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    Re: Venting in the Blogspot

    And just to confirm: We Have a Cheap, Effective Way to Keep Ourselves Safer From COVID-19. Why Are We Fighting About It?
    Gavin Yamey
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    Re: Venting in the Blogspot

    Here's the latest in this trend to defy mainstream medical advice that has generally been recognized as indisputable. This article has been re-printed at least once, based on what I see in my inbox....
  3. Re: Alert But Not Alarmed: New h1in1 Swine Flu Found In China

    What a horrible thought. I surely hope not! One virus at a time, please! I wonder whether such a two pronged attack is even possible.
  4. Re: A Year In, 1st Patient To Get Gene Editing For Sickle Cell Disease Is Thriving

    Wow, that's a really in-depth article, Mr. Wizard. Would you be willing to post it as a stand-alone story in the Other Heath Concerns forum?
  5. Announcing a shift in the Hawkes' Heath "Rules" on political discourse

    For four years, the U.S. mainstream media and "legacy" media have been tiptoeing around Donald Trump's misstatements, trying to find acceptable euphemisms for the words "lies" and "liar." Those...
  6. Re: 'Outrageous': Global Anger @ Trump Admin Buying up COVID-19 Drug Supply

    For four years, the U.S. mainstream media and "legacy" media have been tiptoeing around Donald Trump's misstatements, trying to find acceptable euphemisms for the words "lies" and "liar." Those...
  7. 'Outrageous': Global Anger @ Trump Admin Buying up COVID-19 Drug Supply

    Brendan Cole
    7/1/20

    Public health experts in the U.K. and Australia have expressed alarm at the move by the U.S. to purchase almost the entire global supply of a drug to treat the...
  8. A Year In, 1st Patient To Get Gene Editing For Sickle Cell Disease Is Thriving

    Rob Stein
    June 23, 2020

    Like millions of other Americans, Victoria Gray has been sheltering at home with her children as the U.S. struggles through a deadly pandemic, and as protests...
  9. Re: BLM Protests Did Not Cause An Uptick In Covid-19 Cases

    I think Mr. Wizard is right, it's a bit too soon to tie the rise in infections to protests and demonstrations. Physical closeness is bad enough, but singing and shouting intensify the clouds of...
  10. Re: Gut Microbiota: Certain Probiotics Could Enhance Immune System To Fight Covid-19

    "What appears to be useful in the West may not be as beneficial among Asian populations. This study provides a whole new perspective in the fight against COVID-19. Our probiotic formula is derived...
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    Re: How Does Sugar Affect Depression?

    Scilover, there is a whole load of side effects from sugar consumption that typically never occur to us. Probably a lot of us are unaware that sugar can also cause higher blood pressure,...
  12. Re: Staring At a Deep Red Light Can Significantly Improve Declining Eyesight

    I don't understand the mechanics of it either. I wonder whether the same treatment would prevent or slow the development of macular degeneration. Lots of unanswered questions here.
  13. Re: Coronavirus In Spain Sewage Brings Virus Origin A Step Closer

    Mercola appears to have become completely untrustworthy. He has abandoned his stance on alternative approaches to health and disease, and turned his focus to conspiracy theories. He is politicizing...
  14. Re: How Remdesivir Works to Fight COVID-19 Inside the Body

    Kind of makes one regret that one never focused on a career in pharmaceuticals.
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    Re: Showering daily — is it necessary?

    I'd say it goes beyond personal preference when research shows that daily bathing removes a protective coating from our skin. As long as I continue to be clean and sweet-smelling, I don't see the...
  16. Re: Coronavirus May Be a Blood Vessel Disease, Which Explains Everything

    [QUOTE=grulla;86662]That's a big concern of mine as well, at what point might I be told the same?/QUOTE]

    Grulla, just to clarify, I wasn't "told" anything, and my age has nothing to do with it....
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    Re: Showering daily — is it necessary?

    Hmm. Maybe that explains why I was given it too, because I was at the right age during the war years. And I remember thinking the taste was not unpleasant.
  18. Re: Coronavirus May Be a Blood Vessel Disease, Which Explains Everything

    After a lifetime of giving blood (I'll be 80 next February) I am no longer able to donate. For the first time, my attempt to give blood this month failed. After eight ER admissions of four days each...
  19. Coronavirus May Be a Blood Vessel Disease, Which Explains Everything

    Dana G Smith
    May 29, 2020

    Many of the infection’s bizarre symptoms have one thing in common

    In April, blood clots emerged as one of the many mysterious symptoms attributed to Covid-19, a ...
  20. More than 200 people get infections linked to bagged salad sold in eight states

    Madeline Holcombe and Jen Christensen
    Sat June 27, 2020


    (CNN)Twenty three people have been hospitalized and 206 have lab-confirmed infections after eating a bagged salad mix, the US Centers...
  21. Re: Which Is Better: Coconut Oil Or Olive Oil For Heart Health? Evoo Wins

    Nailed it, Maurya!
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    Re: Venting in the Blogspot

    And here we have GMI on June 25 with this headline: "Why is everyone wearing masks when the science doesn't prove effectiveness?"

    I am reluctant to post anything from Sayer Ji after seeing his...
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    Venting in the Blogspot

    Advisory: because this is the Blogspot where opinions are allowed, I'm going to call Executive Privilege and violate a rule. You will recognize my transgression when you see it because it is...
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    Re: Showering daily — is it necessary?

    Personal experience testifies that that is wicked bad stuff. As a four-year-old, though, I was given cod liver oil and I distinctly remember the mostly pleasant flavor. Apparently my dad was savvier...
  25. Re: Potentially Deadly Heart Rhythm Disturbance - Chloroquine, Covid-19

    I am unable to read your mind or complete your thought, Mr. Wizard, but I do remember that because of the president's behavior, many Americans who have necessary prescriptions for malaria, lupus and...
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