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"us food drug administration" Discussed on The Editors
"Made us part of your feed at industry and services out there from spotify to i tunes and if you like what you hear here please consider giving us a glowing five star review on itunes. If you don't like what you hear here please forget. I said anything. So m mb. Joe biden has gone there. He wants to impose a vaccine mandate not on the military not on federal workers. Not on contractors are not just on those people but on employers that have more than one hundred people working for them. There is an instance reaction to this on the right a firestorm of opposition. People saying that they're not gonna comply urging people not to comply would do you make well. It's a betrayal of what biden said. Which is that. He was against mandates and didn't think they would could work From the federal government it will send people who are Paranoid about the government's agglomeration of emergency powers and it's continued broken promises. Through shifting goalposts vaccine it will send them into a tizzy Saying i see. I told you so You know this is just going to get worse and worse Biden struck every room. Note in his speech he He failed to describe an in state to the pandemic and the emergency measures. He's introducing have introduced at a time. When i think a huge amount of the public is exhausted of this he made it personal. Instead of you know The appropriate rhetorical posed to strike for president of the entire country is to urge people to do what they can for the common. Good right for the the Vaccine's will help us end this pandemic instead. He expressed exasperation and A lack of patience with scores of millions of americans like directly he. He vented his anger and frustration and the frustration of keno. Two hundred million americans at another eighty million americans. He he said things that make no sense. You know that in in one breath he said if you get the vaccine your chance of being hospitalized for kobe. Nineteen is one hundred sixty thousand and he immediately shifted to saying. I now have to take these extraordinary steps to protect you. The vaccinated from the unvaccinated and of course you know it involves this move through osha and your employer so the hr department. That already tells you what to think. And what pronouns do you use and how to sign off on your emails. They will now tell you what to do with your doctor or what you have to do in lieu of it. This is many baleful trends of cova era governance and progressive era governance all compacted into one mandate and also. It's not clear that they believe this is going to pass muster the osha regulations. Don't really work like this. They're supposed to be kind of exclusively for workplace issues. And this is an attempt to achieve a broader public health goal. In ron clean is a even said like this was a re tweeted claims that this was a brilliant way to get around limitations of federal authority. Well that could be wrong. Client has the the worst re tweets of any white house chief staff ever. I think. I think we can favorite saying that mean that could be cited in that re tweet could be cited in case the in a hearing that that puts this thing down in circuit court could be evidenced itself. The the white house knows what it's doing is not above board. It's just it's it's also it seems to me is desperate. Sign of panic that we seem to be if you look just by case numbers and even by death numbers. We're now in a worst spot currently than we were twelve months ago when we had no vaccines and the white house's panicking they promise to shut down the virus and they don't know how to do it at this point and so the only idea that is satisfying cathartic to launch. Is this attempt to use sticks to beat the recalcitrant into compliance. I think this is carried out further. I think we could start seeing Resistance to this the way you saw resistance in paris or in rome or other european capitals where you have major street protests and demonstrations against these mandates and. it's also just kind of set on fire. This mood on the left. That sort of like well healthcare is a right exactly if you don't do the right things if you don't get the vaccine. Maybe shouldn't go get icu treatment. Maybe you should be triage away. Maybe your health insurance premiums should go up if you're not behaving right in all that stuff It's the sort of stuff that makes you reach for the safety on your weapon is it. It's it's a threat So yeah i think this was a disaster and I think it would be better for biden if the courts somehow saved him from this. You know i mean maybe maybe the ideas that the courts won't let us through but a bunch of major companies will Respond to this by imposing mandates of their own volition. Jim we're gonna talk about the divan. On the politics a second segment on on the mandate here but just on the policies so that last point that. Mvp was making del. Devil's advocate take here. So this is an epidemic now a pandemic really of the unvaccinated. Yeah we're having breakthrough cases but thank god. They're not particularly serious. Most of the time and the vaccine protects you from Hospitalization and death. Where we we've seeing these. Michael also alluded to these astonishing number. Some of the worst of the pandemic of not the the worst of the pandemic right now among those tens of millions of unvaccinated people. So just as a public health matter. Maybe this thing isn't gonna stand but maybe you tell yourself well. This is yet another way and a more rigorous way to send the message that you really should get vaccinated and maybe you know. Get struck down places. Maybe some employers don't do it but some employer is will do it or even if they're not complying with the mandate might say well you know what we're just gonna have our own own policy mandating vaccination on our own power which know various private companies have already done anything to be said for that way of looking at it. Well i want to rehash what michael had said about the contradiction. The speech the idea that if you're vaccinated you're really protected. You really don't have anything to worry about the odds of you. Having a bad reaction are extraordinarily small. And also we're gonna protect you from the unvaccinated. Co workers are unvaccinated people in society. There's a lean out in the morning jolt today. This is like a couple other kind of ramifications of this thinking that if you're vaccinated some other unvaccinated first of living down the street is a threat to you and biden. Emphasizing that there are eighty million americans could get vaccinated. Have not gotten back sedated yet. They're also fifty million americans who are not vaccinated who cannot get vaccinated because they are children aged eleven or younger and according to the us food drug administration bat vaccine is not going to be ready for them earlier than midwinter. Apparently they're hoping for before the end of the year but in all likelihood it's looking at january and one of the points that was kinda contradictory to everything else biden mustang about the need to get everybody vaccinated splits possible is by no means. We're going to rush it. They were not gonna have any particular they would not unveil or you know promote or allow vaccinations for kids until they were one hundred percent certain that there were safe in in alaska but even bigger than the issue of oh by the way. We've got this big mass of americans who are leather younger who can't get vaccinated. We'll get back in it for awhile. We've also got the matter of several billion people around the world who can't get back at the heart of this by really specifically say this. But you hear this from folks on the left and the people who are really pro vaccination all the time this idea that every unvaccinated person is basically a ticking time bomb The idea that the virus could get into them and it could mutate and god forbid someday we can up with a variant. that cannot be stopped by vaccinations. And then we're right back to january twenty twenty..
Krispy Kreme Doubles Free-Doughnut Offer as First Vaccine Wins FDA Approval
"Christie Cream is doubling its free donuts offer for people who are vaccinated against Covid 19, now offering them to free donuts a day through from August 30th until September, 5th. The promotion comes after the Food Drug Administration gave full approval to the Pfizer vaccine. Starting in March. Crispy cream had been offering a free donut a day for the rest of the year. Two people who are vaccinated as a way to encourage getting the shots. The chain has given away more than 2.5 million doughnuts. Though the real through the deal so far, customers need to show their vaccination card. Or your tattoo to get $3.
"us food drug administration" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"Can't get the vaccination to minimize some of those risks. That they have just fucking take it so we could be done with this ship right. Yeah just will say oh. What about the complications. You look at. The numbers. Accomplish vaccine are such a fraction of a fractured fractured. Compared to if you get cove it's just crazy. Yes same proudly like auto want that because we don't know what future you drink four cans of monsters. You ribbon heaters all day long and you drink like a fish. You're not concerned with your body. You treat your body like a dumpster. The president news now the president could issue a waiver requiring troops to get back stagnated prior to formal vaccine approval by the us food drug administration. That's what the lawmakers saying. This should be obvious. Fear once the the fda approves it financially maybe people's minds will be at ease a little bit. But that's another part of the controversy. Hasn't been prepared. Jay which i understand. Yeah i get that too. But the science behind the corona virus and that has been around for a long time and every major scientists in the world that does vaccination does medicine focused on that for about a year. And that's the and there are so much money that was poured into it. If we had the same amount of effort for cancer we would cure cancer to like if the entire world population of the smartest biologist and all that really focusing on one thing they. I'm sure they could solve anything. They want to with unlimited money and unlimited like resources Defense secretary lloyd austin. He is seems to be tipping towards mandatory vaccines. He said quite frankly. I'm inclined to move towards making sure that everyone is protected. He said this kind of candidates celtics last week. So i have a feeling that it's come into for the military argument that it's for national security. Because i yeah. I just think people just don't want told what to do. Ever join the military. Got one talking. I'm not saying the military specifically. I'm talking about general but yes especially the military. Don't don't join the adverse to being told what to do what i really. That's it comes down to his the choice for themselves. And they don't want to be put in a position where they feel forced to do it one way or another because a lot of people will just dig their heels in principle rains very much so like if you give them marina choice to do something or not. Do something it's going to be. Don't do it i. That's going to be the go-to because there's not very many as as a young junior enlisted troops and combat arms. That you have control over so if you're given like i can control this for myself. You're going to keep that long as you possibly can. A one officials said we're not going to do it for not order is our soldiers mindset. I guess is what they said again. It they understand that too. That's exactly that's the way they'll fucking cookie crumbles. Let's let's move onto round number. Four was is going to be our interview with randy. The natural tour serious now zero block thirty to have backed randy. The natural quarteur. Who have said is my favorite fighter of all time. I used to love like being marine being a staff sergeant. He really came in and was when you started smacking all tito ortiz on the button and give them a little hooker snapper treatment. This is my guy. This is the guy that arrived with forever. And it's great to have you back on the show. Great to be back on..
"us food drug administration" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show
"Gay s as funny as as you say that from my perch more standing i can actually see caribou a bio scientists Jennifer is crisper companies. Right down the street. Just sort of the weird wonderful part about being in bay area But you're a. Usda decided they really wanted wanted this this these products in Giordano all of all the new name for the audience here genetically engineered animals. I worked on these projects in these. These are these are regulated by the us food drug administration currently and usda wants to regulate them and the arguments are are interesting nonetheless. Fda regulates genetically junior animals. We'll see how this shakes if they get moved over. Usda so I wish jack was here. I think he stepped out. But you know one of the things. I heard him talk about us. How all these different constituencies within the traditional ag and say i need to work and oftentimes they're pitted against each other. Because you know you haven't comments People see their livelihoods as being threatened At the end of the day though everyone's producing protein producing food for the population on earth. And so i imagine you think a lot about this and and kind of how this industry needs evolve and how these these different kinds of forces are pitted against each other Whether it makes sense or not. But i'm curious about like you know if you look at traditional agriculture in like how you kind of position to them and how this could be win win. Have you given that much thought. Is that something that you think can be kind of structured in a in a way or you can maybe use the levers and government of lovers in private enterprise to kind of help that move more smoothly absolutely. I mean we actually have. It's one of the values of the company is big tent mentality that the in that derives from this and this has been based in the company architecture since basically day one this notion that that effectively it takes a village one to do anything like that. No one single entity has all of the solutions every viewpoint. There's no panopticon sort of viewpoint on solutions to this particular. These big global issues like feeding growing up population of people sustainably an completely greasy. Michael this notion And we have lived this value of proactively finding common ground with people that might on the surface you would think would be antagonistic to our particular industry are where we're going but in reality We share a lot of common ground and we got out of her way. That we currently work with the north american beat institute and we've publicly Signed works together multiple times and we consider them Good friends in terms of the partnership.
"us food drug administration" Discussed on Tree Roots
"I want to remind you that. The sources that i mentioned throughout the episode will always be cited as we go on this journey into very complex complex this podcast centers around the history of environmentalism. And how we got to where we are today. I guess you can say we are getting to the root of the issue. The chief so always know that. When you're listening to this podcast it's going to be relevant research and resourceful before we get started. Feel free to find me. Follow me comment and share your thoughts on my instagram at. You can call me jackson. But that's only if you want to. You can also find our podcast to ground at the tree roots. Podcast now that that's the way let's get started in today's topic all of these diets we've been hearing about. What are they all about. You know what do they come from. So we're going to get into that today. Okay now listen what is also great. Podcast shot despite beamed sylvia. I love them as much. But otherwise ok not listen. I didn't know what to expect when i really started researching the charging of all these diets but to spoil it not really spoil it because we're gonna get into it. It's a ton of religion and a little bit a math like it's really surprising. I know it's interesting. I just need to get into it. But i really wanted to answer the question about being which really grow into popularity over my lifetime because it definitely wasn't a huge thing when i was growing up as a kid so i really wanted to know how it got started and how i got popular so after doing some research. I think i've found some good info on where it came from. So i think we should start with the popular one. Veganism and at times article about the history of veganism. They place the start of people using the word. Veganism in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. A british woodworker named donald watson was one who really started to use it since he didn't feel like vegetarian was a good description for his lifestyle since he didn't really consume any dairy or eggs on the vegan society website. They even detail how they came up with the word vegan it was explained by donald that the word is basically the beginning very letters and begin and the last two letters vegan. The g. a. n. was born from vegetarian. Which i think is very clever. Donald the definition of veganism basically comes down to this you avoid any animal products which can sometimes include avoiding leather and other animal materials. It is noted that this specific lifestyle choice of avoiding leather and materials from animals is typically one of the most strict dispersions of veganism as well as the least popular even though the word was coined in nineteen forty four. Of course their practice itself goes back way before this. they just didn't have a word for it. It was even linked back to ancient indian societies. Which i'll talk about more in a which brings me to the mother of most of these diets. Vegetarianism typically vegetarianism can be traced back to the fifth century in india due to religion. Hinduism buddhism and other religions all have restrictive diets because of their religious beliefs in nonviolence. So the definition of vegetarianism is simply not consuming meat. However vegetarianism is known for having their many subcategories like veganism. That's often based off of vegetarian. Diet can also be traced back to china and their inclusion of tofu in their food and similarly with pan which brings me to one of the most surprising discoveries research process. Here we go listen. Vegetarianism can also be linked to ancient greece right. Specifically the mathematician and philosopher. the factories. Remember the dude who created the geometric pythagorean theorem you went to school. Did the maths right. Remember as squared plus. B squared equals c squared triangles and hip hop news. That's this dude. His followers are noted for being one of the first self-proclaimed bit vegetarians. It is questioned if the guy himself was strictly vegetarian but either way. Many translations of his work have mentioned his abstinence from all meet moving on from the ancient tokyo times in eighteen forty seven. The first vegetarian society was founded in england. Three years later the american version was founded in new york city during this time many of the early meetings for the organization had very famous people. Ten like susan b. anthony from here the movement just kept growing. The first vegetarian church was founded which from the lifestyle to be even more responsible in spiritual now even though there is a specific. What's on the books such and for this episode. There is something not worthy about what the vegetarian looming contributed to the government. That i would like to tell you guys. So and nineteen thousand. Six upton saint clair published a very famous book titled the jungle. This book was all about the mi industry at the time and how it was very unsanitary. This book was basically an expose on the meat industry. So it's sparked of attention. It even sparked the us government to start looking into the meat industry so they had to create the peer food. Drug ac and the us food drug administration literally the same year. So thanks vegetarian. New meet for that one solid because now we have the fda which will regulate our meat and before then it was really just the wild wild west. So thanks for that. So let's take a quick pause and look into the fda because they're just as much a part of the meat industry as all of us and thanks to them. The meat industry and food industry in general was able to be regulated and become safer for every american before then like i said many food products were lacking regulation and sanitation checks. Which is why saint. Clair ended up writing the book on it. The creation of the fda really helped give regulation to most food products drugs and even make now disability was a later addition to the fda which was originally focused on agriculture. The federal food and drug act of nineteen o six really. Give them the power to regulate things since the amended their mission statement. The act was signed into law by president theodore roosevelt and was nicknamed the willie act after the founder of the fda dr harvey willie. Dr rally was sparked into this conversation as a kid missed because he was concerned about all the extra chemicals and preservatives. Our being added to food due to this the act really focused on enforcing labeling of all those ingredients and it could not be misleading. Also a mandated. Dangerous ingredients like all cocaine because this was in nineteen. Hundreds had to be listed this also relates to the labelling of meat products as well. So this whole act really helped. Fda formulate and regulate a lot better than before so. Thanks them for that.
"us food drug administration" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Be careful out there and the assassin down up saying this in this country. Black folks brown folks latinos minorities. Be careful street right now in a sack on understand why me saying this. But it's the facts in his factual. Be careful we all need to pray for children and everybody out there. You have a have a twenty two twenty three year old. Jose got a twenty-three myself. I've got a thirty seven year. Old son in coach has a son on the way and he has these kids and we all have loved ones. Even if you don't have children in that chat room you do have nephews nieces or kids that you and teenagers that you look we just need to pray for these folks and pray for us today in this country only thing that right now we could only do right now out. Paris tells the police. Paul push hands on both steering wheel. Don't say and let them know that everything's in the glove compartment and we still get killed. We're actually twenty yards the lighting. And you get maced did beat up right. You reach the documents and they sent you. Because i can't wait acapa. I've got i've run. What the hell is going on and not by sight getting killed right right right i tell you i feel as though having a black sun in america and i say something because they are more targeted than the females but we are still talking about. What a big black sun. It's like a soldier walking on of a battlefield land mines. It's dangerous very dangerous. Dangerous so crazy on a turkey to let us pray for us. Spray for all of us yes does barbie said it was forty three million black votes. We don't play pray for off now all we have to do right now. And the sad to say that in in this country with the social unrest and this woman needs to be. You can't commit this type across right right coach that racism supersede everything that was going on around you. You should be in jail just with a clear simple fact that you committed this murder right down the block from epicenter of racial injustice in this country she saw the number one in that need and as melanin and when she saw that weapon was the scene. New shiites eliminate that threat. That melanin is that melanin is a one weapon that they all fear right. Exactly one on the switch right. We got in this class code. Cold cold kicks ass. What's the next story. we'll talk about. Kobe boca called on live with this real quick. Let's clap coach. He always wrong. Yes johnson and johnson is in hot water again guys. The cdc and fda recommends us to pause use of johnson and johnson colbert nineteen vaccine over. Blood clot concerns the us senate for disease control prevention then. Us food drug administration has recommended that the us paused the use of johnson. Johnson copay nineteen vaccine over six reported. Us case a rare and severe blood clot issue The six report cases were among more than six point. Eight million doses of johnson johnson. The vaccine administered in the us office cases occur among women between the ages of eighteen. Forty eight as occurred between six to thirteen days after vaccination according to a joint statement on tuesday dr and schnaut chat principal. Deputy director of the c. d. c. and Dr peter marks director of fda centers for biologics evaluation and research. The cdc will convene a meeting of the Rivalry committees or station practices on wednesday to further review these cases and assess their potential significant significance. Thank you bobby. Look well there. You go coach whole cindy you could start your parade city and all the other conspiracy theories that are out there. Running around would heavy resentment. They go oh happy day. You have six confirmed cases of blood clots and more calm and probably more to come more right right right and you've been notified for it. Yeah this is not a conspiracy. I applaud this inflammation. I welcome it. Because it's factual and the people we got the blood clots. God bless you probably recover from that to more about this very rare some some conditions of very rare rare fair having i got johnson johnson. They probably wouldn't have those back. Blood clots i. I've i've i've i've had this johnson and johnson. You got lucky okay. And there's no blood clots yet. But at least i'm notified with the information in the facts. Hold you people have been vaccinated barbie. We got six blood clots. Well guess that six dangerous six six and coach who share. I say this respectively to the six. Let's call them the funky six out of a hundred million party. Mathematically doesn't even register on board still something because -cerned abou- chanoine sex people if it wasn't cost because sars have never made a statement therefore is caused for nine and you're right the people especially for women right and you're absolutely right. Guess what you just said. That was factual you said that the cdc had caused concern to notify people to do certain things with this vaccine. That's great no because facts but it yet. It's facts and it's causing concern. So six people little blood clot had hangovers. That was worse than blood. Clots logo on a three-day crat. Run now that then this blood clot coach. You think about all this now. I think i'm a numbers guy. Percentages mean a lot so overall i think. Hey that's pretty affecting. If i evaluate plan with somebody they shot six billion shots and miss six of them pretty good. You're you're you're you're pretty pretty short. But now and i'm not against those six. That he missed a that he'd been six though that he six billion you know so on on overall. I'm happy with the numbers. I'm glad to see the seasons being very transparent in the sense. Speaking of the sixty days that happened with the blood. Kat blood clots something that you definitely want to look for. But he said what the timeframe it with like within seven days seven days it and it was happening. So hopefully you know. Sean you on the other side of that. I'm on the other side of that seven to ten days. So if your past that you should be good you know you got you. Got a hundred million johnson in the arm. Six five six black glass vile six blit klotz.
"us food drug administration" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Looted. They didn't make changes. Obviously clearly say that looting is not gonna help is not going to change their mind. They're just gonna look at it they just gonna. It's just gonna be another excuse to look at us and say okay animals. You're behaving as animals. You know i sat down. And i i think it was after shooting is like i've sat down with my daughters and we started watching this Docu series on. Hbo exterminate the brute and is like is is very eye opening very telling you can clearly see the behaviors that we're not seafood as jilin sim. We're not seeing as as people is is more animals as as of boots in a way. And i feel i feel like when you take a look around his mission of extermination whether it's Whether the the trying attack you mentally when you try to make our children a little bit more ignorant and try and hide information from them changing textbooks no chain and things around like doing in texas or is it did did trying to attack us just merge straight up in the streets with You know like with cops and everything just killing kids in the either way i feel like there's a war on us and as it's very scary yet and there's there's also acquired me of rbm coast to copy worry. Sometimes there is a part of me that thinks that maybe the looney should be justifies times. I think that even though we take this anger and we just we displace to anger and put in project this someplace else. Black folks we we. We're scared and we're angry and we we react. We react in a bad way with this and we do burn up. I don't want to get kicked off of social media right now but it's like like sometimes want say like this. Burn a hole up. Disrupt everything so i could kind of get it. I'm not colson by. I'm close on behalf you. But i didn't understand why i don't want you to do it but i do understand it but at the same time you could get locked up and go to jail that to we need to In america lactose in america. And you just said a minute ago ball like kobe. Everybody coming back outside again. Everybody getting crazy. Let's be careful out there in the sashes. Say osama saying this in this country. Black brown folks latino party be careful any streets right now in the sat. Let's see why me saying this. But it's the vaccine factual. Be careful. we all need to pray for our children and everybody out there and we'll have a rehab a twenty two twenty three year olds. I got a twenty three year. Old son myself got thirty seven year. Old son coach has on the way. And he has these kids and we all have loved ones. Even if you don't have children in that chat room you do have a nephews nieces or kids and teenagers that you look. We just need to pray for these folks and pray for us today in this country only thing that right now we could only do right now and we out. Paris tells police paula steering. Don't say nothing. let them know that. Everything's in the glove compartment and we still get killed. We drive the extra twenty yards the lightning and you get beat up right you reach the documents. They accurate and they don't you know i can't wait. You apply got run down. What the hell is going on now. The white right right right. I tell you i don't have it a black sun in america and i say something because they are more targeted than the females but we also targeted. What spread the a big thing. It's like a soldier walking on a battlefield. Landmines it's dangerous dangerous so crazy on turned up to the. Let's just pray for all of us. Yes us barbara said. It was a forty three million. We won't play pray for all we have to do right now. And the sad to say that in this country with the social unrest and this woman needs to be you can commit this type of crime. You write code that racism. Supersede everything that was going on you. You should be in jail just with a clear simple fact that you committed this murder right down the block from the epicenter of racial injustice in this country she saw the number one weapon their fair and as melanin and when she saw that weapon it would seem nujiang to eliminate the threat that melanin is that melanin is a one weapon at all fear right exactly on and everybody. We got coach. This coq recycled koi. Kicks ass. what what's the next story. I will talk about kobe. Coastal in law with quick we find out. Let's clap coaches drew. He always rock Johnson and johnson is in Hot water again. The cdc and fda recommends us to pause use of johnson johnson. Kobe nineteen vaccine over. Blood clot concerns the us senate for disease control prevention. The us food drug administration has recommended that the us s. Pause the use of johnson. Johnson copay nineteen vaccine over six reported. Us case a rare and severe blood clot The six reported cases were among more than six point. Eight million doses of johnson johnson vaccine administered in the us office cases occur among women between the ages of eighteen and forty eight incidents occur between six to thirteen days after vaccination according to a joint statement on tuesday doctor and sh- not chat principal. Deputy director of the cdc and Dr peter marks direct of fda centers for biologics evaluation and research. The cdc will convene a meeting of the Advisory committees or immunization practices on wednesday to further review these cases and assess their potential significant significance. Thank you bobby high. Well there you go coach hole on cindy you could start your parade city and all the other conspiracy theories that are out there running around with heavy resentment they got. Oh happy day. You have six confirmed cases of blood clots and probably more to come more going on right right right and you've been notified for it. Yeah this is not a conspiracy. I applaud this inflammation. I welcome it because as factual.
"us food drug administration" Discussed on KTRH
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Does a Biden Presidency Mean More Money in Your Pocket? - burst 2
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"us food drug administration" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"us food drug administration" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Of the week were loaded from the health alternative of the week followed by the health outrage of the week then we've got a product recall of the week and will finish next hour with the health minister the weekend a lot of news in between that we're going to begin this hour in the discussion of what I sort of preview the last hour and I hope you were with us last hour and if you missed last hour you can always go back and listen to it on the podcast library which will be available to you as of this coming Wednesday simply log on to my website Wednesday if you missed the first hour of the show it was an interesting one add a log on it Dr Bob dot com go to the podcast library and there it will be in fact that's where all of each and every hour of the show will be in existence there in case you're out of town you miss the show some weekend you sleep in whatever it may be you always be able to get it on the podcast library on my website Dr Bob dot com all right we're gonna begin this hour in a discussion of something it's kind of troubling because as you well know because you'll see the same television information and probably hear the same thing that I'm hearing about many of these laboratories and I've used many these laboratories is blood laboratories for years quest labs Abbott labs all these different laboratories which have been in business a long time they're very good at what they do and they're working very very hard to come up with tests you know point of care tests instant test an accurate test to be able to diagnose corona virus as quickly as possible that's the idea that's the goal and as accurately as possible and certainly if you log on and you hear these news conferences that go on each and every day almost you're learning about it as well well the White House people in the White House and our government are being tested on a regular basis White House five minute corona virus test from Abbott labs misses the mark or the accuracy in about half of the cases that's pretty scary fifty percent that's like flipping a coin heads or tails doubts about abit test the blood tests to try to diagnose corona virus touted by the current administration after the virus gets inside the west wing and you're probably reading about this new hearing about this right now the rapid corona virus test from Abbott all yeah there was a lot of hope involved in this a lot of wishing we're all wanting a quick an ATA act accurate test to be able to measure people to see if they are positive so that those among us who are the weaker of the modest specially the aged people people with concomitant health problems that are more susceptible to serious consequences of coming down with a corona virus even though the majority of US ninety eight to ninety eight percent of us will either have no symptoms with corona virus it'll just work through our body we won't even know what's inside of us my body's immune system just handles it not even a contest some people get mild symptoms some people get moderate symptoms most people do not go to the hospital we all will eventually be exposed to this virus we will it's just a matter of when not if so don't fear and just do everything you can to stay healthy and that we are of course figuring out of the society how to protect those people who are at risk of more serious consequences but this particular test with a lot of hope behind it Abbott labs and there again working hard I think highly of eleven Abbott labs but there's still some flaws to work out there is there are many laboratory tests at a hundred percent accurate even blood tests that you get a lot there's a tale the possibility that that test is going to be wrong something's gonna go wrong or some is going to be mixed up something's gonna be un calibrated perhaps and the rapid corona virus tests being used to diagnose people at the White House including president trump's valet and vice president Michael pence's press secretary may miss up to half of all positive cases a new study which suggests meaning more people in the trump administration the inner circle may have the virus but are unaware Abbott laboratories new ID now test that's the test that is hailed as the test that is gonna save everybody the five minute ID now test and a negative test but in thirteen minutes so you can they say at Abbott labs within five minutes you'll know that you have a positive test you have coronavirus but it'll take thirteen to tell you that it's a negative but researchers from New York University found that the ID now test missed one third of corona virus samples stored in vials compared to another commonly used testing kit what's more among samples that were taken using a dry nasal swab you seen this in these drive ups four people are being traumatized the test from the Illinois based company Mrs about forty eight percent of positive results it comes on the heels of at least a dozen White House staff members testing positive for the corona virus including vice president trump's press secretary Katie Miller and one of president Donald trump's valets and raises questions about how many cases of Abbott's tests have actually been missed Abbas test received emergency use authorization by the US food drug administration in last month late last month many of you may know this regardless of the method of collection and sample type Abbott ID now that's the test Abbott's ID now Colbert nineteen missed a third of the samples detected positive by using swabs in viral transport media and over forty eight percent when using the dry nasal swabs in a statement the Abbott said the New York University researchers didn't use the test correctly I mean what are you expecting a laboratory that makes this test that will profit by this test even though that you don't every business is in business to be profitable at Abbott is no different I think very highly of them but of course once they found out the results where about half the cases were in doubt there come back was that the the people who are taking the test didn't know how to obtain the test that was the problem allegedly producing false negatives at center so far and it has distributed more than one point eight million of the ID now test self there we have all right we're going to introduce you to a special guest when we come back from this break I suggest you have something to write with and right on import information will be right back people living in Asian countries eat.
"us food drug administration" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Islamophobic preacher with a track record of using humanitarian missions to proselytize in evangelical agenda that's a state underscore that part using humanitarian missions to proselytize an evangelical agenda file that away because it's coming Graham the son of prominent minister Billy Graham has specifically sought to recruit Christian medical staff to the Central Park facility according to the group's website all volunteers including health care workers should read and adhere to a statement of faith in which marriage is defined as quote exclusively the union of one genetic male and one genetic female and the unrighteous are sentenced to quote everlasting punishment in hell unquote so if you want to volunteer for this and help save lives you better believe he got a sign on the dotted line although they claim that they're not going to be discriminatory he added that they say Dr Kent Davis the CEO of mount Sinai's system said that they received a quote they received assurances from the organization and that they were adamant that they will only continue their relationship with the organization if the rules are followed they have a written agreement that there's going to be no discrimination whatsoever sure I'll believe that I was five yeah a further the he said that the the Mount Sinai system is going to send people over from the mayor's office to monitor the situation and that Dr Ken Davis is very concerned to make sure that it's done right but it's you know even if it doesn't right dead right it's the the help that they need and what they can get a lot of lawmakers are kinda chiming in on this New York City Brad Holman that New York state senator said quote it's a shame that the federal government has left New York with no other choice but to accept charity from bigots yep and that you know these medical tents being constructed at such a park there being set up by a Taurus anti gay bigot Franklin Graham and that he must promise to treat every patient with dignity and respect so yes we can hope this is true but you know it is unfortunately it is organizations such as Samaritan's purse that have the technology and the system can have the fund ran the vilified dating and the practice their well practiced at doing this this is what they do all around the world that show swoop in at yeah transaction no they might talk a little New Testament under your pillow while you're getting your care who knows but the idea here is that this they're seeing as you know an act of charity but you know this they're also really focused on this as a an organization that is focused on evangelical Christian ideas followers of Jesus Christ and that that's who they have working for them are you know that it developed for and reliable men and women of Christ yes so well thanks so it's a field hospital it's operating as a field hospital that is a facility of Mount Sinai yeah right so the end Mount Sinai themselves have a policy against discrimination right so no doubt agreements were made assurances were made that you know even even though they have these homophobic attitudes than they were going to tone that down and just get to the job at hand but you know it is really important to to consider how organizes organizations such as this yes they do have the funding from a charitable contribution base to be able to roll out the sort of things and more over they have the ear of the trump administration since they're already kind of you know elbow to elbow with folks in the administration or have been put in place in positions within the administration to be able to you know kind of good they want to help but F. you let's make sure that they're you know going to be proper about it Taylor respectful that they are not discriminating when it comes to who is coming to them for the help that so desperately needed at this time I just wanna share a little bit more from the article that I am looking at which is from Gothamist still some new Yorkers said they were leery of receiving care from a fundamentalist group whose own members believe their sexual orientation is sinful Amy Martin a Brooklyn resident and former news nursing assistant said quote I don't want to demonise people who are volunteering their time but it is a concerning thing on the one hand this is absolutely an all hands on deck situation hi on the other hand as an L. G. B. T. New Yorker I would be hesitant to make that my first choice of care I'd much rather be seen anywhere else yeah let's go out to that ship that's anchored the new York K. yeah I mean it's it's it's do you do you are completely at the mercy of these people yeah and you said that you have to trusted that their ethics are in place and that the the care that they are giving is is universal and equal regardless of whatever personal motivations are discriminatory philosophies any given person that works for the organization might have I want to mention also since we're talking about response to covert nineteen this reporting out of out magazine out to dot com April second after pressure from politicians as well as organizations like glad the food and drug administration has revised the recommendations on blood donations by queer men and the women who have sex with them previously that guidelines stipulated that men who have sex with men and the women who had sex with them were barred from donating blood or plasma if they had been sexually active in the prior twelve months he yeah right okay I DO announcement today shortens that deferral period to three months so glad has declared this a victory on Twitter saying quote after weeks of pressure from glad and others the FDA is lowering the deferral period on men who have sex with men from twelve months to three months this victory however remains in perfect we'll keep pushing for the ban to be lifted entirely according to the FDA the new guidance will be implemented immediately this news comes after New York congressional representatives Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and Carolyn Maloney what a wrote a scathing letter Tuesday to the organization calling for the policies and before that letter senators Elizabeth Warren any club which are Kambala Harris and Bernie Sanders among others also penned a missive okay CO Cortez and Maloney wrote quote we urge you to immediately revise the FDA recommendation that blood donation centers turn away men who have sex with men who have been sexually active in the past twelve months this antiquated policy is not based on current science stigmatizes the L. G. B. T. Q. I. A. plus community and undermines crucial efforts to increase the nation's blood supply as the United States grapples with the coronavirus crisis glad also has a petition that amassed over twenty thousand signatures that was also behind this effort and so you know that change can happen unfortunate that it takes a crisis such as this to loosen these standards but really it's about catching up with the current times we know that there's testing in place that can screen for diseases and we know how valuable blood in particular plasma is going to be especially for those that have already built antibodies to this covert nineteen yes flu disease right and so hopefully we're going to be able to have this shortage in blood that we're already experiencing because of covert nineteen change and that folks that may have previously wanted to donate blood and we're not able to do so honestly stating kind of where they're at sexuality wives and sexually activity wise that now there is an opportunity to to donate blood so I think that's really awesome well just north of here in San Francisco which certainly seems a lot further away than it used to but in any case state senator Scott Weiner a Democrat from San Francisco will hold a blood drive tomorrow Tuesday asking gay and bisexual men to recruit eligible donors amid a nationwide shortage of donations as a result of the novel corn corona virus winners blood drive comes as the US food drug administration relaxed the requirements for donating for gay and bisexual men now it's three months instead of a year Wiener says the policy remains discriminatory he said in a statement quote while three month celibacy requirement is less awful than a one year celibacy requirement it is still awful the celibacy requirement still excludes from blown it from blood donation a huge number of healthy HIV negative gay and bisexual men the celibacy requirement still it rationally discriminates against gay and bisexual men by placing a celibacy requirement on them without placing that same requirement on sexually active street people the celibacy requirement continues to ignore the fact that modern HIV testing technology is so accurate and powerful that it will detect any HIV infection that occurred ten to fourteen days or longer before the donation wow that's really good yeah when it comes to HIV the FDA is stuck in the nineteen eighties and it is time for the FDA to arrive in the year twenty twenty and base its decisions on twenty twenty scientific knowledge that is is a statement from Scott Wiener in San Francisco state senator winners partnered with the American red cross for the drive called hash tag give for a gay and they're asking gay and bisexual men to find someone eligible to donate blood on their behalf Wiener said mayor London breed has agreed to donate on his behalf the board it's really a cool idea too yeah yeah it really is I hope this gets around it's tomorrow the.
"us food drug administration" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Thank you being with the possibilities of turning this into a cooking show I've done that yet I was talking about turning on the straight up cooking show Obama won the presidency I just sure no it's a looking with their own fight if I do this cooking with him what about his great recipes what one of the recipes stupid simple and they make it even easier now because they're doing things with tin cans of they never used to do when you for example get pork and beans used into can't open you should know how to use a can opener many kids don't because they don't but you should not use of Derek you know use can opener all right you're the caramel yeah I'm telling you most people don't I'm talking one of them electric ones on track one of them they're handheld ones and you should also know how to open a can with a knife if you have to dangerous guy be careful if you do it right and can hurt yourself stupid simple one line how to open a can with it if you know that one too right Derek how open a tin can with a knife huh huh yeah exactly here's a here's a here's a recipe here okay the ticket box Twinkies I take twenty out and you cut it down the middle you don't cut all the way you want bill spread open like a hot dog bun okay then you put a hot dog inside there with all that white stuff in the Twinkie and you need to cancel that spray they are like a whipped cream type but cheese you know you shake the can upload speed comes up they have what's called goat cheese as you what drew coaches back over the top she got a tricky with a hot dog in it and go Jeez decoratively spread out spread on the hot dog do not cook dot there you go now another cooking with their own she gestures you get yourself pork and beans and you get yourself a loaf of white bread you take a slice of white bread in the film and are you for it folded into sort of like a a U. shaped Cup like a like a tweak you I've just talked about I got I bought a day program means any spoon him into that bread you just push the bread together and eat it that's it there you go I just gave you two of the recipes that will be featured on cooking with a wrong should this program become a cooking show you're welcome I came to you sometime back with a report out of the new American the new American it was a most excellent investigative journalist peace on earth supply chain of the Chinese medication coming into the United States and they laid out chapter and verse how ninety nine point nine percent of our medication supplements vitamins you name it come from between China and India they mainly come out of China in terms of the of the manufacturing putting together simply but a lot of the chemical lot of what's going on comes out of India and that is where we get our you take a blood pressure pressure medication do you use us some type of **** or something do you use some type of well insulin it comes from China they look on the side of the package would you take a vitamin take one a day vitamins look on the side of the package will say something died out of New Jersey those are just the people warehousing and distributing at some manufactured there we turned it over to China because what happened is Ross Perot said all in all that you heard that giant sucking sound of jobs read taken out of America what was going on as they found a Hey the guy in China who work for a dollar a day you know what the end of a better deal because if the people's Republic are brought the Red Army there the communist Iran army they'll bring people out of prison and not more for free and also you work for this guy we want you to to the back of it with the SKS yeah okay I'll take that job will take the job so that's what's going on and the people over here that have these big pharmaceutical companies people I don't like abit whatever little they want while we have to pay these people are twelve Bucks an hour like they were doing before or in fifteen or even twenty yeah Hey we're gonna start manufacturing stuff over there that works great until you find out that well one of the Americans our work that we're doing that work the stuff that's coming here can't get here anymore because they always do that just in time inventory and that's apply chain gets busted up we're just barely starting to see the hints of that now because of this coronavirus so don't think in terms of necessarily the coronavirus is killing you I mean maybe who knows to think in terms of because the court of us whenever a coronavirus and everybody panics all the medication comes as nothing to do with crown of ours don't come here no more huh wow go figure it out R. as I said in the new American they did a great piece on how we need to we need to get to the bottom of this and fix this bring the stuff back and Americans are making it here and this is I would argue this is every bit national security people don't think those terms of the national security military military hardware armored things like that none of our roads in America our national security our borders our national security the medication supplanted instances is national security again just take insulin just if for example if if people can't get insulin you're gonna have so many people dead piling up a decomposing you're not gonna be able to dispose of the corpses if they can't get inside all of the continents a grizzly but this is what's called preparedness so are thank god for senator Holly he's out of Missouri Josh Hawley in the house the com lawmakers their legislation would strengthen the medical supply chain by granting US food drug administration authority to analyze sourcing locations of pharmaceuticals and medical devices to address medical device shortages and we're gonna get into that when we come back this is good you know what it's a little too late though behind.
Millions of Pills Flood Ohio CVS Pharmacy
"That at knuckle heads bar and grill in Parma Ohio perfect name they disclose the CVS across the street had received more pain pills over a seven year period than any other drug store in Cuyahoga county over six million pills in a seven year period so less than a hundred thousand pills now six doesn't know no nothing less than a million pills per year we put it out just slightly less that's all I don't know if that's allotted to CVS go to a CVS their business what they're off they're everywhere they're busy so there was a homeless encampment just beyond the CVS is a popular place for her when users and this one guy who got caught up in all of this is I don't blame CVS he condemned the drug companies may large profits and encourage doctors to prescribe opioids if I'm a drug company I I of course I'm going to try and sell my product there's been approved by the food drug administration of course I am that's what you do that's what they're in business to do that's why I mean I I you got to hang it on that's why the doctors make a lot of money had been given a lot of responsibility they're the ones who have to oversee this in the pharmacies have to be careful about making sure that there's no fraud involved and they do have these programs now to make sure that you're not out doctor shopping so who's to blame this trial is underway they're gonna try and sued the drug makers I I don't know it sounds like these opioids been around a long enough time to to were doctors you're the doctor the colleagues he was he was very cautious I presume most doctors are specially with something new and I'm not going to take the word of a pharmaceutical sales person I'm gonna do my research what is what do the studies say and does the FDA did the FDA say anything in their literature that were proving this but caution caution caution this has it's highly
"us food drug administration" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Eight eight thousand people have been real curious about your music. No. Yes. This is our music. This was nineteen Ninety-one. This is Mark on the guitar, right? Twenty such as solid musician and a member of my group. The apple tones plug in not quite as heavy, but we could be believe me up. I was much younger and had a lot more hair. Aggravation back then you should have seen this guy. All right. Where are we going now? Well, you know, you're talking about ill effects. What it can cause it is just a hilarious hearing these people talk about how they want to legalize drugs and why they should one at one of the quotes from one of the, the people out of the Denver decriminalization group was basically stating that people are considering these mushrooms as a tool for their own personal healing and wellness. And I it kills me because that plays right into why people are constantly coming to my office with DU is domestic violence cases, things of that nature. They're, they're asking people to judge, and to Medicaid their own personal feelings, healing and wellness. And that's exactly the problem that we have with the opioid epidemic, and the drug epidemics, is that most people are doing exactly that they are self medicating. The problem is, they don't know they're self medicating. They're just treating. A symptom, a mental health problem that they have a, a, what I like to call organic problem. Something that happened there pass some sort of grief, former socialist soldier, the Komi and talked about how he was using this every couple of weeks and it was helping them out helping him outside psychologically. But he was he was the poster boy for self medicating. But what was interesting as you said that he was talking to a psychologist about it. Do you have a psychologist recommended? He'd heard about it from a friend and he's been buying it from a friend of his working great. But what I'm saying is, he was doing what when people come into my office, I asked them to do for me and for the courts, and that is to figure out what issue that you have underlying the drug and alcohol problem, figuring out what that issue is and find a way to deal with that underlying issue. Many times, I have people initially start off with NASA meanings. But then I say, I want you to do outpatient programs. I want you to inpatient programs. I want you to go see a psychologist and see whether there's something from your past that may be triggering this in this in this guy's case, obviously that could be used for his defense. Is that where you're going with that? Well, here's the deal, and it could be used for his defense because there's always sentencing considerations. A judge always wants to see a person who is giving themselves as help who is taking care of their issues. And obviously I was going to say it's for the betterment the overall betterment of your client. And that's what the great benefit is. That's what the great added a pluses for my clients. It's, it's probably the thing that makes me feel the best when I'm dealing with my clients, is that they come in, and they say they won't even say, I have an alcoholic, you'll say, hey, do you have a do you have alcohol problem? They'll, they'll say. No, I don't think so. And then we analyze it and then they'll finally come to the point to where they'll go. I never thought of it that way, we do. And I said, yeah. Okay. Now tell me what other slobber knocker days a week. And I'll say okay, so tell me what your issues and they go, what do you mean? I said, well, what your issue they'll say, well, alcohol drugs, whatever it is. I know that's potentially the end result of your issue. But what's your issue, what? What? Yeah. He something that I call organic, you know, sexual abuse, physical abuse, mental, mental abuse, grief abandonment. Or is it something that's organic, you know, a chemical imbalance, so we have these environmental problems these abuses, these things that happen in our pass, and then we have our organic mental health problems, and these people are just trying to self medicate. And that's exactly what the proponents are saying, oh, we want people to be able to deal with their healing, and wellness the promise. They don't know how to do it, and what it does is it causes panic attacks. I it causes so many other bad things if they don't know how to deal with it. They don't have a professional application. They could be in big trouble. Right. And so, so you have the one gentleman who is already seeking his own help by seeing psychologist. He was dealing with the underlying issue. And then he found that there may be a medication or in this case Schrimm that helped out with that issue. Now, the FDA is already trying to I'm sorry. Not the FDA the US food. Drug administration last year already approved additional research for, for mushrooms for suicide. And, and they're, they're talking about potential breakthrough therapies for depression and things of that nature. But to have that kind of controlled environment compared to these cities, just opening it up to the general public is just just such a dichotomy. I think it's just such a dangerous road. We're going down getting back to your excuse me, your practice ago you talked about how you try to help the people to buy denting with their problems with organic, or chemical and getting him into the right therapies, and treatments. Can you I'll successful is you are you any attorney in doing that? How many of your, your clients turn around and turn it off? I, I gotta say outta be rare. It is not as rare as you would think, because a lot of them they do come at the bottom, they, they do come down. And they're they're at the bottom, there are a lot of people to get the bottom of the Grand Canyon and part of it, though, is recognizing that there at the bottom, or, or even say you don't have to. Be at the bottom, you just have to be aware that there's a bottom out there. And you don't want to get to it, and it was a system that I developed from years ago dealing with the judge. He's now deceased, judge judge bring rebrand Bremer was a great, great lovely guy though, he is. But I'll tell you what, if you ever saw him in court, you'd be scared out of your mind. He had this way of dealing with people where he would not allow you to give a right answer. He would say, sure, why, why, why are you driving down Blackstone at sixty miles an hour while at a two level? Well, my wife, bro. You know, she left me in this and the other thing, and they would go on and on. And he would put him in custody. He would hold him in the in the little jury box if they needed to be while they were thinking about, I'm going to give you time to think about. And he would grill them in grill, the grill, the men finally, they'd say judge. I don't know what to say. I have no answers. I have no excuse me, go. That's the answer. The answer is there's no excuse. It's all within yourself. You. You have to look to yourself, you, have you have guy in. I had already developed a what Peterka my brother calls little Marquette Potanin plans, these little plans do to help to help rehabilitate people food a comment about your height. I never thought of it that way. I guess you're right. But he basically, I would try to impress the judges before the even the first hearing because I wanted to let them know that my clients are going to be different than other clients. I will want them to look inward to start taking care of their issues from the very, very beginning before they even see a judge. And I'll tell you the first thing that I'll do as many times, I'll just say what your issue, you know, and I don't want them necessarily to tell me what the issue is. I just want to say do you know what it is? And a list a list of things that could be possibilities to any of these things make sense to you, in a lot of a lot of the always, they'll be saying, yeah, it's very, very common that this is these, these underlying issues are the reasons for the drugs and alcohol is just not fun and games. You know, and that's a good reputation to have as far as you being attorney of judges, get to a point of realizing, this is an attorney, who's who's in the process of turning some of these people around. So I'm gonna really listen to the case and I'm gonna list. Listen to the, the, the client that he has. That's, that's good for everybody know what a great feeling was everybody sees the attorney standing next to their clients, and say, yes, say, no say, yes, you're onto this on the other thing. And I made it a practice that I would walk a few steps away from my client, and I would say judge, they're all yours, and brand Bremer was just the sweetest nicest guy. And at the end of it, he would give a big smile. Hid congratulate my client. And he would say, Mr. capitan I know his clients, I know how he deals with them. And I appreciate what you do and your big success. And that always made me feel good. I really miss. I really do that is really..