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White House Announces Sweeping New COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates
"Biden tonight is trading out the velvet glove for a hammer unveiling a broad and largely new covert strategy heavily grounded in vaccine mandates meant to compel millions of american workers to be vaccinated the proposed rules targeting both large businesses and federal employees. Tonight just over fifty. Three percent of americans are fully vaccinated the president's plan affecting everything from cova testing and booster shots to flying and new steps to better protect children from the virus. Promising to confront leaders. He says her undermining those efforts in an address late today. The president saying we are in a tough stretch. Peter alexander is at the white house with late details with cova cases surging and deaths now five times higher than just a month ago. President biden is requiring tens of millions more americans to get back sonate. You've been patient when our patience is wearing thin and you refusal has cost all of us. This is not about freedom for personal choice about protecting yourself and those around you. The president is ordering nearly all federal workers and employees have contractors that do business with the federal government get vaccinated within seventy five days eliminating their option to be tested instead of getting shots employees. Who refuse could be punished even fired. If you want to work with the federal government and do business get vaccinated while initially reluctant to issue mandates. The president's aggressive new plan requires vaccinations for seventeen million healthcare workers at hospitals and other sites that receive medicare or medicaid funding president. Biden's now pressuring private companies to directing the labor department to require businesses with one hundred or more employees ensure their workers are fully vaccinated or provide a negative test. Each week a move. The white house estimates will impact eighty million americans companies that do not comply could face fines. The white house anticipating lawsuits regarding to protect vaccinated workers some unvaccinated
Canadas vaccine rollout is slow, and very confusing. Here are some answers.
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Sabina version miller is a clinical pharmacologist. She spends a lot of time bunking vaccine misinformation and she is the co founder of the forum miller foundation. Hello sabina also having me here again. Of course i think We're at the point where we probably need regular vaccine updates just to clear up the confusion that i Really quickly listed off in the intro. And maybe if i had to ask you Somebody who spends a ton of time talking to regular canadians. How this vaccine rollout is being perceived on the ground. What would you say. I think most people are extremely frustrated. The rollout has been abysmal so far in ontario at least i think that even across the other provinces accurate. I've heard similar concerns similar your frustrations from people from canadians all over canada. So i don't think it's going very well here. What are the biggest complaints that you hear. Maybe aside because we're gonna get into the amount of time it's taking and that kind of stuff aside from the actual length of time. What are the complaints that you hear. Yeah so i think first of all it's been You know with respect to the online or delivering. -tario was supposed to have have set up a long time ago. I mean keep in mind that we should have been up our vaccines in january which means that our online orville should have been actually ready to go in january And the in you know here we are when we opened it up to eighty nine terrier only or and every you know public health unit had to scramble to set their own hotel up on hospitals. We're taking the charge setting their own online systems in place as well whereas really we should have been ready to go in january when we were initially expecting our accents to ran up even such as you know right now is basically interior two parallel extremes. On how you can get jackson nation. Either its pharmacy with specific vaccine or through the provincial rollout and it's very confusing because our different criteria for each And on top of that you know. I can go. Vaccine sites that are being picked by. The interior of government have been inaccessible yet. His lack of parking for a lot of different sites. I'm getting a lot of things from elderly citizens who are talking about how these sites are not accessible and on top of that. We're asking the standout in the line in the bitter cold And these are Keep in mind. Frail elderly canadians who are obviously mobility challenged or quite a few of them as well in your accident. Wait in life or for several hours to get their vaccine on top of that. It seems like You know we're we're sort of cats playing the cats game. I mean this past weekend. For instance are back to nation members. Were abysmal it. Meanwhile we have over two hundred and fifty thousand vaccine doses sitting in freezers. And we know we're only going to be getting more and more this week. So what exactly are waiting for it. It's it's really has been very confusing People are frustrated. They don't know where to go when they're just waiting to get more clarity. What about in terms of the big picture you know you described ontario there which is For sure the province that has had the most challenges of as far but in terms of like overall supply percentage of all canadians getting vaccinated. It's ramping up on a national scale you know. Do we get too tied down to the daily numbers like we did. Fifty eight thousand ontario yesterday and today we only did thirty Are we roughly on track or are we falling behind as a country. So i mean. I think i would let the data on the numbers speak for themselves here but candidate tracks ninety in the world on vaccinations. So we're really far behind And if you look at our canadian overall numbers only six percent had received one does and you know. I think it was one point five percent that had received both those just fire you know and so i think in terms of the numbers that were supposed to be forget Numbers for just looking at the percentages of canadians that should be vaccinated by q. One we we have far behind what we had originated a hope to develop sonate and i think that you know we obviously had challenges with respect to have axiom supply But at the same time we have been getting more vaccines the last few weeks. Iran has not notched are dosages data. That we have right now.
pisode #35 Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3
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WHO supports COVID-19 vaccination campaign in India
"India has embarked on one of the largest covid nineteen vaccination campaigns in the world. More than two thousand six hundred vaccinators a nearly half a million team members trained. That's according to. Dr rodriguez h often representative of the world health organization. Who in india. Which is one of the main un agencies supporting the government led drive and she shama ask dr offering about. Who's work there including efforts to counter hesitancy and misinformation surrounding vaccination w insurer in india where we have a workforce of around two thousand six hundred And the fact that we have supported polio. Elimination in the country. We're using the launching for this vaccination so far more than two thousand six hundred back sonate burst and around. Four hundred seventy five thousand vaccination e members have joined ross country with our support. Who india including myself participated in dry runs preceding the launch of covid nineteen vaccine asian dry. So that the that was a smooth rollout during the launch during these dry runs up into three phases the last of which was january. Aid the realtime feedback using the idea enabled allegation golden for management vaccines registration of beneficiaries Alerting benefits to their sessions reporting vaccination coverages as well as a brand new thing some scenarios on adverse events following immunization or eighty f. I more than fifteen thousand govan nineteen vaccinations sessions that have been monitored by the show in the personnel across the country since the launch and this is a real time feedback that is an every evening sort of yield sessions of what may have gone wrong and reporting back to national government so that we have corrective actions for sessions landlord the next music's and base ahead
"sonate" Discussed on Secrets to Win Big With Arjun Sen
"Them country For example samsung has always been very. Strong and united states of america is over. The last many years has been good. Who grants or anyone wanting to travel with about it but When we launched in india in issue for example realize that enables not ready. I i'm sonate really the price points more details and behind offering samsonite at. It wasn't fitting so we had another brand in your call. American tourist very strong quiet time back strategy will american and that really works because the american tourists who as the eib brandon india and a very very strongly and the woman. We started doing that. You found that Get actually being able to position. American tourist which we call the tough international garbage and that was a very strong proposition in indian environment. When as an indian one would expect a lot of toughness in the back. It's not just a and Imagery we lost the reality indians. Do get enamored little when something international and of value something which is valued across to the really works for american to restrain in that stage and we got success in india if he would have tried to do it with samsonite. maybe he would not have been successful. Likewise in countries like japan you better brand. Gregory drought products between agree and to me in japan we have contribution to a total business. Slow really look at the market is and accordingly. We haven't did the too. So that's what giving doing and of course apart from that there are many other Or which really took into account the biggest fund which is a liberal philosophy. Was that earlier. We used to have a tendency of saying that if the the large market by let's be hundred out there. What is the market which is above a certain markets ice embrace menu. Sorry and let's say you only hundred dollars last.
"sonate" Discussed on KGO 810
"What was the original intent when the GMO started in, I would assume it was Monsanto that was the company that started this when did it happen? And what was the reason what was the rationale besides profit, of course? Well their biggest seller was. And glysophate which was did. Off patent in the year two thousand and so they were creating roundup ready crop. And forcing formers to sign a license agreement that if you buy the seeds you have to use their version of life, safe based besides, and so maintained their domination of herbicides sales. So the main reason that they genetically engineered crops was to sell to continue to dominate in the sales roundup. And they when there was a rejection in Europe, they got touch with public relations firm the same firm that handle the Union Carbide disaster in India, and came out with a full page ad saying we needed to feed the world, and it happened to be at the same time that there was a meeting among delegates from them again. And they back and said, don't use us for your stainless products as an excuse. So this whole idea of feeding the world is just a ruse. In fact, they've never designed commercialized product to, to release in, in the developing. Countries, it would have been designed very differently had been with their best interest in by. So this wasn't developed to create more food. It was developed primarily to market continually the roundup, exactly there's also another crop that markets bears glucose Sonate or liberty, which is a different herbicides with similar in very dangerous. The other genetically engineered crop of trade, that's popular not quite as popular as the one that creates toxic insecticide called DT toxin, and that, unfortunately, is something that we eat, and that toxic and could poke holes in human cells, in laboratory conditions, and so it might be poking holes in human guts, causing leaky gut. Now, this is created in the seed feed, and now in every cell of the planet. So what they do is they took a sinister Jancis bacteria from the soil called DT, and they took the gene out of that, that caused. His opens this the holes of the guts of insects to kill it, and they made copies of the gene, and they coated the tungsten, or gold particles and put it in a gun and shot that gun into a plate of corn sales, hoping if some of those genes got into the DNA of some of those corn sales, and then they figure out which ones got it, and then they grow, those into a plant cloning. And when you call it, that means that becomes replicated in every single cell, the plant. And so the entire plant is now registered with the PA as an insecticide, the roundup ready seeds. Do they include? They have life Assait in the seeds. They have what they have a round of ready protein in there. So other words, you still have to spray, the round up over the top, these very, very good question because the PT talks in clued the insecticide in the seat. So if you are a beg and you chew the cord. He'll will break open your guts and kill you. What if you're a human in you choose? Turns out it might be doing a similar thing, because it turns out the same type of holes in the cells. The caveat sex are the whole were found in the cell, the human. Let me ask you this, Jeffrey, I've got a wasp spray in case, there's a wasp or something that gets in the house, or something like that. Okay. If I were to spray that on my hand in Lincoln when I get sick, I have no idea what the sprays. But I'll tell you if you will garden store you buy BT spray. It says caution Duda take attornal internally, and it gives you instructions to contract to contact the poison control center. If you do now that spray is the time, less concentrated and the BT talks with found in the corn. No wonder people are getting sick. Oh, it's, it's disaster. In fact, they tell the the BT toxin in ninety three percent of the blood of the pregnant women tested in Canada. And in eighty percent of the blood of the Bourne fetuses, now, if Tokes halls and humid says, and it's in the blood of unborn fetuses, it can get into the brain of the blood, brain daggers, not well developed. And now we have a whole poking toxin inside the brain of the offspring of this generation now that's just this generation those new research is came out on roundup and I interviewed the scientists. Michael Skinner for forty five minutes on our Facebook page. Where Jack did read guy for Saint into pregnant rats and the rats were fine and they aspirin fine. But the grandchildren was sick and a great grandchild to even sicker eighty percent percent of the great grandchildren at least one or two diseases thirty percent of deaths. During during trying to give birth. They had prostate, Brad prostate disease. They had kidney disease, they tear the diseases, and this was the great grandchildren of the female rats that were exposed, and they found changes in the sperm cells. So as being passed on from one generation to another, and so what this tells you right now we have an entire generation exposed to read them. What's going to happen, when the great grandchildren are born from this generation, are they going to be also get having birth defects, and sterility and problematic births, and all these diseases, very possible, because sure even know there's no research. There's no valuation of the intergenerational affects of the top of that are being approved by the way. They're the science. Would you be so opposed to GMO foods if they did not include some of these herbicides in the seeds, I would be opposed to GM foods at this point in history because if the instant science that has is prone to so many side effects, it other example, there was a potato genetically engineered not to Brown when you slice it the maker of the potato wrote a book and publishing Amazon after he retired from Jasim plot. And before that month Santo and kind said, Pandora's potato the worst GMO, he finally did his research, and realized what he created could be causing disease throughout the country. The it creates a little RA piece strand that silences the gene, that creates the Browning effect. But that little all day can actually file any gene, that it comes in time tech with even. Our jeans. And so if we eat the potato it might be reprogramming, our DNA. It also hides the blues blues usually important because they get bread they formica talking's employs and so they're discarded, but with these potatoes don't show the bruises. And so the toxins are formed, and they get approved and they get sent to the supermarket, and we eat it just to Betty reasons why you said his potatoes, he created, which he regrets to this day are the worst GMO. That was the subtitle of the book and we've corresponded, he's he has since stopped selling Amazon. I wonder what kind of pressure he got from his former bosses and said the book has has has done its job, and I'm onto other things. But what I suspect happened is that he, he got the book out and got the word out. And now he's, he's running from the his former bosses that could that could be. We're gonna take calls on the second year. Jeffrey, are you buy a computer? Type up your URL for the movie, and tell me if you can get that really slow right now. So I would like to recommend this so much. This is so much popularity among the coast to coast listener. That's what's happened say 'cause I finally got up, but it was taking forever. So write it down in the browser. And then tomorrow morning I hang clicking or ended. Our cricket crashed your server. Thank you. Very George go. But I tell you one thing I have to say that with people watch it, it's gonna change lives. It's gonna change. I'd love to hear from people who coast to coast, and heard this, and watched it and decided to change a life because what happens is people get better. They get better for all sorts of diseases in the film. There's this color pract chiropractor. She had ninety two infertile couples come to her again diet a hundred. Percent of them have kids, all of them, interesting. All right. To the phones now we go wild card line Jacqueline's with us in Brooklyn, Jacqueline. Hi, joy. I really enjoy your program. You have such a, a wide variety of guests. Thank you. I've got a great staff that makes it happen for. They are to be commended. It's really very interesting. Learn a lot phone very enjoyable entertaining. I do have a question Jeffrey for you. A lot of times on packaged products. It will specify used with genetic engineering what I'm wondering what about produce items. What about things like see, grapes and see this watermelon, and different kind of hybrid fruits and vegetables that we didn't have maybe decades ago. Are those considered genetically modified as well, they're not according to the definition that I use the industry tied to muddy the water by calling hybridization genetic modification? So they, they consider seedless watermelons genetically-modified just to confuse you don't we don't worry about that. We're concerned about the laboratory alteration of DNA that can't happen in nature. And there's very few of those dissection I can name them very quickly. There's papaya from Hawaii, or China, there's zucchini and yellow squash. There's a non Browning apple and they not Browning potato, and there's court, and if you happen to get at a mommy in the produce section. That's also at risk because soy is genetically engineered most of it. So those are the genetically engineered produce things. And there's no they're not required to be labelled very few product, genetically engineered are labeled because there's no requirement in the United States. More you'll see. See voluntary non GMO? Labels used to say to people that eat non GMO. And if you can't I mean, if you can that also organic the right now, I say to people eat organic and only if you can't eat, nuns GMO. What about restaurants Jeffrey restaurants? They, you know, if it's a fast food restaurant of using processed materials, they're gonna have GMO's in it. So I never consider going to fast food, restaurant because they have plenty of ingredients in each of their products. And several of the most processed foods, contain a derivative of soy, corn, cottonseed oil, canola oil sugar beets quiz sugar at cetera. So when I go to a restaurant that cooks from scratch, the main question, Alaska's what kind of oil do you use? I think it says, if I'm traveling I can't get an organic meal on at least wanna go non GMO, and if they use soybean oil or canola oil or corn oil, that's genetically engineered, if they have all of oil, maybe. They could cook my meal in their olive oil. But if they tell you, they use olive oil, the cooking, always ask, if it's a blend because sometimes blended with canola oil, 'cause it's cheaper, and the canola oil is genetically engineered, then you have to think about the comments and the salad dressings. But if they cook from scratch because there's so few genetically engineered produce pieces, then you can generally tell if you're at risk. Let's go to Gary driving, and California west of the Rockies, high gear go ahead. George nice to talk to you. Thank you. And jeff. Two questions. One, I read about years ago that Monsanto was altering disease. In plants, so that they would not Germany, so that, so that, basically, we will be able to grow our backyard gardens of plants that we originally broke his seat, Germany, and then the second question I have. Was the naval orange really the first altered.
"sonate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And some of the things that cat owners can do to encourage their cats to be healthy and happy and live as long as possible. So I wanna discuss a little bit more like the elephant in the room for cat cancer. Can you talk with me a little bit about cancers that are associated with things that we do like vaccinations, for example. Yes. So the first one I just I laugh when he said the elephant in the room because elephants are my favorite species. But that's a side note, one of the ones working on new talk for one of the upcoming conferences. But I think this is an important one to bring up before we talk about the vaccine is environmental smoke. And there are studies that show that cats that are in homes with smokers can increase the risk of lymphoma to about two and a half to three times. So that you know that. It's one that smokers hate to know about. But I think it is an important one to know about that it could have an impact on their risk for lymphoma. Maybe maybe veterinarians should ask or cat owners should tell their veterinarian. If the cat is in a smoking environment is does does that make a difference? I mean, I think it would be important to know where especially if you're you is general practitioners, right? You're seeing these kitties when they're young. So maybe that would be something to know in at least advise the owner, you know, when I did my residency in New York City. I would see some of these kitties that lived in studio apartment who, you know, really small apartments where the owners were smoking in the apartment, and that could be definitely more of an impact than maybe somebody who was living in a larger house. Right. So I don't know that they looked at that in the study. But I do think it might be something that we would want owners to know win their cats are young maybe we could encourage people to stop smoking. If not for them for their. Outside when they smoke. I don't know. So the other one that you asked about is the I refer to them as injection site sarcomas, they were originally called vaccine associated sarcomas. But now, they're really called injection sites. Are komo's why because it's not just vaccines that can cause these connective tissue cancers. But vaccines were the ones that were first linked indefinitely by far the most common injection that we give to cats. Well, I don't want this fear since stop people from taking their cats vet. So that's why I brought it up. His I think we have enough of a hurdle of not seeing cats and how important it is. Oh my goodness. How important it is to see them because we can make a difference on not just cancer. But a lot of other chronic diseases if we know about them, so I just wanted to allay people's fear about this instill encourage them to take their cat to the vet. Right. So I think it's really important that we understand what the risk. And so the risk is thought to be about one in ten thousand cats that get an injection will get a sarcoma. So these are connective tissue cancers. So these are usually ones that you're gonna feel by doing your monthly exams. But the problem is when they get big they can be very hard to manage because they get big they may require big surgery, and they can spread as well. So low risk, but when it happens to your cat, it's one hundred percents, right? So what can we do to minimize them? So you know, there's been a lot of studies since he's tumors were first noted in the nineteen nineties about the formulation of the vaccines wear on the cat that we're giving. So a lot of injections used to be given between the shoulder blades. Right. And that's a really hard place to remove a tumor. So now, the recommendation from the feline task force has been to give them on the legs of cats because that's going to be something that we can be more amenable to surgery. So again, there's been a lot of work into where should we? Evac Sonate ING, what is making up the vaccines and the other big question. You have to ask your veterinarian is what is my cat at risk for. And what do they need to be accented for and how frequently so if you have an indoor only kitty in a single cat household do need feline leukemia vaccine on a regular basis. Doc, do I need rabies again. Single cat household into our only cat. What is my risk in my state? If I'm not vaccinating, my cat for rabies. Do I need to sign anything? So I can't you know, give blanket statements, but these are the conversation that you're going to be having with your veterinarian is how often do I need to be vaccinating my cat. Where should we be vaccinating? My cat at end. You know, what is my cat at risk for. I think that the take home message really for everybody. Not this is one of my soap-boxes. Is that vaccinations are not one-size-fits-all every vaccine is not right for every pet dog or cat. It needs to be tailored to their risks. So absolutely. I would definitely encourage that conversation between my listeners in their veterinarians. But don't let the fear of vaccination associated or injection associated sarcoma. Be the reason or the excuse that you don't take your cat to the vet. Right. And you know, exactly just have the conversation, and I can tell you I'm in the metro New York, I'm north of New York City in the suburbs. Westchester and a couple years ago. My husband was bit by a cat at work that was not vaccinated and turned out that cat was positive for rabies, and he had to go through the whole treatment for it. So rabies is definitely a real risk in our area. It's in the wildlife. So if I had an outdoor cat, I would be vaccinated if rabies I would just put it in the proper location on my kitty and take that all into consideration. So again and then monitor that site if you know where your cat is back. Exceeded. It's part of your lump in bump monitoring program. So if it does develop a bump, you can monitor it very closely and see if it's just gonna be a vaccine reaction or they develop a tumor. But again, it's low risk one in ten thousand is not very high for me. It's not a reason not to vaccinate. But is definitely a reason to get educated. Can I tell you sad story about this? In fact, I saw kitty recently who was strictly indoor kitty, but I hadn't seen the kitty in a longtime several years, I think maybe six years or so and I saw her and she was exhibiting neurologic signs. And of course, that would be consistent with rabies. But I know the client, and I know that she's an indoor only cat, however, because of the neurologic signs she was showing some sort of random aggression, and if she had bitten a human being in my state because rabies is a requirement here if she had bitten a human being I would have had to call the health department in it might have ended very poor. Early for this kitty. So I reminded the client. I know she lives inside all the time. You think it's so unlikely but in situations like this that is life threatening as well to skip. It was life threatening for this cat. Yeah. Exactly. And I can also tell you being the wife of, you know, someone who got bit by a Catholic tested positive for rabies was terrifying. Because it's fatal in people. So, you know, these are real risks for people and to our pets. So I think again, I'm definitely not saying blow off accedes by any stretch of the imagination. But this is where having a real conversation with your veterinarian about the risks in the pros and cons. And then when you've accident for the things that you're kidding knees. What do you need to know about monitoring your kitty going forward is going to be super important? So I want my take home messages for my listeners today to be regular visits to your vent are very very important also one everybody to realize that. Checking over your cats body for lumps and bumps is also important and should be done on a schedule. You can find Dr Seuss skin maps, I'll get Dr sue to tell us exactly how to find everything before we end the show, but I do want everyone to be checking into looking into be including their veterinarian..
"sonate" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"This coming summer when the Paul is dead legend was born a mid western college campus newspaper published it published a story claiming that Paul McCartney had been killed in a car crash in nineteen sixty six and secretly replaced with a look alike by record exacts in order to preserve record sales, the surviving Beatles. So the story goes presumably, we're so guilt ridden that they had perpetrated such a hoax, they proceeded to leave a trail of breadcrumbs. Clues revealing the truth. My guest in our one writer filmmaker Andrew are net will be here to discuss his theory that occultist magician Allaster Crowly who is picture is featured prominently on the cover of the Beatles. Magnum opus urgent peppers was in fact behind the entire Paul is dead hoax. He'll be here in moments to explain in hours. Two three and four coast to coast AM has never fear. Tackled controversial issues head on. And tonight. We'll go where few programs, quite frankly are willing to go deep into the vaccine debate, you're going to hear or you're going to take part rather in a conversation. They can get you deployed formed kicked off social media for even suggesting that there might be an association between vaccines and neurological disorders such as autism. The science. Settled into suggest otherwise is tantamount tantamount to a thought crime. Well, we're now living in a time where pediatricians are firing their patients if they refuse to get back Sonate it municipal and state governments have enacted legislation or are considering legislation to make vaccinations mandatory full stop. Then along comes forest. Marie a blogger researcher and author of a book called the autism vaccine. The story of modern medicine's greatest tragedy. The book was the subject of an online petition to have it banned from Amazon, but Titian to make the autism vaccine available on Amazon one out at least for now. Forest. Marina is not a doctor. He's not an immunologist. He's not even a scientist. But he has compiled a pretty comprehensive history of the development of vaccines such as the diptheria vaccine, and how the introduction of aluminum aluminum hydroxide index scenes in the early nineteen thirties corresponds with an outbreak of autism in the very to countries that introduced the aluminum laced vaccine. Was the great beast. Alister Crowley behind. The Paul is dead hoax. That conversation is next. Welcome to the audio imaginarium come on in where he traveler. Hang your cloak on a pig. Grab a stool and come gather around the fire. There are stories to be told and you are among friends. I'm Richard, Sarah. This is coast to coast AM. Why don't you stay awhile?.
"sonate" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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Department of Health warns of potential measles exposure in Tucson
"And out of state visitors with measles may have exposed to ceann residents to the disease. The Arizona department of health services in the Pima county public health department says the persons known to have been at Tucson international airport this past Monday from six AM to ten forty AM. Health officials say measles is highly contagious in anyone who was at the airport Monday, who's not back Sonate is at
"sonate" Discussed on KGO 810
"Oh, okay. All right. Go ahead. The three children in one of the schools. You mentioned and my daughter in kindergarten. He was not allowed to come to school until she was back mated. Yeah. Did you did you know about the population? There did you know, how many kids not vaccinated? Yeah. We didn't think it was only thirty six percents. They sa- basketball charter independent and a lot of the reasons is way just said about the autism rate. Coming up. Right. And and then we held off for our daughter, but we got her back Sonate in and she had a mild reaction about a ten inch dark red Mark on her side. There's your said I was kind of an anomaly, maybe a bad batch. But a couple of other people have called in and she was fine after a couple of days, right? Yeah. But how do you feel about all those other about your child your daughter going to school with so many kids who have not been vaccinated does that concern you? Children evacuated. No. Yeah. Well, and I feel like such a low number. I don't know where you're get the figure from to be honest because. Six. Sixth grade, and they're already back netted out there done with there's ice nation. Yeah. I think they'll be more to come. I mean, it seems like every time you think you're done a couple years later you have to go through it again. Lemme lemme get where I got those statistics from for you. And I don't have a right in front of me. Listen, I let me take a little break here. When I come back. I'll tell you exactly where those stats came from because their new the most recent information on this. And I think they I don't want to say it if I'm wrong, but I'll tell you where they came from soon as we return eight ten is the number. You're listening to k geo Thurston on K G O eight ten. News.
"sonate" Discussed on KCRW
"Sometimes because of action teams sometimes because parents object. That's when study came out linking, actually, the whooping cough. And we're don't talk about measles here, weapon, cough too serious, childhood side effects, like seizures believe that this kind of damage the vaccine is now greater than the risk of damage from the disease, and it was actually debunked. But nevertheless, it sent whooping cough. Vaccination rates in the UK where that study was plummeting from about eighty percent to thirty percent. Action. I have. But he saw it on. I just think that she could be one of the million that something might have just decided to leave. Then a number of documentaries came out. Also peddling wrong information what we have found are serious questions about the safety. Ineffectiveness of the shot really created a resistance among some parents vaccinate their kids really, particularly in these ultra liberal enclaves, Berkeley or Washington state. And why they're there is already among that group at that time a skepticism of big pharma of drug companies pumping things into our environments and bodies that we don't need just to make a profit can employ a pharmaceutical company that manufactures vaccine get checked of in designing experiments to show fault in a product that generates close to a billion dollars in sales for his company these communities pushed for what's called a philosophical exemption that you can send your kid to school without being back. Sonate added based on philosophical. Belief and by the nineties that's spread really across the United States. So now, you can send a child to school without having them vaccinated as long as you have this exemption. What should parents do? After a linking the measles. Mumps.
"sonate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"But I see so many in the thing about it is you and I have maintained a great relationship over years. So we actually probably consult all about four or five. Six cases that year. Even though you're in one in Tennessee. And I was on the other. That's the beautiful thing about the smartphones is valley. Can we talk about the case in tech about the case? But we actually see pictures of case, that's really helpful. It's fascinating. Well, it turned out to be a case of cat, scratch fever that ended up in the eye. Yeah. And you knew what it was and Iran the test you suggested in was able to help the cat and help the people too. So I don't want only one out there to underestimate the amazingness of the specialists or we're always willing to help. So is there anything else that you think that cat lovers? Need to know about cat is we talked about discharge and discomfort in infectious diseases. What about these infectious diseases can any of them be back Sonate for well, certainly hurt me can be excited four, and you know, when you come to start asking me about that. Scenes at the big wide, honest with you my own animal. See a primary care physician. I haven't vaccinated an animal in news. I get reminder cards in the mail phone. Call said, hey Stanley, who is my cat's name they come in for his annual? Okay. So take family and purrs annual just like anybody else does. Okay. Well, I can say that there are some vaccines since I'm a primary care veterinarian. There are some vaccines that these issues can be avoidable. So reach out to your own veterinarian to find out what you can do to help offset some of these risks. So I am so grateful that you joined us here today. And I am in all of your awesomeness and.
"sonate" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And this is any big city you're going to find a lot of animals with these beautiful characteristics. I think we need to do as a big city is we need to regression these animals and go along the animal firm foundation philosophy treating every one of them is individuals every dog, it doesn't matter what they look like should be treated as an individual because you can have that kind of package, and you can have an incredibly sociable animal, and you can have a wholly different kind of package and not have a very sociable animal at all. So the package what the animal looks like has nothing to do with how. How it behaves? We must take them as they come and try to embrace their individuality and same goes for cats. I mean, let's say all dogs are individuals all cats are gods. However you want. Kitties kitties. You can usually find an opportunity for kitty. So if your city is embracing that no kill philosophy. You are embracing community cat programming because there are so many feral cats out there, and there are many community cats out there that are just gonna live out their days, very humanely and healthy in their communities. Some of them are feral, I either wild. They're just kinda like a wreck own or anything else. They don't need to be around us. And we're really not that desirable to be around there like a wild animal, so they can be trapped neutered and returned back Sonate for rabies, obviously in the other ailments that they can have and some minor medical or major medical treatment. But they can be returned and they can live out their days doing incredibly important work such as rodent control in some of these communities. I know Chicago used to have a reputation as a very ratty city, and I think Philly has its fair share as well. And the bottom line is these cats are damn good workers. And if we cannot find an opportunity for them in a loving home, we need to subscribe to commute. Handicapped programming which is stranger to return or trap neuter return. So when we do that, again, we decrease the number of animals that are coming into existence which is critical, and we also humanely manage what some people view as a problem other people view as a welcome inhabitant of their communities. So I think you know, really when we look at the animals coming into the emission shelter. They do you know, they are primarily dogs and cats, but but with a no kill mindset, you're looking for opportunities to help them continue doing what fills their belly and makes them happy and keeps them alive. But you also take a more humane approach to these animals, you know, it's not there's no quick solutions. When you're thinking about a no kill city. There's hard work. There's lots of problem solving and I'll tell you right now. And the big key is the partnerships and the collaboration. It cannot be done by one shelf through no one shelter or person can create a no kill city. We do this together. Which is another reason why I find. Such a beautiful thing. It's really about collaboration.
"sonate" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I was saying Tony LaRussa stopped by gave us. Some wise words. Hello. Paulie MAC a little bit about the bridge to bridge run on Sunday. You know, I can't be. There are no Paul neglect rock and roll, Allah gracing, all our baseball. So what the hell let's get it. Oh, I gotta go. Sign up now at bridge to bridge dot com. The song we put under the I believe it's called dogs by pink. Yes. Homerun do dogs. She guys ready. You guys do know. The warriors are not making the NBA finals. Right because I hadn't heard Charles Barkley told us last night. All right, right, Portland. Trailblazers? He's told us a lot of things over the years. That are exactly this is on the Mark. This is true. I mean, we're okay, but Kenny Smith was with them on this when he high fives. And I'm with you. The portland. Okay. See game. Last night was epic little overtime till one thousand nine hundred twenty one to keep in that. Great tradition of our caller who mispronounced CJ Beathard named said CJ Beathard is the guy I'm gonna say this right now. Damon twenty eighteen statements that did not that did not pay. I just think CJ far does the guy delivery confidence the mispronunciation. But I'm here to tell you that Damian Lillard is not the guy. He's not Dr. Start the guy. Dan, Damian Lillard is not not like Lillard, Murph. But he I don't see them going to the final. The guy in the thunder won the game too. So their third place in the in the in the west right now, Paul George thirty two and fourteen. Fifty one last night Lillard Lord, Lord, get it straight Damian Lillard is the guy. So all right. Well, listen is it crazy morning all sorts of the show. You know, what my commitment to sharks? One last night I'm committed to the sharks from here on out. All right. They got the w last night. There's all sorts of good stuff. Another sad stuff to the Tom Seaver news that he's announced he has dimension is retiring from public life. You know, what dude that's sad. And then we can reflect on his career a little bit. He didn't pass away. But you know, who did is just this is for me and forever out Dan Jenkins. Rest in peace. One of my all time idols one of the greatest of all time. I've just got two words for you buddy, semi tough Burt Reynolds, Kris Kristofferson, dude that was one of his many works of art dare. I say I I'm thinking, I don't know if north Dallas forty came out I put that north Dallas forty and semi tough. Yeah. We're kind of like the first cinematic looks at pro football that I can remember like you had longest your. But that was prison, obviously. I don't even remember they really weren't making sports movies. Like, they do now semi tough came out. I did. Okay. So that was kind of like like. Unflinching look under the covers all behind the scenes. You know? Among the many things Dan Jenkins said he created the greatest character names, Burt Reynolds as Billy CLYDE Puckett. Hell, yeah. And Chris Christopherson as Marvin wait for poly, shake tiller, shake tiller. His name is Marvin Taylor swift by shave you one of the reasons everything is so messed up twenty one thousand nine hundred everyone politically, and otherwise, everybody's running amok. We don't get enough Kris Kristofferson anymore. I think that's part of the problem with performing Jill started nod. I think he just performed up in Santa Rosa in the last I saw him perform with Merle haggard. Nice show. Can I go can you? Can I go with the Greek theater? You know what I'm saying? Nice show you talking about this is like gosh three four years ago. If you guys remember this in the early nineties, it was I was in the east coast. So it's kind of a big deal back there. I don't know if you guys remember this when Bob Dylan turned I think it was for his fiftieth birthday party in the early nineties. They had like a big superstar blow out tribute concert at Madison Square Garden, and I am. What's that? You said it was like is what I did. I believe it was his fiftieth and all like everybody came out of the woodwork to play Bob Dylan songs from the Beatles. Eric Clapton and on and on the Rolling Stones and one of the performers that night was Sonate O'Connor, and she had literally a week before just ripped up a picture of the pope on Saturday Night Live, and there was a huge uproar about that huge. So Sonate O'Connor goes on stage. She was just one of their scheduled performance. She was a big deal that time and they booed her off the stage. She started crying, it was really create a crazy scene. She started crying onstage, and then she stopped singing the Dylan song and she sang a protest song. It's look with her fist up. She sang a Bob Marley song called war is she leaves a stage crying, and Chris Christopherson was there and hugged her and the mikes picked up what he said to her. And he said don't don't he goes don't let the bastards get you down. And I was like wait another Christoffersen moment. Dude the rebel in Christopherson camp. Be stopped. Bring him back. First of all bring him back in nineteen bits of news. You a even though he's the ultimate cowboy he went to high school in San Mateo. He was awesome. Awesome. He is performing today. He is where he's got a whole spring tour going back. He's he starts Sunday April fourteenth in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. Concord, New Hampshire New York, Maryland, Maryland, then guess what guys in starting on June fifth? He starts his European tour in Norway. Well, he's gonna keep digging in Dublin Ireland. I think we should road trip to Dublin and go see coming. In. And he, you know, don't forget also now with this whole Gaga think he was in the first star is born. He was like the was the Bradley Cooper was. He was he was very good. Very good. Yeah. Anyway, that's Microsoft. Appreciate jenkins. I this one's personal sorry for anybody. Sometimes one hits you he was he was one of my idols, man. I used to always every mass the chronicle golf column every year before the masters. I always started my call with a big excerpt from this. Old sorry just realized how offers in. Yeah. Still gigging but Willie Nelson's even older digging. Right. And didn't BB king. Right. Has today. Right until you die. Anyway. Did you watch giants by Joe I let of band, and I just you didn't want it. Thinning? Did you think I cannot Melanson? I haven't seen that for. Don't even contract dry. It's not like doing that. Do they by the way, I read man is the athletic? Jim Bowden former GM of the reds. You know, he wrote a little NHL west preview. Dude. I gotta get this for you, man. I I have to hear it is off season grades for the National League West. Oh god. I just bad about my head, dad. He says he's right. The the dodgers had an interesting winner. They signed AJ Pollock the Diamondbacks traded away, Paul Goldschmidt, the Padres in and Rockies did everything here. And he writes, the giants hired a new baseball president of operations, comma, but did little else to improve their team in the short or long term as I just laughed, and then he goes on to a longer description of all the teams he gives the Rockies a see the Diamondbacks a C minus Iraqis A B minus he gives the dodgers a B minus. He gives the the Padres a B. Plus the giants he gives them a C. Writes, he writes, the best part of their season was this isn't a higher far Han, blah, blah, blah. And he says he says is there this? Other than that. They here is the exact phrase, I'm looking at he said, they didn't nothing more than oh, no. He said they're weak farm system in the fact that they're major league team is not considered a contender made them nothing. More than leverage in the Bryce Harper process. He says, well, at least they got their leader in Zaidi, comma, which saved them from getting an F. So good times. It's..
"sonate" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Report is brought to you by WWW police officers right to sue dot com. Russell scored the final twelve points for the nets have matching accrue forty Marie Sonate point fourth quarter deficit, but they still needed one more stop to pull out a victory. Kemba walker? Dancing on the top out of the white wing. Out of his hands. One seventeen fifteen in the final over the Hornets. Chris Carina the call right here on the fan charissa verdict. The stop on Kemba Walker who at thirty two in the loss was the nets wasted a nineteen point third quarter lead but still managed to pull out the win. Just a great basketball game. I don't care if was preseason playoffs. Is a heck of a basketball game and just want to grip to Charlotte credit? I thought they they they did a heck of a job coming back tough team to stop the Tony Kemba were were unbelievable. Kenny Atkinson on. Yes, of course, referring to Tony Parker at twenty one Jared Allen and eleven points and eleven boards. Joe Harris added nineteen Yankees to the Red Sox. Eight five in the spring debut, but you players trying to put tough season behind them off tonight start. Greg Berg Clint Frazier. One for three both those guys obviously, come in one show a little bit on the proven themselves a little bit. Early returns is you know, we were seeing to healthy players. And to see him get out of the gates. Well today. Sure, you always like that. And that's Aaron Boone bombers will take on the race today. Coverage on the fan at twelve fifty five brace for three is Peter Lonzo a two run shot on the first pitch. He saw we're called hitters, takers. You know? So I mean, if we get a good I mean, if we get a good pitch. I mean might as well take our take our chance that Ravi kennel Rivi single method on the Astros today with coverage on WCBS eight eighty at one.
"sonate" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Of the news. You would probably miss. It's time for Dina's quick. So one of the invitees which will talk about a little bit later to the state of the union from Alexandria Cortez. Is that who had confronted Jeff flake in the elevator? Remember her and she was trying to because they were trying to see this is over the cavenaugh hearings. And they ran him down in the elevator. So she's that's her guest for the state of the union. Everyone always makes these grandiose these invitations to people they may get, you know, very political. So the boy scouts inaugurated the first all girls trip. So they're no longer the boy scouts anymore. Also, here's something. So this is in this is from the UK. A man is suing his parents were giving birth to him a twenty seven year old guy name Rafael Samuel from Mumbai is a child free advocate who believes that children shouldn't be made to suffer life. And so he's and he describes himself as an anti-nato list who think that parents don't have the right to give birth of a child has agreed to be born. Well, he's in luck because he can move to New York or maybe here even soon Virginia, maybe impossibly Rhode Island and his parents can afford him. So yeah, I go to New York, dude. And this is totally done. I mean, look at you. You are so lucky gosh, dang. The Russian navy is reportedly made a new weapon that makes their targets Palu Sonate and also vomit for like, you know, college park kidding. The Russian navy apparently has the this this new weapon onto Russian warships. Fires a beam similar to a stroke. Blighted affects the targets eyesight making it more difficult for them to aim at night. And during testing they apparently on the can make the volunteers are these these targets that they had testing on dizzy nauseous and disoriented twenty percent of them experienced hallucinations. Ooh. Okay. New York City lawmaker wants to throw chefs in jail for serving flaw GRA, which is isn't that Doug liver? Why why because it's New York City. They want to ban restaurants from selling which is a French delicacy because of the treatment of the animals used to make I don't eat frogger foie gras because they think it's just weird. They said they force feed a bird for the purpose of making it sick to create this bubble. I don't need it. I mean, you do. But I I don't like it. And you know. If I can't eat it. And I can't I can't eat it. I wanted a pet or I went to or where one of the two. So I am Hawaii's considering a ban on cigarette. Sales there quickly turning to New York. So now they want to become the first state to ban the sale of cigarettes. They are proposing that cigarette sales would effectively by twenty twenty four and it would raise the minimum age for buying cigarettes from twenty one to thirty and then two years later. No one under the age of a one hundred would be allowed to purchase cigarettes, actual, real and shock and Australia..
"sonate" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"This is the dilemma that is. Facing a lot of people up on the Oregon Washington area where the strongest population of anti-bacterial reside. And there is also a sizable outbreak of measles at the moment. Washington has been declared an area of emergency. Portland the Portland area. They've got a new ethnic of measles rearing its head. I won't call an epidemic yet they have a number of cases, Washington. Yeah. Pedantic time. That's what they're referring to there. And in Washington, they're trying to make it law as we have in California that you're young. It's got to be vaccinated to get into kindergarten. It's a bipartisan Bill it's been put together. And of course, that's raising all kinds of hell lot of you wanting to come not a lot of you. Some of you wanting to comment on the first caller, and that's fine. A gen here. One of them be my guest. Welcome became Jay. Thank you. I noticed setting myself up to be the negative collar the day. They just a couple of points one. I'm still vaccinating my children. They don't get to. Oh. You cannot feign ignorance by saying you have stocks because you're reading commentary you have to actually go to scientific study is where it's all based on science. Not somebody's opinion. Why would you say you're being the negative caller of the day? Hope you're done was in your cheek. It is. After I heard the first caller. I was a fight. It numbers three. Getting measles anymore. I didn't get measles as a child and my grandkids aren't getting measles because we were vaccinated. I mean, it's it's not it's not even a ton of, you know, thought process, we are vaccinated the diseases go away. I mean, Oregon and Washington are beautiful, but you can't go meditate by the creek with your children staying off the diseases. It's just the way it works. Yeah. I the proof to me is is so obviously in the pudding by the ratification of all of these diseases. And how did we do that by by vaccinating individuals, and it's gonna have him on after generation after generation after generation after generation after generation if we were going to be born with two heads it. It would have happened by now, you know, and it hasn't so, but there are still resistors out there for whatever reason go ahead with your comment. Well, I mean, you're putting my child endanger, you're putting my grandkids endanger, you know, you. I hear people say that I'm not going to do this. This is just technology. It's big money. It's not. It's simple. Fact, you know, they created the vaccinations the pharmacies didn't come up with it. The doctor said we have to do something to stop. This people are dying people are getting sick. That's how it develops. There is a process and you're cell against technology. Then get off your theater. There is progression. You know, talk out both sides of your mouth and number two. Do not put my kids in jeopardy with your ignorance, and the the the issue of money, you know, those those buzz terms big pharma and all of this money. That's being. You know spent conspiracy. Well, my point is how much money are you willing to spend if your child does have cancer. There's no such thing as big money, then you'll spend everything that you've got times ten times, you know, one thousand your neighbor your family. I mean, they do what does this issue of big money when when a child's life is an alert, especially when it's your child big money that doesn't exist. It's not bad. You'll spend whatever it takes. You know in in research and development that takes a lot of money. Now, there's no doubt in my mind drugs could be cheaper. But that's not the issue that we're dealing with right now issue, we're dealing with right now is that we have had success in getting rid of a lot of these diseases. We don't need them to come back and flip back into the dark ages because people don't want to vaccinate their kids. Don't need it. Jen. Thank you. All right. Thank you. Can you? Hold on people. Please. I would appreciate it. Because I can tell is going to be a good one. There's no middle ground on this. Yeah. I there's no middle ground when it comes to toback Sonate or not to vaccinate. We'll continue on the the dialogue. What's going on in Oregon and Washington four nine zero fifty eight fifty and a promise you I will get to everyone of your calls, but.
"sonate" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley
"And the question was wondering if you and kill can talk about the well known controversy of vaccines. I'm a mother of three and have always said, I'd never be that mom, but recently have read so many horrifying stories about vaccines, like the MR some absolutely devastating stories. I've back Sonate in my two older girls and never even thought twice about it. But now, I'm paranoid vaccinate my five month old baby. Boy, I would love to know both of your opinions African love you both and always look forward to coffee combos. Awesome. I definitely think this is a controversial topic. And I don't wanna lose listeners because of my opinions, but. I I did vaccinate Isaac. Because to me, I didn't know any better. And I gave I let them vaccinate him with whatever they basically said that he needed, and I feel like I was ignorant and didn't do research didn't know any better with Lincoln. I knew a little bit more, and I started to research more. And that's when I think the conversations of axioms started to really be going on with me. And my my friends I became mom's n just they're documentaries on Netflix and all kinds of just news that I would try to look into Lincoln did not get all of his vaccines. I definitely pick and choose chose which ones I felt like we're necessary. And he did not get them all at once. So he did one or two vaccines at a time. And again, those are the ones that I felt that he needed Lux's eighteen months, and he is not vaccinated. He. Hasn't really ever been sick. And. I for me. I just I think the more research that I do and the more educated I've become I just don't. I just don't vaccinate him. So that's my opinion. And I don't I don't judge, you know, Lindsay if she chooses tobaks may or anyone else who chooses to vaccinate. That's your prerogative. Your apparent. You know, what's best for your child? And I'm not here to judge. You know hobby. Did I think I talked about on the podcast? He texted me asking how I felt about Lincoln getting a flu shot because I guess he told me that Lauren is like a big believer in vaccines. So. I said whatever you guys choose to do with your son is fine. But my son's not getting the flu vaccine. Right. And I will reiterate what you just said what people choose with your kids is their business. And what I choose to do with mine is you know, what works germy. However, I don't want to like convince anybody to vaccinate not toback Sonate, not my place or position. However, we did vaccinate and we did it on an alternate schedule. So it wasn't on the schedule that is like the recommended schedule. And I did do some research before vaccinating and what I found was that. There had been links from the MR vaccine to autism. And that definitely scared me a lot because I think autism is more prevalent in boys. So. That really really scared me. And I was like, okay. I need to talk the pediatrician about this. Because this could not be good. You know, I need more information than what I've just found on the internet. I need like a professional opinion. And to be perfectly honest. My pediatrician and any of the other moms that I've talked to in regards to vaccine all pediatricians are one hundred percent pro vaccine, so you're going to get that one like medical side, and you've got to consider to that. It's a business. You know, just about to say I didn't want to cut you off. But vaccines are business? So sad reality of it. But it just is. And so after talking to my pediatrician and telling him my concerns about the vaccines. I told him that I would like to split the minimum are back scene because that's what I had read all over the internet that if you're going to back Sonate for it to split up, the vaccine and supposedly and some articles it states that there is no link with autism and back scenes,.
"sonate" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley
"And the question was wondering if you and kill can talk about the well known controversy of vaccines. I'm a mother of three and have always said, I'd never be that mom, but recently read so many horrifying stories about vaccines, like the MR some absolutely devastating stories. I've accented my two older girls and never even thought twice about it. But now, I'm paranoid vaccinate my five month old baby. Boy, I would love to know both of your opinions PS African love you both and always look forward to coffee combos. Awesome. I definitely think this is a controversial topic. And I don't wanna lose listeners because of my opinions, but. I I did vaccinate Isaac. Because to me, I didn't know any better. And I gave I let them vaccinate him with whatever they basically said that he needed, and I feel like I was ignorant and didn't do research didn't know any better with Lincoln. I knew a little bit more, and I started to research more. And that's when I think the conversations vaccine started to really be going on with me. And my my friends I became mom's and just their documentaries on Netflix and all kinds of just news that I would try to look into a Lincoln did not get all of his vaccines. I definitely pick and choose chose which ones I felt like we're necessary. And he did not get them all at once. So he did one or two vaccines at a time. And again, those are the ones that I felt that he needed Lux's eighteen months, and he is not vaccinated. He. Hasn't really ever been sick. And. I for me. I just I think the more research that I do and the more educated I've become I just don't. I don't vaccinate him. So that's my opinion. And I don't I don't judge, you know, Lindsay if she chooses tobaks may or anyone else who chooses to vaccinate. That's your prerogative. Your apparent. You know, what's best for your child? And I'm not here to judge. You know hobby. Did I think I talked about on the podcast? He texted me asking how I felt about Lincoln getting a flu shot because I guess he told me that Lauren is like a big believer in vaccines. So. I said whatever you guys choose to do with your son is fine. But my son's not getting the flu vaccine. Right. And I will reiterate what you just said what people choose zoo with their kids is their business. And what I choose to do with mine is you know, what works for me. However, I don't want to like convince anybody to vaccinate not toback Sonate, not my place or position. However, we did vaccinate and we did it on an alternate schedule. So it wasn't on the schedule that is like the recommended schedule. And I did do some research before vaccinating and what I found was that. There had been links from the MR vaccine to autism. And that definitely scared me a lot because I think autism is more prevalent and boys. So. That really really scared me. And I was like, okay. I need to talk the pediatrician about this. Because this could not be good. You know, I need more information than what I've just found on the internet. I need like a professional opinion. And to be perfectly honest. My pediatrician and any of the other moms that I've talked to in regards to vaccine all pediatricians are one hundred percent pro vaccine, so you're going to get that one like medical side, and you've got to consider to that. It's a business. You know, just about to say I didn't want to cut you off. But vaccines are business? So sad reality of it. But it just is. And so after talking to my pediatrician and. Telling him my concerns about the vaccines. I told him that I would like to split the minimum are back scene because that's what I had read all over the internet that if you're going to back Sonate four it to split up the vaccine and supposedly and some articles that states that there is no link with autism mbacke scenes,.
Emergency declared over measles in anti-vaccine hotspot
"You can have pneumonia. They're all kinds of systemic processes that can happen. You can become super infected with bacteria become septic and die from overwhelming bacterial infection. So it's it's not a trifling disease, and it's so contagious. They say that it has a ninety ninety percent contagion rate for people who are within close proximity. And it's it's spread through through the air through droplets. Sneezes coughs and catch it from someone in an elevator. Someone breathing. Sure. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. When they talk their project project Diane there. Yeah. They spit when they talk highly contagious. How how are people who've already been vaccinated is that something that they're protected presumably Novak scenes one hundred percent affective, but we rely on something called herd immunity. So that is where you get a critical mass of people within within a society within a within a community who are back Sonate it and who's vaccines have worked. And so those fewer people who are catching and spreading it to others. So when I talk to people like the flu shot, for instance. And and they, you know, people say, no, I don't feel like taking it. I don't know. You know, I'm not worried about the flu, and I tell them. Yeah. You, you know, you're young you're healthy. You probably won't die from the flu. But you could give it to an infant or you could give it to your grandmother, and they could from from the flu. So think about the people around you whose immune systems don't work as well as yours or who who are too young to be vaccinated. So you're really doing a service to the to the people around you the people that you love by getting back Sonate it and the these hot spots for the. Have this cluster of anti vaxxers that heard sort of her immunity lanes because now you have fewer people within the society who are immune and they get sick. And they pass it on to other people who either didn't get vaccinated or who just didn't respond to the vaccine or who have an imperative mean system because of chemotherapy or or they're being treated for autoimmune diseases and immune suppressed, so there are a lot of people in our society around us that are vulnerable that we may not even know about that we could make sick. What do you think about legislation where people are required me because it most schools require that the children have vaccinated on schedule. They have I think Illinois has passed legislation where if you have religious beliefs that contradict taking being exposed vaccinations is that something that is troublesome in worrisome for the medical professions. So there have been an increase in the number of states that have allowed laws that have permitted religious or philosophical objections. And you know. Unfortunately, that's dangerous because it gives people in out and allows them to send their kids to school who haven't been vaccinated who could potentially be sick and spread diseases. So it's dangerous for all of us to to allow those things to happen. And speaking of which we'll talk about some new healthcare related laws in Illinois that started this year. We're hanging out with Dr Kathy Tinus. She is the president of the Illinois state, medical society and assistant professor of medicine at northwestern. If you have any questions or thoughts, you want to share with the doctor or with our listeners, please do not hesitate to call or text us at three one
"sonate" Discussed on WTVN
"Thank you. Joe? Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. So we're getting a little more word from the CDC. How we shaping up this flu season so far? Well, I tell you we're we're really ramping up now. Unfortunately, flu season, always assign. We are entering the depths of winter. And that's what's going on now. But the good news is it doesn't look like it's going to be as bad as last year when we just had a an horrific flu season with. Almost eighty thousand people dying nationwide because flu and its complications. And almost a million people hospitalized as well. A little bit later start to the flu season. But the last couple of weeks Joel it has really ramped up with a number of flu cases nationwide. Almost doubling so right now across the country wide spread flu activity reported in twenty four states, and there have been thirteen pediatric deaths. Many of those not back Sonate. But in Ohio right now, we're seeing some regional activity northeast Ohio is the hardest hit thus far. But again, it is really being beginning to pick up steam now, and there is still time to get that vaccination. If you want to I in one of the good news items here is that it appears that the scientists who try to predict what the following seasons strains will be when they work on the vaccine have hit it pretty good. Because what we're seeing so far is to variants of these wine flu h one n one and h three and two and those are the ones that are included in. Most of the vaccines is here. So it looks like the vaccine should be effective. And you do still have time to get it. Yeah. I know it seems like every time I have a touch with any healthcare professional. It's always I cave. You had the flu shot. Do you want the flu shot for me? It's always wash my hands a little bit more than normal, and it seems to work out. Okay. But when Bill when you talk about the CDC is there, any new guidance at all, or is it still the very young the very old, and you know, just if you feel ill, stay home. So you don't spread it around. Yeah. That's it. And you mentioned it the washing the hands has big. But their big thing is yet get the vaccination because most of the people who have serious complications are the young and the old, and it should be mentioned that there are versions of the vaccine now Joel that are specifically designed for those sixty five and above. It's a little bit of a higher dose. So ask about that. If you go to your doctor also people might say, hey, I can't get the vaccine I'm allergic to eggs because it is an egg-based vaccine while there is now an egg free version. So those people can get. And there's a nasal spray that if you're somehow averse to getting an injection others. A nasal spray version, and suppose you do end up coming down with the flu after all this. Well, there's a new drug out there recently approved by the FDA, it's called Florida. So, but it may be tough to get as we get into the to the height of flu season here. But keep that in mind and make sure you pronounce that. Right. You don't wanna get Zo floozy you want Zo flus up. Yeah. That's a whole different thing. Whole different thing. Bill. Great. And you say it's starting to pop in the northeast is there any sense of how these things travel or since you know, we're kind of settled down after everybody going here and there for the holidays that maybe it'll kind of concentrate and then then go away. Well, I, you know, usually, we don't hit the peak until February because what happens is. Yeah. A lot of people traveling around the holidays may have spread it then they're back home. Now, a lot of people staying indoors because of the weather. That's how it spreads. I would look forward to to spread rapidly throughout the state. I got you will keep people up to date Bill. Thanks for the effort. Got traffic and weather for you here in just one quick minute for so let's get into the newsroom, Scott Jennings. Joins us live with an update. Well, Joel Ohio governor elect Mike dewine says his Lieutenant governor John Huston lead a new state agency in his capacity leading innovators, Ohio, John will work across state government with each cabinet agency working with each cabinet agency to create an innovative and more efficient state government. You stay will also be in charge of.
"sonate" Discussed on WTVN
"Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. So we're getting a little more word from the CDC. How we shaping up this flu season so far? Well, we're we're really ramping up now. Unfortunately, flu season, always assign. We are entering the depths of winter. And that's what's going on now. But the good news is it doesn't look like it's going to be as bad as last year when we just had a an horrific flu season with almost eighty thousand people dying nationwide because blue and its complications. And almost a million people hospitalized as well. Little bit later start to the flu season. But the last couple of weeks. Joliet has really ramped up with a number of flu cases nationwide. Almost doubling so right now across the country wide spread flu activity reported in twenty four states, and there have been thirteen pediatric deaths. Many of those not back Sonate. But in Ohio right now, we're seeing some regional activity northeast Ohio is the hardest hit thus far. But again, it is really being beginning to pick up steam now, and there is still time to get that vaccination. If you want to I in one of the good news items here is that it appears that the scientists who try to predict what the following seasons strains will be when they work on the vaccine have hit it pretty good. Because what we're seeing so far is to variants of these wind flu h one n one and h three and two and those are the ones that are included in most of the vaccines here. So it looks like the vaccine should be effective. And you do still have time to get I know of. It seems like every time I have a touch with any healthcare professional. It's always cave you had to flu shot. Do you want the flu shot for me? It's always wash my hands a little bit more than normal, and it seems to work out. Okay. But when Bill when you talk about the CDC is there, any new guidance at all, or is it still the very young the very old, and you know, just if you feel ill, stay home. So you don't spread it around. Yeah. That's it. And you mentioned it the washing of the hands has big ah. But their big thing is you get the vaccination because most of the people who have serious complications are the young and the old, and it should be mentioned that there are versions of the vaccine now Joel that are specifically designed for those sixty five and above. It's a little bit of a higher dose. So ask about that. If you go to your doctor also people might say, hey, I can't get the vaccine I'm allergic to eggs because it is an egg-based vaccine while there is now an egg free version. So those people can get it, and there's a nasal spray that if you're somehow averse to getting an injection others. The nasal spray version. And suppose you do end up coming down with the flu after all this. Well, there's a new drug out there recently approved by the FDA it's called. So so it, but it may be tough to get as we get into the to the height of flu season here. But keep that in mind. Yeah. And make sure you pronounce that. Right. You don't wanna get Zo floozy? You want? Yeah. That's a whole different whole different thing. Bill, and you say it's starting to pop in the northeast is there any sense of how these things travel or since you know, we're kind of settled down after everybody going here and there for the holidays that maybe it'll kind of concentrate in then go away. Well, I, you know, usually, we don't hit the peak until February because what happens is. Yeah. A lot of people traveling around the holidays may have spread it then they're back home. Now, a lot of people staying indoors because of the weather. That's how it spreads. I would look forward to to spread rapidly throughout the state. I got you Bill. Great information. We appreciate the update very much our Bill for covering the flu season northeast and peak usually comes in February to my ear. Those are the take homes. No doubt about it. We're five fifty four going to touch base on your money with the president speaking last night, border security, all those kinds of things. We'll see if there's any ripples through the market Patrice Ecorse. Standby by we'll talk to her come up here at five fifty eight. I know the new year sometime. Brings new kind of ideas of stuff at the house your kids. Get a lot of electronics for Christmas. I know we've got some new stuff at the house, and there's nothing worse than having new fun toys and not being able to power them up. Do yourself a favor. If you've got an extra minute or two when you're going home stuff a battery plus bulbs. Get stocked up because it's not happening right now, it might be and we'll yesterday with all the high wind. I mean, we are out of power at the house for about forty five minutes. So it didn't last long, but that's something else to keep in mind. With the weather volatile..
Massachusetts already seeing widespread flu activity
"This is the only state where the flu is widespread. WBZ's Sheri, small has that story. Well, flu activity was down. Just a bit last week in the bay state. Overall, Massachusetts is still the only state in the nation. So far this season where the virus is considered widespread? There are about fifty more confirmed. Flu cases so far this year compared to the same time last year CBC vice president of pharmacy affairs, hypoxia Thanh. Cut says keeping your hands clean is a big part of avoiding taking people. That we share with others. Areas for a long time. Still your best defense is getting back Sonate, and you can get the flu shot at your doctor's office, most pharmacies and back seen clinics around the state. For more information, go to vaccine