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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD afternoon news. It's four thirty one on John little bit Suzy Soule's Keller man is being remembered by one of his coaches following his murder outside a nightclub in Albuquerque, Carol dis Austin York has the story. Twenty-three-year-old Jackson Weller was attending the university of New Mexico to play baseball. But before that he went to Nolan Catholic high school in Fort Worth athletic director Rene Ramirez coached Weller during the pitchers senior season and says he was the glue that held the team together. Great humor. All the time and was very good to to teammate, especially senior group, but one that I always admired as well that he always security under players to he says, well, it was the kind of person that always had a smile on his face. There's no word yet on what led up to the shooting. Police are still looking for the shooter Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD authorities in southern Oklahoma arrest. The toll son of a woman found dead last night in Denton. The unidentified suspect was spotted today in Gainesville after a brief chase. He was arrested just up I thirty five in love county. Oklahoma Christian Jones with Denton police. Warrant for tampering with evidence and abuse of corporate will be working with the Tarrant county medical examiner's on to determine the cause of death in any additional charges will come from that police say the victim's body had obvious signs of trauma. The Tarrant county medical examiner is assisting in this case, a twenty one year old Arlington man, pleaded guilty in connection with the kidnapping and rape of UT Arlington student last June Joel Mambi kidnapped a woman as she returned home to the midtown apartments on UTA boulevard at the time of the kidnapping the gate was left open after a vehicle crashed into it Manby pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery aggravated kidnapping and aggravated sexual assault. A presentencing investigation is underway. In Mambi will be sentenced in July. He remains behind bars in Tarrant county jail. Dallas woman today pleaded guilty to starving pit bull to death in two thousand seventeen sixty nine. Year old janey Jefferson will not serve any time in jail, but the judge gave her credit for three days. She spent before binding out court records show that the Brown and white dog named diamond suffered through a lack of food water and shelter. The Pentagon since aircraft carrier an aircraft carrier group to the Mideast citing unspecific Iran threats CBS news update, the United States is deploying forces to the Middle East, the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN carrier strike group and abolish taskforce is heading to the Persian Gulf. A defense department official tells CBS news Pentagon correspondent David Martin that the US has detected a number of preparations for possible attack on US forces at C N A land via decision to order. This major show force in the Persian Gulf and condition. Explicit frets against Iran was made over the weekend. And it raises the long simmering feud with Iran to a new level of confrontation, CBS news, military consult. Jeff McCausland soon as you start moving large military forces around like this overly tensions are increasing. And there's always the possibility of miscalculation between military forces maneuvering and tight waters around the streets of her moves and the Arabian Sea CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. A Dallas man who used an online social network to recruit. Isis members is facing up to eighty eight years in federal prison, a terrific on forty two year old Siad Rahim guilty of supporting ISIS, and then lying to the FBI. Former federal prosecutor Matthew or wig says the judge in this case Jane Boyle, was US attorney during nine eleven she'll have a very good understanding of it at the same time, she'll set that prosecutor role Assad and and just make a decision based on all of the facts. Though, these do seem to be some very serious facts Rahim was arrested at DFW international airport as he was about to board a flight for the Middle East of Dallas doesn't agree to an atmos- energy rate hike. Dallas city council committee heard a request from atmos- claiming meta three dollars a month increase per household would raise an additional ten million dollars a year. But councilman Phillip Kingston says the company shouldn't be trying to pass on new costs to customers. We're going to have to face down. We're gonna have to deny the rate request protect our rate payers, and it may wind up that we take it in the neck. But at least it will be at least the blame will go to the right people. The ask comes a year. After a twelve year old girl was killed in a gas explosion in northwest. Dallas in the company is still replacing outdated pipelines. The full council will vote on Wednesday of beaming. Prince Harry says he and his wife Megan have a healthy, baby. Boy today more from CBS Teri Okita. It's the news Royal fans in Windsor. And around the world have been waiting weeks for Prince, Harry and his wife, Megan having newborn son and as a first time dad Harry can't stop smiling. I'm so incredibly proud of my wife on every for the parent we'd ever say, you know, you'll you'll babies up through the amazing. But this little thing is is is ABC's full of some just over the moon, the baby boy who is seventh in line to the throne weighed seven pounds three ounces, and Harry and Meghan are still thinking about names. The most amazing experience I can ever possibly imagine. How any woman does will do his beyond.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on KCBS All News

"We bought ciprofloxacin and among Cicilline both vitally important antibiotics used to treat infections all over the world and then without even discussing symptoms. We asked for a bottle of Khalistan the same powerful antibiotic that saved David Ritchie and the babies in the intensive care unit. Mrs clinton. The loss line antibiotic nuclear. Humans aren't the only ones the dosed with Callisto Roman on Luxembourger. Ryan took us to this poultry farm outside Delhi. What's up with a mixed feed with food different types of antibiotics, including Khalistan antibiotics make animals grow foster and stave off infection. It's a practice pioneered in the United States where over a dozen different antibiotics are approved for use in farm animals. So what is the problem with giving these chickens antibiotics? We look around us the chicks heating constantly antibiotics in that feed, which means they have back to being exposed to be antibiotics on a constant basis and constantly selecting for resistance. What does that mean selecting resistance? It means that the bacteria in those chicken of being exposed to antibiotics which kill all the bacteria that sensitive to the antibiotics leaving behind only resistant bacteria, which don't respond to antibodies. So it means these chickens obeying accidentally read to create super bunks because they're being antibiotics every single day of LA's and once a superbug evolves in animals, it can spread to humans through soil mortar and the handling all eating of neat. That's exactly what happened in China when peaks that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MCI one. He arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of one hundred six so they discovered that you'd been infected with bacteria carrying the gene MCI Juan. Became like, a famous person at the hospital facts change within a day or two of that a lot of different doctor for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What are they asking? You were asking me where I've been in the last six months what my travel this, you know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Doctors Saratov was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab at isolated MCI one was first spotted in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff?.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Off the only ones be dosed with Callisto Roman on Luxembourger. Ryan took us to this poultry outside Delhi. What's up where they mixed feed with four different types of antibiotics, including Khalistan antibiotics make animals grow foster and stave off infection. It's a practice pioneered in the United States where for a dozen different antibiotics are approved for use in farm animals. So what is the problem with giving these chickens antibiotics look around us the chicks heating constantly antibiotics in that feed, which means the dead bacteria being exposed to be antibiotics on a constant basis and constantly selecting for resistance. What does that mean selecting resistance? It means that the bacteria in those chicken being exposed to antibiotics which kill all the bacteria that sensitive to the antibiotics leaving behind. Resistant bacteria, which don't respond to about. Means these chickens ABI accidentally bread to create superbox because they're being that about every single day of LA's and once a superbug evolves in animals, it can spread to humans through soil more and the handling all eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Callisto. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with M C all one he arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of one hundred six so they discovered that you've been infected with a 'Bacterial carrying the gene MC one. Became like a famous person at the hospital. It's very strange within a day or two of that a lot of different doctor for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What are they asking? You asking me where I've been in the last six months. What might travel this? You know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease, Dr Sarah. Was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab at isolated MCI one was spotted in impedes in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked us up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something that maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up, and it just colonized his after intestinal cracked the centers for disease control is now trekking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. This superbug is still in a region system and with Callisto now no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that confi. Fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still woods what would happen. Then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without it? Told that. Some people might hit this and think well, the the best way to protect myself is just to not travel to India not travel to other developing countries resistant bacteria that a developed in the United States that are susceptible to you know, this is a global problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single place as an individual. I have any impact on this problem using individual can have a huge impact by first recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately is going too far Moham than good. So even if you didn't care about resistance foot other people might consider the fact that the antibodies won't work for.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Here is the money to pay the Bill. Can we get some? Just a few dollars. We bought ciprofloxacin and amongst the ceiling. Both vitally important antibiotics used to treat infections all over the world and then without even discussing symptoms. We asked for a bushel of Callisto the same powerful antibiotic that saved David Ritchie and the babies in the intensive care unit. Mrs clinton. The loss line antibiotic. Humans aren't the only ones be dosed with Callisto Roman on Luxton. Ryan took us to this poultry farm outside Delhi. What's up with a mixed feed with four different types of antibiotics, including Khalistan antibiotics make animals grow foster and stave off infection. It's a practice pioneered in the United States. Where a dozen different antibiotics are approved for use in farm animals. What is the problem with giving these chickens antibiotics? Look around us the chicks heating constantly the antibiotics in that feed, which means the day back to being exposed to be antibiotics on a constant basis and concert me selecting for resistance. What does that mean selecting for resistance? It means that the bacteria you in those chicken being exposed to antibiotics which kill all the bacteria that a sensitive to the antibiotics leaving behind only resistant bacteria, which don't respond to antibodies. So it means these chickens ABI accidentally read to create super bunks because they're being antibiotics. Every single day abilities and once a superbug evolves in animals, you can spread to humans through soil mortar and the handling all eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MC L one. He arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of a hundred and six so they discovered that you've been infected with the 'Bacterial carrying the gene MC L one. Became famous person at the hospital very change within a day or two of that a lot of different doctors for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What were they asking? You asking me where I've been in the last six months what my travel this, you know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Dr Sarah turbot was worried the infection could spread so she put her Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab at isolated MCI. One was I voted in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked us up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and share one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something. That maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up, and it just colonized his gastrointestinal cracked the centers for disease control is now tracking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. The superbug is still in a Regan system and with Callisto now no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still would what would happen then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without it? Untold that. Some people might hit this and think well, the the best way to protect myself is just not travel to India not travel to other developing countries resistant bacteria that had developed in the United States. So that you're susceptible to you know, this is a global problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single place as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem? Using individuals can have a huge impact by recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately used to follow Mohammed, then good. So even if you didn't care about resistance foot other people might consider the fact that the antibiotics won't work for you. When you really need them..

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

13:39 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Football's a game. But it's not about a collection of talent. It's the building of a team. And how those teams come together is really important. And that's what I've learned from Walsh. That's what I've learned from Davis. And I really learned it from Bill Belichick. Hi, I'm Michael Lombardi. My new podcast is the GM shuffle. And I am going to take you inside the game. And you're gonna learn about football. From unique perspective football is chess on grass, and I think I understand the chess game subscribe on apple podcast radio dot com or wherever you get your shows. Win anti-biotics were first used in the nineteen forties. They were a revolution in medicine before that diseases like new Monja and to book your closest while often a death sentence, and even an infected scratch could be fatal since then antibiotics have saved hundreds of millions of lives. But now many of these drugs are becoming ineffective. Scientists say it's a problem of our own making we've used antibiotic so freely some 'Bacterial have mutated into so called superbugs they've become resistant to the very drugs designed to kill them. A study commissioned by the British government estimates that by twenty fifty ten million people worldwide could die each year from antibiotic resistant bacteria that's more than currently die from cancer to understand the danger posed by superbugs we start with the story of David Ritchie. In two thousand and eleven at the age of nineteen David Ritchie volunteer to teach oftens in Calcutta. India his walk to work run alongside these train tracks. I remember the trains when they would pass by really close to and I caught my sleeve and threw me in front of it. How far will you dragged fall probably about fifty meters? And was the pain immediate my leg was pinned between two of the wheels. And soon as I tried to stand up and realize that in my leg was like hamburger reach e survived the amputation of his leg and a medical evacuation home to Seattle only for his doctors to discover a microscopic organism that could kill him. My doctor said David I need tell you something really hard. You have an infection. We've never seen before doctors in the US hadn't seen much of this. They'd never seen it. They didn't they didn't even know how to treat it the infection growing in. Side reaches leg was caused by bacteria with genetic mutations. The turn them into superbugs resistant to nineteen different antibiotics. His doctor told us that in desparation he had to reach back in time to an antibiotic cold collision that was discovered in the nineteen forties for decades. It was rarely used because in high doses. It can cause irreversible organ damage Ritchie suffered kidney failure three times. What did it do to? You felt like my organs were disintegrating. It just felt really really strange something. I'd never felt before like I was dying from the inside out. But after six months, the Khalistan helped beat back reaches in fiction, and he learned to walk again. We went to the neighborhood with a superbug that nearly killed. David Ritchie was found in two thousand and nine in Delhi. India? Ramadan. Lux Minna Ryan is an economist and is senior research scholar at Princeton University. He's been tracking the rise of superbugs for twenty years. He says what happened to reach. It was more than just bad luck. It was the result of misuse of antibiotics. We've took for granted we taught that we could use them like sugar pills that they were safe. And that resistance was just something that biologists watered about that. You'd ever actually seen real life eve code antibiotics a shared global resource. What do you mean by that? It's a lot like, you know, the fish in the ocean. If you fish, there's less fish for everyone else every time you use antibiotics there's less effectiveness for everyone else. There's a front line in the fight against superbox. It's in places like this the Neo Natal. The intensive care unit. Chuck narrow children's hospital in New Delhi sixty thousand Indian babies a dying every year from drug resistant infections. He's a little boy, and he has a has an infection. Doctor mom touch. Judge told us the antibiotics she routinely used ten years ago on no longer effective. That's forced her to use Khalistan the toxic lost line antibiotic given to David Ritchie. So he has an infection and the only antibiotic that it sensitive to is kalispell is to that's the only antibiotic that will work, and is he likely to recover. Yeah. So he's improve as improving the baby's improving. This started opening the eyes looking here and there and hopefully by tomorrow will pick him out of the ventilator. That's good news for this baby. But the World Health Organization warns our arsenal of antibiotics is running out, and we could be. Facing a post antibiotic era much of what we consider modern medicine depends on antibiotics it's not just about newborns, dying of infections and Fatah. We places are the modern medical procedures that we take for granted that simply wouldn't be possible. If we didn't have access to effective antibiotics everything that we think of whether it's cancer chemotherapy transplants, hip, replacements, knee, replacements. Colorado surgery, all of these require effective antibiotics to perform. Do you understand how quickly bacteria become resistant to even the most powerful drugs? We Bizet at Harvard University biologist, Michael bane. He showed us an experiment. I on in the lab of ROY ca schone on what looks like a miniature football field. Bain pause. A solution containing ciprofloxacin Cipro a broad spectrum antibiotic this has no. This one. This one has just over with the bacteria are able to survive should kill them. It should kill them. The next ten times as much okay? A hundred times as much. Table contains a thousand times more Cipro than bacteria should be able to survive then beim drops E coli bacteria at both ends of the table. There about a million bacteria and that little Trump that little drop. So the bacteria started both sides and they race to the center in just a few days, some of the e-coli bacteria figure out how to resist the Supra and survive in what should be a deadly environment. And if you look very closely right here, they're starting to grow into the center, which is by far the strongest antibiotic the strongest within you would ever give to a patient. Exactly. And yet the beginning to evolve to mutate, this is Evelyn happening. Each one of these little things that you see on it. That's a mutant. That's a mutant that's developed resistance and started to grow. That means that the e coli has already outwitted. Cipro in twelve days. Each time we take an antibiotic bacteria can develop the same kind of resistance in our bodies. Which is why the over use of the drugs is so dangerous Americans are among the highest consumers of antibiotics in the world. More than two hundred fifty million prescriptions are written every year, one third of them unnecessary. According to the centers for disease control. And in India and many other developing countries antibiotic use is on the rise, and you can often by the drugs over the counter. No prescription replied your average person in Delhi would buy their medicine. All you need. Here is the money to pay the Bill. Can we get some Renfrew? Rent-free just a few dollars. We bought ciprofloxacin and amoxicillin both vitally important antibiotics used to treat infections all over the world and then without even discussing symptoms. We asked for a bottle of Khalistan Callisto the same powerful antibiotic that say David Ritchie and the babies in the intensive care unit. Mrs clinton. The loss line antibiotic stops a nuclear. Humans aren't the only ones being dosed with Callisto Roman unlocks Minna. Ryan took us to this poultry farm outside Delhi. Up where they mix the feed with four different types of antibiotics, including Khalistan antibiotics make animals grow foster and stave off infection. It's a practice pioneered in the United States where over a dozen different antibiotics are approved for use in farm animals. So what is the problem with giving these chickens antibiotics you look around us? The chicks are eating constantly the antibiotics in that feed, which means that the their bacteria are being exposed to the antibiotics on a constant basis and constantly selecting for resistance. What does that mean selecting for resistance? It means that the bacteria in those chicken are being exposed to antibiotics which kill all the bacteria that are sensitive to the antibiotics leaving behind only resistant bacteria, which don't respond to antibiotics means these chickens obeying accidentally bread to create superbox because they're being antibiotics every single day of their lives and wants a superbug evolves. In animals, it can spread to humans through soil water and the handling or eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed a genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Ariga n- became one of the first Americans to be found with MCI one. He arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of one hundred six so they discovered that you've been infected with a bacteria carrying these. Gene, MC one. Became like a famous person at the hospital. It's very strange within a day or two that a lot of different doctors for coming in to visit me asking me a lot of questions. They were asking me where I've been in the last six months, what might travel is. You know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease, Dr Sarah tournament was worry the infection could spread so she put her Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab had isolated MCI. One was I voted in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked us up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and MTR one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something that maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up, and it just colonized his gastrointestinal tract the centers for disease control is now tracking MCI one and told us they have found. Isolated cases in nineteen states. The superbug is still in a Reagan system and with Callisto now no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still works what would happen. Then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without it? Some people might hear this and think well the best way to protect myself is just to not travel to India not travel to other developing countries Biddle resistant bacteria that developed in the United States of that you're susceptible to this is a global problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single place as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem using individual can have a huge impact by first recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately is going to do far more harm than good. So even if you didn't care about resistance for other people might consider the fact that the antibiotics won't work for you. When you really need them.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Day of and once a superbug evolve in animals, it can spread to humans through soil mortar and the handling all eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan the findings first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MC L one. He arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of one hundred six so they discovered that you've been infected with bacteria carrying the gene MCI one. Became like a famous person at the hospital. It's very strange within a day or two that a lot of different doctor for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What are they asking? You asking me where I've been in the last six months. What my travel this? You know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Dr Sarah was worried the infection could spread so she put our Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab had isolated MCI one was forced boated in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked this up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something that maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up, and it just colonized his after intestinal tract the centers for disease control is now trekking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. The superbug is still in a region. System and with Callisto now, no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still would what would happen then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without it? Some people might hit this and think while the the best way to protect myself is just to not travel to India not travel to the developing countries resistant bacteria that developed in the United States that you're susceptible to this is a global problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single place as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem using individual can have a huge impact by recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately to far Mohammed than good? So even if you didn't care about resistance foot other people might consider the fact that the antibiotics won't work for you. When you need them. You're listening to sixty minutes on all news, seven forty and FM six nine KCBS..

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To create superbox because they're being asked about every single day of their lives. Superbug evolves. In animals, it can spread to humans through soil. Mosa and the handling or eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Callisto. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MC one he arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of one hundred six so they discovered that you've been infected with a backdoor carrying the gene MC one. Became like a famous person at the hospital. Thanks change within a day or two that a lot of different doctors coming into visit me asking me a lot of questions. What are they asking? You were asking me where I've been in the last six months, what my travel is, you know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Dr Sarah was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab at isolated MCI one was I put it in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something. That maybe wasn't well cooked or picked it up, and it just colonized his gastrointestinal tract the centers for disease control is now tracking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. This superbug is still in a Regan system and with Callisto now no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still would what would happen then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without it? I've been told that. Some people might hear this and think well, the the best way to protect myself is just not travel to India not travel to other developing countries resistant bacteria that developed in the United States of that you're susceptible to you know, this is a global problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single case as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem using individual can have a huge impact by recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately too far more harm than good? So even if you didn't care about resistance for other people might consider the fact that the antibodies won't work for you. When you really.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Day of their lives. Superbug evolves. In animals, it can spread to humans through soil. More and the handling all eighteen of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fade Khalistan developed a genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Callisto. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MC one he arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of a hundred six so they discovered that you've been infected with the 'Bacterial carrying the gene MC one. Became like a famous person at the hospital. It's strange within a day or two that a lot of different doctors coming into visit me asking me a lot of questions. What were they asking? You were asking me where I've been in the last six months, what my travel is, you know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Dr Sarah was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab at isolated MCI one was spotted in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in it's entirely possible that he picked this up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something. That maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up, and it just colonized his gastrointestinal tract the centers for disease control is now tracking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. This superbug is still in a Reagan system and with Callisto now no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still woods what would happen. Then right now that's by last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without it told that? Some people might hit this and think while the the best way to protect myself. It's just to not travel to India not travel to the developing countries bacteria that developed in the United States that your susceptible to this is a problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single place as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem? Using individuals can have a huge impact by first recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately is going to follow home. Then good. So even if you didn't care about resistance foot other people might consider the fact that the antibodies will work for you when you really need them. He was the worst conversation starter. Whether we're having it's been raining for four days. Yeah. Until he started listening to WBZ NewsRadio ovoid. Storrow drive on the way, home left.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The world and then without even discussing symptoms. We asked for a bottle of Callisto the same powerful antibiotic that say David Ritchie and the babies in the intensive care unit. Clinton listening to the loss lion, antibiotic, absolutely. Humans aren't the only ones be dosed with Callisto Roman unluck Monrovian took us to this poultry outside Delhi where they mixed feed with four different types of antibiotics, including Khalistan antibiotics make animals grow foster and stave off infection. It's a practice pioneered in the United States. Where a dozen different antibiotics are approved for use in farm animals. What is the problem with giving these chickens antibiotics look around us the chicks heating constantly, the antibiotics in that feed, which means they're back to being exposed to be antibiotics on a constant basis and constantly selecting for resistance. What does that mean selecting for resistance? It means that the bacteria in those chicken being exposed to antibiotics which kill all the bacteria that are sensitive to the antibiotics. Leaving behind only resistant bacteria, which don't respond to antibodies. It means these chickens obeying accidentally read to create superbox because they're being antibiotics every single day of allies and wants a superbug evolves. In animals can spread to humans through soil and the handling all eighteen of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MC one he arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of a hundred six so they discovered that you've been infected with about Tirrenia carrying the gene MC one. Became a famous person at the hospital strange within a day or two that a lot of different doctor for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What are they asking? You asking me where I've been in the last six months, what my travel is, you know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Doctor Saratov was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Have you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab at isolated MCI one was spotted in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something. That maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up, and it colonized his after intestinal cracked the centers for disease control is now tracking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. The superbug is still in a Reagan system and with Callisto now no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still woods what would happen. Then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without told that? Some people might hideous and think while the the best way to protect myself is just to not travel to India not travel to the developing countries that are resistant bacteria that a developed in the United States of that you're susceptible to you know, this is a global problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single case as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem using individual can have a huge impact by first recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately is going too far more harm than good. So even if you didn't care about resistance foot other people might consider the fact that the antibiotics won't work for you. When you really need them..

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Here is the money to pay the Bill. Can we get some? Just a few dollars. We bought ciprofloxacin and amoxicillin both vitally important antibiotics used to treat infections all over the world and then without even discussing symptoms. We asked for a bottle of Callisto Clifton the same powerful antibiotic that saved David Ritchie and the babies in the intensive care unit. Mrs Clinton is the loss line antibiotics, absolutely. Humans aren't the only ones be dosed with Callisto Roman unluck amino. Vying took us to this poultry farm outside Delhi. What's up with they mixed feed with four different types of antibiotics, including Khalistan antibiotics make animals grow foster and stave off infection. It's a practice pioneered in the United States. Where a dozen different antibiotics are approved for use in farm animals. So what is the problem with giving these chickens antibiotics look around us the chicks heating constantly, the antibiotics in that feed, which means they're back to being exposed to be antibiotics on a constant basis and constantly selecting for resistance. What does that mean selecting for resistance? It means that the back to you in those chicken being exposed to antibiotics which kill all the bacteria that are sensitive to the antibiotics. Leaving behind only resistant bacteria, which don't respond to antibodies. It means these chickens obeying accidentally bread to create super because they're being antibiotics every single day of LA's and wants a superbug evolves. In animals, you can spread to humans through soil mortar and the handling all eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MCI one. He arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of one hundred six so they discovered that you'd been infected with bacteria carrying the gene MC one. Became like a famous person at the hospital. It's very strange within a day or two that a lot of different doctor for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What were they asking? You asking me where I've been in the last six months. What my travel this? You know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Dr Sarah turbot was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab at isolated MCI one was forced boated in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and share one has been reported in the Caribbean until it's possible that when he was there he ate something that maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up, and it just colonized his gastrointestinal tract the centers for disease control is now trekking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. The superbug is still in a Regan. System and with Callisto now, no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still would what would happen then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without it being told that? Some people might hit this and think well, the the best way to protect myself is just to not travel to India not travel to other developing countries that are resistant bacteria that a developed in the United States of that you're susceptible to you know, this is a global problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single place as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem? Using individuals can have a huge impact by recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately is going too far Mohammed than good. So even if you didn't care about resistance foot other people might consider the fact that the antibiotics won't work for you. When.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Here is the money to pay the Bill. Can we get some? Just a few dollars. We bought ciprofloxacin and amoxicillin both vitally important antibiotics used to treat infections all over the world and then without even discussing symptoms. We asked for a bottle of Callisto the same powerful antibiotic that say David Ritchie and the babies in the intensive care unit. Mrs clinton. The. Loss line, antibiotic, absolutely. Aren't the only ones be dosed week Callisto Roman on Luxemburgo? Ryan took us to this poultry outside Delhi. What's up with a mixed feed with four different types of antibiotics, including Khalistan antibiotics make animals grow foster and stave off infection. It's a practice pioneered in the United States where for a dozen different antibiotics are approved for use in farm animals. What is the problem with giving these chickens antibiotics we look around us the chicks eating constantly antibiotics in that feed? Which means they're back to being exposed to be antibiotics on a constant basis and constantly selecting for resistance. What does that mean selecting for instance, it means that the back to in those chicken of being exposed to antibiotics which kill all the bacteria to sensitive to the antibiotics leaving behind? Resistant bacteria, which don't respond to antibodies. It means these chickens obeying accidentally read to create superbikes because they're being had about six every single day of LA's and wants a superbug evolves. In animals, you can spread to humans through soil mortar, the handling all eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with M L one. He arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of a hundred and six so they discovered that you've been infected with bacteria carrying the gene MCI one. Became like a famous person at the hospital, thanks trained within a day or two that a lot of different doctor for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What were they asking? You were asking me where I've been in the last six months, what might travel this? You know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Doctor Saratov was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab had isolated MCI one was quoted in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and share one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something. That maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up than colonized. His gastrointestinal tract the centers for disease control is now trekking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. The superbug is still in a Reagan system and with Callisto now no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still would what would happen then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without untold that? Some people might hit this and think while the the best way to protect myself is just to not travel to India not travel to other developing countries resistant bacteria that had developed in the United States that you're susceptible to you know, this is a global problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single place as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem? Using individuals can have a huge impact by first recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately is going too far Mohammed than good. So even if you didn't care about resistance for other people might consider the fact that the antibodies won't work for you. When you really need them. I didn't think taking a few of my buddies pain pills would be that big of a deal holding onto an old prescription. Who cares? My grandma was gonna use those pills. Anyway, it wasn't a problem until I was taking them all the time out stories are different. But the outcomes are the same you could save someone's life. It's time to take back. You're on news or expired prescription drugs before they end up lost stolen or simply misused to.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Here is the money to pay the Bill. Just a few dollars. We bought ciprofloxacin and amongst the ceiling. Both vitally important antibiotics used to treat infections all over the world and then without even discussing symptoms. We asked for a bottle of Callisto the same powerful antibiotic that saved David Ritchie and the babies in the intensive care unit. Mrs clinton. But lost line antibody. Aren't the only ones be dosed week Callisto Roman on Luxembourg Ovalles and took us to this poultry farm outside Delhi? What's up with a mixed feed with four different types of antibiotics, including Khalistan antibiotics make animals grow foster and stave off infection. It's a practice pioneered in the United States. Where a dozen different antibiotics are approved for use in farm animals. What is the problem with giving these chickens antibiotics? Around us, the chicks heating constantly antibiotics in that feed, which means they're back to being exposed to be antibiotics on a constant basis and constantly selecting for resistance. What does that mean selecting for resistance? It means that the bacteria in those chicken being exposed to antibiotics which kill all the bacteria that a sensitive to the antibiotics leaving behind only resistant bacteria, which don't respond to about. It means these chickens obeying accidentally read to create superbox because they're being antibiotics every single day abilities. And once a superbug evolves in animals, you can spread to humans through soil mortar and the handling all eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MCI one. He arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of one hundred six so they discovered that you've been infected with bacteria carrying the gene MC one. Became like a famous person at the hospital. It's very strange within a day or two of that a lot of different doctor for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What were they asking? You asking me where I've been in the last six months what my travel this, you know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease. Dr Sarah was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Had you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab had isolated MCI one was forced boated in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it ended up in Jeff it's entirely possible that he picked this up during his travel. I know he's been to the Caribbean and share one has been reported in the Caribbean. And so it's possible that when he was there he ate something. That maybe wasn't well cooked or he picked it up then colonized his after intestinal tract the centers for disease control is now tracking MCI one and told us they have found isolated cases in nineteen states. The superbug is still in a Regan system and with Callisto now no longer an option. He's relying on the one antibiotic lift that can fight it. And if that bacteria became resistant to that one antibiotic that still woods what would happen. Then right now, that's my last line of defense. So you wouldn't survive without it? Told that. Some people might hit this and think well, the the best way to protect myself is just to not travel to India not travel to other developing countries resistant bacteria that had developed in the United States. So that you're susceptible to you know, this is a problem. It doesn't stay confined to any single case as an individual. Can I have any impact on this problem using individual can have a huge impact by first recognizing that taking antibiotics inappropriately to follow home than good. So even if you didn't care about resistance for other people, you might consider the fact that the antibodies won't work for you. When you need them. Every morning. The McDonald's kitchen is a symphony fizzling toasty mcmuffin symphonies. To.

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"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"two thousand seventeen sixty nine year" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Single day of their lives. Superbug evolves. In animals, it can spread to humans through soil. And the handling all eating of meat. That's exactly what happened in China when pigs that were fed Khalistan developed to genetic mutation cold MCI one it makes bacteria resistant to Khalistan. The findings were first published in two thousand fifteen just three years later. MCI one was found in more than forty countries in two thousand seventeen sixty nine year old Jeff Regan became one of the first Americans to be found with MCI one. He arrived at Massachusetts General Hospital delirious and with a fever of one hundred six so they discovered that you've been infected with bacteria carrying the gene MC one. Became like a famous person at the hospital. It's very strange within a day or two of that a lot of different doctor for coming into. Visit me asking me a lot of questions. What were they asking? You were asking me where I've been in the last six months, what my travel is, you know, everything about my life microbiologist and infectious disease doctors Saratov, it was worried the infection could spread so she put a Regan in isolation. Have you ever seen MCI one before we had not this was the first one that our lab at isolated MCI? One was I voted in pigs in China. How does it end up in Jeff? It's a great question. It's not completely clear how it.

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