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"viral meningitis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:19 min | 10 months ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Where you stand on them. If you're maybe wearing one right now is as I speak. But in any case as the Corona virus pandemic continues, it's important to dispose of used personal protective gear properly. And turns out more and more of these items are washing ashore on beaches across the globe. This is interesting information and probably won't hear it in the mass media. But experts say is threatening the world's oceans and Marine life Scientific Journal Enter Via an environmental science and technology estimates that during the pandemic listen to this 129 billion that's with a B Disposable facemasks are being used every month in the World Economic Forum has predicted that in terms of weight, there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans or in the world's oceans by 20 52,050. Which is only 30 years from now, So make sure you dispose of those single use masks and gloves properly. Gloves, of course, being largely plastic as well. Right. Well, that's so much for facemask pollution that news for wine lovers you might want to tune out if you're a wine connoisseur or simile. A glass of wine A day is not good for you. You might have seen this recent study new study. And, Of course, it's not the first one by any means. There's a string of studies on this that suggest even small amounts of alcohol might actually be hurting your health. Specifically your hearts. Among other things. It was a study published in the European Heart Journal. They tracked over 100,000 participants and found that even people who drink a modest amount of alcohol like one drink a day at an increased risk of atrial fib. Relation, which is worn out and other previous studies and at the risk went up as participants drink more. In other words, 30% higher risk for two drinks. Almost 50% higher for four drinks on if you already have atrial fib relation that's insulting injury so, but it can cause or exacerbated. The research is significant because it could rule out once and for all that that one glass of wine a day is good for your heart. It's not fact. It may be quite the opposite. The report goes on to say that although atrial fibrillation is not heart failure, it can weaken the heart and lead to heart failure. So isn't that special so that one glass appointed day to protect your heart has is recommended in the late press. You've seen it all over. It's not recommended in the medical press, or at least not the recent medical press and Course, if you want to rationalize or justify it, you can just bury your head in the sand. And he drinking and, you know, hopefully won't have Tonto reap the consequences. But at least you were four warrant, So don't make a daily habit out of it. Just, you know, keep it for a special occasion. I mean, Nothing is wrong with an occasional drink, But people think of an occasional drink as on Leah dinner. I only drink that at night. You know they're you know, moderation is all over the Napa's first people. It's kind of like promiscuity. Right? This is it. Somebody that's promiscuous that someone who has more sex than you do, but along the same lines, you know, maybe somebody that's alcoholic is somebody that drinks more than you. I don't know. But that's the best analogy, but so much for alcohol in moderation. You know, keep keep it. It's like caffeine, Caffeine, the most popular world's most popular psychoactive drug, Um, if it was, by the way, if it was discovered today, it would be regulated because it has so many side effects, but because it's a part of foods and so ingrained in our culture. But with caffeine. I mean, I You know, I've never had a cup of coffee before. But I occasionally indulged in of green tea or dark chocolate or something like that. But it's not in every day or several times a day Occurrence. It Z every now and then. And so, And actually, caffeine is beneficial in that regard to where you don't become. You know, your body doesn't build up a tolerance to it. So Make for athletic events, etcetera. So excuse me, all right, moving on the kind of myself Boxer Top 10 little known virus facts that you need to know. One is that shingles could raise your risk for stroke and heart attack. Singles is the virus that same virus that causes chickenpox. The carousel of zoster virus that analysis of more than 20. Years of research, published in the Public Library of Science, found that even one case of shingles associated with increased Significantly increased risk of brain and heart events also, let's see what else do we Oh, here we go home. Was it? Uh, Rabies? Okay, um I was going to save this one for the last one. Go. Oh, come right now. You know, in spite of the fact that a few 100,000 people have died of the the Knot Evil, a virus that covered 19 virus. Rabies is the most deadly virus known to man. Nearly 100% of people who get infected with Rabies die from it, making it the most lethal known virus. In fact, today, listen to this. Only 14. People have survived the disease after showing symptoms, and it's nearly 100% 100% preventable with the vaccine, according to the CDC. Now, even if you get the vaccine after infection, if you get it soon enough, the shots will work even after being exposed to prevent infection, But you know, once you get once these symptoms exhibited, it's very you know, it's nearly 100% fatal. And if you can't touch your chin to your chest, call your doctor. Why would I say that? Willis, Stiff sore neck is one of the first signs of viral meningitis. That's a serious stillness that may follow exposure to many common viruses, including those that cause herpes or the flu, influenza and measles. And if you have cold or flu like symptoms that progress to a severe headache, light sensitivity Lethargy anyway. If If that's happening, and you have cold or flu like symptoms that progress towards the very heavy light sensitivity as well as lethargy, and next next was staff that you can't easily bend it forward. You want to call your doctor immediately because that could be a classic sign of viral meningitis. Also, you can get rid of one of the viruses that cause warts, the main one that causes words with duct tape. It's the best. It's the best remedy and infection with the human papilloma virus, and when it causes works the bumps, they're usually benign and they go event away. Eventually on their own. The one home remedy that may speed up the healing time is covering them with duct tape. This, according to a study published in the Journal American Medical Association pediatrics. Researchers found that duct tape therapy Aziz they call it was significantly more effective than cryotherapy than freezing off of the warts, which is a common treatment for Fort of addressing words. The HPV virus. Now, if you're overweight, very overweight, you need to be extra cautious because of these people are contagious with the flu virus 42% longer than those who are not Toby's so Not only are they more susceptible, but they are also carriers almost almost 50% longer this, according to research in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, And because of the city is like so many health problems that may affect your immune system. And excess weight, of course, can also make your flu shot less effective. So that's another reason to lose weight and follow my diet. Step that I open the show with all right couple other little known virus facts that you need to know. Secondhand smoke increases your risk of getting sick. Well, you know that first or second hand smoke damages your lungs. But that goes double when you're sick, because it also weakens your immunity and can make kash congestion and coughing. Worse, So breaking down your immune system is, uh, it's even more Dylan Cherries to your health.

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:35 min | 11 months ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Well, this is interesting, You know, face masks. I don't know where you are, where you stand on them. If you're maybe wearing one right now is as I speak, but in any case As a corona virus pandemic continues. It's important to dispose of used personal protective gear properly and turns out more and more of these items are washing ashore on beaches across the globe. This is interesting information and probably won't hear it in the mass media, but experts say is threatening the world's oceans and marine life Scientific Journal Interview and environmental science and technology estimates. During the pandemic. Listen to this 129 billion that's with a B disposable facemasks are being used every month in the World Economic Forum has predicted that in terms of weight, there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans or in the world's oceans by 20 52,050, which is only 30 years from now, so Make sure you dispose of those single use masks and gloves properly. Gloves, of course, being largely plastic as well. Right? Well, that's s O much for facemask pollution that news for wine lovers. You might want to turn out if you're a wine connoisseur or similiar. Glass of wine. Today is not good for you. You might have seen this recent study new study. And Of course, it's not the first one. By any means. There's a string of studies on this that suggest even small amounts of alcohol might actually be hurting your health. Specifically your hearts, among other things. So is a study published in the European Heart Journal. They tracked over 100,000 participants and found that even people who drink a modest amount of alcohol like one drink a day at an increased risk of atrial fib. Relation, which is worn out and other previous studies and at the risk went up as participants drink more. In other words, 30% higher risk for two drinks. Almost 50% higher for four drinks on if you already have atrial fib relation that's insulting injury so, but it can cause or exacerbated the research is significant because it could Rule out once and for all that that one glass of wine a day is good for your heart. It's not fact it may be quite the opposite. The Mayport goes on to say that although atrial fibrillation is not heart failure, it can weaken the heart and lead to heart failure. So isn't that special so that one glass of wine today to protect your heart as is recommended in the late press you've seen it all over is not recommended in the medical press, or at least not the recent medical press and Course, If you want to rationalize or justify it, you can just bury your head in the sand and he drinking and, you know, hopefully Won't have Tonto Reap the consequences. But at least you were four warrant, so don't make a daily habit out of it. Just, you know, keep it for a special occasion. I mean, nothing is wrong with an occasional drink, But people think of an occasional drink as on Leah dinner. I only drinking that at night. You know they're you know, moderation is all over the map is first peoples. It's kind of like promiscuity. Right? This is it. Somebody that's promiscuous that someone who has more sex That you do, but along the same lines, you know, maybe somebody that's alcoholic is somebody that drinks more than you, I don't know. But that's the best analogy but so much for alcohol in moderation and keep keep it. It's like caffeine, caffeine, the most popular world's most popular psychoactive drug. It was, by the way, if it was discovered today it would be regulated because it has so many side effects, but because it Z Part of foods and so ingrained in our culture, But with caffeine. I mean, I You know, I've never had a cup of coffee before, but I occasionally indulged in of green tea or dark chocolate or something like that. But it's not in every day or several times a day Occurrence. It Z every now and then. And so, And actually, caffeine is Beneficial in that regard to where you don't become. You know, your body doesn't build up a tolerance to it. So make for athletic events, etcetera, so easy. All right, moving on the kind of myself boxer. Top 10 little known virus facts that you need to know. One is that shingles could raise your risk for stroke and heart attack. Singles is the virus that same virus that causes chickenpox. The carousel of zoster virus that analysis of more than 20. Years of research, published in the Public Library of Science, found that even one case of shingles associated with increased significantly increased risk brain and heart events. Also, let's see what else do we Oh, Here we go. Was it Rabies? Okay. Um, I was gonna save this one for the last one. Go off. Cover it now. You know, in spite of the fact that a few 100,000 people have died of the people, the virus that covered 19 virus Rabies is the most deadly virus known to man nearly 100% of people. Who get infected with Rabies die from it, making it the most lethal known virus. In fact, today, listen to this on Lee 14. People have survived the disease after showing symptoms and it's nearly 100% 100% preventable with the vaccine, according to the CDC. Now, even if you get the vaccine after infection if you get it soon enough The shots will work even after being exposed and to prevent infection. But you know, once you get once these symptoms air exhibited, It's very you know, it's nearly 100% fatal And if you can't touch your chin to your chest, call your doctor. Why would I say that? Well, a stiff sore neck is one of the first signs of Viral meningitis. That's a serious stillness that may follow exposure to many common viruses, including those that cause herpes or the flu, influenza and measles. Now, if you have cold or flu like symptoms that progress to a severe headache, light sensitivity Lethargy. Um, anyway, if If that's happening, and you have cold or flu like symptoms that progress just very heavy light sensitivity as well as lethargy. And next next, whose staff that you can't easily bend it forward. You want to call your doctor immediately because that could be a classic sign of viral meningitis. Also, you can get rid of one of the viruses that cause warts. The mean one that causes words with duct tape. It's the best it's the best remedy. And infection with the human papilloma virus, And when that causes words, the bombs are usually benign, and they go event away eventually on their own. But one home remedy that may speed up the healing time is covering them with duct tape. That's according to a study published in the journal American Medical Association pediatrics, researchers found that duct tape therapy as they call it was significantly more effective than cryotherapy. They're freezing off of the warts. Which is a common treatment for 40 addressing words, the HPV virus Now if you're overweight, very overweight, you need to be extra cautious because of these people are contagious. With the flu virus 42% longer than those who are not Toby's so Not only are they more susceptible, but they are also carriers..

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Taiwan, Australia, It is because of universal masking if you look at China Which I was the first to tell it to shout from the mountaintops that nobody should believe those numbers. Even if they're on our Johns Hopkins website. Okay, The Johns Hopkins mad people say no. We just surpassed China and I'm like, Are you nuts like China is not giving us real numbers. But in China the real story If you talk to the dogs, they had two cities that had outbreaks were that were totally out of control. Because of universal masking. They protected 1.2 billion more people. That is something that is a lesson and it is a takeaway. And if you look at states that have been able to control their pandemic, it is mostly because of that distancing unmasking so I do strongly encourage it Now. I have a lot of other criticisms about the sort of haters out there. They're pointing blame, but I think this is something where we should have brought consensus. It does help. I think this is a good point. I just think In many ways, the debate has been people talking past each other because it strikes me that the debate isn't even about the masks themselves. It's about how you're going to get people to do it. You know, in this country people, Dino, for better or for worse, we have that Gadsden flag kind of don't tread on me mentality and people. People don't like to be told to do these things all the time. And so if that is the political reality, then we sure could be wonderful to encourage people to wear the masks correctly. But if you don't get it, you'll have to You'll have to also pursue other avenues. This This was an issue actually that Dr Fauci had brought up on the vaccines, which is that this was months ago, he said. The vaccine will have maybe 70 75% effectiveness, so that's good. That could get us to herd immunity. However, a lot of people in this country won't take the vaccine, so it won't get us to herd immunity. And so the question then becomes, especially now as we look to be much closer to a vaccine. You know, we have to consider that political reality in this country. You can't force people to take these vaccines, and if they're not going to do it, then then what is it going to look like? Once the vaccine comes out, Are we going to be ableto breathe a little bit easier? Or is it going to be the case that the vaccine is not going to get us all the way there? I think the polls don't work. When we asked people will you take a vaccine that has not yet been developed a worrying good points and so once the efficacy is out there and one's public figures and role models get out there and say I took it And you know, it's great. Now I'm liberated, maybe be a little more active. By the way, if I could just save Michael, I've followed Anthony Fauci for a long part of my career. Where was he on masks from dry January, February March. I mean, people are blaming our political leaders. But you know what? They're not virologists and infectious diseases experts. They rely on their advisors and who is the number one government advisor on this issue? It was Anthony found she now I know there's a There's some rule and Science or in the United States. You're not allowed to ever criticize Anthony 1000. You can talk about that. I think they passed a constitutional amendment to that effect. But it is very funny because now you know, as people are blaming Trump say, for people not wearing enough masks. You say Well, you know, early on, Dr Fauci explicitly told people don't go out and buy these masks. The surgeon general, for goodness sakes, came out tweeted, he said. Stop buying them asks people. And that's fine. You can say that people's scientific perspective. Or maybe their political perspective has changed. But can't you get through all of that on Donald Trump? He's not the one who's going out there is the public health expert. But what do you think looking at with that where we are now, in terms of the vaccine, the vaccine timeline some of these treatments that are on the table. I know a lot of people say it's been over 200 days since we heard 15 days to slow the spread. When can we actually reopen this country? When can we get back to some semblance of normal life? Well, I personally believe strongly that we can have a society with universal masking and some real reasonable did identification in areas where the infection is a threat and have an open society and have schools running and the schools should be up and running, with the exception of those with the kids with the metabolic syndrome. If there's enough infection in that community, have them stay behind. But you've got 100 kids who have died under age 20. Out of 600,000 that have gotten the infection. Those air. Those rates are comparable to viral meningitis and seasonal flu. And by the way, we kind of know which kids are the ones at risk. It's those with the metabolic syndrome. It's obesity and pretty metabolic, pretty diabetes, So we've got to take a targeted approach. Unfortunately, history's gonna look back and see how we took a A broad hammer Teo, and when we didn't know about community transmission in February and March, we shut the entire country down when really, we probably should have had more focus strategy. Of course, it just occurs to me with some historical perspective. We have had epidemics before in this country. We've had much deadlier epidemics for that matter. And yet we've never reacted. In in this way. I mean, is there Is there any way out of that? And do you think the fact that we've locked ourselves down for so long? What? What will that mean for, say, the flu coming back or other viruses that we tend to fight every single year? I mean, well, that well, that problem become pounding. The country has been oddly complacent about the number of seasonal flu deaths each year. Four years ago, 81,000 Americans died of seasonal flu wearing about 200,000 deaths now from Corona virus. I'm not I'm not minimizing it. But you know why I would be so complacent about seasonal flu deaths each year. Now I think the country has religion. We've started to recognize that we take the society is best measured by how it takes care of its most vulnerable its Children and its seniors. And now we're recognizing that it's no longer acceptable to be showing up to work, coughing and sneezing and slobbering sitting right next to people right during the flu season, And so this is the kind of the benefit I think we're going to see. Between 20 and 30,000 lives saved each year for the rest of our lifetime. As long as people remember the toll that Corona virus has taken because people are going to be using some basic smart mitigation in public health practices every season of flu year from this point forward And I think you know honestly, when the president gets Corona virus we we get it reinforces that this is still something that's out there. Yeah, I know it's true. And you make a good point about the sneezing in the slobbering. Ben always gets so upset when I come into the office and start sneezing and slobbering all over his desk. But now he has a scientific reason to tell me not to do it when when you mentioned these kind of mitigation. Strategies. I mean, does this mean that for the foreseeable future? You know, I don't know. For years now we can expect to be wearing the masks on airplanes, for instance. Or do you think that some of those Some of those strategies will lessen over time as we get a greater control of the virus. I think we're going to hopefully learn from the data. Ah, part of me thinks we're going to get a real good targeted strategy for seasonal flu each year and other unknown viruses. Remember there's a million viruses in the world, right? Right..

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"To tell it to shout from the mountaintops that nobody should believe those numbers. Even if they're on our Johns Hopkins website. Okay, The Johns Hopkins mad people say no, we just surpass China and I'm like, Are you nuts like China is not giving us real numbers. But in China the real story if you talk to the docks They had two cities that had outbreaks were that were totally out of control because of universal masking. They protected 1.2 billion more people. That is something that is a lesson and it is a takeaway. And if you look at states that have been able to control their pandemic, it is mostly because of that distancing unmasking so I do strongly encourage it Now. I have a lot of other criticisms about the sort of haters out there. They're pointing blame, but I think this is something where we should have brought consensus. It does help. I think this is a good point. I just think In many ways, the debate has been people talking past each other because it strikes me that the debate isn't even about the masks themselves. It's about how you're going to get people to do it. You know, in this country people, Dino, for better or for worse, we have that Gadsden flag kind of don't tread on me mentality and people. People don't like to be told to do these things all the time. And so if that is the political reality, then we sure could be wonderful to encourage people to wear the masks correctly. But if you don't get it, you'll have to. You'll have to also pursue other avenues that this was an issue actually that Dr Fauci had brought up on the vaccines, which is that this was a month ago, he said. The vaccine will have maybe 70 75% effectiveness, so that's good. That could get us to herd immunity. However, a lot of people in this country won't take the vaccine, so it won't get us to herd immunity. And so the question then becomes, especially now as we look to be much closer to a vaccine. You know, we have to consider that political reality in this country. You can't force people to take these vaccines, and if they're not going to do it, then then what is it going to look like? Once the vaccine comes out, are we going to be able to breathe a little bit easier? Or is it going to be the case that the vaccine's not going to get us all the way there? I think the polls don't work. When we asked people will you take a vaccine that has not yet been developed a worrying good points and so once the efficacy is out there, and once public figures and role models get out there and say I took it and you know, it's great. Now I'm liberated, maybe be a little more active. By the way, if I could just save Michael, I've followed Anthony found Chief for a long part of my career. Where was he on masks from dry January, February March. I mean, people are blaming our political leaders. But you know what? They're not virologists and infectious diseases experts. They rely on their advisors and who is the number one government advisor on this issue? It was Anthony found she now I know there's a There's some rule and Science herd in the United States. You're not allowed to ever criticize Anthony 1000. You can talk about it. I think they passed a constitutional amendment to that effect. But it is very funny. Because now you know, as people are blaming Trump say, for people not wearing enough masks you say Well, you know, early on Dr Patchy, explicitly told people don't go out and buy these masks. The surgeon general, for goodness sakes, came out. Tweeted, he said. Stop buying the masks, people and that's fine. You can say that people's scientific perspective. Or maybe their political perspective has changed. But can't you get through all of that on Donald Trump? He's not the one who's going out there is the public health expert. But what do you think looking at with that where we are now, in terms of the vaccine, the vaccine timeline some of these treatments that are on the table. I know A lot of people say it's been over 200 days since we heard 15 days to slow the spread. When can we actually reopen this country? When can we get back to some semblance of normal life? Well, I personally believe strongly that we can have a society with universal masking and some reason reasonable D identification in areas where the infection is a threat and have an open society and have schools. Running and the schools should be up and running, with the exception of those with the kids with the metabolic syndrome. If there's enough infection in that community, have them stay behind, But you've got 100 kids who have died under age 20. Out of 600,000 that have gotten the infection. Those air. Those rates are comparable to viral meningitis and seasonal flu. And by the way, we kind of know which kids are the ones at risk. It's those with the metabolic syndrome. It's obesity and pretty metabolic. Pre diabetes, so we've got to take a targeted approach. Unfortunately, history is going to look back and see how we took a broad hammer to an approach. When we didn't know about community transmission in February and March. We shut the entire country down when really, we probably should have had more focus strategy. Of course, it just occurs to me with some historical perspective. We have had epidemics before in this country. We've had much deadlier epidemics for that matter. And yet we've never reacted. In this way. I mean, is there Is there any way out of that? And do you think the fact that we've locked ourselves down for so long? What? What will that mean for, say, the flu coming back or other viruses that we tend to fight every single year? I mean, well, that well, that problem become pounded. The country has been oddly complacent about the number of seasonal flu deaths each year. Four years ago, 81,000 Americans died of seasonal flu worried about 200,000 deaths now from Corona virus. I'm not not minimizing it. But you know, why were we so complacent about seasonal flu deaths each year Now I think the country has religion We've started to recognize. That we take. The society is best measured by how it takes care of its most vulnerable its Children and its seniors, and now we're recognizing that it's no longer acceptable to be showing up to work. Coughing and sneezing and slobbering sitting right next to people right during the flu season, And so this is the kind of the benefit I think we're going to see. Between 20 and 30,000 lives saved each year for the rest of our lifetime. As long as people remember the toll that Corona virus has taken because people are going to be using.

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Well, one of the leading theories out there is that people who are under age 50 were in their childhood exposed to other very similar Corona. Chris is that have provided some cross immunity for those memory be sells, and that's plausible. If you remember in the Spanish flu of 1918 it was thean verse. It was people under age 45. We got hit particularly hard in the theory at that time was that those over age 45 at the time had been exposed to similar viruses in their childhood. So the doctor Macari, the big Heaven seems to be from all members of the media that the United States blew this that we really blew it in a way that is unprecedented. We blew it at the federal level. We blow it at the state level. The problem Seeing here is that we've taken a wide variety of policies at the state level, and it doesn't seem as though there is some sort of consistent outcome. California's basically been shut down, man and living here the whole time. California's basically been shut down for the entirety of this thing. And is getting walloped right now. Texas was not shut down and they're getting off. Florida was not shot down, and they're getting walloped Colorado singing up till they open the same time. It's Georgia. They're going to say media coverage, but they're seeing an uptick as well. Did the United States really botched the same thing so badly? Are we experiencing sort of a different set of circumstances in places like for example, Germany or Hong Kong? So a couple of distinctive factors come to mind? Your one would be the notion that the European brand of this virus is much more transmissible than the original Asian brand of virus. And the second is that if you live in a country that did not have a massive outbreak at the very beginning Then you're much better off in being able to contain it. Where's the United States? By the time we even knew that this thing was circulating, we already had probably hundreds of thousands of circulating cases in communities. Fred, I think I think that's correct. I would say that the one factor because there's many sort of Sort of internal analysis that people do with their own logic as to what really drives to spread what really drives the high case fatality rate, and in all of my analysis, It is really one factor, and that is whether or not people take it seriously. If you take it seriously. There's a lot of different measures. You Khun Dio, you can physical distance, You can cancel the field trip to Gettysburg this year for the kids. There are many things that could be done. There's universal masking so many things that can be done in the spirit of taking it seriously. And you saw that in Europe. As she pointed out, Sweden may not have adopted universal masking, but they did adopt a lot of social distancing and they did. It took a lot of precautions. So ultimately when people just you know, go to the Wal Mart, arguing that this whole thing is is baloney, and I'm doing whatever I want. That is the high risk situation and that's what's associated with these outbreaks now, So I find that's the main factor and you're right in Texas. That increases are rolling. I talked to doctors there talk to doctors in Florida. They say it's still increasing. So I think we're going to see these rolling increases over the summer. The question is when we collide with influenza and the fall will we sort of have religion by then? Will we take it seriously? If so, we'll be OK. If not, we're going to see some terrible outbreaks. So you mentioned schools earlier, and there's been vast sort of controversy over whether to reopen the schools. There's a whole upending your time from a teacher is suggesting that you won't go back to teaching if she's told, Teach in L, a county. They've gone so far as to prevent private schools from opening, even if private schools want open and are taking all sorts of precautions to prevent The spread. Where do you land on the Should schools reopen? It seems like the data is pretty solid. The schools are not the main vectors for transmission but obviously have some outliers like Israel, where they were a vector for transmission. 14 Children have died from Cove it since its inception in the United States between ages five and 14. Now I'll be a tragic I would go into you, although the data is not there that they had come or abilities and maybe even where you know, suppressed in a way that could be identified ahead of time, by the way. 14 I'll be a tragic is less than pneumonia, influenza and viral meningitis separately not combined, and we, you know, we probably should be taking more percussions against those things. So kids are very low risk. I wish then we could divert all of this energy. We're spending on trying to protect the kids to protecting the high risk vulnerable workers in the school system. The high risk 63 year old bus driver with hypertension and diabetes. Maybe a younger person should drive that bus. The teacher that's Very high risk on teaching a class at age, you know, 65 with multiple co morbidity is maybe a younger teachers teach that class. All of this energy. We're spending on making sure the desks or seven feet apart and having them learn on their screens. That's important for the small segment of kids that are that are extremely vulnerable, or perhaps those who live with parents who are highly vulnerable, but I mean, we should really talk about selective contingency plans for those who are high risk on the staff. And recognize that kids aren't are in a very strong position to deal with this Dr Marty Makary thanks much during the program of Johns Hopkins University really appreciate your time and your insight is always Going to be with you, Ben already coming up. We're gonna be getting into President Trump's interview with Chris Wallace Media declared. That was just a dud for Trump. I'm not really sure that that's the case. We're gonna get to that in just one second first. There's been a lot of reasons to smile lately. I mean, everything kind of socks. But there will come a time in the future when you wish to smile once more smile and you and you want your smile to me. Absolutely stunning, Beautiful. This is why you need your seeds to be straight. Go check out candidate. Clear a liners can declare liners are comfortable, removable, totally invisible. Unlike wire braces,.

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"That the Oklahoma Supreme Court says that you don't have to wear a massively rejected a request to to require everyone attending that rally to wear a mask and maintain social distancing inside the arena the court to rule that the to local residents of Tulsa who asked that the thousands at the rally be required to take precautions did not establish that they had a clear legal right to the relief that they sought I guess that would fall under the category of of standing meanwhile the mayor of Tulsa has rescinded a day old curfew which was put in place ahead of the Saturday night rally so is that the is our prologue let us talk now with the doctor Steve Hochi a position a radio host and best selling author to join us tonight there with his thoughts about the rally doctor hopes you thank you for being with us Jim Brady B. R. greetings from Houston Texas to you and your listeners much appreciated Sir all right let's just get an overview first of all is this rally a good idea or a bad idea well for Donald Trump I think it's a wonderful idea because they have use this coronavirus such there from the get go one of the reasons that we're gonna have all the social distancing in math they didn't work truck David morality would have these huge rally in every state they were have the democratic primary and I couldn't stand it so they had to come up with a scheme to keep people may have a rally she finally saw what they were doing when they had all their rallies over the last two to three weeks in support of of the situation that it occurred and it was sold to publishers a critic it's always fun the public health officials say will white to a superiority our white privilege is more dangerous than the cobra bars so you can protest you don't have to worry about social distancing really come on guys it's so obvious Hey Jim let me just tell you from my perspective I been in medicine forty four years I'm sixty nine years old I have a user health and wellness practice in Houston Texas with fifty five on staff we do natural approaches to help him win the coronavirus situation came up the first thing I thought about this is in January of this year first time I hear about it there's all almost all my desk is a Wall Street journal saying that two hundred people and shot from page two hundred people in China have a coronavirus inquiry of diet and I said to my personal assistant I said that's strange because in fact there was just one page article of more page article about all the problems with this coronavirus exit somebody's up to something if they have already had this thing mapped out I'll be good to go there to make this into something of course they did which I think was I called it the plant gimmick it is Greg again let me tell you what do you believe this or not it's the greatest fraud ever perpetrated upon the American public and most people bought it bait hook line and what what what do you like particular fraud are we talking about obviously it is contagious and people do die I mean are you speaking of the of the notion of the shut down I'm just curious about what part of the fraud early the presence of the virus itself is not a fraud sure it brought to think it's like to be bionic leg of the two worst thing that's ever happened we we do we have every year fifty to seventy thousand people died of the flu every year in America and nobody closes down any schools nobody shuts down churches nobody makes you quarantine where mass this is all out of here to control the sheep in the country get I'm scared to death real rational clear man panic so that they would give up their civil constitutional rights that's what it's all about to socialize the country that's what it's about yeah there's a buyer get the mature I'm in I'm in forty four years in medicine I need emergency medicine I was I was in the emergency room full of people with Byram noble your back your old ammonia viral meningitis bacterial meningitis viral bacterial dysentery staph infections strep infection I never wore a mask one day I had eight kids okay mom I never quarantine nobody got anything one but all of a sudden so bad if you look at the statistics it's not near as bad as it is in a hyper inflated you know well about this game all the money they could look at New York compared to Texas there for death rates fifty times what correct this statistically that's an impossibility well not necessarily if in fact people are if this as good is as contagious as we are told it is of course in the in New York you have a lot of people who are crammed into the subway cars and the like a clearly the more urban the environment I can easily see where you would have a greater problem Sir fifty terms cobalt GM everybody knows what they did up there they they stacked the records Democrats states if you look at the Democrat compared to the Republican state they have a come to death right why would they why would the boat all of a sudden attack the Democrats still be understand that we're in but I I think that it probably has not attacked people on a partisan basis but we'll see what had its major impact principally on concentrations of population.

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Clueless in a personal account of what things are like. On the ground, so we don't have to rely on news media to give us any kind of information. We've got somebody there. He's a listener of the show, so he's heard all the conversations that. We've had about covid nineteen and the insane crackdowns that we've seen mark. You pulled up the numbers from new. Hampshire which is where we are, and even though there are fewer about ninth or an eighth of the number of population in New Hampshire as compared to Belarus similar number of of deaths, so from from the Covet and Belarus has had no crackdown. Belarus had no lockdown. Belarus did not force businesses to close and New Hampshire did all of those things. In fact, New Hampshire hasn't even fully reopened yet. They're still some businesses that are not yet allowed to be open or other business owners who've decided they don't want open yet. Even though they could partially reopen, they'd rather wait until they can fully reopen and be full on and be able to take their customers as they used to, so let me go on here with an Tom's Cleo. That beer. Is that thirsty percent? Of People with your morning. Have Covid nineteen? Medical workers who work with it patients. Are paid more generally. Their paycheck is about four hundred dollars. But now they have bonuses and may get up to. Sixteen hundred dollars as a bonus. Eve they. Treat. Going nineteen patients, so we're seeing similar incentives here in the United States. Where we've heard that hospitals, doctors and such can get bonus money in some way, if whether it's directly to their paycheck as he was saying, it is in Belarus, or whether it's to the hospital itself or whatever there's government money coming in to incentivize them to find covid patients, which of course incentivizes falsification of numbers. Lying about who died from covid when they may not have right the famous one here at this point, there's a few excellent cases. Is the George. Floyd the man that was killed in Minnesota recent Linux police side. The police had covert. Covert antibodies or something like that now I just wanted to know was George. Floyd counted as a Cova death. Because I don't think it was covert. I think it was that need. Question and secondly there's some dictator in Africa. Who apparently sent like a Papaya Papaya DNA and I think it was tt fly DNA. Some kind of insect insects insect DNA and had them tested, and they came back positive for the corona virus and airy suspicious now. Maybe they've gotTa Corona. Virus maybe viruses live in papayas insects. While they. Tend to be they. They actually do very well with respiratory. Ailments in general due to the not breathing. So let me go on here more from Anti. And it created a situation when ambrose. Ambulance workers hunt for covid nineteen cases. These cases are pretty easy to handle compared to strokes, heart attacks, etc.. And now real. Real professionals with lots of expertise. Get hard cases. Because, they can handle those better than. We workers. And those week. Workers get code nineteen cases and get paid. Get paid more up to four or five times. He's saying that the you know the the experts. The best doctors you know the doctors can do heart repair, or whatever like the high end surgeons, the people that know what they're doing. They've still got these emergency surgeries. They still gotTA. Do you know these are still having heart attacks in Belarus but because? You can get paid more if you find. Cova cases than the the little guys are able to actually rake in some serious bucks because they can handle this. They have the time for it essential especially if they're prohibiting. People from coming into the hospital for elective surgeries or things like that, which happened here for sure? More though than real professionals. Anyway! Me Personally I will seek three or four times during this winter. Each time I had flu like symptoms. Haven't been tested for antibodies. and Won't do that. I don't care. I'm not afraid of Code Nineteen on the same way about that. Not only that I wouldn't want to get on one of these lists. They've got these so-called contact tracers. Now you've you pop in as one of these copay people on their database now they're going to be up your, but where you go, and who you talk to, and so on and so forth, and that's doesn't sound particularly enticing I'm curious about the other direction. So what if you WANNA travel internationally? It's probable that at some point in the relatively near future. I'm thinking weeks or months here. Then? You can even travel internationally right now. You're talking yeah. So. That we in weeks or months that there will be some kind of internationally agreed upon to. Test Immunity Horse Certificate thing that you may have to have in order to come into the country. Now consider that there isn't one for a viral meningitis There isn't one four. You know the flu aids. AIDS you pick the virus as scary as it might be, and there's some scary ones out there. Probably the most scary one is rabies and they do. In fact, have requirements for animals and travel surround do rates so rabies is a terrible terrible disease. Now they're going to be treating people like dogs basically on the international flights. That's a scary concept mark. I hope you're wrong, but I think you're probably right about the direction. That's going to go and. To me, the Best I can tell covid nineteen is not impressive now on the scale of viruses, and again I am not even particularly deadly compared to well..

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"And one do that I don't care and I'm not afraid of code nineteen I'm the same way about that not only that I wouldn't want to get on one of these lists they've got the so called contact tracers now you've you pop in as one of these Kopet people on in their database now they're gonna be up your **** about where you go and who you talk to and so on and so forth and that stuff doesn't sound particularly enticing I'm curious about the other direction so what if you want to travel internationally it's probable that at some point in the relatively near future I'm thinking weeks or months here then you can you even travel internationally right now if you're talking about so it did we in weeks or months that there will be some kind of internationally agreed upon telling Ming test immunity **** certificate thing that you may have to have in order to come into the country now consider that there isn't one for viral meningitis mmhm there isn't one for her you know the flu aids aids at the you pick the virus right it's scary as it might be in there some scary ones out there probably the most scary one is rabies and they do in fact have requirements for animals and travels around they do so rabies is a terrible terrible disease and now they're gonna be treating people like dogs basically while on international flights that's a scary concept mark I hope you're wrong but I think you're probably right about the direction it's going to go and it's a to me the best I can tell covert nineteen is not impressive now on the scale of viruses and again I am not even particularly deadly compared to well that's what he thinks is not particularly impressive it's not worth the the big change that we've seen yeah and at the so what we're seeing people who want this don't travel internationally I can assure you they don't want they don't deal with this very much the people who want the regulations yeah I searched and so more here from on time and I know about code nineteen hello there aren't from YouTube videos of Dr Ericsson Dr Russian Petar doctor she will he he had a wry I guess and doctor should retire showed on he's reduce that there are several patents on Khalid viruses some of them were granted I think in November nineteenth prior to the war on the break no I don't I heard this before if you guys heard about the patents on the virus I've heard about them now it it seems usually leads into some kind of wild conspiracy theory of Venice well he said it came from some kind of doctor apparently on but I don't know what that means there are there are there are crazy doctor are indeed to admit there's Cradock as are also seen conspiracy theories so there's no telling there's no telling I I wouldn't propose to know I don't dig into this stuff it's not my job I comment on the news as the news is proof presented and it is horrifying enough I don't need to dig even I don't even need to scratch the surface of a news story in order to find a terrifying things there they lay there in plain sight indeed one of the buttons below next to a university based in England which gives grants from bill and Melinda gates foundation I can tell you more because I couldn't find this video on YouTube anymore maybe it was deleted he we've seen that happening you too taking down videos of anybody that's critical of the official government line on could nineteen and the thing is that the kind of thing that makes crazy theories plausible sure sure yeah right and this is right this is the problem is is when you try to shut people up that they begin to believe the story even more so I mean there's something to this right there's Facebook a is of type here's a headline right now Facebook takes down trump pads for violating our policy against organized takes all right so during a presidential election year ads from the president of the United States of America has been taken down by a social media base to the United States our toll free number if you wanna comment eight fifty five for reach back to the nineteen thirties master plumber Robert Butler.

"viral meningitis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"From Belarus sees clueless in a personal account of what things are like. On the ground, so we don't have to rely on news media to give us any kind of information. We've got somebody there. He's a listener of the show, so he's heard all the conversations that. We've had about covid nineteen and the insane crackdowns that we've seen mark. You pulled up the numbers from New Hampshire, which is where we are, and even though there are fewer about a ninth or an eighth of the number of population in New Hampshire as compared to Belarus similar number of of deaths, so from from Covet and Belarus's had no crackdown. Belarus had no lockdown. Belarus did not forced businesses to close and new. Hampshire did all of those things. In fact, New Hampshire hasn't even fully reopened yet. They're still some businesses that are not yet allowed to be open or other business owners who've decided they don't want to open yet. Even though they could partially reopen, they'd rather wait until they can fully reopen and be full on and be able to take their customers as they used to. Let me go on here with Antonio. That beers that thirty percent. Of People with your morning have been nineteen. Medical workers who work with it patients. Are paid more generally. Their paycheck is about for hundred dollars, but now they have bonuses and may get up to. Sixteen hundred dollars. Bonus. Eve they. Treat. Going nineteen patients, so we're seeing similar incentives here in the United States where we've heard that hospitals, doctors and such can get bonus money in some way, if whether it's directly to their paycheck as he was saying, it is in Belarus or whether it's to the hospital itself or whatever there's you know, government money coming in to incentivize them to find covid patients, which of course incentivizes falsification of numbers. Lying about who died from COVID, when they may not have right the famous one here at this point, there's a few excellent cases. The George Floyd the band that was killed in Minnesota recent line of police by the police had covert. Had Kobe, antibodies, or something like that now I just wanted to know was George. Floyd counted as a Cova death because I. Don't think it was covert. I think it was that need question, and secondly there's some dictator in Africa who apparently sent like a Papaya Papaya. DNA AND I think it was tt fly DNA. Some kind of insecticide insect DNA and had them tested, and they came back positive for the corona virus and airy suspicious. Now maybe they've got corona virus. Maybe Corona viruses live in Papayas an insects. Well they. Tend to be they. They actually do very well with respiratory. Ailments in general due to the not breathing. So let me go on here more from Anti. And wanted a situation when ambrose. Ambulance workers hunt for covid nineteen cases. These cases are pretty easy to handle compared to strokes, heart attacks, etc.. And now real. Real professionals. With lots of expertise get heart cases. Because they can handle those better than. We could workers. And those week. Workers get called nineteen cases and get paid. Get more up to four or five times. So He's saying that the you know the the experts. The best doctors you know the doctors can do heart repair, or whatever right I like the the high end surgeons the people that know what they're doing. They've still got to do these emergency surgeries. They still gotTA. Do you know these are still having heart attacks in Belarus but because. You can get paid more if you find Cova cases than the the little guys are able to actually rake in some serious bucks because they can handle this, they have the time for it essential especially if they're prohibiting people from coming into the hospital for elective surgeries or things like that, which happened here for sure. Wore the. Real professionals. Anyway. Me Personally I was seek three or four times. During this winter. Each time. I had flu like symptoms. Haven't been tested for antibodies. and Won't do that. I don't care and I'm not afraid of cord nineteen on the same way about that, not only that I wouldn't wanNA. Get on one of these lists. They've got these so called contact tracers. Now you've you pop in as one of these copay people on their database. Now they're going to be up your, but about where you go, and who you talk to, and so on and so forth then that's doesn't sound particularly enticing. I'm curious about the other direction. So what if you WANNA travel internationally? It's probable that at some point in the relatively near future. I'm thinking weeks or months here. Then you can you even travel internationally right now? You're talking. So. That, we in weeks or months that there will be some kind of internationally agreed upon to test immunity poor certificate thing that you may have to have in order to come into the country now consider that there isn't one for viral meningitis There isn't one four. Over the flu AIDS AIDS at the U pick the virus scary as it might be, and there's some scary ones out there. Probably the most scary one is rabies and they do in fact have requirements for animals and travel around to rate. Rabies is a terrible terrible disease. Now they're going to be treating people like dogs basically on the international flights. That's a scary concept mark. I hope you're wrong, but I think you're probably right about the direction that's going to go, and it's to me the best I can tell. covid nineteen is not impressive now on the scale of viruses and again I am not even particularly deadly compared.

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Think I'm not I'm concerned about the medical community losing credibility if they continue to say that we need to L. L. lock down that you know nope not essential business should function and not Taylor that recommendation to an area or recognize that we've got I just chunked a ton of resources that are being used to you know stop somebody from planting a seed in their yard or walking on the beach and move those resources to nursing homes to guard them and protect them like a fortress and stop this crazy policy of sending code nineteen patients there or not having protocols and not testing staff me tech staff in nursing home should be tested twice a week as well as the residents there you know Gandhi once said that a true society is best measured by how it takes care of its most vulnerable and we miss this thing a nursing homes like you said it ended up being half of the deaths in New Jersey in a third nation wide or more so let's talk for a second about the the question of schools there's been some widespread concern over over re opening schools the the the doctor found she suggested that September we might not be able to reopen schools have said president trump is a lot more sanguine about possibility of re opening schools and they're been several studies have been done abroad this suggests that kids are not only not really getting this and at high rates but that they are really not transmitting and hi res there been up there is a study from Iceland suggested that they couldn't find a single case of child transmitting this to an adult there's another city of Linz in Austria that suggested something like two transmissions in fifteen schools from child to adult actually pretty rare what do you make of the evidence when it comes to schools and and whether schools should reopen and also what what do make of the idea that we're gonna be reopening schools only when their social distancing which seems to me like I have I have a six year old and a four year old you cannot socially distanced insurance and four year olds that is not a physical possibility right exactly well those studies you mentioned are interesting I think we should take note of it I think that on the flip side most corona viruses and most viruses in general do spread among children and but we got a look at the overall data right the more to the the case fatality rate in kids approaches that of viral meningitis for the regular seasonal flu and kids so the idea that we have to you know take extreme measures in society to save one life the which is a child's life sounds attractive in in fact you and I and everybody agree with that the problem is that if those measures are so extreme that they are costing many other lives far more than the lives that were saving it ends up being a pyrrhic victory and so I think we've got to just be a little smart but we've got a total do over with this virus we're going to go into the months of September and October and this thing could hopefully won't maybe it'll be a miracle but it is projected to come back potentially confounded by influenza which we could have a mild medium or severe influenza year next season we don't know and we're gonna be going into this with not just a third of the cold season which is what we had this wave right all of the corona virus stuff we've gone through has been with only one third of our cold season imagine we've got an entire cold season so there is risk and and I'm not saying it's a fate that word that pen to it's something that we can change with hygiene and distancing we will have that infrastructure set up for testing which is as you said more helpful in the early stages of a pandemic rather than the middle and later stages so we'll be going into this thing in the fall with the big toolbox but I think in that during this time we just need to think about what is the rest in your particular area and if that risk is manageable we take the appropriate precautions you know some places can be go full steam ahead other schools you know I might suggest they re open but maybe hold off on the big field trips but they don't need to take this particular year restaurants and retail go ahead and open maybe they can use more their outdoor space than they normally would maybe if the viral burden in their communities high maybe they use some distancing limit the number of folks have nine a touchless transactions and use more of that outdoor space maybe stadiums tell people at risk to hold off for now for this particular season if the viral burden is that high at the time of those games so I think we can be out there and be active with some limitations without shutting down our entire my lifestyle and and the and country transaction my MCAT health policy adviser to president from the check out his op ed this week in The New York Times check out his book as well the price we pay what broke American health care how to fix a document appreciate your time great to be with the band already coming up we're gonna be talking about the ACLU which no understand personal rights and civil liberties justanswer have 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"viral meningitis" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

15:26 min | 1 year ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on Pressure Points

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At least was there so I had a big stack of of card stock that I was Working with now look just jogging it together to get it all lined up and grabbed the sides east side like this and hit it down on the table coke and my hands slid down side and I opened my hands and like fish gills. I had two hundred fifty seven all the way up my hands. Both of them entirely cut by thick card saw. And that's when you became spiderman. Exactly I had to work. The love worked for the next week is in higher. Both hands still couldn't even try to white by insights. I just quit. Where's the tallest building so I can jump off my whole insights just wit small someone paper? Cut My office planning. Yes awful. Ky-ko's I would to a multicultural fair across the street there to get dinner once because it was blocked up not ended up with viral meningitis. Yes someone had on their hands. My House it's a multi colored shirt which cultures that room. I had novel talk. I'd play with the Utah Invention Navajo Taco or like a real one. I Dunno I granted beans. It's the first time in the last time I've ever had one of those backless i. It's the only thing I eat there but it could have been anywhere. Could touch my face or whatever. It has oral fecal as they go. We have a secret ingredient. Thank wink wink. Just just call into work. Early tomorrow was delirious. Next that was that was when you gotta spinal tap right. I did als a did it at the hospital where I work at now. Actually and he watched it he. He jammed it in there. And my leg. Buell kicked a whole bowl of iodine and my wife was looking away right and yet so here's this clank and of the spill in looks and just for a quick second. Pop was all blood. Kin shoop she was about to pass out. No No. It wasn't here so that other doctor we did and got it. And that's one of the only parts I remember I do remember. They said we want to keep you overnight at least for observation and I was like. It's okay I'll go out of my mind. I should not have been making that decision because then I had to have one arm over. My wife went over. Who the hell knows carried to my car. You just just imagine you know. I thought I'll get out of here by myself keys keys scalpels exactly out of my mind and as like okay. He said he wanted to go get him. Outta here. And so I went home and didn't know what the hell happened for three days and it was the sickest I've ever been the worst but yeah made it through survived or we don't survive it and now your air. You Have Pete. I had this dumb little microphone. We'll get a real ones soon. True you probably okay. Yeah I'll come back. We'll do this again. We'll be prepared knowing all right. You said you had some props for me What about Lynn was that another crew? That was like your rifles. Yeah Yeah so we were on the good crew. We got paid more. We got better hours. You got access to the kitchen access to the kitchen. Vanina vans and all the other stuff and then there was the other proved that clean toilets for like all the floors. We had access to the top floor to the balconies out there. So add is great views. We'd go up there all the time stinking around on these guys are just scrubbing. Scrubbing toilets in there. Just like I hate those guys. So what are the Times There was a glass partition and they were having their little break in some part of the cafeteria. That's locked off from everybody else and one of our buddies. He's the only one who could who could do this. 'cause he he was our resident. Druggy smoker. He he just took a bunch of matches. We rolled a joint. A fake joint. Right looked like a cigarette. Kinda thing and He lit some matches and just inhale that smoke walked over. Like a root true Marlboro Man. Put his leg back on. The Wall back proposed this on this fake cigarette. Emplo smokeout and the looks on their faces. We could hear you could see him pointing like he's smoking smoking. And these are all bunch of warrants right so we were gonNA say teenagers and so and then he just sires up. There knocks yeah. They're totally they all told on and our boss was like guys seriously. Do Think Mike Cruz. Actually smoking in front of you. Don't be ridiculous. Go back to your job defeated. He has the best day ever think span covering up. Great how we're just dump stuff like that. How Jeez I can't even think there are so many stories you have anymore and yet remember about that. That warmer kind of like a refrigerator sized yeah warmer and went down. I am it was seriously. Refrigerator-sized like warmers. We could take food from the kitchen to the buffets that they do and stuff like that. We had just parked in a stairwell and the top of the stairs top of the stairs. We kinda gave it a little notch. Gave it a little notch thing messing around with it to see the just drop over the edge and we ran the biggest boom. I've ever heard of high life. As this one hundred outing goes down the stairs who Goo Goo Goo and much. Later we went looked at there was a hole in the wall of his size of a human man. This is stuck in a wall along with him and they got hit by some. Hey man he's stuck in the wall man human sized hole that is a human outline even know we never send anything? We played dumb. Who Will it's whoever? Let it at the top of the stairs gallbladder you put in that in the stairway for you dumbs because eventually it's going to happen. It's it's dangerous. You're stupid not so. We realized the security guard didn't have any authority that was the best day ever spineless guys absolutely sheet ties badge and they got beat down by their wives and and so we were up on the upper floor. Big Views of the city. Beautiful places his. There's like a clear crystal piano up their own. God yeah the see through piano last and something really amazing. Made of diamonds probably. Yeah Yeah exactly. Ashworth's time yeah. That's how they're keeping their language. We cracked the Davinci Code. It wasn't in a safe at all. Good Steal Pune so we were dinking. Around with some microphones up there and you know beat box in rapid shit of and demand that you guys are like your rapping. Somebody goes who should you guys said that Nelson where he is a J. A. C. K. asset allocation did. That wants to church on accident when I was a kid. A kid is a j. a. c. k. backwards idea. Jack Jack is says so damage so yeah we were on the top floor. We were big box in something as I think. One of the really high was in his office up around that area. This they called security security came up and boy. We were Dick's speaking of Dixie. When the guy was trying to give us a hard time. Ray what could happen to you and we just called his blocked. Like what are you going to arrest us? You have rent. You have the ability to rest. This was never predict anybody. Tell US started this job and look at us now and look at us now. I know he one of my buddy said what. Are you going to arrest us here? And you hold his arms out huff me. I'm not gonNA cuffy. He didn't have cuffs. Didn't even have a stick to beat anybody. I'm going to write your name down. And he said My Name D. I C. K. Here spell for you D I C K and Eddie starts rate. That's not funny. You guys get out of here. We'll get out of here when we want to. And he was he was like oh. I used to be kid. Do I used to mess around? And it's not that big of a deal but blah blah blah. He felt like a tool to go home. These kids now now see later Dick. Wonderful Great cop-out episode. If I can seek lots of things have happened in my life that you can never think about it when I really like telling a Joe. I can never remember a good joke from somebody mentioned. I S I R. I know it's driving me. Nuts rent pirates fun wheel on your pants stuff. Do cop out sounds more often. Yeah give give me a little heads up some good stuff happen. I do want to point out that this stuff happened in the past and he has rejected people so that makes it dark. We're on theme. This entire episode is on theme dark history. Shit that's what we cover and it's been long enough the statute of limitations has got. This is all alleged alleged. Real name suckers. Yeah come after. Googling sweet tea is see the Kings. Yeah Google Sweet. Tea Gager your. We're going to change your name to sweet Dick now. I J I love it. Moved here old man worth it will have to put something together and get you on here again with all that. Yeah sure we'll get something I might even research something and just have something to bring some five. I'm crazy comes up at work like the chicken nuggets situation. I will definitely bring it to you guys. I know gold right now. It's all covert all covert all day. My Unit was turned into the covert unit itself. That's all have been dealing with for weeks now. And who knows how long it's GonNa last probably at least another six months. I'll wait till you're stupid. I was GONNA say we're GONNA another whole season by your toilet paper now. God Damn but I can't get a role to save my life still. I bought all of it and I've been training it for okay. Got Some stuff to trade. That traded for paper masks gloves and knows. Let's now I'm trading up. I have a bunch of medical supplies now and I can trade up for cars and then after that it'd be able to trade for the presidency. I've got some wounds on some old lutes fire and stuff man. All right yeah. That's it for this week. As like favors scribble yeah so ideas finest instagram and the tweet hair which I mean. We've been really Shitty. Alcyone both the tweety pretty much all of which is really busy were yeah definitely. Essential workers in here said well. 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"viral meningitis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Decides attacks to use necessary my vehicle information my current location my destination riders will also be able to make safety reports in the apps something that's non emergency but the ruber should know about. I like stone EBC there's a letter or letters have been sent to Lebanon city school parents with a confirmed case of aseptic meningitis commonly called viral meningitis at the high school live in a city schools in a letter to parents is asking them to remind their children to use proper hygiene and not your eating utensils and cups with other students the virus which causes inflammation of the covering the brain and spinal cord give the pastor saliva and other bodily fluids and is common in young children symptoms include headache fever loss of appetite stomach pain nausea vomiting and a stiff neck if parents the symptoms they should contact their doctor or the Warren County health department I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. Kentucky's AG's office awarded a one point four million dollar federal grant to further investigate and prosecute sexual assault cold cases Attorney General anti bush year to date are cold case unit and prosecutors around the state have a combined ten statewide indictments link to the safe kit backlog grant money will go towards expanding the cold case unit by providing additional resources and personnel what a day yesterday at G. A. B. P. the red state loss to Milwaukee five three be bought it was the last radio broadcast for the hall of Famer Marty Brennaman I don't feel like I have I.

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

12:52 min | 2 years ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"We agreed doctor during his fomer to speak to deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood regarding her typhus her running with typhus, which is horribly illness. Bought me, our we're going to hear about Earth Day and free public transportation, Los Angeles Ross gonna talk to Mike Gomez. Let's see what this is here liens, give me something from it. Yeah. But yeah. So it'll be interesting to talk about hear her side of it. We saw her interview on TV. But I, you know, I'm just curious to see how they because I think there's been some questions about how they treated her about how I think she wasn't. I don't know if she was fired. And then they let her back in, you know, there's so many questions I have and just become treatment of her. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then not believing and all this stuff. So through the deputy city attorney lives green. We're Liz welcome to the program. Thank you very much. I tell you what an honor it is to talk to you. What is our privilege and following the story. Yeah. I've seen a lot of typhus in my days of practicing medicine because their practice in Pasadena typhus is is endemic right by own son got it. And when I saw the rat explosion, Los Angeles. I immediately started ringing the alarm bells that that's going to be a major type is operate. And last summer was a small version of what we're going to see this summer, and you unfortunately, one of the victims. Yes. As a matter of fact, when I was because initially I came down it presented in me as meningitis. And when I was finally diagnosed on the twenty seventh of November. My mom was was looking things up on the internet, and she came across your YouTube videos, God too much and talking about typhus talking about and talking about how the the it was only going to get worse in the city until the city administration. Tackled. The problem of yes. Which primarily means getting rid of the encampments rank. That's the only way it's going to go away with at least the trash and the feces run the cameras because as long as there's concentrated humans and concentrate, a trash, there are massive rep looms, right? And what are they doing? What are they? What are they doing about? It. They according to what they're telling everybody. I don't actually know what they're doing Cutty. It's not a problem. They send me an Email after Email telling me there are no homeless folks around city hall and city hall. What are you talking about? We see. On the front of the brush around the city hall is vibrating with rats. What are they talking about? I I don't know what they're talking about. Every time. I've driven by there. I stop and take pictures. So I have pictures of encampments, and I send them, and I say this is what I'm talking about. They send them to our HR departments. And they send me a picture of a planter in say, see, no homeless people. Oh my God. Oh, it's it's very it's like some really intense denial. But it, but it's weird denial. It's like it doesn't fit their sense of the world. Therefore, it's not happening. Right. So now when the roads were being cleaned up. And they said, oh, oh, maybe we do have some fleas wasn't that done in city hall and not even city hall east where you worked do they leave the carpets and everything down where you had contacted the are contracted typhus when herb Wesson when when the story broke when my story broke at on. I think it was the thirty first of January per west and came forward and said that right around the time that I became infected his staff members are rats and had fleas jumping on them. And that's why he pulled up the carpet. Now that was in city hall, which is across the street from city hall east, but they're joined by a bridge. It's and hope lesson has called me and expressed his condolences, and and told me that he would do whatever he could help me the when I went back to the office on Friday because I finally got released to return to work when I went back to the office. It looked exactly the same. The carpet hadn't been cleaned the building hadn't been cleaned. There were still homeless folks out in front of the building not as many, but they were still there. And I went upstairs and tried to work but in order for civilization, and I used that word with intention in order for humans to concentrate in these circumstances, we call cities that are civilized. We've known for eight hundred years that you have to control the rodents and the vectors and have sanitation. What have sanitation? What is it about our city that they've decided the basic needs of civilization are no longer warranted? It. It makes absolutely no sense to me and has not since I found out what it was since. I got diagnosed that the this is exactly the opposite. They the city attorney's office has consistently done. Exactly. The opposite of what I would have done. If this case had landed on my desk. In my first thought is you've got to protect the other the other employees in the Bill, of course, that comes into the building just to do business with and in the city of LA every day. But that the admitting they have a problem. Except if you have people if you have to county health department saying there's a typhus outbreak downtown around where the offices in one of your employees gets the disease. I'm not sure how you can deny that you have. What I wrote letters to the the various departments. What I got back was. It's a mild illness still make so much of it think about that. Can you imagine I want you to describe what it's like to have this disease? And by the way, it kills people. No problem. I was fairly certain that. I was not unconvinced that I wasn't going to die. I realized I said that poorly. I'm sorry. I I was fairly. It wouldn't have surprised me. If I died. That's how sick I was wh-. What did it feel like what did you go through? What were the symptoms? I I woke up with a headache on Thursday morning November. I and I had family in town from New York and the headache got progressively worse and worse and worse so much. So this this particular group of family members, we never we get together. Maybe once every three years, so I would move heaven and earth to go to this dinner. I couldn't leave the house. I cancelled when I woke up the next morning. I had one hundred and two fever, and my equilibrium was gone. If I got out of bed. I would either fall on the ground or walk into walls. I couldn't eat everything tasted like metal. Oh, I don't know quite how I knew what metal tastes like. Right. Like metal. Did you get the the hand the soles of the feet and the palms burning? I didn't get that. But I didn't get that. And I didn't get a rash by my son. Couldn't walk his feet hurt so much. He couldn't pain. Bump it's literally and inflammation of the software. This is a vascular is the vessels in the periphery caused by the time you went to the doctor, and they thought initially you had meningitis. But then you did get diagnosed for sure with typhus. Yes. When I woke up on Monday. So did your son. Forgive me. Visit did he have police nations? I had hallucination you're sound. You're you get a cerebrovascular something you were sort of heading towards that. At least you had a minute NGO, vascular Edison. And it's you know, when it's central nervous system illness. It's more severe it was it was terrifying. And I woke up it also it really diminished. My my thinking ability horse. I woke up on Monday. And when when people talk about meningitis, they say, oh, worst headache you've ever had. Yeah. Really? Yeah. Back. It's not just a stiff neck. It's you physically. It's like your muscles have seized. Yeah. Painful, and so I woke up like that. And it took me a few hours to realize, oh, fever headache, ever stiff neck, this is really bad. So I went to the doctor. He diagnosed me with viral meningitis the city had cut off my health insurance. So how do they do that? They I ran out of sick time. And they they are not an employee. I'm an employee. It's but they can cut off your leg. I I guess I don't understand how the city works. They can cut off your insurance Mike when you run out of of sick time. They don't pay you, and they cut off your benefit. Oh my gosh. So I dealt with even though you got sick at work. Even if you're sick at work. Show. But I didn't know at this point. I just thought I had meningitis no typhus yet and caused by fleas at work. That's what I'm saying. You got sick at work caused by something from work. Right. So I went to I went to I called my doctor. He said go immediately to the emergency department. I wanted to be seen by someone. I so I went to a physician he diagnosed me with viral meningitis and sends me home with a steroid that should calm down my Menendez and doxycycline it's the right medicine for typhus to seventy the right one is an antibiotic. So I started getting a little bit better every day. I assumed it was steroids because steroids always make you feel better by a true. I went to my GP the next day. And he said as long as you're feeling better. Don't go to the emergency department gave me a very stern lecture about putting my life at risk by going to the physician instead of going to be. But said just to keep in touch with him every day, and as long as I progressed in getting better that I didn't need to go to the hospital. Yeah. So he gave me three more days of the steroid. And I finished the steroid and finish the dock cycling and was your son exhausted. Oh my God. He was he was he was in fifth grade at the time, and it was just it was ten days of hell. Yeah. I, but I knew I went to the PO Tricia said this is typhus. I know it I could see the ration his pom. That's that's what this is. I'm sure of low behold terrible. So I just assumed it was meningitis, which is what the doctor assumed. And I was at home on November twentieth. It was two days before thanksgiving and try and figure out how you got sick, especially when you're at home stuck in bed. And I remembered that the mayor when the county had had issued the the announcement about the typhus epidemic. In downtown. The mayor had sent around an Email. And so I, you know, Google typhus, and it had so many of the same symptoms, including meningitis that I called my doctor who God love me. Your God love him had was humoring me at this point told him. You know, this many people have gotten typhus around my office, and he said come on in and get a blood test. Then called me a week later and set an all of his years of practice. He'd never had a patient tests positive for this. But I did I have because I he he does he was at Pedro where you are. Yeah. That's where it's rare in the past. It's not it's rare. But it's unusual this out rare. And so I've seen many many cases, and we're going to see it a lot all throughout the southern California area this summer, and my grave fear is the the typhus is not the only rat born flea-born illness. That's coming our way. They're more serious things. That happens when civilizations breakdown not the least of which is. A term most people know it's called bubonic plague. That's what comes up when when these things break down. And why they think that's not gonna happen..

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"I agree with you, even when you know, they're and I feel the same way about seasons that don't end up the way you'd hope because there's been enough cub seasons where they're mathematically eliminated by June. Where I'm like, listen, it was a fun ride. They kept us interested in excited and in it for the entire season that first round exit doesn't hurt as much that kind of thing. I tend to try to be more positive because when you've got like the bulls right now where there's no reason to watch joke of a team, then then you start to. Appreciate the teams that gives you good ride for the whole season. Oh, less they Ziya Williamson. And then, you know, but it's all worth it. Let's talk about the bulls. We mentioned this earlier, but teams are firing coaches that give them their best record in fifteen years or firing coaches that everybody said he didn't seem like he was the guy for the job. Anyway, meanwhile, the bulls and John Paxson gar Forman. Who are definitely possessing? Some kind of dirt on bowls ownership because those guys do not continue to get re upped over and over and over and over and over again without proven themselves one iota unless they've got some sort of dirt on bulls ownership, but those two guys continue to inexplicably promise things that are unnecessary to promise. Give out extensions that are not yet required. And basically torched the hopes in sync dreams of anybody who wants to root for that team again. And they did it again today by essentially saying we're finalizing and almost certainly going to extend Jim Boylan. Years in our reaction to that was this. Yeah. Have you have you like me given up on the idea that this team will be anything until that front office changes? No, I think this team will be exactly what it is dinner theatre for people in this city who want to win a Big Mac, if they score one hundred points and more asking the glory of what was go there and be in the building that Jordan did his thing in, but it's a fantastic product to like the in house on the basketball part. That probably isn't. But the in house. House environment. Listen this four three Bill, Sarah. Like, I started covering this team when Jamal Crawford was drafted. We're talking about eighteen years ago, and since then we've had Jamal Crawford. Jay Williams, Kirk Hinrich, we've had Kirk Howard. Ben, Gordon, Liu all dang, we've had a spinal tap. All dang we where they kind of blamed him for for being soft after he got tiny. Yeah. Yeah. My viral meningitis for dude who's dying on a hospital bed. Then when Derrick rose they get the number one pick. They luck into that. They draft aarc rose dare because outstanding. And then they they have problems communicating with their star. After an injury blame everything on him joking. No was was was not very happy at the end of his tenure here. Because of the sideways way, they were talking about him behind his back and then Jimmy Butler comes of age where he is told is okay to usurp the authority of a coach in top. They widow that. He would eventually go play for again in Minnesota. They hire Fred Hoiberg to be something for at Hobart was exactly who Fred Hoiberg has always been throughout his playing and coaching career. And that wasn't good enough. They sank in salted one Vinnie donate grow after yanking his tie like over and over and over and over and over again. The bulls franchise has been mishandled by the same two or three people. And in the end, it really doesn't matter because they've got enough water carriers locally here in the city and nationally the not relevant enough anymore. Anybody to put any is on. So it was a bulls fan. I'm just sitting here treading water hoping that that one day they can draft a Colli Leonard or somebody like that in in the middle of the the lottery and the strike gold. But until then it'll be another rebuild of players that are just good enough to make sure that you don't get the top pick overall. Have you ever heard of a guy named brawl Atkins? Raleigh Raleigh Atkins. You Clearly clearly have. haven't since I don't know his name and he's in. It's a game for this. Listen, I don't wanna dog could play..

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:15 min | 3 years ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"All right. So let's play a little bit back from Liz Greenwood when she was on our show yesterday and an earlier hour, she is a deputy L A city attorney and she works at city hall east in downtown LA, and she got typhus from the fleas and the rats that infested city hall, and she's going public big time because this happened in October, and she's still just recovering. But she's decided I'm going public because there's things they need to do. We'll start with this first clip from her interview about how she all came down with typhus. I got sick on November first which means that I was bitten. Probably two weeks to ten days before that. And I was sick for about two months. The only thing that is left over is that I get bouts of vertigo. So I can't drive because the world spins out, everyone is that going to be permanent. I hope not it was the worst headache I've ever experienced in my life. It started on November first by the by the following which is a Thursday the following day. I woke up in my neck with Steph, and the doctors thought I had viral meningitis. The was it really felt like someone was driving stakes through my is and out the back of my head. But have you retire at work? I have not returned to work. I have the doctor has I can't drive and I live actually over an hour away from work. So they I have I don't outside of Uber. I don't really have a way to get there. And I'm not eager to go back to an office. That has been cleaned up yet. Filling a little more. Does she said they thought she had meningitis viral meningitis? She actually did her own little research and went back to a doctor and said, you don't test me for typhus and bingo came back positive, and she's keeping those test results because they didn't want to believe her and the only way to get rid of this is to get rid of the vagrants and their garbage. Everyone has to be clear on this. It is the garbage the food that the vagrants leave in their tent encampments all around city hall that caused the bacteria to spread the rats. Eat the garbage get the typhus, the fleas beat bite the rats, and then bite people like, Liz. So it's about as disgusting is you can find in the modern world. So now, this clip it's important you listened closely because this is the campaign she's on and we think she's right? And we're trying to help her and listen to the very ending of this. Remember, this is a deputy L A city attorney. So she knows the law. Let's listen thousands of people that work in that building and hundreds of people every day that are doing business with the city going in and out who have no idea of the health risks that they're putting themselves in. They didn't even send out a department wide Email to let them know that one of. Their colleagues have become infected. They literally did they from what the HR person told me they sprayed some please spray in my office. So that I would feel better. Please. There. There's no movement to clear out all the garbage and the food and the rats and the vagrants that are creating this whole mess down below. No, there's bad, and there's no movement to even fumigate the building to get rid of the fleas or the rat. This is my friends and my colleagues and and. Thousands of people that I don't even know who are exposed to that to me allowing a health crisis like this, and this type of health risks to continue without doing anything is borderline criminal. Yeah, we say even more than that. I think it is Colonel by the way, we reached out to her boss. The LA city attorney, Mike sure didn't wanna come on. No comment, you'd think fear would come on and say these are my workers to protect them. I feel horrible that this happened. I'm sorry about this. We're closing the offices for for a week until everything's fumigated. And then the trash hauled away from all around the building area. And yeah. And the vagrants are removed. You've got a radical. You gotta move the vagrants. We're also gonna talk to L A city in LA county health departments to see what they're doing. I mean, she's right people have been exploited, by the way, she pointed this out, and it's good to remind remind me that this is flu season. There could be some people to typhus and didn't know it. And just thought I got the flu because the symptoms are similar, but you have to take that specific medicine to fight it too. I did too Doxa cycling. I think right. I mean, if you have a good system it's possible that you know, you could eventually be okay without taking the medication. But if you don't. This could be terminal in the long run because it's very dangerous. So what we're doing is. We're going to help Liz all we can to get to the bottom of this. And you heard her list of things that should be done warnings posted fumigate the building. Instead, you know, don't just flea spray her office, will you just an isolated incident. We're going to take care of your your crazy fears and just put a little fleet out because they've always had plenty of typhus out in out. Skid row. Yes. We've had a lot of cases of typhus. They had started. It started last fall. And I don't think they've ever radical. All right. When we come back. We will tell you a little bit because there's a few funny things one of the favorites. When we talk about the upcoming state of the union speech is who is the designated survivor, as you know, one member of the cabinet is stowed away in casing major disaster strikes. Everyone is the president is speaking to congress. And it's usually the loser member it's complicated this year. We'll explain why that and more coming up. John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has been authorities.

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"viral meningitis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:31 min | 3 years ago

"viral meningitis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty radio station. John and Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou KFI AM, six forty after four o'clock. Well, the El Chapo trial, which we've been covering for these eleven or twelve weeks. It's been going on is in the hands of the jury. Now, they were home. They did not come up with the verdict. But we got some pretty good stuff because the wife speaks the beauty Queen wife of El Chapo, did do a little talking to the New York Times and little posting on social media. It's really funny. She doesn't care. It is really funny. Typical my husband's not what they're portraying him to be. I can't I can't remember thing to say I'm so blown away by Liz Greenwood who just oh, yeah. Right about the typhus. She's the LA deputy city attorney if you're just joining us, and we just had around for half an hour. She was on channel four the other night. She got bit by bit by a sleaze back in October. And it gave her typhus which there was a outbreak of typhus on skid row among the vagrants. Well, there's vagrants living all along the entryways into city hall and her building is city hall east across the street. And it's because the vagrants have all the garbage in the food and here comes the rats. They're big rats forgot to ask you to describe the size of these rats. But she said on channel four they the details were as big as their bodies are just huge. So the rats then infiltrate the whole property the fleas, then get inside, and they burrow themselves in the carpeting and the offices, and then the fleas bite her and she gets whacked really hard with weeks and weeks of these horrific headaches. They thought she had viral meningitis, which which can be deadly and flames your your blood vessels. You get terrible hundred and two degree favors, and it goes on and on eventually she takes a drug which she was she took the drug before she was even diagnosed with typhus because the doctor had never seen typhus before. And what does she get from the city? Now, this is okay. This is city hall. This is Garcetti's family here. Right. It's his administration. Everybody's working for Garcetti. She complains about what happened and another attorney sends her a letter saying, well, we don't have any proof you have typhus implying that you're making it up. So she got a blood test improved. She had typhus. Well, we have to hear from Cal OSHA, which is the labor agency while she said the test over to Cal OSHA, and nobody else has been warned in her office or anywhere else anywhere else in those two buildings. Nobody. Nobody's addressed it. Mike Fuhrer who's city attorney. I don't understand do they want everyone to die. Fumigated. Any of the offices at all? They haven't cleaned up. Any of the garbage got rid of any of the rats cleared out any of the vagrants down below. And she says it's all there. You know, there's there's human waste all over the place the food. And so that's where the. That's where the toughest bacteria comes from. This is this is city hall. Now, this is the center government, and they don't care that their own employees are catching this disease. Rarely seen disease. Right Aratu, Kate because sanitary conditions got better. You only get this with with disgusting. Unhealthy sanitary conditions. Medieval kind of disease. You get this people dumped their garbage in the streets. When there wasn't a sewage system was it sanitation pickup. I don't understand this and nobody calls Garcetti on this. Nobody and all the drones city hall, all the lemmings nobody nobody barges into somebody's office and says what the hell is going on. There's typhus infested fleas all over the place. There's rats vagrants and their defecating all over the walkway. There's food and there's garbage everywhere. What's going on? Losing it occurred to me? I come. This didn't happen when the occupied people were there because they left enough garbage and feces everywhere that was city all also I I don't know. Obviously, this this kind of San Francisco to get it that was seven years ago when the homeless problem isn't what it is today. We built over the last five years, we all know with prop forty seven passing in two thousand fourteen when things really started to go downhill. This is this is what you get in the Garcetti Jerry Brown. Gavin Newsom era. Yeah. I get filth and diseases seen dope. But he's objecting. Everyone's acting like life is normal. We've been thrown back five hundred years. Well, I mean, what is next the black plague? It's something like that can happen when you had these kind of disgusting sanitary living conditions. The black plague wiped out one third of Europe. And you heard Liz say it. I mean, you look at this. And it seems criminal. Yeah. Nothing's been done. And who knows she made a good point. She said because this is flu season. Some people may mistake the symptoms for just having the flue, and I'll just overcome this way, you know, just take some bedrest. But this could be something more serious typhus. There could be some undiagnosed cases out there. She just went the extra step. And by the way, she thought they told her she'd been in choice, but she did a little research and said, oh, maybe this is maybe only get a typhus test. Why are people still accepting of this? If some like, I said before somebody says something like socially offensive, there's panic in the street, there's all kinds of screaming resigned. But here you've got a deadly disease outbreak from from rats in fleas and garbage in vagrants and nothing. Nasty attorney letters and nobody thinks it's horribly dangerous and absurd that people are working in these conditions. But be warned don't go to city hall or city hall east. Don't go there. You might get bitten and die. What are they give her a can of fleas spray? Yeah. Cleaning up the conditions that led to the type of site. Go that story. We can't help her wanna see how bad it's going to get how bad is it going to get? Like, how horrible the living conditions going to get because there's going to be more cases. I think a lot of people if you worked in or visited that city all east, and you've had some symptoms that include these headaches and don't write off to the flu. They'd get a fleet jump on. Because we get a bunch of cases lists got quite a story. Sleek jump on you and then jump on. Jump on your family. You can take it home fleas borough in you're sick. And you're. Coat. You don't know what you're bringing home to your kids and your house? The hell's going on? When we come back. We'll take a look at kind of a two parter this crisis at the top of the Virginia government starting with the governor. And now another stories come out it's been around a while the Washington Post was looking at it a while back concerning the Lieutenant governor would take over if the governor would resign, but he didn't want to do that. Of course, the governor. I'm talking about is the one in the KKK photo with the black face and all that. And he's denying attempt. It's all coming up. John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has news.

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"Fifty nine in Dana point is fifty three and a Lisa via fifty-six in diamond bar and fifty seven in north Hollywood. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. John and Ken show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM, six forty welcome everybody. Welcome coming up. Yeah. We'll take a look at the chaos that is enveloping the Virginia government beginning with the governor's problems. And now the Lieutenant governor who might take over has his own little scandal the deal with unbelievable stuff bunch. Why does this happen here? Yeah. Dig up old yearbook photos Gavin Newsom, I is this is this the new thing dig into your books like they did the brick cavern. That's right. They did do that. Look at it. What he wrote in people's yearbooks or something? Well, we'll get what was written about him or what he wrote in the yearbook describing his memories. Well. You got to your past is going with you. Things you wrote where your kid forty years ago? Lord. All right. We're talking to talk there with Liz Greenwood deputy city attorney in Los Angeles. She's prosecutor and she got typhus from working at city hall, specifically, she has an office at city hall east, and it's simple. There's a lot of vagrants living nearby. There's a lot of garbage food rats come fleas on the rats, the fleas have typhus, and they bite people. And I guess we'll find out if that's how it worked with Greenwood. But she got typhus, and it's a terrible terrible. Sickness. It's a high fevers excruciating headaches and the people at city hall say well, there isn't any money to fumigate the place. We just hard to believe this all came to light from Joel Grover story on channel four news. Let's get Greenwood on Liz. How are you? I'm doing. Well. Thank you. How are you? Good. Bye. You're well today. Well today. Okay. Is happening in November. I got sick on November first which means that I would bitten probably two weeks to ten days before that. And I was sick for about two months. The only thing that is leftover is that I get bouts of vertigo. So I can't drive because the world spins out, everyone is that going to be permanent. I hope not I hope not I have an appointment with and boxer that specializes in infectious disease on the fourteenth of February describe the conditions at city hall. The I've work on the sixth floor of city hall east, which is the square building across the street. They're joined by a bridge on the third floor. The second floor is cantilevered building. And for the past eighteen months, two years. Maybe there have been homeless folks that are that are living under the cantilevered portion because it's dry and not in the sun. The also the first floor is where the subterranean mall is in for about the same amount of time. There have been homeless folks living down there. The building has both city hall, m city all leaves have had rats on and off for twenty years twenty plus years, and what has really changed has been the trash and raw sewage that have come with the folks that are now living outside and as the rats traipse through that and eat the food. That's in the trash. They trash generates the bacteria that is typhus and then the rats consume it in the rats become carriers and fleas by the rats, and then the rats go into the building and the fleas jump off and people. Wow. So that's how it came your way. That's really disgusting, which you just don't know the day. You were a bit though, do you? I it was around. I a few days into the week of October sixteenth. I didn't realize it at the time. I actually felt aches on my legs. And I think that that was the date that I was bet, but I don't know because. Yeah. You got bit by a flea. Nobody thinks typhus. No were you do you think your desk working we just walking? Well, how do you think that has it in the carpeting the fleas? It's in the carpet. I have an office. I'm a city attorney I park I'm lucky in that. I've been there long. I've been there for almost twenty three years. I get to park in the building. So I don't even I am not one of the unfortunate souls that has walk furthest every the. As many of my colleagues, do so I park in the building the elevator up, and I go to work, and I was bitten by fleas described for us when the symptoms set in what that was like, it's described as excruciating headaches fevers, it was the worst headache I've ever experienced in my life. It started on November first by the by the following which is a Thursday the following day. I woke up in my neck with Steph, and the doctors thought I had viral meningitis. The was it really did feel what I said. I'm Joe Grover is true. It felt like someone was driving stakes by is out. The back of my head was the pain, relentless. It. Absolutely relentless fever came and went it would shoot up to one hundred and to stay there for about a half hour break. And then I would be okay for about a half an hour, cheaper wise. And then it would come back, and it was just a cycle this perpetual cycle. So you got yourself to a doctor, and you were diagnosed I I was diagnosed with meningitis oddly enough. It wasn't until it was the Tuesday before thanksgiving. They gave me forgive me for jumping around. They gave doxycycline at the doctor and steroids, and the ducks cycling was just in case. And I thought that the steroids were making me better because I started getting better the next day. Strictly bitter. I at that on the twentieth of November. I remembered that the mayor had sent around an Email regarding a typhus outbreak downtown and Google typhus and saw that it had exactly the same symptoms. I did including meningitis is a symptom. And I called my doctor and asked if we could get a test, and he tested me for it. And I have the blood tests showing that it happened which will be important in a little bit. But he called me a week later on the twenty seven and told me that in all of his years as a physician, I was first patients he'd ever come across that had ISIS. How does typhus work? Did anyone tell you? Why do you get the the reading headaches, and the fever what what goes on in the body, it inflames, your blood vessels, and it can show up? It can present as it did with me. In a very bad case. And we've me with meningitis need bedridden, basically for two months. Or it can present as something like the flu which is particularly dangerous around this time of year because people turn their heaters on to keep warm like the heater in city hall and city hall east which will bring the heat up to the temperature that that fleas will lay eggs and had perpetuate the problem. If you think you have the flu then you don't get it treated typhus is easily treated with doxycycline. But if you don't get it treated, it will settle into into the into your body, and it can recur, and it can cause long term damage to your your kidneys. I'm not a physician one should absolutely consult their doctor. But but if someone is doing either works in the city hall or city hall east or does business in city hall or city hall east and feel symptoms of the flu. They should go to the doctor and ask the doctor to it's it's a blood drive. They just check a different box, but they should ask the doctor to run a type of stuff, can you? Can you hang on a minute for another couple of questions, we're talking to fascinating and frightening. This is L A deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood who was featured in an NBC four special investigative report by Joel Grover that we played last week about the typhus epidemic. Worsening in LA and Liz contracted typhus. A working at her job in city hall, east apparently, a flea hopped, honor and bitter, and the excruciating symptoms comes from the garbage which comes from the vagrants who are leaving food and garbage. And feces all over the the area in front of city hall and flees now jump off the rats and they've infested the carpeting in the building. And we're gonna talk to Liz more about to see if anybody said changing those conditions now that she's gone public with her typhus cases case, John and Ken show KFI Debra.

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