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"staphylococcus" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:46 min | 9 months ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

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

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on Morgellons Discussion

Morgellons Discussion

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on Morgellons Discussion

"This study is called cigarette smoke exposure redirect staphylococcus aureus to a virulent profile associated with persistent infection. And I'm only going to read the abstract of full article is available online open access tobacco smoking represents the leading preventable cause of death worldwide. Smoking is recognized risk factor for several pathologies and is detrimental to host immune surveillance and defense. However, the impact of smoking on microbial residents of the Nasal Fair Gio cavity in contrast with cigarette smoke is lacking staphylococcus. aureus is a major human pathogens that colonize the human nasal ferrings and causes a wide range of infections. Investigated the impact of cigarette smoke on specific variance fina important in staphylococcus aureus pathogenesis. We observed strain dependent differences following exposure to cigarette smoke namely, growth inhibition augmented biofilm formation increased invasion of and persistence within bronchial. epithelial cells. Additionally, we confirm the critical role of a functional accessory gene regulator system in mediating Christ biofilm development and host cell division, and persistence following cigarette smoke exposure. So of course, I'M GONNA post a link to that in description below but. it takes this gram positive bacteria a put the cigarette smoke, and then it turns into a monster. and. So mile phones are no joke and people really should take a little bit. Better look at what's going on in the research when this published about them. I've seen a lot of misinformation about biofilm online people talking about what they think it is where they came from what they think it does and. not much of it is right. You go through that class. And A movie I can actually highly recommend is, why am I still sick the silent role biofilms in chronic infections. And when I saw that film, it helps me get a grasp on how my body could be producing such strains skin symptoms I started to understand the microbial world a little bit better. and. Then my problems started to come a little bit more into focus. What do you guys think send me a message. Let me know on a course leave links in the description below for the studies. Also drop link to my pay pal if you guys can hit me up man, I totally appreciate Joe for it. Well I hope you guys have a great Friday and definitely enjoy your weekend..

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A Brief History of Staphylococcus Aureus

The Anthropocene Reviewed

09:41 min | 1 year ago

A Brief History of Staphylococcus Aureus

"Years ago. I acquired an infection in my left eye socket caused by the bacteria. Staphylococcus Aureus my vision clouded and then. My eye socket swelled shut and I ended up hospitalized for over a week how I experienced the same infection anytime in history before nineteen forty. I would've likely lost. Not just my I but my life then again I wouldn't have ever lived to acquire orbital so you lights because I would have died of the staph infections I had in childhood. Stella Aureus is not a normal part of the human microbiome but many people perhaps around a third are like me. Nonetheless hosts two colonies of it on our skin or in our nasal passages or in our digestive systems. These colonies are usually harmless but while anyone can get sick with staff those of us who live omitted. Every day are more likely to suffer infections. When I was in the hospital the infectious disease. Doctors made me feel very special. One told me you are colonized by some fascinating Lee. Aggressive Staff He told me I wouldn't believe the petri dishes if I saw them and went on to call my continued existence. A real testament to modern medicine. Which I suppose it is for. People like myself colonized by fascinating. The aggressive bacteria there can be no harkening back wistfully to pass Golden Ages. Because in all those pasts I would be dead in. Nineteen forty one. Boston city hospital reported in eighty two percent fatality rate. For staph infections. I remember as a child hearing phrases like only the strong survive and survival of the fittest and feeling terrified by them. Because I knew I was not fit or strong. I didn't yet know that when humanity protects the frail among us and works to ensure their survival the human project as a whole get stronger failing to understand that has held our species back for Millennia and in fact still does because staff often infects open wounds. It has been especially deadly during war near the beginning of world. War One. The English poet Rupert Brooke Famously wrote if I should die. Think only this of me that there's some corner of a foreign field that is forever. England Brookwood indeed die in the war in the winter of nineteen fifteen but not in some corner of a foreign field but instead on a hospital ship of a bacterial infection by then there were of course. Thousands of doctors treating the war's wounded and ill among them was a seventy one year old. Scottish surgeon Alexander Ogden who decades earlier had discovered and named Staphylococcus Ogden who sported a magnificent moustache throughout his adult. Life was a huge fan of Joseph. Lister WHO's observations about post surgical infection led to the use of carbolic acid and other sterilization techniques these dramatically increased surgical survival rates. In fact after visiting lister and learning from Him Ogden returned to his hospital in Aberdeen and tore down the sign above the operating room that read prepare to meet the God. No would surgery. Be a desperate last ditch effort. It could be safe and clean and survivable. Ogden was so obsessed with listers carbolic acid spray that his students wrote a poem about it. The spray the spray the antiseptic spray. A would shower it morning night and day for every sort of scratch where others would attach a sticking plaster patch. He gave the spray. It's all right but it's no Rupert Brooke. At any rate Ogden had good reason to give the spray. His first wife Mary. Jane had died after childbirth a few years earlier at the age of twenty five. There's no record her cause death but most maternal deaths at the time were caused by postpartum infection often due to staphylococcus aureus and dogs had hundreds of his patients die of post surgical infection so no wonder he was obsessed with antiseptic protocols. Still he wanted to understand not just how to prevent infection but also what precisely was causing it by the late. Eighteen seventies many discoveries were being made by surgeons and researchers about various bacteria and their role in infection but staphylococcus was not identified until Austin lanced a pus filled abscessed leg wound belonging to one James Davidson. Under the microscope. Davidson's abscess was brimming with life. Ogden wrote my delight may be conceived when there were revealed to me beautiful tangles tufts and chains of round organisms in great numbers. Ogden named these tufts and chains staphylococcus from the Greek word for bunches of grapes and they do often look like grape bunches plump and just a little bit oblong and also quite yellowish green. A few years later a German scientist noted that there were in fact several species of staphylococcus and named the one Ogden had found Staphylococcus Aureus or the golden staff but Ogden wasn't content with just seeing the bacteria. Obviously he wrote the first step to be taken was to make sure the organisms found. In Mr Davidson's pus were not there by chance. So he set up a laboratory in the shed behind his house and began trying to grow colonies of staff eventually succeeding by growing them. In the medium of a chicken egg he then injected the bacteria into guinea pigs and wild mice which became violently ill. Ogden also noted that staphylococcus seemed to be quote harmless on the surface despite being quote so deleterious when injected I have also observed this in so far as I am not much bothered by having my skin colonized by Staphylococcus Aureus but find it. Dilatot serious indeed when it starts replicating inside my eye socket. James Davidson by the way went on to live another forty years after his staph infection. Thanks to a thorough deriding and Ogden's liberal use of the spray the spray the antiseptic spray but staphylococcus aureus remained an exceptionally dangerous infection until another Scottish scientist Alexander. Fleming discovered penicillin by accident. Actually one Monday morning in nineteen twenty eight Fleming notice that one of his cultures of Staphylococcus aureus had been contaminated by a fungus penicillin them which seemed to have killed all the STAPH BACTERIA. He remarked allowed. That's funny Fleming. Then used what? He called his mould juice. I wish I were making that up to treat. Couple patients including during his assistance. Sinus infection but mass production of the antibiotic substance secreted by. Penicillin proved very challenging. It wasn't until the late nineteen thirties. That a group of scientists at Oxford began testing their penicillin stocks. I on mice and then in nineteen forty one on a human subject. A policeman named Albert Alexander who'd been cut by shrapnel during a German bombing raid and who was dying of bacterial infections in his case both staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus. The penicillin caused a dramatic improvement in Alexander's condition but the researchers didn't have enough of the drug to save him. The infections returned and Alexander died in April of nineteen forty one. His seven-year-old daughter Sheila ended up in a local orphanage. Scientists began to seek out more productive strains of the mold and eventually found one on a cantaloupe in a Peoria Illinois grocery store that strain eventually became even more productive after being exposed to x rays and ultraviolet radiation. But essentially all penicillin. In the world descends from that mold on that one cantaloupe in Peoria. That's not the astounding thing about the story though the astounding thing is that after scraping off the mold that became the world's supply of penicillin the scientists in question eight the rest of the cantaloupe

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Flaky Scalps Have a Unique Fungal Microbiome

60-Second Science

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Flaky Scalps Have a Unique Fungal Microbiome

"A lot of mythology about what causes dandruff like this. Here's why clean scalp is important. Your hair roots must breathe or there's trouble deep trouble dandruff flakes of dry dandruff. Itself is actually a very very complicated condition. Microbiologist and molecular biologist Barry Murphy of Unilever in the UK says Dandruff is a perfect storm storm of flaky. nece involving your fungal microbiome the health and oiliness of the skin on your scalp. Even whether his team set out to investigate the microbial component they they sequenced DNA. From the heads of people with healthy hair and from others with dry Dandruff e scalps none of whom had used anti dandruff shampoo within the last six months as previous previous studies have found. They spotted ten times. As much of a type of fungus called malice set sail on Dandruff e scalps versus the healthy cohort but they also found that populations of a bacterium called staphylococcus capitals spiked on flaky scalps really really interesting new. We find that there was approximately a hundred times more over this bacteria on a dry or dangerous cow than the was on a healthy scalp. But it's still a mystery Wyatt's there or what it's doing doing. The results are in the Journal. Plus one Murphy's employer Unilever makes its own anti dandruff products so this could be useful information someday but rather other than just zapping scalp for with antifungal compounds. Like most of today's anti Dandruff. Shampoos do Murphy says the goal might be to make a more gentle product. It should be a bit trying to restore equilibrium. It should be a bit microbiome balance. It should be above the very fact that we've lived in harmony with these microbes for millions. And millions of years. Either way it seems the old lore that Dandruff e scalp just needs a thorough cleaning. Might be a little flaky. That's why there's no Dandruff ever in this his family

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London Crawling with Drug-Resistant Microbes

60-Second Science

01:34 min | 2 years ago

London Crawling with Drug-Resistant Microbes

"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. If you're a Germaphobe navigating the city there are certain certain mandatory rules of engagement use a paper towel to shield your hand as you touch the bathroom door handle lift toilet seat covers with your shoe touch buttons at A._T._M.'s and crosswalks awesome walks in elevators with a knuckle. The back of your hand never a fingertip. I know this because I am that person and a new study in the journal scientific reports somewhat justifies is my behavior because when researchers in London sampled all those kinds of surfaces in public shopping centers and train stations and common areas in hospitals what they found was a whole a lot of antibiotic resistant bacteria lurking there scientists swab sites all over London and ended up with six hundred samples of staphylococcus bacteria of those nearly half were resistant to two or more commonly used antibiotics like penicillin and Erythromycin and the hospital samples had significantly more drug doug resistant microbes which makes sense because hospitals are a place where they use a lot of antibiotics but if there is a silver lining here it might be how few staph bacteria were multi-drug-resistant drug-resistant in public places a mere forty seven percent because a few years back one in the same scientists swabbed London hotel rooms in found that eighty six percent percent of the staph bacteria. There were multi-drug-resistant which may not help you sleep easy. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don Yata.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And the very important New York Times, ought to say, well, look, if you don't like it, why you're talking about a wide you posted on michaelsavage dot com. Why didn't drudge link the answer is because it is possibly the most widely respected newspaper in the world number-one, and whether you like it or not, what they write is read by an awful lot of influential and thoughtful people, whether you agree with that, and not as relevant. You can't call them the enemy the people when they publish something don't like let me explain something that's very dangerous thing to say about the New York Times, or any other publication. Do you know why because inevitably there will be a democrat administration in this country? At some point, whatever it may be. Do you want them to say that everyone talk radio is an enemy of the people and have them arrested taken off the air very dangerous to start saying that the press is an enemy of the people that's something had in a despot regime, very dangerous. In the long run in the long picture of the big picture. The big picture, does anyone think, in the big picture anymore, where everyone thinks in the size of postage stamp, only today, only now, only for the tweet only for the tweet nothing for the future. Nothing for the posterity of the nation. Someone just sent me an Email. He says, Michael once again, you're showing courage and calling out what you see regarding politics. And in this case, our present president agree or disagree with your positions. Everyone wanted to make note you have integrity and honor remains a privilege to know. You if even tangentially. Yeah. Right. Truth is very, very hard to find in this country today. I want to read something from the end of the article will do the phones by reading it backwards. I'm gonna read the backwards, the article backwards. I'm starting with the last couple of paragraphs of the New York Times article, though, he is this allusion with the Trump administration, many ways, he still takes pride in his role as an early supporter. He often tells the story about the evening, twenty seventeen when he visited mar-a-lago as guest of Christopher ruddy, the president's friend that chief executive Newsmax when Mr. Trump's so Mr. savage through his arm around him and said, loudly enough, anyone within earshot to hear, I wouldn't be president without this man, Mr. savage insists, and he does not need a crave that kind of access anymore. He believes enough people in his audience with see through it as phony if he did. He said, because they appreciate his independence, even if they don't share a skepticism, the day, they think I've been turned willing to sell myself out for a Pat on the head or not piece of Hanukkah candy said they're going to say he's just like the rest of them he'll do anything for access to the. King. We now go to the middle of the article he does not. He says he does not understand the apathy seeing from the right when it comes to holding the president accountable on immigration. If Hillary will president savage set was audience last month. That'd be riots on the border, nobody would tolerate this on the right. So why are they sitting this out? Why people don't want to criticize President Trump, if they support them and I think you're doing him at the service more importantly, donation, a disservice period and the story now listen, I am not naive when Trump won I want you I cautioned you. I said, if we get fifty percent of what he promises like any politician would be very lucky, then I doubt that to forty percent then thirty percents. Remember and then I said to you, I remember distinctly if we only get ten percent of what Trump promised that will be one hundred ten percent more than we would have gotten from Hillary Clinton and I stand by those words, but that does not mean I'm not looking for twelve percent. Now that we've only got ten can we get a twelve or out of it? Can we move up a little bit on immigration? You want me to start talking about other subjects like the economy? I'll do that as well. Because all may not be as you think it is no, no ceramill worried about that. I'm terrified about the economic indicators. I'm terrified about the GDP is compared to other presidents that you haven't seen yet, but you will one day. Something's wrong with a lot of these pictures, and it's not my job to do the whole job in one day, but you see being ahead of the pack is not always easy. Seeing out of the pack is not always easy. And what happens is they tell you, you're blind, when you see a had does he go wrong. You see that you see the chasm and you turn to the left attorney to the right. And they say you made a wrong turn two dogs running behind you because they can only see your rear end. See, that's the problem with being a lead dog thought the other dogs only see your dairy. They don't see what you see as the lead dog you see things they don't see then you make the turn turning the wrong way. Well, once you make the turn and they look out and they see they almost off a cliff, and you're right. You think they're going to say thank you lead dog. I don't expect it. I'm not a member of any radio cartel. I don't have an agent. I don't have anyone behind me pushing me, I don't have major money behind me. I'm going to get to the New York Times article about me. I'm going to get to it. Believe me, I'm. Going to read it to you many of you don't subscribe, you're not going to download it. I'll read it to you. You'll decide why I think they smeared me I mean that was what I put up. Why did the New York Times smearing so many of you commenting they didn't? And they said they did what you expect the scorpion and the frog. I'll read it to you decide for yourself. But I want to go back to the issue of war, and peace for a moment pieces. The most important thing on earth inner peace, isn't it inner peace that you seek in your own life. Well, we don't have much of it in America. We have more drugs than we have inner peace drugs, are no substitute for in a common the way to get there is not through drugs. But I won't go into a house show today. That's another day. The war with Iran. It's being ginned up by the very same forces that got us into Iraq based on the line, the big lie of weapons of mass destruction. They will move to Syria that lie. Well, they're all weapons of mass destruction. That's why we bombed the hell out of there moved somewhere, say, we go again, the very same forces of Neo cons. Call themselves conservatives now want war with Iran because if someone else's son who will die, not them. No, not them. They have busy, laughing all the way to the Swiss banks. You know, when I wrote a book a number of years ago, and I don't know which one it was this, so many bestsellers New York Times list. There was one particular insight, I would like to cite for you right now. Which is I supported Bush ones war against Saddam Hussein for the obvious reasons he needed to be constraint, but the people surrounding Mr Bush, senior, well, much smarter than the people surrounding Bush junior. They were very smart. They saw the global picture as it was, and they did not kill Saddam Hussein or his sons. They permitted the, the what was called the revolutionary guard to remain. They didn't destroy them because they knew one thing, and I wrote about it. That if we go to war against Iraq as I wrote as Bush to was doing it the big winner would be Iran, because Iraq and Iran had long been enemies Shia Sunni to make it simple for your Shia Sunni Sunni, Shia. It's all the problems in in. I roland. Actually older she assuming like Catholics, and Protestants only older. So Iran and Iraq, have long been enemies and let me remind you of something else. I said to you what you're going to do is create a greater Persia. Well, that's what's happened. We have a great Persian. And now we're paying for what Bush did with his last war, how going to magnified into another war. I wrote about that now talking about today. No, we don't need war with Iran. She said, what would you do Michael with Iran behind Hezbollah ran doing this Iran doing that? I ran all the way home you negotiate with Iran. Yuna Goshi eight with Iran as civilized nations. Do you don't bang the war drums and drop bombs from fifty thousand feet? If we have not learned that, from Vietnam when the hell are we going to learn it? So now, let's get to the issue of the day for me berry personal. I opened up my heart opened up my doors to a New York Times reporter a few weeks ago. I took a chance three the smartest people in the world who are referred to said, don't do it. They have a father, smartest people. I know in the whole world, they also don't you do it. And I'm telling you smart people. Good. People said, don't do it, and I said, I will do it. They said, why would you do it? I said, because I'm actually not what the stereotype of Michael Savage. And when people meet me they understand that. And they don't spare me, then one of them, said to me Michael, it's not the reporter, you gotta worry about it says editor they're gonna smear you. They will dredge up stuff that should never have been set to begin with, that's long in your past, and they'll try to make you look like a big. When you aren't I said, there's nothing I can do about that. Well, they did it. Anyway. They did it anyway. And it's the old game of why did Donald Trump go in the car with Stephanopoulos because he thought that Stephanopoulos? Would cover him as a human being rather than as a stereo type he thought Stephanopoulos, would not try to step on them and spread his staphylococcus onto him. But staphylococcus did what he always does. Staphylococcus is the proverbial animal that the fraud carries across the stream. He is the scorpion. And so what can I say to you? We all get what we want and we don't get what we want. You can't always get what you want the New York Times reporters, not my PR agent. I didn't expect him to sit and worship me and talk about my plant collections and seven museums. I would've won the full man. I am and how I know nutrition. And how I've written poetry and look at the great writings that he has that no one's discovered. And he's one of the greatest geniuses of all time. All of that is true. But I didn't expect a right about that. So by and large, it's a fairly good article, and I'm gonna read it to you, and it's a very important article because it's all about Donald Trump at the end of the day, what is the title of the article in New York Times radio host has doubts about Trump? His audience doesn't want to hear Michael Savage was one of the first radio host to endorse mister Trump. Now he thinks the president's fans are too uncritical but his listeners aren't so sure. It's pretty fair except for some stuff that shouldn't have been in there. But again, I didn't write the article he did. And many of you are true believers, and you don't want to hear any criticism, whatever I can't help you, you seem to think I'm public relations agent for Donald Trump, but you confusing me with the beach, wail and other like-minded individuals. I am not a PR agent. And I think that if you have a family member, who is not performing in the way you would like them to perform what you do is you speak to them in friendly manner, and say, look, here's what I think you ought to be doing tell you don't do that in your own family. Whether it's a father who's not going in the right direction or a son. The son tells the father, the father tells the son, my job is not the center, Pat someone on the back and say, you're the greatest thing since whoever you want to make it. That's all I think he's wrong on the war drums. I think he let the Bolton crowd yet so close to him when he never should have. I think he's one hundred percent wrong on immigration, which is a disaster. I'll be right back..

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on WJR 760

"Aliens cut off the five a one c three status of Catholic charities and others. There are other ways to do it other than deporting millions of people can't happen. Cannot happen impossible can't be done. Why would Mr. Trump do that? Why would he vowed to deport millions of illegal aliens next week when we know a can't be done, and be it won't be done. How is it going to be done? What are you going to do it? Something's wrong with this picture. So now let's to the issue of the day for me, very personal. I opened up my heart opened up my doors to a New York Times reporter or a few weeks ago. I took a chance three the smartest people in the world who are referred to said, don't do it. They have a father, smartest people, I know in the whole world, also don't you do it, and I'm telling you smart people. Good people said, don't do it, and I said, I will do it. They should. Why would you do it? I said, because I'm actually not what the stereotype of Michael Savage when people meet me. They understand that. And they don't spare me then one of them said to me. Michael, it's not the report, you gotta worry about it says editor they're going to smear you. They will dredge up stuff that should never have been set to begin with, that's long in your past. And they'll try to make you look like a big. When you aren't I said, there's nothing I can do about that. Well, they did it. Anyway. They did it anyway. And it's the old game of why did Donald Trump go in the car with Stephanopoulos because he thought that Stephanopoulos would cover him as a human being rather than a stereotype, he thought Stephanopoulos would not try to step on them and spread staphylococcus onto him. But staphylococcus did what he always does. Staphylococcus is the proverbial animal that the fraud carries across the street. He is the scorpion. And so what can I say to you? We all get what we want and we don't get what we want. You can't always get what you want. The New York Times reporter is not my PR agent. I didn't expect him to sit and worship me and talk about my plant collections and seven museums would have wonderful man. I am and how I know nutrition and how I've written poetry and look at the great writings that he has no one's discovered. And he's one of the greatest geniuses of all time, all of that is true. But I didn't expect him to right about that. So by and large, it's fairly good article, and I'm going to read it to you, and it's a very important article because it's all about Donald Trump at the end of the day, what is the title of the article in New York Times, anyone raise your hand out there and radio? And if you have read it either on the drudge report, Lincoln's there, for your reading pleasure, or you can read it directly. But I would suggest you link through the drudge report, conservative radio host has doubts about Trump. His audience doesn't want to hear Michael Savage was one of the first radio host to endorse mister Trump. Now, he thinks the president's fans are too on critical, but his listeners aren't so sure if you wanna comment on the war with Iran, the illegal immigrants and the deportation order, that Donald Trump says he is going to enact or the New York Times article about yours truly I'm gonna be here with you for about another hour and a half. Live hours to live hours today. Eight five.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Following is a presentation of UBS sports on new Bedford's NewsTalk station, fourteen twenty. Because we almost had a war with Russia. Thanks to the psychopath, who previously occupied the White House. The man who thought he was the greatest thing since the cure for polio. I wrote he was getting up war with Russia and the lives and the Okan's salivating note, the terms Neo lives in the cons, and I said, candidate Trump was on my show a month before the election. And he said he'd meet with Putin, if he could even before he was inaugurated. That's how badly Trump wanted to tamp down war talk, the crazy feminist sorority that surrounded Obama was dying for a war with Russia. And of course, the chapter was entitled Trump's war against the war machine. And I wrote one of the reasons I worked so hard to get Trump elected is, I believe he will be a man of peace put everything else aside. I wrote the most important thing in this world is not the economy. It's piece the mastic peace international peace peace between individuals and peace between nations as far more important than gross domestic product low interest rates, hundreds of years ago. Thomas Hobbes said that the first law of nature is to seek peace. That is the essence of conservativism, and I'm not just talking about the absence of military war on the battlefield. I'm talking about peace between individuals and groups within society. It's truly the opposite of progressivism, which seeks nothing but conflict, they promote conflict between people of different racial groups, different sexual orientations, and different income levels. They even promote conflict between men and women. I'm not going to go on from my book, because I'm not interested in selling your book, unless you wanna buy my new book, savage life. But I don't wanna talk about that today. I wanna talk about a number of things troops in the Middle East who wants with Iran to you. Why is it that so many of these non-military types in the radio and television business, who pose as diehard conservatives, who would probably have heart attacks, if they heard it backfire from truck in the streets, are, why are they so excited about a war with Iran, who who's telling them that we need war with Iran? Let me remind you of something about the war with Iran for one minute, and I'm gonna get to the New York Times article about me, I'm gonna get to it. Believe me, I'm going to read it to you many of you don't subscribe, you're not gonna download it. I'll read it to you. You'll decide why I think they smeared me I mean that was what I put up. Why did the New York Times smearing so many of your commenting? They didn't. And they said they did what you expect the scorpion and the frog. I'll read it to you decide for yourself. But I want to go back to the issue of war, and peace for a moment pieces. The most important thing on earth inner peace, isn't it interface that you seek in your own life? Well, we don't have much of it in America. We have more drugs than we have inner peace drugs, are no substitute for in a common the way to get there is not through drugs. But I won't go into a health show today that's for another day. What do I want to talk about today, war and peace? That's what I want to talk about. You want to deport millions of illegal aliens here. Are you kidding me? How could you do that? Why would he even say that it can't be done? It's impossible, the understand that is tactically physically impossible to the port millions of people. It can't be done. It's too late. When they were pouring over the border. I was saying, stop it. Stop it. Stop it. But nothing happened you say, well, he couldn't do anything hands tied. The Democrats did it to him deep state to this one did it to him that one too. The buck stops here as they say, what would someone do if they really wanted to stop those legals pouring in all coming in with new haircuts and hairdos new genes new shoes where they getting the money for what, what's coming from Catholic charities, this family services and hundreds of other organizations, making billions of dollars a year off the federal government. Yeah. You stop it through them. You could've stopped it by cutting off their five at once three status in mmediately, Catholic charities would stop what they're doing to this country and for one minute. Please. Don't confuse Catholic charities with the Catholic church. No, the beautiful religion of Catholicism as practice today. Please leave me alone. Ready with the fifteenth century and the and the rack, I'm not interested in what Catholics did in the medieval ages anymore that I'm interested in what anyone did in the middle ages of what they did in the middle middle of the century today. The Catholic church is a beautiful institution for people practice religion, but Catholic charities is a business entity. That makes a fortune off illegal aliens cutoff off their five three status overnight, Mr. Trump and you cut off, most of the legal alliens. You don't fire shot. But you see, there's no will to do this. That's the whole thing. Republicans want them for the factories, the fields, the farms Democrats want them for the votes. We all know this. We weren't born yesterday. We know why the flood is coming in. And so we the people sit here scratching our heads and saying, wait a minute. Wait a minute. How did this happen? But let's go back to the war, and not immigration for a minute. The war with Iran. It's being ginned up by the very same forces that got us into Iraq based on the lie. The big lie of weapons of mass destruction. Apparently, only Sean Hannity believe they will weapons of mass destruction talked about it for months. If I remember correctly, he had proof that there were weapons of mass destruction. They, they were tucked away somewhere. They were moved to Syria. Remember that lie? Well, they're all weapons of mass destruction. That's why we bomb the hell out of there moved somewhere said the great real estate magnate. So here we go again, the very same forces of Neo cons. Call themselves conservatives now want war with Iran because if someone else's son who will die, not them. Not them. They are busy, laughing all the way to the Swiss banks. You know, when I wrote a book a number of years ago, and I don't know which one it was. There's so many bestsellers New York Times list, there was one particular insight. I would like to cite for you right now. Which is I supported Bush ones war against Saddam Hussein for the obvious reasons he needed to be constrained, but the people surrounding Mr Bush senior, when much smarter than the people surrounding Bush junior, they were very smart. They saw the global picture as it was. And they did not kill Saddam Hussein sons. They permitted the Iran, the what was it called the revolutionary God to remain? They didn't destroy them because they knew one thing, and I wrote about it. That if we go to war against Iraq as I wrote as Bush to was doing it the big winner would be Iran, because Iraq and Iran had long been enemies Shia Sunni to make it simple for you. She assuming SUNY, she it's old as the problems in Ireland. Actually older. She is SUNY Catholics and Protestants only older. So Iran and Iraq, have long been enemies and let me remind you of something else. I said to you, what you're going to do is create a great appraiser. Well, that's what's happened. We have a great purge now paying for what Bush did with his last war. How are we gonna do magnified into another war? I wrote about that now. I'm talking about today. No. We don't need war with Iran. She said, what would you do Michael with Iran behind Hezbollah ran doing this doing that? I ran all the way home. That's a nice song to play right now. I ran all the way home but don't play it. You negotiate with Iran Yuna go. She ate with Iran as civilized nations. Do you don't bang the war drums and drop bombs from fifty thousand feet? If we have not learned that, from Vietnam when the hell are we going to learn it? So let's get back to today. We don't need war with Iran. Yes, we need to stop the flood of illegal. Alliens cut off the five a one c three status of Catholic charities and others. There are other ways to do it other than deporting millions of people can't happen. Cannot happen impossible can't be done. Why would Mr. Trump do that? Why would he vowed to deport millions of illegal aliens next week when we know a can't be done, and be a won't be done? How is it going to be done? What are you gonna do it? Something's wrong with this picture. So now let's to the issue of the day for me, very personal. I opened up my heart opened up my doors to a New York Times. Reporter a few weeks ago, I took a chance three the smartest people in the world who are referred to set. Don't do it. They have a father, smartest people. I know in the whole world, they also don't you do it. And I'm telling you smart people. Good. People said, don't do it, and I said, I will do it. They should. Why would you do it? I said, because I'm actually not what the stereotype of Michael Savage. And when people meet me they understand that. And they don't spare me, then one of them, said to me Michael, it's not the report, you gotta worry about it says editor they're gonna smear you. They will dredge up stuff that should never have been set to begin with, that's long in your past. And they'll try to make you look like a big. When you aren't I said, there's nothing I can do about that. Well, they did it. Anyway. They did it anyway. And it's the old game of why did Donald Trump go in the car with Stephanopoulos because he thought that Stephanopoulos? Would cover him as a human being rather than a stereotype, he thought Stephanopoulos would not try to step on them and spread his staphylococcus onto him. But staphylococcus did what he always does. Staphylococcus is the proverbial animal that the fraud carries across the street. He is the scorpion. And so what can I say to you? We all get what we want and we don't get what we want. You can't always get what you want and the New York Times reporter is not my PR agent. I didn't expect him to sit and worship me and talk about my plant collections and seven museums. I would've won the full man. I am and how I know nutrition. And how I've written poetry and look at the great writings that he has that no one's discovered. And he's one of the greatest geniuses of all time. All of that is true. But I didn't expect a right about that. So by and large, it's a fairly good article, and I'm gonna read it to you, and it's a very important article because it's all about Donald Trump at the end of the day, what is the title of the article in New York Times, anyone raise your hand out there and radio? And if you have read it either on the drudge report, Lincoln's there, for your reading pleasure, or you can read it directly. But I would suggest you Lincoln through the drudge report, conservative radio host has doubts about Trump his audience doesn't want to hear it. Michael Savage was one of the first radio host to endorse mister, Trump. Now he thinks the president's fans are too critical but his listeners aren't so sure if you want to comment on the war with Iran, the illegal immigrants and the deportation order, that Donald Trump says he is going to enact or the New York Times article.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Thirty two more this day down to John and Ken show history. Because there's an LA city councilman an idiot by the name of poll corrects the fat neck guy. Oh, yeah. Oh, he's a load about you. But I read the Steve Lopez story, and they'll do times, and I have to say I finally agree with Paul Koretz about something. Which is Senate Bill fifty and what is Senate Bill fifty? We've been talking about it a lot on the show Senate Bill fifties, the one that would basically Lau the state to override local ordinances on Zony for homes it could allow developers to put up eight story apartment buildings in your neighborhood. If you're if you're in the zone map, the developer incorrect, doesn't like it. And neither do we. And part of what he said makes sense. Well, any thing I've ever said that about that long before any developer could come into. To your neighborhood. And tear down a house and put up an eight story apartment building and suddenly instead of living in a single family home neighborhood. Now, you got apartments all around you. It is the worst legislation imaginable. It's absolutely are -able, by the way, a new link KFI AM six forty dot com. The John Ken page is the link to how you can help. Stop Senate Bill fifty you'll see at the top the little slides at scroll by one of them will be there for you. We'll talk about it after the news at five thirty back to the vagrants Garcetti and by the way China night during the break. We just saw him on TV today he appeared with Joe Biden Joe Biden's in LA. There's Biden jam was this morning. I heard you. I heard this morning traffic reports two things that got my attention number one. There was a closing. I think of a road on your west side because of Biden jam I think it was Glenn. And then the second one which amused me more. I think it was near the five freeway what neighborhood was it? Or maybe it was the one ten apparently people were being distracted because there was a homeless person running around nude Fuxing with their tent right now. The freeway and people were glancing over at the nude vacant, and they got dispenser with slammed down on the free bed sets Garcetti LA is that delay nude vagrant nude vagrant it was trying to fix their tent nude vagrant warning. Apparently, the encampment was very close to the freeway. So people were rubber necking. He I don't know. If I wanna see a nude vegging, you think of anything more boring than sitting at some event or Biden in Garcetti, apparently, fondling each other. Look like. Of course, Eddie on his arm around Biden saw was Biden Sniffen Garcetti's hair. Say good product it probably smells good. It's got a good good gel. Anyway, Garcetti is saying that when the new homeless count comes up. It comes out the homeless census. He thinks it's gonna show bigger. No. I thought he was making inroads. He's been selling this. Now, he's been married for what since two thousand thirteen twenty thirteen it's going to be six years soon. And he has it's all got worse and worse when he was running. This wasn't an issue. This all happened while he was the mayor. It's everything he embraced in tolerated. Encourage I I remember clearly when he was running against Wendy grew in two thousand thirteen to replace Tony Villar. We had no discussions about the vagrants. None that was on a topic. No. They were confined to LA DWP and stuff like that. And it was still there was the roads in the potholes. I don't ever for all the things we beat on. Vera, Ghosh's p brain about never will about the vagrants. I this is this is entirely a Garcetti production here. It's because he never had the police stop it. When when the very beginnings began, and now people have come from all over Los Angeles because they heard yes, whatever the bump news service is now the latest twist in the homeless problem in the city of LA is the west valley story that up at the LAPD west valley police station in Reseda, several police officers are now learned the number is three believe they contracted a staff infection after handling the homeless and the detail update is that they say that a vagrant did come into the LAPD west valley station in receipt. They actually arrested him and brought him in which means that the touch him that the throw them in the car they had physical contact with them. They had to handcuff them. They believe that when they may have acquired Mercer yet. He had the staphylococcus in. Affection on his skin, and they caught it. And this thing can be deadly. It's a terrible thing to get it's tough to make it go stuff to treat. It to certain though was the vagrants staph infection. Well, the three cops have it. Now didn't fall from the sky. Did it Steve Gordon the LA police protective league? That's the union said our officers are subject to very hazardous conditions. You know, we say all the time they put their lives on the line. You not getting shot. But the problem is they have to walk through the feces the needles in these encampments yet like feces doesn't cause disease. You don't really sick of. We're having these weird disease outbreaks because of the vagrants, and there's always somebody goes, well, we don't know for sure it's like the woman who the worker got typhus that at city hall. Well, we don't know if it was because the vagrants. Yeah. It was these three types. But we don't know the star the Mersa came from the vaguer. Well, yeah. This stuff. We never heard of Mercer before as frequently as it's being discussed. Now typhus just in hospitals. I've heard of Mercer, and I know of cases right because it's dirty in hospitals. You have a lot of open wounds. You have open wounds. Transmission? Infections close quarters. You either have having just grabbing somebody on the street and end up in a staff infection. This stuff never happened before. And it's like all the weight of evidence, you can excuse this little piece of that little piece you can't excuse the whole pile. It was like the pile of evidence against OJ. Well, you could excuse excuse that you can't you can't explain the whole mountain. This is a mountain now that we have when we come back an update on a story. We talked about a lot a couple of weeks ago. It's come around back in the news again and this concerns this Bill in Sacramento called S B fifty Senate Bill fifty which would allow large update like eight story apartment buildings to just pop up in your single family home neighborhood. You can go to the website and find out more. We have the link to stop SB fifty dot net. We'll talk about it more coming up. John and Ken KFI..

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"All right, guys. We are back on the delegates show. Thank you all for sending. And. Yeah, how do you like that subliminal faceting making guys listen to song about somebody's singing somebody that the pretty guy? Pretty yeah. You like that subliminal messaging it works. I sound July sound pretty now. I so birthday parties. Do you guys? Remember what you would set up for your kids for you guys still have younger kids. I remember my kids. We would you Chucky cheese? Cheese birthday parties. Okay. But my kids hated the the the rat is is that a rat. Or a mouse. I don't know. But they they hated it. They were kind of scared of them. So they liked the games. But the tokens we'll go through tokens like nothing, and there was always one kid that kept asking for more tokens. And then what you say, no. And you're like oh gosh. Okay. Let's do more tokens token birthday party. So then we stopped doing the cheese, and we move to the like a pump it up. Places the bouts houses, and those were where they had those big bouncy castles, but they were like they would kind of a smart party idea. I think they still exist where there's these big warehouses. And there's like, I don't know fifteen foot tall, bouncy slides and the kids run up and slide down the slide, and they get a lot of activity. They get a lot of exercise. They get really sweaty. Unfortunately, she got to have a lot of fruit punch, then they get really buzzed on fruit punch and they've ounce around a lot of stuff and then the cake, and then they're super buzzed. We'd get pizza too because we wanted to get a little bit of protein in there. And then parents were hungry. The parents would eat I I didn't care my parents. They don't even know what they're doing. They're still at a breathless just eat because I you got but appetite watching the kids and screaming and yelling Vicki to hurt each other. But at most of these party houses or party places. There's these. Ball pits. And oh kids love them switch if they're not colorblind because they're real real bright colors and their plastic balls now as an adult you like, oh, I just wanna fall in it. And you think it's going to feel like marshmallows it. Does it if feels like a bunch of plastic, but I never minded that with my kids because kids like to roll round they like to fall into something they like to not always stand on their feet. And so if they're rolling around a big pit of balls these colorful pretty things, and you know, and they're giggling or whatever I'm fine with it because it's activity. They're getting away from the TV and I'm a fan. Well, now, we have a buzzkill as a study published last month by the American journal of infection. Control says these ball pits are crawling with jerks. I always wondered about that. I like who is the lucky teenager that gets the clean each in every plastic ball what the sanitizer. When there looks like there's over two thousand of them, my guess is. Nobody's doing that. The study researchers from the university of north Georgia looked at six different ball pits, using children's physical therapy facilities there the pitcher used to provide stimulation to children with sensory and motor impairments, probably. Because if it's a physical therapy facility to have access to it. It's kind of you really don't get a chance to grab one of the balls of these ball pets. I know this because my kids would want to take them home. And you know, I'd be like, no, no bad boy. And then they would like throw him at each other. When we're all sitting next to the ball pit having pizza. They throwing the ball. And then you get one of these balls in your pizza, and and you're like okay now, it's all contaminated. So the study researchers from the university looked at six ball pits and at each location, researchers collected nine to fifteen balls from different depths by the end, they found considerable microbial colonization involved pits that were tested, including eight bacteria and one year. East that could cause disease. That's called his Asian was found to be as high as thousands of cells per ball clearly demonstrated an increased potential for transmission of these organisms to patients and an increased possibility of infection in total thirty one different bacterial species and one species was found so what specifically well Enron caucus. Be callous the enterococci that stuff that comes from somebody's. Staphylococcus homeless like hominy, grits, staphylococcus HAMAs. What staff strep or Alice? And as Cinna till Becker. I think they they mis spelt that with those were just this Whoopie that's enough to scare the heck out of me all of which humid associated bacteria that can cause nasty infections. Now Enterococcus callous can cause it occurred Itis septicemia, which is an infection of the 'Bacterial and the blood urinary tract infection meningitis and staphylococcus hominids can also cause bloodstream infections and supported as a cause of sepsis in the neonatal ICU. So some of you are like wait a second hold the phone hold the vote. We've been playing in the dirt we've been eating dirt. We've been I don't know sucking on rocks. Eighty bucks. I've eaten bugs not up purpose when I would drive my big wheel down the hill in my mouth would be open on my tongue hanging out. And I'm googly. I go. You know, fall into my mouth that I would eat them bugs carry germs. The average person's like, okay, wait a second air. Why are we making such a big deal about this? We don't see these kids get sick. Well, do we? Did you guys ever hear in the news that some kid that ended up in the ICU at played a ball pit a week before or three days before public? I don't think a lot of people are tracing that back and if so if it is traced back doesn't hit the news. We don't get a lot of things that kinda hit the news. You know, the streptococcus rallies that causes Endo card, which is an infection of the heart. Adult respiratory distress syndrome and set the Cukle shock now. This Senator b-actor, oh, I would be I have never heard of that. I got I took Michael biology decades ago. I will be that's the I will eat I can potentially class septicemia meningitis urinary tract skin infections and give you a bark, and I'm getting bark. So they say researchers also noted that the physical therapy clinics studied, they go days or weeks between cleanings of the ball pits. Well, things can grow within days. Mary Ellen Oster Lee. The study's lead author said we felt considerable variation of the number Mike organisms between the different voltage samples this clinics. Utilize different protocols for cleaning and maintenance potentially representing a broader need to clarify and establish standards that reduce the risk of transmission. So you bet your, but that people aren't cleaning these things. That your kids are playing with. So here's the question. Does it matter? Our kids actually getting sick. What we don't know if they're not then they are being exposed to the same bacteria. They would be exposed to if they played outside and played in the grass and played on the carpet, etc. My problem is having a much more sensitive generation now of kilt kids who are getting, you know, peanut allergy's who are, you know, getting infections, and I don't want expose them anymore to what they need. Now. People will say well, doctor, look, if we don't expose kids, two bucks and pathogens are not gonna pride their immune system. That's true. But trust me when they sit down at the table to either pizza when they walk into a public bathroom when they go to school. They're exposed to enough packages. We don't have to add more insult to injury. But what this study does. I mean, I think it's a no brainer that all right? You know, there's a lot of crap on these things. But I think what it reminds us is don't trust somebody else's cleaning. You know, I always kinda got annoyed friends take a look at you know, plates when we would sit down at a restaurant, and I'm like, oh, please don't send the plate, please. It's very easy. You wanna send the plate back? And if they have thirty plates don't eat their walkout that means. They don't put enough care into your health. If they're not going to clean a dish properly. So I think that you know, just like with kids safety if this ball pit place..

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Science News Briefs From All Over

60-Second Science

02:18 min | 2 years ago

Science News Briefs From All Over

"Hi, I'm scientific American podcast editor Steve Mirsky. And here's a short piece from the April two thousand nineteen issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science technology and medicine the articles titled quick hits, and it's a rundown of some science and technology stories from around the globe compiled by editorial contributor Jim Daly from Greenland. Scientists have found the massive ice sheet covering Greenland is melting about four times faster than it was in two thousand three the gigantic hung of ice could become a major contributor to sea level rise in coming decades from Hawaii a fourteen year old Hawaiian snail named George believed to be the last of its species has died the archipelago's population of land snails, which was once incredibly diverse has substantially declined with perhaps seventy five percent of more than seven hundred fifty species now gone from guy. Hannah the guy in these government signed an agreement with the European Union to curb illegal logging improved forest management and expand the South American nation's legal timber industry, which exports to the EU from Australia. Overuse of water from the Murray, darling. River systems sparked a massive die off of fish in the down under state of New South Wales. An estimated one hundred thousand to one million fish suffocated because the river levels were too low to flush out farm runoff, this lead to algal blooms that resulted in bacterial proliferation, which caused a drop of oxygen from Liberia health officials announced that they found the Abol lavar is in a bat in west Africa for the first time previously had been found only in bats in central Africa. The discovery could help reveal how the virus jumps to humans. And from Northern Ireland bacteria in a soil sample effectively halted the growth of four types of antibiotic resistant superbugs, including methicillin resistant, staphylococcus aureus, better known as Mersa. Researchers say the discovery is an important step in the battle against such resistant bacteria that was quick hits. By Jim Daly.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The worst measles outbreak in the United States and over twenty five years, they've got seven hundred cases recorded across the United States. So that's one bit of news. We go from that to this. You go to the malls. And you see those little play areas for the kids for the children's. And then you got the ball pits. Oh, they're colorful, they're. But you see these sometimes like the McDonalds the Carl's junior where they had the little play area for the kids. Keep them quiet while you're actually trying to eat. Well, the color further fund. And then the keeps keeps things quiet where you're trying to eat and they're crawling with germs. I'm reading here. This is from the American journal, then fiction control. Could you imagine? Right. Your job is to write for these guys exit control deal who who you got that degree in journalism. Well, then who you're working for is working for the American journal of infection control. So to conduct the study, researchers let me see da to conduct the study. We said a bunch of kids into. To conduct the study. Researchers with the university of north Georgia looked at six different ball pits used in children's physical therapy facilities. Children's physical therapy facilities. Sherry, you're the mom. What is it children's physical therapy facility? Yeah. The kids that I'm assuming maybe they've got some kind of okay here. It is the pits are used to provide stimulation to children with sensory or motor impairments. Okay. Okay. That makes sense. At each ballpit location. Researchers collected up to fifteen balls from different depths. By the end, they found considerable micro microbial colonization in the ball pits, including eight bacteria and one yeast that could actually cause disease. I like that at different depths. Hey, you know, what those balls are always moving. That's what I'm of thinking too. Round. And when pressure is applied they move back. Tyrian colonisation was found to be his highest thousands of cells per ball. Clearly demonstrating an increased potential for transmission of these organisms to patients. Well, you know, you think about kids, especially the ones that are going in there at that age toddlers there they got snot coming out of there. No. All sorts of stuff. We don't even want to talk about. Yes. Secretions? We just have to think it's good for their immune systems. Right. To be exposed all say, that's what they say. Just keep getting away from me six and there's not enough hand sanitizer. It is amazing kids. You seek. They're just they're grimy in their grubby and a special little boys are all sweaty. And they they can be playing this that or the other and then they go and eat a sandwich, and they don't use their hands, and it all works. It all works. How know, but at this particular case, they're saying you've got all of these caucuses all of these caucuses and Tara caucus staphylococcus streptococcus about an easel. How about how about Kaka s-? Caucus. Got to be one out there. You're right. Diarrhea right. Got to. He's got a bad case Akaka caucus. Word of the day. Katie don't laugh don't laugh laugh. That's not. No, we've got we're done. We're not katie's voices shot. We're just not allowing her. She's working behind the scenes today. We're not allowed to speak talk. It's cocka- cockatiels. Sussman. Well, okay. I'm thinking what is in those ball pits? Let's be realistic. You've got you mentioned secretions. You've got the snot s-. You've got the spits at the leaky diapers. That's the caucus. They say you've gotta terro caucus. I don't even know what that is staphylococcus streptococcus. I'll the Kakai or there. You know, now when we get into with the in Iowa, they don't have primaries, they have the Caucasus. I'm never going to be able to get past that again, good. I'm going to be thinking the Iowa caucus caucus. I can't wait for Joe Biden is show up at the Iowa cocka- cockatiels. This is going to be so great. This. Oh, our chief economist Steve Moore is going to be to clean up this operation. Steve, of course, has also been nominated to the Federal Reserve. Wouldn't that be great? And it's it's interesting because Larry cudlow is one of his buddies and Larry cudlow is the chief economic adviser at the White House now Larry used to have a show weekends her case folk. And Larry cudlow is saying with this improvement in the economy, he's still encouraging the feds to lower their rates. I I know what Steve Moore would do if he were on the feds he'd liked to, you know, not just lower the rates, but unveiled the cloak of secrecy that seems to shroud the Federal Reserve, anyway, we'll talk to Steve about that. And get a traffic. Check for you in just one moment. Okay. So it's time to shop at Macy's with thousands of specials Christ so low you don't need a coupon like Thompson denim for her from out funny charter club in more fifty percent off save fifty five percent.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on KTOK

"And now a look back at this week in history this week in nineteen fifteen ask cap is founded the American society of composers authors and publishers among the founding members of as cap with the musical giants of the time Irving Berlin, James Weldon Johnson Jerome Kern. And John Phillips Sousa in those days songwriters made their living primarily from the fees burn through the sale of sheet music. If music did not pay. It would be given up wrote chief Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in a landmark supreme court decision in nineteen seventy this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine in Chicago four men dressed as police officers entered the headquarters of George bugs Moran, Chicago and killed seven of his henchmen. The four-man actually worked for rival crime boss, Al Capone, and the act is now known as the Saint Valentine's day massacre. Also this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine sir. Alexander Fleming discovers one of the greatest modern medicine developments by accident. Fleming was a young bacteriologist having left a plate of staphylococcus bacteria. Uncovered Fleming notice that the mold that had fallen on the culture had killed many of the bacteria. He identified the mold as penicillin new Tottenham similar to the kind found on bread on February fourteenth nineteen twenty nine Fleming introduced his mold by. Product called penicillin to cure bacterial infections and this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty five Canada, officially changes. It's flag to the maple leaf since flying Britain's Union Jack flags since sixteen ten today. Canada's red maple leaf flag is one of the most recognizable flags in the world. That's your look back at this week in history. Well, you're here you may as well. Stick around and get your news, weather and traffic at the top end the bottom of the hour on NewsRadio one.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on KTOK

"And now a look back at this week in history this week in nineteen fifteen ask cap is founded the American society of composers authors and publishers among the founding members of as cap with the musical giants at the time Irving Berlin, James Weldon Johnson Jerome Kern and John Phillips Sousa in those days songwriters made their living primarily from the fees burn through the sale of sheet music. If music did not pay. It would be given up wrote chief Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in a landmark supreme court decision in nineteen. And seventy this week in nineteen twenty nine in Chicago, four men dressed as police officers entered the headquarters of George bugs Moran in Chicago and killed seven of his henchmen. The four men actually worked for rival crime boss, Al Capone, and the act is now known as the Saint Valentine's day massacre. Also this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine a, sir. Alexander Fleming discovers one of the greatest modern medicine developments by accident. Fleming was a young tirico allergist having lift a plate of staphylococcus bacteria. Uncovered Fleming notice that the mold that had fallen on the culture had killed many of the bacteria. He identified the mold as penicillin natade him similar to the kind found on bread on February fourteenth, nineteen twenty nine Fleming introduced his mold biproduct called penicillin to cure bacterial infections and this week in nineteen sixty five Canada, officially changes, it's flagged to the maple leaf since flying Britain's Union Jack flags since sixteen ten today. Canada's red maple leaf flag is one of the most. Recognizable flags in.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on KTOK

"Seven six one one. And now a look back at this week in history this week in nineteen fifteen ask cap is founded the American society of composers authors and publishers among the founding members of as cap with the musical giants of the time Irving Berlin, James Weldon Johnson, Jerome Kern and John Phillips Sousa in those days songwriters made their living primarily from the fees burn through the sale of sheet music. If music did not pay. It would be given up wrote chief Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in a landmark supreme court decision in nineteen seventy this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. In Chicago, four men dressed as police officers entered the headquarters of George bugs Moran and Chicago and killed seven of his henchmen. The men actually worked for rival crime boss, Al Capone, and the act is now known as the Saint Valentine's day massacre. Also this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine sir. Alexander Fleming discovers one of the greatest modern medicine developments by accident. Fleming was a young bacteriologist having lift a plate of staphylococcus bacteria. Uncovered Fleming notice that the mold that had fallen on the culture had killed many of the bacteria. He identified the mold as penicillin Notadze similar to the kind found on bread on February fourteenth, nineteen twenty nine Fleming introduced his mold byproduct called penicillin to cure bacterial infections and this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty five Canada officially changes its flag to the maple leaf since flying Britain's Union Jack flags since sixteen ten today. Canada's red maple leaf flag is one of the most recognizable flags in the world. That's your look back at. This week in history. My son Aiden has asthma. Secondhand smoke has triggered his asthma so badly he ended up in the emergency room spent multiple nights in intensive care. Now, he's on a whole bunch of medications. My tip to you is don't be shy about sunny people not to smoke around your kids. Half of US kids are exposed to secondhand smoke. If you or someone, you know wants help call one eight hundred quit now a message from the US department of health and human services and CDC when the.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on WDRC

"Where the blood supply doesn't get to them. I take your point. But even in your theoretical example, the early antibiotics didn't cure, many kinds of bacterial infections. They were good for gonorrhea was good for pneumococcus that causes a certain ammonia is. But it wasn't good for things like staphylococcus and pseudomonas. So again, you we we really need to see the data. I wish it were true. But it's extremely unlikely. Okay. The last the last issue I want to sneak in while we got time doctors this the people in this institution have to understand that if what they have is true. Then they're their company is going to be worth billions or hundreds of billions of dollars. If what they've announced his vast overstatement or even just flatly fraudulent. They have to realize that there not only flushing their own company. But all the scientists associated with that announcement are also going to be flushing their careers. Aren't they? Absolutely. But people do irrational things. You know, there was a case several years ago when the manufacturers of apple juice, a common, apple juice. We're selling stuff that contain. No, Apple's no, apple juice at all. It was a chemical concoction major patriot company, and they had it had to be discovered. Eventually, you can't get away with that kind of thing indefinitely, and yet they did it they were prosecuted and the CEO and some of the other senior people went to prison for well. I'll tell you what Dr we're going to hang onto this interview. And in a year, we can replay it and say, Dr Miller was right or we can say, well, it turns out my hopes have been realized because I'd like to see this thing come along. And maybe someday it will Dr Miller, it's always a pleasure. Thanks so much for the time. Thank you, LARs, glad to have you on the program back in a moment. But hiring can be pretty time consuming. You post a job to several online job boards. I've done it. Only to get tons of the wrong resumes. Then you have to sort through all those resumes, just to find a few people with the right skills and the right experience those jobs. Sites that overwhelm you with the wrong.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"They found Mersa or methicillin resistant staphylococcus stack staphylococcus aureus infection on all nine of these tanks that they measured. They also. Swabbed oxygen tanks in the storage area. Finding Mersa on ninety six percent of the stored cylinders now, Mercer infections are very difficult to treat because the bacteria are resistant to common antibiotics because we've prescribed way too many antibiotics in the United States, and we have too many cattle and livestock being fed antibiotics on a regular basis. Unnecessarily now, these Mercer or infections hospital is nearly one hundred thousand people each year and caused tens of thousands of death each year. But here's the irony. Compounding. The problem with the fact that not only are potent antibiotics over prescribed in modern medicine today, the miracle drug that was isn't anymore. They are also widely used in agriculture. A fact that grossly is overlooked today. In fact, agricultural antibiotic use is a frequent source of human consumption, which contributes to the rise of antibiotic resistant superbugs like methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus the immerse infection note..

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You're listening to on air with Doug Jenin Victorian. Yes, indeed. There's a focus on water bottles that may be of some value to those of you who use water bottles over and over again shaker bottles, if you will water bottles that people take to the gym that sort of thing gross. The study of thirty Jim members who handed over the shaker bottles for testing they discovered bacteria contamination in eighty three percent of the used plastic bottles most prevalent staphylococcus aureus, stripped, whatever, it's bad. Staff and E coli finding this is gross. It is gross. But it's not entirely unexpected for one staph bacteria's present in the noses about thirty percent of everybody generally doesn't cause harm. Likewise. He is president is present in healthy GI tract. But certain strains can cause dive Areva. Bacteria likely comes from contamination during handling so it's best to properly washed the bottle before what do you still got gotta veto by the government? Yes. The action though. Yes. Do people do need to be told this because I even been guilty of this. I've been running to spin class. I'll rinse my bottle out filled up with water run to spin class. And then I'm all sweaty. And then I throw it back in my bag, and then I wash it like two days later, I think that's normal. I think every single person who's into a gym does the same thing tired when you get home. You put it on the counter, you might wash it. But then the next day you go to the gym again. And you haven't had time to do it. And also MRs referring when it says shaker bottles, those aren't just water bottles. Those are the bottles that people put like their protein shakes in and then they come up, and they drank after class that's more gross to me because it actually has something in episode. Good for your immune system. It just builds up. So you start. Exactly. Until the D comes along. And then it's not that fun. My daughter used to call the dive Areva. That's right. They came. Mommy. I can remember her saying your mother when she was little, mommy. Mommy. I've got dive Ariba sure, she loves that. You just told that? I. She's very happy ready. Yeah. No secrets here. It's ten before the hour. This is the daily DJ radio programming..

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"You see some around clusters of cells that look like grapes. Later you journal about it quote. My delight may be conceived when there were revealed to me beautiful tangles tufts and chain of round organisms in great numbers, which stood up clear indistinct among the pus cells and debris. Well, yeah. The name staphylococcus is given to the bacteria staff from the Greek meaning bunch of grapes and caucus meaning berry later aureus is given to the staff species that grows yellowy clusters on a plate aureus from the Latin Aurum meaning gold gorge. There you go. Okay. Enough etymology though. Clearly, you are thrilled about this finding and you figure that the rest of the medical establishment would also be pretty pumped, right? No. They're not not at all. They're skeptical and resistant to any challenge to the long held view that infection was just a natural part of mood healing to go. So you have to perform a public presentation of your research to prove that you cover all your bases in went through all of all of the postulates. And finally, they accept that. You might be honest thing, and you get all the praise and. Okay. So at this point, it's eight hundred eighty one and micro-biology is an exciting new field to be in new 'Bacterial and parasites and viruses are constantly being described and vaccines are in the works and being released and so on. In the first half of the twentieth century is also see some really amazing medical developments that seemed like magic for both patients and doctors in nineteen forty one penicillin which is an episode in its own right begins to be used to treat infections all kinds at I just soldiers in World War Two just restricted to them. But a few years later it begins to be widely distributed to the public, and it was viewed as wonder drug, which really was enough forties. Nineteen forty four was when it was distributed to the public is insanely recent. Yep. They're recen-. So before penicillin eighty to ninety percent of people who had staff Oreo bacteria Mia infection of the blood died. Eighty to ninety percent cheese. And I don't have exact numbers for the number of people. Every year. Because again, like I said it was such this. It was a common thing. But it wasn't it didn't happen in outbreaks club. And so you didn't write it down. Yeah. And it also wasn't a single disease. Right. It was like people were dying from staff oriented, but from so many versions of staff aurea. Yeah. Yeah. It was really hard to keep track. Yeah. But anyway, after the introduction of penicillin, those deaths due to any version of staph aureus dropped hugely, man. In addition to a lot of other bacterial infections penicillin became the default treatment for many infections and was handed out like candy at Halloween. You could get in the grocery store without a prescription without any information.

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Meat allergy after tick bite may explain severe allergic reactions

Ologies

03:59 min | 3 years ago

Meat allergy after tick bite may explain severe allergic reactions

"Well, let's actually find out what's going on, especially in children. There's that there's panda's which is a brain encephalitis caused by strip that has children are susceptible to which can cause like immediate behavioral changes. Right. I wonder if there was something like a strip outbreak. I think it was just fragile masculinity, but what possibly. Just to just depend fear of witching Zack. Aki wants to know is antibiotic resistance, a critical issue, heck yes. Okay. Oh, I can say hell hell yet even say yes. We don't cuss on our guests. So this is new the microphone? Fuck. Yes. It's a huge problem. Oh my God. It is. It is one of the scariest problems for sure. Like antibiotic-resistant strep in or staff in hospitals is massively huge antibiotic resistant. My dad got sepsis from antibiotic resistant UTI infection. It was awful antibiotic resistant to rookie Lucy's is Terry. XT RTD. It's what they call it. And what about Mercer Mercer. Exactly. That's staphylococcus aureus in. So now the the fixed that is stopped taking antibiotics, medium viruses. Yeah. So there's definitely like the the doctors shouldn't be prescribing antibiotics for things that they don't know our bacterial. But a large part of the problem too is like the agriculture industry and they're, they use antibiotics profile prophylactically. So we're just going to give all of our cows antibiotics so they don't get sick. And so- prophylactic antibiotic uses a huge issue a well that is helped driving it. So it's not. It's kind of the same thing when you talk about like, how can we solve climate change or stop putting trash everywhere like, yes, we have personal responsibilities, but there's also this systemic responsibility that is not being addressed as much. Right. So on the personal side of things, if you are prescribed antibiotic for something, take the entire course of it, don't don't save a few pills for own case. Next time I have us do that lady that people will do that all the time. Don't do that. Take. Every single pill because that what that does is it basically when you take, let's say, three quarters of your antibiotics, you're gonna kill. This is very basic, but three quarters of the bacteria in your body and your your, your body will fight off the rest of it, but those or it might just be selecting the ones that are resistant. Strongest ones are like, yeah. Oh my God. It's the people who are left at your party at like two in the morning and the worst people go home. Oh, yeah, exactly. I should've left forever ago. Yeah. Yeah. So, okay. So keep kicking him out. It's funny in our healthcare system is such a beautiful thing that I have friends who are like actors who don't have health insurance who are like, oh, if I get strep throat, I just order fish antibiotics online, and you're like, oh, America. You use them in fish tanks, but you can also take him for like, yes, people do that. Like there are whole read at sub threat. Like it's about like this is such a good learning extreme like veterinary antibiotics that you can get for your dogs and cats that are China remind. Yep, don't Don't do do it. it. Well, okay. Jon Wurster an Stephanie Hancock. Both wanted to know, is there any care for the Lone Star tick bite that makes you allergic to me? And do you think there's a possibility that the Lone Star take is Evelyn's way of helping with global warming moving to a red meat produced society? Oh, that's a fun thing to think about, but it's that's just not how evolution works, but you can answer this. Take one. I actually do love every time. It's always brought up as like, oh, every time that someone says, oh, the red meat allergy from onstar. They're like, maybe that's a and I'm like, well, yeah, it's kind of a good thing. I mean, it could be a good thing. So the almost dying part and not a good plus I have. I have some anecdotal evidence, not not personally, but so it seems that the strength of the allergy varies depending on who you are and it might depend on what tick bit you, but some people, it seems to be last decades or even a lifetime. And anytime they re expose themselves from red meat, it's a really bad reaction like NFL axis at cetera..

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on The Science Hour

"Ashley is casa line is really this revolutionary tool for the genome editing field because it allows us to change singled letters in the dna of cells and the potential for curing disease is tremendous although it hasn't done so yet the challenges is that this protein is derived from a bacteria and therefore as foreign to our immune system when our immune systems sees foreign proteins like cast nine each job is to generate an immune response and eliminate those form proteins because those are a sign of infection and the bacteria talking about people may recognize the name the staphylococcus streptococcus these are quite common anyone who's had strep throat has suffered from streptococcus and staphylococcus is present on our skin and our knows and can lead to serious infections the moment you sought to keep out immune response in song i imagine doing the experiments to test this acquired hogg because you don't want to go and deliberately inject this proceedings of people to use it you must have a different way of testing this hypothesis right so we expected at that if healing jacked the protein directly you will melton immune response because it is a form protein but what we are interested in is whether people already have that immune response before we and checked at the protein and so what we're able to do was get blood from healthy adults and screen their blood to see if they had antibodies that already recognize these two forms of cast nine and what we found is that about seventy percent of the adults we tested have these preexisting antibodies to both forms of cast nine earned what does that mean in terms of let's say for some reason i wanted to inject muscle for this protein what would that mean in terms of using cast mine as part of some kind of therapy put it just knock not all would actually have a most serious reaction well that's an unknown at this point.

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"staphylococcus" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"staphylococcus" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Over there isn't there was another really fascinating section it and i and i think a lot of people are familiar now this hygiene hypothesis and the fact that we need germs and you know germs help our children's immune systems to become stronger at cetera but one thing that intrigued me was a section of the book are you into this rockin each ranch and you talked about how they found a bunch of like microbial species and a half years in the milk like the raw milk or or in the actual children themselves that were microbes associate with serious infections right like you use our role a stereo and staphylococcus and things that you would not expect to be beneficial at all um eight tell them tom what you found when it comes to those who it said that's as we know we wanted you to ask out yeah that super interesting in say hopefully it's not either of our cars that are getting that are getting a locked into and i i realize the wonderful chicken we have fifteen minutes okay they were put it in or put it in he added a asa i just wanna to make sure i'm um so and i can press balls by the way if you like to put your ininin now it's it's probably at that point it's probably for us to yes to to one of the things that he did um y e e all of this research on microbial diversity has shown is that it is benificiary role to have a hot really large spectrum of bugs around and that in fact be it on farms are in our guy or whatever it's not necessarily the um uh the genetics of one specific bug that is as couldn't you know that is concerning.

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