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  1. Re: Children May Carry Corona Virus At High Levels, Study Finds

    That's very interesting, Mr. W.
  2. Re: From ‘brain fog’ to heart damage, COVID-19’s lingering problems alarm scientists

    These after-effects, if you will, are concerning indeed.
  3. Re: Children May Carry Corona Virus At High Levels, Study Finds

    Thanks, Islander.
  4. Re: Hydroxychloroquine: When Medicine And Politics Clash

    FB, Twitter, and YouTube can do whatever they want with information. They're not scientists, and what they allow or don't allow doesn't necessarily reflect on its accuracy, truth, or worthiness to be...
  5. Re: Hydroxychloroquine: When Medicine And Politics Clash

    I'm referring to doctors, not politicians.
  6. Re: Coronavirus: ‘Very low’ risks to children mean school reopenings are safe, expert

    One possibility is that testing of children was ramped up when, or just before, school started. It would make sense.
  7. Re: Phase 3 clinical trial of investigational vaccine for COVID-19 begins

    I just read today that a respected Brazilian research institute is partnering with a Chinese vaccine manufacturing company on testing a vaccine for COVID. They're at phase three, from what I...
  8. Re: Phase 3 clinical trial of investigational vaccine for COVID-19 begins

    I'm no scientist, but it seems logical that anything that permanently alters a child's genes will also affect their future children, and on down the line. How could it not?
  9. Re: Coronavirus: ‘Very low’ risks to children mean school reopenings are safe, expert

    I don’t see how we can say that the experience of several counties in Georgia puts a lie to the conclusions in the article. At least tens of thousands of people were tested according to the article:...
  10. Re: Hydroxychloroquine: When Medicine And Politics Clash

    I don't think we can say that the hydroxychloroquine controversy has been 'put to bed once and for all.' Scientists disagree on it. There seem to be problems with some of the study methods. Isn't it...
  11. Re: Children May Carry Corona Virus At High Levels, Study Finds

    It seems that this paragraph from the article states the bottom line with regard to this study (emphasis added):

    The experts all emphasized that the findings at least indicate that children can...
  12. Re: Children May Carry Corona Virus At High Levels, Study Finds

    How is a parent to decide? Some historical context may be helpful. Take the risk of measles, for example, before the vaccine. Measles very definitely was transmitted by children, but parents didn't...
  13. Coronavirus: ‘Very low’ risks to children mean school reopenings safe, expert says

    Rob Merrick
    Aug. 9, 2020

    Public Health England research finds ‘very little evidence’ of coronavirus transmission where pupils have returned

    One of the most detailed studies yet will show...
  14. Re: You Must Not 'Do Your Own Research' When It ComesTo Science

    You nailed it.
  15. Re: Man Plants Mysterious Seeds Sent From China

    Right. It's just that I'm not a gardener, and I'm surprised it only took two months from planting to fruit-bearing.
  16. Re: Man Plants Mysterious Seeds Sent From China

    I cannot imagine why anybody would plant unknown seeds, especially coming from an unfriendly country. It says the state is going to remove this man's plants, and I hope they do it asap. But what if...
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    Re: COVID-19 Vaccine Messaging, Part 1

    I don't know why the title says 'default.'
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    Re: COVID-19 Vaccine Messaging, Part 1

    You can read about the 'persuasive messages' tested partway down the page. I didn't find the results of the trial, but I think the fact they're testing messages like this, at least some of which are...
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    COVID-19 Vaccine Messaging, Part 1

    July, 2020

    Brief Summary: This study tests different messages about vaccinating against COVID-19 once the vaccine becomes available. Participants are randomized to 1 of 12 arms, with one control...
  20. Re: Flu and pneumonia shots may lower risk for Alzheimer's, studies fin

    Excellent point, Islander.
  21. Re: Older Children Spread The Virus Just As Much As Adults, Large Study Finds

    Julieanne, be that as it may, I think the most important question is, Is it true what the article says about children and Covid? The NYT is political, too, and that's the important question regarding...
  22. Re: Older Children Spread The Virus Just As Much As Adults, Large Study Finds

    Here's the CDC's take on the subject of children and Covid and reopening schools, updated July 23:"The Importance of Reopening America’s Schools this Fall"
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  23. Re: 13 Insider Tips On How To Wear A Mask Without Your Glasses Fogging Up

    Where do the virus particles go, then, if they're inside you and you're breathing them out with a mask on?
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    Re: Site traffic is up

    Brava! Don't worry about upgrading right away, Islander. Each of us can only do what we can do. Thanks for all you do.
  25. Re: Science Publisher Found Papers On Herbicide Safety Should Be Retracted Due to Mon

    The papers in question were not retracted.

    The article is a little long, but clear and well worth a read if you're interested in glyphosate, and/or in how things sometimes (often?) work in the...
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