80,000 Americans Will Die of Coronavirus in Three Weeks, Really?

21 days divided into 80,000 means that 3,810 people will succumb to the virus every day until the 23rd of January. Is that realistic? Probably not! Is it hyping a scare tactic based on a single point of data? Most … Continue reading

Does it Always Have to be the Worst-Case Scenario?

Hurricane Marco came and went. Hurricane Laura will make landfall tonight. All I hear is doom and gloom when forced to watch a little of the television weather guessers talk about an unsurvivable storm surge. Years ago, facts were mostly … Continue reading

A Quick COVID-19 Update on Sweden

Sweden took a different tack with mandatory quarantine for COVID-19. As such, they were the exception in Europe. The population of Sweden is a bit over 10 million people. Time will tell whether herd immunity is working better in Sweden … Continue reading

Hurricanes and Your Health

A very short while ago Hurricane Harvey was not even a named storm. Within a few weeks, it affected many lives, especially in my area of Texas. We can see similarities in our health. In the middle of this summer … Continue reading