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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"40% off and free camera today. On Wall Street stocks are rising to start this holiday shortened trading week. The Dow is up 268 points. The NASDAQ is getting 68, the S and P five hundred's increase his 26. The price of oil is up moving closer to 43 bucks a barrel in that is a reason gas hasn't dropped Maura with less demand in this covert crisis, one penny in the past two weeks. The new price is $2. 18 cents. It would have been wasn't a dime I believe. That's Children. Lundberg, who was an analyst who surveys gas stations nationwide. So does Triple A. It's national average for regulars to 11 per gallon. Did you take the ice bucket challenge several years ago. A lot of people did. And now, AH, year after one of the co founders died, the other has from the same disease. Those challenges raised awareness to fight back. Queen motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37. He battled India traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 2015. The disease that has no hope at the moment. But the Ice bucket challenge revamped that outlook, the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for LS a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control. And Kerik Fox News in the NFL. The L. A Rams play Tampa Bay tonight to close that week. 11 of the season last night. Kansas City beat Las Vegas on a last minute touchdown. Pittsburgh State Undefeated running Jacksonville and the New York Jets remain winless, losing to the L, A Chargers and in Cincinnati's lost the Washington Bangles star quarterback Joe Burrows substance Ian ending knee injury. I'm Dave Anthony. This is Fox News. The rain is moving out the dryer air moving it will turn out sunny for the afternoon. Sunny and a little bit cooler 52 Today temperatures at night drop into the lot of it. Thirties Beautiful Fall day tomorrow. Sonny and 52 We start to get the clouds Wednesday Wednesday warms up 58. Next storm could bring us some rain on Thanksgiving Day. I'm meteorologist Terry Smith from the Weather Channel for talk radio. 6 80 WCBS. I'm sure many of you realized the holiday season is the slow season for home improvements and peek custom remodeling. We're determined to keep all of our crews working and have jobs, installing every day to make sure our entire staff and our customers have a merry Christmas This year. We're having a one week Black Friday sale, taking 25% off the total cost of all roofing, citing window and door. Replacement projects. Mentally that we have no interest and no payments available through Christmas. 2022 has always piqued custom remodeling is.

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Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Pat Quinn, Ice Bucket Challenge co-founder, has died at age 37

"J. Powers, Fox News Another co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge, has died. Pat Quinn, motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37. He battled Amy a traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 2015 disease that has no hope at the moment, but The ice bucket challenge is revamped that outlook the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:53 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"80 Right now downtown were mostly cloudy and 56 degrees. Kogo news time is 5 12. Two people are dead, Several others seriously wounded following church stabbing in San Jose late Sunday. Police say several people were injured in the attack at Grace Baptist Church reports say a 22 year old man was in custody, but that has not been confirmed by authorities. Yet. Police say no services were taking place at the time, but that homeless individuals Had been brought to the church to get them out of the cold. A 15 year old has been arrested in connection with a shopping mall shooting in Wisconsin Friday. Eight people were wounded in the shooting in the town of Wauwatosa and are all expected to survive. Comatose. The chief of police very Weber. Photos of our suspect were not released to media for fear of compromising the investigation and potential destruction of evidence. Is important to stress that this act of violence was not a random one. But an altercation between two groups. FBI is also participating in the investigation and interviewing witnesses. We're still waiting for more details about the death of a contestant on the game show wipe out authorities in L A and sources close to the production report of the death last week, But the cause of death has been released and the contestant has not been publicly identified. After the player's death production on the TVs reboot of the show was halted wipe out is a game show where contestants try to navigate extreme obstacles that usually end in a crash. Isn't Trump address members of the virtual G 20 summit Sunday morning. Here's Mark MEREDITH President Trump had a chance to speak virtually the world leaders for the G 20 summit. This is normally something that would be held in person this year in Saudi Arabia, but because the pandemic it was held online, the president making most of the Commons focused on his decision to pull the U. S out of the Paris climate accord to Paris accord was not designed to save the environment. It was designed to kill. The American economy. Meantime, the president continues to claim that there was widespread fraud in the election. He tweeted Saturday. Evidence was becoming out soon. But the Trump campaign and its allies are running out of time to make the case that have already lost multiple legal challenges. Since Election Day. The Trump campaign and the president's allies have filed more than a dozen lawsuits in battleground states to stop the certification of election results, but most of their cases have been defeated in courtrooms across the country. Trump campaign has also failed to produce any credible evidence of widespread Voter fraud. President Trump's former national security adviser is not happy with his former bosses approach to Afghanistan. What I think President Trump has done is, paradoxically doubled down on all the flaws of the Obama administration approach to Afghanistan. On CBS's face, the Nation H. R. McMaster said Trump is giving the Taliban of victory as he prepares to leave office by announcing Ah down drawdown of troops was announced last week. The 2500 troops will remain in Afghanistan and Iraq by January, 15th Sending the state scheduled game this coming Friday against Fresno State was canceled due to Cove in 19 contact Tracing with the Fresno State football team. The Mountain West is glaring the game a no contest. There are no plans to reschedule at this time. The Aztecs, who lost a close game to Nevada this past weekend, are looking to see if a team from the Mountain West or Pac 12 as an open date this coming weekend. Not only is Thanksgiving this week, but there are a couple of lottery drawings coming up. That would no doubt make anyone incredibly thankful. This year. The jackpot in Tuesday's mega millions drawing worth $200 million with the cash option of 155 million bucks. Then there's a Powerball drawing the next day with 202 million up for grabs. By the way, the odds of matching all five numbers plus the Powerball are roughly one in 292 million, but Yeah, it's worth a shot right? Co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge has died. Here's an Carrick Pack Queen, motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age of 37 he better of India traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 2015 disease that has no hope at the moment, but The Ice Bucket Challenge revamped that outlook, the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control. Here are the stories trending this morning. A judge's decision could come today that would allow restaurants and gyms to stay open for indoor operations. San Diego County's unemployment rate hits his lowest point since the pandemic began.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Eastbound at 2 81 direct nectar construction taking place since causing some minor slowdowns as you approach the area there. I'm Zach Bad news Radio 1200 Wook. I stay warm throughout the upcoming week we will see clearing skies dropping back to the Middle Upper fifties. X Files The sun Monday 75. You've got the clouds building in Monday night strata. Scattered showers of possible straight shower thunderstorm Tuesday. And 81. I'm Jeff, you know for the Weather Channel on San Antonio's official weather Station news radio 1200 W away. I You ever and another co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge has died. Pack Quinn, motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37 he better the EMEA traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 2015 disease that has no hope at the moment, but The ice bucket sounds revamped that outlook the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control boxes. And Carrick. Meanwhile, in sports, one of the embassies, bright young stars has agreed to a large contract extension. All Star Guard Donovan Mitchell and the Utah Jazz have agreed to a five year $195 Million Contra. Act extension, according to multiple media reports, the 24 year old Mitchell, the 13th overall pick in the 2017 draft, he immediately went on to win the Rookie of the Year award in his first season. Mitchell followed that up with a strong second.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Fox News and Amazon, Alexa Eight people were hurt during a shooting at the Mayfair Mall and Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Friday. The victims were taken to the hospital and are all expected to survive. But police announced Sunday that they have arrested a 15 year old boy, and it also recovered the suspected firearm used in the shooting. The shooter exited the mall is other patrons were running out, unaware that the shooter had left the mall and a perimeter was established, and tactical teams were formed to begin clearing them. All of patrons sheltering in place while but does the chief of police, Very Weber and another co founder of the Ice bucket Challenge has died. Pack Queen motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37 He better the M E O traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 2015 disease that has no hope at the moment, but The Ice Bucket Challenge revamped that outlook, the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control boxes. And Carrick. Meanwhile, in sports, one of the embassies, bright young stars has agreed to a large contract extension. All Star Guard Donovan Mitchell and the Utah Jazz have agreed to a five year $195 Million Contra. Act extension, according to multiple media reports, the 24 year old Mitchell, the 13th overall pick in the 2017 draft, he immediately went on to win the Rookie of the Year award in his first season. Mitchell followed that up with a strong second year before being named an All Star for the first time this past season and leading the Jazz to the playoffs, where they fell in seven games to the Denver Nuggets in the first round. Through three seasons, Mitchell has averaged 22 points, four rebounds and four assists. Fox's Ryan mayor, I'm Mary Course, Eddie and this is Fox News. All right. Duncan is here to keep you running with a much needed taste of normal toe, work home.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Classic recipes and find that perfect gift. That's holiday. That Vita mix dot com Eight people were hurt during a shooting at the Mayfair Mall and Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Friday. The victims were taken to the hospital and are all expected to survive. The police announced Sunday that they have arrested a 15 year old boy, and I've also recovered the suspected firearm used in the shooting. The shooter exited the mall is other patrons were running out, unaware that the shooter had left the mall and a perimeter was established. Tactical teams were formed to begin clearing them all of patrons sheltering in place. While the toast the chief of police, Very Weber and another co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge has died. Pack Queen motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37 He better the M E. A traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 20. 15 disease that has no hope at the moment, but The ice bucket challenge is revamped that outlook the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control boxes. And Carrick. Meanwhile, in sports, one of the MBA's bright young stars has agreed to a large contract extension. All Star Guard Donovan Mitchell and the Utah Jazz have agreed to a five year $195 Million Contra. Act extension, according to multiple media reports, the 24 year old Mitchell, the 13th overall pick in the 2017 draft, he immediately went on to win the Rookie of the Year award in his first season. Mitchell followed that up with a strong second year before being named an All Star for the first time this past season and leading the Jazz to the playoffs, where they fell in seven games to the Denver Nuggets in the first round. Through three seasons, Mitchell has averaged 22 points, four rebounds and four assists. Fox's Ryan mayor, I'm Mary course, Eddie and this is false news. From the ex URGENT temporal scanner thermometer..

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The latest when you need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa Eight people were hurt during a shooting at the Mayfair Mall and Wauwatosa, Wisconsin Friday. The victims were taken to the hospital and are all expected to survive. The police announced Sunday that they have arrested a 15 year old boy, and I've also recovered the suspected firearm used in the shooting. The shooter exited the mall is other patrons were running out, unaware that the shooter had left the mall and a perimeter was established. Tactical teams were formed to begin clearing them all of patrons sheltering in place. While the toast the chief of police, Very Weber and another co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge has died. Pack Queen motivational speaker and co founder of the Ice Bucket Video Challenge for a less died Sunday morning at age 37 he better the EMEA traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013 the video challenge taking social media by storm in summer, 2014. Quinn talking to Fox News radio in 20. 15 so disease that has no hope at the moment, but The Ice Bucket Challenge revamped that outlook, the challenge so far raising more than $250 million worldwide. Currently, there is no cure for a less a fatal progressive nervous system disease, which impacts nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, causing loss of muscle control boxes. And Carrick. Meanwhile, in sports, one of the embassies, bright young stars has agreed to a large contract extension. All Star Guard Donovan Mitchell and the Utah Jazz have agreed to a five year $195 Million Contra. Act extension, according to multiple media reports, the 24 year old Mitchell, the 13th overall pick in the 2017 draft, he immediately went on to win the Rookie of the Year award in his first season. Mitchell followed that up with a strong second year before being named an All Star for the first time this past season and leading the Jazz to the playoffs, where they fell in seven games to the Denver Nuggets in the first round. Through three seasons, Mitchell has averaged 22 points, four rebounds and four assists. Fox's.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Overnight roadwork of Arizona Bridge. Staten Island bound lower Deck capital left Lane closed our next traffic update in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. Thank you very much, Elliot. Now here's meteorologist Michael Seanie and the WCBS Weather Center will have occasional rain and drizzle overnight tonight, and temperatures will be nearly steady around the tri State area. Tomorrow. Some rain and drizzle in the morning otherwise windy with clouds and some sunshine in the afternoon high of 56 in the morning, then temperatures falling to around 50 in the afternoon. Monday night, clearing a cold, though 39 in the city. Tuesday, mostly sunny, brisk in Chile High 46 Becoming cloudy and mild around Wednesday. High 54 Some rain is likely Wednesday night. Thanksgiving Day will be cloudy with rain likely, especially in the morning. Hi Thursday. 59 Friday partly sunny high 56. And it's a misty 56 in East Brunswick 57 in the Bronx. 58 Forest Hills in Central Park wins out of the Southeast sit eight miles an hour. Humidity is up to 90%. We have overcast skies and it's 57 degrees. WCBS news time 11 50. 37 year old Pat Quinn of Yonkers, who co founded the Ice bucket Challenge that took over the interwebs in 2014 succumb today to Ami, a traffic lateral sclerosis. The disease. He worked so tirelessly to combat There were 20 million videos posted his part of the challenge, including this from Bill Gates. I'm here. Joined the people bringing attention to Lou Gehrig's disease by taking a less ice bucket challenge. The challenge raised over $220 million for a less research. Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano said during the season of Thanksgiving, we're forever grateful for pets, courage, compassion and leadership. I.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Manhattan Bridges is a better alternative. Our next traffic update in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. Thank you very much. Elliot. Now here's meteorologist Danielle Middle in the WCBS Weather Center. Plenty of clouds around for this afternoon. Some patchy drizzle conformed late in the day. The high for this afternoon 53 14 night rain and drizzle often on temperatures fairly steady for the evening and solely rising later tonight. Tomorrow we'll have some rain and drizzle still, for the morning hours and the return of some sunshine for the afternoon, turning blustery tomorrow. 11 early high of 56. The temperatures fall in the afternoon of risk and colder day for Tuesday, despite a good deal of sun 46 degrees. Overcast and 55 Huntington Station, You've got some light Drizzle and 51 in new city overcast and 56 in Bayside. There's some fog and mist in Stanford, where it's 51, light Rain and 55 in Long Island City. And in Central Park wins out of the east at seven miles an hour Humidities 87% like rain and 55 degrees. WCBS news time 9 50. 37 year old Pat Quinn of Yonkers, who co founded the ice bucket Challenge that took over the interwebs in 2014 Succumb today. Toe Ami, a traffic lateral sclerosis, the disease, he worked so tirelessly to come back. There were 20 million videos posted as part of the challenge, including this from Bill Gates. I'm here. Joined the people bringing attention to Luke Gehrig's disease by taking a less ice bucket challenge. The challenge raised over $220 million for a less research. Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano said during the season of Thanksgiving, we are forever grateful for Pat's courage, compassion and leadership. I.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"For 60 bucks a month. That's pretty good. Yeah, you know, we we do have to set realistic expectations because we are available. 24 7 like if you have an issue at seven PM calling for my pinkeye, it's 7 30. Well, I won't answer the phone, then you know, we have patients that send us messages at 8 P.m., because that's what They remember that they need their thyroid medicine refilled so they'll send me a text. I'll read it. I'm not responding to it, but I'll get to it the next morning. You know, I've been doing this on this practice for over a year and a half, and we have well over 400 patients that we take care of, which is much better than my insurance based 3000 that I used to be responsible for, so I actually know people's names. It's pretty great. But in that year and a half, I've had less than five phone calls after hours, and that includes begins. You know, it's It's nice that we have that time to actually talk to them like humans, Monica, You know, I see a lot of patients that come Tow us that I consider to be underinsured. They save and scrap and research and then pay for these insurance plans that are like terrible $10,000 deductibles and all sorts of stuff 100 bucks a month, and they're still scared to even use it. Those are the people that I think are ideally suited for it. I think when you have kids, it's nice to have a direct primary care relationship. But I also think that if you have if you're older, and you're sicker that it's also nice testament is going to be able to spend 30 or 60 minutes, making sure you're on the right. Meds, and it almost seems like really well worth it. So for my own parents who don't live here, I've actually purchased for them a direct primary care relationship because I want them to be able to get taken care of and not worry about whether the doctor takes Medicare this or that of the other. Sure, so we actually have quite a few Medicare patients. I've opted out of Medicare so that we can infect still build them. But it's for that exact reason they are just done being seen for three minutes. It can only bring up one, maybe two issues that they're having. And especially for some of those patients. It's hard for them to get to the office. And so they appreciate the fact that their appointments with me are never less than 30 minutes. Never never, especially for my patients that I no need that extra time I make him for 60 minutes because I'm not doing favor service and I don't have toe see 30 patients today I'm able to take that time with them. So we have a lot of families because we have the moms who are like my kids pulling on his ear. Do I call the pediatrician? Wait on hold, hopefully get an appointment, too. Morrow only to wait in a waiting room for 30. Plus minutes that's surrounded by gross kids for pediatrician to tell me. Oh, Yep, Nope. Your kids find and then charge me What 130 bucks for that visit, or they can text me say, Hey, Jonny's pulling on his ear. Can I stop in? Sure. Absolutely. I actually looked at a kid's ears while he was sleeping in his car seat the other day. Why get him out? How is a DPC model different than say, I've I p medical books. So the difference Dream Director McCarron Concierge medicine is Thekla per month. Esso in concierge medicine. You're usually looking at 1000 to $1200 per month for access to that provider. Typically, concierge medicine will also charge her insurance when they get paid or not. I don't think they really care because they're getting most of their money the other way, but they are going to be the ones that will answer the phone at 9 P.m.. They typically have about 150 patients that they're responsible for. And so it's an even more niche sort of thing. But people just can't afford that, right. It's a zoo. Little affect possible, Monica. Thank you so much for joining us today we're running. The time on this particular segment. We're going to bring you back for another one to talk about lifestyle medicine. If people want to make an appointment or meet you in person, how did they get older? You sure so they could always go to our website where there's a ton of information about what we do, and that's impact. Family wellness dot com You can always call or text or office that number's 5125372177 where they can email me directly at Monica at impact. Family wellness dot com. Well, thank you so much. That will also be on our Facebook Post and Fox News. I'm an Kerik as the Trump campaign continues to claim fraud and pursue legal avenues. Michael Steele with Dominion voting system explains to Fox is America's news headquarters. How the machines work still out there, battling on the touch screen. They're given a printed copy, which they then give to a local election officials for safekeeping, Steele says. In every case checked, the printed ballots have matched the Elektronik machine tally packed Queen co founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge for a lesson. This morning at age 37. He battled Amy Oh traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013, the ice bucket video challenge taking social media by storm in summer. 2014. Quinn, talking with Fox News radio in 2015 is great for the A list community we really needed. A new sense of fight new sense of hope. So far, the challenge raising more than $250 million Worldwide. America's listening to Fox News When you're ready to buy a car your face with Wow. Who can I trust? I'm car, pro Jury..

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Co-founder of viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge dies at 37

The Armor Men's Health Hour

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Co-founder of viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge dies at 37

"The Ice Bucket Challenge for a lesson. This morning at age 37. He battled Amy Oh traffic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease since diagnosis in 2013, the ice bucket video challenge taking social media by storm in summer. 2014. Quinn, talking with Fox News radio in 2015 is great for the A list community we really needed. A new sense of fight new sense of hope. So far, the challenge raising more than $250 million Worldwide. America's listening to

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To July, but US employers still added 1.4 million jobs. National unemployment during the pandemic peaked in April. At 14.7%. Sauron's watching a car fire on the 60. That's what found side in Rubido Approaching Valley Way. Looks like they just credible to extinguish this fire and clear it from the two middle lane and it's cleared after the shoulder, but it's still causing a 20 minute delay from Market Street now heading to crash in Ontario. This is on the 10 westbound just after at a Wanda to crash walking to middle lanes. Their trip comes to almost a complete standstill after you pass. Find this guy is sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff all with more on the 60 way don't need fires in this weather, that's for sure. Indeed, the section I'm talking about now is the West 16 between 657 10. Coming through Monterey Park at around Garfield Wilcox. All that on the downhill side, It was quite a problem in the right lane for a long, long time. I watched it clear just minutes ago. All lanes open my fact that went to the shoulder area around the planet. So it's just gonna be a little flow from Rose beat Boulevard again up over that hill. And then once you get going over towards 17, it'll be okay. Little sloth of the East. L A interchange but kind of normal stuff. Eastbound drivers. Good all the way out. And, uh, well going through the east l a interchange in all directions out. Everything going in and out is okay. No crashes. All lines are open. Injured in an accident visit Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bark a F I in the sky. Can't find the sky. Help get you there Faster of Sauron Crump, this hour of the Bill Handel Show brought to you by normal Reeves. Honda Superstores Norm Reeves honda dot com Experimental Medication has shown great promise in slowing the progression of my traffic, lateral sclerosis, or According to research published this week in a random double blind protocol patients who were given the medication maintained higher scores on assessments.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Medical Mysteries

Medical Mysteries

09:59 min | 11 months ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Medical Mysteries

"To breathe her muscles in her chest barely had any strength to rise up and allow more Aaron. Each breath came in shallow and raspy. Her time was drawing to a close and she knew it slowly over a couple of days. She succumbed to her illness and passed away. Her death was heartbreaking but charcoal was used to these sorts of tragedies almost all of his patients died but he did his best to bring meaning out of their loss that meant learning everything he could even after death marines body was brought into an operating theatre where Chicago ended. Assistant performed an autopsy. They made an incision along her sternum and cracked open her chest cavity to get a look at our vital. Marie was thin from malnutrition but her heart and other vital organs appeared to be in fine shape with all of these preliminary observations made. Sharko moved onto what really interested him. Her spinal column in eighteen sixty five. There was a huge debate about how the nervous system worked. No one doubted that. The spinal cord was important to movement. But they still weren't exactly sure how everything worked together. Sharko meant to change that. Maurice Body was repositioned so he could get a better look at her spine. Her bone structure looked fine but he wanted to get a look at what was inside her spinal cord. He carefully cut into the spinal column which is composed of thirty three vertebrae. The Vertebrae are protective coating for the spinal cord. A bundle of nervous tissue that runs the entire length of the backbone. Sharko cautiously saw through bone. Each pass had to be shallow and sure if he cut too deep. He risked destroying valuable sections of the spinal cord after what felt like ours. Sharko managed to cut away the spinal column. He finally had the chance to examine the exposed. Neural tissue and there. He was astonished to Find Grace. Streaking lesions lesions are any kind of cut break or abnormal tissue. And they're not always a sign of illness for example. The Mayo Clinic notes. That scars and birthmarks are both kinds of lesions except healthy. People usually don't have any markings or visible damage to their spinal. Cords Sharko was certain that these lesions had caused Marie symptoms. This discovery was revolutionary. He sketched the abnormalities and described them at length in his records. He noted that they were clustered on the lateral column in simple terms. If you were to look at the spinal column from above you'd see it's shaped like a thick ex. There are two branches in front called the Anterior Horn into in the back. The Posterior Horn on either side of the ax is the lateral calm. Murray's lesions were mostly on the lateral column of the spine. This was difficult to explain Sharko. Couldn't imagine what sort of disease would damage the front of the spine while leaving the middle and back alone. He was an uncharted territory. The field of neurology was still in its infancy and there weren't any firm theories about what lesions on the spinal cord could mean. Sharko assumed the lesions had caused Merisi illness but he knew that one individual symptoms didn't make for a solid theory. He needed to repeat the findings and that meant dissecting another person who died of the same condition for the next four years. Sharko kept seeing patients studying and documenting countless conditions. But all the while he kept an eye open for someone with symptoms that matched. Meri's however the illness was apparently very rare because he struggled to find patients who fit the profile not until eighteen sixty nine. When Sharko had another breakthrough unlike Marie who gradually lost her mobility this patient had presented with paralysis as a child but when Sharko performed his usual he noticed that this person had the same kind of lesions on their spinal cord. The one difference they were on a different part of the spine the anterior horn or the front part of the eggs. Once again Sharko didn't know where the lesions had come from or why they clustered around one spot but every new piece of evidence helped him get closer to an answer from these. Two examinations Sharko developed a hypothesis. He theorized that the nervous system had two basic functions. I the brain sends signals to the spinal cord second. The information traveled from the spinal cord to the rest of the body. At least that was how things worked in a healthy person but if those signals got interrupted say by lesions on the spinal cord then a person wouldn't be able to move correctly the location of the lesions determine the specific nature of the patient's impaired mobility in eighteen seventy four. He published his studies and dubbed the New Disease Amaya Trophic lateral sclerosis or a LS. He was the first doctor to show a detailed blink between these symptoms and underlying physical condition rather than purely a psychological one. Despite his revolutionary findings Sharko was still missing a crucial piece of the puzzle. He didn't know what had caused lesions so the next step was to look at which traits his patients shared to see if he could find common cause both of his patients had been women but Sharko didn't think gender played a role in their illness after all he was working at the women's wing of the hospital so it was possible there were male patients. He just wasn't seeing after further research he also ruled out race as a potential factor. But he still didn't know what did cause L. ASS and without knowing the origin he couldn't come up with a cure instead he had to rely on and error. Sharko was a big proponent of using hypnosis to treat his neurological patients and he was having limited success but only in those that had what we know as psychological conditions sadly since patients with LS lesions on their spinal cord. Hypnotherapy did nothing for their symptoms although Sharko didn't know how to treat them. His discovery of the spinal lesions had been huge at the end of his life in eighteen ninety three. His findings were widely accepted all over the world. Since he'd been so diligent with his notes. Physicians knew the symptoms to look for to diagnose patients with AOL S. Most patients were like Marie. They'd start out feeling fine but then slowly grow weak over time. They lose control over their muscles and deteriorate until they stop breathing other patients lost control over their voluntary motor functions. While they are weaker they'd find themselves shaking or spasm ing some would start laughing or crying unable to stop doctors could diagnose from these symptoms but they still didn't know exactly what the lesions were doing nor could they figure out the significance of their location on the spinal column. Why did they appear in different places and triggers such different symptoms while they looked for solutions? Their patients were dying. Doctors remained powerless to stop the condition on top of that the general public was mostly unaware of the illness. So there was little pressure for more research but that was all about to change in the spring of Nineteen thirty nine. One of the greatest baseball players of all time was diagnosed with a LS and he changed the dialogue around the disease forever. Coming up all star first baseman Lou GEHRIG becomes the first face of LS now back to the story in eighteen. Seventy four forty eight year old. John Martin Sharko. A world renowned doctor published the first ever study on a Maya traffic lateral sclerosis or ls. The condition caused by lesions on the patient's spinal column leads to slow muscular deterioration then ultimately death while Dr Shark who discovered the illness. He was unable to figure out what caused the lesions or to cure them but he laid a groundwork that countless neurologists would follow over fifty years of study. They were frustratingly few breakthroughs and by the early twentieth century. There was still no treatment or cure while the disease was well known within the medical community the vast majority of people had never heard of it. This relative obscurity made it nearly impossible to get proper funding for further research. But that was about to change thanks to a celebrities diagnosis.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm just reading this text message here this is John over hydration changes the electrolyte balance your potassium et cetera and that can be a real problem for and then somebody who was the marathon runner several years ago who drowned all right gosh that's right yeah somebody else takes it in for your ongoing water discussion a friend of mine's cardiologists put her on water restriction because her eight glasses a day of water routine had depleted her sodium level into the danger zone if you have so much water then you your your PH balance or whatever your sodium balances off and you got to be mindful of that too and then somebody else said Hey John I'm what would have this person described himself somebody said they were some sort of nutritionist and that there's no magic number of the amount of ounces of water should be consuming like everybody says okay if I hit eight I'm good if I do ten thousand steps I'm good Bryson said in his book I mentioned this yesterday and I will again do you sometime if I see randomly on the street ten thousand steps there there's no magic number that there's no ha moment where you're now healthier walking more is better than not working at walking at all but there's no magic number nothing use especially itchy when you get to ten thousand in fact he said if you do twenty two hundred steps a day if you if you get a mile and a day they'll be better than the average person by a long shot so we were talking about this earlier L. help me with this now it's and by the way the winner of the hip hop show acts the Dickens classic is online one and we are we are not Langland tenure on WGN radio hates him how are you Sir good thanks for calling two brothers Christmas Carol the hip hop twist on the Charles Dickens classic is that the Chicago Shakespeare theater have you been there before I had been there you you buy power by five years ago he was not there yeah all right well I got some tickets for you say hi they'll make sure we get your shoe size in all the right information and have a great time bring a friend okay yeah he certainly is Tim thanks for listening so much okay have a good day now if I put him back on hold and I'll pick up the phone with Julie sharp hi Julie it's John Williams how are you hi John I'm great how are you doing today to you the president and CEO of the LS associations greater Chicago chapter I want to make sure I get Peter's last name correctly is afraid he's ladies and yeah I'm just reading a short story in The Boston Globe Pete Freddy's was looking for a fastball as he stood at the plate in a men's league game one August evening in two thousand eleven the pitch struck his left wrist the lingering injury led to ignite a diagnosis months later of and now how do you say the ammo traffic lateral sclerosis is that it that's correct also known as Lou Gehrig's disease the devastating news left him determined to help find a cure even if it arrived too late to save him he died on Monday at the age of thirty four in his Beverly home though his work helped raise millions of dollars by popularizing the ice bucket challenge his impact on a Ellis research will be felt for generations so were were you with the organization when this all happened I sure what it was an amazing how for the individuals living with a a lot for their families for many of you may know that at the definitive neuromuscular disease and over time one of the aspects on that can be a factor this is how you lose your voice so for a less well known disease that affection in only about fifteen thousand individuals annually he brought world ride recognition and we were the talk of the world for about five months which is just amazing and such a gift to the ALS community for those who are part of it involved in it one of the things we hear over and over how come folks don't know about a alas and how devastating it is and he and another gentleman tax plan and another individual really well it to the forefront and everyone was partaking over seventeen million ice bucket challenges that occurred during that time frame and believe me we partook in in quite a few of them here and it was a really it was a rallying cry for the community and for the world to come together to understand this disease couple of my listeners reminded me that I guess the way it works is if you don I challenge you and if you don't write a check then you have to dump the water on or somebody'll dump ice on your head that pretty much everybody who done the ice bucket on themselves or had it done to them wrote a check out everybody was just having fun with it calling out other people to do the same ride absolutely and it was so it has a wonderful time for our families to because they were they were taking the opportunities to gather at their home in a helicopter in isolating disease so for the world to come together and their friends and families and I have that sense of joy while also having ice dumped on you and let me tell you it is cold and you never you were never prepared for that but if I hit you it was it was just such a galvanizing wonderful experience for the families and it raised a tremendous amount of money which has had a huge impact you start in the research development five new genes have been developed percent increase in the clinics that are sponsored by the ALS association which allows for access to patient you can have a life altering quality enhancing I wanted to ask you a little bit more about that by the way though before we get to that it my son this Boston globe story I don't know if anybody's really able to say exactly how much money was donated because maybe some of that money was going to come in anyway but they estimated that it was over two hundred twenty million dollars went to Ellis research as a result is that number sound about right it sure does this is surprising but if I have something is awful as say a LS if enough people don't need it then it'll always be hard for me to make back that one point five billion dollars so as a result of that I either have to make the drug wildly expensive which makes it an accessible or I just don't develop the drug because there's no profit motive and therefore it's an accessible so it's kind of a catch twenty two for somebody like you isn't it it sure does I will say one of the things we were able to bring to market was a nasty a guidance document which is the first ever document that helps them for development and trials and access and more it also has allowed us to invest in helping flooring heart touching research companies to the table different discussions and maybe there's already trucks sitting on a shelf that for one reason or another just haven't been brought to market it maybe they just need help getting it passed that goal post in your once started sitting out there that can make a huge difference and and you are correct but the same time there are some amazing things that are happening and there's ways that you can look at targeting certain genes that may make it more accessible down the road it may be different types of a alas too not just like cancer there's a lady different types of cancer that have been discovered there's not just one form of a alas show finding out what does bio markers are with those genes are and they go again and maybe looking at technologies and therapies that combined to win a target maybe we'll have we will I'm not gonna say maybe we will have characters on the horizon and treatments on the horizon I'm very encouraged by the natural now for nearly fourteen years and what has been happening in the research arena it's just remarkable in a real catalyst and that was the ice bucket which brought to the forefront of you know the physicians and clinicians and researchers I had a question about where that is right now I I'm gonna take a quick commercial break and come back with you let's finish this conversation on the other side I'm also glad that you mention to the how isolating an illness like this can be I guess any of them can be but maybe this particularly and the idea that we were all now acting silly and having fun and raising money and not celebrating this disease but at least recognizing these different people and saying they're out there and and we're supporting you in the craziest way we can and maybe the most important way we can do I never thought about it in those terms and I'm glad you reminded us of of that as well Julie sharps with the ALS association here in Illinois so just one last question then about what kind of research is going on are we looking for a pill are we looking for a procedure let's finish this conversation in a minute this W. holiday.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Dominant traits this is particularly true for the neurodegenerative disorders many such disorders have dominantly inherited genetic forms and are not reversible with current therapies one example is a maya traffic lateral sclerosis al s approximately fifteen percent of cases can currently be attributed to dominant high penetrations gene variants and many more air less causing genes probably remain to be discovered there are four approaches to suppressing the toxic effects of ideological genes the use of micro rna or anti sense all ago nuclear tides for ablation of the rna transcribed from the gene reduction of the burden of the mutant protein interference with the transcription process with the use of small molecules and somatic cell mutagenic says that is back mutating the gene in the appropriate non germline cells to its wild type form several reports have documented that the first three of these methods are feasible the great advantage of the last approach is that correction of the mutant dna eliminates downstream abnormalities and is at least in theory a one time intervention however somatic cell muda genesis has been allusive in a recent study investigators used the crisper cast nine complex to diminish levels of mutant sod one in a mouse model of a ls and found delay disease onset and improved survival divisions new and old conscience and religious freedom at hhs a perspective article by lisa harris from the university of michigan and arbor in january the us department of health and human services hhs announced the creation of its conscience and religious freedom division explaining that it will allow hhs office of civil rights to more vigorously and effectively enforce existing laws protecting the rights of conscience and religious freedom and will ensure that no one is coerced into participating in activities that would violate their consciences such as abortion sterilization or assisted suicide responses were as expected religious conservatives hailed the new division as a needed intervention public health and clinical leaders and advocates decried it worrying about it's impact on access to care.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on Here & Now

"Absolutely and walmart's online operations have become very successful too so they're not giving up the fight in this competition as you say still a giant company so any company that big has the cash has the money to take a chance on something like this and try to really expand outward into into a different industry so it's it's in a way it's a very surprising deal but in a way it's also not when you think of the trends in both industries as my greg in senior editor at bloomberg news mike thank you thank you jeremy another interesting fact some ninety five percent of us consumers shopped at a walmart store or on its website in two thousand sixteen that's according to npr lisa genova writes novels about neurological conditions you might see written about in medical journals she authored the book that became the movies still alice film starring julianne moore is a harvard professor who gets early onset alzheimer's disease her other books feature characters who struggle with huntington's disease autism and traumatic brain injury conditions that can leave people feeling other and alone she's just released a book about amu traffic lateral sclerosis or ls lou gehrig's disease it attacks the motor neurons in the brain and the spinal cord and takes away the ability to walk chew bathe yourself and breathe jehovah's book is called every note played by astor how this disease became her next focus why ls ls why al s richard glasser who was the co writer of the script and co director of the films still alice was diagnosed with als just two months before he read my book and decided that the last thing that he would do in his lifetime here is make this film and so i got to know richard in the course of writing the script and directing the film i got to be on the set and shortly after we were done filming i asked him if i could write about ls next in his honor and so he became the first person i i knew well with this disease so he was able to help you through his death as he was directing this film about alzheimer's he was able to introduce you to a ls through his own experience.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And on facebook the doctor dolly show so famed physicist stephen hawking has left us at the age of apologize i just had his age seventy six years old he had died peacefully at home with his family from what we understand dying fifty five years after he was being given only two years to live defying odds after having been diagnosed the sixties with this motor neuron disease that we've talked about and he with traffic lateral sclerosis something that was highlighted with the ice bucket challenge the having lou gehrig's disease and living as long as he was able to was a miracle nothing short of a miracle and he leaves three children lucy robert and tim and he had contributed so much to science and has left a legacy and it just it just baffled those of us where he was using crutches in the sixties and then he used a wheelchair and he tried to fight it and he was able to fight us a wheelchair for the longest time and mba traffic laterals roses destroys nerves to the point where eventually your nerves that deal with functions such as breathing don't work anymore and usually the progression of the disease is a lot faster and not only for him to live long with this disease but also to do the work that he did in science and physics with black holes in the mathematics of black holes and.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Radio station newsradio wgm j milwaukee from abc news i'm dave packer the special congressional election in pennsylvania too close to call this morning only a few hundred votes separate the candidates and with more absentee ballots to count still the democrats declaring victory supporters of connor lamb cheered well into the morning when the counting stopped the democrat was leading republican rick succumb by fewer than six hundred votes there are plenty of outstanding absentee ballots succumbed to make up the difference but supporters here have already seen a victory by showing in a district where democrats didn't even field a candidate in the last two congressional elections abc's aaron katersky atlanta headquarters and libertarian candidate drew miller got less than one percent of the vote but those voters might have tippy election for either sokoto or lamb but miller saying that despite what critics as candidacy helped the democratic process i think i'm the one that everybody's talking about right now within the next eight hours i'm going to be the most hated man america depending on who wins this election so renowned physicist stephen hawking passed away peacefully at his home in cambridge england this morning at the age of seventy six abc's gloria riviera takes a look back at hawking's alive was born in nineteen forty two early on he displayed a love of science in his early twenties already a physics finorm at cambridge university hockey was first diagnosed with traffic lateral sclerosis.

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"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"traffic lateral sclerosis" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome the new englandjournal of medicine i'mdrmichaelbhirer this weakjuly3rd teamed 2017 gene we feature articles on clothes no matter polices and car nary heart disease yeah per tuesdaymab plus trust use matv in her two positive breast cancer longterm results of the pivot prostate cancer the trial diet and toast go and causespecificmortality crimeancongo agic fever in spainand the march of science a review article on a my traffic lateral sclerosis a case report of a pregnant woman withendo cervical carts noma and perspective articles on targeting conscionable prescription drug price is on the economics of indication base drug pricing and on the chair grantcl nojimeta polices and risk of aathroom sclerotic the vascular disease bysadahro touch jaiswal from the brigham and women'shospitalbostonusing whole exxon sequence singh the authors investigated the associate asian between close no him polices of end german and potential chip and atherosclerotic cardiovascular aziz in 4000 726 participant we the coronary heart disease and 3529 controls inested casecontrol analyses from two prospective cohorts carriers of chips pe had a risk of coronary heart disease that was 1 point nine times as great as in non carriers into retrospective casecontrol cohorts for the evaluation of early on setmikehardiman fortune participants with ship had erased of my cardio infarction that was four times as great as a non carriers mutations indna mt three aat two a sx elle1 and jack to were each individually associated with coronary heart disease he's chip carriers with these mutations also had increased.

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