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"50s. Those clouds will be a sign of another wet and windy come Friday night into Saturday morning in the Comerford Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O 'Donnell with of the University Washington leaving for the Big Ten. The future of the rival football series with Washington State is murky at best. Bill Swartz says one possibility is a neutral site, Apple Cup. Last November the dogs blitzed Cougs the 51 -33 in what might have been the last Apple Cup game in Pullman. Washington wins the Apple Cup. The first for Kalen DuBois, head coach. These in rivals -state will play again this November 25th at Husky Stadium. Then what? Joining the Big Ten in 2024, new University of Washington athletic director Troy Dannen insists the Huskies must schedule seven football home games to meet revenue goals. So a non -conference game at Washington State, challenging. My bias is I don't want to lose history and the traditions. I also know that I have this economic model, particularly as we move to the Big Ten. With WSU's future conference allegiance up in the air, athletic director Pat Chun agrees about the difficulty of scheduling a home and away Apple Cup series. Beyond this year, that is a huge question mark for us. Two, the reality is this environment is very clear right now. There are the Apple Cup is a national game. It is a national rivalry. It's a valued game from a TV property standpoint. So wherever we end up, it's not going to be an emotionally based decision. With a nudge from Governor Jay Inslee and others, UWB President Ana Mari Cauce is not giving up on the 123 year old rival series. There is no question that the Apple Cup is a cherished tradition and we want to continue our long history with the Cougars. Ross Dellinger Yahoo with Sports posted a recent story indicating Washington and Washington State are assembling future football schedules to include in -state rival games. This week Sports Radio's Ian Furness reported UW and WSU are talking about a 2024 Labor Day weekend Apple Cup game at Seattle's Lumen Field. While that sounds like another Washington home game, there are thousands of Washington State alums Adams on this west side of the state. Compromise seems the smart play for purple and gold and crimson and gray. I'm Bill Swartz, Northwest News Radio. Elevate your kitchen and bath project with Keller Kitchen and And if you're looking for distinctive design features or a way to really spice up your morning routine, Keller Kitchen and Bath showrooms are stocked with award -winning Kohler products that are tough to find anywhere else. Picture what a free -standing Kohler tub could look like in your master shower bath upgrades, or stunning fun farmhouse sinks, touchless faucets, endless vanity options, even steam shower therapy that can be integrated into your current shower to deliver all sorts of health benefits. And to top it all off, the Keller Design Consultants are there to walk you through the entire design process. They'll take the time to sit down with you, understand your style, and offer functionality advice too. So if you're looking for a way to make your bathroom or kitchen pop and the know -how from a design expert, check Keller out kitchen your nearest and bath showroom. Schedule your free design consultation at KellerShowcase .com. That's Keller Showcase .com. With the most gaming machines under one roof, great dining, and amazing entertainment. It doesn't matter what you do or where you're coming from. What you do is all at Muckleshoot Casino. Be thankful it's Thankful Fridays. We're giving away $1 ,000 in free play every half hour. Every Friday 3 to 730 p .m. Muckleshoot. It's a world -famous Thanksgiving feast at Muckleshoot event center. Turkey, prime rib, smoked seafood, delicious desserts, all for one low price. November 23rd, 10 a .m. to 5 p .m. Muckleshoot Casino is what you do. An easy drive from wherever you are and the biggest and best in the Northwest. All roads lead to Muckleshoot Casino. QFC knows that fresh produce makes holiday meals better. That's why we shorten the time from harvest to home. So you get more days of freshness from crisp apples, juicy pears, ripe squash and more. We also inspect our produce so it meets your standards fresh and you know you're getting the best this holiday season. QFC, love fresh, love local, food. love Save on six ounce packages of juicy raspberries. Three for just five dollars with your card. QFC, love fresh, love local, love delivery. Restrictions may apply. I thought it was a rash but my doctor said it was a tick bite. Ticks can spread Lyme disease and other illnesses leading to chronic health issues. My brother was always having asthma flare -ups. A roach problem at home was causing it. Allergens left behind by roaches and rodents are a major driver of asthma attacks. When I had a fever and body aches, I thought it was West Nile virus. Mosquitoes breed in standing water
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"Stay connected. Stay informed. Good afternoon. It's 12 31. I'm Taylor Vansize with our top stories and of course possible protests over the Israel Hamas war have the attention of local law enforcement in the northwest. There are no specific threats, but Seattle police and the FBI say they are monitoring the situation. About 1000 people showed up at a mostly peaceful rally on the University Washington of campus Thursday. Increased police patrols are already in place around Seattle Security has been something that every Jewish organization has had to contend with like Washington School District is on alert heightened telling students and parents they will see a heightened police presence on the east side today. Kirkland was a flashpoint for protests last weekend. Tim Hall Northwest News Radio George Stevens is an American who's in been living Israel for more than a decade and now he's one of hundreds of thousands of reservists called up to fight in the war against Hamas serving as a truck driver delivering food and water to the funerals of fallen soldiers. KOMA4's Jackie Kent Kent spoke to him Thursday. He lives just a mile from the Gaza border in the city of Starote. At that point people had just locked themselves up and were praying that the terrorists wouldn't come into our building. Stevens has lived for making a better future in Israel through his nonprofit. He's met with teens in Nazareth and had meetings with the US Embassy for Jewish a and Arab joint project on sustainability. I wanted to be part of building a better Israeli society, help promote peace between Israel and its neighbors. No one thought that killing of Jewish women, children, men, elderly could happen on this scale ever again. Amid the devastation in Israel, Stevens looks for signs of improvement through the care for his neighbors by reservists and volunteers. What keeps you going? What motivates you I is hope that my son can grow up in a better world where this doesn't happen in his lifetime. Jackie Kent, come on in. As the Israel -Hamas War rages on, relief efforts underway too. Northwest News Radio's benefactor on the best ways to help. Before you donate to relief efforts in Israel and Gaza, the Better Business Bureau encourages you to ask yourself one thing. Can the charity get to the impacted area? Not all relief organizations are going if the charity has a presence in the affected to get to the affected social media source or that specified charity. And if a charity claims 100 % of funds will be used for relief, find an explanation as all charities have some fundraising and administrative expenses. Manda Factor, Northwest News Radio. Coming up after traffic, it's another 520 bridge construction closure. I'm Carleen Johnson. Don't freak out, Husky Center. Here's Kimmy. North on I -5, just north of the Kent & Moines Road, State Route 516. There is a collision blocking two right lanes and then just past it, we have a stalled semi that's now moved to the right lane. So it is keeping things really busy north of 272nd and Federal Way. By the way, what would normally take nine minutes to get north on I -5 from Federal Way Tech to Sea is now taking almost 30 minutes. So that's a good 20 minute delay. Southbound 5 in Seattle is a little busy between still Northgate and the U District. That's where we have emergency puddle repair work happening northbound 5 on the Ship Canal Bridge. Two right lanes are blocked there, so it's causing a solid backup into the Convention Center. Again, if you can use those express lanes, it will be a big time saver. It's still pretty busy today. Eastbound Highway 18 over Tiger Mountain, all the way towards I -90 and ferry riders. Both of our front row on South Earth boats are running 15 minutes behind schedule and reservations between Port Townsend and Coopville are full until 645 after tonight. This support is sponsored by Boost Infinite. Hey, thinking of getting the latest iPhone? Then check out amazing the wireless offer
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"The S &P 500 edged up eight but the Nasdaq composite slipped three all of those indexes not solid gains for the full week be on the lookout for driverless cars General Motors self being subsidiary crews this week has been collecting data about Seattle roads and the city's hilly environment from Monday through Thursday it deployed a small group of its autonomous cars with safety drivers in them to capture real -world data about how the cars can handle the roadways rival Waymo has also been conducting tests Microsoft says it will stop packaging its team's video conferencing app with its office software in in Europe an effort to head off antitrust penalties the tech giant also said it would take steps to make it easier for competing products to work alongside software that's your money now I'm Jim chesco northwest newsradio and then were there only two schools left in the once mighty pac -12 conference bill sports on what's next for a pair of land -grant colleges volunteers care and big volunteers character Tom Tuttle from Tacoma pretty much sums up the mood of cougar nation on this september 1st washington state and oregon state the last pac -12 school standing stanford in california accepted invitations to join the atlantic coast conference in twenty twenty four the move called regrettable by oregon state university president jayatha murthy it's not really unexpected uh... we are prepared for it and have been thinking about it these last few weeks OSU athletic director scott barnes understands the hurt and frustration felt by beaver fans whether uh... it's beaver nation our student -athletes our coaches we all want clarity on this situation and so hang in we're working twenty four seven same for washington state university president kurt schultz i think it's okay be to angry i think it's uh... okay to field leadership including me as president somehow let us down in the room and didn't get job done to put us into a power conference the way maybe university washington oregon did because they play in the san francisco market stanford in california it were attractive partners playing home games in pulmon and corvallis not as much scott barnes says oregon state does have some irons in the fire we're unique circumstance where we can share a lot information uh... it's highly complex uh... negotiations are going on in into states kurt schultz formed an advisory committee helping him in cougars athletic director pat chan in an important decision one that will alter crimson and gray loyalty and the way to do that is going to have people show uh... cheer on the student athletes uh... and make sure that we keep that kook experience it's uh... unique part of what we are if washington state in oregon state camp cobble together a new look pack twelve they might be headed to mountain west or american athletic conference i'm bill s news radio northwest traffic from the big center a quick glance at fairy schedules there's a one -hour wait taking them up to clinton ferry if if your vehicle traffic leaving from the muckle to terminal half -hour delay for the seattle to bring which island ferry in the font laurie fairy is running forty minutes late our next oldest traffic
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"Time 2 36 as we continue on the afternoon news linwood has a new police chief northwest news radio's jeff bojola more with this morning this week was cole langdon who has been with the department for 27 years ever since he was brought on as a cadet in the mid 90s the former canine officer takes over from jim nelson who is retiring reports the evert herald langdon's hiring was confirmed by the city council in a near unanimous vote josh binda qualifications however my vote will be purely based off of what i thought the process should be and not the themselves individual binda said he wanted to see more candidates interviewed for the job jeff pojola northwest news radio radio the city of evert is about to buy a downtown motel and then condemn it northwest news radio score when hank reports a is response to neighborhood complaints weights motel on lombard avenue has been the target of scores of one one calls in recent years neighbors tell the city council of the motel is a crime magnets just sample after example of crime drug abuse i've had drugs being sold right across from my house council members have agreed by a five one vote to buy and condemn the building but the action comes over the objection of some neighbors who say new owners are succeeding in turning the property around through their tireless efforts and sleepless nights they transformed the once troubled establishment into cozy a motel with friendly people council members were in the weights motel is home to some long -term and elderly residents members say they will rehouse those residents corwin hake northwest news radio washington has launched a new online portal for those affected by the blake decision two years ago state the supreme court struck down washington's felony drug possession law the ruling vacated more than two hundred thousand stretching convictions back to the nineteen seventies former defendants are now owed money as the state has reimburse to them for court fees and other fines according to the ever it harold lawmakers have allocated forty seven million dollars for administrative costs another fifty one million dollars for legal refunds prosecutors are asking half for a million dollars bail after a man crashed a car into a Tacoma business while trying to avoid arrest jettison kroger was at work last thursday afternoon when he heard from multiple crashes at this gas station across the street on the eighty four hundred block of pacific avenue as thirty three -year -old marcel wesley was trying to get away he ran in the police car the police car was uh parked right there and then uh they just like he kept backing up but car a was blocking him body camera video shows authorities arresting wesley who was wanted on two prior felony warrants deputies searched his vehicle and found a loaded gun and 82 grams of fentanyl state records show wesley has been arrested eight times and has prior felony convictions including one for drive by shooting he's now facing over a dozen charges despite prosecutors asking for a half million dollars bail wesley's records show he was released earlier this week after posting thirty thousand dollars bail lenan win como news we are hearing more from the woman whose son died sunday night after he was hit by the monorail in seattle here's como forest denise whitaker that passion for xavier gayton took the form of tagging buildings buses and other items my son was creative and he was an artist and that was something that he gravitated towards there are now rest in peace anom tags near the site of his death sunday night anom was the tag the fourteen -year -old used when painting one i've seen included in many of his social media posts seattle police police say video surveillance showed gayton spray painting on the building next to the monorail track when the train hit him that fact now leading others to cast blame it just breaks my heart that people are so cold and judgmental i mean there's just as many people that are loving and supportive but he was a kid alison gardner tells me she and exavier's father had warned him of the dangers and ramifications of this type behavior like most kids i don't think that he really could grasp the gravity that of denise whitaker como news northwest news time 240. time for a beacon sports update with bill swartz a grand salami moving the mariners closer to a playoff spot rookie outfielder kate marlo making the most of his big league opportunity last night belting an o -2 pitch into the seats for a grand slam giving seattle a 5 -3 victory over the rival angels in anahim that's what it's all about you know helping team the win it was just awesome you know the guys in front of me get on base and uh i was just able to come through in that moment marlo and the ems have inched within two and a half games of toronto for the last ale wildcard louise theo the mariners starting pitcher tonight against the halos what a difference 12 hours makes last night the university washington of and oregon athletic programs were going to stay in the pac -12 but a new conference media rights
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"Desk and here's what's happening. The King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office says it will not pursue charges against Seattle Seahawks quarterback Gino Smith. Smith was arrested January of last year for investigation of driving under the influence and reckless driving. Prosecutors say Smith's blood alcohol level was less than half the legal limit for driving and his THC concentration was below the level needed to prove driving under the influence. Police also said Smith was speeding and leaving his lane. However, prosecutors say there's not enough evidence to prove he was disregarding the safety of others or property on the road. Seattle's hosting duties for World Cup soccer come with some costs, so members of a Seattle City Council committee had some questions. Here's Northwest News Radio's Ryan Harris. Council members discussed a proposed agreement with the local World Cup organizing committee to define responsibilities like public safety, so council member Alex Peterson noted that Seattle police short staffing might not be solved by 2026. When we have enough staffing at that point to handle weeks -long events, Peterson was organizing assured committee that will the contract for mutual aid with the King County Sheriff and others, including federal agencies. Peterson also asked about the costs because the agreement calls for the organizing committee to make reimbursements. Deputy Mayor Greg Wong pointed out that Seattle won't have certain expenses seen in places like Olympic cities. host We don't need to build like an Olympic stadium. We don't need to build a light rail line. Those things are significant capital costs that we won't have to do here. The council committee unanimously approved agreement the and recommends the full council pass it August 8th. Ryan Harris Northwest News Radio. The University Washington of could be a step away from leaving the Pac 12. The Board of Regents has called a special meeting for tonight at which are expected to discuss joining the Big 10. This comes as the Pac 12 announced a possible media rights deal that many viewed as laughable. The potential agreement would be with Apple TV plus and Yahoo and bring in far less money than schools expected. But no decision will be made tonight. More notice is required by law still ahead. It's a nationwide problem that may soon have the backing of the federal government. I'm John Lobertini in Issaquah with a prominent congresswoman and the pushback against retail crime. Northwest News Time 604. Time to get a check on drive your from the high performance homes traffic center. Kimmy Klein wears the trouble. Well, we have a new brush fire response in Silverdale and it sounds like it's blocking the northbound lanes of highway 303 now at Nell's Nelson Road. So expect delays. Maybe use some alternates around those surface streets too. We had an earlier stalled vehicle on the east side southbound 405 just south of northeast 30. That's now cleared, but it's still really heavy from 520 up to that point. Both of our westbound bridges floating are still a big struggle coming off of the east side into Seattle. But eastbound 520 990 are looking okay. I found our crash in seguillas closer to rent and actually northbound 405 approaching 167 and it looks like the right blocked. lane is Multiple cars are off to the right shoulder. It's keeping things busy from south center and also bleeding on the eastbound 5 18 the down hill from sea tack airport south on five in seguilla. That's also still slow from inner urban avenue up the south center hill. We're heavy into Seattle south and I five from north gate still struggling taking over an hour to get from Seattle to Everett on northbound I five and more like 55 minutes on the east side from Bellevue to Everett. Your next northwest traffic
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"A suspicious circumstance nescoma 4's mary nom projections show that global diabetes case numbers more than double in the next 25 years and that is local researchers calling a robust health approach Northwest News Radio's Ryan Harris reports those numbers are supposed to jump from about half a billion to 1 .3 billion by 2050 according to Dr. Leanna Ong of the University Washington of School of Medicine Dr. Ong says the usual diabetes risk factors like lack of exercise weight smoking diet and even occupational exposures will play a role but the world's growing and aging population will also push the numbers up so she says if we addressed all the risk factors. most The that we would help control diabetes is about 50%. Ong says health systems do need to educate people to protect themselves from diabetes risks. Many of the risk factors that we talk about are behaviors that once they're ingrained within individuals they're very hard to disentangle and to change. So she says we need to target these things on a level societal and that countries and their health systems need to prepare so they can help future generations. Ryan Harris, Northwest News Radio. We're just learning now of layoff notices that went out this week to hundreds of workers in Amazon's grocery business. Managers at Amazon's fresh stores took the hit but these layoffs aren't driven by the economy says John Logan, a professor of labor and employment. Amazon has struggled to figure out how to make its food retail business profitable for several years. Amazon has 40 fresh stores, 20 go locations, but changes to its more than 500 whole food stores haven't inspired shoppers. The most talked about aspect of that part of the company was the cashier was technology, computerized shopping carts, Alexa voice assisted kiosks. Logan says Amazon grew bigger, faster than any company during the pandemic and cutting costs was always possible if not expected. It's served Amazon well, having an important brick and mortar presence near where you can return on groups, but it's a very competitive sector. CEO Andy Jassy says Amazon has been working to find a formula, winning but in his words, we aren't as far along as we'd hoped. John Lobertine, Northwest News Radio, Seattle and King County may pour close to $2 million into the long closed Cinerama Theatre to help reopen the movie palace as a community focused nonprofit. More from Northwest News Radio's Corwin. Hake closed since 2020. The Cinerama could open as early as this fall under its new ownership. CIFF, the Seattle International Film Festival bought the iconic Belltown Theatre from the Paul Allen Estate and plans to fall. reopen This is it a special this place. It plays a special role in the community. That's CIFF Executive Director Tom Mara discussing those plans with Seattle City Council member Andrew Lewis on Lewis's podcast. It'll include chocolate popcorn. I think I have to leave the state of Washington if I don't deliver on that. Perhaps in part to ensure the house keeps serving its famous chocolate popcorn, Lewis is proposing the city grant the nonprofit $950 000. Lewis tells the Seattle Times the money would come from the city's admissions tax, which experienced a windfall in 2022. The Times also reports Joe McDermott with the King County Council is proposing a similar grant of a million dollars to come from unspent COVID relief funds. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio, Northwest News Time 6 10 and star players injured in NFL training camps. Bill Schwartz has our Beacon Plumbing Sports updates. Rick and Kim, only second the day of summer football practices. The Miami Dolphins corner Jalen Ramsey carted off the field. He'll be out six to eight weeks. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrell limped off their practice field. A calf injury doesn't appear too serious. Former Washington Husky linebacker Ben Burk returns to the Seahawks practice field
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"UCLA and USC will leave the Pac -12 for the Big Ten in 2024. So the 10 remaining universities, Washington, and Washington State have to agree to a grant of rights and how to divvy up the new media revenue. Seahawks fans are on pins and needles for tomorrow's reveal of retro uniforms. In week 12 against the the Raiders, team turns back the clock to original royal blue jerseys worn by the Seahawks between 1976 2001. and Hole number 17 at Royal Liverpool, the focus of golf's best, getting ready for this weekend's open championship, including world number one Scotty Scheffler. I mean, I would say left of the greens a little bit better than right. That bunker is pretty treacherous on the right, but as far as that hole goes, I'm just going to try and hit a really good shot and that's pretty much all you can do. Dry weather expected Thursday, then showers all weekend over Western England. Sports with Schwartz at 10 and 40 after the hour. Northwest News Radio. Manta Factor here for water fast heater, Western Washington's water heater experts. Fast water heater has installed more water heaters than anyone else Pacific in the Northwest. They're professional, dependable and do the job right. Serving the Pacific Northwest for more than 35 years. Fast water heater's reputation is second to none, providing fast, reliable and trustworthy water heater service. hot If your turns to cold, call 1 -800 -THINK -FASTER or visit fastwaterheater .com. When your hot turns to cold call 1 -800 -THINK -FASTER or visit fastwaterheater .com Hi, I'm Bob Schoenfeld. People ask me what makes Schoenfeld Interiors different from other furniture stores. I truly
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"Of a government agency the FDA now says that Alzheimer's drug like can be which was granted so -called accelerated approval earlier this year has now been converted to a traditional approval after a study from drug makers a Zion Biogen verified that like can be could benefit patients facing early signs of Alzheimer's now that like can be has gotten the FDA's traditional approval Medicare says it will now begin to cover the Alzheimer's treatment as long as patients enroll in registry programs to track real -world evidence on the drugs usefulness at CBS News reporter Alexander 10 a neurologist at University Washington in st. Louis tells the Associated Press the drug is not a cure but it may mean someone could have an extra six months to a year of being able to do things like drive and now the Aces in Entertainment Report with Jason Fraley brought to you by MGM National Harbor before the woman King Gina Prince plywood directed love and basketball now her husband shoots his shot on Apple TV's with season 2 of swagger loving basketball is one of my favorite films is my favorite filmmaker but this is a different story and I really wanted to take on a challenge of shooting a basketball series like nothing like we've ever seen before creator Reggie rock by would reimagines Prince George's County native Kevin Durant as 14 year old Jason Carson played by Isaiah Hill I got videos of me dunking on little mini hoops in my katies and say mom this this is my Kevin Durant done covens in a Wallace co -stars nearly a decade after her remake of Annie season 1 I have a loving basketball poster in my room hear our full chat on my podcast beyond the fame Jason for lew to be new when was your last visit to MGM National Harbor did you dance the night away after some salsa lessons at cantina diablo's were you one of our hundreds of daily jackpot winners did you see your favorite star up close our in 3 ,000 seat theater or did you indulge in the seafood tower and Parker house roles at voltage your brother steakhouse maybe it's
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"Sunshine in fact mid 70s here part of cloudy and mostly sunny as the plan could be low 80s by Tuesday from a temperature right now in Seattle is at 53 high I'm Mark Christopher this is Northwest news radio need help you've come to the right place welcome back to aging options on Northwest news radio indeed welcome back back to Asian options on Northwest news radio we're sick take a quick second shout out to all the individuals graduating today commencement at UW University Washington that was me just a few weeks ago at San Francisco State University down in California some online school there so shout out to all the graduates and shout out to all the parents and the grandparents I hope you're proud what a time to be alive commencement very exciting it would also be very exciting for you to call the show 206 -644 -6009 206 -644 209 we go to mo who is calling into the show mo welcome to aging options good morning hi thanks for taking my call as I was mentioned earlier whomever did answer the phone I'm 63 and I would like to retire next year 64 obviously I would not be eligible for Medicare and I have money that I can pay for one year till I am eligible for Medicare my question is what kind of insurance should I go for and then also a long -term care where and how I can find you know got to get that kind of information I don't have any kids I have a husband that is 10 years older than me oh got it okay so I think you're asking all the right questions more and somewhere in the back of your mind what you really are saying is look even though I'm talking about the one year I need some health insurance maybe I need to look into long -term care insurance but broader the picture what your heart is asking you to do is to ensure the rest of your life not just the one year or the next five or six years and so for that I think you will have to take a look at and then look we are all smart people somewhere in the pit of a stomach we know retirement is more than just having legal paperwork having insurance policy having a doctor having lots of money it is all of the above and and and the so better way to do retirement planning is to first really understand the principal basic foundation of what a good retirement plan looks like right so let me answer your direct questions to where do you find and how do you find the right health insurance policy if you email me at radio at aging options comm I will I will link you with the one or two health insurance agents who do this type of work and they can kind of help you walk through the whole thing you can also go to Obamacare just directly go to the state website and you can you can you can compare all sorts of health insurance plans online you can also do that part of it uh for thankfully it's just one year it's not inexpensive but if you just if you're in good health maybe you to want buy just a catastrophic policy so you keep your premiums low and you limit your out of pocket if you do have a major incidence to maybe about 10 or 15 000 a year you can buy a big deductible that but for the most part for routine type of work you're going to be paying out of pocket and then when you turn 65 then enrolled you in medicare and when you enrolled in medicare you'll be lost between do i get traditional medicare medicare advantage and again call us and we can kind of walk you through the whole thing it's nothing that easy depending as to what your health issues look like depending as to what your finances are i can pretty much guide you through which is the right right way for you to go and we can put you in touch with insurance agents who can then enroll you into a policy long -term care insurance is a different thing whether you should buy a long -term care insurance policy whether you should rely on va or medicaid whether you should look into a reverse mortgage whether you have enough money to be able to pay privately but you want to learn how to lower what you're going to pay for caregiving costs you have many different options not just one option most people just think the only way to cover long -term care is buying a long -term care insurance policy and i'm saying no it is not it's one other way is to buy a long -term care policy and a long term care insurance policy is not for everyone if you have looked at your retirement income 15 years in the future and you buy a policy today and if the premiums double or triple will you be able to continue to afford the premiums 15 to 20 years from today when you're on fixed income you're no longer working and your only income is social security or your pensions or whatever your income is will you to be able afford the premium if the answer is yes yes you should be looking into a long -term care policy if the answer is no then you have to look to alternatives well okay long -term care doesn't work should we be looking at a reverse mortgage it but maybe some people that may be appropriate not for everyone should we look at maybe via medicaid that's appropriate for some people not for everyone the the summary answer that i'll give you mo you need to before you start embarking and getting this one and two pieces put in of the puzzle put together go to life a planner either go to one of my seminars buy the book that i have out there lays all of this out and and and or watch the pbs show that we have a minute plays on kbtc is uh kcts all the time what something but do something before you go to a financial planner insurance agent a lawyer make yourself educated about what are things they will not tell you there are things that financial uh... planners do for you and the things that they should do for you that they never even raise you need to yourself educate about that and that's why i do these seminars and all the education around the whole thing i think that's the best piece advice of i'll give you more you're asking the right questions but make yourself spend an hour or an hour and a half understand the issues and then you start taking does that make sense yes it does it's just that my financial assistance is me telling that yeah you can retire not a problem right just something tells me i gotta ask more questions right right and what are the questions that's the key and that's what i did i mean i saw my father -in -law pretty much have what you have and then he gets alzheimer's gets run into a nursing home loses the money nothing good came out of the whole thing even though he had a financial planner he had a lawyer he had insurance agents doctors none of those people were able to save him from the biggest issue and the missing piece was never discovered till it was too late so go to a seminar my dear all right questions thanks so much for calling and hope to see you sometime you bet yeah just go to lifepointlaw com and we have them all on there they're coming up here pretty soon but go to lifepointlaw and can register for a seminar indeed thank you so much for calling in and hey if you want to call into the show as well 206 -644 -6009 we'll be back right on aging options on Northwest news radio it's
Is Crypto Already Soft-Banned in the U.S.?
"Right Friends, today we are exploring a really interesting thesis that while crypto and Bitcoin are nominally legal in the U.S., there is effectively a soft ban on them that has much the same effect that any real ban would. The context for this exploration is a piece that came out in foreign affairs yesterday. Professor Hilary Allen published an article entitled the case for banning crypto and it's pretty much exactly what it sounds like. It is a full throated defense of an explicit total crypto ban rather than the half measure of implicit regulatory restriction. Now to understand the context of who this person is, Allen is a law professor from the American university, Washington college of law, and her opinion carries substantial weight and policy circles. She has made multiple appearances before the Senate banking committee in recent years, including appearing before Congress to speak to the risks of stablecoins, as well as the causes of the FTX collapse. She spoke in July 2021, addressing climate as a systemic risk, she spoke in December 2022, crypto crash why the FTX bubble burst. She spoke in July 21, addressing climate as a systemic risk, the need to build resilience within our banking and financial system, she spoke in December 21, stablecoins, how do they work? How are they used and what are their risks? And she spoke in December 22, crypto crash, why the FTX bubble burst, and the harm to consumers. More generally, she was also appointed to the financial crisis inquiry commission by Congress after the global financial crisis. She has scores of papers on all things crypto risk from DeFi to stablecoins, but she primarily specializes in systemic financial risk. The point being that this is not one of your random crypto critics on Twitter. This is someone who has the ear of many in Washington, D.C.. The latest article in foreign affairs spells out the problem as she sees it. When assets have nothing behind them, she writes, no reliable financial accounting practices or valuation techniques exist to expose the fraudulent manipulation of those assets. The result is that fraudsters have rushed into cryptocurrency exploiting the complexity and hype to dupe the unwary.
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"And the segregated society which America still was in the early days of radio, few major companies hard black people to executive or managerial positions. There was, of course, several world, the black newspaper, black armies, were qualified as people who could get, but in the 1920s there was no black owned radio stations. Nor would there even be one. It's in 1949. And the fact that the white men white men compromised 99% of station executives were seen as perfectly normal, right? So meanwhile, the Main Street radio magazines of the 1920s did not see it as their role to question radios of society's lack of diversity. Knowing that America was segregated, radio edited it seemed to believe that pictures of negroes as they were called back then doing supposedly white jobs would not be welcomed in many parts of the country. So even though there were a number of perspective black engineers and innovators, their faces were never shown in radio news or popular radio, were portrayals that reinforced stereotypes were considered acceptable. So one cover illustration in the radio magazine showed a terrified black man running away from a loud noise and not realizing it was only the radio. And just as women's contributions to early broadcasting were also overlooked or ignored, the same can be said about African Americans. The first radio station with an all black format, although the owners were white, was people probably say W, the a in this 1948, the first black station was in Atlanta, put on the air by Jesse blatant senior in October 1949 in the first black oriented oriented program service at national Negro network began in January of 1954. The long before these milestones African emergence had been involved with radio through social conditions in the ground reality of segregation and limited their participation. They were still part of the industry back in the 19 radio was called wireless, and it was done by images. Some of those amateurs were black. At least two hand radio clubs, one in New York City started by miles hardy. And when in Baltimore, by rolling puritan, were established to train young black images and Howard University Washington D.C. was perhaps the first of the judicially black colleges to offer courses in radio engineering, beginning in 1918. There is also some evidence that black performers were among the first to be heard on amateur radio. One early experimental station Roomba, white Emerson named Victor H laughter, right? So now to a concert while the father blew the D.C. handy message Tennessee in November of 1914 and speaking of losing $80 in 1920 just prior to the rival commercial broadcasting, made me Smith and her jazz hands had a huge national hit with the song crazy blues. So as to say, so 75,000 copies at the top in the first few weeks of a release and certainly show that the public like this kind of music. In broadcasting first year, we only had a handful of radio stations, right? There were other running. It was mainly volunteer effort, although a few large companies like winning house and general leche did on station advertisers was not permitted. So without a way to generate income, the first stations all operated on a very limited budget relying on anyone who was willing to come by and perform for free. Much of the programmer was live since audiotape had not been anything, and photograph records didn't sound that good or early equipment. There were no form this year, right? So the music varied
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"Up to go to work on Monday that imprints in U 22. That's what it is to be an adult as to have responsibilities to pay bills and to go to work, right? Yes, right. But John the thing is that girls grow up that way, too. They see you know they have role models and for most of society up until the last couple of decades, women were not leaders and industry leaders of professions running the world. So that's to me the kind of the dynamic right now we are supposedly concerned that too, You know, there are more women than men by a significant margin there Graduate college. It would be interesting in 10 years' amount of track to see if the men who didn't go to college might still be in positions of power. Because the structures right now all our men dominated. They talk about even the universities are men dominated. How many university Presidents university Washington has as a woman president. But that's that's still the minority that right now the the structure, the societal structure hasn't shifted away. But maybe it's in the process of and we need to bring everybody up. Not just Some. That's true Tracy Taylor looking at traffic for us, So we are still dealing with this incident that's on 5 to 2, and that is just causing quite a bit of a problem for drivers right near Echo Lake Road, So if you are traveling through that area bunch of an extra seven minutes onto your drive since the right lane is blocked. 75 south of James Street, the convention center. We had an earlier wreck that has now cleared but the backup extends from just after North Gate drivers heading north under finding themselves stuck outside of the U District, two North gate and once again as we get past one, 75th and shoreline heading up 248 there in Everett have still some slower traffic both directions of four or five of the five to to merge. South and four or five is bumper to bumper at Bellevue, the valley freeways, little touch and go for drivers. As we get out of Kent and heading into parts of Auburn and 18. Eastman has quite a bit of slowing for those of you getting closer towards Auburn way traffic is brought to you by the Department of Health Covid 19 Vaccines now available to everyone. 12 and older. The schedule an appointment. Go to vaccine located droh dot Ah, A message from the Washington State Department of Health. Cairo Radio, Real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor, the G and Ursula Show. We have had many nurses reach out to us to share their experiences, and we've asked one of them to join us. Now we are going to keep her anonymous so that she can speak.
COVID-19 Long Haulers Get Specialized Help
"Early. In the pandemic there were some reports of people with odd symptoms such as fatigue and memory issues that continued long after their acute infection. Now these long haulers are getting some specialized help more and more. Data's coming out about long cohen. That's serious physical and mental effects that can last half the year after people. I get infected. The latest study came out last week in the journal. Nature medicine researchers looked at health records for a few hundred people in bergen norway. That was almost everyone in the city. Diagnosed with cohen. During several months in twenty twenty overall sixty one percent of the group had symptoms six months after they were first infected. Their most common problem was fatigue followed by difficulty concentrating. Disturb smell or taste memory trouble and a hard time breathing to striking things about these patients. One was that many had just a mild or moderate case of kobe at the star. The other was that a were young age. Sixteen to thirty other. Studies have reported similar symptom cluster. Such as one by university washington. Researchers that found about thirty percent of people was covered. Had these lingering troubles to doctors know what's causing these problems. That still a mystery. Tanya some people have organ damage related to the virus infection but some do not doctors are trying to figure out how best to treat them. Siam contributor melville newsome wrote this week about new covered recovery clinics that treat the whole patient rather than making people run from a lung doctor to a neurologist to an immunologist patients say the coordinated care helps and they feel more hopeful since they're being taken seriously and not dismissed as crank cases the nih is also taking it seriously spending about a billion dollars to study the disease. It now has an official job breaker of name post acute so calais of sars kobe to infection melba notes. However there's racial imbalance showing up at these clinics overwhelmingly. The people referred there are white but people of color are more likely to get cove it so access barriers. Such as lack of health insurance are likely keeping care away from many people who need it. It's yet another burden added to the healthy body. that's already hurting people. In the
New Data Released on Long Covid
"Early. In the pandemic there were some reports of people with odd symptoms such as fatigue and memory issues that continued long after their acute infection. Now these long haulers are getting some specialized help more and more. Data's coming out about long cohen. That's serious physical and mental effects that can last half the year after people. I get infected. The latest study came out last week in the journal. Nature medicine researchers looked at health records for a few hundred people in bergen norway. That was almost everyone in the city. Diagnosed with cohen. During several months in twenty twenty overall sixty one percent of the group had symptoms six months after they were first infected. Their most common problem was fatigue followed by difficulty concentrating. Disturb smell or taste memory trouble and a hard time breathing to striking things about these patients. One was that many had just a mild or moderate case of kobe at the star. The other was that a were young age. Sixteen to thirty other. Studies have reported similar symptom cluster. Such as one by university washington. Researchers that found about thirty percent of people was covered. Had these lingering troubles to doctors know what's causing these problems. That still a mystery. Tanya some people have organ damage related to the virus infection but some do not doctors are trying to figure out how best to treat them. Siam contributor melville newsome wrote this week about new covered recovery clinics that treat the whole patient rather than making people run from a lung doctor to a neurologist to an immunologist patients say the coordinated care helps and they feel more hopeful since they're being taken seriously and not dismissed as crank cases the nih is also taking it seriously spending about a billion dollars to study the disease. It now has an official job breaker of name post acute so calais of sars kobe to infection melba notes. However there's racial imbalance showing up at these clinics overwhelmingly. The people referred there are white but people of color are more likely to get cove it so access barriers. Such as lack of health insurance are likely keeping care away from many people who need it.
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"Former Washington attorney general Rob McKenna says yes, but it has not been tested yet in courts, he says a few people are suing their former employers for requiring the shot, though problem they have lost it in the problem of a college student would have pushing back against University. Washington's requirement, for example. Is that the language in the emergency? You thought you saw authorization for each of these vaccines doesn't speak to employers or to colleges, McKinnon tells Katie Th is Jason Rance. What is clear is that the federal government's cannot require people to get vaccinated. It was a bleak April jobs. Report. The U. S Labor Department says employers added just 266,000 jobs last month, economists had predicted more than 900,000. CBS. His way to Jang has the Republican reaction. Republicans claim that additional unemployment benefits are to blame $300 a week in federal aid on top of state payments, that average $320 a week. They're better off. Are financially. Stay home rather than go back to work. The Chamber of Commerce today called for an end to those benefits, and the GOP governors of South Carolina and Montana have announced its residents would be cut off from those funds next month. Arguing they're harming the economy. President Biden says his infrastructure plan will help the country's economy turned around. But Republicans are not on board with raising the corporate tax rates to pay for it. Washington's childcare providers get some relief today kind of radios in the cold Jennings with more on a new law that aims to help with a swipe of his pen. Governor Inslee signed the fair start for Kids Act. You, John, it 37. This bill is historic..
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"I hope my head's comes through for us. I have to tell you. I hope that our great vice president are great vice president comes through for us. He's a great guy course if he doesn't come through I won't like it. But as much Behind closed doors. President Trump applied living in pressure to his second in command. Multiple reports confirmed that President Trump used his personal attorneys and other officials to pressure the vice president. Trump before the tone, almost anyone who called him to also called the vice president, according to reports when Mike Pence was in the over office. President Trump would call people to try to get them to convince the vice president to help him. President Trump kept repeating the best. They're pence could stop the certification to his base to anger them, hoping to intimidate Mike Pence. On the morning of the rally on January 6 president Trump Tweeted Mike Pence has to do is send them back to the states and in all caps, he wrote, and we win. You weren't Mike. This is a time for extreme courage. President. Trump later went on to attack pence nearly a dozen times in this speech at the Save America March. Privately in person before Pence headed, oversee the joint session on January 6 President Trump again threatened pence. You can either go down in history as a patriot, Mr Trump told him, according to two people briefed on the conversation. Or you can go down in history as a pussy. As a veteran. I find it deeply dishonorable that our former president and commander in chief, he created patriotism with violating the Constitution and overturning the election. That's again a language advisory. You're listening to live unexpurgated hearings in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump your greater These are part of the official record. It is testimony. You will hear language we ordinarily wouldn't use in broadcast his ground. But it is part of his grave official stood their ground. Refuse the president and fulfilled his duty on January 6 even after the Capitol was attacked, even after he was personally targeted even after his family. Was targeted. Vice president. Pence stood strong and certify the election. Vice president. Pence showed us what it means to be an American. What it means to show courage. He put his country his oath, his values and his morals above the will of one man. President had tried everything in his power to seize the everything in his attempt to seize power from the rightful victor of the election. President Trump's extraordinary actions who increasingly more desperate You saw him go from pursuing claims the courts to threatening state and local election officials to then attacking members of Congress and the Senate to compromising our justice Report. Mint And then to attacking the Republican vice president. These great public servants were being pressured by our commander in chief to overturn the results. Some of them and their families got death threats. Thankfully. At every turn or democratic processes prevailed and the rule of law prevailed. There's only because all these people stayed strong and we refused. President Trump that our republic held fast in the well of the electorate was seeing through. And at this point President Donald J. Trump ran out of nonviolent options. To maintain power. Began to raise. I began today by raising the question of how we got here. What you saw was a man so desperate to cling to power that he tried everything he could to keep it. When you ran out of non violent measures, he turned to the violent mob. That attacked your Senate chamber on January 6. As you cast your vote after this trial. I hope each of you will think of the bravery of all these people. Who said no to President Trump. Because they knew that this was not right that this was not America. That was Congressman Ted Lieu, a Democrat from California. Weird soon we'll hear from Jamie Raskin, the lead impeachment manager. Once against representative Stacey Plaskett, the Virgin Islands will show in quite chilling detail. I should say how President Trump Was well aware of the threat of violence on January 6 and how he welcomed an amplified his supporters plans for insurrection. Against the union. Uh, I should say, as lead manager. This is a moment of special pride for me because representative Plaskett is not only the first delegate ever to be on a team of impeachment managers in American history, but she was also my law student at American University's Washington College of Law, and I hope I'm not violating any federal educational records laws when I say she was an a student then, and she's an a plus student now. States of possibles. Representative Plaskett delegate from the Virgin Islands..
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"Department for the latest. This is a two part process depending on the vaccine you get. If it's Fizer, you need the second shot within three weeks. Donna. It's four weeks. So since this group of people a 65 and older and some younger households started getting vaccinated on January 18th when the governor set the new phase in motion, it means the very first people are going to need their Fizer booster shot the second dose on Monday. But is the supply going to be there? Is there a guarantee, though, that people will definitely get their second dose on that. B? Yeah, we're hearing after our state and federal partners. If there's anything that comes up, we'll certainly be communicating with our individuals. But We have been receiving her second ghost allocations when we need them. So we're on friends, but you don't have the second dose is in hand. Right now. You're you're planning on them being received from the federal government and the state correct? Yep. And I've saved Department of Health leads those allocation efforts and the State Department of Health issue this statement. We are committed to ensuring there is a second dose of covert 19 vaccine for everyone who gets there. First Dose. Second doses are allocated in ordered separately from first doses, and they're sent directly to the provider University Washington Medicine says that they are guaranteeing that the 1st and 2nd dose is there going to be administered. They have the second dose is ready to go. However, they say because of the short supply they are canceling for right now, any more appointments for that first dose they're going to put it on pause. Its national women and girls in Sports Day and Co Mohs Bill Swartz found one group of female athletes especially thankful for the opportunity to compete again. March 12 2020, the powerful University of Washington softball team was all set to take on the U. S Olympic squad at month like That Marquis softball game and the rest of the season, though taken away by Corona virus, It was like the most like heartbreaking thing. The season coming to an end, last year's All Americans, shortstop Sis Bates and catcher Morgan Flores thought their college careers were over, Like a lot of us have never Not played for so long, like I've never gone a span of like what, Like five months without like competing a greater appreciation. Just like Be with my teammates. No matter like What setting? It is just even being like In the locker room at practice Teammate pitcher Gabby Plane returned to her native Australia with plenty of unknowns. So I was able to get back home had to quarantine two weeks on the back end of that I was at home all the way up until January, so it was pretty difficult being home while everyone else was here and training and then the NC double a granted most all college athletes, a coronavirus, makeup year plane Bates Flores and six other U Dub seniors. Decided to return for another chance at a national championship. I didn't have to put too much thought into the decision like I knew if I had another opportunity, I was absolutely going to take it to pull it off. Coach Heather Tarr and her young women will have to remain focused on beating a bevy of talented softball opponents and the virus. All those coded protocols and Education or around contact tracing within the county and, you know best practices and realistic practices where we're not, you know, creating a negative team environment on February 12th in Las Vegas, the second rank Washington Huskies hope to resume a journey. Postpone the 11 months ago. Wanna keep Playing until I can't anymore because it is genuinely so much fun for me and my teammates. I'm Bill Swartz Comeau News Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Coma News. Now you're Coble. Money news sponsored by Propel Insurance after a two day rally stocks held in a tight range today, ending the session narrowly mixed to gain of 36 points for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. S and P 500 NASDAQ composite ended within a couple of points of where they began the day. Even a has just out with quartered result of fourth quarter results that look to be impressive. The e commerce company posted adjusted per share earnings of 86. Cents has revenues soared. 28% to $2.9 billion In response, eBay shares air surging 8.5% in after hours trading. That's your money now. Here are your political insights from ABC News. President Biden says he's confident a bipartisan covert relief deal can be reached after meeting with the president, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Democrats will work with Republicans on a deal when they can We want to do it bipartisan. But we must be strong hide and says he won't negotiate for stimulus checks below the $1400 amount in his current $1.9 trillion plan, But he left open the possibility that checks could go to a smaller group of Americans. It's the House is set to vote Thursday on a resolution to remove Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments. Green has come under fire for embracing conspiracy theories. In a statement, House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy condemned greens comments but didn't take any action against her. In a solemn ceremony, lawmakers honored Capitol police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died from injuries he encourage during the January 6th riot. And those are your political insights. I'm Elizabeth Scholesy. ABC NEWS. Quinnipiac University has new poll numbers out for President Joe Biden, James Flipping reports. 61% of respondents say they're optimistic for President Biden's term and two weeks into his time in office, 49% approve of how he's handling the job while 36% say they disapprove. Meanwhile, the poll numbers are more clearly defined when it comes to President Biden's proposed $1.9 trillion covert 19 stimulus bill As seven out of 10 respondents say they're in favor of it. The Super Bowl is this Sunday and President Biden will do a pre game interview with CBS. ABC is Karen Travers is in Washington with the tables. President Biden continues a White House Super Bowl Sunday tradition and interview with the network broadcasting the championship game. The president will sit down with CBS News anchor Norah O'Donnell. The interview will air during the pregame show. After Biden is a big sports fan. He was in Minneapolis in 2018 with his wife, Jill. Tow watch their beloved Philadelphia Eagles win the Super Bowl. The Bidens were even on the field for the post game celebration with the players. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Homo traffic.
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"Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM, 97 7 and Good Evening I'm Rick fantasize ELISA Jaffe With the day off our editor, Jeremy. Greater Technical Direction from painter. Web headlines. Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney will keep her position as the chair of the House Republican Conference. Members called her leadership into question after she voted to impeach former President Trump. Trader Joe's, saying it will temporarily raise pay for all its employees across the U. S. In response to a recently passed mandate in Seattle, requiring large grocery stores to increase pay by $4 an hour for its front line workers during the Corona virus pandemic mass vaccinations against Cove in 19 continue. Thousands got their first shot, but is there enough vaccine supply to handle the second shot? We got to come was Keith Eldridge. You talked about this with Stephanie Dunkel of the become a Pierce County Health department. This is a two part process depending on the vaccine you get. If it's Fizer, you need the second shot within three weeks. Madonna. It's four weeks. So since this group of people a 65 and older and some younger households started getting vaccinated on January, 18th, the governor set the new phase in motion. It means that very first people are going to need their Fizer booster shot the second dose on Monday. But is the supply going to be there? Is there a guarantee, though, that people will definitely get their second dose on that. D Yeah, we're hearing that from our state and federal partners. If there's anything that comes up will certainly be communicating with our individuals. But We have been receiving our second dose allocations when we need them. So we're on, Frank. You don't have the second dose is in hand. Right now. You're you're planning on them being received from the federal government and the state? Correct? Yes, And I've saved Department of athletes, those allocation efforts and the state Department of Health issue this statement. We are committed to Ensuring there is a second dose of covert 19 vaccine for everyone who gets there. First Dose. Second doses are allocated in ordered separately from first doses, and they're sent directly to the provider University Washington Medicine says that they are guaranteeing that the 1st and 2nd dose is there going to be administered. They have the second dose is ready to go, however, they say, because of the short supply. They're canceling for right now. Any more appointments for that first dose? They're going to put it on Pause. All right. Thank you, Keith. That's come. Most Keith Eldridge, experts are debunking myths going around on social media about the Koven 19 vaccine and infertility. Many soon to be. Moms are also wondering if it's safe for them. The closer look now with Cuomo's Tammy Matassa social media has been getting flooded with comments and concerns about the covert 19 vaccine and infertility like this one from Sam saying. Nurse said work was arguing about how the covert vaccine causes infertility. I'm so tired, Dr Elizabeth Meat from Swedish Hospital is debunking the myths. There's very little even plausible, scientific way that this could cause infertility, experts say. Rather, the FDA cleared both the Visor and Madonna vaccines for women of childbearing age to use. Although pregnant women were not included in the vaccine trials, a few dozen who participated, became pregnant and continued in the trials with no safety issues for pregnant people. We don't have any evidence to suggest that it's not safe, and if you're at high risk of coveted which pregnant people are we think you should really consider it and talk with your doctor about it. You dope, head of allergy and infectious diseases Doctor and a walled cites a new study just last week. Those are very nice study showing that the risk of severe disease and death is higher and pregnant versus non pregnant women. Which leads us to this next question soon to be moms have on their mind. Amy asked us what phase are pregnant people in to get the vaccine. The Department of Health told US in Washington face one B Tier three includes people 16 years and older with two or more of these co morbidity, ease or underlying conditions, but officials add if pregnancy is your only underlying condition. You might have to wait until phase to the health Department as a people who are pregnant may also be eligible for other reasons that earlier tears So if you have any more questions, though, free to reach out to me, Abby a Cockney or common news, Alright, Thank you. Tammy. Tammy Matanza Reporting it is 6 20 Jim.
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"You achieve the same result with avocados or nuts? Well, you won't get the same results was nuts because not having a protein in them, And they have the wrong kinds of fat. Most nuts are full of omega six fats, and you already have way too many of those if you eat any of the seed oils. And avocados. I've tried blending in avocado into coffee and let me just tell you coffee. Guacamole is a horrifying experience. Do not do that to coffee or avocados. Yeah, I can't imagine that You could do a lot of good things with avocados, ice creams, smoothies. I would not. I'm sure you've tried putting it in coffee. I have indeed. And I regret it to this day. What I can tell you, though, is if like a lot of people, So I want to be a plant based. I'm going to use avocados becomes they're still relatively high in omega six oils. Have a lot of mono unsaturated good fats. So if you want to do a half or whole avocado today, that's fine, but it's going to be difficult to use just avocados to get into ketosis. Because just like most of the other fats you could do that includes animal fats that includes even things like wrestle butter, which are generally good for most people. What you end up with is it takes a couple days before the body realizes. Oh, Have to convert the fact into key count when you take em CT oil the way you know hundreds of millions of times you've all done a symbol of your copy. The empty oil cannot be stored as fat. And your body doesn't even process it like normal fat. It's just Oh, let me just take this and put it straight into energy production. And so it bypasses, Deliver it bypasses. A lot of things is almost burned more like a carbohydrate. And, interestingly, the body won't store in CT oil like it does normal that you even bother any kind of fat. For the most part, the body can store it. But EMC, Doyle says, I can't start. I better burn it. And that is that instant burning of the fat for energy. That's why when the doughnut is sitting in front of you, there's no voice in your head. That's right that the second passing hack in the books, especially for people who want to function during the day during the intermission fast You could make it a light bulb Profuse. Take your black coffee. Even just a teaspoon of grass of butter. Couple teaspoons of brain octane, innit? You have blended up. And the difference between wanting food and craving and sort of gaming mid morning and just feeling that gets the best money had in a long time. It is noticeable that first time so this is one of those. Oh, you get used to it. It's what just happened to me kind of land. And I say that was so much confidence because of the 10 years. You video. Is there something about the answer is the M C. T oil have to bond to the butter. And how does Why boat know the reason for both mystified me. In fact, it made me mad on Do you know I love Iraq, right? I'm a scientist. And I experimental lot. Of course, like any sane person. Why would have blended stuff? I can't even think about her and drink some coffee. It's like I did this one. I felt myself last. I'm meeting a chick about her, like a snickers barks when hungry and fasting and And you know what? People looked at me Funny. I don't know what, but I had abs and they didn't. So it seemed okay. I'm looking at you funny, and I can't even see you. That's that's not doesn't sound good. Wasn't it was fortified myself, do it. And it didn't work. Here's why butter matters so much and this is a secret of y bulletproof copy works that I didn't write about in my book because I hadn't done the research after I called Dr Jerry Pollack at University, Washington and I gave him $50,000 to do basic water biochemistry research. This guy. Figured out that Give me a sec, Terry. It's water. Oh, water, biochemistry research success out of the water, and you just wanted I know. Go the You're giving your own research by drinking it. What he what he did. You figured out something called exclusions on water, and there's all kinds of people out there. So it's removed. Because because you talk about you know, magic fairy angel structured water and pray over your water. And your that might be some efficacy to that. That's the kind of structured water or exclusions and water that doctor Polish studies. You can see it under a microscope. It's actually visible, so we know it's there. Normally when you drink water Your body takes the water, and it has to put the water in next year. Cells and yourselves are made of tiny droplets of fat. That's what the cell membrane is. And then Body heats the water up with body heat, and over time the water changes from the water. You drink into exclusions on water. Before you can make energy using water as a part of the energy cycle. You have to do this? When you put the butter in the coffee and you blend it. You've ruined it for about 20 seconds. Those tiny droplets of fat transformed the water in the coffee into exclusion zone water. Dr. Public's Research revealed very recently, actually. That droplets of butterfat in water form the largest exclusion zone he's ever seen and water. So.
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"AP News Minute California's the first state to top three million Corona virus cases coming just 25 days after the state hit two million cases, Texas has more than two million cases. There are three other states with at least one million Florida, New York and Illinois. Those figures here from Johns Hopkins University. Nearly 399,000 people have died in the pandemic in this country. Health officials expect that to push past 400,000 by tomorrow, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says cases air easing in his state after the holiday spike one of his goals now convincing people that vaccines are safe and effective. We're reaching out to communities that have less trust in the vaccine. To have interventions to speak to those communities of the incoming Biden administration will reverse the Trump Administration decision to lift travel restrictions on Europe, the U. K Ireland and Brazil. I'm Tim McGuire. I might grassi a report in California is urged to stop using some Corona virus vaccines after some recipients fall ill. California state epidemiologist says the state should halt the use of a lot of Corona by respect scenes after some people received medical treatment for possible severe allergic reactions. Doctor Erica Pan recommends Ah Hall to vaccinations using lot 41 L 28 of the Madonna vaccine until an investigation of the possible allergic reactions is completed. More than 10. People who all received the vaccine at the same community site required medical attention over a 24 hour period. On Monday, California became the first state to record three million cases of co bid 19 since the pandemic began early last year. I Mike Rossio, California State epidemiologist says the state should halt the use of a lot of Corona by respect scenes after some people received medical treatment for possible severe allergic reactions. Doctor Erica Pan recommends AH halt Vaccinations using lot 41 l 28 of the Madonna vaccine until an investigation of the possible allergic reactions is completed. Fewer than 10. People who all received the vaccine at the same community site required medical attention over a 24 hour period. On Monday, California became the first state to record three million cases of co bid 19 Since the pandemic began early last year, I might cross eo three million. I'm Tim McGuire, with an AP newsman in California is the first state in the nation a top three million corona virus cases. That grim milestone coming just 25 days after the state hit two million cases, Texas has more than two million cases. There are three other states with at least one million Florida, New York and Illinois. Those figures are from Johns Hopkins University, Washington and the nation. Readying for Wednesday's inauguration of President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris at a King Day event in Washington, Harris talked about the need for the new administration to hit the ground running. There is a lot to do. Some would say.
Physical distancing 'impossible' for the deafblind amid COVID
"Imagine being unable to see or hear throughout all of this the one sense you truly rely on that sense of touch it's also been taken away from you a lot of ways there are thousands of Americans brought home the last month and a half has seriously challenged their ability to thrive A. B. C.'s Devin Dwyer reports on deaf blind Americans grappling with isolation and social distancing during the pandemic most of the sights and sounds of the inescapable the number of cases of coronavirus spiking here in the U. S. this is a terrible experience but for some Americans the scope of this outbreak has been uniquely difficult to face my name is Philip was murder I am deaf blind Philip Wismer student a gala that university Washington DC is one of an estimated forty thousand Americans facing cope with nineteen while unable to clearly see or hear I have not gone off campus since March eighteenth I only come out of my dorm to get food get the mail and that's about it it sounds lonely yeah it is sometimes I I do feel wrongly my other friends that are completely blind feeling very very isolated deaf blind Americans survive by touch hand over hand to communicate fingers on braille signs for mobility hugs and handshakes to feel connected experts say deaf blindness is a spectrum not everyone experiences complete darkness and total silence but touch is critical now comes with significant health risks in many guides are fearful of being touched and touching back twenty eight year old Tyler Samuel of Nashville Tennessee says she's fighting that loneliness relying on our partner for help with daily tasks the genetic condition since birth is degraded her hearing and sight line you're just really worried that I wouldn't wouldn't find an independent and when you do find it you don't want to lose it and so for it to be kind of chipped away is it kind of lowers your self esteem Samuel still walks to work every day by herself this is mine now can empty walk home pediatric surgery coordinator at Vanderbilt University hospital she's a freelance opera singer with dreams of going big the pandemic has prompted some soul searching I lost a friend I go to pick her up and she was very young and thirty early thirties and it prompted me to go head to get my mastectomy will together that's something that I want it like my wishes to me now a trip to the hospital is what many deaf blind Americans told ABC news they fear most there's an assumption in a lot of medical community is that it's better to speak Jack then disable Hoppin girl is a leading advocate for the community I would be terrified I would not get communication a sense that I would not get the care I need to get the virus and go to the hospital she says it's a fight for equality the daughter of an Eritrean refugee Irma is the first deaf blind woman to graduate from Harvard law school in twenty fifteen president Obama recognized her as a champion of change when I'm asking questions today hop and you're actually feeling my questions with your fingers please ask me questions I with her special braille keyboard guide dog Milo by your side Girma an informal network of deaf blind advocates are determined not to be forgotten it's certainly not and Saxena hobby disability and should deal with death Linus I think makes people very you know uncomfortable generally Rebecca Alexander of New York City wants the world to know that deaf blind professionals can pitch in to she's volunteering her services as a counselor to hospital workers on the front lines just knowing that even someone like me who the community I think at large if they knew how limited my vision and my hearing was they might not consider via someone they would reach out to for help and it does feel good to be able to provide that Ashley Benton who coordinates services for the deaf blind in North Carolina says police in rural areas are checking on residents who don't have technology to communicate they contacted us which was beautiful so we were able to work with the officers who have the appropriate PP to go in and check on the step one consumer to make sure they were safe it's so important because we're always together near Seattle deaf blind sisters Nancy and Debbie summer sticking together through it all but we can't all thank goodness we have computers we can talk with each other yeah I think the persistence to stay connected and to contribute to the recovery the deaf blind community raising its voice in its own way what do you like a missing these days I love queen I like the end all of what you mean rap city and like so many dreaming of that big escape after cove it what I would like to do after this is all over with it's taking