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First human case of West Nile Virus in Massachusetts in 2020 identified

WBZ Morning News

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

First human case of West Nile Virus in Massachusetts in 2020 identified

"Announced the season's first In case of West Nile virus here in the state. Now we have ward details about the person that's been infected. It's a man in his fifties who was likely exposed to the virus in southwestern Essex County or eastern Middlesex County. The risk of human infection generally is low throughout the Commonwealth. Last year, Though Massachusetts saw five human cases the viruses usually transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. Most people infected have no symptoms at all. The people over 50 are at higher risk for severe disease symptoms. They can include fever and flu like illness. In rare cases, they can be more serious, even deadly, so be sure to take precautions against mosquito bites. Apply insect repellent when you're outdoors, make sure it contains detained the hours from dust. Adan Orpik biting times for many mosquitoes. The president of one of the world's

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7-year-old boy is now the youngest COVID-19 victim in Georgia

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:52 min | 1 d ago

7-year-old boy is now the youngest COVID-19 victim in Georgia

"About the death of the youngest the youngest corona virus victim in Georgia only seven years old, and we'll also go to the scene of a huge motorcycle rally this weekend it's now getting underway without any rules for wearing masks or social distancing. Tonight new details on Georgia's youngest corona virus victim a seven year old boy without any underlying health conditions authorities say he died after attending a church where two elderly members tested positive died as well. Our National Correspondent Diane Gallagher of Atlanta for us this is certainly driving home concerns about the reopening schools where you are in Georgia? What's the latest on the? That's right wolf, and again, this is the youngest death unknown at this time for Cope, nineteen in the state of Georgia that seven year old boy according to the coroner was in the shower and he had a seizure they took him to the hospital where he later died. Now, the corner points out that seizures are not uncommon in children when they have very high fevers, his cause of death is listed as Covid nineteen. Again, we know that children can get covid and we see that children can die from covert, and that is a concern among parents and teachers and kids themselves here in Georgia because they. Did go back to class and for some of them, it was in person instruction this week several school districts across the state have already reported positive cases and had to send home dozens of children to quarantine because they came in close contact, and then there was this photo that went viral from North Holding. High School of a clash change a hallway with kids shoulder to shoulder many of them not wearing masks the young girl who took that photo Hannah waters was originally suspended for posting it. The school today were Sunday that suspension saying it wouldn't be on her disciplinary record but Hannah says, she doesn't regret it. I was concerned for the safety of everyone in that building and everyone in the county because. Precautions that the CDC incite guidelines at the CDC has been telling us for months now weren't being followed. And of course, the superintendent of that school district has said that while the photo looks bad, there is additional context wolf he says that look the kids aren't next to each other too long when they're in the hallway and that they are going to continue to take what they've learned from this week and try to implement it with additional standards and try and change things. One thing they're not going to be doing that school is issuing a mask mandate would the superintendent says, it's just too hard to enforce but again. that. They were trying to enforce a cell phone policy on the girl who posted on social media that picture earlier, but they say just not possible to do with masks in high school.

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Virus lockdown for world’s smallest and rarest wild pigs

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:28 sec | 3 d ago

Virus lockdown for world’s smallest and rarest wild pigs

"Ex pygmy hogs. They're They're the world's smallest and rarest pigs, and they were under threat by India's first outbreak of African swine fever. It's a viral disease that infects both domestic and wild pigs. Thousands of these little pigs have already died, and scientists are worried that the disease could just wipe them out. Fewer than 300 of these small pigs remain in northeastern India, A highly successful captive breeding program has been key to the survival, but the virus they say, could just wipe out the species

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Virus lockdown for world’s smallest and rarest wild pigs

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Virus lockdown for world’s smallest and rarest wild pigs

"Smallest and rarest pig who knew is under lock down. Pygmy hogs are apparently under threat by India's first outbreak of African swine fever. It's a viral disease that infects both domestic and wild pigs. Will. Thousands of pigs have already died and scientists are worried the disease could wipe out the critically endangered pygmy hogs. Fewer than 300 of the little pigs remain in northeastern India. A highly successful captive breeding program has been key to the species survival. But the virus they say, could wipe it out entirely a toy

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A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:21 min | 3 d ago

A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song

"Welcome to the broken marine podcast where we dive deep into the topics of neuro plasticity epigenetics, mindfulness, functional medicine mindset, and more. I'm your host droid and each week my team, and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Dr at Lisa Song Dr. Song is an integrative pediatrician pediatric. Functional Medicine expert and most importantly Amama in integrative pediatric practice whole family wellness she's helped thousands of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and help their parents understand how to help their children drive both in mind body and spirit Dr Song as taught around the world on integrative pediatrics topics for multiple podcasts in summits including functional medicine Australia Bio Circles, Australia integrative medicine, and mental. Health Institute for Functional Medicine A for 'em and a lot of other really incredible institutions, organizations that the song created healthy kids happy kids in online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners in bridge the gap between conventional in integrative pediatrics within evidence-based pediatrician backed approach Dr Song Thank you for being here on the broken brain podcast. Thank you for having me. It's an honor to be here with. You and your audience, and I wanNA give you just like a massive dose of gratitude because for so many of my friends I don't have kids, but I want to get educated on his many of these topics as possible not just as a podcast hosts in a community leader because I wanNA learn for myself in the future. This is probably not the last pandemic that will ever go through. Talk about help for Awhile Joe royle knock on wood. But I do want to say that for so many in the community right now you are the voice. Of Reason, you are the voice of really helping people understand what's real what we don't know because there's a lot of what we don't now and you've run so much peace to so many families. So thank you for your incredible work and I know it's a team effort. You know your husband, your kids the whole team over there that's helping out but really utilize. Knowledge you for that. Thank you that means so much to me. Yeah, absolutely, also I want to check in because in addition to use servicing your online community and your patience. Your family you've been very vocal about this has had first-hand experiences with Cova nineteen and we're gonNA talk about that. But I just WANNA check it on a human human level. How're you doing during these times? You know I mean it's crazy times everybody. My son and daughter for those of you who follow me they actually contracted co bid on. I mean really it was about a week after we wanted to quarantine. So we all went to quarantine from school Friday, the thirteenth, and then maybe seven to ten days later my daughter got sick cough fever search you have a little trouble breathing. Thought well, this can't be Kovic she's been in quarantine right? We haven't been in contact anybody in as far as I knew there was nobody at school who had had covid Right, around that time when quarantine was happening, I had a little bit of a sore throat and a headache nothing major but I did my usual kind of functional. Medicine Integrative Medicine dosing that I do and I get sick and I teach families. My husband had something similar but we we were fine then a week after Kenzi got sick she recovered ten days fever cough you know not feeling well little bit alot ish tonight a similar. She got maybe about ninety four, ninety, five percents but that's literally on Day ten. It was like the switch flipped she she bounced back and she was completely like nothing ever happened. A few days later, my son starts to get a fever and I'm like, oh no, it's going on here. Right at the time. Remember early in the days of the pandemic testing was really not available I mean that available. Right so but then even more. So I managed to get a swab and do swab my child, which is not fun experience and the Senate to quest four days later it came back negative. Okay. Maybe she caught something. Weird, right Then when Bodey start to get, he had a fever and stomach ache his tummy was hurting him so much that was his symptom and that in the fever little bit a sore throat and so I thought and even back then the early days remember we we know so much more about covid nineteen than we did back in. February march and remember this is March back in the early days we still have so much word learn right but abdominal pain was kind of maybe a symptom maybe not subdue might. So I'm thinking maybe he's got a stomach flu but in the back of my mind, I, think, okay this has to be Govan. So he he then so developing abdominal pain fever really bad headache a little bit of a cough. He started seeing things and hearing things, which is really frightening He sought a wall. Yeah. He had auditory visual hallucinations. He heard voices in his room. He would see the wall moving in and out and kind of scary people in front of him. Here's H-. You really mean people saying I mean he he said he was embarrassed to tell but really bad words right? Like you know words you wouldn't use in polite conversation and so and then he got a rash on his face and pink guys, right Thank goodness back. Then the really weren't reports of this Kawasaki Like Disease Right. Multi-system. Inflammatory Syndrome associate with children. Because if I had known about this phenomena I think I would even more freaked out than I already was right but his oxygen levels dropping he did go to about eighty eight percent at which time I did bring him to the ER. Now I was low dam up with all the supplements that I had researched. You know for Kobe nineteen both preventatively am for support. Active Illness and I fully one hundred percents. We're GONNA talk about some of the things that I did but that the interventions that I was able to do for him through the through the research really helped him to bounce back very quickly.

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"fever" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

02:56 min | 4 d ago

"fever" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"And all that do not plan party this should be. The should be very obvious. The group should be held to a few people as possible. Ideally, just the parents the baby and the grandparents siblings who've been isolated along with family or probably okay to anybody else like just stick to zoom and facetime like you know it's just not worth risking anybody's anybody's anybody's life. So make sure people quarantine for two weeks and wash hands They say it's likely safer grandparents to hold a newborn and I gotta be honest like if you drive all the way to meet them and you're like here, look at it but don't touch like I just know. I just know riles grandparents like they're going to hold the baby like they're gonNA frigging hold the baby but I would say like, no, kissing the baby which I told everybody because my doctorate said that like babies are so prone to. Getting, sick and if they have a fever, it's like immediately emergency room within the first six months of life. So I told everybody said, do not kiss my son because I had had my doctor told me this. Horrific story that he he experience with his daughter who got really sick and like it surgery takes something out of her throat. But he was like I do not understand why people kiss babies. If you actually think about it, you're literally just putting germs on a tiny like very vulnerable child. You're you're basically spitting on them. You're you're putting germs on on somebody who could get very sick and like while human instinct is like kiss things like don't do it. He's like help people not baby. So I was very adamant about it and like told all the grandparents like do not kiss Rilo. Like, meet everybody put hand sanitizer on, and honestly you should do that even more now of course so they keep all contact minimal. They WANNA protect the grandparents But if they need to have a photo won't sleep until they've held their grandchild. It's probably okay. So yeah, that's it. I don't know anything to add. Now. I mean listen if you're a grandparent at this point, you're probably a at a high risk age. I would hope that you would take the quarantining seriously anyway. So you might be one of the safer people to meet a baby because you should be inside all the damn time. Anyway, exactly Well, that is it for this week's this is why podcast check out our book, this single and my new book Cinderella and the glass ceiling in other feminist fairy tales but is the best way to support us as by supporting our books. They are available in Amazon Barnes and noble, and we encourage you to support your local any bookstores if they don't have the book. Usually they'll. They'll call an orator in Frio and it's worth waiting. You know five days if that means supporting an indie bookstore. Totally and you can get hooked up with discounts from all of our sponsors for fullest.

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Washington, D.C. pastor tests positive for coronavirus, as health officials struggle to stop its spread

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | Last week

Washington, D.C. pastor tests positive for coronavirus, as health officials struggle to stop its spread

"Pastor tests positive for Corona virus as health officials struggled to stop its spread the pastor of a Catholic church on Capitol Hill, who had urged people not to cower in fear off the novel, Corona virus has contracting the disease that it causes, prompting DC health officials officials to to to tell tell tell about about about 250 250 250 staff staff staff and and and parishioners. parishioners. parishioners. To To To self self quarantine quarantine for for two two weeks. weeks. Monsignor Monsignor Charles Charles Pope Pope ofthe ofthe Holy Holy Comforters, Comforters, Saint, Slippery and Catholic Church on East Capitol Street, was admitted to the hospital on Monday after experiencing AH high fever. He tested positive for Corona virus after a rapid diagnostic test. On Friday, the DC Health Department issued a letter saying additional individuals have been identified as having been exposed to the virus.

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Health officials link US salmonella outbreak to red onions

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Health officials link US salmonella outbreak to red onions

"Federal health officials say an outbreak of salmonella infecting nearly four hundred people in more than thirty states has been linked to red onions the FDA says the California company Thompson international will be re calling all varieties of onions that could have come in contact with potentially contaminated red onions because of the risk of cross contamination that means white yellow and sweet onions are included in the red onion recall the salmonella was so bad the FDA says nearly sixty people ended up in the hospital Canada is also investigating an outbreak closely related to the US one signs of salmonella infection include diarrhea fever and stomach cramps between six hours and six days after exposure according to the CDC they're urging people to contact a doctor I'm Julie Walker

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg home from hospital

KYW 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last week

Ruth Bader Ginsburg home from hospital

"Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been discharged from a New York City hospital after latest medical procedure. A statement from the court says she's home and doing well. Ginsberg was hospitalized earlier this week for a non surgical procedure to replace the bile ducts tent that was originally placed last year. It was her second trip to the hospital in July, came two weeks after the 87 year old Justice announced her cancer had returned. Earlier this month, Ginsburg was treated for a possible infection at Johns Hopkins Hospital down in Baltimore after having fever and

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Sales of thermal imaging cameras 'that can spot fevers' soar

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:00 min | Last week

Sales of thermal imaging cameras 'that can spot fevers' soar

"Magical fever spotting cameras. You say we have questions from American public media. This is marketplace tech I'm Ali would. This week on marketplace tech were reporting on the innovations that will help us transition to a post pandemic future part of that future will eventually involve going back to work but we're still working on how to do that. Safely. Some companies have spent tens of thousands of dollars on thermal cameras, which can supposedly spot someone with an elevated temperature from a distance. Do they work or is this just a form of health? Security Theater? Meghan mcardle Carino covers workplace culture for marketplace. I always think about kind of like Predator vision. When we talk about thermal cameras, you know this kind of allows for a big industrial camera that does automated instant temperature taking by mapping infrared radiation from people's skins with a lot faster than having a person standing out there you know with one of those temperature guns taking everyone's temperature but I understand that it's not as good as Predator vision. You know there's a question of accuracy with just how well the devices work. They can be influenced by lots of different things. They take the temperature of the skin on the face cold or hot weather that can affect the temperature of one skin. But the FDA has allowed these devices to be marketed on a temporary basis without any kind of verification of their medical. Veracity. So the FDA does suggest that if someone is determined to have a temperature with one of these devices that they get some other kinds of secondary verification, you know using an internal temperature taker, you know your just your regular thermometer, but there's really nothing requiring these workplaces to do. So what other concerns are there around sort of scanning workers constantly in this way? The fact that these devices generally also come with facial recognition software as part of the deal, you know this is something where you know these systems could kind of become part of a greater surveillance infrastructure that groups like the ACLU are up in arms about having these installed at, say all airports and hospitals and all kinds of businesses all over the place. So if this thermal scanner says that you're sick and you are sent home, you can't come to work. Will you still be compensated for that time? Well, that is. A bit of a question mark. The Cares Act did provide for two weeks of paid sick leave but it excluded a lot of people were talking about gig workers. We're talking about people who work for companies with more than five hundred employees or less than fifty employees. So there are a lot of workers who may get sent home and not be able to collect any pay.

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Dogs Can Sniff Out Coronavirus Infections, German Study Shows

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

02:48 min | Last week

Dogs Can Sniff Out Coronavirus Infections, German Study Shows

"Kicking off today with some potentially positive covid nineteen news from our canine friends. Dogs being trained, to sniff out. Drugs, weapons, and diseases like malaria, and even cancer is nothing new, but a new study shows that when trained dogs are able to sniff out code in Nineteen infections, quoting CNBC a new study, which was piloted by the University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover the handover medical school in the German armed. Forces found that if properly trained dogs were able to discriminate between human saliva samples infected with SARS COV to and non infected samples with a ninety four percent success rate overall, the hope is this method of detection could be one day used in public. Such, as airports, sporting events and other mass gatherings in addition to laboratory testing to help prevent future covid, nineteen outbreaks, according to researchers and quotes. The study was conducted using eight dogs from Germany's armed forces. They were trained for a week, using thousand samples of both infected and uninfected saliva, also neither of the researchers, nor the dog handlers new, which was which. Marin because black widow, who conducted the study says the dogs can probably detect folic change which occurs when a person is infected the one issue, the dogs apparently can't differentiate Kovic nineteen from other diseases like influenza yet, but the research team says that is the next step and the Hannover Medical School in Germany aren't the only ones conducting trials on trained dogs. Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and tropical medicine are also training and studying dogs to see if they could detect covid nineteen from person's body odor, which they say is altered by respiratory disease, and as for the canines welfare quoting CNN. Dogs are known to be. Be Able to contract cove nineteen, but there is no evidence that the virus can spread from dogs to humans, the team, medical detection, dogs or sure CNN that the dogs are well looked after and will be kept safe from infection, our dogs we trained on a dead virus, and then have no contact with the individuals. They're screening, but will sniff the air around. The person says representative Jimmy Butler and the dogs will only be permitted to be touched by the handler, which therefore means there will be very low risk of spread of the virus from the dog to their handler or to the people they live with and quotes. While this might not replace the uncomfortable diagnostic tests it could, certainly as the article said be a boon for public spaces where you need to test large numbers of people instantaneously and where fever scanners would only catch symptomatic. Assuming that is that the dogs could sniff out positive infections in a symptomatic. So, we'll have to see how accurately the dogs can be trained, but sounds like a promising solution so

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A Perfect Intersection of Disaster

Pop Fashion

05:24 min | 2 weeks ago

A Perfect Intersection of Disaster

"Hello Lisa. Hi. Lisa. Do. You know what I did the other day. You eat a hot dog again now. You're not going to believe what I did. ooh, wait! No, no, no, let me think about this. Did you watch a sporting event? No, but it is just as surprising as that would be. Guesses. Lisa I wore a t shirt outside. We have reached that level of the pandemic. The Pants denic is wearing me out. We, we have okay. Do you have shortness of breath I did not have shortness of breath. Do you have a fever? I did not. Do. You have diarrhea. No, thank God. I'm just want to make sure that Cova hasn't gotten into your brain. It may have girl I just may have other symptoms like may wear a t shirt and public. This is where it's gotten us like all you wearing a t-shirt in your house like two weeks and you were like this is my won t shirt, so you washed it and then war outside you wear to the grocery store. I have to t shirts. Thank you. One is a DOJ cat. Quote, says Bitch I'M A. And the second one Alan is, it's always sunny in Philadelphia reference. These are my two t shirts. And you guys decorum I do not wear t shirts in public, but. The PATS DEMOC is getting to me Lisa. Weight but I but I need more. How'd you feel when you were out in public? I need to know where you went. What else did you wear it with the naked? A war it with Yoga Pants Lisa. Oh No. Oh, no did you take a fuck them all before you did? You know what I'm talking about right? Yeah I do I do. Car. Are you going to be okay? I don't know at least at the thing is wearing me out. Do you need to buy my birkenstocks from the next time? You wear, though Lord. Lord with a T. You know because you have decorum I. appreciate that we both have. It's always sunny. T shirts, even though I have like thirty five t shirts and you have to but something stuck with me once a woman a peer of mine. made a comment about how flip flop should only be worn in your house or at the beach like it actively in the sand? Okay, she said this while we were out in public, wearing jeans and flippy floppies. With me and from that day, that was probably like twenty time. I will not wear flip flops outside unless I'm like in my yard arm, APP beach. Aware another Sandal aware another shoe, but I don't just like run out to the store and my flipflops right, not even. So I feel like you and I have similar rules for fashion except mind stopped in my ankles working out my body. Stopped at your neck. It's amazing how someone will come in and say something small, and just like flip things for you like that's a new role. I'M GONNA. Live my life by you know what I mean. Yeah while I was also upset because at the time. She was dating the guy that I wanted to date. What's her name? Let's go after her. No, no, no, she's on our side now. Okay! Good! Yeah, because she's. She's my ex Zax which makes you by the transit of property friends. Exactly exactly we've both gotten un-engaged from the same guy, so holy Shit, Oh special episode. She's on our side about her. I'm glad you're laundry is going to be okay. It's all going work out Lee. So we are just crossing boundaries. I did not anticipate in March. I just did not anticipate this. Up Brief MISSTEP and you're GONNA. Learn from your actions and you get back on track. I feel like we need. To pivot from the original plan I wanted you to start with like Oh, the avenues and get out of the way, but it sounds like we should pivot and make you talk about handbags. Now let's do. Pan Stomach fashion and art lack there of. I fashion story. Do you need your purse? This is based on an article by Lou Stoppard for the New York Times called the Phantom Handbag. It starts out once upon a time. I didn't leave the house without it now of course because of Covid nineteen I no longer really leave the house I haven't carried my bag for months. Lou poses the question. Is this a permanent change? Or will the bag comeback again someday? So the bags back your carrying around now may be different than your designer or higher end bag, or just like the purchased schlep around a lot. A lot of people right now are taking around backpacks or totes. And prediction is that the market might change slightly that people will want canvas shoppers, something that is waterproof cross body bags with adjustable straps, so people can go. On or cycling like it's very practical.

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Dallas Love Field To Test Thermal Screening Initiative For COVID-19

Fox News Rundown

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dallas Love Field To Test Thermal Screening Initiative For COVID-19

"For spotting people with fevers beginning next month at the Dallas airport as it tries to convince people to fly during the Corona virus pandemic. Trial could run up to three months. But readings captured by the cameras won't be linked to individual travelers. The trial will evaluate the cameras where equipment should be placed in how thermal screening would affect traffic flows at security checkpoints at Dallas Love field. Transportation Safety Administration

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Dallas Love Field To Test Thermal Screening Initiative For COVID-19

AP 24 Hour News

00:09 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dallas Love Field To Test Thermal Screening Initiative For COVID-19

"Will be tested next month at Dallas Love Field, Southwest Airlines will try to detect passengers running a fever to help others feel safe about flying. I'm Jackie

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Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco

Business Wars Daily

04:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco

"If you're an offroad aficionado or even just WANNA be. This story is a big deal. After a quarter century Ford is resurrecting the Ford Bronco a direct rival to the jeep. Ford produce the Bronco for thirty straight years starting in nineteen, sixty six. The vehicle had only two doors reportedly one reason why Ford discontinued it in Nineteen ninety-six consumer sentiment was shifting toward four doors. Historians say the Bronco Developed Cult Status. After it was discontinued today, the beefy muscular vehicles, a sentimental favourite restored vintage models can sell for up to two hundred thousand dollars with a corporate unit called Ford icons. Ford is Heavily Marketing Nostalgia that division includes the Bronco, a Mustang and a new line of Ford F one fifty pick-up trucks, including a hybrid version, and soon to be debuted all electric. And Nostalgia sells, but it's far from the only reason. The automakers releasing a Bronco for the twenty first century. The company is capitalizing on a trend according to the automaker offroad vehicle, so called rugged SUV's. Twice, as popular as regular SUV's CNN reports that has engineered the new bronco models for quote hard off road driving. You know the kind that allows you to quote. Get far from civilization. An even stay there for awhile. Is the perfect escape for pandemic induced cabin fever. Get a dose of Adrenalin while avoiding the plague. It's a combination made for advertising. Heaven Kit needs to be the jeep wrangler as the Juggernaut of off road vehicles. CNBC reports that automakers have been trying to quote dethrone the Wrangler for decades. Without much success. Even during the pandemic GPS kept selling Fiat Chrysler sold an average of seventeen thousand jeep wrangler every month for the last five years according to the Detroit news last year, almost a quarter, million wrangler flew off dealership. Lots and experts say jeep owners are loyal. To a fault. Still Ford executives have moxie. They're predicting sales of two hundred thousand broncos over the next year, according to Automotive News. and. Keep in mind that the low end version of the new line. The broncos sport won't even be out until years end higher end versions of the Bronco won't be at dealerships until next spring. Ford is doing everything it can to make the Bronco enticing enough to away jeep lovers, and of course to persuade new off roaders to come into the Ford camp that includes besting the ramblers largest tires thirty three inches with whopping thirty five inch tires, Ford says a Bronco outfitted with the almost three foot in diameter tires can easily go through a couple of feet of water models also come with removable roofs and doors. Drivers can store the doors in the Bronco. For, it says. At about thirty thousand dollars, the price of the two door base Bronco comes in at only two hundred dollars more than the base price of the jeep wrangler at the top in a limited number of first edition for door Bronco started about sixty one thousand dollars, Ford began taking one hundred dollar deposits on Broncos last Monday when it released the new line I edition reservation slots sold out within a couple of hours. Still as bullish as the auto press is about the Broncos, the release comes against bleak backdrop for the auto industry. Overall vehicle sales plummeted when covid nineteen emerged shut the industry down for two months recently, both Ford and GM reported second-quarter sales declines of about thirty three percent from a year earlier jeep parent, Fiat Chrysler did even worse with sales down forty percent. And that puts a lot of pressure on Ford to live up to its promise of adding a billion dollars to the bottom line next year through Bronco Sales. And it adds pressure Chrysler to keep jeep at the top of the OFFROAD HEAP Stakes is high as the boulder strewn rocky mountains. The war between Bronco in gene. We'll be fascinating to watch.

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UK coronavirus vaccine shows early promise

Ray Appleton

04:18 min | 2 weeks ago

UK coronavirus vaccine shows early promise

"Over at Oxford? They say they're experimental Corona virus vaccine. Has shown in early trials. To really hardcore. They're happy with the answers on this one. Ah, prompt a protective immune response in hundreds of people who got this inoculation. Now. The British researchers, as I recall that they began testing the vaccine back in April. They jumped on this early. It was about 1000 people. About half of whom got an experimental Lexie. Such early trials are are designed to evaluate safety. And see what kind of immune response was was provoked, but can't tell if the vaccine truly protects until a certain point. Okay. I don't wanna get too deep into the weeds here, but in research that was published today in the journal, which is gold land set Site has said that they have found that their experimental Cove in 19 vaccine has produced a dual immune response in people ages 18 to 55. It lasted a couple of months after they were immunized. That doesn't go away or has it only been since a couple of months that they were immunized quote. We're seeing good immune response in almost everybody. This is Dr Adrian Hill, who was the director of the Gender instituted Oxford University. What this vaccine does particularly well is trigger both Arms of the immune system. Both arms of the immune system. Yeah. Did you know the TV system? Having an appendage is a bump up? So he said that the neutralizing antibodies air produced, Okay, we'll try to bring this down to a level that even I understand molecules. Which are key to blocking infection are produced. So In addition, the vaccine also causes a reaction in the body's T cells, which helps destroy cells that have been taken over by the virus. Match the important factor here. So this experimental Cove in 19 vaccine Has caused only minor side effects, just like the one we talked about last week. Think exactly the same. We're talking about fever in some chills for a day muscle pain, especially the injection site. And The the The other people gotta control meningitis vaccine as a part of the experiment. Um, they did not suffer from those those those side effects. But individuals who got this experimental Govind 19 vaccine did So Dr Hill said that larger trials evaluating the vaccine's effectiveness. Which will include about 10,000 people in the UK As well as participants in South Africa and Brazil are underway. About why South Africa. Why Brazil? I'm not sure, but they're all related to what's going on from Oxford, so another big trial is slated to start in the U. S soon. This one is going to enroll about 30,000 people in this test group this test cell 30,000 So we're gonna have like 40 50,000 people all in the The whole, you know, realm of testing involved in this phase of one or both Vaccines now how quickly This is the big question. Hey, how quickly scientists were able to determine the vaccine's effectiveness. The way I understand. This will depend largely on how much more transmission there is. Really? That's their response. Dr. Hill estimates that if there were enough data to prove the HVAC teens of vaccines efficiency, the emulation of some high risk groups in Britain could begin in December. Could begin with wall to wall vaccinations of high risk groups like me, I'd be considered that in November. I mean, the December excuse me. So that means this year. I don't know that anybody really thought our chances of developing a vaccine that worked I was going to be in the cards so fast, if at all.

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UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response in early test

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

UK coronavirus vaccine prompts immune response in early test

"Some encouraging vaccine news out of the UK correspondent Tom River says patients in an early Oxford University trial have shown an immune response after receiving a shot. Experimental vaccine incentive caused minor side effects like Fever, chills and muscle pain more often than in those who gotta control vaccine larger trials evaluating its effectiveness involving about 10,000 people here. Well, his participants in South Africa and Brazil are still underway. Another big trial is slated to start in the U. S. Soon aiming to enroll around 30,000 A vaccine, which is one of 100 being tested around the world is being developed in partnership with AstraZeneca. The British government's already agreed to buy 100 million doses today. The UK also announced plans to buy 90 million doses of a different vaccine being developed by

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Virus deaths are mounting in hot spots around U.S., especially among children

The Morgan Show

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Virus deaths are mounting in hot spots around U.S., especially among children

"Fear that widespread Cove in 19 testing problems months after the start of the pandemic may slow down efforts to control the surge of infections in Corona virus hot spots in the U. S. A. B C's Trevor all has enough that now Children are being impacted well, experts say the impact on the young appears to be much smaller than it is for adults. Mohr Children are becoming infected first time Mom and Jellicle Wendell says her two month old daughter, Evie, first developed a fever, then tested positive, right. It's just like a heart breaking in a single Texas County, 85 babies under the age of one have contracted covert 19 as the state is battling a deadly search now recording four straight days of Mohr than 100

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Leaving the World Health Organization

Second Opinion

03:41 min | Last month

Leaving the World Health Organization

"This is Dr Michael Wilks with. The pinion over the past few years. Our President has made some incredibly ill informed policy decisions even in the face of clear evidence to the contrary, these decisions have negatively impacted people's lives through policies around covid climate change, immigration health care women's rights, lgbt rights education, and of course, our relationship with foreign countries, but the president's recent decision to leave the sixty year. Old World Health Organization is among the very most irresponsible decision will. Will hurt the US every bit as much as it will hurt the rest of the world the W. H.. O. Is not a perfect organization. It is plagued by politics and infighting and a low budget, but it's still serves a super important function. The whol plays a key role in many decisions that directly or indirectly affect our lives more than ever before our global interconnected world create great risks particularly with regard to the spreading. Spreading of diseases, it is the WHO that is. Our First Line of defense the WHO. I alerted the world to the infection that came to be called covid in early January, and it advised healthcare workers how to protect themselves from the spread. Perhaps it could have been more aggressive with its policies, but if there is a problem, conduct an audit help improve the organization. Don't be a baby and take your toys and walk away. Away and it's not just covid were who plays a vital role. It coordinates the global response to diseases like polio Ebola Malaria HIV TB and yellow fever. The near nation of diseases like polio has saved the US tens of billions of dollars in treatment costs, and the WHO isn't the only Health Organization the US refuses to work with as the US decided to focus inwardly. We have already stopped funding the pan. American Health Organization. Pan. America is the area that is currently home to half of the top ten countries with co Vid. Now aside from helping ourselves, we also have a social responsibility to help resource poor countries by helping to provide education laboratory training tools like p. p. e. and clinical trials drugs to treat emerging and reemerging diseases. When we step back from these responsibilities, China steps in, and they're now in our backyard, working with countries that will old them a big favor. The WHO also directly benefits the US for example each year influenza virus mutates resulting in new variants around the world. It is the W. H. O. that leads the. The flu vaccine development process each year which includes several American researchers and organizations like our FDA and CDC. The US depends on data from the WHO to predict which strain of the flu will spread to the US so that we can make ineffective vaccination in the end the total US funding for the WHO is equivalent to the overhead of about one ass hospital about three hundred seventy million dollars. It would be very hard to get better value for that

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"fever" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"fever" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"That a fever is one of the key tell tale signs of cold at night team but they're saying less than a third of the people hospitalized at Northwell health hospitals on Long Island and here in the city did not have a fever when they came in that comes from a study that was done by Northwell the lead author Karina Davison says that changes the game she says we need to look more broadly than that is beyond the fever and determining if somebody has the virus employers like Amazon who is the MTA in fact had a a thermal Logitech's in team going out they've been using temperature checks to determine if an employee can enter a workplace well for that matter some of call for temperature checks as part of the protocol for re opening economies well as a side bar the north will study also discovered that nearly six in ten people had hypertension on top of that you can read the information on the journal of the American medical association well you know you've arrived when they make a bobblehead doll out of you but it's for a good cause governor Cuomo isn't complaining he's the latest bobble subject the national bobblehead hall of fame and museum unveiled a new bobble head of the governor and a few of his counterparts from other states it's all in the name of raising money for covert doubt nineteen relief the base of the doll bears his name and he's wearing a suit sitting at a table with governors from Wisconsin and Ohio and California you know to make it available the bobblehead doll that is starting in July at a cost of twenty five dollars plus eight Bucks shipping but they say you can also get a set of all four governors for one hundred dollars seriously for every bottle have sold the museum will donate five dollars to the protect heroes fund in support of the one hundred million mascot challenge museum CEO feels Colossus yeah during these times we want to raise money and we also want to put smiles on people's faces with the bobble heads we learned yesterday that most new Yorkers are okay with stay at home orders if it'll keep us from going back to square one apparently that's good enough for the rest of the country as well here now from correspondent line L. more seventy two percent of Americans think moving too quickly to loosen stay at home orders is a good threat to the country then moving too slowly this from a new ABC news episodes poll most Republicans and Democrats feel the restrictions are responsible lifesaving actions eighty percent safe restrictions were lifted tomorrow they are unlikely to go to public places that draw crowds yeah that's what mayor de Blasio and New Jersey governor Phil Murphy and governor Cuomo we're saying how the other day saying even if we re opened things today nobody would probably calm because people in these parts no what we're already going through and nobody's trying to have a repeat or a flare up we're trying to beat this thing like governor Cuomo says kit coronavirus.

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"fever" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"fever" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Fever and then I won't got tested two days later it took them about four days to to send me the result I didn't either results I had every every symptom in the book that you know you hear about the fever dry cough I had it contains the have tremendously bad headache and so so I get the results on Thursday and then that following Sunday comes around and it was just the the shortness of breath started yet I have one of those little finger monitors and monitors my to level and it got so bad where I had to take myself to the hospital you're you're like classic everybody I've talked to a lot of talk to so many people late at night all day long so how are I how old are you by the way forty eight forty eight at former Avenue Adeline conversion trainer I do have a slight as well rescue inhaler that I probably use once or twice a year one around cats I think it's his disease those special because it's a long how did you get better how to get better well there were many many reasons they got me better but I tell you hi the first ten days I was just taking Tylenol and that was not working I was getting worse and I answer the hydroxy clerk when when I got to the hospital and they said there's no guarantee we're gonna give it to you the actually so yeah I they they diagnosed me with pneumonia as well but my numbers weren't that bad I guess in the in the ER city so we can send your home or where you can spend the night but there's still no guarantee we're going to give you the drugs and it was then that I I I called a friend a doctor friend Dr troll storm from New York City NY said you should you should stay the night and I'm glad I took that advice so they ended up giving it to me they gave me and and I intended to give it to me with you know you hear the stories about wood St Kerr with the Z. pack they gave it to me straight up it was twice a day for for five days I didn't grams a day for five days correct and at the end of those five and and and at the beginning of the first night in the hospital in my darkest hour middle of the night you might start to go to that place you know we've all been there fear anxiety doubt your question god you see the death tolls and I did allow myself to go there though you know I I I had a very small conversation with the lord they said simply this is your will I'm not ready I have a wife and boys but you know two boys at home that need me and so much more to do and I started getting better each and every day but there were there were many other factors that that led to my recovery what do you do that from your experience you think I'll help you well absolutely I'm not a doctor but I do know that I didn't take it out like every second because any says he's saying I'm not I've never said that I was told to consult your doctor you know I know but the best thing that I got out of it was it's doesn't hurt people that's what that's what doctor Wallace's letter says this is no more you know preeminent expert on this thing than him and when you see there's no harm okay what's what's the doctors first mission arm do no harm and what a doctor oz always says you got to go to war with the army of god not the one you wish we always wish we could have those trials but listen we're praying for you get well next time I see you dinner's on me okay buddy I'm sorry did you better go to if you could go to activities you twenty three Instagram I'm documenting my progress in an intention to help to help others battling this disease all right got to take a quick break we'll come back on the other side Dr oz with us new Gingrich are posters here and much more and your call straight ahead handedly ninety five point five W. S. B. news and talk WSE Javid time is three fifty one let's keep those headlights on even though most of us are avoiding showers right now in metro Atlanta got a bit of an unexpected slow zone of lithia springs twenty eastbound right before fort road exit forty four got a right lane blocked earlier car fire a lot of police activity in the median just south of two eighty five there on the southeast side of town and I six seventy five near the cedar Grove road overpass it's also nor the painful block road and traffics tapping the brakes as it moves by that situation we've got wires down on several parts of town north druid hills off of Lennix part Boulevard Brookhaven and sandy springs Riverside Drive at north harbour and a Cobb county west Cobb Bob **** off of highway one twenty new trouble getting in the Cobb county Alex Williams yeah traffic your H. two O. called and said there were some debris seventy five north on a Cumberland Boulevard I started searching WSP Jim Camden town an injury crash travel advisory seventy five northbound comfortable Boulevard exit number two fifty eight.

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"fever" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Her anatomy to know what exactly is happy. A lot of times women will come to my office and Bill. The educated women thirty, five forty forty five years old. Who will be like down mayors? Right and to get them to understand what down there really eat get. Itchy it's a lot of education. To do I wish it was something that they already. So so we often talk about men having performance anxiety in how that plays out will be often be about the person who's actually allowing something to be to penetrate them yet. That's performance anxiety to. Lines people in media will call maginness like a panic attack in the designer. It makes sense I mean I'm surprised. It's rare that is. GonNa WanNa talk about I wish. Him Health because Many, a baby has ended up after coming. This is wonderful. You can get through. It is that you can work through it, but it's not something that will happen overnight and it's not. Just relax just relax. Let it happen. No, that's not the way it works. There's a lot that goes into it and a lot of `vulnerability. And love that word, because it really does mean a lot, but it takes confidence trust confidence in someone else stresses on L. Rushing Body. So much that goes into receiving of A. Big Deal. Yeah I mean I. Yeah I. Think what you said a spot on. I I honestly to. She was anonymous, but I really applaud her for like being open and vulnerable and asking for help and advice because I. Think what you said is might be the first time she's her. Like okay great, you focus on the physical therapy, but now it's time to figure out what's going on. What Mental Block is there? That's. An women who are in her situation I will do is talk to Google and they'll go online and say how do I? What is this? I can't have. Sex is with a look at and all of these things will come up saying badges business and it might be. That might be the case, but how you worked through..

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"fever" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

04:58 min | 3 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Like? I don't know what's going on like I constantly am all over him in used. His head is where else and there are lots of reasons for that. Some can be detrimental to the relationships are being of a trail happening and other times. It's I stress a lot of stress. We have a lot going on, yeah. I was GONNA to say. Have you found that business is booming for you right now? With so many couples spending probably more time than ever together. Well I'm really fortunate that the type of work that I do is kind of always a need, but right now and getting more people were available more often for sessions. Because I get a lot of Disney, people people in your. Olive and to get them to be able to have a regular. Our every week is often the case now. You Utah You for two hours. Let's say. Yeah. It's more that the availability is more. even having liabilities for now. because. have things are kind of sewing down or morphing into different? Do shows and film and all that. It's a lot of that combination. I'm so glad that people even know that someone like me like a certified therapist even exists in that. You're willing to reach out for help his. This is this is the This sort of thing when sex isn't going well in a relationship, you will say in accounts for seventy percent of why they're unhappy with what it's going well. I would never deal like ten percent of relationship I make when it's a big deal and you say I do think there's ways to be like sexually intimate with somebody in not actually having sex with them. Absolutely so when I talk about sex I'm talking about what you're saying Tanya. Which is this idea? There can be sensuality decorating. Be This undercurrent of sexiness that I'm not talking about intercourse I think that a lot of people once they crossed that line into inner voice. They think well. If we're not doing that, then it's not worth. going. And again the people who are happiest happening. They're making out. Still people make out I'm like. Go home to make out with your. Do it in a place. You can't do anything more because you'll get arrested like. Make out your touch each other. Give to them with sausage..

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"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

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"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

01:49 min | 4 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

"Different person to national groups of people different versions of herself and Chunk version. She was married and had a child and other themselves she divorced. My Dad had been eating and she had and she would by different names. Sometimes you're buying married name and I'm sure by maiden name. I'm with her high school classmates. She went by her maiden because she was divorced because Mendez's beating her and you know salon. Was Your forty alumni banquets. I had the practice on the way. Their introducing myself as team. How in daughter? Because that's how these people numerous and Elliott hours diving headfirst deep into the pool so sleazy introducing myself as pant. Elliot's daughter because again I know I know the Pam Elliot that. We're all kinds of whiskey facebook messages and understand who was. I had to die inky beaches these world. I do a lot of listening and ask a lot of questions and ultimately giral. I think my mom had a personality disorder decent and I talk about the book and India. Jim Size is not gay. Clinical diagnosis but rather shy copy and put under the larger umbrella of anti social personality disorder and blackened built into the core feature in motivated by power is another feature of antisocial personality disorder as well.

"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

"By the time spring break team and I went back to the bench in the south welding and he had a mountain of tapers workbench financial documents. That were in my mother's Russian that you just couldn't quite make sense. This mountain of paper included letters from banks where accidents Mama tried to establish checking accounts in both her name and accidents. Dad in Wisconsin. There was a purchase agreement for House in Delaware County Indiana. Not Too far from where they lived signed by everyone but her there were pay stubs in her maiden name documents related to a 401k. That she cashed out. She had grown sloppy accidents mom instead of destroying the paper trail. She hid documents in random places between the pages of books in the bottom of old purses inbetween dresser drawers so accident and her dad. Now go through the house like CSI technicians. They Find Credit Card statements collection agencies statements in her grandfather's name accidents. Mom had stolen his identity as well. It's so interesting. Your mom knew that she was very ill and probably terminal. And you know. It's not like she died in an accident or of a heart attack and had no warning so. I wonder what went through her mind as she could've cleaned all that up. I suppose but she didn't think.

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"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

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"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Family Secrets

"In our house around that time. I was instructed to never answer the door even if I knew who it was after the mail went. Missing the phone got shut off a vulnerability that wasn't there before seemed to permeate our daily lives. Anyone and anything outside those drapes those limestone walls possessed intentions. We can never be sure of the only trust one another. My Dad becoming increasingly convinced. Mom was right that someone was out to get us. Entrusted me was keeping the property. Say we started saying things like if someone crosses the gate they're yours. You have to protect the property at fourteen. I became hyper vigilant. Always on guard at the end of each day. My neck and shoulders ache from fatigue from long hours. If Keane attentiveness I heard each passing car. Search the is if every strange and familiar face at the store that my no nonsense father and brazen spitfire mother had failed to protect us. Only convinced me that they needed my help. Paranoia became an obligation a twisty kind of duty to my family. That's accident bets Hamilton. Reading from her book the less people know about us. A memoir of betrayal family secrets and stolen identity stolen identity. I can't imagine anything more unsettling than having your very sense of self hood the thing. We all think we can count on stolen. The financial ruin is just the tip of the iceberg primal terrifying personal stuff to have your identity. Stolen is to be handpicked by an invisible malicious force singled for ruin. That's what happened to access them. From the time she was a kid. She was told that her parents were being targeted by a mysterious identity. Thief Years Later. She found out that she had been targeted. To and was the last person she possibly could have.

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"fever" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

05:58 min | 5 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Start Here

"Drew on the ground for it. We'll see you later thanks gala. Thanks a lot take care. Let us welcome. This mother of Goldman and Ken Ship Remember. When President Trump visited India? This week grammar stay now well the night before he arrived something seemed to shift their said nothing to do with the president but for weeks. Muslims have been staging this peaceful protest. Sit in against this controversial law within India we'll Sunday rather than counter protests. This large group of Hindus starts breaking it up with sticks and rocks then they start throwing Molotov cocktails. This became more than a skirmish. This became a riot spread across several neighborhoods hoods in Delhi one of the biggest cities in the world as of this morning. The death toll stretching in the dozens and it still rising so I wanNA bring in. Abc's Foreign Editor Karate. Right now security. Can you just explain how this got so bad? Well this has been building for a long time and it goes back a couple of months but it really boiled over this week and it's been incredibly violent and it's still very very tense. It goes back to this controversial citizenship. Law that Proponents say makes it easier for persecuted minorities in India's neighbors to become Indian citizens. Now the people who are against this law say that it's discriminatory against Muslims because they're exempt under that law of democracy get into. This is actually probably exactly what people fear they saw. I was alert. They stole my bitch show Kameez and saw me as a Muslim Salonen. Well it just started attacking. These are the worst. Ethnic clashes we've seen in in. India's capital decades really pits the Hindu nationalist agenda of prime minister. Modi against the people who are trying to protect the secular history of India going back to the founding of the country. This is a country that is home to the second largest Muslim population. They are minorities in India but the second largest Muslim population in the world. They are a sizable population and that population is very nervous about rising Hindu. Nationalism promoted by the Prime Minister's Party twenty to twenty five people started beating me. The rest were just standing by as if they were watching a show and they see this as just one more step from his party to marginalize Muslims in that country and again both sides fighting against each other but this is exactly what people have been warning about ever since that law was passed. It was going to say. How bad has it gotten like? Can you explain more about what we're seeing there now? Yeah so in Delhi. We've now seen dozens of people killed many more people injured and there is still the chance that this boils over even further in the coming days so today I say to every Indian north and South Hindu and Muslim Jewish and Christian rich and poor young and old take pride in the glories of your past when president trump was in India earlier this week. He was asked about this controversial law. I will say that. The prime minister was incredible on what he told me. He wants people to have religious freedom and very strong LINEAR SAYS PRIME MINISTER. Modi is in some ways cut from the same cloth as president trump in that both of them are are nationalists and neither of them shies away from that title and Minister. Modi's tried to steer India in a very different direction. Redefining the history of India and his supporters are fervent fervent Hindu nationalists and so there have been leaders in his party who people have accused of inciting violence and so there is in the eyes of critics of the prime minister a direct line between some of the violence seeing and some of the things. His party has been a spouse. Your Tony last year. A lawmaker from Modi's party expressed admiration. Not for Mahatma Gandhi but for Ghandi's assassin now mody criticized that lawmaker but that did not stop her from winning election in her district by a huge margin troubling times in India karate. Thanks for stopping by. Thanks Brad and one last thing on his question for you if you're Catholic and you're giving up meat on Fridays for length. This year are impossible burgers okay. We Fed beef lovers with no beef. You can't imitate beat but just tastes better. Turns out these beef. Lovers love plants to hostile. I'm a damn fool possible. This is become a real question that clergy have been facing this year because on its face and to meatless Burger. There's no meat right. Like why would that be a problem but the whole point of these newer plant based Burgers? Is they taste exactly like beef at the even use the same way. You're not supposed to be able to tell the difference can be Friday. Swear it's not beef. That is why the Director of divine worship for the archdiocese of Chicago asks. What are you sacrificing? Exactly like? It's not really in the spirit of the thing that sad according to the Chicago Tribune. He says it's not necessarily against the rules. Other Catholic leaders say it's not a huge concern and restaurants continue to push lenten menus with heavy emphasis on meatless burgers but if lent is all about eliminating indulgences a lot of Young Christians. See MORE FERTILE TERRITORY. These days a break from social media a commitment to volunteer services popular and increasingly spending forty days with the environment in mind is a popular idea and they will tell you one of the first steps to living sustainably is to go vegan never really a problem with the old. Veggie burgers right because everyone just kind of agree like this is a sacrifice start here is produced by David Ryan Kelly Tarez Josko an Tara Jimbo and Lauren. Ephron thanks to Elizabeth Rousseau John Newman Jeffords Gerald adolescence stationed is she skew special. Thanks to Eric Strauss. They th- and Luna Isabel Philippe Pondicherry Francis and Ali. Brad milkey Monday.

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"fever" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"fever" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"By giving you fever. That's kind of the same answer as the last one. Honestly you clarify your really close. I'll give you that. I just want to hear me okay. So so when your body temperature rises because an infection. That's how the beavers are caused by chemicals called pyro Jen's flowing through the bloodstream. HYDROGENS are substance typically produced by a bacteria hydrogens make their way to the hypothalamus in the brain surgeons bind to certain receptors in the hypothalamus body. Temperatures rise one purpose of a fever is thought to be to raise the body's temperature enough to kill off certain bacteria and viruses sensitive to temperature changes. Okay so far but yeah I'll take it but I'm just gonNA kindly as my high both album issues too. It's a little bit better because I can't be getting fevers ever again. I quit that yeah. I can't don't do that. I don't think there's anything having a fever like I really can't name one thing. I've gotten hundreds of Migraines in my life and Migraines migraines version really bad. That sucks too. I'd say migraines in like Migraines constipated. Fevers nothing comes close to those just absolute tears and I deal with all those things you know. And it's God gives his toughest battles to strongest soldiers in me. Being concentrated in once a week is just that okay. He's like you know what you know. this no one else can handle those things like me with a lot of mental strength. It takes off mentoring. It's not easy anyway. Well League next no. Next time I get a fever I will definitely be posing it on mainstream story tomorrow. When you're coming out of my mouth fishing for compliments you will see it not even fishing for homeland fishing for somebody to come over and like rub my back or something? That sounds weird. I I love that though I league of my friends like if I'm like are you caring. You know what I mean like. They love that. I'm very sensitive. Thank you just wore off ski for sponsoring this episode of stupid genius. Have you been naughty or nice. This year Swarovski is just the SPARGO for you. Celebrate this holiday season with must have designs for every style and personality that are perfect forgiving or self gifting.

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"fever" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"fever" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"Relapse. Some of them never improved completely and unfortunately also about thirty percent died of malaria area right because it's so bad yes because malaria especially there wasn't always control for which type of malaria and sometimes they'd get it wrong. They thought a patient had one type and and they really had a different type of malaria and some of them are more aggressive than others or more fatal chill. Malaria may have that really bad stuff. They just want to the fund malaria and it was hilarious serious malaria. Why would you need to get out of a field trapper. You dream circles that malaria so he <hes> he continued to do these these treatments and as he published results it became <hes> so interesting to the rest of medical community that a lot of other people started following suit and and they tried other types of fevers. They <hes> tried something herat by fever. There was a an african relapsing fever all kinds of things that we probably would identify different names today but basically let's let's give our patients something to make them sick and then get a fever and then maybe it'll cure their tertiary syphilis <hes> in some places instead of giving them inoculations of blood from other patients they would actually like get mosquitoes does that carry malaria and like capture them and just put them on the patient like put like a little cup or something over it so it had to sit on your arm until it home plate you home pleasant. It's also kind of exploitative for the mosquito right. What do you want me to just perform on command. I'm not a robot. I e on hungary. Maybe a little while by this dude but gimme a sec. You know they've done this. I may have mentioned this in our malaria upset but they've done this in places to look like the density of like mosquitos in an area like they'll have people just sit out and get bitten and count how many mosquito bites they get period of time tonight work if you can get it but <hes> i love science <hes> but anyway for all of this work and then all the people who followed in his footsteps zia he won the nobel prize for medicine for the discovery of malaria therapy for tertiary listen 1927 voice and this was this was used for quite a while eventually they they started creating something called fever machines. That's a good. I got a bad name rank. I i don't know i don't know it's a good name. Definitely definitely a more exposure. It's a it's a good name. They start getting these fever machines or fever cabinets <hes> and they use this technology based on all tra- sounds to like heat up these big. They look kind of like iron lungs. It's like a big thing you lay in like your head sticks out and they get they make you really hot. They induce a temperature of one hundred and four and four hundred and five they want to get you really hot like a very serious fever <hes> to to treat at the time it could be any kind of infection like it was tertiary syphilis but they tried it for other infections that were resistant to any other treatment <hes> they tried it for cancer when we can diagnose but had no idea what to do with cancer. They started using this kind of treatment for cancer. <hes> you can find a lot of cool pictures of this online. If you're interested i would recommend google. Oh it is cool sittard either call. I ever gonna think they're cool. They also do this and that showed the nick. The they cure a case of tertiary souflias john hodgman's the neck they cure case of syphilis with a fever cap and i remember thinking like no way but you know the thing is there's enough data to say there may have been some people who went into remission from this from this therapy <hes> from heating people up <hes> it is possible bull that this did work somewhat sometimes <hes> obviously it wasn't an ideal treatment <hes> and fell out of favor for multiple reasons and this was used. I should say this was was used standardly until like the fifties but of course antibiotics came around in the forties and that would that would be the death knell for a lot of <hes> interesting justin but ineffective treatments actions so with the rise of antibiotics. We had a much safer. Orioles antibiotics much safer much more effective treatment for syphilis. <hes> you know also we you know consider giving patients infectious diseases intentionally <hes> unethical ethical grab so we would not give a patient malaria today and it's and it's an interesting conversation because he did i mean his justification is what a lot of bad science is based don well. We don't have anything else and you're gonna die of this so i might as well try this and that's i mean that's unethical. There's a reason we don't we don't do that. That's not good enough for sure. I are b- approval you gotta do better. You can't just say well. We don't have anything else to try it <hes> but this came out of the heroic era of medicine so when everything was a little higgledy-piggledy legal the penalty i mean it was just like i have no idea what i'm doing but i'm dr so let's go look at this cool mirror. My head come on. I'm gonna give have you malaria now. So obviously we don't do this anymore. <hes> there is some interest in like the concept of elevating the body temperature richer to help alongside other treatments for infections or for cancer. I saw that there's some of that research that's been done but none of this is like standard right now. So if anybody's offering you fever therapy for your cancer fever therapy for an infection i would raise an eyebrow at that. That's not real because i mean this is all just an interesting area of research and it would all be used in conjunction with real monreale madison antibiotics or chemotherapy or whatever the these these are the ways in which this research is being done but nobody is advocating to give people malaria or any other infection. <hes> please don't do that <hes> but generally speaking fever fever. I think this is one important point to make about fever. It has been scary throughout history because a lot of times people got fevers and died and we had no idea why and there was nothing we could do right. We have many many treatments. Now i still think fevers are kind of scary. <hes> fritzy for your parent yes especially in kids they can be they can make you feel really helpless and it can be really scary but it is important to know that the fever in and of itself is generally harmless to your body audie <hes> obviously very high temperatures or sustained fevers. You know if you're getting temperatures up over one zero three. I i would be concerned about that. <hes> there are things like febrile seizures like a seizure associated with a fever usually happen in children and they can be quite upsetting although generally they are harmless. They can very scary <hes> and things like that. I would get evaluated for of course you're going to anyway <hes> but fevers that you don't know where they're coming from or whatever but but a lot out of the time this idea i see a lot of people like we've got to get you on the cycle of tylenol and then ibuprofen tylenol an ivy proven in an ice you down and do a cold bath and <hes> all this stuff to like fight a fever and we've been those parents. You really don't have to do that. The vast majority of the time treating fever can make you feel oh better and that's worthwhile. I'm not saying it's not but you don't have to you. Don't have to most of the time it's not. It's not necessary. It's gonna it's you need to address the underlying cause and once the underlying cause is either being treated or in a lot of things like the common cold allowed to run its of course. You don't necessarily have to do anything about the fever so so. I think that that's that's useful to remember <hes> <hes> folks. Thank you so much for listening to our program to play us out <hes> this week from their two thousand and eleven album living in oblivion. This is the fever machine so.

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"fever" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

12:19 min | 1 year ago

"fever" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"You had teased a little better. You're gonna tell me about what fevers can do right eight. Yes okay so because we have had this concept that fevers are intentional our bodies attempt to kill an invading organism because we've had this idea for a long time a lot of doctors and people who weren't really doctors practice medicine throughout history from ancient times tmz have theorized that you could use a fever to fix disease if you could make fevers happen then you could cure diseases uses as well <hes> and this is caparo therapy. It's using a fever to treat things. I have found the quote well. It's been paraphrased. I don't know what the the exact quote is supposed to be but basically it's if i could produce as well as treat intermittent fevers i would be the greatest physician of all time <hes> and it has been attributed to i found it in several different articles and everyone it said as hippocrates once said as disparities once said as more hall once said i don't know who said it maybe all of them but the idea that that the fever was so important that we just need to learn how to harness its power. The power of the fever to treat treat disease is is pretty pervasive. <hes> hippocrates was one of the first to propose that <hes> if we could he observed a patient agent who had epilepsy greatly improve after about of malaria and he was one of the first ones to say man. If there was a way we could just do that anything with epilepsy galaxy not that i'm aware of no <hes> gaylon wrote about a case of melancholia which was probably depression is what we probably would have said now. Melancholy is what they say <hes> that was greatly improved after they had some sort of illness that included a fever <hes> there were <hes> a a lot of ideas about this but nobody actually tried it until the eighteenth century and that's when you first start to read some light case reports of <hes> people with usually some sort of psychiatric illness it was really focused on that and epilepsy cases were included as well because it used to be thought of as a psychiatric illness <hes> epilepsy epilepsy and then different forms of depression or anxiety or schizophrenia bipolar disorder. Those sorts of things were attempted to be treated by wrapping people really warm blankets and elevating their temperatures or putting them in a really hot bath. There were some scattered reports of like actually actually infecting people with things like e. Coli was used in one case kosh. Give someone e-coli so that they get a fever in response to that to try right a cure what whatever illness they had but nobody was really doing it. Routinely or any sort of lake controlled scientific nick experimental world yeah just like i don't know i read about this pocket tees or bore hav. Maybe somebody said it so you've been in science so in the twentieth century is when we really start to see people trying out pyro therapy for real and this can mainly be credited to an austrian psychiatrist tryst euless wagner von your egg who <hes> in one thousand nine hundred seventeen quota name. Yes announced the discovery of malaria malaria fever therapy <hes> as as a cure specifically for what was called the general paralysis of the insane g._p. I is what they call that let but what this really was was late stage syphilis tertiary syphilis <hes> because late late stages of syphilis the little spire keats the little little bugs get in the brain rain and you can begin to manifest psychiatric symptoms neurological symptoms and things like that but of course at this point in history. Nobody really knew that it was late stage syphilis <hes> there's a lot of debate about how to treat it because no one knew what caused it and so it really fell to psychiatrists to manage it even though as we would eventually discover i think it was around nineteen thirteen that syphilis was the cause and this was actually an infectious disease that need to be treated as opposed to a psychiatric illness that was managed differently <hes> so <hes> your egg was one one of the was a psychiatrist and so he was interested in in ways to treat g._p._a. I in in new methods since nothing so far had been very very effective <hes> and he observed at one of his patients <hes> hilda who was inpatient at the at the hospital in the psychiatric gastric unit <hes> recovered after an attack of era civilised so some so strep infection the patient had a strep infection action had high fevers got better and he also noticed that a lot of the psychiatric symptoms that she was manifesting also improved after she recovered from her fever and so his theory was while the heat of the fever must have killed whatever was causing this <hes> so he he he decided the best way to mimic this is to give patients the same thing that the patient had that hilda had in order to you treat their g._p._a. So that was the first thing he tried. He actually gave patients. Water had strep bacteria streptococcal bacteria in it similar to what would cost strep throat wrote he he basically gave patients strep throat and i'm i'm gonna go ahead and assume that was terrifically effective and that is why we still give ourselves servicer at all the time to this day. Whenever ever we catch a stray syphilis. I know it was it was not it was not particularly effective exact. I guess at giving people strep throat. It was prob <hes> probably effective if that was your a couple days off school you and miss a field trip. You want a good excuse to eat some nichols. He's got you so he so so. He tried that that didn't work very well. So then he tried to burke ulan. <hes> and tuberculosis is derived from tuberculosis <hes> from toxin oxen and it it actually is like used to make the vaccine against burke uses which we don't use in the u._s. but these other places and <hes> there was a lot of research research being done on to brooklyn at the time and a lot of thought that it could be used in good other good medical applications turkey and sounds like the worst artificial sweetener of all time time now made with tuberculin never ever if you see that don't don't don't buy anything with berkeley and folks. It's delicious yes. Yes we know so he so he started treating patients with the berkeley and actually published a series of papers based on this indicating some success that he you did notice some improvement in his patients with g._p._a. Which as as we're doing these different studies <hes> these occur over the course for many years by the way like his first idea that fear of therapy could be used for g._p._a. <hes> he he doesn't do anything with it for like five or six six years and then he starts doing some of these studies and he stops for a while when they don't work very well and then he tries him again so this whole course takes place over many years and during the course of all these different studies is his win. They actually figure out that syphilis is the cause of g._p._a. They still don't know how to treat it right but they ha- they have by now figured out that syphilis as the cause <hes> but so he's is using the tuberculin and he's doing the fevers and some of his patients seemed to be recovering from the syphilis tertiary syphilis g._p._s. he even wrote that one of the patients that he treated with to berkeley and the next day <hes> her family came to visit her and her sister came up to him and said what have you done with my sister. She has suddenly become intelligent mississippi brian. If i've ever heard one that's very just within earshot of it just like just barely within hearing range. She's like hey hey. Did you say that about me. I mean mr misheard. I didn't say anything philis philis so but the problem was even though he was having some some success with this debris or so his research indicated the there was a lot of argument in the medical community at this time as to the toxicity of berlin and there were a lot of people saying that it could do things that couldn't do and a lot of people who were so concerned that we should just stay away from it altogether so it was kind of a controversial thing to be using and not and he he really didn't want to be associated with all of that argument at that moment to live in peace and give fevers malaria wants to hey. We're not there yet. He's not even a malaria. It just wants to give them fevers. <hes> and he also wasn't completely satisfied with the results because a a lot of his patients would relapse later so they would seem to get better for a while but then they would revert to the symptoms of tertiary syphilis again and so he started looking for other other sources of infection to cause the fever other ways that he could trigger a fever and patient it was around this time that a mass <hes> soldier her who had been at the macedonian front came was admitted to the hospital for some injuries and he also happened to have malaria and your i noticed this and before he could be treated he he kind of told the other doctors weighed in and don't treat as malaria just yet admiral quick. Let me let me get it that malaria blood i need. I need some of that malaria blood so we went and he took a sample of the soldiers blood <hes> and he injected it into several of his patients who had the g._p. Who had the tertiary syphilis <hes> and then after he did that he got worried wife wife for the obvious reasons not for the obvious reasons he may have history does not say whether or not he was worried about that but we do know that he was worried read that perhaps he could cause an outbreak of malaria if there was an awful lease mosquito hanging around because that's the way malaria spread it's mosquito spreads it person to person not directly from person to person than people he didn't want to definitely give malaria to get malaria and then and then everybody would be a your egg egg. You give everybody malaria. All our syphilis is great though but now malaria so he started to get worried about that so he and went and he got one of his other patients is what does the what's documented. He got another one of his patients and said hey. I want you to go outside and catch as many the bugs you can just whatever bugs just catch some bugs and bring them back to me. You know it's okay if they're dead. I just need to see a patient was being treated for terminal normal gullibility very sad. It'd be misused in this way. The beijing sign caught a bunch of bugs brought them back to dr your egg and and gave them to him and he examined the mall and decided none of these are the anopheles mosquito. Which is the mosquito that has you have to have that mosquito to get the kip carry the malaria so he said none of these are the anopheles mosquito uh-huh so good small sample so my patient has captured of bugs. I picture this in the middle of the night like poor guy running around catching bugs anyway anyway so he was happy they weren't and so he wasn't gonna cause an outbreak of malaria so he he he followed the patients that he treated and he found that several of of them seem to get better. The syphilis symptoms seemed to resolve or at least improved greatly <hes> and so based on these results. He continued these experiments. It's in and he many published a whole series of cases every time we'd get more patients than he had to have somebody nearby on malaria right have access to a malaria patient which wasn't terribly ably hard at the time but he would go get blood from someone who had malaria and then injected into the new patients he had and <hes> and what he found at the end of it all with all the different cases treated many patients this way is that <hes> it offered about a thirty percent chance of complete remission pretty good converter. A lot of patients still did relapse..

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"fever" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"fever" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"This is way after we got married before and finally learned that like i i guess i've always associated like if it's above ninety eight point six then the fever basically that's a fever. Your body temperature varies throughout the day. It is <hes> depending on the activities. You've done depend on the temperature of the room the ambient temperature. I mean if you're outside and it's really hot. If you've just had a meal he'll can vary throughout like an osceola 'tory cycle and a person who has obviously tori cycles. I mean like there are a lot of different reasons that your temperature varies so if you have a temperature of ninety nine you do not have a quote unquote low grade fever okay just just a little point there hundred point four greater now in we have obviously been having fevers since ancient times because yeah as far as i know humans have been having fevers as long as there have been humans <hes> but if you look back to like ancient greek and roman writings you don't see a lot of distinction between fever the symptom and the fever as in some sort of disease process because a lot of times <hes> disease that was causing a fever within the community something that would be like communicable like the flu going around or or in a lot of these cases. It was malaria larrea they would just say oh. It's the fever because people got a fever and it's contagious and we don't really know what it is and sometimes they'd say like the fever with a rash or the fever with you know the the red spots the fever with the sore throat fever with the headache like they'd kind of fever with a cough and all of these these were probably correlated with different infectious diseases that we would now test for or diagnose clinically or whatever but the fever and fever were used kind of interchangeably really so sometimes it's hard to tell what they're trying to like diagnose treat of fever or the fever <hes> they knew it was an elevated temperature aperture that weather talking about a fever or the fever either way. We're talking about something where you got hotter. The greek word pyrex zia which were there were fever pyrex. Yeah it the and the verb of it translates to. I am on fire interesting. <hes> pyrex is <hes> material used in a lot of baking stuff stuff. That is a heat proof glass barracks. It'd be good for being on fire wouldn't wouldn't because galen talks about a fever saying that basically you have an excess of heat and that was a lot of the early greek writers and then the roman writers talked about the idea that fever was this this excess heat that had accumulated in the body that comes from the heart and then is pumped out of the heart through the arteries and spreads throughout the body and it was really he's seen as like a substance of sorts like a whole other thing there was this there was this stuff that was heat and it was flowing through your body and we could tell because you're hot right <hes> there were certain connections that were drawn like hippocrates talked about if you have a lot of headaches a lot of fevers that keep coming with headaches <hes> <hes> then you probably gonna die so i don't know exactly maybe meningitis is what that was talking about but like you you can see riders connecting like this fever not so big a deal this fever. If you have this with it i mean. We don't know what it is but you're going to die. I think you're probably gonna buy is one that people should have leaned on a lot more in ancient times because if you think about like if you sell someone like oh that's about fever ear. There's two outcomes outcomes late one they die and then you're like got another one new call it or they come back. Head didn't in die think are multiple gods. What a gift. What a gift. What a gift man awesome awesome so glad to be wrong on this one anyway. They'll be sixty sixty druckman. That sounds like a good idea but i can tell you in practice i that would that is not something i would endorse. I can't imagine the fall out of me telling all my patients like well. This is probably fatal. No i mean by <hes> just stop at the desk for your bill <hes> so gaylon went on all the work of his predecessors to take all that and breakdown fevers into three main types so and this kind of got into like what they thought caused a fever cause a fever was not necessarily seen as like just a symptom that can be connected to a multitude of diseases says or processes right because that's what a fever is caused by one thing fevers caused by lots of different things to symptom <hes> but there there was a thought that a fever ver- wasn't it was a distinct thing in and of itself and that there could be certain types of them that occur independent of whatever might be going on in the body audie so there were ephemeral fevers which were like the no big deal fevers and this is probably like a fever that was caught in connection with something like a cold like viral illness and they they would say well. You have an ephemeral fever. I don't know what's going on with you but it's going to go away pretty quickly and you should be fine and that was probably right. <hes> there were also fevers that could be caused ause by a corruption of humors <hes> so you're humor's different ones can become like putrid and then they would cause fevers and so you get different fevers linked to different humor's you know becoming pewter go bad odors click on mm for podcast so she could click on podcast audio so you could click whenever we started talking about humor's and take them to five minute diversion about how humans are fake thing thing that are not real like probably gonna address these as if they're thing but the humor's method now greece many sums of madison throughout history believed that there were four humors in the human the body that you had to keep balanced in order to maintain health you know the black bile yellow bile listener but if you're new to the show you should know that humor is our nothing. This is not the thing i mean we do have blood. We do have flown. We do have bio but this is not what okay so three out of four a._b._c.'s moral system make it a company name stayed all of everything else i was wrong <hes> and then there are also hectic fevers which were the worst the most unpredictable the most dangerous fevers and all of these things we could probably go back and look at descriptions is and link each case too. What was the likely you know was. The smallpox was this malaria. Was this typhoid what what was going on. We can probably do that now. In retrospect act <hes> later avezzano would build on a lot of this work and correctly say listen <hes> all this humor stuff is wrong. He identified infection is probably the main thing that's happening behind these fevers all of these <hes> fever curves and everything this is nice like oh you have fever every third a day for day whatever that's cool but it's probably from an infection <hes> as far as what people did about feverish well a lot of what was done is a lot of what we talk about when we get into hugh moral medicine the humor system of madison which again is fake. Will you just balance your humor with you know letting <music> some of one out or trying to put more of one in so bloodletting like leaching and cutting open a vein and bleeding people very common medics things to make you puke laxatives tips to make you poop diuretics to make p <hes> just something to get a humor out depending on what type of fee for fever it was considered would be the most common <hes> target especially especially bleeding a person bleeding a person because blood was thought to be hot and so hot blood get what i get the blood out to bleeding most common now i always like to see what plenty of the elder has to say about things plenty our old buddy plenty always writes extensively about everything ever anywhere and there was a <hes> a roman win goddess of fever febrise and you could make offerings and create amulets in february name to protect you from fever and so as a result plenty documents a whole lot of things that you could do <hes> because he says basically doctors can't do anything so amulets or your best bet. You're you're gonna wanna go ambulance help you but you are you should go the amulet so so for so here's an example the dust in which a hawk has bathed itself can be tied up in linen cloth with a red string and attached to the body do that just find the dust in which a hawk has bathed perfect. I know lots of hawks around you could take the longest tooth of a black dog where it as an amulet best of luck the unhappy dog <hes> you can also the first wasp that you see in the current year. I'll never find that again. If you can catch it remember it was may thirteenth. You need to catch it though with your left hand and you can buy it below your chin when he had an out so i assume you wanna dead i because i mean it's a loss <hes> that plenty you knew that was was be cut off a viper's. There's head rapid in a linen cloth. <hes> you could also take the vipers heart. I mean you've got the viper right. You've already head off you might as well take its heart to <hes> eager. Wrap that and let 'em cloth. I guess <hes> you can also take the tips of mouses ears and wrap. Does it's all red cloth. The red cloth seems to be big. Just the renshaw red claw. These are all amulets you could you could create. Do you think i have a question for you he he he it does say to swallow a few things like the heart of sea diver so there are some things as a kind of bird but that's yeah it's kind of bird. Shocker occur stays heart. I messed up the garden but i'm in jail. <hes> can add some pepper they had. 'em so hard not to say emily at. Do you think that's what child says. She's ruined pronunciation for so many words like angry at or regular regular okay. Do you think an amulet amulet emulate rentals. Do you think they did rental. I guarantee there are people who sold amulets not sold a rant rental now that i don't know but i guarantee he they so don't need them. After you got better so i would see it would ward it off to these would also ward off fevers. Might i'm not gonna wear all always worth pound care yeah but thirty amulets is a pound so that's <hes> that's hanging around my neck now. I've got now got some lower back issues because i'm wearing all these ding dang ambulance. I'm just saying that once. You've taken the time to cut the head off viper and all that like you're not gonna wanna get rid of that gap. It's you're going to loan it to your friend jared era for cash. Maybe i just think they had a brisk amulet rental business. He does advise some things you can take <hes> like prophylactic prophylactically <hes> like swallows deng with some goats milk and raisin wine and do what with new the drinking okay and that's like a fever prevention also the skin of an asp pruitt engine. That's so wild that i'm going to drink swallows closed done because i don't want to get a fever haley. I don't care how little they understood what medicine they have to know that makes no sense. You have to understand even though fevers are still scary to people today and they were a heck of a lot scarier back when a fever mitt well. You might just die now now. We have no idea what's happening. We have no idea how to fix it. Good luck so it makes more sense in that context now just an i've been talking about how to fix a fever but i want to talk about what fever can fix okay. Stu it the first off. Let's go to the billing department..

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"fever" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"fever" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

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