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"wakefield england" Discussed on American Innovations
"From wondering this is American innovations. I'm Steven Johnson. Anxiety has been a feature of human existence from time immemorial but for much of that time it was treated more like a character defect the medical condition but in the wake of the civil war doctor started seeing hundreds of soldiers who are all suffering from the same sort of problems things like rapid heartbeat insomnia insomnia and obsessive thoughts symptoms of what we would now call post traumatic stress disorder. Increasingly doctors began to recognize anxiety as a medical the problem but they still lacked an effective way to treat it entrepreneurs and pharmacists rush to fill the gap with hills tonics and other elixirs claim to offer cure cure too often however these miracle treatments were secretly laced with opiates and alcohol which created a host of other problems for patients than in the early twentieth century. The first arbiture came on the market for vigilance were initially sold is asleep aid because they depress the central nervous system effectively sedating the patients took them but they were also found to calm nerves. First Time it seemed that doctors had finally discovered a medicine that could help their anxiety ridden patients. They quickly realized that barbiturates were not the holy grail medications they'd hoped for for one. They were addictive and patients quickly built up a tolerance install them but more importantly it was dangerously easy for patients to overdose taking just slightly more medication than the prescribed amount would depress the central nervous system too much and stop patients from breathing orbits were directly involved in the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Judy garland something safer was needed in the nineteen and fifty S. A new class of tranquilliser drugs was developed to help with anxiety. The most famous and successful of them was valium. It became a phenomenon coming up. At one point it was the most prescribed pill in the United States it changed. How Medications are advertised regulated? And how we think about mental health but well valium became the most iconic of the major tranquilizers. The story of that brand actually begins with its predecessor mill town which made the success of Valley the impossible this is episode one mill town matching. It's nineteen forty forty six and in the Public Health Laboratory in Wakefield England two hundred miles north of London doctor. Frank Burger and his wife bows in a trained nurse serving as his assistant are getting ready to test the toxicity. The potential new preservative for penicillin bows and removes a mouse from a cage. Are you ready with the injection Burger. A hulking man with an athletic build but a stooped posture stands by a syringe in his hand. Yes all set. I have I hopes for this. One Penicillin is in short supply following World War Two. It was in high demand during the war. But it's difficult to make and goes bad quickly so the stocks have been depleted Burger and his wife have been working on developing a preservative for years since before Hitler invaded their home. Czechoslovakia may fled to England As refugees they're currently testing compound called MATHIASON which they've modified from a disinfectant. The effect on the mouse is immediate. He ceases ceases all struggling bows in chuckles. As she places him back in his cage lookout for years is all body just went completely limp. Berger whose prepping the next injection turns around and looks at the mouse is sitting calmly unlike his brethren who squeak and paw at the bars of the Cage Burger reaches in gently tugs on the mouse's lake it flops. Back Down completely relaxed. It's not the mouse's relaxed catch his burgers attention though look at his is the following my hand. He's relaxed but he's conscious and alert. The only other times Burger has observed this level of relaxation and mice. They've gone unconscious conscious open a looks at her husband's face. She doesn't like what she sees. I know that look. Don't you dare get distracted. But Berger is distracted did his mind is racing and he starts to pace the floor of the lab but think about what this could mean a drug that calms people but allows them to function. If the toxicity of Venison is lower than barbiturates. We might have discovered a compound that could help get rid of anxiety. I mean that would be a major breakthrough bonus is we don't know that it's less toxic and we need to stay focused on our job. We're looking for preservative for penicillin. Nothing Else Burger noughts rationally. He knows his wife is right but he can't shake. The idea of what medicine can be Burger hates nervousness. He thinks it's a useless emotion. That cutters the mind. He watches perfectly capable people squirm and lose their bearing under the slightest pressure do wants to free them all from their physiology physiology you fantasizes about a radical and how much more productive and innovative people would be without it. This would be a step on the way to enlightenment. Take on his own time. He continues to research the compound and a few months later. He publishes a journal Article on the drug. And it's relaxing properties hospitals. Start to we used to call them patients down before procedures but Berger thinks it has larger potential three years later. He gets a chance to prove it to more more Manhattan's few gentlemen it's nineteen forty-nine New Brunswick New Jersey and burgers sitting across from Henry the president of Carter products a company the best known for laxatives moisturizers and pills remedies that claim to help deliver but are of questionable value Burger in Boza immigrated to the United it states two years ago looking for fresh start burgers now an assistant professor at the University of Rochester because he was born partially deaf. He's found teaching difficult. Plus Bona's pregnant and Burger wants a job that pays better than the university does wait. A short man has been with Carter. Products for twenty years has big. I am vicious for the company especially its new prescription drug arm. He just needs someone to run for him. Hoyt holds up his class. Cheers cheers wait. Places his hands on the table and gets back to business book. I know what we've got now isn't all that impressive. But I I truly believe. There's a real market for new prescription drugs. They aren't just for hospitals anymore. They're name brand products. The war changed all that Americans are familiar with penicillin and cortisone. Now they love the wonder drugs consumers believe in the power of medical research. Now if we can find a pill that reverses aging than patent name IT market it to the world we can make a boatload of money Burger Bites. His tongue puts focus on prophets rankles Burger. He believes that medical care is a birthright earthrights and should be free in his view. A medical researchers job is to find ways to ease suffering not to develop products that make money but he remembers bows in an at at home pregnant with their child so he says nothing and just not quite doesn't notice burgers reticence and carries on with his pitch. You have impressive. History as the researcher and your credentials are top-notch I can just tell by looking at you that you're an ambitious young man so tell me what are your ideas for New Drugs Burger perceives as the opportunity. There's this drug called Venison that I discovered a few years ago so relaxing agent. They're using it at hospitals right now but I think think there ways to improve it right now it has to be given intravenously and it only works for a few hours. I think we could develop a pill form and make it stronger. It could help a lot of people who are struggling with nerves outside of a hospital or institutional setting this time. It's hoyt who bites his tongue interesting. I had been hoping to compete with something. There's already a market for like a new antibiotic antihistamine but wants Burger. So he doesn't shut him down. Well sure once you get the lab up and running at full speed. You could work on your own projects and how about this on top of the twelve grand. A year salary. I'm prepared appeared to offer. I'll also give you one percent of the sales of any product you bring to. Market Burger is so shocked. He swallows wrong joking on his Manhattan. Twelve thousand dollars is more than twice what he's making at the University of Rochester and he hasn't heard any researcher getting a percentage deal like the one height it is offering when his coughing subsides burgers sticks out his hand. You have a deal. The two men shake on it burger and his wife move to New Jersey from upstate. New York a few months later and Burger did as white ask professionalized Carter Products Lab. He hired chemists set up. An animal lab Button equipment and oversaw the research drugs with the exception of any history and most of the world's medicines have been discovered accidentally so setting up and overseeing being allowed to deliberately look for pharmacological solutions to medical problems was Gargantuan task but in between all that he.
"wakefield england" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"We just open to keep the tradition of Massachusetts musicianship Tom the cliff WBZ Boston's news radio we're following some delays on the Green Line this hour the MBTA replacing Green Line D. train service with shuttle buses right now between reservoir in Chestnut Hill because of a track problem they are morning commuters expect moderate delays while they fix that is five thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers are doing with all wheel drive traffic on the three is somewhere on the road this is the worst Michael to the north band ninety three south is backing up very quickly through Wilmington just getting word of a roll over shortly after one twenty nine will get you some more details will when it when they come in this role over just happened moments ago northbound is crawling one twenty eight up to the scene already and behind this we've got delays coming off as it can Bridget through Medford so this might become a mass let's see a one twenty it's doing now them offering insurance copter Seles slowdown in Waltham a crash around winter street is going to help with that a one twenty eight north on southbound is very slow from the two way in Lexington down into that area as well north of the one twenty eight is slowly by read three that you're back in the for the three day pop through Wakefield England feel that finally lets loose by the time you're up around long history but that there is a more delays on the one twenty eight south bound down to the Danvers stretch instead of offering insurance property southbound expressway is crawling out of the tunnel the South Bay you're back in it by Brian to have could be worse nor bounce back to before granted have a pass deposit that approaching the tunnel and three south run the breaks down past one thirty nine again a little back up the Sagamore bridge from earlier problem miking WBZ's traffic on the three Scottish guys tonight little breezy temperatures not going far will stay in the upper forties and low fifties that's pretty much where we are right now cloudy skies tomorrow gusty breeze.
"wakefield england" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Kaufman WBZ Boston sinners radio and seven thirteen traffic and weather together Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is it's brought to you by the Massachusetts state lottery and here's Laurie beautiful sunrise out there and I don't mean to be a nag but I just want to remind you that there are some slippery conditions out there and of course many of the secondary roadways still dealing with some packed snow on the ground so you'll just be aware of that it's your mother speaking lower deck of ninety three is a slow going all the way from Medford into town the Tobin is locked up back into Chelsea lever catch down right that's for the summer is getting slow down the Ted Williams going to hit some delays leaving Logan on the westbound side there he spent his okay to ninety east man is slowing getting past an earlier crash site by Kelly swear in Worcester eastbound pike heavy getting through Framingham to western again one twenty eight to Newton corner let's check in with Kristin I can about free insurance copper sheet over one twenty eight a lorry a lot of times are dealing with a very odd knowing right at one twenty eight especially through the big curves and Wakefield England this morning the south sounds good beautiful so far at a Cape and all the way down to ninety three no backups there is just starting to get a little heavy around forty two twenty five in Lexington but all in all pretty good Kristin offering insurance copter it's about a forty two minute ride down north expressway heading into town route three north bound getting busy eighteen for the split Braintree twenty four north bound is a town of about five miles approaching the merge ninety five north bound you're gonna find that flow from the Dedham street overpass Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three CBT is now available one hundred percent natural one hundred percent money back guarantee effective full spectrum hemp oil rich in CBD visit CBT bio naturals dot com that CBD by natural stock com little bit of sunshine this morning clouds are gonna win out we'll see a little snow fall this afternoon that drive home not gonna be fun this is WBZ.
"wakefield england" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"wakefield england" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Recall thousands of pounds of ready to eat salad is being recalled due to possible salmonella or listeria contamination. The possible contamination was discovered this week. After a corn suppliers said it's corners being recalled over concerns. The recalled salads are sold at WalMart. Seven eleven whole foods. Trader Joe's Mary's harvest and G H foods the salads were sold in numerous states. The USDA says there have been no confirmed reports of reactions from anyone eating the products. So far Matt piper. CBS news. The poultry industry is under the microscope following a multi state Seminoles outbreaks twenty nine states are reporting cases Twenty-one people have ended up in the hospital after eating contaminated chicken products. And the CDC's colon embezzler says, it's not just one supplier fifty eight different facilities. So this seems to be a wider. Problem in the industry. He says they have notified the poultry industry of their investigation. They are not telling consumers to stop eating chicken. But instead to make sure that it is cooked thoroughly to make matters worse. The strain of salmonella in this outbreak appears to be antibiotic resistant Sabrina cupid for CBS news, Atlanta, government, health officials are updating the number of cases of patients left weakened or paralyzed by a rare illness the centers for disease control and prevention is reporting one hundred and twenty seven patients are under investigation for acute flaccid, my lightness or FM sixty two cases of the rare, but serious condition have now been confirmed in twenty two states, this is truly a mystery disease. We actually don't know what's causing this increase in cases, for some of the previous cases, we've identified one pathogen or another, but we have no unifying diagnosis, Tom Hansen. CBS news New York, shaming smokers to obey a no smoking ban. It's happening in England. A hospital in Wakefield England is shaming smoke. He'll ignore outdoor. No smoking signs staff. Visitors and patients compress a button to blast prerecorded messages through loudspeakers think you could put out your cigarettes someone's nanny Granddad. Mommy. Oh, daddy is having that cancer treatment today. Pro smoking group describes the move as Orwellian, but hospital officials insist patients medical staff and visitors should not have to pass through clouds of damaging smoke. Larry Miller CBS news London. Whether or not you have a large family can depend on if you develop cancer in a large family could help you ward off cancer, so say Swiss researchers analyzed data from one hundred seventy eight countries and found that people from large families had a lower incidence of cancer link was also independent of income levels urbanism and age a protective effect was stronger in men than women and included members of the extended family in the household. And you think it has to do with the positive emotional environments found in large families, boosting a person's?.
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"wakefield england" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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