What Are Numbers, Anyway – Just a Measure of Something Important

Headlines thrive on bad news – the worse, the better. The Omicron variant is like a combined earthquake and tsunami combined inundated and shaking news desks across the country. When should we be concerned if there are 10,000 new daily … Continue reading

Suppose There Was a Pandemic and No One Got Sick

The more I research the pandemic, the more fear and panic appear on stage. However, I live in Houston, Texas, and most of the time, I would never know there was a pandemic in my life. Therefore, other than visiting … Continue reading

Who Decides How Much Risk is Enough for Each of Us?

The pandemic has forced people to choose sides. On one side, the narrative is that everyone must, absolutely must, have a vaccine. Yet, this same position is held when scientific evidence demonstrates the vaccine degrades monthly after being inoculated. The … Continue reading

Doubling Down on Procedures That Will Increase Risk Is Always Wise?

Einstein is credited with saying insanity is doing the same repeatedly and expecting different results. Before COVID-19 vaccines, maybe a wise move was to isolate those spreading the disease. Governments around the world locked down everyone to prevent the spread … Continue reading

Study Supporting Sunscreen and Shade to Prevent Osteoporosis Is Wrong

More people are protecting themselves from exposure to sunlight to prevent skin cancers. Does that prevention increase the risk of reducing bone density? JAMA Study https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamadermatology/article-abstract/2785540?resultClick=1. Studies can prove almost anything you want if you structure them appropriately. When I … Continue reading

Headlines Not Able to Share Joy & Good News

I wandered through various websites looking for a topic to write about today, and I noticed a positive headline about the pandemic virus. CDC: US COVID Cases, Hospitalizations Down 15 Percent from Last Week https://www.newsmax.com/health-news/covid-hospitalization-cases-down/2021/10/01/id/1038743/ I thought that was good … Continue reading

Some Disagree with Sweden’s Decisions Over the Past 18 Months, But

I was scanning health headlines this morning to determine what to write about today. Then, I came across one about Sweden and the pandemic. It stated, ‘A year and a half after Sweden decided not to lockdown, its COVID-19 death … Continue reading

Pandemic Deaths Are Not Accurate – Double the Current Number

I was looking for a topic to write about today, and I noticed a headline that states the pandemic deaths are too low, especially outside the United States. Dr. Fauci suggested that they should double the current number of deaths. … Continue reading

Is Herd Immunity on the Cusp of Happening?

A couple of days ago, over one-half of adult Americans were protected with one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Over 3 million citizens are being vaccinated daily – almost one hundred million a month. With the reinstatement of the J&J … Continue reading

Vaccinated People Getting the Pandemic Virus Called Rare Breakthroughs – True?

I research a lot of headlines before deciding what to write about each day. I avoid the pandemic news, but sometimes there are overwhelming reasons to dive into a story and find out what else is there. Remember several months … Continue reading