percent versus nine point, five percent of infants and the incidence of hospitalization for RSV associated lower respiratory tract infection was seventy eight point four percent lower with Nur. Seven mob than with Placebo Zero Point, eight percent versus four point. One percent of infants. These differences were consistent throughout the one hundred, fifty day period after the dose was administered and across geographic locations and RSV subtypes. Adverse events were similar in the to trial groups with no notable hypersensitivity reactions. A single injection of nurse mob resulted in fewer medically attended RSV associated lower respiratory tract infections and hospitalizations. Then placebo throughout the RSV season in healthy preterm infants. Respiratory Sincil, virus vaccination during pregnancy and effects in infants by Shabbir Maddie from the University of voters. Ron. Johannesburg. South Africa. This study four, thousand, six, hundred, thirty, six, healthy pregnant women at Twenty, eight weeks through thirty, six weeks of just station with an expected delivery date near the start of the RSV season were really assigned to receive a single intramuscular dose of RSP Fusion F Protein Nanoparticle vaccine, or placebo during the first ninety days of life. The percentage of infants with RSV associated medically significant lower respiratory tract infection was one point, five percent in the vaccine group and two point, four percent in the Placebo Group vaccine efficacy. Thirty nine point, four percent. The corresponding percentages for RSV associated lower respiratory tract infection with severe hypoc seem were zero point, five percent and one percent vaccine efficacy, forty, eight, point, three percent. Percent and the percentages for hospitalization for RSV associated lower respiratory tract infection or two point one percent Ansari Point seven percent vaccine efficacy forty, four, point, four, percent local injection site reactions among the women were more common with vaccine than with Placebo Forty, point, seven percent versus nine point, nine percent. But the percentages of participants who had other adverse events were similar in the two groups RSV F protein nanoparticle vaccination in pregnant women did not meet the pre specified success criterion for efficacy against RSV associated medically significant lower respiratory tract infection in infants up to ninety days of life. The suggestion of possible benefit with respect to other endpoint events, involving RSV, associated respiratory disease in infants, warrants, further study. H Cody Meisner from Tufts University School of Medicine Boston writes in an editorial that the development of a safe and effective. RSV vaccine has been a goal for decades however negative experience with a formal in inactivated R., S. V., vaccine that was evaluated in young children in the nineteen sixties. The vaccine had simulated production of non neutralizing antibodies and t cell response that resulted in enhanced RSV disease in a subsequent season led to ongoing concerns about potential untarred effects of a non live RSV vaccine. These concerns resonate today with efforts to develop A. A vaccine against SARS covy to another aren a respiratory virus. Ideally, a safe and effective RSV vaccine will induce a more sustained adaptive immune response than the response that occurs after natural RSV infection. The results of the two current trials support the.

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"rsv" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"rsv" Discussed on WWL

"RSV both of which are viruses we know we're circulating and that was Melissa's ago it's reporting in Wisconsin hospitals around the state from Wilcox Milwaukee rather to Green Bay are beginning drive through testing for the corona virus there are specific requirements for you to get tested you need to contact your primary care doctor first and the pre screened from there you can set up an appointment to get attached North Carolina has closed bars and dine in restaurants throughout the state to slow the spread of the corona virus the state is also lifting restrictions on getting unemployment benefits and inmates across the state being held on misdemeanor charges have now been released we're going to Florida to drive up testing facilities opened in Martin and Palm Beach counties both facilities are by appointment only and only accepting patients who meet the state's requirements for testing more testing sites will open soon in Palm Beach St Lucie Broward an Indian River county soon and the governor has vowed to open mass testing sites at stadiums in Miami and Jacksonville well spring break is coming to an abrupt end for crowds of college students in Florida the state is closing its a busiest beaches and nightlife areas to slow the spread of the corona virus citizens might Kunio is in Miami change is coming to Miami with the fear in spread of the corona virus on Miami beach they're telling down spring break by limiting traffic we opening ocean drive and shutting down a three block stretch of beach every night beginning at five PM we're closing the busiest portions.

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"rsv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"rsv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"To receive the media attention here in the United States flu has proven to be more infectious and deadly than the viral pneumonia from China according to children's health is the week of January nineteen saw a slight increase in positive flu and respiratory syncytial virus sars V. cases RSV is a common respiratory viruses can cause cold like symptoms Dallas County health and Human Services has reported fourteen flu related deaths in Dallas County during the current flu season one of those patients was a child and all of the patients had underlying medical issues the gender wage gap is widening you are is closing rather research center says the gap is as close as ever band then it's still noticeable all women now earn about an eighty five cents for every dollar a man makes in nineteen eighty that gap was thirty three cents the findings also show that more women hold college degrees forty percent to thirty five percent now here's the latest from CBS CBS news update the Senate rejected a motion to allow consideration of additional witnesses and documents and president trump's impeachment trial rebel thing Democrats and virtually ensuring the presents ultimate acquittal on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of justice from attorney Jay secular answered a question by Republican senators who want to know of house managers whatever agreed that the Senate held a fair trial if the president ends up getting acquitted next week there in point is we'll just give us John Bolton and then you know you don't get anybody and were you were you get or then you know you get one and we get one and then that one may lead to somebody else it's not the way it works Democrat Chuck Schumer to not allow.

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The "Thank You Project"

Kind World

06:28 min | 1 year ago

The "Thank You Project"

"We got the chance to speak to Nancy Davis Co and she's the author of a book called the thank you project in two thousand sixteen. Nancy celebrated her Fiftieth Fiftieth Birthday. And she wanted to do something to mark that milestone so she started writing. Thank you letters to all of the people and places and things that the difference in her life little did she know that spending one year writing these thoughtful letters would have such a profound impact on her every week. I sat down on Friday afternoons to write my one letter and I would sit and fill up a page about why somebody had been important in my life and I could physically feel my shoulders relaxing. My Jaw clenching. Just a sense of calmness and peace would wash over me and I realized that the gratitude letters were helping me refocus every week. I could think no matter. How many horrible things that happened that week I could think okay? I have this one person in my corner and it was just a really amazing way to do a reset Nancy. I'd love to hear an example of one of the letters you wrote sure I'd love to share one. That didn't make it into the book but I really enjoyed writing this to my daughter's pediatric nurse. Her name's Jen And I wrote dear dear John. I'm writing because I turned fifty last year and decided to write a thank. You note to fifty people who have made a difference in my life for the care. Consistency and compassion compassion. You've shown Mattie and Lucy as pediatric nurse since they were each only a few days old I had to include you on that list. Your reassurance and skill have made my job as their mom easier. And I'm deeply grateful for that. You and I have probably stared together at those children on the Exam Table One hundred times in the past eighteen years but there there are a few visits that really stood out to me was when Matty was about ten months old and you said I just love seeing how you two are together. It was a tiny sentence tints but it was such a confidence boost to a new mom from a professional who saw moms and their children all day. Long whether you meant it or not I took it as a sign that I was doing. Okay with my a baby girl. I also remember that horrible period when Lucy was five weeks old and was hospitalized with. RSV She came through it unscathed. But when I brought her in for checkup a couple of days after she was discharged. You took one look at me and understood what I was unable to say out loud. I was about three feet past the end of my rope and gasping for help and and you saw that and you rescued me. I believe the prescription was for my husband to get both girls out of the house so I could sleep uninterrupted for basically a day I consider that nap. The only reason I didn't and fall into postpartum depression my kids are thriving and confident and hardworking and smart and I remember occasionally but never enough to give thanks that they are healthy on top top of it for your role and keeping them that way. I am so grateful with thanks Nancy. You're so specific. You gave very specific compliments and very specific examples. Well the Nice thing I learned in writing the book I really wanted to understand the science behind. Why gratitude letters worked on me so well and one of the things they talk about as positive recall bias? So what that means is you can train yourself to look for positive things by looking for positive things so it's really like working gratitude muscle and it got. I loved that part of trying to figure out specifically what it was. I think you're right. I'm sure Jen saw seventy seventy kids a day or however many hersler her caseload was. She doesn't remember the specifics but I can remember them because I only had two kids and I know every time time they were sick and she was so reassuring that it was it made my job easier and that was the kind of thing I wanted to make sure she understood Nancy. So you talk about how transformative this was to yourself. You just told us about how physically affected you but I want you to take us back to your first letter you you know. Who did you write it to? What were you feeling when you were writing it? How did you start you know? Take us back. I wanted to start with my mom in part because she she has dementia. I felt that there was some time urgency to that. Thank you mom. Thank you for being such that. You'll warm affectionate supportive. Funny Mother someone who pulled off the deceptively simple trick of creating a home that served both as a sanctuary and a launch pad for. Sally Larry Gary and me a joke about it with my writer friends. My parents were so nice. They didn't give me any material to write a memoir about but they know I know and you know that our family family life was the best gift you could ever give me one of the things that I realized as I wrote wrote to her is that I needed to apologize to her. Because I had this fiction my head that I was really easy kid for her to raise that I had not given her any problems. well as a mom of two two teenage girls at the time I knew that that could not have been true. It's just not it's not humanly possible for a teenage girl to not give her mother some grief. So Oh that really was the first instance but not the last where forgiveness came into play with this project. Because when you're thinking about someone on who has made a difference in your life maybe there are old resentments that you're holding onto or you think well this person does all these good things for me. But they haven't shown for me in this other way and found that writing. The letters really fostered a sense of forgiveness toward the people I was writing and in some cases it really made me WanNa make amends. It made me WanNa be a better friend a better relative because I've been the beneficiary of so much kindness in my life I think an essay I read a couple of years ago about a woman who feels herself becoming invisible to her family realizing that she's like air who thinks about air air but then again what do you do without it. I'm saying now what I was too young and dumb to understand. Then you are the root source of the happiness and stability in in my life you have always taught me so much from the flash cards that may be an early reader to that moment when I was twenty two to last week when you and dad took my aunt to the doctor and showed me once again what familial love and devotion should look like. I love you mom. I'm just so incredibly lucky to be your

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"rsv" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"rsv" Discussed on KOMO

"For RSV with so it's common sense things you know avoiding contact with people who are sick washing your hands off and you obviously want to avoid touching your face we say that all the time clean and disinfect services those hot spots like doorknobs because this virus can live on those areas and if possible stay home if you're sick another couple extra hard Sanders with you and what were the environmental highlights of two thousand nineteen king county eco consumer Tom Watson shares his one local highlight environmentally was the rise of youth climate change activism in September more than five thousand people mostly under eighteen participated in a March in Seattle for the youth climate strike that's the international movement led by Swedish student at Greta tune bear in Seattle youth activist Janeane Margolin has also been prominent on the world stage speaking to Congress and at the United Nations on the government side environmentally the state legislature passed a package of bills signed by governor Insley projected to reduce the state's annual greenhouse gas emissions by seventeen percent in fifteen years and the governor of course ran for president calling attention to climate change his signature issue her caught on nationally though any ended his campaign in August and it like it or hate it one major piece of environment related news this past year was the vote to lower car tab fees to thirty dollars which could reduce mass transit funding across the state by billions and now we're on to the next decade king county eco consumer Tom Watson on komo news.

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"rsv" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"rsv" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Want the your child coming into contact with any of these viruses so the newest day warning coming out is that if you have a child under two especially during cold and flu CIGS season have and I'm not making this up have no physical contact with them at all any more than necessary and do not in the name of god in all things holy chief them or show them any physical affection a what so ever hugging anything like that because if you do you could be killing your truck you're gonna raise a closed off little antisocial emotionless freak but at least they won't have RSV which is again respiratory sink sink usual virus I'm not saying that right because I don't have eight eight zero fifty six seventy eight is the number that's eight eight zero Kay and estate don't care for children I'm Casey Bartholomew this is the morning ritual with Jerry Lewis on McCain S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons both stimulating talk president trump telling reporters he doesn't believe impeachment will hurt his legacy he called the impeachment a big fat hoax on Twitter the president said Democrats aim to impeach him over nothing and that the Republican led Senate will give him a fair trial a Virginia man is accused of trying to provide material support to ISIS court documents show Romeo Langhorne wanted to make a video on how to put together a deadly explosive and a state lawmaker wants to be privatized prison health care representative Diego Rodriguez has filed a bill that would remove private contractors from inmate health care he calls health care privatization a failed experiment I'm Gregg Paul Kay in S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk metro has the best deal on wireless switch today and get one for Amazon prime membership included in select plans.

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"rsv" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Program. And what we do is we help provide individualized personalized support for individuals fifty five and over that are looking to give back to the community in all sorts of ways. And so how we do that is by helping to match you up with your ideal. Volunteer opportunity Oliver northern Virginia. So joining RSVP can save folks a lot of time and a lot of work, and you can start getting out there volunteering very quickly. Can you walk? Sued the on boarding process for somebody who wants to become a RSVP, volunteer. Yes. Definitely. So the first step is to come out to one of our information sessions, which we hold two of those each month and the the location varies like I said, we're all over northern Virginia. So people usually try to sign up for one in their area. And so that's just an hour free information session. Learn about the program get signed up and then after that session. I talked to everyone individually on the phone about their preferences. So how frequently they're looking to volunteer in what service area, if they have anything in mind just kind of get a feel for their background and their interests. And then that way I can go through all of our opportunities, which is oh probably over three hundred at this point. And I put together a personalized document of all these different opportunities that I think fits what they're looking for. And then they pick one or. Two or multiple, and I get them in contact with that organization and help facilitate that process, that's fantastic. And as reaches thousands of listeners across the DMV. If a listener does not live in Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria, Carly are there other RSV programs that they can join. Yes, definitely. So yes, leg rob said. We are strictly in Fairfax county, Arlington county, Alexandria. But there are programs in Maryland in Prince George's county in Montgomery County, and then also south of us in Prince William county, that's fantastic. And we're going to talk to Ken now. But just in case somebody's wondering I wanna call. I want to get more information. Right. This very second. What's the best way to do that? Yes. So.

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"rsv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"All right. Thank you. Dan, right now, it's fifty eight. Degrees. Good afternoon. It's twelve forty. I'm Melissa Harrison live in the Mercedes Benz of plano news center. Ten eighty pump flights checking out gasoline prices for us here in North Texas. Current local average here a dollar ninety eight a gallon still finding it cheap in Denton dollar sixty nine a gallon at Bucky stare on thirty five near Frankford road, dollar seventy seven in chief places. One in Mansfield at the Sam's Club at FM one fifty seven and deputy lane another northeast Dallas at the Sam's Club there Macree road near northwest highway once again, the current local average here dollar ninety eight a gallon a maintenance worker is recovering this afternoon after folly nearly twenty feet inside the clock tower at the old courthouse in Fort Worth firefighters say that the man was working on the clock tower. When he fell this morning, crews used a rope system to rescue the worker and lower him to safety. He was taken to the hospital and is reported to be in serious but stable condition. Well, the number of RSV and flu cases in children is keeping doctors busy in North Texas. Dr Sharma is a pediatric pulmonologist at children's help. And she talked about this with KRLD's Kelly. We so doctor hasn't been pretty bad RSV and flu season for children. We're starting to see an uptick in the numbers of cases have various respiratory viral illicit and that includes the. Numbers are still fairly. They're starting to increase along with respiratory viral illnesses, common kids like rhinovirus and. And so what are some of the ways that we can prevent this from happening? Some of it is that kids get viruses. That's how we train their needs to hand hygiene thing away from people who are sick. Those are those are things that are very helpful. When we're talking about colds and flu or there's some myths out there. A lot of believe that if we can walk. Coworker without. We're gonna get a cold. Cold. Coulter caused by. There's no exposure colder than going to give you I think that's one of them. I think another very common. Listen, you get the flu from the flu vaccine. There is no actual line. Influenza vaccine the injectable, so you don't get the flu from it. Does protect you from complications of the again that is Dr previous Sharma with children's help. Well, Amazon workers are working like mad right now. But how are they dealing with the overwhelming orders? This holiday season w J's has more. It's an inspirational message as you walk into the Amazon fulfillment center here in Livonia, work hard. How farm and history. Amazon workers are nearly working around the clock making some history summer working eleven or twelve hour shifts like Michael from garden city. He loves the job here. He says he's getting ready for the holidays is a fun. Oh, absolutely. You know, supplying the people with their Christmas gifts. Always good feeling. I know and the people at Amazon have a lot of smiles on their faces. Still don't know how they do it. Charlie Langton for Bs news, Detroit. Well, those news standing ers you see across the area. Guess what they could cost you more than you think. We'll tell you about the AARP's latest study coming up right now. radio It's twelve.

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"rsv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Eighty KRLD. The number of RSV inclu cases and children is apparently keeping doctors busy here. In North Texas. Dr d Sharma is a pediatric pulmonologist at children's health. And she talked about this with KRLD's Kelly. We so doctor has it been a pretty bad RSV and flu season for children. We're starting to see an uptick in the numbers of cases you travel various respiratory viral. Listen, and that includes the. Fairly that they're starting to increase along with respiratory viral illnesses comedy like rhinovirus and are in. So what are some of the ways that we can prevent this from happening? Some of it is that kids get viruses. That's how we train their needs. But also good hand hygiene thing away from people. More. Those are those are things that are very helpful. And when we're talking about colds and flu or there's some myths out there. A lot of believe that if we go outside with other coworker without. Doc on we're gonna get a cold. Cold. Coulter caused by viruses there, there's no exposure to cold isn't going to give you one of them. I think another common lifted you get the flu from the flu vaccine. There is no actual live virus. Injectable? You don't get the flu from it. But it does protect you from complications of and again that is Dr Preeti Sharma with children's help..

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"rsv" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"The book that I read last year is the book that you should all read for advent. It's incredible. It's by pope emeritus Benedict. The sixteenth. And it's I think it's Jesus the infancy narrative, I think that's what it's called. He has a trilogy on Jesus. And it's the first one I think it was actually written last. But it's sequentially. It's the first one which is about the Nativity and the infancy of Christ. It's a very short book. It's eminently readable. It is so profoundly moving that is what everybody should be reading for advent that was recommend recommended to me is advent reading by Andrew klavan. And that's a man who has written books with words. So you know that you can trust the recommendation from David Mr. Knowles. I feel like you've answered this question previously. Well, then why are you asking me, dude? I'll I'll go on. But what translation of the bible would you suggest a new reader start with? I've been to church plenty of times, I've watched Jordan Peterson's lectures on the bible multiple times. But it struck me that I haven't actually sat and read it front to back. Thanks to show DJ. I recommend the revised standard version, the Catholic edition, specifically, not the regular RSV. But the Catholic addition that's important or the English standard version the ESP. Those are indicate JV is the most beautiful the King James version. But if you want one that's a little more modern and readable, the V C or the ESPN. Those are the two best from Rosemary. I'm a female evangelical dating, I male Catholic. What do I need to know? We're both conservatives that love Jesus you need to watch his his wrist when he's pouring the wine the conservatives. I notice more than the Jellicoe as they got a pretty liberal poor. You know, when they're they're out on dates you got to watch out for that. That's my that's my only advice take it from someone who knows taken from an expert. All right. That's all. That's all. I've got enjoy your. Dates you'll have you'll have a wonderful life together. I hope that's our show come back. That's that's all for the weekend. So make sure you've binge and other kingdom because the another kingdom season two is coming to an end. I think the last episode is coming out on Monday. And it is really good it. I I can say this because I didn't write it even drew said at though, you know, he we were doing the were doing the recording of it. And he comes in. He says I gotta tell you the ending of this season is really good. And then I read it, and it is really good. So if you aren't caught up catch up on it. It's exceptionally moving really really like it. And and then we'll have to get ready for season. Three godwilling. That's our show. In the meantime, unlike Ono's, this is the Michael null show have a good weekend..

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"rsv" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"They're very differently can trade sort of mutations within the same virus to know if it's a mutating virus. I a different virus and very clear from everyone who studied and sequenced the virus that we're seeing now that this is not poliovirus very different virus. How our interior viruses must likely spread the majority fecal oral route. And so they're shutting the stool. So it's spread through contaminated, food or water or dirty hands. But some of them like. Sixty eight is a respiratory pathogens spread through respiratory secretions. Similar to other respiratory viruses, like insulin or RSV is I had a four year old child and the people listening to this radio broadcasts have four year old children, which is sort of the median age where this might likely occur. What would you tell parents with four year olds to look for what symptoms, and then what should they do if those symptoms arise? Yeah. So the first Fairwood stage. So your listeners is that, thankfully, this is still relatively uncommon complication, and so that's the good news. We're not seen thousands and thousands of cases. So that's somewhat reassuring in terms of that this is not super common. The second thing is that I would tell family that if they ever known it that their child is not using their arm or their leg or they're complaining about pain in their arm or their leg, then that would be a worrisome thought, they should seek medical attention right away. Similarly, if they're having difficulties falling or difficulty talking again, though, the bee flies they should seek my whole tension right away. Is it fair to say to parents that they noticed that child was not moving their arm or complaining about pain in their arm or their leg? And it's ten o'clock at night or midnight that the best thing to do is to go immediately to an emergency entrance of local hospital and not wait to the next day to try to get into see a doctor. If your child downloading their armor, lay in my opinion would warrant a trip to the emergency room to be seen as soon as possible. And I stress that George because in the past when you think of flu whether you're an adult or a child having some kind of a pain or an ache in your arm or arms or neck or back or legs was expected with flu. Now, this is a whole new red warning sign that if you have a child especially in that mean average age a four like between four and six or seven, and you have a child who says my arm hurts. My shoulder hurts my neck hurts my leg hurts. Really it would not be being overreacted to take that child. Even if it's two o'clock in the morning to an emergency room because it is better now to be safe than sorry because time seems to be one of the factors. This is really a tough problem to crack, you would think in this era. It seems that scientists should be able to just grab tissue samples and sequenced genes of everything in them. And then say here is the microbial culprit, but it hasn't happened so far no single germ has shown up in every case. And we have now over four hundred cases in four years. And if they add this new group of one hundred seventy that's a big jump suddenly in twenty eight teen. So despite all the tools of modern science, this one is a hard to undo. Stand. And there's something else. People should also realize it is risky to take biopsies of the actual affected. Tissues. And that's because they would be in the nerves of the brain and the spine doctors have mostly drawn and analyze samples of spinal fluid. But there's no guarantee that whatever causes af m is actually there in the spinal fluid, and you can do damage. This is a very difficult problem. And it is almost like a mystery why after four years with spikes in twenty fourteen twenty sixteen now twenty eighteen and if he's one hundred and seventy new cases are confirmed by the CDC, it is a big jump..

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"rsv" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Month of June for ninety nine cents. And I tunes, oh, and it's like, you know, we don't have the big money that Netflix for your consideration trying to get for the. All right, guys. Let's your viral marketing campaign. I'm gonna hype it up, but thank you so much for being on. We've really got gotta, go grab some vegan food. RSV for you. We always your recipe for each podcast. We're gonna do a macaroni Basha Mel. Yeah, we're gonna do it vegan and we know that that's like it has Newton Derek component to organize it down, worry about it. Don't worry about. It's going to be. How can I get this spring. Potluck. Goes before my version can be before my my family altern vegan. Yeah. It was like the best dish that my wife would cook, and now we miss Like Haifa you. Caccio I got you. We're gonna work on. We're gonna throw it up on our all our social media channels that you guys can try this classic Egyptian comfort food and think he's mushrooming. Really appreciate it. Tear some useful cartoon. You might not be aware of if you've had your stereo stolen and have a deep hole into your engine block, don't put a cactus there. The. Very specific example. Michelle is from experience. It's like the opposite of an airbag. We, we are here to tell you about our sponsor. Michelle is just very bitter about the hole in her dash. A hot truecar also sells used cars..

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"rsv" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Month of June for ninety nine cents. And I tunes, oh, and it's like, you know, we don't have the big money that Netflix for your consideration trying to get for the. All right, guys. Let's your viral marketing campaign. I'm gonna hype it up, but thank you so much for being on. We've really got gotta, go grab some vegan food. RSV for you. We always your recipe for each podcast. We're gonna do a macaroni Basha Mel. Yeah, we're gonna do it vegan and we know that that's like it has Newton Derek component to organize it down, worry about it. Don't worry about. It's going to be. How can I get this spring. Potluck. Goes before my version can be before my my family altern vegan. Yeah. It was like the best dish that my wife would cook, and now we miss Like Haifa you. Caccio I got you. We're gonna work on. We're gonna throw it up on our all our social media channels that you guys can try this classic Egyptian comfort food and think he's mushrooming. Really appreciate it. Tear some useful cartoon. You might not be aware of if you've had your stereo stolen and have a deep hole into your engine block, don't put a cactus there. The. Very specific example. Michelle is from experience. It's like the opposite of an airbag. We, we are here to tell you about our sponsor. Michelle is just very bitter about the hole in her dash. A hot truecar also sells used cars..

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"rsv" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on WWL

"Wwl the news talk and sports leader nine forty now in a moment will talk about the judiciary and donald trump and the war there in john malcolm is our guest he'll be speaking today at the palace cafe was gentleman is the director of the meese center for legal and judicial studies at the heritage foundation good morning sir hype quite agree with you thanks for taking the time i presume the event is sold out i don't know i think that that could always squeeze in one more anybody who would like to show up and listen i think with the uh we'll probably get in it would be great to see them i'm just gonna the website that says uh ours limited rsv by wednesday but you'd still might be able to get in your right tell me tell tell me what it is you're gonna be talking about in the whole concept of the judiciary in a war against president trump tower well how the the federal judiciary there can accurate judges are out there have just be gavel the trump administration i and have been entering nationwide injunctions putting a halt to all sorts of initiatives that the president has uh has tried to implement the travel ban the daca program sanctuary cities uh transgendered individual serving in the military of these towns environmental policies a contraceptive cover a new new contraception walls have been enjoying a sort of federal judiciary is been you know the bureau no shortage of challengers out there uh and they've been very very selective about the judges that they have where they have filed cases uh and the trump administration has largely been flanax by a lot of these judges than this the supreme court is going here's the travel ban case uh so that might uh that might lat watch jim might finally get clear up but these other cases are still winding their way through the court system in really prevented the trump administration pregnant plumet beach agenda i know infinitely less than you've ever forgotten about this good at how jhandi draw the distinction and i've heard people say this one person's activists judges and other persons person's again jurists the just depends which side of the boat which sides which side of the argument iran hurley hugh hewitt it through a political land and in the crippled argument to to a graf because judges.

"rsv" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But then by she to sprang up jumped data bed in took off pushed him john lewis did that funny whoa whoa whoa cameron showing regain is so i know you wanna give the kenya hug his dope oh nice he's going to your typical to own gentofte off and because we religion felt it was kind of important she some tricks she's learned hello this is radio's they have no idea what you just did vincent resolves you know it's it's interesting because uh as journalists again we we spent a lot of time chronicling sometime very tablets and uh what's interesting that place yesterday morning by journalistic standards nothing happened no we need to do is she it was it was it was wouldn't even beyond journalist degrade arth but what she knows apparent does the especially after you've been through what we went through the of him on the markets yet was everything happening a monkeys nothing india value we rain everything happened yesterday and i was a couple of hours the entire world was contained inside that mine capital cases and all of her think of all the blank chapters of her life were inside that morning waiting to be written as for you at the end and do you feel like you're out of the woods well uh both tom and kelly said no way and then thom tillis about these flu shots it jeweler begets they're not just flew shots there like uh flu shots like superfoods shots and they there's four shots you yet and i swear to god the cost fourteen thousand dollars for this worshiped and that is that the real number he does a that's a fact less they are designed to help protect her from uh rsv which is a virus that in most people just presents is a common cold but you know sh her lungs are still recovering and are still developing and rsv can be devastating and there are some other concerns it could still creep in down the road some studies have shown this.

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"rsv" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Dot com friday's too busy stayed weak always tgi after grinding includes friday do not lay it up come strong are coming up at about fifteen minutes yogi roth a pac 12 network analyst was a great conversation he's first up well how about fifteen minutes our number two now the good front of the program legia reports mike freeman lots of nfl to get to with him in the third hour milwaukee brewers third baseman travis shaw every time we put a brewer on milwaukee's shows up in a big way on the program so i've got those three interviews i've got tons of takes and thoughts topics lots yet to and we are a week out of these smack off yesterday brad in corona rsv pede it got somewhat overlooked because the oj verdy came down and we had mike leigh johnson one reset that and you now have exactly one week to get in if you're not already smack opposite we from today have got more thoughts on the event which i'll hit first things first here is something that i'm not surprised to be sang repeat that i am not surprised it'd be saying this hugh freeze resigned yesterday as the old miss had football coach here's something i never thought that i would say however he resigned yet yesterday as the old miss head football coach because according to yang who sports quote the school founded at least one call from the coach to it escort service on his school issued phone let me repeat that hugh freeze resigned because she made at least one phone call to an escort service on a school issued cell phone given that that school is under investigation for twenty one violations i certainly could have seen freeze resigning because of the violations but i never imagined it would be for calling an escort service from a university fawn and that's not even the most insane part to foia appreciate this entire story let's go back to last week when yahoo sports asked the school about cell phone call it 834 pm on january twenty i 2016 to a detroit number that is linked via various websites to a floridabased escort service now that cost surfaced as part of a lawsuit by former coach houston nut who is suing the school in part because of a.

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"rsv" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Friday's too busy stayed weak always tgi after grinding includes friday do not lay it up come strong are coming up at about fifteen minutes yogi roth a pac 12 network analyst was a great conversation he's first up well have that about fifteen minutes our number two now the good front of the program legia reports mike freeman lots of nfl to get to with him in the third hour milwaukee brewers third baseman travis shaw every time we put a brewer on milwaukee's shows up in a big way on the program so i've got those three interviews i've got tons of takes an thoughts topics last yet to and we are a week out of these smack off yesterday brad in corona rsv pede it got somewhat overlooked because the oj vertic came down and we had mike leigh johnson one reset that and you now have exactly one week to get in if you're not already smack opposite we from today have come more thoughts on the event which i'll hit first things first here is something that i'm not surprised to be sang repeat that i am not surprised to be saying this hugh freeze resigned yesterday as the old miss had football coach here's something i never thought that i would say however he resigned yes saturday as the old miss head football coach because according to yang who sports quote the school founded at least one call from the coach to it escort service on his school issued phone let me repeat that hugh freeze resigned because he he made at least one phone call to an escort service on a school issued cellphone given that that school is under investigation for twenty one violations i certainly could have seen freeze resigning because of the violations but i never imagined it would be for calling an escort service from a university fawn and that's not even the most insane park to foia appreciate this entire story let's go back to last week when yahoo sports asked the school about cell phone call it 834 pm on january twenty i 2016 to a detroit number that is linked via various websites to a floridabased escort service now that cost surfaced as part of a lawsuit by former coach houston nut who is suing the school in part because of a.

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"rsv" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rsv" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"A hundred point we're all going to get a free chiluba from taco bell well the word were stuck at ninety nine point we already have the game won but one other guys get filed rely one second left who go up to take a three throat and remember them boat time runs out and we all go home without our free chiluba we booed thereafter opera court that how bad these guys were and and now they're ripping titled an and breaking all kinds of record what an unbelievable tyron i gotta go on credit for allowing went back are the cleveland browns going to start piling up lombardi trophies now that could premier on let me get out here at taleb have enough time to come in here with his take on amy fisher and joey hugo we all need to know what the latest cause without story i'm out game is five grant he's won the smack off a veto today's not smack off right it's a great are as pe vic in no cow as job victor would come in here that's the kind of our acp i'm looking for and what he talked about but a few go and amy fisheries talking about caleb and berry kayla toernell west of brand is now right there mary k i can't imagine that that didn't work out between her and her loved one i mean that those two kids do not rolled together how did that now work out like but a few gone amy fisher anyway caleb is a he's a guy was gotten a dump before he's the guy would look at once before who knows that maybe got something up his sleeve kaelin how about your r s p i've heard rumblings that you're gonna come on the air within our as vp that makes two two excellent or as the fact that is to for me mark boston yesterday nailed his eyes vp vic in cal although he didn't actually used the phrase i'm here to rsv that's that's without was he's not coming like that unless he's going.

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