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The History of the Supreme Court Justifies Opinions Against Forced Medicine

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 1 year ago

The History of the Supreme Court Justifies Opinions Against Forced Medicine

"Three generations of imbeciles are enough declared the supreme court in buck versus bell decision of nineteen twenty seven. I'm reading from timeline. Dot com quote. It is better for all the world. If instead of waiting to execute degenerate offspring for crime or to let them starve for their imbecilities society can prevent those who are manifestly unfit from continuing their kind. That decision was written by oliver wendell. Holmes and forced sterilization became fully legal in the united states. The case came at the height of popularity for the pseudo sciences of eugenics which maintained that negative character traits like criminality and stupidity or the entirely the product of bad genes. The court decision that set the precedent for intervention on the sterilization of women was the jacobson v massachusetts thankfully. Many decades later there was a lawsuit that included deloris madrigal. Who is the lead plaintiff in the nineteen seventy-eight case which brought suit against la county's usc medical center birds nonconsensual sterilization of mexican american women in the nineteen sixties and seventies. It would make sense. Why certain communities are apprehensive of the government forcibly putting medicine on you.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Negotiators are down to a handful of treatment, Do you negotiators have agreed struck a late night agreement that is on the last major obstacle to the cove in 19 economic relief package. They cost nearly a trillion dollars. Clears the way for votes as early as later today. Federal Reserve says the 33 largest U. S. Banks are in strong shape despite the pandemics economic shock, According to the Fed, the banks have plenty of capital to cushion them against unexpected losses, and that will enable them to keep lending even under the most economically challenging conditions. The results come from a special second round of stress tests because of damage to the economy from the virus outbreak Despite top banks having enough capital regulators decided to maintain restrictions on banks paying out dividends through next March. Red Clarkston, Washington and the Pentagon is proposing to end an arrangement in which a single military officer leads two of the nation's main cyber security organizations to move that, Adam Smith, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, said, makes him profoundly concerned. California hospitals are battling to find beds, the house and amid fear and patience, and it fears the exploding coronavirus rate infections will exhaust resource is as well as health care workers. Nearly 17,000 people were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected covert 19 infections in California as of Friday, more than doubled the previous peak. Doctor, Brad's Fehlberg is chief medical officer at the Los Angeles County USC Medical Center. We are getting crushed. Most of the days of the last week. We've had zero ICU beds open in the morning and we have had to scramble. Can we move this patient here? Queen move that patient there. Many emergency rooms air using outdoor tents to make more space. And Thomas reporting news and analysis that town hall dot com. This'll is Albert Mohler for Town Hall. Calm. Attorney General.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dot com. I'm Ron Dirac stra. Negotiators are down to a handful of treatment, Do you negotiators have agreed struck a late night agreement that is on the last major obstacle to the Cove in 19 economic relief package that cost nearly a trillion dollars. Clears the way for votes says really is later today. Federal Reserve says the 33 largest U. S. Banks are in strong shape despite the pandemics economic shock, According to the Fed, the banks have plenty of capital to cushion them against unexpected losses, and that will enable them to keep lending even under the most economically challenging conditions. The results come from a special second round of stress tests because of damage to the economy from the virus outbreak. Despite top banks having enough capital regulators decided to maintain restrictions on banks paying out dividends through next March. Greg Clugston, Washington and the Pentagon is proposing to end an arrangement in which a single military officer leads two of the nation's main cyber security organizations to move that Adam Smith, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, said makes him profoundly concerned. California hospitals are battling to find beds, the house and amid fear and patience, and it fears the exploding coronavirus rate infections will exhaust resource is As well as health care workers. Nearly 17,000 people were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected covert 19 infections in California as of Friday, more than double the previous peak. Doctor, Brad's Fehlberg is chief medical officer at the Los Angeles County USC Medical Center. We are getting crushed. Most of the days of the last week. We've had zero ICU beds open in the morning and we have had to scramble. Can we move this patient? Here? We move that patient there. Many emergency rooms air using outdoor tents to make more space. And Thomas reporting news and.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on AP News

"Has already begun scheduled for roll out Sunday with Monday arrival across the country, Esther States not getting the amount of visor vaccine they expected. He says that was his planning ever. I failed Am adjusting. I have fixing and we will move forward from there, General Partner says With the addition of Madonna's Corona virus vaccine to visors, the government is now on track to get about 20 million doses. Two states by late December early January. I'm Julie Walker Pompeo says. Investigators is still unpacking precisely what it is. But he called the attack on U. S government and private sector computer networks of very significant effort and says it wants the Russians that engaged in this activity. Pompeii was the first administration official to publicly tie the Kremlin to the attack. President Trump has kept silent. It's not clear exactly what the hackers were seeking, but experts say it could include nuclear secrets, blueprints for advanced weaponry, covert 19 vaccine research and information for dossiers on key government and industry leaders. Russia says it had nothing to do with the hack. And Thomas Washington, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Russia was pretty clearly behind the greatest cyber attack against the US on record, Pompeo says investigators is still unpacking precisely what it is. But he called the attack on U. S government and private sector computer networks of very significant effort and says it wants the Russians that engaged in this activity. Pompeii was the first administration official to publicly tie the Kremlin to the attack. President Trump has kept silent. It's not clear exactly what the hackers were seeking, but experts say it could include nuclear secrets, blueprints for advanced weaponry, covert 19 vaccine research and information for dossiers on key government and industry leaders. Russia says it had nothing to do with the hack. And Thomas Washington, Johnson says the capital and other areas in southern England currently under Tier three, the highest level of coronavirus restrictions, will move to even stricter new tear forth that requires non essential shops had dresses and indoor legend and he's too close. Johnson also says that a plan to five day easy and socializing rules for Christmas will be canceled for Tier four areas. No mixing of households will be allowed except for under very limited conditions outside in public places. Vera Shockley. London British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says Christmas gatherings can't go ahead and non essential shops must close in London and much of southern England as imposed a new high level of kroner vice restrictions on the region to curb rapidly spreading infections. Johnson says that the capital and other areas in southern England currently under Tier three, the highest level of coronavirus restrictions, will move to even stricter new tear forth that requires non essential shops had dresses and indoor legend and he's too close. Johnson also says that a plan to five day easy and socializing rules for Christmas will be canceled for Tier four areas. No mixing them households will be allowed, except for under very limited conditions outside in public places. Vera Shockley. London, California Hospitals are battling to find beds to house patients amid fears that the exploding rate of Corona virus infections there will exhaust resource is and health care workers. Nearly 17,000 people were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected covert 19 infections in California as of Friday, more than doubled the previous peak Doctor Brad Spell. Berg is chief medical officer at the Los Angeles County USC Medical Center, one of the largest hospitals in the county with more than 600 beds. We are getting crushed for most of the days of the last week. We've had zero ICU beds open in the morning and we have had to scramble..

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"usc medical center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on AP News

"The numbers compiled by Johns Hopkins University show nearly a quarter of a million covert 19 cases confirmed in the US over the past week. Well, more than 15,000 Americans died of infections. Totals as of Saturday morning. Worldwide cases approaching 76 million since the pandemic began. Nearly 17.5 million in the U. S. Were covert has killed more than 313,000 people. California is being hit particularly hard with nearly 17,000 people hospitalized with confirmed or suspected infections. Double July's peak doctor Brad Spell. Berg is chief medical officer at the Los Angeles County USC Medical Center crushed Most of the days of the last week. We have had zero ICU beds open in the morning and we have had to scramble. Can we move this patient here? Queen? Move that patient theory and hold it for me. You health care workers there are getting vaccinations and Dr Paul give money with l. A county health services says that's hopeful our workforce is facing overwhelming demand that today we can face that need with renewed energy. The Food and Drug Administration has authorized emergency use of a second vaccine. FDA commissioner Dr Stephen Hahn this authorization from the Dernis Code 19 vaccine comes just one week after we authorized the Peyser Bio and TEC Vaccine and Congress is working through the weekend on a covert 19 economic relief package. AP correspondent My Grassi A describes the latest roadblock negotiators of trying to overcomes Democrats opposed to provision that would bar the Federal Reserve from restarting lending powers next year. The Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, is shutting down at the end of the month. Those programs provided loans to small and mid sized businesses and bought state and local government bonds, which made borrowing easier for those governments might cross CIA Washington And I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Russia was pretty clearly behind the greatest cyber attack against the US on record, Pompeo says investigators is still unpacking precisely what it is. But he called the attack on U. S government and private sector computer networks of very significant effort and says it wants the Russians that engaged in this activity. Pompeii was the first administration official to publicly tie the Kremlin to the attack. President Trump has kept silent. It's not clear exactly what the hackers were seeking, but experts say it could include nuclear secrets, blueprints for advanced weaponry, covert 19 vaccine research and information for dossiers on key government and industry leaders. Russia says it had nothing to do with the hack. And Thomas Washington. Johnson says that the capital and other areas in southern England currently under Tier three, the highest level of coronavirus restrictions, will move to even stricter new tear forth that requires non essential shops had dresses and indoor legend and he's too close. Johnson also says that a plan to five day easing of socializing rules for Christmas will be canceled for Tier four areas. No mixing of households will be allowed except for under very limited conditions outside in public places. Vera Shockley. London British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says Christmas gatherings can't go ahead and non essential shops must close in London and much of southern England as imposed a new high level of coronavirus restrictions on the region to curb rapidly spreading infections. Johnson says that the capital and other areas in southern England currently under Tier three, the highest level of coronavirus restrictions, will move to even stricter new tear forth that requires non essential shops had dresses and indoor legend and he's too close. Johnson also says that a plan to five day easing of socializing rules.

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California hospitals struggling as coronavirus cases explode

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 1 year ago

California hospitals struggling as coronavirus cases explode

"California hospitals are battling to find beds to house patients amid fears that the exploding rate of coronavirus infections there will exhaust resources and health care workers nearly seventeen thousand people were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected covert nineteen infections in California as of Friday more than doubled the previous peak Dr Brad spell Berger's chief medical officer at the Los Angeles county USC Medical Center one of the largest hospitals in the county with more than six hundred beds we are getting crushed for most of the days of the last week we've had zero ICU beds open in the morning and we have had to scramble to remove this patient here quick move that patient care many emergency rooms are using outdoor tends to make more space meanwhile healthcare workers are getting vaccination shots Dr Paul Givony with LA county health services says that's hopeful our workforce is facing overwhelming demand that you know today we can face that need with renewed energy I'm Ben Thomas

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"usc medical center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Embers of Congress will work on the package again today. The Democrat Steny Hoyer says the final vote isn't expected before Sunday afternoon. The U. S is closing down the two remaining consulates in Russia. Matt Matt Johnson has more. The Trump Administration informed Congress of the move on December 10th. CNN reports, the notice told lawmakers that has to do with ongoing staffing challenges have to Russia imposed a personal cap on diplomats three years ago. The closures will leave the US with just one diplomatic installation in the country, which is the embassy in Moscow. The notice was sent out three days before reports of U. S government agencies being hacked with the attack, having suspected ties to Russia. Matt Matt Johnson, the chief medical officer of Los Angeles County USC Medical Center is declaring that L A county is becoming the epicenter of the pandemic, Doctor Brad Spilborghs said Friday. We're getting crushed. And for most of the days of the last week, we've had zero ICU beds open in the morning. Public health officials say the number of covert 19 patients in L. A county hospital's top 5000 for the first time Friday, reaching a total of 5100 and the University of Oregon is the 2020, champion of the Pac 12 Conference. The Ducks upset USC 31 24 yesterday at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Trojans were originally scheduled to play Washington for the conference title, but the Huskies canceled due to cope in 19 related issues. Lisa Taylor, NBC News radio. What are you doing to keep your nose clean. After all the nose is your body's air filter the first line of defense against airborne diseases. I'm Martin Hoke and I invented Nevada. Zhao, the powered suction knows cleaner. Nevada's cleans your nose by flushing out allergens, mucus, dust and germs, including dangerous infectious germs. So, with all the horrible stuff in the air now is the.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on KCRW

"Our hosts and DJs, so please go to kcrw dot com slash giff. Good morning. This is the California report. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles. It's a chilling development in the pandemic. The availability of intensive care unit beds at many Southern California hospitals has reached 0% because of the explosion of covert patients. Position. Brad spell. Berg is the chief medical officer of L. A county USC Medical Center, one of the area's largest hospitals. We have no ICU beds. We are just continually 24 hours a day scrambling to move patients around Flood just continues. When I see youse reaches 0% capacity Hospital's going to surge mode, moving patients to other hospital areas like the emergency rooms forecast. Predictive infection rates continue. There could be thousands of people in need of ICU beds in the region by early next month. To deal with patient overflow. The state is opening temporary field hospitals across California. The covert pandemic has been tough for California's childcare providers as well, many of struggle to keep their doors open in order to care for the Children of a central workers. And they're getting little support themselves. Cake reads Katie or spoke with two women who are trying to make it all work. Child care provider Cotino Richardson has a lot on her plate these days. She's juggling kids aged two tonight, Okay, You guys have to make sure we use our inside voice and some new responsibilities as well. Remember, we have our school age kids here. Zoom in today. Richardson owns and operates the Littles daycare out of her home in Hayward, California. The pandemic has presented a number of challenges, including dealing with distance learning. Normally, Richardson wouldn't see her older kids until after school got out. But with many of their parents working, she has made her home their school. Now we're also juggling 3 to 4 different teachers that salami with the Children. So now we're finding quiet spaces so that they can kind of focus. Richardson isn't doing it on her own. She has the help of her assistant and friend, Andrea Williams, Andrea. How are you this morning, Williams said she had another job working with autistic kids. But she stopped working there in an attempt to limit her social bubble. This is her home, and then I go to my home, which I have a grand baby. That's three years old at my home and matter lot on helping my mom. So I have to make sure that I'm safe at all times to make sure that they're safe. When I go home. It's a stressful situation for everyone. Richardson and Williams say they're constantly acting as teachers trying to keep the kids protected and trying to keep Richardson's home extra clean. And while schools have budgets and staff and supply chains to help get them through Childcare providers are largely on their own. These women say it can be exhausting. Everything has just come down even, you know, just washing her sheets. They're blank is more often and then herself because she has to buy these extra supplies for her home to make sure that she say, I have to buy supplies from my home to make sure that I'm saved and we didn't get anything for been essential workers. Thousands of providers across the state have decided it's easier to close than to navigate the pandemic. The Department of Social Services estimates more than 2400 providers have permanently closed. Thousands more have endured temporary closures after being exposed to cove. It In order to keep her doors open. Richardson and Williams makes safety a top priority. They were masks and face shields and try to limit their physical contact with the kids who also wear masks. There are procedures in place for drop off and pick up all the kids have to put their coats into a tote, so they're not touching we have. Ah, thermometer were taken in temperatures in longer than daily as they're entering the daycare. Richardson also bought plexiglass divider She puts between the kids to help stop the spread of germs. She switched to paper plates and cups for meal times. She and Williams are constantly wiping down surfaces and toys. For the most part, Richardson says, the Children have adapted well. The key is have really call on it really caught on. I'm really proud of them for what they do as little people. Still, she says. It's not fair to make providers like her handled the pandemic without more support in the same needs to understand that that us as providers Have not shut my door not one day for the California report. I'm Katie or in Sacramento. For childcare providers like the ones you just heard. There's now a direct line to state officials to make the case that more resource is air needed to do the job safely. In fact, just yesterday, the newly ratified Childcare providers union had its second bargaining meeting with the state.

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ICU Workers Are Quitting Due To Crushing Stress From COVID-19 Surge

Morning Edition

03:52 min | 1 year ago

ICU Workers Are Quitting Due To Crushing Stress From COVID-19 Surge

"Surge in Corona virus cases has left hospitals across the country in a very bad place. ICUs are filling up fast, which is putting more pressure on critical care teams, especially nurses as Jackie 40 of member station, KPCC reports. Summer quitting because of the stress for 10 months, June, Jaha has treated the sickest covert 19 patients in the ICU. He works at L. A county USC medical center, one of the county's largest public hospitals. Right now, the I feel crazy. He thought he'd seen the worst of the pandemic back in July, when cases spiked if it's so much worse than before. And it's taking a toll on the staff, John says. Every time he goes to work for another 12 hour shift, two or three other ICU nurses have taken time off. All the nurses is already started burning on You can't feel something in north of this depression. Burnout isn't the only reason for the staffing crisis during the first week of December, more than 1700 Healthcare workers across L. A county tested positive for the coronavirus. That was double the number from the week before. Like many healthcare workers who treat covert patients, Jonah has never been tested for the virus by his employer. He has to go to a free testing site on his days off, kinda using you. That's why we have so many nerves left. All right here. John has been an ICU nurse for more than 10 years, and he's proud of his work. But for the first time ever, he's thinking of quitting. Others already have. Like Chanel Rose crams. There eventually came a point where I told myself I have to find a different job because this stress from this is really making me physically sick. She started working as an overnight ICU nurse in February, right before the pandemic hit running between rooms, monitoring complicated medications and breathing equipment left her dripping in sweat. And afraid that she would contract the virus. Before each shift. She would sit outside the hospital in her parked car filled with dread. I would pray till I cried begging God, please not let me lose a patient tonight. I can't take it. I just need my patients to stay alive tonight. Calling patients families was also difficult, especially when she had to explain that there was nothing else the medical team could do to keep their loved one alive. You've already done the convalescent plasma and they've been getting decade, Ron and they've been getting rendez of here. They've been getting all the stuff and it just felt like ticking time bombs, and I didn't want to have to just sit and wait for all these people to pass away. After more than eight months in the ICU, she quit her job in October. Now. Rosecrans works as a surgical nurse for a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills. But she still gets contacted by staffing agencies asking her to fill in at local ICUs. I don't see what the point of going right back would be because I feel like they're going to be operating in that crisis mode. Other nurses are quitting those high pressure jobs. Megan Bronson is a nurse in Dallas and a board member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. Brinson says Thies nurses sometimes need more support. When you have whole family's coming into a nice you many times, that's morally very distressing. You're taking care of the mom that that and the adult Children all in the same ICU, she recommends that hospitals take a page out of the military's playbook and have debriefs. We're nurses are encouraged to talk about what happened on their shift. It can help with the feelings of isolation and nurses everywhere are hurting. There's not a nurse, no matter what their specialty I see or not, who is not having Cove it in their face every single day for NPR news. I'm Jackie 48 in Los Angeles.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on WSB-AM

"CBS is Mullah, lanky, with the FDA released New Madonna Vaccine data head of the panel vote Thursday. The FDA says the vaccine overall is 94.5% effective. It's 100% effective in people 65 older like the Visor vaccine, it's given in two doses, but Madonna's doses can be stored it normal refrigerator temperatures for 30 days. Six million doses could go out as soon as the FDA gives the green light. Modern A California governor Gavin Newsom, says that the state has received more than 30,000 of the more than 600,000 doses of the Fizer vaccine are Lilia Luciano, in L A says it's especially needed in the Central Valley in Southern California hospitals were space is running out. L. A County has less than 100 ICU beds available this morning we had no more ICU. Dr. Brad's Fehlberg is the chief medical officer of L. A county's USC medical center. This continues for another couple weeks like this when you have your car accident where you gonna go over 4400 People are hospitalized in L. A one in five in the ICU, with vaccinations making their way. There is light at the end of the tunnel, but infections are rising at record breaking levels could collapse on us before we reach a like Luciano CBS News Los Angeles President elect Joe Biden stops and Georgia to rally support for the two Democratic Senate candidates. Jonah softened Raphael Warnock. They face Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler in the January 5th runoff election. Biden tells a crowd of supporters at a drive in rally power to where this election again. Let your voices be heard, so the voice of Georgia could be heard. There's nothing beyond our capacity. There's no limit to America's future. CBS News has learned. President elect Biden intends to nominate former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buddha judge to be Secretary of transportation. CBS is Stephen Portnoy, this second former Democratic primary rival to be tapped for the Biden Cabinet. The first being Kamila Harris, if confirmed, Peep Buddha judge would be the first Senate approved Cabinet official who identifies is gay. Former mayor of South Bend would oversee a sprawling department that regulates everything from railroads and airlines to natural gas pipelines. Major snowstorm on track to hit the Northeast Mid Week on New York's Long island shoppers are stocking up and in New Jersey the executives say that they're preparing for what may be several inches of snow. This is CBS News. We're here for you. 24 hours a day. The top local and national news every 30 minutes. Breaking news, traffic, red alerts and storm center updates immediately 95.5 WSB and let us news and talk. Even good people confined themselves in a bad situation. Hey, it's Erich von Hassler. If you've got a d U I problem you need George Stein. He literally wrote.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on WTOP

"CBS is Mullah, lanky, with the FDA released New Madonna Vaccine data head of the panel vote Thursday. The FDA says the vaccine overall is 94 point. 5% effective. It's 100% effective in people 65 older like the Visor vaccine, it's given in two doses, but Madonna's doses could be stored it normal refrigerator temperatures for 30 days, six million doses could go out as soon as the FDA gives the green light. Moderna, California Governor Gavin Newsom says that the state has received more than 30,000 of the more than 600,000 doses of the Visor vaccine are Lilia Luciano, in L. A says it's especially needed in the Central Valley in Southern California hospitals were space is running out. L. A County has less than 100 ICU beds available this morning We had no more ICU. Dr Brad Spell. Berg is the chief medical officer of L. A county's USC medical center. This continues for another couple weeks like this when you have your car accident where you gonna go over 4400. People are hospitalized in L. A one in five in the ICU, with vaccinations making their way. There is light at the end of the tunnel, but infections are rising at record breaking levels could collapse on us before we reach a like Luciano CBS News Los Angeles President elect Joe Biden stops and Georgia to rally support for the two Democratic Senate candidates Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock. They face Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler in the January 5th runoff election. Biden tells a crowd of supporters at a drive in rally power to win this election again. Let your voices be heard, so the voice of Georgia could be heard. There's nothing beyond our capacity. There's no limit to America's future. CBS News has learned. President elect Biden intends to nominate former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buddha judge to be Secretary of transportation. CBS is Steve Important, was the second former Democratic primary rival to be tapped for the Biden Cabinet. The first being Kamila Harris, if confirmed, Peep Buddha judge would be the first Senate approved Cabinet official who identifies is gay. The former mayor of South Bend would oversee a sprawling department that regulates everything from railroads and airlines to natural gas pipelines. Major snowstorm on track to hit the Northeast Mid Week on New York's Long island shoppers are stocking up and in New Jersey the executives say that they're preparing for what may be several inches of snow. This is CBS News. W T o p a 203. Good Wednesday morning, mid week, December 16th 2020 cloudy, very cold this overnight. Early morning 23 for the low. Most of the area by daybreak were a 34 and holding now Being late. Thanks for taking us along for your early morning ride weather topping the news this morning. The white stuff on the way this Wednesday, According to the weather man, some parts of the region, mostly to the north and west of the district could get a significant amount of snow today. Most of us will see at.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"New York bells at the National Cathedral in Washington have been ringing all our 300 times for the 300,000 Cove in 19 deaths here in the U. S. Those on the front lines, agreeing the visor Corona virus vaccine for a second day. Some 400 hospitals nationwide received shipments today. Robert Lucky is a nurse in Houston. Proud Children do something like this for myself and obviously for the community as well. But dirties vaccine could get FDA approval this week and be distributed next week. I see you. Capacity in Los Angeles County hospitals has fallen to less than 100 beds. Some are completely out as our lilia Luciano reports from l A. This morning we had no more ICU bed Doctor, Brad spell. Berg is the chief medical officer of L. A county's USC medical center. This continues for another couple weeks like this when you have your car accident Where you gonna go over 4400. People are hospitalized in L. A one in five in the ICU, with vaccinations making their way. There is light at the end of the tunnel, but infections are rising. Record breaking levels panel could collapse on us before we reach the like Luciano. CBS NEWS LOS Angeles lawmakers are inching closer to an agreement on covert relief bills correspondent Steve Dorsey from Washington. We're not leaving here. Without a covert package. A promise from Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is lawmakers prepared to leave for the holiday recess. Many Democrats are dropping demands of bill include aid for local and state governments, while McConnell appears to be backing away from insisting on Corona virus related liability protections for businesses. For the first time since the presidential election. Joe Biden is appearing in person. With two Senate candidates in the South, the president elect ventured into the nation's hottest political battleground. The state of Georgia vote. Mr Biden.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on WTOP

"Visor Corona virus vaccine For a second day. Some 400 hospitals nationwide received shipments today. Robert Lucky is a nurse in Houston. I just feel proud to be chosen to do something like this for myself, and obviously put a community as well. But dirt is vaccine could get FDA approval this week and be distributed next week. I see you capacity in Los Angeles County hospitals has fallen to less than 100 beds. Some are completely out as our lilia Luciano reports from l A. This morning We had no Or ICU Bed Doctor Brad Spell. Berg is the chief medical officer of L. A county's USC medical center. This continues for another couple weeks like this when you have your car accident where you gonna go over 4400 People are hospitalized in L. A one in five in the ICU, with vaccinations making their way. There is light at the end of the tunnel, but infections are rising at record breaking levels could collapse on us before we reach a like Luciano. CBS News Los Angeles lawmakers are inching closer to an agreement on covert relief bill. Correspondent Steve Dorsey from Washington. We're not leaving here. Without a covert pocket. A promise from Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is lawmakers prepare to leave for the holiday recess. Many Democrats are dropping demands of bill include aid for local and state governments, while McConnell appears to be backing away from insisting on Corona virus related liability protections for businesses. For the first time since the presidential election. Joe Biden is appearing in person. With two Senate candidates in the South, the president elect ventured into the nation's hottest political battleground. The state of Georgia vote..

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"usc medical center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on KCRW

"Luck in the world. Thank you so much for coming on today. Thank you. It's Dr Brad Spielberg, chief medical officer at the L. A County USC Medical Center. Well, the holidays are here, and even in normal years, it can be really rough. And they can be a lonely time. For many people, especially for families that have recently suffered a loss, and this year is very much not a normal year. A lot of us are struggling with grief because of the pandemic. Cove. It has killed around a quarter of a million Americans so far, and even if you haven't lost someone in your family, you're probably not getting together like you usually do, And that's a different kind of grief. Add to that the shorter days. The colder weather the fact that a lot of us have been stuck at home for months now, with no clear end in sight, many of us no longer have the jobs we once relied on. None of this is good for our mental health. Joining us to talk about coping with Cove it during this holiday season is Maria Mere. She's a licensed marriage and family therapist Welcome. Thank you so much. Well, what are you hearing from your patients? What are they telling you about how they're feeling about this time of year? So since the beginning of Cove ID, you know, there's been a huge influx of clients in general in the mental health field. I mean, this has affected everybody in so many ways, you know, job loss, just isolation. But of course during this time It gets dark early. It's getting colder out. You know, we're used to at least going outside taking walks. Um, you know, having some light after work to kind of do these things for self cared, and that goes a long way. But now we're unable to even do those things. And here comes the holidays. I work with a lot of people in general during the holidays. People feel lonely and they feel depressed and you kind of if you aren't really in touch with your family or close with your family. It's a time when you feel more alone and you feel that isolation. So on top of that this year, I'm getting, you know, 10 times the amount of that isolation from even clients that usually may go see their families and it's been very, very hard on them. So what do you say to them? Because there's no sugar coating This. This is a terrible time for a lot of us. And this has been a terrible year for most of us. So how do you say Oh, you know, It's going to get better. I mean, I don't even know what you say. What do you say to people who who are like, you know, I feel awful and I don't know how to feel better. Yeah. I mean, the reality is none of us have control over Cove it we don't know when Kobe it is going to end, which is the biggest part of the anxiety about Kobe it if If we were to give a end date to covert and people would be like, Okay this day I can go in see my family, but we don't know how Long Cove it is, so it makes it a lot harder on do none of us have control over that. But what I tell my clients is we have to focus on what we do have control over. We have control over. This year. Let's just focus on this year these holidays. We have to make new tradition just for this year, and if it has to just be making a small dinner for just the people in our household, then let's do that. Let's create a special sort of holiday for just this year and make a new tradition and do face time with the family. Everybody still have dinner at the same time or lunch or brunch or, however, you're going to do it. Have your face times out. Have your zoo meetings out and Everybody kind of happy together, but just deliberate in your own homes with Christmas. Same thing. You know, people are sending each other gifts. And you know you can have everybody open gifts together, you know, with doing some type of face time or or zoom or something like that, you know, just creating your own sort of traditions. Just for this year. You know, that's what you gotta do. You gotta push through, no matter how hard it is. Because if you don't do anything, it's gonna feel a lot worse, relatively new study out by the Rand Corporation and the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. The study found that there has been a 40% increase in alcohol consumption by women. I'm not sure that they're drinking more than men, but they're drinking more than they used to drink. And is that because they are experiencing We've been reporting on this that women have been experiencing, you know, sharing and In commensurate burden of Cove it I mean, they have had to do most of the domestic duties in general. They've had to deal with the kids. A lot of them have suffered more financially and career wise than men. We've seen a lot of studies on that. What are you seeing in your practice amongst your patients? Yeah, That's definitely something that's happening. Also, there's been a huge child care, you know, Issue where J cares are close. Schools are closed. So one Parent sometimes has to give up their work if they weren't already let go of their job. You know it, Zubin. Usually amongst my clients, the females that have sacrificed their jobs to, you know, be able to take care of the kids take care of the house and also be the teacher for their kids. So that's been a really big struggle. And that's also caused more isolation. Because now there's no outlet. Even Even when you're working from home, you still are able to talk to co workers. They're still some type of a company Presidents or, you know, talking to people and just to having something outside of just, you know your household duties to do right. And normally during the holidays, women take on the organizing roll typically. When it comes to organizing the meals and preparing the meals and buying the president's and arranging all socializing, like doing all of that, too. Which is stressful, but also stressful now in a different way. Yeah, that's for sure. And women definitely do take on that role, you know, and it's dressed one a different way. Now. We're actually, um, You know, they missed that role. You know, sometimes it's It's stressful around the holidays because you're trying to organize everything. But now it's like you're not really organizing the dinner. You're actually figuring out what to do instead. It's actually very sad. Yeah, You know, I do have some clients that have kind of given up the holidays altogether, where they'd rather not celebrate because to do so it's almost more painful. They would rather kind of treat the holiday as just another day because it's easier. But I think you know, especially for your kids, You know, just, you know, making the tradition your own this here and and really just making it special because you have to try to find the silver lining and Cove it right, like lie past slow down. It's forced you to spend more time at home. It's forced you to. I mean everyone's doing some deep cleaning and You know, doing more self care, and it might be a nice time to have this intimate holiday, which might create different memories and just a memory that, Yeah,.

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Chicago Nurses At University Of Illinois Hospital Reach Tentative 4-Year Contract Agreement, Following 7-Day Strike

WGN Nightside

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago Nurses At University Of Illinois Hospital Reach Tentative 4-Year Contract Agreement, Following 7-Day Strike

"Strikes in Chicago have resulted in contract agreement. You local 73 nurses still need ratify a four year deal with University of Illinois hospital systems but a tentative deals in place. A vote scheduled for next week. They also agreed upon a four year deal with USC Medical Center. You know, we accomplished so many things that had loved thing to do with money, you know, respect, dignity. Unity. The deal includes pay raise for all workers, including a bump for the lowest paid employees up to a minimum of $15 per hour. Orton

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"usc medical center" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Our next traffic update includes any trouble tonight? 25 in less than three minutes. 7 39. The recipe temperature is 66 gun sales and permit applications are on the rise, and at least one metro Atlanta County They're calling it record demand. Cobb residents applying for gun permits from the typical 50 applications a day to now over, 100, says a cop probate judge. And there's the corresponding effect on businesses that sell firearms and M O weaken. Get pallets of ammo in and it's like watching a Parana feed. J. Wallace owns Adventure outdoors and Smyrna tells Channel two action use at his place. The pandemic and silver protests have gun sales sky high since March at TriC it's 95.5 WSB. Hundreds of nurses in Chicago could walk off the job this weekend. If contract negotiations don't improve it. USC medical Center just once administrations that relax What kind of nurse is you? Have you have nurses truly willing to risk their lives for the greater good at a rally Monday they demand more pp to protect them from Corona virus. Along with better pay and staffing. The medical center says it's doing what it can to prevent a work stoppage or a virus has caused a flood of young adults to move back in with their parents. That's according to an analysis by the Pew Research Center, It found roughly 52% of 18 to 29 year olds are sharing homes with their parents of five points from February, reporter Brian Shook says. Isn't it hasn't been that high since the Great Depression. Younger workers are also more likely to be jobless or to take a pay cut during the pandemics and possible good news from the CDC about this year's flu season. Australian other countries in the southern Hemisphere just finished their easiest flu season on record, and the United States and other nations in the Northern Hemisphere could have an easy time, too. If we get the flu shot, practice, social distancing and wear masks. Atlanta's a CDC director, Dr Robert Redfield, saying that this could be one of the best flu seasons we've had if Americans do those things, WSB Health reporter Sabrina Cubits says There should be plenty of flu vaccine to go around the CDC purchase 10 million doses.

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Stigma in Christian and Asian Communities

The Psych Central Show

06:19 min | 2 years ago

Stigma in Christian and Asian Communities

"Of the Psych Central podcast calling into the show today, we have Dr Esther Park, who was a board certified child adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist Dr Park Completed Her psychiatric training at the La see USC medical center and has more than seventeen years of outpatient clinical experience treating adults and children Dr Park Welcome to the show Oh it's such a pleasure. Thank you for inviting me. Well, we really excited to have you here because we want to talk about the stigma of mental health in the Christian and Asian communities. So let's jump right in why is there stigma mental health in many Christian circles? This is an area where I'm very familiar I grew up. My father was a Presbyterian minister, from Korea, as first generation Korean. Moving here to the United States and I was born here. So I'm a US barring korean-american. So I got to see just what it's like to grow up in a church actually Korean church I believe that the stigma comes from misconceptions, a lot of misconceptions about healing in general general healing of physical problems and especially mental healing. So for example, maybe seventeen hundreds, right? Where severe mental illness just gets to frame. Yeah where they're having nations and bizarre behaviors that used to be looked upon as demon possessed, and so from those generations and centuries until now it's still has kinda trickled to this modern day of if you have a mental illness and you can't quote unquote, shake it off that something's wrong with you spiritually, I'm reminded of the Salem witch trials. And Twenty, the majority of people believe that was just an extreme overreaction based on on so many factors but fear being primary one, and now here we are in twenty twenty and I I recognize that that we're not burning anybody at the stake but it's interesting to me that that we're allowing sort of this misinformation or there's misconception and this fear of mental illness Dr, are thinking when the. Average person in two thousand, twenty completely understands that letting fear and misinformation drive are thinking all the way back in. Salem wasn't overreach an overreaction. It feels like the same thing just with less dire consequences except of course, if if you're a person living with mental illness or mental health issues and you don't get the treatment and support that you need to death is a very real possibility. Right I, totally agree. It's just a different form now, just more maybe acceptable form today how people are being viewed or treated whenever they're struggling, and then that causes people to not share their struggles. Do you feel that the average Christian feels that they can't seek help because it salt their faith or is it deeper than that? Not about insulting their own faith, it's about like if I help. And I find out that I really have a diagnosis or I'm really experiencing something real. then. That's GonNa to prove that I am not a person of true faith or my faith is weaker than others and they're very fearful to discover that sometime. So there's a great deal of denial and a great deal of I can just beat this with my faith. All I have to do is pray or all I have to do is go to more worship services. So I think those are the reasons why rather than a direct insult to the faith professionally, I would say why there's a stigma there's such minimal knowledge ignorance about physiology and medical background and even psychology even the entire field of psychology there is another misconception. Just based on the fear that that is not of God and they think that psychologists or even the theorists of the past are not aligned with God and they just kind of alienate them or marginalized them as opposite of God or atheists, and so I found that very intriguing because I grew up even I think my own dad would talk about Freud or other famous theorists not there of the devil but like they're influenced maybe and did not trust psychology and maybe people don't even try to go to a psychologist for fear that Oh they're going to change me and if they changed me, I'm not going to believe in God. I might talking really extremely in terms of like what the thinking but deep down inside there is so much fear in going to a psychologist. They don't know that these are actual neurologically based struggles. For example, major depression severe anxiety disorders polars your friend. Yeah. These are disorders of neural transmitter imbalances. And they can be treated. On the other hand on the spiritual level, I'm a firm believer that many have inaccurate standing about what we call the Gospel or the good news. They don't know the message of the Bible I think they misconstrue so many things and just pick and choose what they think the doctrines. And then apply it to certain things. For example, have you ever heard of the word legalism? legalism is it term based on the law? So example, there are laws of God or there's these traditional laws interpreted as laws of God, and you must obey them, and that's the only way to please God or get blessings. And therefore, if you don't, you may get punished if the mental health issue is considered as a punishment than they may be experiencing Oh, I must be punished. This must be a consequence of a pass wrongdoing. So it's totally, it's the misconception starts to

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Authorities searching for 2 missing children believed to be abducted by father in Los Angeles

Leo Laporte

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Authorities searching for 2 missing children believed to be abducted by father in Los Angeles

"Two two kids kids taken taken from from county county USC USC Medical Center, a 12 year old boy and 14 year old girl were last seen leaving the hospital when a man around to 15 with a man around to 15 this morning. A man apparently followed the kids to the medical center and then drove off with the kids in an SUV. The man may be the kid's father. The vehicle information and license plate have not been released by police. Arkansas

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"usc medical center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Thief. Fire burning in Riverside County has burned more than 15,000 acres. Rick Stuart lives in the area and says people need to obey the evacuation orders. We were at the back of the house trying Tio trying to protect the house. The crackling and the flames came over the top and then just overran. The whole thing's stupid thing You always see people do is start. With a little hose wedding your house down. I can tell you that that wouldn't do a darn thing. 400 homes have been evacuated north of Wilson Street, east of Sunset Avenue and west of Hathaway Street in banning and the banning bench area and those north of Cherry Valley Boulevard between Beaumont and Highland Springs Avenue's one home to outbuildings. Some cars and a boat have been destroyed by the fire and evacuation center is set up at Beaumont High School. The fire is 12% contained place in L. A are looking for two kids taken from county USC Medical Center, a 12 year old boy and 14 year old girl were last seen leaving the hospital with a man around to 15 This morning. The man apparently followed the kids to the medical center and then drove off with the kids in an SUV. The man may be the kid's father. The vehicle information and license plate have not been released by police. The news is sponsored by Mike Diamond. The smell good plumber. Whitehouse Coronavirus Task Force of Dr Deborah Burke says the fight against Cove in 19 in the U. S is in a new phase. We are beginning to see an impact. From the mitigation procedures that many of the state local officials have put into place. Burke says the virus is widespread. That includes the rule and urban areas, both being affected, she says. Steps to slow the spread of Kobe, 19 are working in the South and West. An Arkansas Republican governor, Hutchinson says it was not right for a president Trump to tweet about possibly delaying the election. Well, it's not helpful for the president to think out loud in public fashion, and expressed some frustration. Hutchinson says the election shouldn't change. He says Trump should accept the results after the election. Checking your drive. There's a crashing Culver City on the 405 sound found side at the 90. We have a motorcycle crash blocking the car plate. Looks like toe truck on the seat If your travels take you to Pasadena westbound side of the 2 10 at Lake Is a stalled car blocking the right lane. And if you're traveling through Downey, five north of Paramount better better blocking the left lane Tropic stacking up from Lakewood caf? I and this guy helps get you there faster. I'm sure Gemma Kircher. I say it every week. Your home is your sanctuary, Especially right now. So why not let your home provide you with safe and healthy water.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To listen, but only one Ko Phi Phi am supported comment. During the commercial break. I came to the conclusion that The plumbing game is one of the very few. Employees that could be called the smell. Good guy, right? Have you said You know, maybe you're doing a commercial for a new church. Right? Hey, come to our lady of Grace and Encino, where we have the smell. Good priests are priests smell better Write you back. That's odd. I don't know. Doesn't really work with priests like he wouldn't go to somebody who has the smell Good doctor or accountant. How come the AMC movie theaters where we have the smell? Good projectionists. It's only works with plumbers and My diamond has is a monopoly on it right? I came up with that and nobody else can use it. I think he goes after you use it right? Like the guy who? What's the guy's name? Who says Let's get ready to Blank O Buffer. Buffer? Yeah, Michael buffer, right, and you can't use that term. Or he'll sue you. That's right. And you can't even say it. You can't say Oh, that's the guy who does that saying You can't because he owns it. Let's get ready to crumble. Look, I don't know if you could say that. Are you serious? No. Beep it then. Like like, Let's say you're selling a crumble cake. Yeah. Hey, and and you say, let's cry get like entered men's decided to write. I bet he would sue those guys for that restaurants of the same way with the happy birthday song you have the restaurants have to make up their own Happy birthday song. Because way, I swear. When I worked at a restaurant. Yeah, When I worked at a restaurant in college, that was the reason we were told was copyright issues. Wow. A stupid country We live in right where you're gonna watch everything, you D'oh. Or you might piss one person off and then they could make your life miserable. It's a litigious society. Yeah, it really is. And people just love to sue. Oh, I know. Because well, you could because everyone so well, you make money on it. You know, Gina, What was that thing you were talking about? General Hospital, the hospital. The pictures and the opening? Yeah, it's it's USC. It's USC Medical Center. What show? General hospital. Oh, yeah. I knew that. You know. Did you know we didn't laid this fun fact on it's like nobody knew it. You did not know that the and the Sun's going to rise tomorrow in the fun, fat. Okay, Mr. No, No, it all you want to hear another fun fact about General Hospital. Sure. Do you know that? I used to be a recurring under five on General hospital way I WASI was on who? Blackie, Who's aunt wasn't stay Moses character that was his name. Yeah, Loy, I don't know. I think it was I I did it for a long time. And I never got to have my makeup done because they were always busy with someone else. But when you're in under five U boats, every makeup done so I am the extra painted up. Nurse hub phone answerer that looks like she's on her way to the club. Really? That's you? Yeah, I didn't know that. Yeah, I did that a lot. That's wild. A buddy of mine was in a soap opera. And You played a Ah, a lawyer. If I should talk about this, but he played a lawyer in this soap opera, and he taped it. And when we were over one night at his house is Hey, You want to see me as a lawyer, unlike you know the long and restless or whatever, you know, one of those Soaps. And I'm like, How long is it Because I'm only on for like, 15 seconds. OK? I mean, I'm not gonna watch three hours of you, but I'll watch 15 seconds and he put it on. And he was pretty good, huh? And we'll locate your like Is that a joke? You're the worst. You're like the worst actor in the world. That's what you mean. He goes. I was great. Everyone told me I was great. I know it. But what else they're going to tell you. Oh, that acting is horrible. And I feel you guys still friends. Yeah, we're still friends, but I crossed the line. You don't Because this is years ago. There's like 25 years ago. But I guess I cross the line because he took a real personal I was 25 years ago. Did he come back with atleast? I don't have an inflatable couch. But look if somebody said to me, man I saw you on, you know, Blankety blank. You're horrible, Mike. Yeah, No kidding, right? I knew I was and the director knew I was everybody knew I was They tried to help me and I just can't act so I would pile on me. But this guy was like, very like defensive about like, Oh, no, dude, you know, I work again. I was so great and turns out he's not an actor. Right now. Hey, went into the family business. Because he's horrible. No, He's a great friend. I've known for a long time, but he can't act at all. Look, he didn't take any acting classes. He thought he could just go in there and read the lines on the soap opera and he would be cool and it's such a. It's such an insult to actors who really You know, hone their craft. It's something you really have to do a lot. You got to keep it fresh and you got to keep studying and you got to keep reading. And you've got to keep watching. You can't just, you know, I come off the street and slide into a soap opera or any show. And think you're going to be great..

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"usc medical center" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Just write a talk radio seven ninety KABC news at two oh two I'm Steve coming several streets are closed as an investigation continues into the explosion that rocked downtown Los Angeles yesterday evening and left eleven firefighters injured fire captain Erik Scott says the business that was in the building is described as a supplier of a cannabis product and that played a role in the blaze the building appears to be doing business as a smoke chokes warehouse distributors supplier for those that make butane honey oil some of the firefighters suffered burns on their upper extremities and were taken to county USC Medical Center at least three were released from the hospital a short time ago officials say two firefighters are listed in critical but stable condition all are expected to survive the LAPD is investigating last night shooting near a freeway off ramp in downtown Los Angeles that left one man injured police say they received reports just before ten fifteen last night that a man was shot and wounded a fourth street near the one O. one Hollywood freeway emergency crews rushed the unidentified victim to the hospital where he is listed in stable condition the tails on the shooting suspect or not non K. A. B. C. socal weather partly cloudy this afternoon with highs from around seventy at the beaches to the mid seventies to around eighty inland Woodland Hills a seventy nine degrees Hawthorne is seventy three downtown is eighty two we're monitoring developments on the corona virus pandemic twenty four seven to keep you informed I'm Steve coming talk radio seven ninety KABC now look at K. A. B. C. traffic the ABC dependable traffic right now two left hand lanes those owned and going for Caltrans construction on the sixty eastbound between the seven ten at Garfield and you are slow through the cones on up ahead on the sixty east bound in the Inland Empire you have a four vehicle records on the sixty eastbound right at haven Avenue the right hand lane is blocked in the sixty eastbound slow going from Grove Avenue to the fifteen freeway that's dependable traffic hi Mike Morris Sam seven ninety KABC this moment of gratitude is brought to you by rocket mortgage in the rock family of companies we really want to thank my wife's cousin.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Much have you time of the incident hold on their second Jonathan we're talking with Jonathan over a Navajo Rangers investigations Johnny cash that goes into the break we'll be back one droll we're still Republicans S. and when it breaks I'm bill Stewart for a twenty four hour care by news room an explosive commercial building fire in downtown LA is heard eleven firefighters at least two of the firefighters are in critical condition but they're all expected to survive LA city fire chief Ralph Terrazas says firefighters noticed increasing heat and smoke pressure while investigating the fire around six thirty last night as he initiated their exit that's when the explosion or flash it's being described as both things an explosion or flashover occurred another eyewitness account is that our firefighters came down the aerial ladder from the roof with their turnout coats on fire he says firefighters found butane canisters at the scene officials say the business may have been a provider for manufacturers of the cannabis products known as honey oil the eleven injured firefighters will all stay at county USC Medical Center socal weather from KFI a sunny and cooler Sunday around seventy at the beach lows eighties inland we lead local from KFI is twenty four hour news room I'm bill Stewart okay find traffic.

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US Air Force Thunderbirds: Fighter jets fly over LA, Riverside, Ventura counties saluting front line workers

Bill Handel

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

US Air Force Thunderbirds: Fighter jets fly over LA, Riverside, Ventura counties saluting front line workers

"The Air Force Thunderbirds have streaked across the southern California skies in honor of covert nineteen frontline workers many people a county USC Medical Center ended up missing the flyover because the jets were so low I would have been nice if they could have circled maybe around the building to give it more of a view a lot of people standing on the ground didn't get the best of you the jets flew from San Diego to Orange County and LA before flying over riverside and the Ventura county the Thunderbirds and blue angels have been flying over major cities for the past few weeks

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How An Early Plan To Spot The Virus Fell Weeks Behind

Short Wave

08:44 min | 2 years ago

How An Early Plan To Spot The Virus Fell Weeks Behind

"The government's missed opportunity for surveillance of the crow bias. What slowed scientists down and the loss time that could have been used to give some cities an earlier warning. You're listening to shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR. Okay Lawrence so it least. Six cities were supposed to be using surveillance systems that were originally built for the flu to test for cases of the Corona virus weeks into that effort. Only one had done that. So where's a good place to start? Let's start in Los Angeles. They ran into some issues back in February. They knew that tracking the outbreak through the number of positive cases that were popping up. Just wasn't a great idea. Because testing was so limited right in order to get tested at that time you had to either recently traveled to China or had close contact with somebody else who tested so. It was like a really high bar to get tested. Yeah and that was because almost no state labs could run the CDC's corona virus tests at the time they had sent out faulty test. Kits see no even patients with the right symptoms. Really couldn't get a test. Which makes it really hard to see. What's happening in a community but for this project the surveillance cities they were guaranteed testing by the CDC and they could send their samples to the agency's headquarters in Atlanta. So how did Los Angeles Start? Looking for the corona virus so county health officials starting talking to hospitals about testing these mildly symptomatic patients. You know and they got pretty far with one of them Dr Prabhu Gander of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. He told me when the hospital's board discussed it though they declined to be part of it we only had one confirmed cove in nineteen case in La County and they were concerned that if the second case in La County was linked to this hospital. That there'd be a certain stigma that would potentially be bad for the hospital. Okay so they were worried about the hospital's reputation. Do I have that right? Yeah and he says. The hospital was concerned that patients would be anxious and avoid the hospital if they found the corona virus there now county. Health officials declined to name this hospital because they said they agreed to keep discussions confidential. Well okay so how did L. A? Eventually get testing started. Another hospital reached out to county health officials and that was La County USC Medical Center the Chief Medical Officer. There is Dr Brad Spell Berg. And he knew surveillance monitoring was important. This is a leading edge indicator. If you don't look at it you're missing the Canary in the coalmine. You're waiting for the coal mine to collapse on you. Yes Spielberg wanted to do this. But his hospital into one of the biggest issues in this story of the pandemic testing to speed things up they were gonNA use tests from a private lab but there was only a small number of them. That was against huge resistance. The whole system is like you're wasting our tests. Don't do this. But his hospital pushed ahead and began testing at the county's Medical Center and some of its clinics on March twelfth. When the results started coming back it looked as if five percent of the patients they tested positive for corona virus. Bruce People that had been going to work going to social events wandering around in the community for the days and days. They have the right. This was well before we had broad social distancing policies. Yeah we didn't have that almost anywhere in the country at the time but once officials in La county new this you know they realize that people have been walking around with the virus more of them that they knew and this was a really key turning point in how they responded until then it was about trying to contain the virus. Us contact tracing to track down every person who may have been exposed you know but one of viruses spreading undetected epidemiologists will tell you that containment strategy just isn't enough so in the days after those results Mayor Eric. Garcetti issued a stay at home order for Los Angeles your actions matter and they can and will save lives. Okay so that's what happened in L. A. What happened in those five other cities most of them also struggled to get going? You know for example. New York City didn't get results from its sentinel testing until March thirty first. I couldn't get more information about why it took so long. You know the city is obviously overwhelmed right now but at that point the surveillance was too late to be useful. I mean there are already forty thousand cases at that time. Yeah not exactly an early warning at that point and you know Seattle also had struggles Washington state officials had an idea of how they want to do a sentinel surveillance when they first started talking to. Cdc One of the things. I propose very early was that we use samples from Seattle lose steady. Scott Linquist is the state epidemiologist. He wanted to use the Seattle flu study. Which is a research project that was already testing people with respiratory symptoms surveillance? That was up and running. My point was why. Don't we use those samples? It's up and running. Let's do it and that was denied the problem according to the CDC and FDA was that it was a research project and it didn't have the necessary approvals to run clinical tests for patients and they hadn't gotten consent from the patients to do the corona virus testing so the FDA denied the request at that time. Okay actually make some sense to me so was Seattle able to get anything together eventually. Yes about a month after that the Seattle flu studied did get all the necessary approvals. And they're doing testing now but linguists thinks they clearly could have used it earlier. Could've let us know that it was here before we had the community outbreaks and transmission in the long term care facilities but We miss that period so okay. This effort came up short to say the least. These were weeks when we could have been looking for the virus but the system itself didn't work those extra weeks had to have made a difference right. Well it's to say recognize situation where we been passed as wanted to. That's Dr Joseph Z. A deputy incident manager at the CDC said the delays happened because it was an entirely new virus. It took extra. Planning for collecting samples shipping them ensuring healthcare workers had protective gear. But whether that time made any difference question about whether this revolt we delay APP on longer. resulted in losing visibility. In those half thing and it's and I don't think so. Three weeks is an enormous amount of time to allow cases to accumulate without knowing about it. That's Jennifer nozoe an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. If it has sentinel surveillance stood up in A number of cities cities where we would expect to see cases. I We possibly could have caught it earlier and possibly intervened before the case numbers exploded. And you know when you look at the data. It's not hard to see that. The places with earlier state home orders seem to have done better there curves are flatter and they avoided a lot of the hospitalizations and deaths according to models. It really wasn't easy for officials to issue those orders. You know if you remember. There was a lot of debate about when to do it. But from talking to these cities the ones that had this hard data from Sentinel surveillance community spread was happening. They were able to act. I write so okay. Obviously this a very useful public health tool does the CDC have any plans to do this in the future. Yes a number of the cities and counties I spoke to are planning on starting sentinel testing again soon because you know as the outbreak starts waning. They're going to need to find the flare ups and spot the new cases before it spreads even more the trump administration is also talking about using it in their plan for reopening the country. So we'll be doing sentinel surveillance throughout nursing. Homes throughout inner city federal clinics throughout indigenous populations to really be able to find early alerts of symptomatic individuals in the community. Dr Deborah Brooks is talking about doing that testing for people who don't show any symptoms but who may still be infected and spreading the virus the epidemiology. I spoke to said you know this is something the country has to get right. This time. You know not just waiting for cove in nineteen cases to walk into an emergency room but designing studies to go out and looking communities and actually get the early warnings that this kind of testing could have provided in the first place.

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"usc medical center" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"usc medical center" Discussed on KCRW

"Lucas and it's really such a pleasure to talk to thank yes Sir love that's quizlet because he's the also of the book the Cinderella homes of Jean van drive this is one of a trio of books about suburban houses in the south by bill does he admires Bandra William Mallon time and that and you're listening to DNA on France's Sanderson finally as we come to the end of twenty nineteen one of the shocking facts of this year has been the growing numbers of people who are living on the streets in Los Angeles county almost fifty nine thousand lost count up twelve percent over the previous year so we're closing out the year with a story about a creative idea for a place to put some more housing KCRW's lord Conrad Sheehan reports there is a building in Boyle heights that has long been an architectural giant there it is back later the morning sun rising majestically end to the blue sky it's been making architectural statement here in Los Angeles for a long you'll likely notice voice one the way kewl Hauser back in twenty ten needs no introduction just by looking at the outside of this building we all know what it is county USC Medical Center county hospital the old LA county General Hospital is part of the LA see USC Medical Center it's hard to overstate how big the old LA county General Hospital it's it's one and a half million square feet it's nineteen stories tall and once had eight hundred beds you might recognize it from the opening scene the long running soap opera General Hospital the architects association designed this building it was completed in nineteen thirty three Adrian Scott fine is the director of advocacy at the LA Conservancy it's I think known to many but many don't know its story so it's one of the probably most dominants are decal landmarks on the skyline the hospital goes by a few names one of them is a great stone mother as millions of Angelenos were treated there in the past this place also has a darker history in the early seventies Spanish speaking women who delivered their babies via emergency C. section were permanently sterilized often without their consent they filed a class action lawsuit in nineteen seventy five in the heat of the Chicano movement and during the aids epidemic of the eighties activists protested at the hospital for better care of HIV and aids patients but it was shaking badly in the Northridge earthquake and now the concrete goliaths it's mostly abandoned as you can tell it just kind of has that nice kind of quiet sense here peace and tranquility this is LA county supervisor hill this lease this was the largest public hospital this side of the Mississippi and to see it shudder.

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Suspect in deputy's shooting may be linked to more crimes, police say

Mike Slater

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Suspect in deputy's shooting may be linked to more crimes, police say

"A man accused of shooting and killing an LA deputy is expected in court today deputy Joseph Solano died last night. We've now learned that the suspect may be connected to a series of robberies at seven eleven stores across San Diego, Newsday tabby, Alford has more on the store, hundreds of deputies lines LA county USC medical center to salute fifty year old deputy Joseph Salona. He was shot and killed at random awaiting for food at Jack in the box and brought. Really good. L A. Police say this suspect it shooters, thirty year old retina Elson of Utah. The same suspect who Senegal police Shariff and Carlsbad PD are investigating in connection to a series of armed robberies at convenience stores around the county

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Mitch Englander, LA and Twitter discussed on Gary and Shannon

Gary and Shannon

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Mitch Englander, LA and Twitter discussed on Gary and Shannon

"Go if they. Have to I guess if we get the order to go We'll get. A few more, things. But the more important things are put away right now firefighters say. This fire's being driven by fuel, such as grass brush and. Some timber a new federal plan would let commercial loggers thin forests north of. LA to prevent wildfires Andrew Madson with the Los Padres national forest says it's an area that's about fifteen different fires in the last twenty years what we have out there now is a lot of dead standing trees that would represent a lot of ready fuels in the event we. Had a new. Wildfire star a conservation group for the area says it's just a political ploy to let commercial logger get around regulations so they can produce more, timber in national forests the man accused of fatally shooting Long Beach fire captain Dave Rosa has died in. Jail the elderly man had been in jail at county USC medical center for pre existing health issue and he was charged with capital murder for allegedly setting off an explosion at a retirement home back in June, then shooting at the responding firefighters LA city councilman. Mitch Englander has unblocked a gun rights group on Twitter that group says it was unable to respond to the tweet from Englander about his proposal to ban ownership of three d. printed. Guns in a letter the group pointed out a federal judge has ordered the president to stop blocking people on Twitter. Englanders office says. That gun group was blocked in. Air or some time in the past, a new study of lab results is found that Lyme disease has spread to all fifty states Quest Diagnostics is four. Hundred eighty three people were diagnosed with the tick-borne, disease. In California last year that's nearly. Triple the number of Lyme disease cases in California just two years earlier Hasbro says it's investigating, claims at some place school crayons tested positive for specis the Krantz were found in thirty six pack sold at, a dollar transit cargo the advocacy. Group that ran the. Tests say those crayons were also sold online And lady Gaga has announced she's got to Las Vegas residency, in the,.

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