SORT BY Relevancy
There's a virus, known as enterovirus 68, that is similar to the rhinovirus that causes the common cold. And, it's making hundreds of children sick.
If you want to know what you can do about - as a concerned parent or one who woeks with children - tune in to some basic, yet necessary tips.
About Your Host:
Jessie Blair-Myrie, CHHC, AADP
Truth About Ebola Outbreak If the name Ebola doesn’t make your body feel sick and your mind paranoid, then you probably have no idea about it or you’re lost in the matrix. Wake up and pay attention closely as I give you some valuable information on the Ebola outbreak- you may not believe the truth. I am about to tell you about the Ebola outbreak and other man made viruses.
In this discussion, you will know
- Who invented the Ebola virus
-What cause of the invention
-Pssible ways of treating it.
For the Week 5 recap podcast Jeremy is joined by Matthew K. to go over the latest action of Mountain West football. Well, we don't know much more than we did the week prior. Boise State gets outplayed by Air Force, but is it a one-game slip up or have the Broncos fallen of of its perch from being the feared team they have been accustomed to over the past decade.
Besides going through all of the games we attempt to make a decision on who is the best team in the league this year. This year the Mountain West has no clear frontrunners on a collision course to meet in the Mountain West title game, but now there are multiple teams in each division that can make the case to be the best team.
In this revealing program you will get a straight from the horses mouth description of what is really happening in West Africa from a Liberian Epidemiologist. Then you will get an eyeopening report from a natural health practitioner on herbs, foods and supplements that have proved effective in fighting viral sicknesse, although they are yet to be tried on Ebola.
Jeremy and Chris go through the nine games of the third week of Mountain West football and discuss the highs and lows of the league so far. We both fell that Boise State is the best team in the league and that Nevada really has a chance to compete in the West.
We go deep into Fresno State to try to figure out what is going wrong with that team. Is it coaching, lack of talent, scheme or just maybe we are holding onto some shred of that Fresno State is still a good team and blame the difficult schedule.
We do get to Chuckie Keeton leaving the first half of the Wake Forest game by re-injuring the same knee that he tore his ACL last year. As of this time there is no update on the status of Keeton's knee.
Is the Ebola virus a serious threat to the world or is this another staged scare tactic to instill fear into the American people. Are the elitist attempting to produce such fear in the American people that they will by default agree to go along with the New World Order. We will examine why would our government bring patients who have been infected with the Ebola virus into the United States. We will also look at why would our government send healthy American soldiers into a part of the world that is currently battling Ebola outbreaks.
Join us as we speak with Dr. Iko Ibanga of ProHealth International, in Africa, and other Doctors in Africa, and Doctor's from Africa on the Response to the 2014 Ebola Outbreak.
Do Chime In brings you scintillating topics covering socioeconomic and sociopolitical issues central to Africa.
Each week a team of varying panelists join us on the show to share their views on the selected topic. We encourage listeners from around the world to share their views during the show by:
· Calling our designated phone line: +1(347) 637-3670
· Posting to our website: www.DoChimeIn.com
· Skype: DoChimeIn
Follow us on Twitter: DoChimeIn
Like us on Facebook: Do Chime In
Virus Might be Causing Paralysis
What's a Parent to do
Disclaimer: The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed in this broadcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of the host, co-host or any sponsors. Pennsylvania Black Swan Radio is a PG 13 rated show, that may or may not include strong language. No portion in part or in it's entirety may be used without the written permission from the host.
Week 4 is finally in the books and the Mountain West looked just OK from some teams, others looked really good and a few were down right stinkers. Per usual, we go through each game to talk about what we say, and one trend we saw was the excess of quarterback play.
San Jose State, UNLV, Hawaii and New Mexico all used multiple quarterbacks on Saturday and not to shock anyone, and all but New Mexico lost their game.
We get into the San Diego State vs. Oregon State game and put away the notion that some Aztecs fans want to bench Quinn Kaehler. There were issues on offense and play calling but part of that has to do with wide receiver Ezell Ruffin out, but the San Diego State defense did a great job against Sean Mannion.
We probably spend a bit too much time going over Boise State and fawning over how they are the best team -- they really are -- and see what teams they can lose going forward on its schedule, and there are a few.
The virus, known as enterovirus 68, is similar to the rhinovirus that causes the common cold, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But unlike a cold, the infection can lead to severe respiratory symptoms like wheezing.
The rare virus suspected of sickening 1,000 children in 11 states can start out like the common cold but quickly evolve into something much more serious, health officials say.
The culprit is Enterovirus 68 (also known as EVD-68 or Eentrovirus D68), a rare viral infection that can cause symptoms such as coughing, wheezing and low blood oxygen levels (also known as hypoxemia). In some cases, however, the symptoms can be severe — particularly for children who already suffer from asthma or other respiratory problems.
Jennifer Cornejo of Colorado told Denver's ABC affiliate that her 13-year-old son, William, had cold symptoms that developed overnight into a life-threatening illness. "He was in really bad shape," she told the station. "He came really close to death. He was unconscious at our house and white as a ghost with blue lips — he just passed out." TUNE IN TO LEARN MORE !!!! CALL IN # 347.857.4514 also via www.blogtalkradio.com/hereafterisnow
Jeremy and Chris are back to recap the first week of the Mountain West football season, and of course we know nothing. Not because we are dumb -- well some may think so -- but all of the offseason studying we did seemed to be for naught. The league went 1-5 in FBS games with Colorado State being the lone victor of that group as they beat rival Colorado.
The other half of the games were against FCS foes, and thus it is hard to take a ton out of that and make sense of it.
We discuss how Colorado State and Hawaii are looking to be actual contenders in each respective divison, and that Boise State is not going to go away quietly. Also, Fresno State really could be in a lot of hurt this year after its loss ot USC, and it doesn't help they face Utah and Nebraska in the next few weeks.
Oh, and there was this game we don't really want to mention that happened on Sunday night.
Sit back and enjoy the Week 1 Mountain West football recap.
Ad14 viruses are passed person to person or picked up from items touched by infected people and then initially invade cells in the eye, nose, or mouth that subsequently allow further spread to other body organs.
Symptoms and signs resemble those of a cold (cough, runny nose, mild fever) for about three to five days; the majority of people clear the disease, but up to about 40% may need hospitalization with severe symptoms of pneumonia, and shortness of breath; other organ related symptoms may develop such as eye, bladder, and GI problems. We try to make a live call to CDC to find out what we can do. News Topics and Box office. & a big shout out to the Vendors in the Vendor Fair group. Sponsors: Loretta's Mvp on Demand The Core Store best prices around. Music Relief