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"sally davies" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"On Twitter, finally at Hewlett tiresias. Right now, continuing the conversation started last hour about a recommendation. From chief medical UK chief medical officer Dame. Sally davies. She's issuing formal guidelines. Urging parents to limit their children's social media use to two hours a day. Now, I happen to agree with the guideline two hours. A day is plenty of time for a child to be exposed to social media or the open internet in general. I'm not talking about when they're doing something that's productive. When they're researching something, no, I'm talking about unstructured, especially social media focused internet time. Two hours is plenty for any kid, frankly for anybody. But my my concern is that we start with a government issuing guidelines, and that eventually turns into a government. Writing laws. That I happen to disagree that I happen to agree with this guideline that I happen to in my own household adhere to something similar to that. Doesn't make any difference. I don't want the government telling me how to raise my kids, and there's a guy. This is Europe. Okay. You look at what's going on in the Pacific Asian nations and the way that the Chinese and the Japanese are handling social media and government control of those things, especially the Chinese and. You're getting off into some kind of crazy totalitarian nightmare where it's being used by the government to actually make things harder for the population. Four hundred fifty eight fifty eight the number do you? Let your kids you social media. Do you agree with restricting that? Does the government guideline change your mind one way or the other is this the slippery slope? It appears to be four nine hundred fifty eight fifty eight Samson is next on KM J. Good afternoon, sir. How you doing today? This is the thing we got a one hundred percent. There's no way the government should be in. They're trying to dictate or set up guidelines and how you can raise your own kid know, what you'd have them do in your own house. But I tell you what parents have got to get get here. And I think I think it's the thing. Also, it's a perfect business opportunity. I don't find my. So mike. I don't mind him being on the internet. Want to be if you're in my house and they're under under eighteen in there. My child I'd say that. The businesses should come up with phones that Kim. They can enter you can control. That's why. Tool set some guidelines with a kid it. It doesn't make sense to have the government is really stupid meniscus linear. The solution. We get that the public can do that can solve this problem. Sampson. I agree with you there. There's a private sector solution. There's a money making opportunity here for for some smart programmer. Yeah. And there are situations where a kid does need a phone, and we see it all the time in the news and stuff when the kid gets kidnapped or or he's lost somewhere. If he has a phone that allow you to track that phone, then you build the fine pm easier. Yeah. That's a very good use of phone. Also, you know, I think that the private sector ought to come up with a phone that if achieved has that he's under eighteen in your house, and you don't want him to be the point sites and stuff if he has it whatever she goes on to you can see it on your phone. So you can monitor it all the time. And he knows you're monitoring or she or she knows your mom, and those sorts of things that can solve this problem without getting the government involved. That's just plain stupid to get the government involved. The parents have distance role they should take back control. And and and have these things I mean technology is coming along so fast. Now, we gotta get to the point where we can use it effectively without destroying our society. You might say. There are ways to do this stuff Simpson. You're absolutely right there. There is a solution out there right for the picking for for some clever coder or for some service provider who wants to attract that audience, there's a great money making opportunity here and by virtue of I think being very profitable and opportunity to improve safety for our kids because my daughter hop on recipes dot com, where is she gets some of these recipes that she works off of no problem. My daughter's spending a little bit of time goofing around browsing Pinterest on on any given day as long as the contents family friendly. No problem. My kid being out on the open internet accessible to other people and able to access any content. She so desires that I got a problem with because she is a good kid. She's a smart kid. She's still a kid. And I don't see unfettered access being the way to go my worry. And the reason that I think you're seeing this guideline being issued across the pond is that this free market solution seems very very obvious. And the programming could be it could be difficult. It could be challenging. But I'll programming is all good programming is. If there was a market for this wouldn't this product already exist. Why aren't parents looking for this? Why aren't parents encouraging this by going to the developers that have something close to what they need and pushing for it to get modified and expanded and improved to be truly useful. That's what bothers me. We could have this solution already. And I don't think anybody's looking for Samson. Great call dude, always good to hear from you got to keep moving four hundred fifty eight fifty eight the number here in town. We're going to talk to Bill next. Welcome to KM J Bill. Bill. Are you there, sir? Okay. Bills phone cut out. That's all right bills comment was that parental controls should be used on any internet use for kids. And then that goes with what I I was just saying, yes, they should. Content. Filtering is an imperfect art the the complexity of successfully programming something that will absolutely positively definitely filter one hundred percent of undesirable content. I don't think it's possible. For two reasons one it's actually really really complicated to teach an algorithm how to see a picture accurately. Shot from the top lot. Hey, foam art, could definitely be mistaken as a human body part. By a machine. Likewise for somebody like my daughter who would just go go to that website. Because there's something there. I'm not supposed to see there's something that it's not appropriate for me to see. Again. I go to my son at ten or eleven he was fighting. He was worried about any of this stuff. By sixteen seventeen years old. My son had figured out how to bypass basic security on our home network. And I am look I I I'm not hacker, man. I'm I'm no IT genius. But I'm pretty competent when it comes to setting up a network and filtering out undesirable stuff and my sixteen year old figured out. How to get around that? And I assure you. Most of the folks that I know who are my age, and my parents age would not have figured out how to get around that. But he he figured out how to circumvent that security and programming this stuff, it is an uncertain art. But I think that there's money it. I think that there's potential in it, and I don't understand why market pressure has it generated a more robust. A more robust set of products already. And again, my fear is that we have a bunch of parents who aren't paying attention don't.

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"sally davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on talkRADIO

"On talk radio with war talk radio off our headlines good morning police says substances left two people critically ill and wiltshire was the navy novi chunk excuse me it's not yet known if it is from the same batch used to poison former russian spy pile and his daughter in the county just months ago england's chief medical officer dame sally davies insists the risks of the republic means remains low my advice any individual that may have been in any of the areas now cordoned off is highly precautionary wash your clothes and wipe down any personal items shoes and bags with cleansing or baby whites four in the usual way the government's emergency committee will meet later police are questioning a boy over the murder of six year old alicia macphail on the isle of butte have body was found in woodland on monday less than three hours after she was reported missing officers have confirmed the person arrested under the age of eighteen doctors visited the group of boys in their football coach who've been trapped in a flooded cave in thailand for nearly two weeks expensive we'll says searching the area above ground trying to find an alternative way out the sunday times asia correspondent paul shower has been telling talk radio they've been learning more about how the boys became trapped in the first place the reason this particular day one of them and they'd be taking rites of passage there are lots of mess associated with the caves you know young locals do visit when they leave their initial special materials related football practice and the main reason they go was someone's birthday and it was like a treat football junkie landrover santidad gently needs greater certainty on brexit if it's to carry on investing heavily in the uk the country's biggest comical employs forty thousand people in there's a new weapon in the battle against ticket towns from today anyone caught using automated software to buy tickets online will face unlimited fines the law's been changed trying to keep ticket.

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"sally davies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of academia evolves to survive being treated with antibiotics which means that diseases that we thought we had under control might soon become very dangerous once again and if you travel like we do and have a child like we do live in a city like we do you come into contact with bacteria everywhere you go really this issue affects us all and i just got over my latest cold so there have been several resistant superbugs that already have been recorded and some of the most shocking have been to illnesses that we thought that we had under control those days when we could completely rely on biotics are gone says sally davies the uk's chief medical officer if you go back to alexander fleming's nobel prize acceptance speech he got the nobel prize for discovering penicillin and he described how resistance would happen and people would die as a result when i looked after patients i stopped in two thousand thousand and six it was a problem for the will always other antibiotics but by twenty thirteen that had changed can you explain how antibiotic resistant bacteria evolves antibiotic resistance is actually a normal reaction of the bacteria they meet an antibiotic they're always mutating that he's changing their genes as they have children and if by chance one of those mutations or changes that occurred naturally allows bacteria to grow in the presence of the antibiotic you have got a resistant gene bacteria multiply every twenty minutes so you can see how it spreads like wildfire meanwhile bacteria have found ways where they can give that resistant gene to their brothers sisters aunts uncles so they to pulse it on to their children so once you've got that mutation that protects the bacteria against an antibiotic it pulses too many generations awfully quickly it's natural selection in action.

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"sally davies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Evolves to survive being treated with antibiotics which means that diseases that we thought we had under control might soon become very dangerous once again and if you travel like we do and have a child like we do live in a city like we do you come into contact with bacteria everywhere you go really this issue affects us all to and i just got over my latest cold so there have been several resistant superbugs that already have been recorded and some of the most shocking have been to illness is that we thought that we had under control those days when we could completely rely on biotics are gone says sally davies the uk's chief medical officer if you go back to alexander fleming's nobel prize acceptance speech he got the nobel prize for discovering penicillin and he described how resistance would happen and people would die as a result when i looked after patients i stopped in two thousand two thousand and six it was a problem but the were always other antibiotics but by twenty thirteen that a changed can you explain how antibiotic resistant bacteria evolves antibiotic resistance is actually a normal reaction of the bacteria they meet an antibiotic they're always mutating that is changing their genes as they have children and if by chance one of those mutations or changes that occurred naturally allows bacteria to grow in the presence of the antibiotic you have got a resistant gene bacteria multiply every twenty minutes so you can see how it spreads like wildfire meanwhile bacteria have found ways where they can give that resistant gene to their brothers sisters aunts uncles so they to pulse it on to their children so once you've got that mutation that protects bacteria against an antibiotic it pulses too many generations awfully quickly it's natural selection in action.

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"sally davies" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The iheart radio app get your news traffic and weather wherever you go british prime minister theresa may is expected to address parliament this afternoon about the two russians who were apparently injured by a nerve gas attack and remain hospitalized in the meantime british authorities have increased their warnings to anyone who may have been in the same locations as the two vick and this is chief medical officer for england sally davies the people who were in my this this is restaurant all the no pub for one thirty p m last sunday until evening closing on monday should clean the clothes they wore on the possessions they handled while where president trump is issued his gun control plan in it does not include raising the minimum age for purchasing assault weapons to 21 even though the president publicly favor that ideal just last month instead the proposal creating new federal commission on school safety to examine the age issue the proposal also leaves the issue of arming teachers to states and local communities the us congress will be asked to consider new legislation based on massachusetts gun laws boston mayor marty walsh senator ed markey and police chief schramm arlington woburn in watertown unveil the proposed legislation today at boston police headquarters the making america safe and secure act or mass act will authorize the department of justice to make grants totalling twenty million dollars two states but to be eligible for the funds states would need to adopt standards like those in place in massachusetts including giving law enforcement officials the authority to deny suspend or revoke a license massachusetts which has among the strictest gun laws in the nation also has among the lowest levels of gun violence in the country education secretary betsy devos will head the president's proposed safety commission on school violence devoss visited stone mun douglas highschool last week and was criticized by some survivors of the shooting who said the trip was a publicity stunt and the federal government isn't doing enough devos address the question of armed teachers when she spoke with cbs's led leslie stall for sixty minutes who think that to tears shed have guns in the classroom that should be an option for states and communities to consider and um i i hesitate to think of like my first grade teacher mrs or hoff i couldn't ever imagine her having a gun and being trained in.

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"sally davies" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On this twelfth day of march six minutes past the hour new this morning a woman who had been the legal guardian of a former soldier who killed three employees at a veterans treatment center in california says he was calm and softspoken but had a hard time readjusting to life after his deployment in afghanistan since he share told the san francisco chronicle that she and her husband were albert wong's legal guardians for a time when he was a child this after his father died in his mother developed health problems wong opened fire at the pathway home on friday he was found dead following the hours long standoff the embassy be one for finger david free incident ludi lin unfortunately made the discovery of treated humanely meals tragedies like to take a quick wallet britain's missile responding now fears demi of self ashley knowing he did on going to leave involved shots fired an exchange of gunfire with suspect if your credit area immediately suspect suspects like all sold express my oh god county together under many many hours living on her to open worth it i'd also like to say and if you tell the suspect vehicle the core feeling threatened larr leading bad boss dog to bar and give back to the positive result said besieged slots she and her explosive ordinance dan henning clearly lauren bringing seen embarrassing interests no credit meanwhile a spokesperson for that veterans facility says it may never reopened patients have been moved and officials are now reviewing security protocols now the white house has unveiled a new plan to provide school shootings had backs off of president trump's support for increasing the minimum age for purchasing rifles to twenty one now rifles like the hey fifteen instead a new federal commission on school safety will examine the age issue as part of a package the white house announced sunday it's in response to the shooting in parkland florida the administration also pledged to help states pay for firearms training for teachers and reiterated its call to improve the background check and mental health systems the united kingdom health officials are asking patrons of a restaurant in a club in england to wash their belongings after traces of can nation were found linked to the poisoning of a russian expert by and his daughter chief medical officer dame sally davies says the move is precautionary i want to reassure the general public that the.

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"sally davies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Continues on this twelfth a day of march six minutes past the hour new this morning a woman who had been the legal guardian of a former soldier who killed three employees at a veterans treatment center in california says he was calm and softspoken but had a hard time readjusting to life after his deployment in afghanistan says he share told the san francisco chronicle that she and her husband were albert wong's legal guardians for a time when he was a child this after his father died in his mother developed health problems wong opened fire at the pathway home on friday he was found dead following the hours long standoff one rated three incident of course you made the discovery of the greatest tragedies arctic silver britain's misunderstanding county sheriff's deputy selfemployed knowing police to leave fouts fire steve is a bit suspect area leading the ability to suspects also ms raza no together unremittingly hour coming hours there today i'd also like to say the suspect vehicle in bad odds and the positive result disease slots hold him heading in safe meanwhile a spokesperson for that veterans facility says it may never reopened patients have been moved and officials are now reviewing security protocols now the white house has unveiled a new plan to provide school shootings had backs off of president trump's support for increasing the minimum age for purchasing rifles to 21 now rifles like the aar fifteen instead a new federal commission on school safety will examine the age issue as part of a package the white house announced sunday it's in response to the shooting in parkland florida the administration also pledged to help states pay for firearms training for teachers and reiterated its call to improve the background check and mental health systems the united kingdom health officials are asking patrons of a restaurant in a pub in england to wash their belongings after traces of contamination were found linked to the poisoning of a russian expert by and his daughter chief medical officer dame sally davies says the move is precautionary to reassure the general public that the wrist to will from this incident in seoul's brady has not changed and remains low based on the evidence we have as i said on wednesday rigorous scientific analysis has been ongoing and continues but.

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"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The renewable generation businesses and a large stake in iran the deal values energy at about twenty two billion euros or a let's say gay some more headlines now from around the world has boomed bucks sound repel often sandra your kicking off in japan and with that story that's been pushing the japanese yen around as could moaning marcus japanese finance minister taro aso is refusing calls to resign he faces a growing scandal over alleged favours to school with links to prime minister shinzo ave speaking this morning also has confirmed that stuff in the finance ministry all two documents on the sale of public land's of the school but he insists the changes want aimed at protecting all they or his wife and that a form of tax chief was ultimately responsible uk prime minister theresa may will chair a meeting of the national security council today the times and telegraph are both reporting that she may blame moscow for last week's nerve gas attack on a former russian spy and his daughter meanwhile chief cooper said dame's sally davies is warning that radioactive particles have been found in the pub and restaurant with victims were dining prolonged longterm exposure to these substances may over weeks and particularly months give rise to health problems and therefore advising the people who were in either this is restful all the mill pub should clean the clothes they wore and the possessions they handled while where russia's president says he couldn't care less of russian citizens trying to meddle in the 2016 us election because he claims the perpetrators weren't linked to good to the kremlin during an interview with nbc vladimir putin repeatedly denali to ordering a multifaceted influence campaign to sabotage the presidential vote what pure verse we have principles whereby we do not allow others to interfere in our domestic affairs and do not get into the affairs of others that's our principle secondly we don't have this quantity of tools and we're getting more details in a potential meeting between north korea's kim young ern and us president trump treasury secretary steven mnuchin says haunting kim's nuclear and ballistic programmes is a nonnegotiable for the meetings to take place reports from the korean peninsula meanwhile suggest that kim once a us embassy in pyongyang and.

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"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The deal values energy at about twenty two billion euros let's say gay some more headlines now from around the world his abhu vexed sandra kill off and sound are you going to started out in japan where we're getting some more lines regarding the japanese finance minister yes tara also coming under pressure to resign that's ever widening scandal about alleged favors to school with links to prime minister shinzo ave i'll say speaking right now saying there are fourteen cases of alteration of these more a timer documents he says the entire investigation isn't complete yet but he has confirmed that people at the finance ministry staff at the finance ministry ordered alteration of those documents that after media reports is this morning was suggesting that two documents on the sale of public land to the school were in fact all ted we will of course be following this story throughout the morning and as we get further updates from the japanese finance minister now you gave prime minister theresa may will chair a meeting of the national security council say the times and telegraph both reporting that she may blame moscow for last week's nerve gas attack on a former russian spy and his daughter meanwhile chief medical officer dame sally davies is warning that radioactive particles have been found in the pub and restaurant where the victims were dining prolonged longterm exposure to these substances may over weeks and particularly months give rise to health problems i'm therefore advising the people were in either this is restful all the milk pub should clean the clothes they wore on the possessions they handled while where russia's president says he couldn't care less of russian citizens tried to meddle in the 2016 us election because he claims the perpetrators one licht linked to the kremlin during an interview with nbc vladimir putin repeatedly denied ordering a multi faceted influence campaign to sabotage the presidential vote what pure reverse principles whereby we do not allow others to interfere in our domestic affairs and do not get into the affairs of others that's our principle secondly we don't have this quantity of tools and president emmanuel mac home will today wrap up a fourday trip to india that has boot about an important military accord and thirty billion euros and contracts for french companies bloomberg's greg this gives he has.

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"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To recapture lost ground some results are and gary find wins at new territories in the east alleged co seat tony aides say reclaims his seat i'll knock then wins hong kong island recount underway for colin west white house said to make school safety proposal some time today some kind of pronouncement as cnn report growing calls uk to crackdown on russian influence in britain if an investigation the term is latimer putin's government played a role in the poisoning last week of former russian spy meanwhile dame sally davies england's chief medical officer is warning people in the pub and restaurant where the victims died that trace radioactive particles have now been found whilst clothing you have no ready ideally in the washing machine any items which cannot be wealth and would normally be drycleaned should be doubled bank didn't plastic until further information is available a little scary davis says longterm exposure can be harmful she also says cell phones glasses jewelry needs to be clean and a footnote footnote to all the news today uh when us president trump spoke at a rally in pennsylvania he took a shot a democratic congressman maxine waters calling her of very low iq individual treasury secretary steven mnuchin on nbc kind of explains the president likes making funny names global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in san francisco funny name i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg brian handcrafted an excellent as usual ed thank you very nice that was a very good report uh so we're up to date on news let's get up to date on for tiger so close but i know you want to first go to the end see devil aid on act on its that's right brian today's selection sunday for the nc aa basketball tournament pershing it is the top seed in the south and villanova is the top seed in the east kansas city is the number one seat in the midwest savior as the top seed in the west region the acc lead all conferences with nine teams and big dance followed by the sec with eight teams in golf park ac one the val spark championship finishing at ten under par for his second career win tiger woods and patrick read are tied for the tied for second place one shot back after were tiger said he felt good out on the.

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"sally davies" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"For republican house hopeful president trump's trying to give a helping hand to a republican candidate who is now in a very tight race for a congressional seat in western pennsylvania rix account is facing a strong challenge from democratic newcomer conner lamp mr trump took part in a campaign rally but he mostly talked about things other than seconds candidacy like north korea we been very strong andrey vigilant and now lots of things i think it could happen we'll see lamb as a former marine in federal prosecutor who's never run for public office sam litzinger cbs news treasury secretary steve mnuchin has revealed some of the key conditions for meeting with north korean leader kim jong on the president has made it clear that the conditions are they have an impact there's no there's no nuclear staying at it there is no mess halls and those will be a condition through through the meda nutrient on nbc's meet the press today senator ron johnson on cnn's state of the union says the us must be cautious dealing with north korea you have a history i was happy snookered again must not be ah charlie brown to north korea's lucy johnson says he favours ratcheting up sanctions on pyongyang until there's complete verifiable and irreversible the nuclearisation british authorities are trying to calm the fears of people who might have been exposed to a deadly nerve agent the story from cbs's larry miller in london up to five hundred customers and staff of pub and a restaurant in cells berry england have been told to wash their clothes and possessions after the discovery of a nerve agent left behind by a former russian doubleagent sergei scrip all in his daughter yulia who were poisoned and remain in comas chief medical officer sally davies this is pretty cool advice aimed at only those people who were the venues the risk to us the general public remain slow larry miller cbs news london parliament a china today removed term limits for president and vice president in beijing reporter stephen mcdonald of the bbc says it was without fanfare media is just completely quite be there and get all of his some kind of a change the constitutional going down on the gradual the people nothing to worry about nothing to see here and in terms of.

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"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Visiting sei see dot com slash sees change juliet thanks so much dagwin noth korea is said to offer a conditional halt to its icpm program ed baxter is covering global news in our bloomberg 960 san francisco newsroom ads are chillier thank you with the backdrop of kim jongun saying he's willing to talk about its nuclear weapons programme yesterday the question today is are both really in place today chosun report says that the offer on icbms is conditional depending on us attitude south korean our voice had asked him to suspend and discard the icbm program when they visited the north during the olympics the report also says the north is said to have agreed to release us citizens as a condition of dialogue with the us meanwhile south korean president moon is telling reporters that he wants to make sure everybody understands this is just a first step he has tapping down expectations for his trip to the border to meet with kim neck month and us defense secretary james mattis says the us as well is optimistic we've been optimistic before so we're gonna have to watch actions of cfa met words meanwhile nobel peace laureate and the fact a leader of me and more on sun soon cheese having her human rights award from the us holocaust museum revoke it says she has failed to respond adequately to the mass killings of me and mars muslim rowing minority israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu says any peace plan for israelis and palestinians must have israel in military control he says if not the region collapses every area that we live military militant islam could we left lebanon do came in with his buck we left gaza iran came in with hamas will leave route the was back militarily or most of it this people stipulate in their various peace plans you'll have either come us coming in that iran all you'll have isis commended netanyahu in conversation with bloomberg 'peertopeer host david rubinstein former russian spy in his daughter fighting for the in britain a praying for their lives are attacked with a nerve agent in a targeted murderer a tab british authorities say it was a radio active poison they say the two were specifically targetted police officer who immediately treated them at the scene is also in serious condition uk medical officer sally davies with reassurance to the.

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"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Targeted murder attempt a british authorities say a radioactive poison was years they say the two were specifically targetted police officer who immediately treated them at the scene also in serious condition uk medical officer sally davies with reassurance to the general public when i visited have being secure as she says low risk pornstar stormy daniels a suit president donald trump saying a hush agreement to prevent her from talking about their purported affair is not valid because the president never signed it the white house spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders says the issue is already settled this case had already been won in arbitration and and that there was no knowledge of any payments from the present and he's denied all of these allegations and pakistan has elected a woman from the country's marginalize hindu minority to the senate for the first time ever krishna komarica hala a member of the pakistan people's party hails from the socalled untouchables the lowest rung in the caste system the still prevails in pakistan and india so history there global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg all right at thirty nine past the are dan schwartzman with us we're going to update on global sports now so tottenham knocked out of champions league play right doug very disappointing event is knocking out tottenham eight pseudo on win at wembley stadium if one of eighty four thousand fans they take the two legs four to three aggregate event scoring both goals the second after son young men scored for the spurs at the thirty nine minute mark manchester city they'll moves on to the quarterfinals that the champions league despite a two one home loss added yet stadium to basel stake both legs five two aggregate loss marks the first home defeat for city since december of two thousand sixteen with a likely it increasing that arsenal boss arsene venture will be let go after twenty two years germany coach yawkey love has emerged as a leading candidate to replace.

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"sally davies" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Com or their mobile app authorities have said that a former russian spy and his adult daughter were poisoned before they were found slumped on a bench in southern england gore spotted nick payton wall says it was a specialized type of poison sought counter terrorism police officer for the united kingdom assists the commission mark rowley saying that they believe this is attempted murder fruity administering over nerve agent that got on to say that they specifically no walked back nerve agent walls that not publicly identifying it the exspy and his daughter are in critical condition a police officer who treated them when they collapsed on sunday is also in serious condition chief medical officer sally davies said the poisoning posed a low risk to the general public a woman was struck by a semi truck early this morning on chicago's southwest side she was arguing with another person which he ran into traffic just after midday night near sixty eighth in southwestern she was taken to christ medical center and oaklawn in critical condition so far no other details from police a person was struck by a cta bus and killed last night in the west chatham neighborhood on the south side around seven thirty p m the woman was in the street in the first block of west seventy nine three when she was struck by a bus as a turn from lafayette avenue she was pronounced dead at the scene grammynominated rapper king louis is suing his chicagobased record label for more than fifty thousand dollars alleging the company breached their contract agreement according to the lawsuit filed in the cook county court add in january twenty twelve these chicago drill draft rapper whose real name is lewis johnson entered into a recording contract with lawless inc while less allegedly breached the contract by failing to make any royalty payments to louis the suit also notes that the label has not provided records of any royalties that were paid or owed to the rapper during the the agreement another rapper who coined the term shy rack earned a grammy nominations for his contribution as a songwriter to kanye west 2013 single new slaves lawless did not immediately respond to requests for comment wls news time three or four look at the roads even south lake cook sixteen minutes same on the inbound side the kennedy.

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"sally davies" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Our deepest grief we knew that we couldn't do anything more than mon have passing and talk about saw memories of her life can be chaos a cats arms and it may take a while numeral service to be resumed even in the most challenging situations some tunsil we can really do is accepts what's happening around us that we can't control everything but i believe that navigating life with both humility and purpose might just make it easier to whether any features storms no matter where they may come from and that will thought for the day with jobs reducing the time is a bit story and light and noise pelisson we should think about all three and temps with threat to health as well as a threat to the environment that's the view of england's chief medical of the dame sally davies as she releases ha annual report today pollution is like junk food she says it doesn't kill you on the day but slowly it can accumulate and do you home dame saudi davis's with us in the studio good morning good morning let's talk first about noise and light pollution because they are less undestood than air pollution how dangerous all day well they come both of them impact on all sleep i'm a you don't sleep well we know that goes through into your concentration during the day you'll learning your ability to work but actually ultimately if you sleep very badly for a long time to your mental health so it is important we sleep well i think there's increasing research found that more we know is that we've noise pollution it is the biggest cause of complaints for any pollution to local authorities me that's not the same though as it being harmful to our health food danger.

"sally davies" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"On our health from a daily cocktail of pollution so says england's chief medical officer dame sally davies dominic hughes is all health correspondent what sort of pollution is she talking about dominic of michelle well she's talking about not just sort of the impact of air pollution which owns a condition like asthma for example is fairly obvious and we know there is a growing body of research that suggesting that pollution may be a factor in one in twelve deaths seats linked to things like cancer heart disease and of course breathing difficulties but what is less well understood is the wider effect on our health of what dame sally describes as you also described the daily cocktail of pollution we experience and not just there but also light noise and chemicals in the environment she says we understand the environmental impact but we not clear yet get on the health impact and it's things like for example if you have lots of light pollution what does that do to sleep patten's how does that impact on health and the other element is she says that there is one organization in the uk that could immediately do something about levels of pollution and that's the national health service because it is at one of the country's biggest employers with more than a million staff and is also responsible for for example lots of of single use plastics onein20 car journeys and it could make a big impact on that's how seriously she suggesting the impact on our health from something i liked pollution might be there the way that it's in some written up in some of their papers today at the blue light from a smartphone could be a silent killer well what she's saying is that we we it is unclear and we need to find out more she's looking ahead so that she said in her interview with us that she's looking ahead to what might be coming down the track in twenty or thirty years time she wants to find out where the dangers all and exactly what the impacts are so she's calling for a lot more research is calling for data collection and research and that research for example could she say could herald real progress for diseases through gino make mapping for example which could reveal some of the pollution causes of cancer but she saying the problem is at the.

"sally davies" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"sally davies" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Now he is in a film festival in south korea at the moments and oliver stone was asked yesterday about the harvey weinstein situation he said at that time that he believed demand shouldn't be condemned by vigilante system however overnight allwise change oliver stone was to be working with harvey weinstein on his first ever tv show the first ever oliver stone tv show guantanamo about the guantanamo bay prison and he is no said the explains been travelling th the last few days wasn't aware of all the accusations against harvey weinstein and is no decided to recuse himself from guantanamo the tv series and will not work on its he was going to be to writing a to our pilots he won't work on its as long as the weinstein companies involved to a big change of use in the last twelve hours from all over stoned the film director colin patterson now are we heading for a world where common antibiotics don't work anymore and previously treatable illnesses become deadly well possibly that's according to the world health organization which has warned of a post antibiotic era and kotra urgent action to change the way we use antibiotics to that end experts and health professionals from around the world are at a conference in berlin including the uk's chief medical officer professor tame sally davies the uk's involved in a new projects together all the available data on drug resistance around the world james menendez asked her first to outline the scale of the problem antibiotic resistance is already killing paint coal we know conservative estimate for european twenty five thousand deaths a year simla in the states but a figure i often use that of india where we know that about sixty thousand newborn babies die drugresistant infections every year.

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