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Washington DC - Maternity care deserts found to be serious issue

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Washington DC - Maternity care deserts found to be serious issue

"Women whether there's a hospital nearby, where they can get help with the pregnancy, and the answer would be no for women in 54% of the nation's countries. So how are we doing? Make that the nation's counties So how are we doing around here In Virginia? About 47% of all the counties are considered either a maternity care desert with no access to care or have very limited access. March of Dimes President Stacey Stewart, Maryland does slightly better about 4% of the counties. There's one county in the state that's considered a maternity care desert that Somerset County and in D C, counted as a county has no maternity care Desert. But Stuart says services locking in Ward seven and a. This is an issue that every A single state in the country is having to face Christy came w T O P news

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:26 min | 11 months ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Seem delays Going South bound approaching Hillsboro Avenue. Otherwise, we do have reports of a crash on us 301 rate at Big Ben. Rude. I'm Daniella Dorsey NewsRadio W F L. A Showers along the coast this morning that a 60% chance of downpours and tropical rains highs today at 88. It's 77 degrees and NewsRadio W F L A Hurricane Sally is weakened from a Category two to a Category one storm with top sustained winds of 85 MPH. But that is no consolation to people living along the Gulf coast from Louisiana to western Florida. As thie slow moving storm could linger for days. Dumping heavy rains in the region. Forecaster Stacey Stewart is with the National Hurricane Center long periods of onshore flow that will generate significant high tides and storm surge. It's kind of last well into, uh late Wednesday. So this is going to be AH Long duration event. People in the cone of uncertainty are getting ready in Orleans is preparing from a direct hit men if she lives up to her forecast with 11. FT Storm surge, It'll be the first realty test of the post Hurricane Katrina. Levee system, already part of the city are under mandatory evacuation, and it's not just New Orleans salad. Unpredictable path with hundreds of miles of coastline in danger. State of emergency and evacuations have been declared from Alabama to Louisiana. Sally is also slowing down mean the hardest hit areas may get rain. It is measured in feet for a city like New Orleans that it's 50% below sea level. There's only so much sandbag levees condition They'll inveterate reporting Stay informed during hurricane season with W F l A news dot coms Operation Storm Watch brought to you by Morgan Exteriors. Wildfires in the West have killed nearly three dozen people. But there's hope increasing humidity will help firefighters stop the flames. Almost 90 large fires are burning across Penn Western states, scorching nearly five million acres, according the national Fire Statistic. That's an area roughly equivalent to Connecticut and Rhode Island combined. With red flag warnings once again in the forecast by your crusade, resources and energy are running low. The other battle crews and residents safe is the smoke. It produced a creepy orange haze and completely blanketed city skylines like in Seattle and Portland, which currently have the worst air quality.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:47 min | 11 months ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Drive safely. The rest of I four is in good shape between plant city and I 75 75 looks great between Manatee and I for Selman Expressway. Also up to speed. Paul Cross News radio W F L A Showers along the coast this morning that a 60% chance of downpours and tropical rains highs today at 88. It's 77 degrees had news radio fella. Hurricane Sally is making its way very slowly towards the Louisiana coast. He was downgraded overnight from a Category two storm to a Category one with top winds of 85 MPH. Forecaster Stacey Stewart at the National Hurricane Center says the dangers the huge amount of rain expected right now we're looking at, uh, rainfall totals generally, uh, somewhere 8 to 16 inches, which is quite a bit with isolated amounts around. You know, 24 inches. Currently there are four named storms in the Atlantic area. Sally, Vicky, Teddy and Paulette and there are three more tropical disturbances. Governor. Two status declared a state of emergency in Escambia and Satya Rosa County's because of Hurricane Sally, which could bring heavy rains to the western Panhandle. And it moved a little bit to the East. It could bring more tropical storm force winds to the state. Speaking at the Capitol, DeSanto said, there's the potential for the storm to stall out near Florida. You do have the potential to see a huge amount of rain dropped over the next day day and a half. So please heed the warnings and do what you can to protect yourself. One of the five named storms currently being tracked Sallee the on ly system, posing A threat to Florida at this time. On Capitol Hill. Still a lot of problems trying to get a new stimulus bill passed, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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Hurricane Laura headed for category 4 'life-threatening' storm, says NWS

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Laura headed for category 4 'life-threatening' storm, says NWS

"Say Hurricane Laura is rapidly intensifying and will become a catastrophic category for hurricane Before landfall. Now that storm churning toward Texas and Louisiana gathering wind and water that Sora lt's over much of the Gulf of Mexico, ABC senior meteorologist Rob Marciano is in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Push of water that we're going to see with this. We're talking about life threatening flooding. So a lot of these parishes have seen mandatory evacuations because of that, and this is going to be Flooding downtown Lake Charles and then on top of that we're flooding rainfall into little rock and all the way through the mid Mississippi River Valley. So a huge chunk of the U. S being impacted by the storm as it moves inland. I'd have devastating impacts. National Hurricane Center senior specialist Stacey Stewart says. Some

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Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico

Houston's Morning News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Tropical Storms Headed to the Gulf of Mexico

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

"This is AP News now hurricane excesses on path that would take it near or over the Bahamas before nearing South Florida tomorrow or Sunday. National Hurricane Center Stacey Stewart says the center of the store will remain off the Florida coast right now we're not forecasting. A direct hit. By the hurricane on Florida and landfall in United States may not happen until it gets up to the North Carolina area, perhaps on Monday or Tuesday. Heavy rain is expected in South and east central Florida starting late tonight. And by the end of the weekend in the Carolinas. Major league Baseball turns to yet another minor league featured the seven inning double header, Baseball and the Players union agreeing both games of doubleheaders this season on Lee will be seven innings rather than the regular nine. The change, which is common in the minor leagues. Comes as a major league teams face a flurry of doubleheaders during this virus shortened season. I'm to McGuire AP News AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, forecasters have posted hurricane warnings for much of Florida's East coast as hurricane Esa Ia's drenches the Bahamas on a track toward the U. S. Governor run to Santis National Hurricane Center tacked it a little bit closer to the Florida coast. I think it's pretty clear we will get at a minimum. Tropical storm force when impacts likely Hurricane Force wind impact Miami Dade officials are closing beaches tonight an opening storm shelters as a precaution. North Carolina's evacuating Ocracoke Island essay is knocked out power to thousands and caused flooding in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. At least one death is reported. President Trump's in Florida tonight for a campaign swing meeting with the Sheriff's Association. As long as I'm president, I will never to fund your police that I promise you..

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

"Compromise the account of some of Twitter's most high profile users. Investigators say they tried to scam $100,000 in Bitcoins. This is AP News now hurricane excesses on path that would take it near or over the Bahamas before nearing South Florida tomorrow or Sunday. National Hurricane Center Stacey Stewart says the center of the store will remain off the Florida coast right now we're not forecasting. A direct hit. By the hurricane on Florida and landfall in United States may not happen until it gets up to the North Carolina area, perhaps on Monday or Tuesday. Heavy rain is expected in South and east central Florida starting late tonight. And by the end of the weekend in the Carolinas. Major league Baseball turns to yet another minor league featured the seven inning double header. Baseball in the Players union agreeing both games of doubleheaders this season on Lee will be seven innings rather than the regular nine. The change, which is common in the minor leagues, comes as a major league teams face a flurry of doubleheaders during this Virus shortened season. I'm to McGuire AP News AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, forecasters have posted hurricane warnings for much of Florida's East coast as hurricane Esa Ia's drenches the Bahamas on a track toward the U. S. Governor run to Santis National Hurricane Center tacked it a little bit closer to the Florida coast. I think it's pretty clear we will get at a minimum. Tropical storm force when impacts likely Hurricane Force wind impact Miami Dade officials are closing beaches tonight an opening storm shelters as a precaution. North Carolina's evacuating Ocracoke Island essay is knocked out power to thousands and caused flooding in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. At least one death is reported. President Trump's in Florida tonight for a campaign swing meeting with the Sheriff's Association. As long as I'm president, I will never to fund your police that I promise you..

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

"Favor and more than $1 trillion measure that's still tied up in the Senate. The Dow is dropped 210 points while the NASDAQ is up 60. This is AP News Now Hurricane SIS is on a path that would take it near or over the Bahamas before nearing South Florida tomorrow or Sunday. National Hurricane Center Stacey Stewart says the center of the storm will remain off the Florida coast right now we're not forecasting. A direct hit. By the hurricane on Florida and landfall in United States and may not happen until it gets up to the North Carolina area, perhaps on Monday or Tuesday. The storm has top sustained winds of 80 miles per hour and some strengthening is expected. Heavy rain from the storm is expected in south and east central Florida starting late tonight. Hundreds of thousands of people in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic are without power after the storm hit yesterday on amphibious tank carrying 15 Marines and a sailor began taking on water yesterday evening while traveling from a small island to a ship off the southern California coast. One Marine is dead. Eight others are missing. I'm to McGuire AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Try the AP Mobile APP get breaking US International news from the world's most trusted news source, plus stories from more than 800 local media companies choose to see the content that interests you most. Whether sports scores Entertainment highlights global Lose or the latest from your hometown AP Mobile is available in English and Spanish and can be found on Iowa and Android. AP News to McGuire House Select subcommittee on the Corona virus Pandemic hears from Dr Anthony Fauci and other government health officials committee chairman South.

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Hurricane Isaias, Lashing the Bahamas, Forms in the Atlantic

Mike Gallagher

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Isaias, Lashing the Bahamas, Forms in the Atlantic

"The second hurricane of this Atlantic hurricane season is Isis slashing the Bahamas now with high winds and torrential rains on its way to rendezvous with these coast of Florida? Perhaps just to the east of the southeast Florida coast. During the day on Saturday, Saturday night. As a hurricane, and by Sunday morning on Sunday afternoon. He just East to stop short of the treasure coast of Florida. Stacey Stewart at the National Hurricane Center says a direct hit on Florida. Not likely, but it could make landfall somewhere up in the Carolinas. Stay tuned. President

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Hurricane Isaias Forms in the Atlantic

Mike Gallagher

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Isaias Forms in the Atlantic

"Set on the Southeast US Coast Hurricane niece Isis, currently closing in on the Bahamas, packing top sustained winds of 80 miles per hour. The storm is expected to strengthen as it moves closer to the U. S. And Florida could feel its impact as early as tomorrow, according to Stacey Stewart at the National Hurricane Center right now, we're not forecasting. A direct hit. By the hurricane on Florida and landfall in United States may not happen until it gets up to the North Carolina area, perhaps on Monday or Tuesday. Tropical Storm watches posted for Florida's East coast the store in the second hurricane of this Atlantic hurricane season.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

"To bring heavy rain, rough waters and strong winds. Hurricane specialist Stacey Stewart We could see heavy rainfall continue. For several days into next week, so this isn't just going to be a weekend type event. The effects of Hanna will be felt well into next week, the city of Portland, Oregon's lost its bid in federal court to restrict federal agents. Arrest activities in the city stocks ended the trading week lower. This is AP News Sales of new homes soared last month. It's the second straight increase after two months when sales plunged as the country went into lock down due to the Corona virus. Sales of new homes in May were up close to 19.5%. The medium price of a new home sold last month increased just over $329,000. That's up about 5.5% from a year ago. Economists believe low interest rates and changes in the kind of homes that people want due to the pandemic. Most likely will keep sales going this year. Shelly Adler Washington A government lawyer, says new applications for the DACA program are being put into a pending bucket. While officials decide whether to end the programme for young immigrants, it's in sports the Mets beat. The Braves will end to nothing. I Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Try the AP Mobile APP get breaking US International news from the world's most trusted news source,.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

"To bring heavy rain, rough waters and strong winds. Hurricane specialist Stacey Stewart We could see heavy rainfall continue. For several days into next week, so this isn't just going to be a weekend type event. The effects of Hanna will be felt well into next week, the city of Portland, Oregon's lost its bid in federal court to restrict federal agents. Arrest activities in the city stocks ended the trading week lower. This is AP News Sales of new homes soared last month. It's the second straight increase after two months when sales plunged as the country went into lock down due to the Corona virus. Sales of new homes in May were up close to 19.5%. The medium price of a new home sold last month increased just over $329,000. That's up about 5.5% from a year ago. Economists believe low interest rates and changes in the kind of homes that people want due to the pandemic. Most likely will keep sales going this year. Shelling Atler Washington A government lawyer says new applications for the DACA program are being put into a pending bucket. While officials decide whether to end the programme for young immigrants, it's in sports the Mets beat. The Braves will lead to nothing. I Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Try the AP Mobile APP get breaking US International news from the world's most trusted news source,.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

"The winds can be anywhere between tropical storm strength. Two category one Strength, which is 39 miles an hour, Tio 95 miles an hour. Happy news for this. Friday, July 24 2020. I Jackie Quinn. Corona. Virus cases are sharply rising in Mississippi and Missouri, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University, which also finds a downward trend beginning for Arizona and Florida. Infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci tells the Washington Post. Some states need to pull back activities until there are two weeks of declining cases starting off from a base line. That's low enough. That when we get these blips of cases will be able to more easily contained them rather than have these surges of cases would tend to get out of control. The U. S. Has had 4.1 million infections in more than 145,000 virus deaths. The Trump Administration's defending its push to reopen the nation's schools, even though the president decided it wasn't safe to Holden in person Republican National Convention Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany schools are a different situation when you have Children who are as the CDC guidelines clearly note are not affected in the same way as adults, we can make certain arrangements like Social distancing. On a 54 decision, the US Supreme Court's denied a request from a Nevada church to strike down the state's limit of 50 people at worship services. It's part of the state's response to the Corona virus. Washington D. C's mayor's announcing a two week quarantine coming into the nation's capital from hot spot locations. South Texas is bracing for a tropical storm Hanna expected to bring heavy rain, rough waters and strong winds. Hurricane specialist Stacey Stewart We could see heavy rainfall continue. For several days into next week,.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

"To bring heavy rain, rough waters and strong winds. Hurricane specialist Stacey Stewart We could see heavy rainfall continue. For several days into next week, so this isn't just going to be a weekend type event. The effects of Hanna will be felt well into next week, the city of Portland, Oregon's lost its bid in federal court to restrict federal agents. Arrest activities in the city stocks ended the trading week lower. This is AP News Sales of new homes soared last month. It's the second straight increase after two months when sales plunged as the country went into lock down due to the Corona virus. Sales of new homes in May were up close to 19.5%. The medium price of a new home sold last month increased just over $329,000. That's up about 5.5% from a year ago. Economists believe low interest rates and changes in the kind of homes that people want due to the pandemic. Most likely will keep sales going this year. Shelling ANTLER Washington A government lawyer says new applications for the DACA program are being put into a pending bucket. While officials decide whether to end the programme for young immigrants, it's in sports the Mets beat the Braves will end to nothing. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Try the AP Mobile APP get breaking US International news from the world's most trusted news source,.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on AP News

"To bring heavy rain, rough waters and strong winds. Hurricane specialist Stacey Stewart We could see heavy rainfall continue. For several days into next week, so this isn't just going to be a weekend type event. The effects of Hanna will be felt well into next week, the city of Portland, Oregon's lost its bid in federal court to restrict federal agents. Arrest activities in the city stocks ended the trading week lower. This is AP News Sales of new homes soared last month. It's the second straight increase after two months when sales plunged as the country went into lock down due to the Corona virus. Sales of new homes in May were up close to 19.5%. The medium price of a new home sold last month increased just over $329,000. That's up about 5.5% from a year ago. Economists believe low interest rates and changes in the kind of homes that people want due to the pandemic. Most likely will keep sales going this year. Shelly Adler Washington A government lawyer, says new applications for the DACA program are being put into a pending bucket. While officials decide whether to end the programme for young immigrants, it's in sports the Mets beat the Braves will end to nothing. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network for News on the go Try the AP Mobile APP get breaking US International news from the world's most trusted news source,.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Corona virus pandemic now believe those jobs are lost forever. That's a sharp turn around from April when almost eight in 10 thought their unemployment. Would be temporary correspondent. Great Clucksten. Forecasters tracking a tropical storm Hanna expected to strengthen as it moves toward the Texas coast liners. Lot of warm water out there on the upper level environment looks very favorable so we could see further strengthening here. With this system, but it isn't so much the wind threat that we need to be concerned about with Hannah's going to be the rainfall after the storm of the hurricane specialist Stacey Stewart with the National Hurricane Center Closing bell on Wall Street. The Dow was down 182 points more of these stories, a townhome dot com We thank the pain relief. It's natural pain relief that works on pain relief that attacks the source ofthe the pain. That's experience with tens of thousands of Americans were taking really factor right now see their incredible video endorsements. That really fact not coming in order your three week quick starter pack for just 1995. That's less than a dollar a day. Find out if you can work for you like it works for me by ordering your three week wigs on impact today really factor dot com. Relief factor dot com Be the next success story. This is the story they don't want you to see. Told by people they don't want you to hear at a time when so many desperately need to hear it. This is the story. Of Uncle's. Most people are completely oblivious to the history of a democratic. Sorry, Larry Older, Candice.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And rescue twenty one individuals that we transported were all listed in good condition. No principle injuries sustained by any of those twenty one. The incident remains under investigation. I'm Bill Michaels. You won't be able to take metro south of Reagan national airport this weekend. All those stations are closed metro does prep work for a platform improvement project. That will have the stations closed again from may twenty fifth through September eighth. Metro bus. This weekend is running now online. Shuttles. And dash Alexandra is about service is running blue line. Shuttles Alexandra city department of transportation spokesperson Sarah Godfrey, says dash metro bus will also have added capacity this weekend. And during the closures this summer metro could be getting more money from the feds all nine house members from our region filed a Bill to double the federal grant to metro it does come with some strings attached. The Washington Post reports metro would have to strengthen its office of the inspector general and meet certain goals tied to performance to get the money as similar Bill last year didn't get anywhere in the Republican controlled congress, Washington's congressional delegation. It's hoping it will game St. game gain steam now the Democrats have the majority in the house officials at the Pentagon or tried to figure out how best to respond to the crisis in Venezuela. After Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan says he and other senior members President Trump's national security team met with the commander of. U S southern command to review and refine military planning and options for responding to the crisis a chemical plant in Illinois explodes overnight, injuring four people and causing at least one million dollars in damage. A number of employees are still missing everybody affected by this wasn't employee. That was working in the building at the pack. The four subjects that were transported. The two that were seen at the but required, no medical treatment and the three unaccounted for where the nine employees that were in the building. That's officials aren't sure what caused the explosion the March of dimes. Biggest event is happening this morning. The March for babies CEO. Stacey Stewart tells WMA WML's Larry O'Connor show, the goals to raise awareness and also raise money for all the great work. We're doing in research, and advocacy and programs that will help improve how how comes and deal with the issues of premature birth and infant mortality and maternal mortality as well. The March starts at ten and goes through the district's navy. Yard neighborhood in sports, the NATs fall to the Phillies four to two that series continues tonight at seven five in the NBA playoffs. The bucks beat the Celtics one twenty three to one sixteen and the Trail Blazers beat the nuggets one forty to one thirty seven tonight. The warriors play the rockets next, traffic and weather on WMA L. Severe weather long line of thunderstorms slash three could beginning to five.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Congress right now would actually review of these cases. The maternal mortality understand. Why women die are dying as a result of Talbot? And more importantly design intervention can save more lives. And that's the most important thing on what we're trying to do with the the campaign today blanket change, my why is it happening at such a high rate, well there there could be a number of reasons. First of all there are many more women that are getting pregnant later, and by which means that many of us women could be experiencing more chronic health challenges. But even if they are we need to make sure that women before they're pregnant have access to adequate health insurance health care. We said ten million women in this country who attacked basic health insurance. It makes it much more difficult for them to address their healthy before they're pregnant. We know the healthier that women are pregnant the more likely they are to have a healthy pregnancy and childbirth. So the issue the continue on the healthcare for women before the pregnant during pregnancy and afterwards is really important because Stacey Stewart president of the March of dimes. They got a new advocacy campaign called hashtag blanket change. I think a lot of the problems too. I'm not saying all of them, but stem from like hospitals failing to do a lot of the basics correctly. When it comes to women who come in to have babies. I mean how much of an issue. Do you see that as well? There's two things one is an access issue. Are there even hospitals available are there even doctors dateable close to where women live the second one that you that you rightfully raised which is there have been reports that maybe at the sixty percents of these cases of maternal mortality are avoidable that even when they do short at hospitals or their healthcare providers. I'm happy to have their needs met and they need healthcare. They that that is going to address their needs. When they when they are experiencing those challenges, and with this means that we have to do a better job by women. We have to make sure that hospitals are trained and prepared to deal. With crisis situations that women may be experiencing. Stacey Stewart precedents of the March of dimes thirty minutes after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Adopt US kids presents multiple choice parenting. You accidentally cut your daughter's bangs on evenly. Do you wind things up a centimeter from her hairline, man?.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Their member of congress or the Republican or democrat running against them. Demand FM to Stanford blanket change, the moms and babies, we need to make sure that they're. There's education pending in congress right now. Actually review these cases and maternal mortality understand. Why women die are dying as the Talbot? And more importantly design intervention can save more lives naturally the most important thing. But what we're trying to do with the the campaign today blanket change, my why is it happening at such a high rate? Well, there could be a number of reasons. First of all there are many more women that are getting pregnant later, and by which means that many of us women could be experiencing more chronic health challenges. But even if they are we need to make sure that women before they're pregnant have access to adequate health insurance health care. We said ten million in this country who walk basic health insurance. And therefore, it makes it much more difficult for them to address their healthy before they're pregnant. We know the healthier the women are pregnant the more likely the habit how the pregnancy and childbirth. So the issue of the healthcare for women before they're pregnant during pregnancy. And afterwards is really important because Stacey Stewart president of the March of dimes. They got a new advocacy campaign called hashtag blanket change. I think a lot of the problems too. I'm not saying all of them, but stem from like hospitals failing to do a lot of the basics correctly. When it comes to women who come in to have babies. I mean how much of an issue. What do you see that as well? There's two things one is an access issue. Are there even hospitals available are there even doctors dateable close to where women live the second one that you rightfully raise? Which is there have been reports that maybe up to sixty percent of these cases of maternal mortality are avoidable that even when they do show up at hospitals or other health care providers. I'm happy to have their needs met and they need healthcare. They that that is gonna address their needs. When they when they are experiencing the challenges and with that we have to do a better job. I women we have to make sure that hospitals are trained and prepared to deal. With crisis situations that women may be experiencing. Stacey Stewart presidents of the March of dimes thirty minutes after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Hey, it's MAC Watson for.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"More importantly, divine intervention can save more lives. And that's really the most important thing with what we're trying to do with the the campaign today blanket change, my why is it happening at such a high rate there could be a number of reasons. First of all there are many more women that are getting pregnant later in life, which means that many women could be experiencing more chronic health challenges. But even if they are we need to make sure that women before they're pregnant have access to adequate health insurance health care. We said ten million women in this country who walk basic health insurance. And therefore, it makes it much more difficult for them to address their healthy before they're pregnant. We know the healthier that women. Pregnant the more likely they are the habit, healthy pregnancy and childbirth. So the issue of continue on health care for women before they're pregnant during pregnancy. Then afterwards is really important because Stacey Stewart president of the March of dimes. They got a new advocacy campaign called hashtag blanket change. I think a lot of the problems too. I'm not saying all of them, but stem from like hospitals failing to do a lot of the basics correctly. When it comes to women who come in to have babies. I mean how much of an issue. Do you see that as there's two things? One is an access issue. Are there? Hospitals available are there even doctors bailable close to where women live, but the second issue that you rightfully raised which is there have been reports that maybe at the sixty percents of these cases of maternal mortality are avoidable that even when they do show up at hospitals or their healthcare providers. I'm happy to have their needs.

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Show. Have the latest on hurricane Michael? And we have the latest advisory come out a little less than an hour ago. The five o'clock eastern, four o'clock central advisory and regarding hurricane Michael. We have a lot of listeners in the panhandle. My show is heard in Panama City, I ninety four point five FM. I'm also heard in mobile and Pensacola as well, so and I've been through this drill a lot joining us right now from the National Hurricane Center in Florida is Stacey Stewart a senior hurricane specialist Stacy thanks for coming on the Schnitt show want to get the latest with that five o'clock advisory. The five PM eastern time advisory. Hurricane Mark was located very near the western tip of Cuba, continued to move northward. It's now probably located about twenty miles or so north of the western tip Cuban still moving northward speed somewhere around eight to ten miles an hour. We expect to continue tonight into tomorrow morning, and then a gradual turn to the north northwest is expected tomorrow afternoon, and in a couple of days we're expecting Michael to make landfall somewhere in the Florida panhandle near major hurricane strength now. Stacy I've been watching this, obviously. And I'm trying to implore my listeners, especially along the Gulf Coast. To the east of Panama City to the big band and to the west the Panama City over towards Pensacola to prepare and prepare quickly the difference here is and I try to illustrate this for the audience. Typically, you know, we're watching these hurricanes is they they roll off a Cape Verde, and they they they trudge across the Atlantic and into the southern Caribbean. And they just take a long time. We're able to watch and you watch the cones shrink and grow. And and all the forecast in this case, the difference here with Michael is this has formed in the Gulf of Mexico, essentially, and the preparation time is so much more compressed because we're dealing with an event that's really just two days away. That's correct Todd the systems only been alive technically for about two days, and it's gonna make landfall in roughly another two days. So this is going to be easily less than a week. Event, and we want folks in the Florida panhandle everywhere in the Florida panhandle not.

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National Hurricane Center, Florence and US discussed on Dave Plier

Dave Plier

01:07 min | 3 years ago

National Hurricane Center, Florence and US discussed on Dave Plier

"A one our top story. You've heard about the tropical storm Helene located west of Hellene tropical storm Isaac has formed in the eastern Atlantic. And is now the ninth named storm of the twenty eighteen Atlantic hurricane season. According to the National Hurricane Center Isaac will continue moving west over the weekend and could become a hurricane by Monday. And then there's Florence tropical storm Gordon never quite got up to hurricane strength. When it finally came on shore on the Gulf Coast earlier this week, but its remnants are lingering producing flood threats through a wide swath of the US. Patrick Burke of the national weather service continual, kind of moderate to heavy rain from Missouri on over all the way to Pennsylvania New York through the weekend and tropical storm Florence is traveling up from Bermuda towards the US. Yes. And it could turn into a hurricane. There's no way of knowing yet where it may hip Stacey Stewart of the National Hurricane Center says the storm will produce recurrence

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"stacey stewart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"stacey stewart" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami are watching the tropics very closely, according to senior hurricane specialist. Stacey Stewart right now. Hurricane specialists are tracking three systems brewing in the Atlantic. He says tropical storm Florence is gaining more and more straight curly tropical storm but were expecting to come a hurricane by Sunday and more than likely become a major hurricane by the early part of next week. Tropical storm has formed in the eastern Atlantic off the western coast of Africa, the National Hurricane Center in Miami said that tropical storm Halloween was located about four hundred miles east of the seller. Most cab over islands. Forecasters are expecting this storm to bring tropical storm conditions in many parts of the cop of islands tonight. And tomorrow, if it also say heavy rainfall on the island could potentially produce life-threatening flash floods about one hundred and twenty-five volunteers built a playground in mount a pan and only six hours. Hours. WBZ's? Karyn regal took a look at their efforts. From a lot to a playground six hours with the help of lots of volunteers. And of course, the mayor to open the Galvin community center and playground. What's your favorite piece of playground equipment? That's a good question. I don't know when I was a kid when I was a kid price slide dot kassy's Allen. When I was a kid. He said these animals they still haven't used to climb the those us. All right. So you've moved from the slide to the little rocky animal draft on their camel and something else was a little kid. He can climb in that one a little aldean on the side. Now, it's a little kids. Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty most people in the Boston area. Get their traffic.

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Venezuelan President Maduro tells of assassination threat

Anchor Media

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Venezuelan President Maduro tells of assassination threat

"Ignition so that's creating huge issues for us, because we get one hundred numbers Atlanta in particular area. They all sort of fire in particular location and it runs out us And and sometimes runs out of, locations President Trump held an hour-long make America great again rally outside Columbus Ohio. Last night he was stumping for Troy baldur's sin the Republican and. A closely watched special US house election he stayed away from commenting on LeBron James in his home state the president insulted the NBA stars intelligence. On Twitter Friday night he d did touch on the, escalating trade war with China China not doing. So well it's only gotten worse I, guarantee you if there's any meddling or if, there's any problems I guarantee you it's going to happen really big now because we are taking our wealth back, it looks like Hawaii may. Avoid a direct hit from hurricane Hector Stacey Stewart is a specialist with the, National, Hurricane Center, Hector weakened slightly overnight from category four to a strong. Category three hurricane but it's still quite formidable with maximum sustained winds of around one hundred twenty. Five miles per hour the president of Venezuela, nNcholas Maduro claims he was The target of an assassination attempt yesterday but, the former, US ambassador to Venezuela auto Reich isn't buying it but it's not unusual among right wing or left. Wing dictatorships and authoritarian, governments, organized a. Self coup Okay won't be called in, Spanish or an incident that will justify crackdown actor.

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