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    Re: Recovery Choices Shape Future Climate

    Encouraging measures like this would have to begin with some kind of international leadership, including the USA's rejoining the Paris Climate Accord... A small but significant step forward.
  2. Re: A Titanate Nanowire Mask That Can Reduce Pathogens

    The disposal issue certainly makes sense. I question whether you can refer to a mask made from layers of non-woven polypropylene plastic microfibres as "paper."
  3. Re: Vitamin D Twice A Day Keeps Vertigo Away

    I agree with Grulla on both points. Further, the amount of D is so small and the amount of calcium so dangerously large that any difference in vertigo over the course of a year is purely accidental....
  4. Re: Does Vinegar Kill Weeds For Good And How Do I Properly Use It? (It doesn't)

    I've taken the liberty of amending the headline to avoid sending potential readers to a useless site.
  5. Re: Does Vinegar Kill Weeds For Good And How Do I Properly Use It? (It doesn't)

    Can we please put this myth to death once and for all, and pound a stake through its heart?

    1. No, ordinary vinegar will not kill weeds permanently, no matter what additives you include in the mix...
  6. Re: Covid-19 Outbreak At A Kids Summer Camp May Be Stark Warning

    My younger daughter is an educational consultant in NYC and a former member of the city's department of education. I get the impression that of all the decision makers involved, teachers seem to be...
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    Re: How Should I Clean My Cloth Mask?

    I am so tired of keyboard arguments over the virtues of masks! They have become a political statement rather than a medical necessity.
  8. Re: Covid-19 Outbreak At A Kids Summer Camp May Be Stark Warning

    And several states, including New York, are prepared to fully open. I foresee a catastrophic situation in the making.
  9. Re: Vitamin D Does Not Reduce Risk Of Depression Or Mood Changes

    Which seems like a revealing look at the mindset of surgeons.
  10. Re: GE Salmon Caught, Temporarily, in a Net of Regulation

    Thanks, I'll be on the alert for that sticker.
  11. Endogenous Deficiency of Glutathione as Most Likely Cause of... Death in COVID-19

    Endogenous Deficiency of Glutathione as the Most Likely Cause of Serious Manifestations and Death in COVID-19 Patients

    Alexey Polonikov
    May 28, 2020

    Abstract

    Higher rates of serious...
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    Re: Home COVID Testing Blocked By FDA

    Did this from my inbox.
  13. Re: Eli Lilly Is Testing A Way To Prevent Covid-19 That Isn't A Vaccine

    I don't know a lot about antibodies but I suspect this method is not scalable in the same way that vaccine production is. Perhaps it would be useful among assisted living facilities.
  14. Re: Vitamin D Does Not Reduce Risk Of Depression Or Mood Changes

    That's good to know, Mr. Wiz. Thank you!
  15. Re: Eat Less Red Meat, Scientists Said. Now Some Believe That Was Bad Advice.

    This information is dated but even so, I don't think much has changed. Most trials are based on feedlot beef, meaning red meat laced with antibiotics, hormones and genetically modified corn (GMO). I...
  16. Re: Rebuttal Of Study That Says Keto Diets Don't Work

    And even so, the FDA has issued its annual dietary recommendations which remain absolutely unchanged from previous years, meaning they haven't revised the most harmful suggestions in their...
  17. Re: Vitamin D Does Not Reduce Risk Of Depression Or Mood Changes

    I wonder whether exposure to actual sunlight, as opposed to a supplement, could achieve the desired effect. I can't claim anything helpful since I do both — exposure in spring summer fall, and...
  18. Re: Eli Lilly Is Testing A Way To Prevent Covid-19 That Isn't A Vaccine

    Potentially useful, but I'm thinking on a relatively small scale.
  19. Re: Doubt Cast On Wisdom Of Targeting 'Bad' Cholesterol To Curb Heart Disease Risk

    If you were to use the search box on this site for one word, cholesterol, you would probably find both the condemnation of the belief that high cholesterol is harmful, as well as the additional...
  20. Re: Are Seed Oils Behind the Majority of Diseases This Century?

    Thank you for that summary, scilover. Regulars on this site must all know by now that most vegetable oils are high in omega-6 fatty acids. The ideal ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 is 1:1. The actual...
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    Re: The Mask Slackers Of 1918

    Maurya, I wish you would copy that last paragraph to our group conversation on Facebook. A couple of people in that group, otherwise well educated and well-informed, refused to mask, claiming that...
  22. Re: Syrian Seeds Could Save US Wheat From Climate Menace

    Sorry, I don't know what "assimilates the content" means. I'm trying to be helpful, Grulla. Clicking on a Guardian link should take you to the complete article which you can read unobstructed, unlike...
  23. Here's Why Hydroxychloroquine Doesn't Block The Coronavirus in Human Lung Cells

    Let's put this argument to rest once and for all.

    KATHERINE SELEY-RADTKE
    1 AUGUST 2020

    A paper came out in Nature on July 22 that further underscores earlier studies that show that...
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    Re: Tip For Peeling Garlic

    My question still stands.
  25. Re: How Can You Naturally Increase Stomach Acid?

    That's good advice, scilover. There used to be an old maxim about chewing your food x number of times. After all, the digestive process begins in the mouth.
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