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Biden says his advisers will lead with 'science and truth'

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | Last month

Biden says his advisers will lead with 'science and truth'

"Science and truth we believe in both so, said President elect Joe Biden today as he introduced his team of Scientific advisors correspondent Michelle Franzen reports the Biden Harris administration campaigned on putting a priority on science. I've always said that Biden Harris administration will also no lead. We're gonna leave with science and truth, We believe them both. On Saturday, President elect Joe Biden named key members for his White House team, Dr Eric Lander, nominated to head the Office of Science and Technology Policy, along with presidential science advisor to the first time in history. I need to be elevating presidential science advisor to a Cabinet rank. Because we think it's that important doctor Alondra Nelson for deputy director and co chairs for the president's Council of Advisers, Dr Frances Arnold and Dr Maria Zuber. Biden says they will help tackle some of the biggest crisis facing the U. S, including climate change the pandemic

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FDA considers cutting vaccine doses to stretch supply

Sean Hannity

00:25 sec | Last month

FDA considers cutting vaccine doses to stretch supply

"The federal government is Stram scrambling to increase the supply of vaccine. A new proposal suggests doling out half doses of the modern a vaccine to some people. The idea was announced by Monica Absolutely the chief scientific adviser of the government's operation worked speed program on face the nation. It's not clear whether Madonna or the FDA would agree, nor whether the stretch strategy is scientifically

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Mexico Begins Covid Vaccine Rollout

Coronavirus 411

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Mexico Begins Covid Vaccine Rollout

"By april first. The chief scientific advisor for operation warp speed said the frequency of allergic reactions to the pfizer vaccine is higher than what would be expected for other vaccines discussions are underway between the vaccine makers and the nih about

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18 million people in U.K. ordered to "stay at home" as new COVID strain emerges

Atlanta's Morning News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

18 million people in U.K. ordered to "stay at home" as new COVID strain emerges

"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson orders a lockdown in the country after a new, faster spreading strain of Corona virus is detected. UK chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Balance says this new variant should be taken seriously becoming the dominant variant. It is beating all the others in terms of transmission. So this virus transmits and spreads fast. Several European countries and Canada have banned travel to and from the UK for now that the U. S has yet to follow suit. It's believed the current covert vaccine still works against this new strain.

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US to ship millions of vaccine doses Monday

People, Passion and Politics with Robert Patillo

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

US to ship millions of vaccine doses Monday

"Is expressing confidence that we're just months away from mass Corona virus vaccine distribution, he tells ABC s this week. He's confident Americans who want to get a vaccine will be able to do so. By June. He expects the next vaccine that's being developed will have an authorization submitted next month. Six million doses of Madonna's covert 19 vaccine are being shipped across the country. Today. It's the second vaccine approved for use in the United States to address the raging Corona virus pandemic. Doctor Moncef Slowey says the first modern a vaccine will likely be given in a matter of hours on CNN's state of the union, the chief scientific adviser for Operation Warp Speed, says he expects that to happen Monday morning. Cameron

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FDA looking into allergic reactions reported after Pfizer COVID-19 shot

People, Passion and Politics with Robert Patillo

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

FDA looking into allergic reactions reported after Pfizer COVID-19 shot

"The first modern, A vaccine will likely be given in a matter of hours on CNN's state of the Union, the chief scientific adviser for Operation Warp Speed. Says. Even with two vaccines available, the pandemic will get worse with surges during the holiday season. The rollout of Fizer is Corona virus vaccine is running into trouble. The Food and Drug Administration is probing several incidents of allergic reactions and people who received the cove it 19 vaccine, forcing the Centers for Disease control to revise advice. On who should receive the inoculation

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:51 min | 2 months ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Irvine. California Health Department is reporting a huge increase in Corona virus cases over the last 24 hours, nearly 54,000 new positive cases statewide. That's a new Dehli high since the pandemic began, however, we should point out that increases in part because of a backlog of reporting cases. Also 293 additional deaths are being reported. Which brings California's death toll to nearly 21,500. The positivity rate increased to 11%. That's up slightly from yesterday and today's case count includes just over 41,000 newly reported cases and the remaining ones are from previous days. 4 33 had you see alive those on the front lines getting shot in the arm today. First two doses first of two doses of fighters. Corona virus vaccine close to 4000 Frontline health care workers from doctors and nurses to Jan. Dinners were receiving their first doses of the vaccine from this batch, which actually covers people here at U. C L A and three other hospitals. Er Doctor Um Adele Briggs. Melanson was the first person to get the shot today as emergency personnel were trained for disasters were trained for. We're trained for things such as heart attacks and gunshot wounds. Earthquakes, you name it, but we have never experienced something like this. Over the past 10 months. She's due to get her second shot in a few weeks and strongly encourage Just people to get the vaccine Doctor Robert Cherry, who's the chief medical and quality officer, U C. L, A health tells can ax. He's encouraged by all the vaccine clinical trials that are going on the more that seems that they're out there in our tool kit. More opportunity there is for people to get vaccinated quickly and not just to the U. S. But around the world at U C L A. John Baird, KNX 10 70. News radio has been mostly positive marks with this week's rollout of visors. Corona virus Vaccine Doctor Moncef Slough We chief scientific adviser Toe Operation Warp Speed tells CNBC's health returns conference. Things have been fairly seamless. So far, there have been reports of very small damages to the The boxes on things like that, but not a single vial of vaccine lost or destroyed, he says. The hope remains, they'll be able to immunize 100 million people by the end of the first quarter of 2021. Speaking at the same conference, Dr Anthony Fauci says they have to get the message to the public that the vaccine is safe if we can get the overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated Why, let's say the end of the second, the beginning of the third quarter. By the time we get into mid fall of 2021, we could be approaching some level of normality that would include things like indoor dining schools opening and going to theaters to get back to normal, Fauci says. Between 75 85% of the population will need to get vaccinated. The president elect will get the vaccine is early as next week. Mr Biden says he'll receive the shots publicly. Vice President Mike Pence plans to be Vaccinated Friday. His office is the vice president's second lady Karen Pence, and the surgeon general Jerome Adams, will all receive the vaccine at the White House. Ella's new D A. Is defending his sweeping reforms. This as some are calling for him to leave. We'll have more after traffic. It's 4 35 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives to Miss Fonda. We've gotta closure on Los E. Anna. God and this is between Jefferson and Obama. So you know that's always a very busy place. And any time of the day, but particularly right now, eh? So you need to take library A. There was a shooting in the parking lot at the target just off lost Cienega. Now let's go to Scotts, Southern California Troy dealer Sky one. He is over the closures on the four or five of the supposed to pass. Well, we had a brush fire earlier this afternoon on the four or five right, a Getty center drive,.

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It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China

World Affairs Council

02:06 min | 2 months ago

It's Been One Year Since the First Case of COVID Was Found in China

"It's been just about a year since the first symptomatic cases of a new coronavirus were reported in Wuhan, China. Viral pneumonia has hit central China's Fu Han city authorities have reported 27 cases in total, seven of which are critical. More than 35 million people in China are now on a travel lockdown. More than 800 have been sickened and 26 have died. As the virus spread like wildfire in Europe, we turned to one of the world's leading infectious disease specialists. My name's Larry. Brilliant. I'm an epidemiologist. Dr. Larry Brilliant, is CEO of Pan defense. He's best known for playing a key role in eradicating smallpox, a scourge of humanity for centuries. He previously led the school foundation's global threats fund. Was founding director of Google dot org's and he was scientific advisor for the 2011 film contagion back in March, right before the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic. This is how he assessed the situation. Very this is going to be a bumpy road. This is going to change the world for the next 12 to 18 months. They'll be outbreaks in States and countries they'll be cleared up the return again sees now they will play a small role in it. Travel and accidents replace small role in it. The case fatality rate will go up or down, not because it really changes or the virus changes. Based on how rapidly we find light cases or how rapidly we report deaths, But you have to realize that this is a novel coronavirus. And that there's nearly eight billion of us on the planet. None of us have immunity, except for a small handful. This disease is not going to go away by itself. We don't have an antiviral. We will not have a vaccine for 12 to 18 months. We're in for we're in for a tough time. But it is not A mass

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U.S. vaccine chief sees "light at the end of the tunnel"

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. vaccine chief sees "light at the end of the tunnel"

"As approval for the covert 19 vaccine seem to be fast approaching, possibly as early as this week. One question arises to the top. Once you're vaccinated. Can you still be a spreader? Dr. Mancini's Slowey, Operation Works speed chief scientific adviser while although saying there is a light at the end of the tunnel, addressing the now thorny issue of the vaccine and possible, continual spreading, we don't know the answer to that very important question, I think, given the level of efficacy achieved That most people will control the virus to the extent that they will not be infectious to others, But we yet have to demonstrate that from CNN's state of the Union and what about those vaccine green lights? How soon can they come? Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar and I believe we could see FDA authorization within days, but it's going to go according to FDA is gold standard process

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Vaccine chief Moncef Slaoui sees "light at the end of the tunnel" by spring

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Vaccine chief Moncef Slaoui sees "light at the end of the tunnel" by spring

"The covert 19 vaccines and question that some health experts say could get the federal stamp of approval assumes this week. Some health experts also saying they do see the light. See the light at the end of the tunnel, Doctor Doctor Moncef Moncef slowly slowly Operation Operation Warp Warp speed speed chief chief scientific scientific adviser. adviser. About About those those vaccines vaccines and and the the nation's nation's older older population population when when we we might might see see that that turn turn around around the the vaccine efficacy As we have seen. It actually starts reasonably quickly after the first those of vaccine and then his further maintained with the second those on therefore I was hopeful that by the end of the month of January We should already see quite a significant decrease in the mortality and severe morbidity associate ID in the elderly population.

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Trump Covid vaccine czar says side effects 'significantly noticeable' in 10% to 15% of recipients

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Trump Covid vaccine czar says side effects 'significantly noticeable' in 10% to 15% of recipients

"On just when the FDA authorizes emergency use of covert 19 vaccines, they could be going out within days. Doctor Moncef Slough. He is the chief scientific adviser of operations warp speed, he tells CBS has face the nation that while the vaccines have been tested in 70,000 people, there may be some initial side effects. They're primarily Side effects in the injection sites and the last 1 to 2 days in about 10 or 15% of people, they can have significant, not overwhelming but significant pain readiness at the injection site that can be treated with Advil or tunnel. And also a little bit off fever and chills. Those disappear within 24 to 36 hours with

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Pfizer and BioNTech seek FDA emergency use authorization

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Pfizer and BioNTech seek FDA emergency use authorization

"Now learning Maura about the covert 19 vaccines and question that some health experts say could get federal stamps of approval as soon as this week, and some health experts also saying they do see a light at the end of the tunnel. Dr Dr Mancini Mancini Swallow Swallow We We Operation Operation warp warp speed speed chief chief scientific scientific adviser adviser about about those those covert covert vaccines vaccines in in the the nation's nation's older older population population when when we we might might even even see see that that turnover turnover vaccine. vaccine. Efficacy. As we have seen. It actually starts reasonably quickly after the first those of vaccine and then his further maintained with the second does on. Therefore, I am hopeful that by the end of the month of January We should already see quite a significant decrease in the mortality and severe morbidity associate ID in the elderly population. That's them. CNN State of the union candidates from Fizer developed with Germany's biotech and more donor seeking that emergency authorization from the FDA. That this is after study results confirmed their shots offered strong protection against Cove. It 19.

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Too Much Of A Good Thing: The Cautionary Tale of Biotech Crops

Short Wave

09:03 min | 3 months ago

Too Much Of A Good Thing: The Cautionary Tale of Biotech Crops

"Dan let's start with a little bt crops one. oh one all right. Walk us through how they work. So these genetically modified plants got their superpowers from a bacteria. Let's let julie describe it a little bit for bt in particular They express genes that. Come from a type of bacterium It's really a very common. Bacteria that's found in soils it's called bacillus thuringiensis as the scientific name now. This kind of bacteria is actually poisonous and the larval stage of some major insect pests like corn route worm. Cotton bollworm Which farmers worry about a lot. So what the scientists did was they took some of the genes from bacteria and inserted them into these corn and cotton plants which then made the plants poisonous to the insects just like the bacteria were so now. The plants can actually protect themselves by killing off past that. Try to eat them. Exactly which is a big deal for farmers. Here is david current. He's an entomologist at texas am university. He gives farmers advice on the best way to handle their insect problems. A lot of them are cotton farmers and for them. The effect was dramatic. U we'd have cases before the introduction of bt where You know farmers were having to treat you know it could be ten times. You know for these pests. The ring ten times in a season they could yeah some areas and one bt was introduced. Well our our insecticide sprays just plummeted. And you know in there were guys who wouldn't have to treat it all and that's a big deal for not just the farmers but for the environment right. Dan like those pesticides. Don't just kill the insects year. For right yeah absolutely. Regular insecticides can kill off a whole range of species and mess up the whole ecosystem. Bt crops produced specific proteins that only kill particular insects so those crops are basically harmless to pollinators like bees and beneficial insects. That prey on past help. Keep them under control. It's not toxic to people or birds and for farmers like jonathan evans and north carolina. It meant he didn't have to work so hard is always better for the plant to protect itself. Then i have to go out and try to to spray for the worms. Did it really change farming. Have -solutely i mean you can tend a lot more acres. Were the whole equipment. Got it so jonathan. The farmer loves these crops. Julie who likes insects is happy. When did things start to go sour. Dan well i guess for jonathan it was you know one day in two thousand sixteen when he went out to cotton field and saul some cotton bollworm happily chowing down on his cotton plants and he knew what that meant. Those insects had evolved. He was looking at a new strain of bollworm that the bt protein wouldn't kill and this has been happening more and more often the country right david kerns that insect specialist at texas a and m. says some farmers are pretty disappointed and angry. There's words i can't use but they wanted to know what the heck they're doing paying for a technology and they're still having a spray. Okay dan so let's talk about. Why some of those insects have become resistant to bt crops. Yeah let's get into the science mattie evolution and here we go okay so there's a part of this. It's really simple. You have a gazillion different individual. Let's say cotton bollworm out there. There's genetic variation among them and just by chance. You may very well have a few that have some genetic mutation that makes them a little less vulnerable to the fbi t. Now they're rare normally right no problem share except if you plant these bt crops everywhere you kill off all the other insects and you have. What biologists call selection pressure right those rare individuals. That aren't killed by the gmo will be the only ones that survive and they will find each other and you know what happens next. Mattie they do that birds and the bees and the bugs thing they do they they they mate and offspring and suddenly you have a lot of insects with that. Same genetic trait a new strain of resistant. Insects emerged its evolution. Right in front of your eyes. That is what has happened over and over now. It's complicated because the biotech companies actually deployed a whole series of slightly different bt jeans and we've seen insects evolve resistance. I two one gene and then the next one sometimes it took maybe five years other times. It took a lot longer fifteen even twenty years. And it's patchy in some places the bt crops are still working and other places they aren't okay but the end. This idea of selection pressure has been around for a long time right so clearly. Scientists saw this coming. Oh absolutely did. In fact i was around. I was reporting on this back when there. Were these arguments going on back when the crops were new and university. Scientists were predicting that this would happen. If the genes were overused. They were pushing this idea of refuge to keep it from happening. They said farmers should be required to plant some of their land with non bt crops Just so all those pests. You know those with and without the resistance. Gene could thrive there elway. So in that way the rare insects with genetic resistance to bt wouldn't completely take over because some of those that were sensitive would still be around to be in the gene pool exactly exactly and the companies actually agreed to this in principle but there were these big arguments about how big the refuge had to be. There were some scientists who said at least for some of these bt crops. Farmers should not be allowed to plant those crops on more than half of their land. But the company said that'll never work. Farmers won't go for bt crops at all if there's such strict rules and the companies one and sure enough now there's resistance to bt so scientists like julie are back once again this argument pushing for tighter government rules. We are at an important point where we've seen some examples of what can happen and definitely do need to make some changes. What kind of changes are we talking about here. Dan because it feels pretty late in the game. Right it is. It is but there's one thing that people are focused on there's at least one bt. Gene is still working the bugs of not resistant to it yet so it still is effective against a lot of insects. And it's sort of carrying a lot of the weight right now. It's kind of the last bt. Still standing and scientists are worried. It'll soon break. You know under that weight of overuse especially in the south is used in both corn and cotton to fight off insects so that the environmental protection agency scientific advisers have told the agency it should only allow that gene to be used in one of those crops cotton or corn and it should be caught because controlling the bollworm in cotton is just much much more important economically in corn. It's a minor pest got and cotonou can wipe out your crop. And if you don't let it be used in corn than all those cornfields are that refuge. I see see but the company that owns this gene. Syngenta says no. That's not necessary. And it's not fair and the and the epa is actually backed away from idea. Okay i mean so what happens now dan. Well there are a lot of scientists including julie peterson who say if current farming practices. Don't change. it's possible that all of the bt genes that are currently on the market will stop working reliably within ten years and then farmers will have to find new ways to fight the insects. Maybe they'll be spraying more. Insecticides again or more and this is what julie wants maybe they go back to some more old-fashioned pest control methods you know crop rotations change what crops you plant from year to year. Yeah i mean. Indigenous communities around the world have used that technique for thousands of years some organic farmers due to right the the trick is going to be using those techniques and still producing the kind of big harvest that a lot of farmers and a lot of consumers now depend on. Okay dan charles. Thank you so much for bringing us

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Moderna applies for FDA authorization for its Covid-19 vaccine

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Moderna applies for FDA authorization for its Covid-19 vaccine

"Well dirty joins visor and asking for FDA emergency approval even when and if that happens, wrapping up the vaccination effort will be a massive logistical challenge, says Dr Carlos Del Rio at Emory School of Medicine. The challenge is gonna be the distribution. The charge is gonna be the administration. The challenge will be the storage, the FDA says before it decides to roll out any covert 19 vaccines. It's scientific advisors will publicly debate Whether there's enough evidence behind each candidate. US hospitals have been stretched to the limit as a nation has seen more than 160,000 new cases per day and more than 1400

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The Chicago area plan to walk off the job this morning. I'm Brandon Ison, the antibody drug used by President Trump and his cove in 19 treatment has been approved for emergency use by the FDA. Many Americans are undeterred by warnings about Thanksgiving travel. Joe Biden is starting to fill out his Cabinet positions. WBBM business hasn't P futures up 20 points NASDAQ futures up 41 points. Partly sunny day I had the high of 43 overnight rain mixed with snow and it could have some snow sticking by tomorrow morning, apparently 35 in O'Hare midway and 37 lakefront going up to 43 today. At 5 31 almost 700 workers have some strawberry in nursing homes could be walking off the job at six o'clock this morning. About a half An hour from now strike involves 11 infinity on facilities in the Chicago area. The workers said the company's ignore their help and her call for pandemic pandemic pay and living wages because last contract expired in the month of May. Food and Drug Administration will allow emergency use of the same anti body drug president Trump received as part of his covert 19 treatment. The Food and Drug Administration on Saturday authorized use of the Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc drug for people with mild to moderate symptoms. Tests of the drug are continuing, but early results suggested may prevent hospitalization and emergency room visits. Even if the news appears to be good. Dr. Civil host SEC with Cook County Health says it's best to stay on guard with news of high vaccine advocacy with this, you know, expanded treatment access. I think that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. That doesn't mean that we drop our guard. Right now. Everybody needs to be very careful. There's an incredible amount of virus circulating in the community. And a nice and news radio. One of 5.9 F ound, meanwhile, is the nation waits for five to get emergency approval for its covert vaccine. There are many questions about when and how the vaccine will be distributed Less than a year since the unprecedented vaccine effort began. The first covert 19 vaccines are now expected to be issued within weeks. It could be as early as December. 11th or 12th once emergency approval is granted and what happens after that? Operation Warp speeds. Chief scientific adviser Doctor Monk lives how he had this to say on CNN. The plan is within 24 hours or less from the emergency use authorization, A proven CDC will issue guidance toe All the states. Here are the populations that should be prioritized. The CDC guidance incorporates lessons learned from the 2009 h one n one. Pandemic Response. Maria Garcia CBS News Many Americans appear to be ignoring warnings about the dangers of traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday Friday and Saturday with the two busiest days of the nation's airports since the start of the pandemic, CBS News chief medical correspondent John the Poop says. Even if people test negative for the virus today, that doesn't mean they're not putting their loved ones at risk. Tomorrow, it's a 2 to 14 Day incubation period. That means I could get infected today and will not become infectious, able to infect other people for 2 to 14 days. I could get tested every day up till they five or six and B negative seven or eight B negative, then suddenly turned positive covered death toll across the U. S. Now stands at 5 256,034. CBS News has confirmed President elect Biden's choice. Retired secretary of state will be Tony Blinken, a longtime diplomat member. Mr Biden's inner circle. CBS News reporter Bo Eriksson has more CBS News previously reported Blinking has been acting as Biden's master scheduler, arranging the congratulatory calls from foreign leaders to Biden because the State Department refuses to facilitate these calls. Blinking, told CBS News Intelligence analyst Michael Morrell in September that he expected Mr Biden would reassert American leadership leading with our diplomacy. In addition to sources confirm to CBS News that Linda Thomas Greenfield has been selected as you an ambassador in choosing Ambassador Thomas Greenfield, the distinguished career diplomat over a much rumored celebrity like Pete Buddha Judge President elect Biden is telling the world's leaders that U. S foreign relations will be more like steak than sizzle that CBS News Foreign Affairs analyst Pamela Fuck Well, if you're on the kitchen, cooking Thanksgiving meals in the coming days when I have your hands occupied with cooking, wanna know what's happening, though with your years ask your smart speaker to play WBBM NewsRadio. For all the latest developments, you can multi task quite easily that way. Coming up next traffic and weather It's 5 35/1.

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The Latest: First US immunizations could arrive on Dec. 12

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: First US immunizations could arrive on Dec. 12

"The head of the US effort to produce a corona virus vaccine says the first immunizations could happen in less than three weeks speaking on ABC's this week Dr Monsef salary the chief scientific adviser for operation warp speed says the food and drug administration committee is set to meet on December tenth two consider Pfizer's request for emergency use authorization for its cold mid nineteen vaccine we are ready to start shipping vaccines within twenty four hours from approval Sally expects vaccinations would begin on December twelfth the second day after approval he says mo journey is expected to file for approval of its vaccine by the end of this month the FDA would then meet on December seventeenth two considered that request my camp in Washington

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Pfizer, BioNTech seek emergency use of COVID-19 shots in US

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Pfizer, BioNTech seek emergency use of COVID-19 shots in US

"Vaccine appears to be getting closer. I am sound. She ingress oh fox news. A promising update the potential vaccine produced by pfizer. The fda scientific advisors will have a public meeting on december tenth to review visors request for emergency use of their vaccine visor. Ceo says in addition to seeking approval from the fda. The company has initiated rolling applications to other regulatory authorities around the world we were already underway to make sure we can begin immediately through also company exacts for maderas say their vaccine is ninety four point five percent effective against covid nineteen plan to request emergency use for their vaccine from the fda and the coming

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Bye. Fizer. The FDA scientific advisors will have a public meeting on December 10th to review visors request for emergency use of their vaccine, Peiser CEO says. In addition to seeking approval from the FDA, the company has initiated rolling applications to other regulatory authorities around the world. We will continue the work already underway to make sure we can begin shipping the vaccine immediately after authorization or approval. Also, company exacts for Moderna say their backs. Nina's 94.5% effective against Cove in 19. They plan to request emergency use or their vaccine from the FDA and the coming needs boxes. Christina Coleman, also the FDA authorizes monoclonal antibodies for treatment of covert 19 federal judge in Pennsylvania won't stop officials from certifying election results that show Democrat Joe Biden, winning the state by more than 80,000 votes. Judge Matthew Brand on Saturday turned down the request by the Trump campaign. Is it soft, the state's 20 electoral votes. The Trump campaign is seeking expedited appeal in this case. President like Joe Biden, narrowing down on some top Cabinet picks like Treasury secretary. So here's who was on the short list for Treasury secretary. Formal Federal Reserve governor label Brainard, former Federal Reserve vice chair Roger Ferguson and former Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, who progressives aligned with Senator Warren Tell me they're placing their bets on boxes, Hillary phone and tense time Saturday afternoon in Atlanta because of dueling election result protesters. Yeah, it seems like hundreds of supporters of President Trump and just A few feet away around the corner. You have an anti trump protest, made up of groups like Black Lives matter and in teapots is Charles Well said reporting from Atlanta. America is listening to Fox News. Fox News. The voices America trusts Tucker Carlson. We must demand clean and honest voting regardless of the outcome. Can we speak freely against thinking of for you and standing up for what's right, Sean Hannity Media mob and the Democrats. They lied. We the people deserve better Lauren Group. If Joe Biden actually.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The FDA scientific advisors will have a public meeting on December 10th to review visors request for emergency use of their vaccine, Visor CEO says. In addition to seeking approval from the FDA, the company has initiated rolling applications to other regulatory authorities around the world. We will continue the work already underway to make sure We can begin shipping the vaccine immediately after the recession or approval. Also, company exacts for modernist say their vaccine is 94.5% effective against Cove in 19. They plan to request emergency use or their vaccine from the FDA and the coming needs. Fox is Christina Coleman. Also, the FDA authorizes. Monoclonal antibodies for treatment of covert 19 Federal judge in Pennsylvania won't stop officials from certifying election results that show Democrat Joe Biden winning the state by more than 80,000 votes. Judge Matthew Brand on Saturday turned down the request by the Trump campaign. Is it soft, the state's 20 electoral votes. The Trump campaign is seeking expedited appeal of this case. President like Joe Biden, narrowing down on some top Cabinet picks like Treasury secretary. So here's who was on the short list for Treasury secretary, formal Federal Reserve governor label Brainard, former Federal Reserve vice chair Roger Ferguson and former Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, who progressives Ah lined with Senator Warren. Tell me they're placing their bets on boxes, Hillary phone and tense time Saturday afternoon in Atlanta. Because of dueling election result protesters you have how it seems like hundreds of supporters of President Trump and Justice. Few feet away around the corner. You have an anti trump protest, made up of groups like black lives matter, and Antifa says Charles Well, said reporting from Atlanta America is.

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Pfizer asks U.S. regulators to OK emergency use of COVID vaccine

Wendy Bell

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Pfizer asks U.S. regulators to OK emergency use of COVID vaccine

"Advisor has asked US regulators to allow emergency use of its covert 19 vaccine, starting the process that could bring first shots as early as next month. Over the next few weeks, the FDA and its scientific advisors will decide if there's enough evidence to allow emergency vaccinations for supplies will be ration. Experts say it likely will be spring before there's enough for

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Gov. Kemp renews COVID-19 guidelines as Georgia sees increase in new cases

Kim Komando

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Gov. Kemp renews COVID-19 guidelines as Georgia sees increase in new cases

"The governor is responding to to an an uptick uptick in in Corona Corona virus virus cases cases in in Georgia. Georgia. WSB WSB Jennifer Jennifer Perry Perry governor governor Brian Brian Camp Camp is is extending extending the the state's state's current current coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions through through the the end end of of the the month. month. He's He's also also urging urging Jordan's not to grow complacent. Camp says the state has deployed more than 300,000 rapid tests across the state and stockpiled a 60 Day supply of Peopie. More than 11. Million cases of the Corona virus have now been reported in the US in the most recent million came and less than a week, Joe Biden's scientific advisors will meet with vaccine makers in coming days as the presidential transition remains stalled because of President Trump's refusal to acknowledge that he lost the election.

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Boris Johnson defends lockdown amid criticism of delay

Dan Proft

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

Boris Johnson defends lockdown amid criticism of delay

"Decided last week a lock down light was necessary in light of a sharp rise in cases that has prompted many other European countries to impose more or less drastic restrictions. I'm minister boris johnson defended his decision to impose a second national lock down 40 days after scientific advisors recommended such a move amid criticism that weeks of delay of men thousands, more infections and hundreds of needless deaths Breaking

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And limiting social gatherings to six people, But it's not working. His scientific advisers are pushing for a temporary but strict lock down a so called circuit breaker to get things back under control. I think it's goingto have to. On the longer it leaves it, the worse it will be on the long we'll have to keep it in place. There is huge frustration with the government here over its constant changing of the rules on a dysfunctional track and trace system. Surveys say that people would accept another lock down. What they really want is some clarity that CBS's Elizabeth Palmer Vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will suspend in person events until Monday after two people associated with the campaign tested positive for Corona virus. KCBS political reporter dug Sovereign has been following the story. What we've learned from the campaign is that last night Liz Allen, who's the communications director for Kamala Harris, and she's a veteran of the Obama Biden White House. She's not a long time. Camilla staffer. She tested positive as well as one of the members of their flight crew as they fly around. He's not actually on the Harris staff. They didn't have close contact with Senator Harris. But they went ahead and tested Senator Harris again anyway, and she has tested negative and out of an abundance of caution. She's not going to campaign in person on or traveling all through Sunday, she was supposed to go toe. North Carolina today. That's not happening. She'll be campaigning virtually also her husband, Doug em off, although they weren't together. He's not going to travel today, either. The campaign says former Vice President Joe Biden had no exposure, although He and Harris spent several hours campaigning together in Arizona back on October. 8th. The majority of parents are not in favor students returning to school full time, but a large percentage still wants some sort of in person learning. Hey, CBS is Jennifer Hodges has more tonight on the results of a pole from the California Teachers Association. Only one in 10. Parents say students should be in the classroom full time Our teachers want to be in front of the students. Ito be. Boyd is the president of the California Teachers Association, he says with that said, they do realize the risks involved. We have several counties That I've done so we can go from Modesto to Oakland areas that we seen opening happening too quickly, and then they have to close the C T. A poll found 40% of parents want some sort of in person instruction, 26% say virtual learning should continue. Dr. Bob Harrison, clinical professor at UCSF, says it's important for schools to follow what's happening Overall, we can safely reopen schools when we're also controlling. Call the transmission in the larger community. So as we drive down rates and keep them low in the larger community, then we can reopen schools in a staged manner. Jennifer Hodges, KCBS P. Jeannie, Public power Safety Power Shut off has cause businesses to grind to a halt in those communities that are without electricity. Hey, CBS is mad. Bigler visited one such area in the Oakland Hills to see how people and businesses were doing. Almost all of the businesses here in Montclair are shut down because of the PS PS, except for The safe way, which has a big backup generator, and.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on AP News

"Cove in 19 have caught the attention of the House subcommittee, according to a report in Politico HHS communications aide Michael Caputo and Scientific advisor Paul Alexander pressured officials to alter the CDC is morbidity and Mortality Weekly reports. The weekly journal has long been considered to be free of political interference. According to Politico. One of the complaints was about a report that Children can transmit Corona virus. Alexander asked the CDC to alter it or pull it down because it could impact schools reopening and hurt Trump politically. Mike Rossi, a Washington I. Mike Rossia reporting House Democrats will probe whether Trump Administration officials meddled with CDC data related to the Corona virus pandemic. House subcommittee is looking into reports that Trump Administration political appointees have meddled with government scientific data at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services to better align with President Trump's public statements about the Corona virus pandemic. The Democratic led panel is requesting transcribed interviews with seven officials, including HHS Communications aide Michael Caputo. The New York Times reports, Caputo said in a Facebook video on Sunday. At the CDC has a resistance unit to undermine Trump. Caputo's page has since been made. Private Micro CIA Washington House subcommittee is looking into reports that Trump Administration political appointees have meddled with government scientific data at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Health and Human Services to better align with President Trump's public statements about the Corona virus pandemic. A Democratic led panel is requesting transcribed interviews with seven officials, including HHS Communications aide Michael Caputo. The New York Times reports. Caputo said in a Facebook video on Sunday that the CDC has a resistance unit to undermine Trump. Caputo's page has since been made Private Micro CIA Washington.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on KCRW

"A panel of scientific advisers to the food and drug administration has unanimously voted in favor of wider use of a prescription that fish oil pills medication can help reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes and there's also not reports it's long been known that omega three fatty acids which are abundant in oily fish such as salmon are good for heart health what's much newer to the scene is a fish oil pills approved by the FDA cardiologists Peter Wilson of Emory University has reviewed the evidence behind the drug is called the sepa this is a prescription product at high concentration this purified fish oil which is extracted from sardines and anchovies is currently recommended for a narrow group of people with very elevated triglyceride levels but Wilson was part of a panel of advisers that was asked to weigh in on whether the fish oil pills could also be beneficial for a much wider group of adults including people who've already had a heart attack or stroke and people with type two diabetes who also have another risk factor such as high blood pressure the panel felt very strongly that this fish oil product taken in addition to Statens reduced cardio vascular disease Staten medications work well to reduce LDL cholesterol the so called bad cholesterol Statens can also lower triglycerides to some extent but fish oil can have an added a fax in lowering triglycerides further some prior studies that fish oil supplements that you can buy off the shelf at the grocery store or drug store have pointed to benefits to supplement at lower doses of always been of interest the difference in these most recent studies is using much higher concentrations in the pills in other words smaller doses may help a little but Wilson says to get a significant reduction in risk higher doses are more helpful the evidence comes from a clinical trial sponsored by the company that manufactures the seat back it included people who already had a heart attack or stroke Wilson has no financial ties to the company the trial showed a convincing evidence for reduction of heart attack stroke and cardiac related death about a twenty five percent reduction compared to a placebo group so could people who want to the health benefits of omega three fatty acids just aim to eat more fish especially healthy people who aren't at high risk of heart disease Daria CMOS Afarin dean of the nutrition school at Tufts University says yes the general population you know I really recommend people eat fish or seafood at least you know one or two servings per week but he says in order to lower triglycerides more is needed the prescription pill is dosed at four grams a day which is the equivalent of eating are you ready for this eight to ten servings of salmon every day that's pretty hard to do you know almost impossible the FDA typically follows the advice of its advisory panels and is expected to decide on expanded use approval by the end of the year Alison Aubrey NPR news we are having a flu season and this year's vaccine has been tweaked in hopes that it will better match the current influenza viruses but it turns out flu vaccines are not as effective in people who are overweight or obese which is most Americans NPR science correspondent Richard Harris reports on efforts to design a more effective vaccine this short coming with the flu vaccine cart Stacy Schultz cherries attention a decade ago it really started during the two thousand nine pandemic that was the first major flu outbreak of the century in medical researchers noticed that was taking a particular toll not only on the young and the elderly but on people who were significantly overweight obesity may be a high risk factor for developing severe influenza infection and we had never seen that before Schultz cherry at Saint Jude children's research hospital started digging into the details to understand what's going on the virus is able to grow to hire Tigers and spread deeper in your lungs which is not what you want during an influenza infection when you say titers you mean concentrations of art exactly and people weren't simply getting sicker they were also more likely to spread the disease that has the potential to amplify a flu outbreak Schultz cherry says this point is highlighted in one study at the university of Maryland the students that were overweight obese actually had more virus coming out in their exhaled breath another colleague of shots cherry studied families in Nicaragua during flu season and she had found that overweight obese people shed virus actually much longer was particularly disturbing for us is the fact that the vaccine doesn't work as well that's Melinda back a professor of nutrition at the university of North Carolina Chapel Hill she's been studying the effect of obesity on a person's ability to fend off infections and influenza is one of my favorite viruses so that seemed a natural thing to study she looked at the two different parts of the immune system one involving antibodies proteins that can neutralize viruses the other being the cells that join in the fight against disease so usually think of the vaccine as protecting you with antibodies and in fact obese people could make a nice antibody response but it's these other kinds of immune cells that are called T. cells that they just failed to respond she believes that's because as people become overweight their metabolism changes and that shift affects many cells including immune system cells and this is what we see an elderly people sometimes they can make an antibody response but is there T. cells that are functioning in so they can still get infected with flu even though they've been vaccinated so what for example a thirty year old obese person has immune cells that look a lot like what you might expect in an eighty year old individual slough vaccines don't work so well in older people either so it's possible improvements in the vaccine will help both people who are older as well as those who are overweight Stacey shields cherry is part of a new federal effort to come up with the next generation flu vaccine our hope is that we can find a vaccine that will work for everybody but especially for these higher risk populations that will take many years in the meantime Schultz cherry says it's still important for everyone to get vaccinated people of all body types are at higher risk of heart attack or stroke if they get the flu so there's a lot of reasons to get the flu shot even if it doesn't work as well as we want in this high risk population.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"We talk about it in the book, and one of my favorite books on that I love of all time is you know, our stolen future and my scientific advisor wrote that with the colder. They feel Coburn in Pete. Myers were the the, the mother and the father of endocrine disruption. Science, and those two wrote a book. There was actually one of their author, but they wrote a book and the whole book was about discovering endocrine disruption in nature and discovering it in humans. And so this is one of those chemicals on phthalates, fragrances and BPA in foam seats. These are some of those chemicals that are impacting our hormones in causing a lot of the chronic disease that we're seeing out there. I agree. And I think so important that we're talking about this. You guys listening understanding this because it's easy to think it's not a big problem because you can't see the immediate effect, but really when you're spraying this on you, it's creating all these long term health problems than they build up over time and to end an organ close to our time. I'd love to talk about nontoxic periods because this is a topic I've read about quite a bit, and I think it's one women still struggle with and making the switch. I know I'm personally a huge fan of using menstrual Cup. It's like change my life, but I would love to hear the research human into on this topic. Yeah, so there was there was some. Okay, so feminine products. I'm absolutely with you down in. I actually used feminine cut myself. I have a panty liner that I use. It's made of organic cotton. It's natural care. That's one of my favorite brands that I work with. I do work with natural cares where else I wanted to disclose that their sponsor at shift con. So I have fifty thousand banning layers everywhere, but you're absolutely right. So when we're sticking things up inside of us, what we have to remember is. Vascular part of our body. That means it sucks in everything and it gets inside of us very quickly. And so that's that's a part of our body that we have to be really cognizant of protecting. So when it comes to tampons tampons, my girlfriend, the other day, naturally savvy entry don't get naturally. Savvy was a couple years ago. She did her own little study in it. Just, you know, in it wasn't anything scientific bushy basically did was stuck a bunch of tampons in water to see how long it would take them, what stuck them out, see how long it would take to mold and the tampons were mold within a day. So which is very frightening about just how quickly they start to break down. Also, there's a lot of hormone disrupting chemicals that are inside of them. So when you are looking for better feminine care products, again, we have a whole investigation on feminine care products in the book. And you know, we go from bad better best, but you know the ones that basically the ones that are the best ones are the. Cups, the ones that are made of silicon, and you know the organic, organic tampons, organic panty liners, those that is where you wanna go, essentially, and seven generation was was great. It wasn't Ganic however, but that was great as well on. And there were some better products that we found a lot of bath. So the big problem with them in care products is nobody tells you what is in them and that biggest chew. And the reason nobody tells you what is in them is they're considered medical appliances, so to speak. They're not really considered, you know, personal care products where they have to be labelled like, you know your shampoo and conditioner. No, they don't have to tell you anything about what's in them. So over the years we have found that these products feminine care products have been. They've been putting a lot of fragrances in them a lot of different types of things that are hormone disrupting inside those pats in no one's telling you about it. No one's disclosing it. So the the good news. Is as the years have gone on and as women have become more cognizant of just, wow, I need to protect my Milady parts because Milady parts need to be working right, and I do not wanna get cancer as long now that we're starting to understand this, you know, they're, they're developing better condoms. You know, that's another thing, better condoms better. You know, feminine products..

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"We talk about it in the book, and one of my favorite books on that I love of all time is you know, our stolen future and my scientific advisor wrote that with the colder. They feel Coburn in Pete. Myers were the the, the mother and the father of endocrine disruption. Science, and those two wrote a book. There was actually one of their author, but they wrote a book and the whole book was about discovering endocrine disruption in nature and discovering it in humans. And so this is one of those chemicals on phthalates, fragrances and BPA in foam seats. These are some of those chemicals that are impacting our hormones in causing a lot of the chronic disease that we're seeing out there. I agree. And I think so important that we're talking about this. You guys listening understanding this because it's easy to think it's not a big problem because you can't see the immediate effect, but really when you're spraying this on you, it's creating all these long term health problems than they build up over time and to end an organ close to our time. I'd love to talk about nontoxic periods because this is a topic I've read about quite a bit, and I think it's one women still struggle with and making the switch. I know I'm personally a huge fan of using menstrual Cup. It's like change my life, but I would love to hear the research human into on this topic. Yeah, so there was there was some. Okay, so feminine products. I'm absolutely with you down in. I actually used feminine cut myself. I have a panty liner that I use. It's made of organic cotton. It's natural care. That's one of my favorite brands that I work with. I do work with natural cares where else I wanted to disclose that their sponsor at shift con. So I have fifty thousand banning layers everywhere, but you're absolutely right. So when we're sticking things up inside of us, what we have to remember is. Vascular part of our body. That means it sucks in everything and it gets inside of us very quickly. And so that's that's a part of our body that we have to be really cognizant of protecting. So when it comes to tampons tampons, my girlfriend, the other day, naturally savvy entry don't get naturally. Savvy was a couple years ago. She did her own little study in it. Just, you know, in it wasn't anything scientific bushy basically did was stuck a bunch of tampons in water to see how long it would take them, what stuck them out, see how long it would take to mold and the tampons were mold within a day. So which is very frightening about just how quickly they start to break down. Also, there's a lot of hormone disrupting chemicals that are inside of them. So when you are looking for better feminine care products, again, we have a whole investigation on feminine care products in the book. And you know, we go from bad better best, but you know the ones that basically the ones that are the best ones are the. Cups, the ones that are made of silicon, and you know the organic, organic tampons, organic panty liners, those that is where you wanna go, essentially, and seven generation was was great. It wasn't Ganic however, but that was great as well on. And there were some better products that we found a lot of bath. So the big problem with them in care products is nobody tells you what is in them and that biggest chew. And the reason nobody tells you what is in them is they're considered medical appliances, so to speak. They're not really considered, you know, personal care products where they have to be labelled like, you know your shampoo and conditioner. No, they don't have to tell you anything about what's in them. So over the years we have found that these products feminine care products have been. They've been putting a lot of fragrances in them a lot of different types of things that are hormone disrupting inside those pats in no one's telling you about it. No one's disclosing it. So the the good news. Is as the years have gone on and as women have become more cognizant of just, wow, I need to protect my Milady parts because Milady parts need to be working right, and I do not wanna get cancer as long now that we're starting to understand this, you know, they're, they're developing better condoms. You know, that's another thing, better condoms better. You know, feminine products..

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on WCPT 820

"That have big detectable signatures in the north korea we have to look in every nook and cranny in that country with very sensitive equipment to make sure that behind that cement wall there is not a eight shielded nuclear weapon hidden from us but they agreed to nothing basically i it sounds like obviously trump agreed to give up military exercises on our side he gave him the jalousie of this meeting right and he he got really no concrete promises of any kind well i think we have to look and see what the next steps are you know i you know i believe that diplomacy is by far the best approach to this but it has it cannot be clueless diplomacy we've we've tried tried it in the past frankly you know what what we're what president trump is hoping to get out of them is not very different than what president bush and president clinton got out of them an agreement to have inspectors on the ground in promise never to nuclear right okay the difference now is they have weapons when they decided to actually test the weapon they had that changed the game because denuclearization means we have to inspect not only all of their underground shelters and so on that all of their conventional facilities know how do we convince ourselves that they aren't hiding nuclear weapon in their gulags where they have you know tens of thousands we have to send international inspectors that we trust into for example there gulags to look in every basement there so that there are a number of things like their chemical weapons factories and so on that we have to have inspected simply to make sure that there are no nuclear weapons there so that you're you're asking a lot in terms of revealing not only their nuclear but they're conventional and chemical type a bio weapon the sort of thing which they are widely believed to have but can no longer hide from international inspection my understanding correctly he is has no scientific advisor frightened del that is it pricing him on you know obviously reported apparently brought out of semi retirement someone who had been involved in previous nuclear negotiations embassador from say the philippines somewhere like that who they brought in at the last moment to.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Helen fisher she's the senior research fellow at the kinsey institute dr welcome to the show thank you i'm delighted to be with you so tell us about the research you found out about how people are more attractive when you have a pet with them well i did a study with match dot com chief scientific advisor and we we pulled about twelve hundred people who did have animals cats and dogs and we wanted to know how they felt about other people and just like has just been said women really are attracted to men who have a pet particularly dog much more of a dog and a cat and it is just like you said it's chick bait i mean women wanna know and it's actually a very honest signal i mean a man who has a dog is able to follow schedule is able to play with an individual is reliable i mean they gotta show up at a certain hour defeats the dog they if they go away for the weekend they've gotta make arrangements for the dog i mean it's a real commitment you gotta take it to the dog hospital when it gets sick and cetera et cetera so it's a very honest signal in that men send to women when saying listen i'm i'm not only here and i'm approachable you got an easy way to approach me just come up and talk to my dog but also that i'm caring person the nurturing person the prisoners can take responsibility for a very vital living creature and follow the schedule and and give it the love and the care that it needs so it's a very honest signal for mate choice then we're talking about this in respects to dating and attraction between the sexes here but it's also very useful in other ways like panhandling we'll see panhandlers that are that have a dog with them seemed.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Helen fisher is a senior research fellow at the kinsey institute and chief scientific advisor to the internet dating site match dot com i spoke with her in two thousand fourteen i always ask whoever i'm speaking with if there was a religious or spiritual background to their child however you might define that none i i happened to be an atheist and i always have been i mean i don't know if you've ever looked at the hubble telescope site on the internet it's so staggering reality is so staggering the real meanings of life for me are in reality i guess yeah well that's one of those you talk a lot in your work about how we are kind of reversing ten thousand years of habit and i think i mean we're doing that in many spheres than i think religion is not going to look the same in the next century it's thought about that.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Listen to this story abetted you'd who really used one of these acts to manipulate people he was on match dot com in he he told me it was his type of porn so he told me that what he like to do was start relationships with women and get to the point where it was going to be their first meeting and i guess that was like the most exciting fun part for him as it is for most people he would set up a time and place for them to finally meet for the first time and then he wouldn't show up are you exhausted by all these stories you thinking oh my god this is so draining especially for women well you're not alone here's beca on ninety very exhaust saying i'm like obviously not opposed to me someone in real life it's just like for me personally i dunno where the guy would meet anyone in might seem may told you how dating apps have destroyed romance but i want to add the dating apps have destroyed another important aspect of romance civility and conversation i contact being able to read someone's body language look we all know the internet is extraordinary but is it good for romance now when human beings interact online they often revert to their crudest instincts you've me a twitter where people punctuate properly and treat each other with respect and i will grant you a dating app the brings out people's most caring loving and romantic selves not gonna happen this is why are you should vote yes thank you monitors mod and the motion of own on his swipe left katie caps have killed romance in here to make her statement against the motion helen fisher biological anthropologist and chief scientific advisor to match dot com ladies and gentleman hammond fisher i do an annual study with match dot com.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of these apps to manipulate people he was on match dot com in he he told me it was his type of porn so he told me that what he like to do was start relationships with women and get to the point where it was going to be their first meeting and i guess that was the most exciting fun part for him as it is for most people you would set up a time and place for them to finally meet for the first time and then he wouldn't show up are you exhausted by all these stories you thinking oh my god this is so draining especially for women well you're not alone here's beca online the deviants very exhausting obviously no opposed to means someone in real life it's just late for me personally i don't know where the bible meet anyone my teammates all you how dating apps have destroyed romance but i want to add the dating apps have destroyed another important aspect of romance civility and conversation i contact being able to read someone's body language look we all know the internet is extraordinary but is it good for romance now when human beings interact online they often revert to their crudest instincts you've me a twitter where people punctuate properly and treat each other with respect and i will grant you a dating app the brings out people's most caring loving and romantic selves not gonna happen this is why you should vote yes thank you mothers emirati i am the motion to vote on his swipe left katie apps have killed romance in here to make her statement against the motion helen fisher biological anthropologist and chief scientific advisor to match dot com ladies and gentlemen having fisher i do an annual study with match dot com.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"But what i study is i i really study romantic love the second of those three things and there's a very specific things that happened the first thing that happens when you fall madly in love is a person takes on what i call special meaning and then you focus on them you can list what you don't like about them but you just switch that aside and then focus on what you do would so you you know our records show here that you you're like a in adviser for match dot com cassandra arms keep scientific advisor tonight i sheikh scientific rain i just got a little more directly to you and that works for me so so what's going on in the mind of a onenight stay overnight stay or they equally as on the problem with that is is not going on in first of all in some well you can all kinds of people over onethird of americans have had a one i actually almost sixty percent of had a onenight stand but what's interesting about one night stance over thirty percent turned into a longterm partnership and there's brain circuitry for why so basically casual sex is not casual in this year so drunk you don't remember it it's not casualty as i had i s atx damage because people are asking him this all the time he he's in a longterm marriage that began as a one nightstand a lot of people have i mean uh as i say over thirty percent of people have had a one nightstand turn into longterm relationship let's find out what he's going to tell us about one multiple.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"A new investment from the drugs company glaxosmithkline is putting more money towards uk by a bank sequencing of genomes as part of the government's life sciences sector deal i also gsk chief scientists dr patrick valance who will soon become the government's chief scientific advisor why the real problem with drug discovering development is where it stalled so one of the things this will do is to change the definition of disease from what was old fashioned descriptions into genetic leaddriven diseases or genetically modified diseases and therefore indicate the starting point drugdiscovery not only that but it will also linked through to diagnostics how'd you diagnose the disease and ultimately then how'd you test you'll drug in the right population so this is going to be the way in which we and i'm sure many other companies really structure themselves to increase the chance of making more medicines more specifically for patient groups more personalized medicines inevitably more personalized tho you know some of the disease definitions if you think about it would descriptors off them by people wearing top hats for many years ago and what's happening now is those diseases are increasingly being broken down in two different sub diseases as you understand the molecular basis and the genetic basis of the disease in this important step in that process will also help us with treatment and off some of the big chronic issues of our time health something the be city in particular or dementia good at provide answers to those whopping for sure i mean we already know that you can begin to understand the genetic basis of certain types of obesity so that's already clear and similarly fall outside him and other forms of dementia this notion of using genetics understand that is going to be profoundly important in trying to get a real window into those diseases which are in a gonna be the scourge of society if we can't sort out the basis and understands and treatment should we all say see your decision to do they send team a greater commitment to the uk by a bank as an indication that you see the strength of fat life sciences sector in the.

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"scientific advisor" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"scientific advisor" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Greatest driving force in the in in in our in our in which the first is gotta eat yeah you know eating link makes you live another day you know having sex will make you live genetic you wants to live another i make this really hit for instance with respect to the soviets reduce the bull in a fundamental way to our i cannot with three in the list so here's the there's there's sex food section shelter were three things we need for survival and so we ought to be pretty uh energetic and the acquisition of those three filling and also if you don't never seen anybody kill themselves when they couldn't get something to eat seen people kill themselves when they couldn't get a particular sweet act and get them a house you goram goram murdering somebody for bread in know the right place when his career yourself you kill somebody else and that's why you're okay i am i gerald's that are shales are much more people who have crimes committed a crime of passion i mean this is a powerful brain systems what people will do for love is out of this world okay and particularly around right now you know i'm than chief scientific advisor to match dot com and between um the day after christmas and valentine's day the uh amount of people going onto that site in other sites increases everywhere from thirty to sixty percent this is the time this is the season for love season for looking for talk returns we'll be back recalling sure she'll be advising us with answers to all the questions you've had on why we're so depressed.

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