Hiding Data Because It Might Be Misunderstood Is Not Right

I remember that coronavirus data was everywhere during the first several months of the pandemic. Then, it appeared that databases were no longer being updated, and others consolidated into more centralized control. Data was then being parsed. The numbers supported … Continue reading

A New Role Around the Corner for a Miracle Drug That Has Helped Millions?

Ivermectin has helped millions of humans since its discovery in 1975. Initially, the drug was developed from golf course soil samples. The research at the Kitsato Institute in Japan showed great promise in its antiparasitic effects. The first name given … Continue reading

Is the Best Saved for Last, or Is It Another Temporarily Hope?

We were promised a vaccine that would protect us from infection, and if infected, it would ensure we would not have severe symptoms, and the chance of death was significantly reduced. Unfortunately, however, that is not reality. Our real-world today … Continue reading

How Permanent is Permanent When Living in a Pandemic World?

We know that death and taxes are permanent parts of our lives. Change appears inevitable everywhere else. What seemed like permanent today is not tomorrow. For example, we were led to believe that COVID-19 vaccines were permanent – 95+% effective … Continue reading

How Dangerous is This Winter Season to Your Health?

Nearly 40,000 people have died each year from seasonal influenza for the past eight years except for last year. Less than a thousand (748 deaths) were recorded from just over 2,000 confirmed cases of seasonal influenza. The Twindemic forecast for … Continue reading

They Say It Is Not Over till The Fat Lady Sings!

I do not think the latest Pfizer pill is the last rendition sung by the fat lady. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb says the end of the pandemic is in sight – maybe as early as January 4th, 2022. … Continue reading

What Protective Measures Work Best in Other Places?

I have a friend living in France. Their social distance requirement is one meter – a couple of inches or so over a yard – 36 inches. So why is the social distance at six feet in the United States? … Continue reading

Will the Next Variant be Worse Than Delta?

No one realized how aggressive the Delta variant was until it hit home. India had the Delta variant surge from mid-March through mid-June 2021. Accurate statistics for COVID-19 deaths vary, but more than a dozen experts believe COVID-19 deaths alone … Continue reading

Could the United States be as Successful with Combatting the Pandemic as India with Antiviral Pills?

The United States has relied on vaccines to fight coronavirus. By many measures, it has been a successful campaign with over 212 million vaccinated. https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vaccinations?country=USA Around 55% have both doses of vaccine, and another 10% have had a single dose. … Continue reading

FDA Says Livestock Drug is Not Safe for Use in Humans

Ivermectin is an antihelmintic drug used to kill parasites. Parasitic infections weaken immune systems and can be life-threatening, especially in countries with limited medical care. Ivermectin Prohibition https://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-1122/ivermectin-oral/details It is widely used for livestock and not approved by the FDA … Continue reading