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"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on Inside Europe
"Is inside here at my name is Keith Walker in the next half hour of the trial of the synagogue attack suspect gets underway. He shows no remorse in court plus young people initially are paying the price of a looming economic crisis. Dante measly the. Room. Four month of in sending CV's to companies, hundreds of that, but I was invited for two or three job interviews, so yes, I'm becoming demoralized. Also wildfires in Russia and Europe's universities expect a shortfall of international students in the new academic year. If you look at student surveys. Some predict that it will be a break in by sixty or seventy percent. Others say it will be around twenty twenty five percent V, stories, and more coming up on inside Europe. From the studios of Germany's international broadcaster D. W this. Inside Europe. Russia is suffering some of its worst ever. Wildfires amid abnormally hot temperatures across Siberia one time within the Arctic Circle reached a record thirty eight degrees Celsius about one hundred Fahrenheit, a state of emergency has been declared in some parts of the country. Worst hit by the forest fires. Greenpeace says the area of land that has burnt since the start of the year is bigger than Greece. Lucy Taylor reports from Moscow. `sometimes cool the lungs of Europe. Russia's vast forest someone almost unimaginable scale, a fifth of the forests on A. This video from I, you service.
Arctic records its hottest temperature ever
"A place known for the big chill is now the home for some high heat your C. B. S.'s bill Rakoff the town over Korean skin Siberia features the world's widest temperature range and it recently set a new record high heat wave across the region push the temperature to around one hundred degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday or thirty eight degrees Celsius the town is located above the Arctic Circle nearly three thousand miles north of
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Forefront of its planning Disney will need the governor's approval to open both Disneyland and California adventure park Alison Keyes CBS news a Russian town with the world's widest temperature range recording a new high amid a heat wave across Siberia the temperature in for clients get thirty eight degrees Celsius Saturday that's around a hundred degrees Fahrenheit the town is located above the Arctic Circle about three thousand miles north of Moscow bill ray Cobb CBS news looking back centers has been successfully helping patients avoid spinal surgery with nonsurgical backseat therapy for over twenty years American back centers is proud to introduce the genesis G. two surgical treatment system severe neck pain can now be treated without surgery avoid surgery and the potential complications soul doctor producing today at seven two four nine three five thirty three on to the minute accu weather forecast brought to you by Ireland contracting call one eight hundred new rule for Ireland contracting dot com partly cloudy and humid overnight with a spotty shower or thunderstorm low sixty six and clouds and sunshine on Monday with a couple of heavy thunderstorms around any store can bring hail and damaging winds high eighty one a lingering evening thunderstorm otherwise mostly cloudy Monday night low sixty six for accu weather I'm meteorologist Carl Erickson a news radio ten twenty KDKA now it's red eye radio active and regularly talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether you're a place for your just starting your day welcome to the show this is red eye radio all across America and around the world eight six six ninety right ideas are welcome and good.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"A golden of the Midwest are raising funds to charter a private plane to save a group of nearly one hundred dogs in the country Lisa Matteo CBS news Russian town with the world's widest temperature range recorded a new high amid a heat wave across Siberia the temperature in for Kohli and skid thirty eight degrees Celsius about a hundred degrees Fahrenheit the town in the Arctic Circle about three thousand miles north of Moscow bill break off CBS news the Pittsburgh speaker series presented by Robert Morris university and U. P. M. C. announces its twenty twenty one season beginning this fall at Heinz hall seven memorable and provocative beatings you won't want to miss featured speakers include former national security adviser John Bolton me too movement founder tarana Burke former UK prime minister Theresa may and bill Nye the science guy the series is sponsored by KDKA radio and you B. S. get your subscriptions now it Pittsburgh speakers dot org here's to the minute accu weather forecast brought to you by Ireland contractor call one eight hundred new rule for Ireland contracting dot com partly cloudy and humid overnight with a spotty shower or thunderstorm low sixty six in clouds and sunshine on Monday with a couple of heavy thunderstorms around any store can bring hail and damaging winds high eighty one a lingering evening thunderstorm otherwise mostly cloudy Monday night low sixty six for accu weather I'm meteorologist Carl Erickson a news radio ten twenty KDKA it's like the world has lifted off your shoulders was this what was the radio so again M. sterling radio and saw how capable of reaching the lives of millions join the Walter M. sterling club starting on Sunday whether we've got severe weather and dangerous heat tonight severe thunderstorm watches from Oklahoma off the planes through Kansas Nebraska catching the northwest corner of Iowa southern Minnesota and into Wisconsin with numerous warnings for dangerous winds and everything will settle down to over the next several hours and the heat it will be a hot week up and down the I. five quarter with heated visor is already from Modesto and Sacramento up to Medford Oregon and this is the second round of extreme heat for this region already this season otherwise didn't miss showers and thunderstorms tonight through the Ohio valley across Tennessee Georgia Alabama back into Mississippi so what's your weather tomorrow severe weather will be focused on what we like to call the four states that southwest Missouri southeast Kansas Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas better coverage late day showers and thunderstorms for basically the eastern half of the country so New York City will be dry five eighty eight the travel delays for sure in Chicago and the building heat dominant tomorrow out west slowly spreading east bound plus there's nothing in the tropics to worry about right now so the models are hinting that something in the golf maybe late week and we're going to talk about the sector a dust that's in our next report this is John with weather reports at six in thirty six minutes past the hour all night on sterling on Sunday first early on Sundays I'm James Parker and this is more to thank you for for for for a little head scratcher the town is Spring Hill just a little west of Orlando on the call side of Florida central coast I know we're missing many details of me for stories but a guy goes and knocks on fellas door and when he opens that he's like no you're not allowed.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"A golden of the Midwest are raising funds to charter a private plane to save a group of nearly one hundred dogs in the country Lisa Matteo CBS news a Russian town with the world's widest temperature range recorded a new high amid a heat wave across Siberia the temperature in for Kohli and skid thirty eight degrees Celsius but a hundred degrees Fahrenheit the town in the Arctic Circle about three thousand miles north of Moscow bill ray Cobb CBS news fear nine eight October nineteen can be overwhelming because strong emotions in adults and children taking care of herself your friends and your family can help you cope with these feelings consider taking breaks for frequent news consumption in dealing exercise and talking with people you trust about your concerns how you are feeling you can also call eight hundred two seven three two five five four text care to create three nine eight six three to speak to press the support services in Nevada for an empathetic ear a caring heart and a helping hand to anyone in need if you or someone you know are experiencing emotional challenges caused by the Gulf in nineteen the crisis support services of Nevada is here to help once again the number is eight hundred two seven three eight two five five four six to care eight three nine eight six three this message is sponsored by the US department of homeland security the validation of emergency management and your local emergency managers office in cooperation with the Nevada broadcasters association in this station K. X. N. T. lifted off your shoulders was this what was the radio so again sterling radio and saw how capable of reaching the lives of millions join the Walter M. sterling club starting on Sunday whether we've got severe weather and dangerous heat tonight severe thunderstorm watches from Oklahoma off the planes through Kansas Nebraska catching the northwest corner of Iowa southern Minnesota and Wisconsin with numerous warnings for dangerous winds and I think we'll settle down to over the next several hours and the heat it will be a hot week up and down the I. five quarter with heated visor is already from Modesto and Sacramento up to Medford Oregon and this is the second round of extreme heat for this region already this season otherwise hit miss showers and thunderstorms tonight through the Ohio valley across Tennessee Georgia Alabama back into Mississippi so what's your weather tomorrow severe weather will be focused on what we like to call the four states that southwest Missouri southeast Kansas Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas better coverage late day showers and thunderstorms for basically the eastern half of the country so New York City will be dry five eighty eight the travel delays for sure in Chicago and the building heat dominant tomorrow out west slowly spreading east bound plus there's nothing in the tropics toward about right now so the models are hinting that something in the golf maybe late week and we're going to talk about the Serra dust that's in our next report I'm chief meteorologist John by the weather reports at six in thirty six minutes past the hour all night on sterling on Sunday first early on Sundays I'm James Parker and this is more than two years for for for for a little head scratcher the county Spring Hill just a little west of Orlando on the call side of Florida central coast I know we're missing many details of me Florida stories but a guy goes and knocks on fellas door and when he opens that he's like no you're not allowed.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"The retrieve a golden of the Midwest are raising funds to charter a private plane to save a group of nearly one hundred dogs in the country Lisa Matteo CBS news the Russian town with the world's widest temperature range recorded a new high amid a heat wave across Siberia the temperature in for Kohli and skid thirty eight degrees Celsius about a hundred degrees Fahrenheit the town in the Arctic Circle about three thousand miles north of Moscow bill break off CBS news this is your call goes all news station news radio seven and one oh five point nine FM and WBBM newsradio dot com the media news time channel five Sunday June twenty first good evening on Bob Conway it's cloudy now seventy seven degrees and accu weather says down to sixty six and some of the suburbs only get about seventy on the lake front and then for tomorrow mixture of clouds and sun warm and humid chance of a shower or thunderstorm late in the day hi Tamara about eighty five with the extended forecast coming up our a top local story on W. B. B. M. at least nine people killed four of them minors and more than fifty others wounded in shootings around Chicago this weekend among the victims of thirteen year old girl who was killed two other teens wounded Saturday night in Austin police say the girl was inside a home in the ten hundred block of north leclaire Avenue when the shots were fired she was struck in the neck.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Cheese we haven't taken our temperature yet today halfway no I don't think we have I'm and yesterday Nick and I were at ninety eight point six right so you guys might be on the way up I mean if we had that thirty eight degrees Celsius that's a problem anybody who's had to fly or change travel plans a lot of airlines have suspend suspended that is the change fees they're gonna have a hard time reinstating them as they try to restore confidence that's the other part about this is let's say I I think it was United aside headline that said one of the airlines is seeing an uptick in the demand for for for flights and we're seeing flights more full partly because there's fewer flights I mean just as a as an anecdote Alaska Airlines you used to fly dozens of planes out of LA acts every single day going to different places around the country dozens and now they're down to four or five in a day in one of the world's busiest airports and one of their main hubs so you're seeing fewer flights so more people have to crowd onto those flights that's why you're seeing things that are busy you know flights that are busy but they're gonna have to find a way to get people back in there to make sure that they feel comfortable flying once again which is the same thing we saw nineteen years ago after the after the September eleventh attacks all right coming up next have you seen the shoplifters with these special kind of masks they wore to commit a crime I think we tweeted it Jerry and Janice like a horror movie it does look like that and who came up with this idea is this what are the ages hi yes okay I do feel like there was a drug involved of some kind all right we'll talk about the shoplifters from Virginia making the news today when we come back to Gary and Shannon lay the mom has an update on the news a new study says all the code nineteen pandemic lockdowns around the world have helped reduce daily carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated seventeen percent that study in the journal.
Australia's Extreme Heat
"By and large are pretty direct people so it figures walking into Mary Con Yards House west of Sydney. She would get right to the point. Good how are you hot cooking here? It's about thirty eight degrees Celsius outside one hundred Fahrenheit which is relatively cool compared to what it's been like this frontal at least it keeps some of the heat out some not much. Three fans are humming in Conrad's living room. The lights are off to save money on electricity in con- yards banks cleaned to her forehead like she just got out of the shower. Just vacuumed ZANU. Coming and this is what happens to me. Lives in community housing a rental unit for lower income. People that's located in Greater West Sydney a fast growing part of the country's largest city that a few months ago held another distinction the hottest place on Earth about one hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit or as Conard puts it. It was hot and when its stinking hot door. Just you know hot hot like it is on this day. Conard like many people in West. Sydney has a really hard time running. The air conditioner. Day is not an option. It's too expensive so is moving. It's a struggle. It's really a struggle. You WanNa do things but the heat just zaps it out of you. Heat waves as well as being a silent killer. It's a social killer. Lucinda coats is a scientist with risk. Frontiers a private research center that focuses on natural hazards like bushfires cyclones and flooding about twenty years ago. Coats had the grim task of cataloging. How many people? Each of those natural disasters had historically killed in Australia. And that's when we first thinking hang on a minute hate wives. They seem to have killed more people than all the other natural hazards combined. Yes all other hazards combined with elderly people in the poor. Most at risk code says it's too soon to know how many people may have died during this past. Summer's extreme heat but history might provide a somber clue in one thousand nine thirty nine in two thousand nine. Australia had devastating bushfires black Friday and black Saturday as they're now called both were preceded by heat waves and those heatwaves alone code says are each believed to have killed more than four hundred people the deadliest fire a hundred and seventy three is twice as many as succumb to the bushfires but the heat waves didn't get nearly the same attention. It was all fire photos of crying families. And cinch teddy bears and you can see why the the newsworthy bushfire is a terrifying thing but heatwaves. How can you take a picture of a heatwave? I've got a powerpoint presentation with a young chap just holding a water bottle and drinking out of the water bill. That's that's my picture of a heatwave. So it's really hard to communicate the immediate danger and there's a fast growing need to communicate that danger. A recent climate report by the Australian government found the country has warmed by more than one degree Celsius just in the last century. Extreme heat events are increasing in frequency as is the risk of extreme fire and extreme flooding. All of which has happened in Australia and just the last few months. Sebastian vouch is a research fellow at western Sydney University. Who's focusing on climate change in urban heat? Everything's extreme. It's exactly like how scientists for thirty years predict climate change to actually pan out and it's not twenty thirty forty or fifty anymore. It's twenty twenty. We have it. It's happening vouches. There are ways you can build for heat. For example houses could be painted. Certain color to reflect light. Green or living roofs could provide insulation. Houses could be built smaller with more room for treason greenspace. Australia is updating. Its National Construction Code in twenty twenty. Two and extreme heat is being considered in the changes but new codes would primarily be aimed at new buildings and the people most affected by heat tend to be folks like Mary concert living in older buildings that were designed long before bouts of extreme heat. Were much of a thought. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate the refi. Have my head and being able to pay pay for it and do that but I think sometimes it's poor design went with public housing. The nonprofit that LISA'S COGNAC. Thome knows this is an issue. Divisional Manager Heather Chaffee says she hears it from clients all the time for us as a housing provider. Tricky housing market. It's it's distressing to be honest. When often doesn't own the homes they rent chaffee says so? It makes it hard to make modifications instead. They focused on warning tenants. When extreme heat is coming but she knows that's not enough heat. She says is a global social justice issue. It's the poorest people that are going to suffer them iced so she says there needs to be a larger societal discussion about how we prepare for extreme heat because as a summer just showed. It's already
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"I was wondering if there's any particular order that works best or if you should even do them in the same day and if so how long you wait in between. I'm looking being to use them. Mostly for recovery benefits of very active person train Moi tied Jitsu five to six days a week at night. Thank you. It is actually pretty surprising when you look at what this really is like. Technically that'd be called contrast therapy if you look at the body of research on contrast contrast therapy it is all over the map and there's really none. There's almost none that looks at sauna with cold. Most all research studies look at hot water cold water right so called contrast water therapy now we do know if we look at this from an epidemiological EMU logical standpoint For example in many Nordic cultures. And you'll find this like if you go to Finland right you'll you sauna session for fifteen to twenty minutes. That's followed by an icy. He called run outside dip and cold water or cold shower. And you'll do that a few times through and the the mechanism of action is well known. The sudden cold makes your skin. Blood vessels muscles constrict rapidly. They elevate blood pressure they move inflammation out of tissue in the Vasil. dilation occurs when you get back into the heat and you're just basically flushing the body in the same way that you'd flush the body from a from a walker jumping up and down on a trampoline but in a far more efficacious manner and there are some other things that that appears to do that. We've talked about in previous shows. Such as modulation of the immune system perhaps strengthening resilience to be able to withstand things like the cold and the flu flu. Perhaps helping with neurotransmitter production. We know the sauna by itself and even in the absence of the cold. Plunge from the Finnish men's longevity the study I believe it was called decreases all cause risk of Alzheimer's and dementia increases longevity. And typically if you look at any of these populations where where this was studied. It's not just on that. They're doing almost always followed by cold. Plunge so I would. I would love to see research that looks at Sauna in the absence of the cold. Plunge and see if you get the same effects because actually you would But anyways that being said if you look at the actual research on on hot called contrast contrast therapy there's a pretty good Meta analysis that occurred a few years ago that looked exercise induced muscle damage and the use of contrast water therapy. The modalities were highly highly variable from study to study that they looked at so for example. Some would use. WHO's a minute at these are all going to be Celsius? Because that's what the research study was done in so my apologies to Fahrenheit out there. Unless my podcast side kick secure has super good googly fingers and okay so for example was seven rounds of one minute at thirty eight degree Celsius and one minute at twelve degrees Celsius. What's our Fahrenheit for thirty eight degrees? Okay thirty eight degrees Celsius one hundred degrees Fahrenheit okay and then twelve degrees Celsius Celsius twelve degrees Celsius fifty three point six degrees Fahrenheit right so back and forth from one hundred degrees to fifty some odd degrees seven times a minute at each each that one actually found pretty good response in professional male Australian football players but another one was One Minute at hat the very very similar temperatures one minute at very similar cold temperatures within three minutes at the hot temperature rights with three to one Hot to cold ratio rather than a one to one hot to call ratio. Another one that they looked was instead of seven rounds just three rounds and even after just three rounds of of one minute of the cold and two minutes of the hot they also found good benefits from that and I could go on and on and on and it would turn into complete yawn her but the takeaway a message is it's a few minutes of cold it's a few minutes of hot. The ratios don't seem to matter all that much although they're generally not much greater than a ratio of three to one one and the temperatures don't have to be all that hot or all that cold to get the results. Meaning you could go back and forth from you know as hot as your hot water shower will go without you scalding your skin to his colas. It'll go even if that's your say like fifty five degrees back and forth for five minutes shower twenty seconds a cold and ten seconds hot or vice versa. And you'RE GONNA get some amount of healing effect or reduction of inflammation or increase return to recovery or reduced used rate of the delayed onset muscle soreness.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on AP News
"For the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games the international Olympic committee wants to move the marathons eight hundred kilometers or five hundred miles to Sapporo the host city of the nineteen seventy two winter Olympics the IOC's as the new plan to move the marathons and race walking events will be significantly lower temperatures for the athletes forecast temperatures of Sapporo are five to six degrees centigrade cooler during the day that in Tokyo IOC panel assessing heat and weather issues for the July twenty fourth through August night games I didn't buy the marathon and raise walk as the events that would put particular heat stress on the athletes he'd also played a part at the track and field world championships in Doha Qatar where marathons were run after midnight in temperatures of thirty eight degrees Celsius or a hundred degrees Fahrenheit Turkish forces are bearing down on Kurdish held areas of northeast area it is a piece Charles de Ledesma reports Turkey's president has a message for those in their path his other one says Syrian Kurdish fighters must leave a designated border area in northeast Syria imminently for Turkey to stop it's me Australia is looking for bilateral free trade deals with Hong Kong Indonesia in Peru trade minister Simon Birmingham has introduced legislation in parliament that would lead to Australia ratifying the three trade treaties the aim is for them to take effect early next year Birmingham says the Hong Kong agreement gives practical reality and the facts to recognition of Hong Kong separate status within China's one country two systems framework Australia's had a free trade deal with China its biggest export market since twenty fifteen.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
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"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on Curiosity Daily
"Hi we're here from curiosity dot com help you could smarter in just a few minutes on Cody Goff and I'm actually Hamer today you learn about why a normal body temperature isn't really ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit why Mars Rovers should look for rocks that looked like Fettuccini and how often you should replace your toothbrush was brush off some curiosity rented. Have your mind blown a normal body. Temperature isn't really ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius. It turns out that the old ninety the eight point six degree rule of thumb is a result of outdated science that nobody thought that question until relatively recently the temperature. You're probably familiar with came from the eighteen sixty eight publication titled the course of temperature in diseases by German physician named Carl Reinhold Goose Wunderlich. This book was a big deal because buner lake had analyzed a ridiculously massive data set to come up with the findings in it as in several million temperature records of around twenty five thousand in patients after he analyzed the data he wrote this historic statement quote when the organism is in a normal condition the general temperature of the body maintains itself at the physiologic point thirty seven degrees Celsius or ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit unquote also concluded that the upper limit of the normal body temperature was one hundred point four degrees Fahrenheit or thirty eight degrees Celsius and anything above that counted as fever every check of a thermometer touch burning forehead and prescription of fever reducing drugs hearkens back to this eighteen sixty eight book and lunar licks data set was so big. Nobody really questioned it until almost a century later in a nineteen fifty study researchers recorded quartered an average temperature as low as ninety seven point eight and in one thousand nine hundred to researchers found an average temperature of about ninety eight point two degrees Fahrenheit those studies used smaller data sets but then again it's nearly impossible that buner like had actually. I analyzed all the data he collected because he didn't have a computer even if he had the principles statistical analysis didn't make their way into general use until decades after he'd published his book and there's no evidence that voter like knew about those principles not to mention he took his temperature readings before the thermometer scale was standardized which happened about a decade after his death. We're not saying Lunar Lake was a bad scientist after all. He did establish that a fever is a symptom of a disease not a disease itself. That's a win. We're just saying that even the most respected science still needs to be double checked scientists only valuable with a system of checks and balances. No result is above a second look. According to a new NASA funded study that appeared in astro biology the next commissions to Mars should be on the lookout for rocks that look delicious. I'm talking about rocks that looked like Fettuccini Pasta and here's a fun fact. The formation of these types of rocks here on earth is controlled by ancient bacteria that thrive in environments similar similar to Mars as reported by universe today this bacteria which is known as and I will do my best to pronounce this so for a hydrogen I._B._M.. Yellowstone N._C.. Or Sofer I- nice thanks belongs longs to lineage that evolved over two point three five billion years ago it uses sulfur and carbon dioxide as energy sources thrives in heat and extremely low oxygen environments and can withstand exposure to ultraviolet light in hot hot springs the microbe assembles itself into strands and promote the crystallization of calcium carbonate rock more commonly known as travertine which gives it. It's pasta like appearance. The unique shape instructor are a result of the so Farai Ferai bacteria forming into chains to prevent from being washed away the chains allowed them to remain fixed to rock formations and absorb nutrients from the hot springs. This behavior makes it relatively easy to detect when conducting geological surveys and would make it easy to identify when searching for signs of life on other planets Bruce Faulk is a professor of geology and lead researcher on the NASA study and he collected samples from mammoth hot springs in Yellowstone National Park using sterilized. Pasta forks of all things and then analyzed the microbial genomes to figure out the organisms metabolic needs the team also examined the bacteria's rock building capabilities and from the proteins on the bacterial surface dramatically increase how fast last calcium carbonate crystallizes in and around the strands in fact they figured out that these proteins cost crystallization at a rate that is one billion times faster than any other natural environment on the planet a little over a year from now Nasr's Nasr's Mars Two Thousand Twenty rover will be heading to the Red Planet to carry on the hunts for life. 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"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Has been bloomberg opinion and you can hear bloomberg opinion editorials every weekday at this time six thirty eight on wall street time for the bloomberg green report here's bob moon a blistering heatwave is in temperatures soaring across much of europe rising above thirty eight degrees celsius or one hundred degrees fahrenheit in some places and threatening to alzheimer's cards for june germany has reduced speeds unusually limit free stretches of its high-speed audubon to as low as one hundred kilometers per hour or sixty two miles an hour because of fears the searing heat could cause potentially deadly cracks in road surfaces meteorologist blame climate change for sending a blast of air from the sahara desert into western europe the early summer heat has already sparked wildfires outside berlin in paris the french government closed schools in volunteers distributing water to the homeless temperatures in switzerland or about ten degrees warmer than normal for this time of year according to data compiled by bloomberg political tensions are also heating up this past weekend german police forcibly removed protesters who stormed in open pit coal mine declaring that nothing less than our future is at stake that's the bloomberg green business report unball moon thank you bob coming up today we get the third print on first quarter g._d._p. out at eight thirty a._m. wall street time here the preview is bloomberg's vinny del giudice bloomberg economics is today's g._d._p. revision is on unlikely to show a significant change from the previous estimate of first-quarter economic growth rate of three point one percent stronger than the fourth quarter pace economic activity expanded robust clip even as consumer spending and business investment lag during the first three months of this year they need don't shoot ice bloomberg daybreak vinnie thank you as president trump arrives in osaka japan for key trade talks with chinese president xi jinping futures are mixed p futures a four points higher but dow futures are down fifty nine points now nasdaq futures up seventeen and a half stocks in europe moving lower with the cac in paris down three tenths percent the dax in germany little change to lower the price of the ten year up to thirty seconds the yield two point zero three percent two year treasury yield one point seven five percent comex gold down a half percent down six dollars ninety cents at fourteen eight fifty you are listening to bloomberg daybreak.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on RoshCast EM Board Review
"Rush cast episode fifty two. I'm not Gupta and mega ball with in training exam around the corner where back with a new episode after a long break. But don't forget that you can always go back and listen to old episodes. We've covered over three hundred questions. We'll also have a little update at the end of the episode. But for now let's jump right into some new questions. Your first patient is a sixty four year old woman with the history of hypertension migraines and Paulie Myalgia Gramatica. She presents with the right side of the headache that has been progressively worsening over the past three days in this feels different from her prior migraines the pain worsens with eating and when she brushes her hair her review systems as positive for fatigue and partial vision loss in the right eye in the. She's febrile to thirty eight degrees Celsius under exam demonstrates tenderness to patient over the right temple. Visual Acuity is twenty forty on the left and twenty eight on the right. What's the most appropriate next up in? The patient's management is at a Ivy methylprednisolone be obtained. Isr and CRP to confirm diagnosis see obtained temporal artery biopsy or D. Oral prednisone so they're clearly describing temporal arteritis AKA giant cell. Arteritis here in our testing you on the diagnosis and treatment. The most appropriate next step in this patient with vision loss is answer choice a administering IV methylprednisolone. Let quickly go over the other answer. Choices answer choice. B OBTAINING ESPN Syrup. Email to confirm. The diagnosis is something. That should happen. But the patient has vision laws so immediate treatment is the next best. Step also normal. Espn CRP John. Rule out the diagnosis answer choice. See obtaining a temporal artery biopsy is also something that should be considered as part of this patient's management plan but we definitely don't want to wait for the results to start treating here. Dilling treatment can lead to a reversible vision loss. Answer Choice de giving the patient. Prednisone is an option for peace without signs of vision loss and as a brief review of giant cell arteritis. This is the most common vascular in the US and it affects women more than men usually presents in the elderly and almost never before the age of fifty patients present with low grade. Fever weight loss headache scalp tenderness vision loss and jaw jaw. Qualification is the clinical feature that is most likely associated with the positive temporal artery biopsy vision loss is the most concerning clinical feature in these patients and the onset is abrupt. Emerging Treatment is always warranted treatment. As mega mentioned is with IV methylprednisolone and. That's given for the first three days and then it's followed with oral prednisone if your patient is unable to take glucocorticoid than total Azuma or methotrexate are other options for treatment as you're admitting this patient for IV steroids and putting yourself in the back the nurse tells you about an uncomfortable appearing forty two year old man who presents with lower back pain that started acutely while lifting a couch. The pain is reading the right poster Lotto calf. He denies any Ballard Bladder and continents on examination. He has decreased planter reflection at the right ankle and numbness of the right lateral foot disk. Herniation at which level is most likely responsible for his findings is it e L Two l three B L three or four C l four five or D l five s one so I know that. Most carnations occur. Post your laterally and impinge the next lower nerve root as across the disk on its path to the neural Raymond. Our patient has decreased plantar reflection and numbness of the lateral foot all signs pointing to s one ridicule apathy. So the correct answer here is choice de l five s one other signs of an S. one radiculopathy or decreased sensation. Along the poster Lotto Calf and decreased Achilles reflects a positive straight luxuries test has a sensitivity of over ninety percent for SCIATICA but a low specificity a positive cross-strait lake test which is pain in the lower back reading down the affected leg when the contra lateral leg is raised. Actually as a high specificity for diagnosing Outta let's go for the other answer choices and their respective distributions choice. L Two l three herniation will cause decreased sensation of the medial thion weakness of hip lection choice. B L three or four herniation results in decrease in station of the medial foot and weakness of knee extension decrease than station between the first and second toe and weakness of ankle doors. Affection can be seen with choice. C L four l five disk herniation certainly worth committing these distributions to memory. If you haven't already moving on which of the following is most likely to be seen powder renal syndrome. Is it a arterial or congestion? Be History logically normal kidneys see necrosis of the renal tubular bells or D. Segments? All Sclerosis of the Reno Lemaire. Eli He Padalino. Syndrome is the causative acute kidney injury in patients with acute or chronic liver disease. I feel like patients with a paddle. Renal Syndrome probably have his Logically normal kidneys choice B. But I'm not certain I know why the other answer choices are incorrect. Let's discuss the other answer choices and delve further into powder renal syndrome choice. A arterial or congestion is incorrect because an arena syndrome. The Renal arterials are constricted rather than dilated and congested Reno. Arterial dilation and congestion is actually associated with C. H. F. or other states have decreased forward flow choice see necrosis of the renal two bills here they're describing atn or acute tubular necrosis. Atn can be precipitated by exposure to toxins or severe ischemia causing in Toronto failure and Choice D. bag mental sclerosis of the Renuka. Lemaire Eli here just describing F- SGS or vocal segment Okla mary-louise Sclerosis which is another cause of intra-venal kidney failure and as a refresher he petterino's syndrome occurs secondary to splitting arterial visa. Deletion mediated by nitric oxide prostaglandins in response to Porto hypertension. This leads to activation of the rain. Andrew Thompson aldosoro and pathway causing systemic music constriction that is most prominent in the kidneys. This causes a decline in renal perfusion and decrease Chia far but his logically. The kidneys are not affected and can function normally deliver function. Improves POWDER RIEDEL? Syndrome is usually precipitated by acute insult. Such as the SBP or GI bleeding it presents with increased serum craton with minimal protein area and low sodium. Excretion in the setting of acute or chronic liver disease I'll aguirre is also typically present. This is also a diagnosis of exclusion other causes of Reno injury should be excluded before settling on Hypolito Renal Syndrome treatment for her powder. Renal Syndrome is focused on improvement of liver function. Definitive treatment. However would be liver transplant. As you're admitting your peace with the Padalino Syndrome you pick up a quick hand pain. It's a twenty seven year old man who accidentally injected his left index finger with grease gun while at work on physical exam the digit a swollen with a Pinhole won't the remainder of the hand examines on remarkable which of the following will determine the amount of tissue damage a substance will cause is it a chemical properties of the substance. Be Pressure of the injection. See temperature of the substance injected or D. volume of the substance injected well. This isn't a quick campaign. This patient is exhibiting signs and symptoms of high pressure injection injury choice a the chemical properties of the substance injected or the primary determinant of. The damage caused Aaron Clean. Water have benign course while paint solvents caused the most severe inflammation the initial external exam make deceptively reassuring however there's typically delayed pain distension and swelling with the digit in ultimately vascular involvement resulting in Digital Ischemia as inflammation progressives tracking long. Tendon sheets allows inflammation to progress more approximately on the flexible surface of the hand. Which may result and Tina's Nevada's high pressure? Injection injuries are a true surgical. Emergency does management of these injuries. Is that immediate surgical treatment and exploration by hand surgeon while in the tetanus prophylaxis should be updated analgesic provided. Iv Antibiotics should be started. The other answer choices be pressure of the injection. See temperature of the injection in D. volume of injection are all important. In determining the extent of damage but the chemical properties a knee Jackson are the primary determinant of the amount of tissue destruction that occurs while on this topic. Do you remember Knievel's criteria for flexible? Tinos Nevada's definitely therefore criteria to remember here one the fingers typically held in slight fluctuation to there's visa form swelling of the digit three. There is tenderness along the flexor tendon. Sheath and four there's pain with passive extension of the digit actually just saw one of these the other day. Always good to clinically correlate. You're studying with peaching Sam's agreed let's head over to the pediatric Ed for the next one. A five year old girl presents with a rash that started on her face and spread to her neck. Excellent and groin. Her mom states that she had an upper respiratory infection one week ago on exam patients rashes tender with a positive. Nikolsky sign which of the following statements regarding the diagnosis of this. Patient's condition is correct. Is it a deep layers of the Germans are involved be often leaves? The patient disfigured from scarring see mucous membrane. Involvement is common where D- The diseases caused by an exo toxin producing bacteria. The first step to this question is identifying that they're describing staffs called it's syndrome here. This is caused by answer. Choice D. X. Toxin producing bacteria. It is actually a severe form of balls impetigo that has seen in children less than five years of age and often follows a Uri rash associated with this syndrome starts on the face with Perry oral being classic neck. Excellent in growing and then spreads and becomes exfoliating fallout by development of Faucet bullet and skin discrimation these Russia's our tender to touch and you'll see a positive Nikolsky sign as in this girl. Treatment is supportive with anti-static antibiotics like Nestle in Iraq. Cicilline of course if initial treatment fails or there's a high prevalence of Mersa. You probably want to consider Vancomycin..
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Shaver the fuel itself must be at a high enough. So it does not auto ignite and temperature would be between the white suede six hundred five that's easily so suitable for come question. In our show, which a wine, which is what they Nick. I'm not sure the quantity in the wintertime. But I know that ES tanker place down there in Covington. Most of us get our fuel from. I know you'll in the wintertime, we gasoline a little bit, but mostly with easel and that keeps Ciccio from gelling get your late night that thirty eight degrees celsius, which is one hundred degrees Fahrenheit. And then of course, you have your kerosene for your all your lamps, which I won't or you with the celsius kerosene actually varies between one hundred one hundred sixty degrees Fahrenheit, very very dirty. Very dirty feel so that you ever take four talking to watch twenty six two zero five and yet worked driving around the bomb with breaking heater underneath the eighteen hundred degree reaction system. Yeah. Exactly. So. Matter of time. And yeah, when like what you're saying earlier, mytalk cat has this money to I w nine hundred km warriors. I've got a thousand one w nine hundred ten words, it's got a five fifty cat in eighteen feet rate..
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"What I thought was the biggest possible tactic or thing that makes window could use again Jada insane patients. I really thought it was his lightsaber and the right use of his lightsaber. But here's the thing research on a lightsaber and did some research on the she hulk now, the she hulk according to again, marvel Wicky can take temperatures as high as three thousand degrees Fahrenheit, and my understanding lightsaber is that it's a plasma kind of conduit. That means that you can have your hand like half a millimeter away from it, and you won't feel any heat. But if you actually touch it, that's when you feel the heat that's omitted from the lightsaber blade. If you will now we've seen lifesavers cut through all types of metal and Star Wars, and we know that steel become soft around five hundred thirty eight degrees celsius, which is thousand Greece Fahrenheit and melts around twenty five hundred Fahrenheit. So I know the lightsaber reaches. At least that temperature. But the she hulk again can take temperatures at least five hundred degrees Fahrenheit higher than that. Now. I'm not saying she couldn't be affected by the lightsaber. But it's not going to affect her anywhere near as highly. As what Jay is saying not just because you can take those temperatures, but also because she's super super durable. So don't let power lightsabres cut through all flesh. And at a Manso all how do you know that light sabers can cut through any substance with the exception of certain named metals that could include mandatory Lori and iron Frick and Corto sus. There has never been a spike species that has flesh that resist lightsabres, and how many how many times has the she hulk been in Star Wars to cheese she hasn't. So we have to look at fish, and we can see that the windy windy. Go can cutter a magical a magical? Creature? Go ahead who can who can lift or press one hundred times who's in the whole class of strength. Go ahead. We can also see that adamancy can cut hoax. Sure. And how does that Amand him hold up to a lightsaber? Well, I don't know because we don't know you can't they can be equivalent. It's not a false equivalency. Okay. Okay. Gentlemen. I got the point the point. Once guy says it can't be cut. What's I can't? That's my job to figure that out. Please continue. Okay. But what I'm saying is demonstrably the hulk flesh can be cut by blades and the lightsaber is not just temperature. It's a blade right? That's super super hot. I think we can move on. I think we've all heard the points in the counter points. Sure. All right. Well, let me go to my point number two. And this one's called champion of the universe. Now. The she hulk is often thought of as a super powerful and somewhat indestructible force of nature, which she is. She's also been written as brilliant attorney who has defended both regular humans well super powered ones in the courtroom. However, one thing continues to escape people while the time, it's the fact that the she hulk is an insanely skilled fighter, and this is another cool difference between the hulk and she hawks she Hoke is able to kind of see at one point during her career that when it comes to fighting ability. She's not where she needs to be or she can actually improve it and show she goes ahead and decides to consistently trained to be a better fighter when it comes to combat the hulk punches and kicks and shows and does those kind of things until something falls apart or something stops moving, and she hulk has advantage there because she doesn't just fall back on superhuman strength and some savvy. Rian brawling, you know, as a member of different superhero team, she's been trained by combat experts like captain America, and again people like Amora who's again, a very deadly fighter when the deadliest fighters in the marvel galaxies our universe. Not only can she use variety of weapons, by the way. But she ho can also use a variety of fighting styles, and whether she's in her human form, she used the same martial skills to take down enemies, much, bigger and stronger than herself. Now, give me a couple of examples in two thousand seven I think she hoped number fifteen she went up against you bomb nation referred to this earlier. Now, I she used psychology to try to distract remember the interesting thing and other interesting about the she hulk and Jennifer Walters is that she's really really smart, obviously, she's a great attorney..
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on Japan This Week
"I'm not sure why it goes on, but perhaps it's a gun on Ceuta trying to get through it in Japan as they say kind of thing, but of the seventy one thousand two hundred sixty six people mentioned earlier five thousand and sixty eight fell sick at educational facilities. This includes elementary schools and kindergartens Japan today readers are steaming hall is Brown writes, there was a soccer game being played at twelve thirty. PM last Saturday at our local junior high school, it was thirty eight degrees celsius. I see people walking around in jeans and long sleeve shirts. I rarely see anyone wearing a hat of any kind everyday for the last two weeks. I've seen road maintenance workers doing the weeding in the middle of the day. A lot of the heat stroke problems are down to pure stupidity and lack of common sense. Wow, halls Brown. Tell us what you really think. And Vince black adds to send children out in this weather just for the sake of tradition or some other stubborn purpose is tantamount to child abuse. Well, it's certainly not good. Parents keep your children inside. Keep them under the air conditioner. Give them some popsicles for goodness sake, but don't send them out to play grass hockey or something like that. It's just kind of crazy and well, we should be keeping the students inside the good old, air conditioning, goodness of their schools. One thing I said mentioned right now is. That officials are trying to push parasols for men after this heat wave. You can check that out on the Japan today. Site you can see all these pictures. If you're a photographer, you'll kind of know what I'm looking at right now because it looks like a reflector that you might use, but concave and turned into an umbrella. I call it an umbrella. They call them parasols, but they are pushing these on the men here in Japan, this summer to try to counteract the heat wave. Speaking of the intense heat, Tokyo twenty twenty Olympic organizers are worried that if the capital has a summer, like the one we're having right now, Olympic spectators and athletes will be in for an unpleasant time during the games that are supposed to run from July twenty. Fourth dog ninth not supposed to run. They are gonna run from twenty four dogs night. So Tokyo twenty twenty president Yoshito. Maury has asked prime minister Shinzo Ave to consider implementing daylight savings time in the summer of twenty twenty. Now, the government is thinking about bringing clocks forward by two hours between June and August next year on a trial basis to iron out any problems with a change. Like this organizers have already rescheduled some of the Olympic events for much earlier in the day to try and avoid the worst of the heat, those economists. On the other hand, they have some mixed views about daylight savings time tolsey he. Hero Nagahama chief economist at Dai-Ichi Life. Research institute says the people start working two hours earlier. They may not finish earlier and just end up working longer hours than before Japan today readers though. Well, they seem to like the idea of daylight savings time. Jane m to says, daylight saving time should be introduced once and for all in summer, the sun rises before for him and sets around seven pm. It feels so much better to be able to sleep well in the morning and have more light after work to enjoy. I tend to agree with Jane to here. I come.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast
"Scarcity syndrome febrile neutral pina is one of the most common complications of chemotherapy signs include fever of thirty eight point five or greater or a sustained temperature of thirty eight degrees celsius with an absolute neutral count of less than five hundred cells or expected decrease of anc to less than five hundred cells in the next forty eight hours obtain blood cultures and treat with impure antibiotics hyper viscosity syndrome can happen with patients who have walden strom macro glob anemia leukemia and multiple myeloma the circulating immunoglobulins coat the cells and sledges the blood causing hypo perfusion treat this with plasma freezes and targeted chemotherapy structural causes include superior vena cava syndrome malignant epidurals spinal cord compression and malignant pericardial fusions an sec syndrome the cancer compresses the sbc causing facial dima discoloration hoarseness and other symptoms treatment is with ray ta tion steroids and chemotherapy also intra basket or stunting is used another structural emergency is malignant epidurals spinal cord compression where you see neurologic signs of compression and back pain a multidisciplinary team including neurosurgery should be utilized is someone with a safa jail cancer presents with chest pain dystopia and palpitations what should you be worried about that would be a malignant pericardial fusion this is common in long asaf a jill breast cancers lymphoma leukemia and melanoma think beck's triad hypo tension increased jugular venous pressure and muffled heart sounds and pulses paradoxes g findings will include low amplitude wave form an electrical alternate ends treatment is with pera cardio sintesis or other long term solutions such as pericardial windows or drainage with a catheter into the pericardium or chemo.
"thirty eight degrees celsius" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The football world cup two men have been seriously injured in what's believed to have been an explosion in austin texas the incident follows a series of parcel bombings in the city which killed two people this month and injured two others both men killed in the attacks african americans and police have not ruled out racism as motive at a news conference in the last hour austin's police chief brian manley had this message for residents of the city not only do not touch any packages or anything that looks like a package do not even go near it at this time because given the darkness we have not had an opportunity to really look at this last site to determine what has happened but it was obvious it's been an explosion it's obvious it is caused significant injuries to people and it's important right now for anyone in the neighborhood behind us to remain inside and give us time to work through this that was texan police chief brian manley you're listening to the world news from the bbc the turkish government says it may move its military onto other kurdish strongholds in syria after successfully seizing the border town of our free from a local militia turkish soldiers and their syrian allies say they met little resistance on the kurdish forces when they moved in on sunday there are reports of looting throughout afrin kurdish authorities avert vowed to retake the town and insist that some of their militia are still there more than seventy homes have been destroyed in wildfires in the australian state of new south wales two hundred people were forced to sleep in an evacuation center overnight in the town of tatra are sydney correspondent how griffith this following the story the fire swept through tougher as temperatures hit thirty eight degrees celsius strong winds carried the flames one hundred fifty firefighters worked through the night to try to contain the blaze which is now being controlled but residents have been told it's not yet safe for them to return to check on their properties so far there be no major injuries reported around eighteen homes have also been destroyed in the neighboring state of victoria where lightning strikes are believed to have started a series of fires scientists say an international trial to treat multiple sclerosis has shown significant life changing results for some patients the study involves destroying the patient's immune system with chemotherapy then using stem cell transplants to rebuild it the tennis star martina navratilova has accused.