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    Re: Islander's Broccoflower-Cheese Bake

    Lately I've been making the following with broccoli, cauliflower, or a combination of both: I put previously-steamed broc/cauli in some hot coconut oil in a frying pan, stir once or twice, add an egg...
  2. Re: COVID: Taxpayers Invest in Pharma Profits Sign Petition

    And the same reasons posited in the article for why relatively inexpensive, natural supplements aren't encouraged go for the inexpensive hydroxychloroquine, which has performed well in many tests and...
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    Re: Top 5 Health Benefits Of Cauliflower

    It's very good to have some of the benefits and nutrients of cauliflower enumerated like this. In the winter (haha, winter so to speak) here, I usually buy three heads of organic cauliflower and/or...
  4. Re: First Documented Coronavirus Reinfection Reported In Hong Kong

    The article says, "But the Hong Kong researchers sequenced the virus from both of the man’s infections and found significant differences, suggesting that the patient had been infected a second time."...
  5. Re: Researchers Show That Children Are Silent Spreaders Of Virus That Causes COVID-19

    From the actual study referred to (emphasis added): Although transmissibility was not assessed in this study, children with high viral loads and non-specific symptoms including rhinorrhea and cough...
  6. Re: MN Governor Quietly Reverses Course on Hydroxychloroquine

    Exactly! Every time anybody takes a medicine or gets a vaccine or gives one to their child, it's at their own risk anyway.
  7. Re: MN Governor Quietly Reverses Course on Hydroxychloroquine

    The rest of the article is worth reading.
  8. MN Governor Quietly Reverses Course on Hydroxychloroquine

    COMMENTARY By Jon Miltimore
    August 17, 2020

    This past week Minnesota became the second state to reject regulations that effectively ban the controversial drug hydroxychloroquine for use by...
  9. Re: Man Plants Mysterious Seeds Sent From China

    No, I'm not from the South, though my kids and grandkids all ended up there. I'm from the Midwest. Just standing up for the underdogs.
  10. Re: Man Plants Mysterious Seeds Sent From China

    Meaning what? Arkansas has a higher rate of stupid people living in it than other states?
  11. Re: When Covid Subsided, Israel Re-Opened Its Schools. It didn't Go Well

    They only had a month or so left of school when they reopened. It's a pity they didn't just wait. Now it seems they are planning on reopening in September with a lot more precautions in place.
  12. Re: Children May Carry Corona Virus At High Levels, Study Finds

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

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

    Thanks, Islander.
  15. 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...
  16. Re: Hydroxychloroquine: When Medicine And Politics Clash

    I'm referring to doctors, not politicians.
  17. 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.
  18. 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...
  19. 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?
  20. 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:...
  21. 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...
  22. 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...
  23. 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...
  24. 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...
  25. Re: You Must Not 'Do Your Own Research' When It ComesTo Science

    You nailed it.
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