26 Burst results for "Vanderbilt University Medical Center"

Interview With Penny Powers

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

04:30 min | 9 months ago

Interview With Penny Powers

"Thank you very much penny for joining me and q. Barb in the rest of the special interest group for the invitation so we will have some general questions to begin with. How long have you been a therapist. I have practiced for forty five years. Wow that's quite a quite a career. At what point in your career did you become interested in assistive technology or in specialized wheelchair provisions after. I practiced a of years I received an invitation upon returning from china and adopting my second daughter Here at vanderbilt. I was offered the invitation to help out if you will in the wheelchair clinic and It afforded me the opportunity to move from a back in the day. They called it sub acute practice. So i was doing inpatient practice primarily with geriatrics medically complex patients in our sub acute unit. Which they've sort of gone away and gave me the opportunity to move to an outpatient setting so a single mom with two young children was attractive. But i have to tell you gave me great pause. I asked myself repeatedly. Could i learn a new area of practice and for me it. It really was a new area of practice and certainly I had to Get out my motivation. And i said yes for which there has been absolutely no looking back and although it's trite. I'm so glad. I jumped off that cliff great. So what is your current practice setting. Can you describe where you work. And what the setting is like sure I work at the within the vanderbilt bill wilkerson center which is Interesting are Hub for speech language and hearing sciences. And i work in the neuro rehab hub for the vanderbilt university medical center which is called the pie beta fai rehabilitation institute. And if it sounds like a sorority. It is because the pie fis gave the seed money to start this clinic and they are tremendous supporters of this clinic. The clinic did not start out just a little historical perspective. The clinic did not start out here. The clinic here at vanderbilt was part of rehabilitation services and started again. Hold onto your hat. In nineteen eighty five and so it really was on the forefront and so started in one thousand nine hundred eighty five but in two thousand five the department of rehab services which had Come under the umbrella of orthopedics divorced us and as part of the divorce agreement i brought the adult seating and mobility clinic And i say Pi beta phi. Me and jenny. Robertson took the pediatric component or division of the clinic to one hundred hoax. And of note. I think that really was a fait accompli. In that is everybody knows. A children's hospital wants everything pediatrics. So i think that part was a fait accompli. But i moved here to define two thousand five. We've been going pretty strong since then

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:21 min | 10 months ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Winter Johnston legislation that would significantly increase coronavirus relief checks has hit a dead end in the Republican controlled Senate. NPR's Scott Horsley reports. The measure, which would boost payments from 600 to $2000 has been blocked by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Handful of Republicans did support the larger payments, including at least this week the to her keep competing in the Georgia run off. But most don't like the idea and the president's outspoken support for $2000 payments. Put those senators in a tough spot. You know, they had either go against their own preferences or go against the president. So McConnell, as is his habit, save them the trouble of having to cast an awkward vote by saddling the $2000 payment idea with two unrelated provisions that are essentially lead weights that are going to sink the payment idea before it ever gets to the Senate floor. NPR Scott Horsley reporting The European Union says new American tariffs on goods from Europe will disrupt ongoing negotiations trying to end the 16 year dispute over aircraft subsidies. Teri Schultz reports you officials say they'll take up the long running trade dispute with the incoming Biden administration. The latest round of U. S import duties on you. Goods is in response to what the U. S trade representative's office says were excessive tariffs imposed by the EU on American goods earlier this year. The two sides have both been found by the W T O to have illegally subsidized their aircraft manufacturers, a ruling that's allowed both sides to engage in a protracted tariff fight. Teri Schultz reporting from Brussels. The number of deaths from the coronavirus in Tennessee has reached a single day. High public health officials say 3800 people died from Coben 19 on Wednesday. Like farmer of member station WPL and reports, many hospitals have reached their breaking points as the virus continues to surge across the state deaths tend to follow any surgeon covert hospitalizations and much of the country hospitals air hitting new highs every day with more than 125,000 covert patients nationwide. Those patients are often sicker now that less critical patients being turned away. Brooke Robertson is a nurse at Vanderbilt University Medical Center's growing covert ICU. I remember having a patient who was struggling to breathe because of the virus. She reached for my hand and just begged me not to let her die. She wanted to see your family just one last time. Vanderbilt has been posting daily testimonials from Frontline workers like Robertson intended to show people how dire the situation is. Tennessee hospitals of handling twice as many covert patients as it did November for NPR news. I'm Blake Farmer in Nashville on Wall Street. The Dow was up 94 points the S and P up 10. This is NPR news in Washington. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. I'm Sean Carls and Bear. DiBlasio says he wants to vaccinate one million New Yorkers against Cove in 19. By the end of January, he told CNN this morning, the city is preparing to Kiffin kick efforts into high gear. Let's say toe every part of the healthcare world. We need you. Local community clinics were gonna put up pop up sites. We're going to use our schools, you name it, whatever it takes to reach a million people were ready to go. So far more than 88,000. New Yorkers have received a dose of the cove in 19 vaccine. That's about a quarter of the more than 347,000 doses the city has received. The vaccine is currently being given the health care workers and nursing home residents and staff. Five women anchors and reporters who sued New York one's parent company for aged AM Gender Discrimination have departed. The local cable station is part of a settlement ending their lawsuit. In June. 2019 Rama, Torrey, Amanda Farinacci, Vivian Lee Ji and Ramirez and Kristin Shaughnessy claimed charter communications had reduced their on air time due to their ages and pushed for younger looking female reporters. Five women issued a statement saying it was in everyone's interest to resolve their dispute in part ways but would not disclose whether they've received financial payments in a statement, charter Communications thank the former employees for their years of dedicated service. Tonight New.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hospital capacity isn't a shortage of space, at least here in Tennessee, it's been a shortage of staff because so many nurses, doctors and respiratory therapists have been out due to exposure or having a positive case themselves. At one point last week, Vanderbilt University Medical Center had more than 400 people out because of covert. What's the vaccinated staffing should become slightly less of a problem and in turn some of the capacity concerned should listen and hopefully hospitals right now, Billy Well, you know there was a time it kind of depends on where you were in the country. But at this point, the pinches is just about everywhere. I talked to a flight nurse based just outside Nashville named Mark Tankersley. Usually their helicopters are flying patients from rural hospitals who need a higher level of care into some of the big medical centers in Nashville. National has reached maximum capacity for their bed space. So now we're having to utilize some of our larger rule hospitals to transfer patients from some of her smaller role hostiles. He says. Often these patients need ventilators, rather critical care that some hospitals just can't provide. We're actually seeing hospitalizations in some states leveling off a bit, but we're told that is not necessarily a good thing because it may mean more people are being turned away because they're just not sick enough. Arthur. Do we know when there may be enough vaccine distributed to relieve some of the stress on hospitals? Well. Dr Anthony Fauci said yesterday that it will be 2 to 3 months before vaccines have an impact on the public's health. So in the most optimistic scenario where all of the vaccines in the pipeline are cleared for emergency use, and they're no supply chain problems. The federal government says it will be able to distribute roughly 300 million doses in the spring. That's when the shots will be available to anyone who wants to be vaccinated. But you know, there's still a lot of hesitancy out there. That's it's starting to shift as people get more details about how well these vaccines protect against serious illness. The bigger problem may be more of what one expert called Scott the Beanie Baby effect. You might remember the demand time under the far outstrips the supply of those cute little creatures. I guess the message that Dr Fauci and others keep coming back to those that even this spring summer and in the fall when millions of us will have been vaccinated, we will still be wearing masks and avoiding close contact until we know for sure that the vaccine actually prevents. Against transmission of the Corona virus. As opposed to just protecting us from getting sick. Well, thank you all very much for the fine reporting you've been doing for us and for joining us this morning, Martha, Baby Gar from W B, you are in Boston. Blake Farmer WPL in In Nashville and Jackie 48 at KPCC in Los Angeles. Thank you all. Thank you, Scott. Way weekend edition is a production of NPR news, which.

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Dolly Parton adds pandemic hero to list of accomplishments

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Dolly Parton adds pandemic hero to list of accomplishments

"The creators of one of the most promising vaccines against the coronavirus credit musician Dolly Parton for helping it become a reality I'm marquees are a letter with the latest listed in the support of credits of the maternal vaccine report is a Dolly Parton covert nineteen research fund pardon had announced in April she had donated a million dollars to Vanderbilt university's Medical Center for corona virus research early data indicated the vaccine is ninety five percent effective Parton tells NBC's today show she's thrilled to have done her part I'm just happy that anything I do can help somebody else and whatnot no needed the money to the culvert fund I just wanted to do good

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Dolly Parton's $1M donation helped fund promising COVID-19 vaccine: 'I just wanted it to do good'

Charlie Parker

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Dolly Parton's $1M donation helped fund promising COVID-19 vaccine: 'I just wanted it to do good'

"Is donation to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center helped fund Moder knows new covert 19 vaccine That's nearly 95% effective. The country Music star said she gave a million dollars in hopes of doing good and evidently it is

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I know family gatherings tend to be large, and after you've had one of those gatherings, wait three or four days and then asked for a test kit. Results could be returned in 24 to 48 hours. Supervisors also recommend small gatherings be held outside who help stop the spread of Cove. It a doctor and Fresno has died of covert 19. William Garnica worked at several places. This nurse who worked with Dr Garnica says the threat of Cove it is real, but it's Having something that's happened just makes it even more evil. All about much more real doctor Danica was 61 had been battling covert four months. Joe Biden and Kamila Harris are getting a national security briefing, but not from the government officials because the election is not been certified, and President Trump has not conceded. The Biden transition team says that diplomatic intelligence and defense experts will update the president elect on the readiness that key agencies, but this is not an official government briefing. Maybe she's Karen Travers has experts have said they're concerned the delay and starting the formal transition could jeopardize national secure. Biden's already announced top White House staff positions. His picks include former campaign manager Jen O'Malley, Dillon and Campaign Co chair Louisiana Congressman Cedric Richmond. The Pentagon says it has successfully shot down an unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile with a smaller missile fired from a ship at sea. The test that only been done before from land A test shows the U. S military can now use another system to defend against North Korean I. C B M saying that the United States NBC's Luis Martinez says that Navy ships equipped with the smaller missiles would add another layer of defense to the much larger missiles based in Alaska and California. Dolly Parton is being credited for helping advance the work of modern is coded 19 vaccine, the company announced Monday. It's vaccine is more than 94% effective. Parton donated a million dollars in April to Vanderbilt University Medical Center's efforts to Fight Cove in 19. Those efforts included Madonna's vaccine.

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Dolly Parton helped fund Moderna COVID-19 vaccine research

Chris Krok

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Dolly Parton helped fund Moderna COVID-19 vaccine research

"Donated a million bucks to Vanderbilt. University Medical Center for Covert 19, which included Madonna's vaccine trial and clinical research in the footnotes of the New England Journal of Medicine announcement yesterday. Madonna vaccine results have AH have 94 95% efficacy quote listed as one of the funders $1 million from the Dolly Parton Covert 19 Research fund. Praise God for Dolly Parton. We love you. We're proud

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You know, for 20 and something that you know, become a little bit more popular over the last few years. Rob Sasso works at Garden Remedies in Newton. Yeah, that kind of garden and those kinds of remedies. They're gearing up for a flurry of shoppers looking for some dope deals on the day before Thanksgiving. This year. They're green Wednesday. Bargains air for the socially distant smokers. More individual cannabis pre roll so Ideas. People can use them personally. It's important to note that on Lee Medical dispensaries will be offering discounts next week. The laws are different for recreational shops. But the big feast coming up the next day, you could bring a dish that will get everyone talking and giggling. That sure, WBZ Boston's news radio and speaking of holidays, New York Mayor Bill De Blasio's says If you planned to travel for Thanksgiving next week, you might want to rethink those plans. New York's infection rate is just below 3% of threshold that would kick in new restrictions, forcing schools to close and return to remote learning. That has Mayor Bill de Blasio urging people to stay home for Thanksgiving tow avoid spreading or contracting covert 19 where the second wave bearing down on us, there's an opportunity of fight. There's an opportunity to beat this back. This is our last chance to fight and beat it back. He says he's optimistic. If people do their part, schools can remain open. Margaret Malard, ABC News New York, and We, of course, have been talking about Madonna's Cove in 19 Vaccine, Cambridge based company their vaccine said to be pretty much 95% effective. Well, looks like Dolly Parton is donation to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center actually helped to fund this research and this development by Madonna. Was on the Today show today, saying she was excited to find out that she was credited and her research fund was also credited as supporters. The country star says she donated a million dollars in hopes of doing good and in her words. Evidently it is WBZ.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Good afternoon. It is four o'clock. I'm Pamela. For with your top stories. Thie. You has settled a lawsuit with the city of Mount Juliet, which in effect will allow once again health care clinics to operate anywhere in the city where medical services are permitted while the lawsuit was brought on behalf of Keira FIM Clinic Which had opened in Mount Juliet and offered medical abortion care. Will city leaders quickly passed a zoning ordinance that would ban it from within the city limits. Later, Judge blocked that ordinance, and it was then repealed by the city. In a statement, the says, let this be a warning to politicians. If you attack our constituents, constitutional rights, we will see you in court and we will win. Now the Capitol Hill president Trump defending what he said in recorded conversations with veteran journalist Bob Woodward. In one recording taped in February, Trump can be heard telling Woodward the Corona virus can be contract ID through the air and as much deadlier than the flue in a news conference today at the White House, certainly if hey thought that was a bad statement. He would have reported it because he thinks that you know you don't want to have anybody that is going to suffer medically because off some fact. Meanwhile, Vanderbilt University Medical Center vaccine researcher Dr Buddy Creech says the Moderna vaccine is showing progress. An early phase studies, Creech says Vanderbilt and my Harry Medical College or boys to lead in vaccine trials and urges minority participants to.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wlw Rachel Elliot, New Research suggests. That Pope in 19. The after effects of it at least might be more dangerous than we had originally anticipated here to walk us through that is critical care physician at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr West Ely, Doctor, Thanks for joining me. Oh, you're very welcome. It's a pleasure to be here today, So we're still in the middle of this pandemic and ah medical professionals like yourself are concerned about the lasting effects of cove in 19 which a lot of people haven't really even thought about yet. That's exactly right. We're very worried about what we're seeing in the covert survivors who definitely seemed tohave ongoing problems with the way that their brain is working with post traumatic stress disorder, depression. Cognitive impairment and these disabilities are going to have to be dealt with as a society and on the individual level with these patients, and this is something that wasn't pre existing necessarily impatience before they had Kobe. They didn't necessarily have anxiety Issues obviously didn't have post Max stress. Is that because of the illness itself, going through what they went through with the illness, or do you guys know yet? We've been studying this at our Vanderbilt Center for 20 years in survivors of critical illness, So we know that people who come in with a preexisting history are predisposed their higher risk. You don't have to have it in advance it all to end up with a PTSD after critical illness. Or a dementia after could've blown or depression after ridiculous about one out of three. Have this on the back end and encoded. It's way worse. Wow, really, I I think I read something around 30 to 50% of Covitz survivors, and these are people not only that were admitted to the hospital, but people that we're not sick enough to go the hospital they were able to stay home and kind of ride it out at their home. They're still showing about 50%. Almost of some of those patients are still dealing with these mental health issues afterwards. Absolutely Yesterday, I got a call from a Scientists and actual scientists who is a top of her game and she was telling me how it's been two months and she just can't read papers or edit papers are right, and she's having a tremendous trouble just doing what she has been doing for. 10 years a CZ, one of the world's leading scientists, and this is clearly totally de novo and something that is disabling her ability to help other people through her research and the these air, younger people to their suffering some of these cognitive facts, right Younger and not even hospitalized. Now the elderly are going to be Closer to disaster if you will, but we need to realize that if we wait, we think it's only about older and sicker people that were really going to do a disservice in an injustice. To those young people who are suffering and until ignored and or kind of, like, you know, wise anyway, paying attention to my ongoing problem, right? And you know why you were part of an article that I read. There was absolutely both fascinating and terrifying at the same time about this subject, and one of the things that struck me was, there's got to be some sort of. I want to say Survivor's guilt on these cove it patients behalf. Where they're coming out of this illness, and now they still have these lingering side effects. But I'm sure some of them are like, well, why should I complain? I shouldn't. I'm lucky one, you know, or I I've gotten past it and they're not even connecting it with Cove it so there's a possibility that this is underreported, too. That's a really great observation on your part about the maybe study, too connected to Kobe because some of these people they think that Cooper was so mild. You know what's wrong with me? This couldn't be from Cove it and that's one thing. It's going to go under the radar. And they not gonna have that could be attributing it to the actual problem and therefore may not seek the help Ryan help that they should be getting that's one thing. And then the survivor's guilt is absolutely really. I love that You brought that up because I think it will got these other people died and I didn't. So who am I to complain? Exactly? We really have. We've got to validate their complaint. Because they're they're really having a hard time, you know? Well, yeah, this is ah, this the lingering effects and I think you I think you said chronic illness that cove. It is not just a viral infection, but possibly a chronic illness at this point, considering what we're seeing in the aftermath When you take that into consideration, you have these patients. They're dealing with these ongoing issues. We don't know how long yet this will last. We have no idea. That's right. But I will tell you, though, that that if they get sick enough to be hospitalized, we know for sure that 1/3 to half of people even years later, we'll be having problems and that's pre coded. So there's no reason to expect that it would be better than that. If anything, it might be worse than that. So we just need to be ready for the fact that this is a a major public health problem that we're going to have to be focused on and make. Some sort of Way to deal with Andi is the working name for these conditions. Collectively, Cove it fog right now. Uh, that's a that's a slaying that I think works. Covert fog. I do think that works more formal name that the public should be aware of. And I want your listeners to be aware of its called Picks. P. R. C S. Which stands for post intensive care syndrome, and they can read about the post intensive care syndrome. If they want on our website, our website you delirium dot org and this is a very riel medical problem..

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Vanderbilt Study Finds 1.5M More Kids Are Going Hungry

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Vanderbilt Study Finds 1.5M More Kids Are Going Hungry

"Study in the Journal of Pediatrics found a disturbing side effect of the coronavirus pandemic more than one and a half. Million more children are going hungry Blake farmer of member station W. P. L. N. reports. The study is based on national polling of parents with children under eighteen. Roughly two percent said they were able to afford all the food they needed before the pandemic, but not anymore Dr. Steven Patrick Vanderbilt. University Medical Center is the lead author since schools have shutdown. Kids aren't getting recognized by their teachers. Schools is a source of food for kids. There are appearing in their. Their pediatrician's office less frequently, Patrick says single parent households seem to be the hardest hit. The poll also found not having the money to buy. Food was tied to higher levels of stress in poorer health overall

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Fifty and twenty five people make sense according to Dr David Arnold for Vanderbilt University Medical Center division of infectious diseases here's what the good doctor says for example a crowd of people is there to watch particular entertainer they can spread out and still watch the stage but of all those people are there to see each other then everybody sort of mingling walking around that number of people becomes much more dense population and that's another reason to keep those numbers down some spaces they can now hold more than two hundred people usually have a capacity of fifteen hundred or less Dr says that while they can operate at a fraction of the normal amount of people being able to adhere to safety guidelines or not should be the ultimate call far be it from me to tell you to ignore all this but ignore all this here's the deal if you're over sixty five years old you have health issues then I wouldn't go anywhere where there's a large amount of people other than that go have fun your chance of dying from corona virus is minuscule so you're not putting yourself at risk of dying of coronavirus unless you have an underlying health issue you're obese or you're over sixty five and even then eighty percent of the deaths from corona virus have been people over sixty five most of them have been people over eighty and so if you're looking for good science instead of just speculation out there this is something we've known since the get go so if you're somebody who's under sixty five who's in good health then go enjoy yourself you have virtually no chance of dying from this disease get a better chance of dying in a car wreck over the year then you do from the disease what if you're in one of those risk groups then doctor Phil here would advise you to stay home until this thing is passed well we have a vaccine or whatever but this nonsense of trying to keep people out of businesses and saying well we don't need more it's just you they're using arbitrary numbers what they should be doing is telling what I just told you which is the truth instead of trying to work around it these folks are notoriously dishonest and they have all tear your motives for all sorts of different things some of them were noble for example when Dr Bergson doctor felt she and and and arrest these folks Dr Adams and the rest these folks were telling you not to wear a mask this was early on they didn't tell you not to wear a mask because they thought that it was an effective even though that's what they told you they told you not to wear a mask because they were afraid she would go and buy all the mask up and then the folks at the hospital would have won so I can't blame him for that but they were dishonest about it they did not tell you the truth they were more concerned about the people in the hospitals and they were about you which I think is justified but listed shoot straight with the American people but you can't see they're going to constantly tell you things that they want to tell you that heard you in the direction they want you to go the fact the matter is what I just told you is the truth what I just told you is the truth and if you don't believe it just look at the stats out there eighty percent of the deaths from corona virus have been from people who are over sixty five years old eighty five percent the number of deaths is going down dramatically matter of fact since June first we have the number of new cases of coronavirus up sixteen percent the number of deaths down sixty three percent and we know who is at risk and we've known this since the beginning those three sixty five and older account for eighty percent of all covert nineteen deaths this according to the CDC if you're under thirty five it's zero point eight percent of Colbert nine nineteen deaths under thirty five which comprise forty fives in the population they account for a tiny zero point eight percent of covert nineteen deaths and almost every one of those is somebody with an underlying health issue so for health experts in the doctors at Vanderbilt everything we're going to be honest with you they would tell you this that would tell you the straight truth but they don't want to because they are afraid of what you might do and this is the classic case of health officials and public officials trying to protect you from yourself what they're afraid is is it they say if you're under sixty five years old and no health issues then it's okay to be into whatever crowd now we're not going to say you're not gonna get it you might very well get it but you're not gonna die from it what am I going to tell you that because then they're afraid the vulnerable people vulnerable people will show up in those crowds to they'll get it and die they can't leave it to you to say okay I'm high risk I'm gonna stay home so what they're doing is trying to protect you from themselves from yourself and that's what health officials have historically done which is wrong they try to ban smoking they try to ban this intra band that deserves so you will put a tax on this we're going to discourage you from doing this that is not your job your drought job is to give us the info and let us make the decision your job is to tell us is coffee good for you bad for you is peanut butter.

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Remembering John Prine

Q

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Remembering John Prine

"For more than fifty years ago John wrote songs that were sad and funny and overall just human songs about regular work in life songs about quiet ordinary days rolling by the songs that were incredibly profound he wrote songs you could grab your guitar and sing along with songs about simple honest truths songs you could use a sort of a road map to life songs that use the language that you spoke with your friends at the bar and songs that you could spend three or four weeks parsing and trying to figure out John died on Tuesday at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville he died from complications of COPD nineteen he was seventy three years old that road map to live John sang about so often he was singing to one person in particular take a listen to this I want to say this is when whenever I've read naming this sounds like advice S. as in I'm talking to myself and you know I was trying to convince myself for that at the time that time don't get wrapped up in your anger you know because people don't realize it but there you can be your own best friend your own best your own worst enemy yeah it's hard to say if you don't know yourself for for some reason you're the hardest person to get up for your case you know it's it's how it's difficult to forgive yourself but within three years of these that's kind of where I was staying there and it works for me is that I'm say this John Prine and Mariposa folk festival in a really Ontario over his seventy three years John's songwriting genius caught the attention of pretty much the biggest names in music Bob Dylan called him a midwestern mind trips to the nth degree who writes beautiful songs Kris Kristofferson hated him after he discovered him because his songs were so good and so easy Bonnie Raitt famously did a cover of his song angel from Montgomery which launched her career John this paper trail for tons of younger folk and country singers people like Jason Isbell and Margo price and Kacey Musgrave if you ever saw John do a live show he tell these hilarious stories and then sing the most devastating songs which is the combination that you really need in twenty eighteen John released his album tree of forgiveness at that time it was first new record in thirteen years and now well I guess it's in honor of John Prine I want to revisit this really special interview I did with him around the time that album came out I got to talk about a line of his that I repeat myself at least once a week even now as we go through this whole thing here's my conversation with the late John Prine when I get to heaven MACA guides in thank you for more blessings than one man can stand then I'm gonna get a guitar and started writing little band check in do swell down any day after live grand and then I'm going to give it back and is that this is there is god is my witness the judge John you can you

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"That makes me feel good producer Peyton have you been watching more movies Jason you gotta stop doing that I just watched him on repeat at this point because I want to be prepared I watch outbreak now three times since the corona virus one one days either we re weeks three times I've seen it because I just want to be prepared apparently there's an easy way to be prepared I'm actually already kind of doing that Vanderbilt University Medical Center infectious disease specialist Dr William Schaffner smoke smoke without CBS radio and said basically it's a little bit more like Jason and you won't get the coronavirus we are not China we are not going to remain home in the streets won't become deserted but I think many people will make substantial alterations in their lives while the viruses in their communities like staying inside not going out not pretending you have to go out every single weekend the okay staying alone for a period of time we can all strive to do that we've done that in the past when we have had influenza outbreaks I did it last Sunday and I felt fine what is stated on Sunday and it was amazing if I did that same thing Saturday night and Friday night and Thursday night mostly this weekend you don't have friends you won't get corona virus yes right in telling people stop having friends in a family or social life give up never speak to your mother again and it turns out you will get the corona virus doing something like that has some economic implications are pretty significant which of course given the timing that this is all going to happen or may happen will be exploited by the Democrats are going to pretend that we have a weakened economy all because of Donald Trump having nothing to do with the fact that it's the corona virus that's driving down the stock market Dow Jones today dive like nine hundred points.

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CDC reports high levels of flu activity in 25 states

The Frame

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

CDC reports high levels of flu activity in 25 states

"The flu is in full swing just in time for the holidays the CDC estimates that four point six million Americans have had the flu so far this season and it's not over yet NPR Sydney what can reports twenty five states are now experiencing high flu activity according to the centers for disease control and prevention estimates that there have been thirty nine thousand hospitalizations from the flu so far the rate of hospitalization is similar to previously seasons this flu season is still gaining steam according to Dr William Shatner with Vanderbilt University Medical Center it'll likely will be within the month and then in several weeks we might see it recede no of course who was fickle meaning it can be unpredictable last year there were two peaks one for each dominant strain of the virus public health experts say it's not too late to get a flu

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KOMO

"Were stabbed been transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where the leader died the forty Niners won a thrilling last minute victory over the LA rams but it wasn't until after the game that coach Kyle Shanahan pulled the team that CJ had given him a message to relay to his teammates they could talk and the last thing you said to me when I walked out the door he stopped me and just because you make sure the guys will win this game this game is maintaining her to his brother we all know that you guys also know CJ four people are now wanted for questioning including a twenty three year old the battered family released a statement to the Tennessean newspaper about their son Clayton saying nobody's light shined like his when he smiled and the forty Niners said in a statement the CJ has taken leave to be home with the family as they grieve for some members of the team it was like their own little brother died forty Niners tight in George cattle is known about her family for about eight years he played with us CJ in college at the university of Iowa he says that even though it was one of the most terrible days of his career he was glad they can win for the family he dreams thank you recording toddler in his grandfather who were run over inside a Ross store in purine continue to improve couples Matt Markovich reports out of this horrific incident comes an act of kindness and generosity zero David men of our remains at Harborview Medical Center along with his grandfather hello in Spanish the boys on body a moon Yost says David has multiple late fractures and can move his upper body somewhat but not his legs and has developed a nerve issue inside his brain his grandfather has improved but is struggling emotionally and as nightmares of the accident she says the family has no health insurance she's a single mother she doesn't have a very big support network so deputies and first responders to the scene wanted to do something.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KOMO

"Were stabbed been transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where they later died forty Niners won a thrilling last minute victory over the LA rams but it wasn't until after the game that coach Kyle Shanahan pulled the team that CJ had given him a message to relay to his teammates they could talk and the last thing you said to me when I walked out the door he stopped me and just because you make sure the guys will win this game this game doesn't mean anything heard was brother we all know that you guys also know CJ four people are now wanted for questioning including a twenty three year old the battered family released a statement to the Tennessean newspaper about their son Clayton saying nobody's light shines like his when he smiled and the forty Niners said in a statement the CJ has taken leave to be home with the family as they grieve for some members of the team it was like their own little brother died forty Niners tight in George cattle is known about her family for about eight years he played with us CJ in college at the university of Iowa he says that even though it was one of the most terrible days of his career he was glad they can win for the family it's a B. C.'s Adrian bankers a toddler and his grandfather who were run over inside a Ross dress for less store last weekend and are still improving goals that market says out of this horrific accident has come an act of kindness and generosity two year old David men of our remains at Harborview Medical Center along with his grandfather in Spanish the boys on body a moon says David has multiple leg fractures and can move his upper body somewhat but not his legs and has developed a nerve issue inside his brain his grandfather has improved but is struggling emotionally and as nightmares of the accident she says the family has no health insurance she's a single mother she doesn't have a very big support network so deputies and first responders to the scene wanted to do something.

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New pill combines blood pressure and cholesterol medicines

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

New pill combines blood pressure and cholesterol medicines

"Group this so called poly pill three blood pressure drugs and cholesterol medicine all rolled into one has shown results among low income patients in other countries but now it's been tested in mobile Alabama for a year the medicine is cheap and it's easier for people to remember to take just the one pill a day among three hundred patients over the age of forty five the poly pill group showed lower blood pressure and lower numbers for bad cholesterol the lead study author at Vanderbilt University Medical Center says the poly pill gives vulnerable patients a running start toward better health a similar test in a run also found the risk of heart attack and stroke went down by a

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Radio, the Nashville predators. So proud to have Vanderbilt sports medicine as part of their team Vanderbilt sports medicine provides world class orthopedic care to Nashville and surrounding communities their positions evaluate and treat bone enjoyed injuries. And patients of all ages, not just athletes. Call six one five nine three Ortho or visit online at WWW dot Vanderbilt, orthopedics dot com. Vanderbilt University Medical Center, exclusive healthcare provider for your Nashville predators. Your new apartments. Big such a great deal. It's okay. Just okay. What's not? Right. I bet you don't even notice it. That's my neighbor. But deal. It's just okay is not okay. Get a great deal with America's best network come into one thousand teeth. Learn how to buy one smartphone and get sick one on us based on GW once. Well, you finally arrived first real job got your own place. Parents proud and getting a real teaching has been awesome. You're able to replace it hand me down to TV with five inches of four K three DS around sound good to me. You didn't need that sixty seven telecaster that you bought on Broadway. But it sounds amazing. It's funding adult is now make sure you act like protect all that cool stuff about the price of a pizza a month with renter's insurance from farm bureau insurance, get a quoted FBI in dot com today. You're listening to Stanley Cup playoff hockey on the fifth. Third Bank in Nashville for radio. Visit the seventh man marketplace powered by NHL ticket exchange to buy and sell verified treads tickets for regular season and playoff games keeps Nashville gold and sell your tickets directly with other fans on the seventh grand marketplace. Rollin wins the face off from outside the Dallas line, repay hints and the puck is flung into the zone by sue bath. Ron Lim skates on by zuccarello hotshot stopped off the stick their of Bishop jurists try to get to it. But sped away from him by Dickinson. Blinkered slips a little bit entering the Nashville auto.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on AP News

"It's a well known hospital is being accused of botching an operation the late. In a string of allegations against it. AP? Correspondent Rita Foley reports. A woman in Tennessee says Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville operated on the wrong kidney during her surgery. Carla Miller now says she will need dialysis for life. She is suing for more than twenty five million dollars. Vanderbilt isn't commenting a separate lawsuit alleges Vanderbilt patient died when a resident botched a routine procedure and in a third incident. I'll former Vanderbilt nurse has been indicted on charges of accidentally giving an execution drug do an elderly patient. I'm Rita Foley. Matthew, Broderick's Marta career? I in recent months. He leads today's birthday roundup. He's been part of the cast of the Connors has Jackie's manipulative boyfriend his first time doing TV in front of a live audience. It's amazing. How quick it is in a way, you know, we've had two or three rehearsals? And suddenly, there's an audience and then at home this millions or at least thousand people. Brought a on the talk. He's fifty seven Rosie o'donald starring the Showtime series smell. She also became a grandmother in recent months, just to see my daughter, so happy, and so sort of content and this guy who loves her so much loving that baby. And and now she feels I think a lot of adopted kids feel until they have their own child. They don't have that unit that to look at someone who looks like that Donald on the today show. She's fifty seven and British actor Timothy Dalton's joining the DC universe on the upcoming series doom patrol where he's doctor Niles Calder..

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"Lights. So many people are lining up lining up to get these microchips that the country's main shipping company says it can't even keep up with a number of quests authorities have developed a new surveillance was called the gate recognition software that can identify people using the body shapes and how they want. From the cabinet the country. Based on facial recognition. Could be used citizens. Unprecedented. Leaky journal science published a study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center. It advocates for the creation of a universal nationwide DNA database. Quoting you and me and everybody else. So creating these genetically modified babies allegedly that happened is being called a dangerous and unethical and with this story, it's not a question of whether this could be done at all. If when why and how let me just tell you what we're talking about a technique called crisper, gene editing, take a stranded DNA which codes for jeans, and this crisper actually works. Like, a scissors removes the, gene. And then this DNA hills itself. So whatever this gene codes for a disease a condition against theory. Maybe even other things like hair color is China launches the world's fast. Onto himself. Space taking it scientists step closer to developing what they say, we'll be hack proof communication. Today. The greater Korean Republic communications satellite claiming it will bring a you do the entire world. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. It is first day of twenty nine thousand nine New Year's day. We do a show on New Year's day for everybody to talk about the future. Have a little fun. Talk about scary. The fun stuff. They quantum computing the when President Trump before.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Pasco one zero two nine FM south Tampa nine seventy W F L A all over Tampa Bay. Will. Fifty. A few. Seems to be. Bright lights. So many people are lining up lining up to get these microchips that the country's main shipping company says it can't even keep up with the number of requests authorities have developed a new surveillance tool was called the gate recognition software that can identify people using the body. How they want the country has I'm vicious. System based on facial recognition. Be used citizens unprecedented. Sleeping journal science publish day study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center it advocates for the creation of a universal nationwide DNA database. Quoting you and me and everybody else. So creating these genetically modified babies allegedly that happened is being called a dangerous and unethical and with this story, it's not a question of when whether this could be done at all. If when why and how let me just tell you what we're talking a technique called crisper, gene editing, you take a stranded DNA which codes for Japan's crisper actually works. Like, a scissors removes the gene, and then this DNA heals itself. So whatever this gene codes for a disease a condition in theory. Maybe even other things like hair color is China launches the world's fast quantum satellite into space. Taking it scientists step closer to developing what they say, we'll be hack proof communication. Today, the greater Korean Republic. Latest communications satellite claiming it will bring up through the entire I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. It is I have twenty nineteen New Year's day. We do a show on New Year's day for everybody to talk about the future. I have a little fun. Talk about scary, south of the fun stuff. Quantum computing the fun stuff when President Trump.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Seems to be the bright lights. So many people are lining up lining up to get these microchips that the country's main shipping company says it can't even keep up with a number of for quests thorns that developed a new surveillance tool is called the gate recognition software that can identify people using the body shape. And how they want. Hidden from camera. The country has an ambitious. System based on facial recognition. To be used. Unprecedented. Squeaky journal science published a study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center it advocates for the creation of a universal nationwide DNA database. Quoting you and everybody else. Creating these genetically modified babies allegedly that happened is being called dangerous and unethical and with this story, it's not a question of whether this could be done at all. It's a question of if when why and how let me just tell you what we're talking a technique called, Chris Byrd, gene editing. You take a stranded DNA which codes for jeans, and this crisper actually works. Like, a scissors removes the gene, and then this DNA heals itself. So whatever this gene codes for a disease a condition in theory. Maybe even other things like hair color is China launches the world's fast contents as light into space. Scientists a step closer to developing what they say, we'll be hack proof communication. Today, the greater Korean Republic. Latest communication satellite blaming it will bring a message to the entire world. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. It is the first day of twenty nine hundred nine New Year's day. We do a show on New Year's day for everybody to talk about the future. I have a little fun. Talk about scary stuff. The fun stuff. They quantum computing the fun stuff when President Trump.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Seems to be the bright lights. So many people are lining up lining up to get these microchips that the country's main shipping company says it can't even keep up with the number of requests authorities have developed a new survey tool was called the gate recognition software that can identify people using the body shapes and how they want. The country has vicious. National system based on facial recognition. Be used a monitoring citizens unprecedented. The journal science published a study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center it advocates for the creation of a universal nationwide DNA database. Quoting you and everybody else. So creating these genetically modified babies allegedly that happened is being called a dangerous and unethical and with this story, it's not a question of whether this could be done at all. It's a question of gift when why and how let me just tell you what we're talking about a technique called crisper, gene editing, you take a stranded DNA which codes for jeans, and this crisper actually works. Like, a scissors removes the gene, and then this DNA heals itself. So whatever this gene codes for a disease a condition in theory. Maybe and other things like hair color is China launches the world's fast quantum satellite into space. Scientists step closer to developing what they say, we'll be hack proof communication. Today. The greater Korean Republic communications satellite claiming it will bring up through the entire world. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. It is I day twenty nine hundred New Year's day. We do a show on New Year's day for everybody to talk about the future. Talk about. Quantum computing the fun stop when President Trump before.

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"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"vanderbilt university medical center" Discussed on KTRH

"Gate recognition software that can identify people using the body shapes. And how they. From the country. Based on facial recognition. President. The journal science published study by Vanderbilt University Medical Center, it advocates for the creation of a universal nationwide DNA database coating you with me and everybody else. Creating these genetically modified babies allegedly that happened is being called dangerous and unethical and with this story, it's not a question of whether this can be done at all. If when why how let me just tell you what we're talking a technique called crisper editing. Take us stranded DNA which codes for jeans, and this crisper actually works. Like, a scissors removes the gene, and then this DNA heals itself. So whatever this gene codes for a disease a condition in theory, naming and other things like hair color now, China, launches the world's fast quantum satellite into space, taking it. Scientists a step closer to developing what they say, we'll be hack proof communication. Today. The greater Korean Republic communications satellite blaming it will bring message to the entire world. Louis. You're listening to ground zero. It is the first day at twenty nine thousand nine New Year's day. We do a show on New Year's day for everybody to talk about the future. I have a little fun. Talk about the fun stuff. They quantum computing the fun stuff when President Trump before.

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Titans Fan Hospitalized After Falling Through An Awning While Reaching For T-Shirt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Titans Fan Hospitalized After Falling Through An Awning While Reaching For T-Shirt

"News a fan who was reaching. For a free t shirt has increased. But stable condition at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after Lucy in its balance and falling right through the awning. The covers the tunnel to the Tennessee titans. Locker room metro Nashville. Police say the Thirty-seven-year-old received medical attention at Nissan stadium yesterday before being taken to the hospital, the Tennessee and reported a witness saw t-shirt land on the awning after the over the tunnel. That is during the third quarter of the titans win over New England when cheerleaders were tossing out free t shirts during a timeout. Titans confirmed. The fallen statement said yes Senate old fan fell from the lower bowl seating area

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