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"u. s centers disease" Discussed on WTOP
"Nothing to save Main Street businesses or get America's unemployed back to work. The bill headed to the Senate also includes a provision to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour really Luciano. CBS NEWS AH, third US. Covert vaccine is close to getting emergency use approval, adding millions of doses to a still short supply. Tom 40, a panel of government experts, is now recommending approval of the third U. S Covert vaccine one requiring just a single shot and normal refrigeration. Russia, Wollensky is head of the centers. Disease control. This is our path out. We are at the precipice of having another vaccine in our toolbox is the Johnson and Johnson called in 19 vaccine that vaccine expected to be approved and shipping this weekend. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington President Biden and the first lady visit Texas to see the recovery effort after deadly winter storms. Biden finished his visit to storm battered Houston at a federally run vaccination center equipped to administer 6000 shots a day. He praised the active duty members of the Air Force called up to be vaccinators. They're the best. Earlier he visited a Houston food bank. The area's emergency operation Center, where he heard firsthand from survivors of the winter weather that walloped Texas earlier this month. My mother would say she doing God's work at the food bank. He personally think some of the youngest volunteers that CBS is Michael George reporting. CBS is David Martin has the latest on the recent U. S. Airstrikes against Iranian militia in Syria weeks ago, U. S officials say Iranian made rockets were fired at a base in Iraq where American troops are located. This strike was a message to Iran. That is an unambiguous, clear message to anyone in the region about what the stakes are. If you're going toe continue to conduct attacks on our people. Defense officials say the strike was intended as a one and done But that will depend on how Iran and its allies react. David Martin CBS News, the Pentagon Lady Gaga is to French Bulldogs have been found unharmed. L A police say they were stolen by people who shot her dog Walker. He's expected to recover. Police say a woman who appears to be uninvolved with Wednesday night's attack dropped them off at a Los Angeles police station. Lisa, the motive is still unknown..
Illinois orders tighter restrictions on bars, restaurants and gatherings in several Chicago suburbs as coronavirus positivity rates rise
"Causes new restrictions and many of Chicago's suburbs governor Jay Pritzker announced rollbacks at bars and restaurants in dupage Kane Kankakee and will counties that will go back into effect starting Friday morning due to rising cova cases in those areas. The new restrictions will ban indoor service of bars and restaurants and limit any indoor events to twenty five percent of capacity Pritzker says he's basing this decision on scientific studies that prove those organizations act as major centres diseases spread.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Series on Critical Race Theory Okay Against the president's directive. The CDC is the one that they're still about disease right? The center disease control, but they said. They said because racism is a bigger disease than even covet. That's not Thank you thank you. It's not and no one was fired now they stopped it but no one was fired this the first time I've had a chance to ask. When is somebody going to get fired? Why? Haven't you been fired yet. So then yesterday from the same exact reporter. Chris Christopher Rufo, he released yesterday the State Department EPA and va are moving forward with race trainings. In violation of the presidential order the agencies are pressuring staff to denounce their white privilege become co resistors against systematic racism and sign equity pledges. The this is against. A presidential directive. You are a country that you have the administration in rebellion. With the head of the administration. If they don't take the presidential directives, all of those people. Are tied to the cabinet. The cabinet members are the ones that answer to the president and he says, you're doing this. They then go out and tell their staff do this if their staff isn't doing it. You need to keep firing until they do. How is the president supposed to run a country? His own cabinet, his own administration won't listen to what he's doing. This is deep state at it's. At its core. If you teach people they don't have to worry about an elected president. Then, what do they were? Why elected president while elect one if the president who oversees this is his job he oversees all of the departments. That's his job. And if he can't tell them, yes you're going to do this. No you're not going to do this. Then why elected president it's just chipping away at the entire foundation of the country while actor president if when he names a Supreme Court justice gets approved by the elected Senate, you just change all the rules and and make make fifteen supreme court justices. So you can have all of your team in there right? Why? Why bother with any of this? And I think that that's of course part of this plan you've been talking about for a long time is chipping away at these foundations and we've been told how many times that Joe Biden is a return to normalcy? Is He? Doesn't feel like normal does it does it feel like normal when they're gonNA. Add Fifteen Supreme Court justices does it feel feel normal when they're getting rid of the Electoral College? Does it feel normal when they're going to? TERRIP shred every single tradition and you know rule that we've been living under for a couple of hundred years in your race our history you're gonna you're GonNa you're GonNa you're GonNa add states you can get more senators to win votes like this is normal I mean like there and how many people with blue check marks next to their name need to say we're GONNA burn it down I. Think Don Lemon even said last night. We need to burn the whole system down if if they do this like well, that's the return to normalcy you're voting for. That's what you want. Because the clearly, this is not going to stand for it America. They want a civil war they want one all were asking for is a return to the constitution that's it. That's it. We don't have any crazy demands are crazy demands are let's live by the rules that made us America in the first place. Let's live by the Constitution. All of the amendments. Let's live by that. That's what the right is asking for I. DON'T WANNA dictator. I don't know anybody who wants a dictator I want to be left alone by the federal government. When we the federal government, the states can ask for help. But I want the federal government out of my life. How is that radical? That is the definition of American? Back in just a second. Rough Greens. If you own a dog, you haven't watched him or her experience. The absolute pleasure and joy of rough. Greens then when waiting for not only does it taste great? My Dog Licks it out of the bowl and it's like doggie crack. Own. All you hear is just chain hitting the bowl and then it going around the floor. It's so incredibly good for him and it's it's not just good for him in the short term sense rough Greens is in it for the long haul promoting the dogs longevity helping him or her live a fuller healthier life. It's amazing stuff it really is it's not a dog food. It's a supplement has probiotics, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, meg oils, everything that your dog needs and everything sincerely that your dog. LOVES THEY LOVE THIS? So give your dog, the rough Greens fourteen day jumpstart bag today for fourteen ninety five. See The difference in your dog in fourteen days or less go to rough Greens. Are You F- Greens. Dot Com Slash Beck Rough Greens dot com slash back or call eight three three Glenn G. L. E. N. N. thirty three, eight, three, three,.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Invisible. Ray DEMARCO. told the committee that he responded to the email a half hour. Later he said the National Guard didn't have either device Dina Temple Reston NPR news. This is NPR news. Europe is putting fresh pressure on Brazil to combat rising deforestation in the Amazon NPR's Philip. Reeve's reports deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is up sharply this year there's another surge in the number of fires. Now, eight European nations including. Germany, and France have written to the Brazilian government saying it's backsliding on previously strong record of forest protection. The letter says, this makes it increasingly difficult for international businesses seeking deforestation free supply chains Brazil's President Shaya, both NATO has a recco encouraging deforestation. He's placed his veep General Hamilton morale in charge of forest. But says the Europeans simply protecting that trade from outside competition flip reads NPR, News Radio President Trump predicted yesterday vaccine against the corona virus could be available as early as next month. This contradicts his own experts, Dr, Robert, Redfield, the director of the centers. Disease Control and prevention totally. Congressional hearing yesterday vaccine is unlikely to become widely available until next spring or summer. The president said Redfield is confused career prosecutors at the Justice Department are being criticized by their boss Attorney General William barred hold an audience and Michigan they behave as head hunters going after prominent targets for what he called ill-conceived Political Investigations Bar said political employees should have the final say in what cases should be brought. I'm Nora Raum NPR news..
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on KOMO
"7 News Center. Disease. Experts say the Corona virus has mutated and is spreading faster than before almost calling Johnson with details. The new form of the Corona virus first showed up in Europe and has made its way to the U. S. It spreads even faster than the original form, but doesn't seem to be making people any sicker. Dr. Ken Steadman is a Morales gist in professor at Portland State University. And this point seems to be no difference whatsoever with his one very small change. In terms of any kinds of vaccines, and it doesn't seem to make any difference in terms of how much people are getting sick. Now. The new version seems to multiply faster in the upper respiratory tract, the nose, Sinus and throat, which would explain why it passes around more easily. But ultimately, until we have the vaccine, only defense against this virus remains the same. Where a mask, keep your social distance and wash your hands. Carleen Johnson come Oh news as the number of covert 19 cases continues to spike here in Washington. Today's the day businesses must start enforcing the statewide mandatory mask rule. Governor Insley taking to Twitter to say this is not going away, Please mask up. Starting today, people could be stopped from shopping or other errands for not wearing a face mask. No mask. No service order taking effect as Washington set a new record for new cases reported in a single day. Masks aren't required for Children under five or those who have a medical condition just telling employees but you don't have to disclose your condition. That's couples. Lee still reporting there is a Corona virus outbreak in amount in a nursing home. Was we hear from Carlos Frank Lindsay. So far, 21 people have tested positive for covert 19 at the Mira Vista Care Center. That number includes both residents and employees, Skagit County says Once again, we're seeing that the most vulnerable in our community are the most impacted by the Corona virus in that community transmission is still happening. County health officials remind you to always wear a mask in public practice, social distancing and toe washer. Sanitize your hands as often as possible. Frank Lindsay Comeau news Coming up. I'm Ryan Harris, with changes to Seattle so called Amazon tax before the City Council took its final vote. Plus in some parts of the state. The watering hole is open with changes. I'm Brian Calvert with a very different night life experience. Companies have 11 0 for as we check traffic every 10 minutes on the forest. It's time to check in once again for And for Akira Jordan. Here's John Nelson. Yeah, we're looking at a pretty decent drive right now. Looking at the biggest slow traffic around I five in the north bound direction through coma. Also some slow going your joint base. Lewis McChord where we got the speed limit reduced due to an ongoing construction project I 705 on and off ramps at stadium way Gonna be closed for quite some time. Her ongoing roadwork, and this report is sponsored by Wait, Wait. Don't tell me, uh by all City fence. No, no, that's not it sponsored But yeah, Okay. Anyway, this was not sponsors sponsored by me. Okay, Nice kill Moe traffic at 11.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In there and you know they say they don't have you could run over a quarter intelligence heads or tails and then they said what hospital would you like to go to I said the nearest one the voice of health minute with doctor Robert printer of the printer practice the World Health Organization and the center disease control so that were really ignoring the pre diabetic condition that's really where we need to be starting to treat people as to how many people are pre diabetic well that's a shocking number it's about eighty million people that they estimate are pre diabetic that's an including take to type one three nine ninety we've got the asset pandemic that's what you said right we've got thirty five million people who have diabetes only twenty three million people know that eighty million people those with ETS and I've I find that very true because we're constantly telling people what effect there are more people that come into our office that are pre diabetic that art is the fastest growing disease in America it is going way beyond any other type of disease growth schedule your appointment at the pre their practice three one seven eight four eight eighty forty eight the appraiser practice restoring hope have you ever been curious about how acupuncture can benefit your health the printer practice has received the Indy A. list award for best in acupuncture for.
Fourth vaping-related death reported in Michigan
"An adult female has died from a vaping related lung injury it's the fourth vaping related death in Michigan the state isn't releasing further information about the deaths citing confidentiality according to the U. S. centers disease for disease and control they have been nearly three thousand cases of vaping related lung injury reported nationally and sixty four death ms in Michigan there have been seventy three reported cases of vaping related lung
As syphilis invades rural America, a fraying health safety net is failing to stop it
"Him at least let's shift gears as we normally do. So let's just move on. Who'd like to talk about committee, actually, not committee tonight lease but sip bliss. And you know, what for once? We're not kidding. No. We're not in this case. And it's really kind of. I don't know. I haven't heard about syphilis in a while have you now. But apparently it's rapidly spreading in rural America. All right, public health officials saying rule countries countries count hesitate. He said across the midwest and west of becoming the new battleground all right syphilis is still concentrated in cities like San Francisco, right or Landau, right Vegas. It's now spreading to places like Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, and all these all these challenges that are around it because the urban hubs rural populations tend to have obviously less access to the public health resources. Basically, you gonna drive fifty miles going to a hospital. Right. That's why Telehealth is catching on where you could be diagnosed through basically, your computer screen, like a doctor is always you could see you, and you could do and say certain things it doesn't have to travel there. So that's kind of a thing of the future conversation for another time. So that's the. The thing man, and syphilis and less willingness to address it because socially, conservative views towards homosexuality and non marital sex, maybe to want to bring this up. That's right. The numbers have quadrupled since two thousand twelve Missouri alone. Incredible four hundred twenty five cases right now, nearly two thousand that's according to a Kaiser health, they're they're a big deal. Kaiser, so it's amazing. Almost a half of them are outside population centers like Kansas City and Saint Louis there in. In the middle of nowhere. Basically, this is a disease that really should be no longer existing right? This should be like measles. Yeah. It shouldn't even exist in the United States of America. So what's going on? I wonder I mean, it's crazy. I mean ninety nine CDC right centers disease control. They had a plan to eradicate it. And there's only thirty five thousand cases nationwide and now instead, it's it's completely in an opposite direction. And now, there's more than one hundred thousand cases in the rising dramatically. Increasing druggies is a big part of it. This is true.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on KNSS
"Thirteen thirty s s Steve in the morning entertainment news, the blurb with Ted Widmer this morning in yet. Another case of possible sexual misconduct, right? Ed. The head of Warner Brothers is stepping down the CEO and chairman of water brothers is the latest person to be brought down by allegations of sexual misconduct. According to a statement from the studio. Kevin Suji Hora will be stepping down from the position. He's held for the last six years one or media says that Suji horrible no longer be working with the company after. Revealed through a series of text messages that he allegedly promised actress Charlotte Kirk from movies such as oceans, eight favorable movie roles and additions in exchange. First sexual relationship deadline reports that in amendment to a staff Suji horror explained his decision for leaving as being part of Warner Brothers best interest. Mike, Fox News. Let's get up close with the very busy. Ben vereen celebrity profile on twenty winner. Ben vereen semi maybe go daddy. Green is currently on FOX's drama star. And he's also on the road with his own show. He shares what makes the cut in his live performances. These days is a good time. Inspiring time to inspire each other. We need that now today more than ever I'm doing the show and disease a jazz Lincoln center disease club. They're a Fontaine my God. Shall we singing a big band? We'll be doing songs of thanks Dr Sammy Davis junior and a few of the friends of mine, and it's going to be quite an evening starts April fourth through the seventh. This show goes on from there to other cities. He spoke about his favorite part of having that audience interaction. The wonderful thing about having showed us not scripted is that I can take the time to explain things to talk and share with them intimate stores. Yes, we move along the jury.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on KNSS
"Thirty five how about entertainment news. The blurb. Ted Woodward this morning in yet another case of possible sexual misconduct, right? Yeah. The head of Warner Brothers is stepping down the CEO and chairman of water brothers is the latest person to be brought down by allegations of sexual misconduct. According to a statement from the studio. Kevin Suji Hora will be stepping down from the position. He's held for the last six years one or media says that Suji Hora will no longer be working with the company after revealed through a series of text messages that he allegedly promised actress Charlotte Kirk from movies such as oceans, eight favorable movie roles and auditions in exchange for a sexual relationship deadline reports in a memo to his staff Suji horror explained his decision for leaving as being part of Warner Brothers best interest. Mike Gunzelman, Fox News. Let's get up close with the very busy. Ben vereen celebrity profile on Tony winner. Ben vereen semi maybe. Daddy. Comedian Farinas currently on FOX's drama star. And he's also on the road with his own show. He shares what makes the cut in his live performances. These days is a good time. Inspiring time to inspire each other. We need that now today more than ever I'm doing the show disease a jazz at Lincoln center disease club, there a Fontaine my God. Shall we singing a big band? We'll be doing a song of thanks Dr Sammy Davis junior and a few other friends of mine, and it's going to be quite an evening starts April fourth through the seventh. This show goes on from there to other cities. He spoke about his favourite part of having that audience interaction. The wonderful thing about having showed us not scripted is that I can take the time to to expound. Explain. Thanks, talk and share with them intimate stories. Yes. We move along. The jury Ashley Dvorkin, Fox News. Let's take a look at this year's inductees to the country music hall of fame. Mike councilmen the country music assoc. Association announced this year's two thousand nine hundred hall of fame class, and it features a little bit of everything. The duo will Brooks and Dunn will be inducted into the modern era artists category. Celebrating a career that scene over twenty number one songs to Grammy awards and over thirty million albums sold. They'll be joined by comedic singer Ray Stevens known for his Grammy winning song. Everything is beautiful. Then he performed on the Andy Williams show as well as producer and former RCA records head Jerry,.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on The Critical Path
"Well, I need a drink. Now, I need a drink too. So. There's a lot to marinate in there. But I'm I'm trying to go back to the book and little bit sort of where it's overreaching little bit. And this is where Lewis hard to be be mindful of all the possible things that have all the change change that technology could have could have created on us. In what does change with doesn't change? Here's he's claims are that cities lost a lot of their unique cultures as you as you as you. You're able to hop between cities. And they're all kind of homogenized and local idiosyncrasies became less important national identities emerged as a result of the anecdotes are very amusing about padded seats and. In time the time zones, the timetables center disease Shen, but to take it. So cars to say that that we ended up with homogenised culture. I mean, this is Hugh we are looking at the world and saying while really we are much more urban of sorry, much more globalized as today assumed that it was happening in the early nineteenth century. I find that a little bit hard to believe. It's an interesting, ipods is I wonder how much different the world would have been pre railroad railroad from that cultural point of view and provocative to think that there was is much change because of the railroad as we have seen because of of the telegraph or because of the internet or because of the telephone telephone that's not forget or the television, which all of which we blamed for all kinds of ills. In society. We blamed also peoper Bax. We played blamed the cinema movies somehow every in the bicycle, of course. It made people crazy -pected the brain. And so on a lot of these things are hyperbole, and obviously not believable. But but I do wonder to where there is change. We Conti magin abound. Relator exists when I was doing a little bit of reading about railroad that came across. I came across a quote that it described a demonstration for locomotives. A politician was hit and killed by the winning locomotive. And they wrote about it despite the tragedy, the railway was a resounding success. Well, that's another thing. But just how human lives were valued or not. I mean, this, of course, it's a tragedy would say, well, surely would have put put the kabosh on the whole thing. But people had a different attitude of so. Yeah, you look at who built the railroad. You look at all that and. It was it was definitely. If disease if these especially infectious disease, childhood disease, people didn't even know the cause of death. You know, people would die in they had a heart attack or croak or they had some other. Aneurysm or something like that people came up with all kinds of commisons for why someone would die you'd have you'd have to berkey lows you'd have so-called consumption you'd have an aerial diseases. All these things were uncurable, and people would just die all kinds of reasons. Right. And it was for centuries and centuries and centuries. And so when when the probability of death was so is of course, every family tried to have like eighteen children to cope with the mortality rate. Someone dying of an accident was like. That's that's kind of too bad. You know, especially as probably did something stupid like standing front of the train or something like that. Thanks. Thanks again. Horace? Thanks again to linked in everybody. Tune in on their transistors the episode of Rickel bath X, mocking. Oh, transistors transistors..
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Professional worked with for decades. He was treated like twenty four times. And he he does not feel that anyone. Them was waste time. Know, each one of them got something out of just got closer to my my very first one that I went into with a complete closed mind enclosed heart comparing out proving a point why wasn't those people know ever be was not buying what they're selling not drinking or Kuwait. I go in there proving appoints, my mother, my girlfriend YM, I'm not those fucking nut jobs merely. Overreaction at best. Call me to bed time on a bad way. In a bad day. I go in there. Seventeen years old I dream center over in Baltimore City. They put me in this. Big cafeteria the cafeterias completely empty these big interrogation style light shining on me. I'm ill is research monkey on withdrawing from lack of heroin for better words and out of nowhere. This older black gentleman appears out of nowhere. And he walks up to me, and he said white, boy, what are you doing here said heroin? He said, how would you seventeen he said do yourself a favor and don't turn eighteen in a place like this. And it's quick as he came he left. He nor I had no idea the significance is conversation was ever going to have on my life minute comparing out appoint why don't belong. I could tell you about that gentleman. I can tell you where the four. Teeth replaced in his mouth because at the time. I had all my he's black. I'm white. He's seventy seventy five I'm seventeen. He smokes crack my delusional alcoholic mind. The one that lies me my own voice. That makes me believe unbelievable tells me I successfully do heroin. He's homeless I live with my mother and my girlfriend. God bless that. Man. I'm so grateful. He found the answer for she's in search of he's no sober or he was he was in the rehab show over in the rehab. But but what I can't tell you about that facility. My first facility is my therapist name that relapse prevention pack, Shelvin down my throat or the health your unhealthy, China still me 'cause I could tell you those things that means I can relate to people and don't want. No part, I leave that treatment center disease untreated, no defense against me in the first one. He was right. I did not turn eighteen place like that. But nineteen twenty twenty two twenty three twenty four twenty six twenty seven twenty eight thirty two thirty three thirty four thirty five in jail or treatment center and every year. I'd sit on whatever bunk whatever cell of whatever jail. I happen to be in or whatever bed or whatever happened to be an and think back to that older gentleman and say, maybe if me myself Brandon with. Listen to that man with open mind, open heart. I would not continually find myself in the situation year after me that it was fully self-induced. Right. Because what I learned after doing a lot of internal work. Oh, myself is that the common denominator in? My problem is me there is no they're part. I'm the problem. The fucking drink is the solution. Take the solution way. I'm left with me. I'm like a stranger in my own skin trying to figure out who the fuck. Let me in. And why? But I believe that all that's true. But that you can't see that until you see yourself through a new pair of glasses. The very drew, which is which is the first glimpse of it was that guy. I had no idea that that that was taking place. Yeah. Tell me where else that's happened for you. Of. So I go to the thirteenth treatment center, right? And and a series of events take place where at this point. I'm homeless I have that clothes on my back. Have these at one point in time? Nice dress slacks. If you overlook the cigarette holes, I don't wear underwear. My shirt, I had this button up shirt on and and the shoes on at one shoestring 'cause I lost shoestring along the way. And I tried to cop some dope before went that treatment center. Of course, a whole bunch of things happen, but I'll get to the point. And when I went to buy the dope, they saw fit to rob me as opposed to serve me. So when they robbed me they rip my front and my back pockets completely out now. My dick Massar completely exposed. They rip my shirt open. The only button stays buttons is very top button..
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"You shouldn't that was an easy one. It's tough. It's tough. I'm trying to listen to John today than I usually do. So some spicy names are on the list as well saffron up. Thirty one percent, Rosemary. This. Tom petty. John gets it. All right. What he's not alive anymore bonus. Thank you. Yes. No question. We always dead up. Fifteen percent. This next door. No, he said, they essay salons kids namesake using rocky five because he wouldn't recognize any other actors as his son. This story actually has stuck with me. And I was gonna talk about it last week. But didn't get to a new study is out there. Gaga Johndroe dot com. This is actually this is no funny business here. A recent test came out of the antibiotics in fast food burgers. Twenty two. It works because we're beginning the song. Out of twenty-five fast food establishments twenty two received asked grades when it came to the antibiotics they put into the meat off of the only receiving as shake shack and burger fi. Here's the crazy statistic. Though. Twenty three thousands from the center disease control twenty three thousand people a year die because their immune to antibiotics that could have saved their lives because there's so much antibiotics in the heavens, by the way. George W Bush gave Michelle Obama amid today like his dad used to do. To like pass that tradition down. And then MRs Bush gave a man. To give to Barack Obama or swinging tonight. So those such as there are many many touching moments in the Bush funeral that was my personal favorite. I loved seeing Barack and even.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Also eerily meets up with this other story, which also again means nothing, but it's like the beginning of a hormone that the sunspot observatory an observatory to this with a telescope with his doing some top secret work. We don't know what the none of the article say, what the work was. Okay. It was in sunspot New Mexico on Thursday of last week. It was shut down by the FBI including a post office that was nearby shut down by the FBI and there's no, they don't know why it was just this research facility that has since been completely walled off. The post office has been shut down. The workers have been moved to another location, really, and no one knows what's happening, and apparently they're going to shut down the entire town and. They are not talking to local police about why they're doing it. All they said is that it could be from anywhere for a couple of days to a month, no shutting down. So it's like, what does this search facility do exactly the facilities, the national solar observatory facility at Sacramento park that's managed by oral the, it's called the Apache point observatory. The Apache point observatory is currently not peration which is near, okay, but that is going up. But she said or design have a comment about the type of security issue. This time we have no clue wide sacred, and they said they mostly which is strange because it's the FBI just kinda rolled in and this is from New Mexico. Daily news. The alma Gordo daily news. Okay. And the FBI showed up with a couple of helicopters people with like antennas and shit and work crews known. Has any clue what's happening that's still shut down as of today? So the evacuate the town, or is that what they're working on doing apparently. Wow, that's creepy. Man, kinda fun though. Re entry. It would be a great day. I will say this great day for a ragtag group, thirteen year olds. Get on your bicycles. Go down there. Figure out what the heck is happening. And then once the cops go away cornhole in each. Oh, well, you don't have the other great mystery that is sexual relations between men and. And men. You sound like Stephen King writing the scene in it at some point after doing, got a discovery. I think. But it reminds me of another story. There was another story, same exact thing, which was a guy that went missing working out of the CDC center for disease control. Probably six months ago. He said he was coming. You went into work at the center disease for disease control rice, that he wasn't feeling very good, which is bad news. Yeah, that's not good. Maybe some of these got out of control. Hello. I'll be. I don't know what he did, but he left early from work disappeared. They go back to house is caller is they're all of the windows in this house are open. They said it was really unusual for him and the founder a week later, he had either drowned himself in the river. They found his body, but they don't know what happened. And they just kinda yada yada yada over the whole thing, which was like, this is the beginning of a movie. Yeah, absolutely. And know that case is still unsolved well, the school, no, technically it solve these that he committed suicide, the river did it. No, they're river. Can't river did it. I could kind of see it. Sometimes you go out there and you see river, and it's just so flow in the flesh, Fisher flap any just like unsworn b.'s freeze a crab down bottom of that ocean. Wonder if I'll meet my area down there but don't know..
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Boston answer to Did you, ever, speak to. Gerry, dish ship estate around Rockland county executive. Ed days applauding the latest. Move by metro, north, which contracts out operation stand JT on those. Two lines metro north leadership in a recent letter to its NJIT counterparts says it wants to. Start finding NJIT for every cancelled train anywhere from eight hundred fifty. To forty two hundred dollars depending on the line and whether the trains running local or express A our financial but, not right the trains NJIT spokeswoman Nancy Snyder knows times are tough remain in regular contact with metro north and will continue to, work with them to. Minimize further impacts but she says there's still on a tight deadline, to get safety equipment installed Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty you know, all of this commuting angst is supposed to have a goal it's the improvement called positive train control, it is an across the nation but New Jersey's been rejected for federal money to help more. Than two hundred million in grants were handed out New Jersey transit got none of, it the deadline for installing this system, is the end of the year New Jersey's lagging behind when it comes to getting the hardware in now nj transit received a two year extension until the end of twenty, twenty two complete testing and implementation but they still have to install that hardware by, the end of twenty eighteen w CBS news Time eight six the man who ran New York City's health department and later the, federal centers disease control was in court yesterday he's facing sex charges are Mike sugarman was there You want to say anything about. These charges Thomas Friedman has. Had a long career in public health wedding Largest agency in the, country to CDC with, the city's health department here last October according to a woman he groped her. At a dinner party at his house to head the crash she complained to police last month. At least house on Friday and took him away in handcuffs he faced judge Michael Yavlinsky who.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on WRVA
"How are, you today Good morning. I'm, doing well glad to, hear it so a new study showing that pregnant women abusing opioids. Has quadrupled. What's going on here Well in many ways none of this is. Surprising we're we're in the, second decade of a massive opioid crisis which began. With over prescribing, opioids transformed into heroin and now contaminated heroin and as with any epidemic it also includes women and. Some women, get pregnant and so consequentially we see. Not just increases in the general population, increases of opioid use disorder during pregnancy as well So I if we should note this. Study only covers, up to twenty fourteen how much worse do you think it is now in the last four years Where there's variability across states. In terms of rates of opioid, use disorder in general and didn't pregnancy, and some states have started to see a leveling out or a practicing of rates whereas, some, states, harassing an, increase I, would say here in Virginia it there's one thing we forget in all the attention to the opioid crisis are other substances alcohol tobacco and. In you know other parts of the state methamphetamines and I think now they're parts of the state we're methamphetamines or more commonly used. In pregnancy than opioids and I think it's somewhat unfortunate. That we're not attentive to that as much as we perhaps should be are. Women being prescribed pregnant. Women being, prescribed opioids are getting, them outside a prescription so I think the, important distinction is between people with an opioid use disorder I e they have The condition of addiction a chronic disease and the important distinctions between. Treating that condition and not treating that condition the rates of prescribing opioids for or for post surgery or for chronic conditions that aren't. Addiction does have fallen in the state of Virginia on. What we want is we want women who have an opioid use disorder to. Get treatment during pregnancy And so that they can deliver at term and the healthiest baby, I'm possible and we, know women who, don't get treatment you'll have access to treatment for opioid use disorder in. Pregnancy that's that's that's where people developed complications Preterm delivery low-birth-weight they acquire HIV or hep c. which they then pass to the infant at the time of delivery so really the population health risks are with untreated addiction as opposed to treat addiction Doc our children being born addicted No So that's thank you for asking that question because that allows me, to I'm just making very important. Distinction addiction is a chronic. Condition chronic conditions cannot be. President bird, addictions a brain center, disease the primary symptoms or behaviors behaviors such as cravings compulsive use coupon despite adverse. Consequences none of those behaviors make any sense in a new. More so when we use the word addicted babies that scientifically false and it can be seen as stigmatizing what babies who are exposed in utero can happen is they can be porn dependent upon, opioids which means at. Birth when the placenta and umbilical quarter severed the candle. Withdrawal And that's known as neonatal abstinence syndrome which in some cases needs to be Medicated so no babies cannot be born addicted but babysitter exposed in utero opioids can develop withdrawals great information thank, you so much what. Other problems are coming from this that may surprise us Well I think one which has been described by the former health Commissioner for the state is a nominee of hepatitis c. their parts of Virginia that have high rates that happy Titus and parts that are, considered to be high risk for HIV outbreak. And this is associated with injection drug, use and is I think. I'm going to be, a really. Large public health crisis. Unless we intervene earlier what have you been seeing at VCU Will has heroin has been part of landscape of rich men for you know generations and, yes there has been an increase in women presenting with. Opioid use disorder during pregnancy but I think many of the faculty and many of the staff both. On the obstetric and newborn side are quite us too I'm taking. Your, high quality care of women and infants what we are trying to do I think is connect more care during pregnancy to post part of because overall pregnant women do quite well in drug treatment during pregnancy but things fall apart coast part into. A large extent that's because we as women's health providers and prenatal care providers.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on WRVA
"Health system dock good morning how are, you today Good morning I'm. Doing well glad to hear, it so a new study showing that pregnant women abusing oh boy. Has quadrupled. What's going on here Well in many ways none of this. Is surprising we're we're in, the second decade of a massive opioid crisis which. Began with over, prescribing opioids transformed into heroin and now contaminated heroin and as with any epidemic it also includes women and. Some women, get pregnant and so consequentially we see. Not just increases in the general population betting faces, of, opioid use disorder during pregnancy as well So first off we should note. This study only, covers up to twenty fourteen how much worse do you think it is now in the last four years There's variability across states, in terms of rates of, opioid use disorder in general and in, pregnancy and some states have started to see a levelling out or a plateauing of rates, whereas, some, states harassing increase I would say here in Virginia. It there's one thing we forget in all the attention to the opioid crisis are other substances alcohol tobacco. And in other parts of the state on methamphetamines and I think now they're parts of the state where methamphetamines or more commonly used. In pregnancy than opioids and I think it's somewhat unfortunate. That we're not attentive to that as much as we perhaps should be are. Women being prescribed pregnant. Women being prescribed opioids are getting them outside a prescription so I think the, important distinction is between people with an opioid use disorder I e they have The condition of addiction a chronic disease and the important distinctions between treating, that condition and, not treating that condition the rates of prescribing of opioids for Poon or for post, surgery or for chronic conditions, that aren't addiction does have fallen in, the state of Virginia what we want is we want women should have an use disorder, to, get, treatment during pregnancy and so that they can deliver. At term and to healthiest baby I'm possible and we know women who don't get treatment who don't have. Access to treatment for opioid use disorder and pregnancy that's that's that's where people develop complications Preterm delivery low-birth-weight they acquire HIV or hep. C. which they've been passed to the infant at the. Time of delivery so really the population health risks are with untreated addiction as. Opposed to treat addiction Doc our children being born addicted No So that's thank you for asking that question because that allows me, to I'm just making very important. Distinction addiction is a chronic. Condition chronic conditions cannot be. President, Berg, addictions brain centre. Disease the primary symptoms are behaviors behaviors such as cravings compulsive, use continued use despite adverse. Consequences none of those behaviors make any sense in a new. More so when we use the word addicted babies that scientifically false and it can be seen as stigmatizing babies who are exposed in utero can happen is they can be porn dependent upon, opioids which means at. Birth when the placenta and umbilical quarter, severed they can develop withdrawal and that's known as neonatal abstinence, syndrome which in some cases needs to be. Medicated so no, babies Cannot, be born addicted but. Babies that are exposed in utero to, opioids can develop withdrawal symptoms great information thank you so much, what other problems are coming from this that. May surprise us Well I think one which has been described by the former health Commissioner. For the state is a su- NAMI of hepatitis c. there are parts of Virginia that have high rates have hepatitis c.. And parts that are considered to be high risk for HIV outbreak and this is, associated with injection drug use and is I think I'm going to be. A really. Large public health crisis. Unless we intervene earlier what have you been seeing at VCU Well Richmond has heroin has been part of the landscape of rich men for you, know generations and yes there has been an increase in women, presenting with opioid use disorder during pregnancy but I think many of the faculty in many of the. Staff both on the obstetric and newborn side are. Quite use to I'm. Taking, your high quality care of women and the infants what we are trying to do I think is connect more care during pregnancy to postpartum because overall pregnant women do quite well in drug treatment during pregnancy but things fall apart coast part and to a. Large extent that's because we as women's health providers and prenatal.
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on Through the Wire
"They missed the game, but one the play by one eight, right. There that all-star position is how many games will we say thirty five day baby about it. Okay, they gear here is awesome center disease. So you just gonna play this season. I hope I these and hope that we have helped. They were tough, five offense last year, missed the playoffs. Fan better. They got school more points, and I think they will be able to do that if they're if power meals to have, please just in more games, their team, their playoff team. It's just as simple is just as I'm gonna continue to talk about defense because I think it's super important for it saying success since see, we mentioned it already. Minnesota Timberwolves that's too far to draft out in spots. Did they were daily innovators of the negativity in the playoffs. Definitely can still be in playoff. This may be a suppress y'all, Dallas Mavericks at the eleven see they project how many games they win. Last year. I think they want they want twenty something because they end up. And so he got auntie Jordan Jordan. Two, that's that's pretty high. If you as a team is going to some people's records late lately. They definitely gonna be a better team. I mean, they can be they can be. We'll play offs by what they, he'll dirt running, right? That's what I'm lesser. Mark. Cuban said though, he said he wanted to take for one year and then he wanted to give back to. They find him. It's in these other teams like is not so much about their roster is just a everybody else is getting a little bit better, even teams that ain't get drastically better than average put him at center. That's what that's what the songs the songs have gotten better. That's gonna end ales to people's records that they not going to expect. So in the west already packed with like, you can't take nine type of mentality, and it's only going to get worse and it's a lot of little bottom feeder teams. We'll steal games because the only games that people that these clippers will still say the king. I don't like the king saying the wrong is the rockets can be drowsy kings as we won't to the twelfth c. which is grizzlies thirty five point seven. If they put it all together and defensively, they will make it. Yeah, because defense is very important. Who knows? It wasn't. I'm just saying, I'm Graham with you. Nobody say defense was, are you agreeing with me? You said, if they put it together, defensive line with the defense is they can put it. Let's go to worry about. If they got it know, I don't think it. I don't think no question. If they can put it to your exact words, was they put it together. In my mind, they gotta defensively, I know for fact that do you think the culture change a little bit after one season the being terrible because I mean they were. They were non share. It's not. They was rolling out there regularly. He was rolling out with any here. They're just trying to get through this marshawn, Brooks average twenty points in eight games. He played marshawn, give buck contract. He ever get dropped out of their league. Did he play overseas? Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Was good y'all. This is your boy just an AK, just blaze wholesome above the rim. And if you wanna roll, take on the NBA above the rim is the show for you with dope, be entertaining guests each week we. Oh great, new insight on all things. MBA you don't wanna miss it. Find on Stitcher radio and almighty Bola network..
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"But as you get into the to the city of New Orleans didn't want to really focus on that so much. I wanted to explore the notion that violence is public health threat that it transmits itself like virus that that it's behavioral pattern that develops over time, not just because of personal choices, but because it conditions people live in. And so I just simply wanted to save kids lives. It was really clear. My mission was to protect the city, but most importantly, I wanted to protect the most vulnerable and the kids were most at risk in my city in our wonderful city was young African American men, and I spent eight years really working on a now. We got the murder rate down to its lowest. It's been since nineteen seventy. However, I mean, I just wanna quickly say this, that number is still stratospheric too high and in cities in America in Baltimore and Chicago, even in some neighborhoods in New York who miraculously reduced the murder rate dramatically. You have young men that are being killed at at numbers that are just not. Acceptable. I have a, I have a a an aggressively, negative feeling about Congress's prohibition of the federal government doing research on gun violence. Yeah, that's just not. That would be like saying, well, whoever did it, but it would be the equivalent of saying, Ebola's coming over here, which would you did and we're not going to look at this. We're not going to understand your point out that the the CDC the center disease control is prohibited from studying, even though right gun deaths are arrack major cause of the country in in in this country. It is common practice when there is a problem to identify the problem to study the problem to find a solution. That's really simple when somebody says there's a problem, but I don't care about it. So we're not going to study and I don't care if this solution. I mean, that's just, you know, not not good and on the issue violence, like on the issue. Of opioids, and on the issue of suicide. There are things that we can know and in my life without being cute about this, if there's something you should know, you should know it. You should figure it out. If if you had a child that had cancer, you wouldn't want somebody to come to you and say, no, I'm sorry. The CDC prohibited from doing research on what my cure your child's illness that's not smart for a country that that wants to be doing some courage, ING projects like cafe, reconcile all over this country Coron and programs Kereta bubbling up from the communities that have the potential to give hope and opportunity to correct who don't have it. Well, let me give you. Let me give you just a couple of examples. It is true. It will let me let me start off with the hard stuff. It is not true that guns don't kill people. Guns do kill people, and people use guns to kill people so that we need to speak the truth, but it's not just guns. It is in fact people using guns appropriately. So you ask yourself a wise that happening. What else can we do? Well, first of all, education's really important, early childhood education, the brain development from zero to three. A lot of these young kids who are growing up in difficult circumstances, the environment is important. The lack of jobs is important. Housing is important. Workforce training is important. Treat teaching reconciliation to kids early on all of these things that surround the notion that violence is not just a public safety. Threat of public health are important, which gets you to really kind of your approach on life. You can be as tough as you want on dealing with the problem, but you have to be smart to you can be tough on the problem and soft on the people and still get to a really good constructive place where everybody is working towards a common goal, but you have to seek and find common ground if it's not hard for me as a guy that talks pretty good to go into the community and completely disrupted. But by scaring you and saying that guy over this coming to get you so we'll know him the, but he changed his mind. He's really coming again, all of a sudden through attends the hot. They're into it and you're starting to fight rather than than solving a fight..
"u. s centers disease" Discussed on KQED Radio
"There's no use if you learned a lot if you didn't do anything with it if you didn't reason about me if you didn't do any action is much richer than just learning and i think it is intel thing that people there are very few jobs for you because you can see you can see the very very few jobs and so he's locked more dance doing perception it is true that we had trouble doing perception before doing but there's so many other things that have come into the mix see something learn as tom said whether in classical there is a lot of amount of data but once they allowed to do that task and you want to use them to do some other task even similar one you have to stress from with lots of data about the task that's not how we learn once we learned something for a similar fast we use the concepts in our mind that we put together from that leavening tasks and we don't have to start from scratch one another task so we still have to understand how to make a i love also in that more efficient way to great time to be in the i of course the perceptions public perception always you know they're just very volatile and we do have to worry about the bubble might burst we could just make the next level of improvements can keep the bubble let me ask you some of the audience questions there's some questions here i am a physician how will replace the job of physician does with empathy chair and coordination we're not we're not replace a physician we just allow the physician to focus more on empathy and care and these other things and we'll be able to free the physician from many other tasks that the i can do better like you know making sense of all sorts of data literature about the center disease of cases and think about helping physician in our culture our society our health care system it will help a lot but think about the developing countries where they're very efficient very few cases very few very little accessibility torture that is where really the i will help a trivia lot ibm has has some beautiful advertisements about our doctors but i began to think about you know if you.