- Do You Know These 10 Ways To Protect Yourself And Loved Ones From COVID? How We Can All Help Stop Our Outbreaks
I base this on the advice of the WHO, the US CDC and other such reliable sources. Check the links to find out more. Here I talk about this article in a video: (click to watch on Youtube) 1. Most people don’t know to isolate from their own household and th ...
Article - Robert Walker - Jan 30 2021 - 3:18pm
- It's Just Correlation, But Linking Coffee To Reduced Heart Disease Is At Least Delicious Wishful Thinking
There are a few known risk factors for heart disease; age is the big one, and then genetics and smoking. Everything else is instead a risk factor for a risk factor for heart disease or even more circumstantial. So butter was a risk factor for cholesterol w ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Feb 10 2021 - 1:44pm
- New RAND Paper Argues Government Control Of Health Care Pricing Will Reduce Costs Better Than Competition
Rather than making affordable health care reality, the Affordable Care Act sent costs for many privately-insured people up as much as 700 percent. The federal government allowed insurers to pass through their new losses to everyone else and even with that, ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Feb 23 2021 - 11:29am
- Vaping Helps Smokers Quit- Including People With Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia can cause hallucinations, delusions, trouble with thinking and other behaviors that impact daily functioning. Though it affects less than 1% of the public, 60% of schizophrenic smoke cigarettes, a known carcinogen and risk factor for numerous ...
Article - News Staff - Mar 16 2021 - 12:53pm
- Like And Trust Your Doctor? It May Lead To More PSA Tests Even If The Government Wants Otherwise
Having a single primary care physician is statistically correlated to increased treatment adherence and decreased hospital admissions and mortality risk. A new paper finds it may also lead to costly unnecessary tests. Male patients who have a single genera ...
Article - News Staff - Mar 22 2021 - 1:54pm
- UCSF Publishes Its Annual 'Science May Be Killing Us' Paper
Tracey Woodruff, PhD, MPH, of the University of California San Francisco, frequent collaborator of anti-vaccine activist and organic industry trade group head Gary Ruskin (US Right to Know) and sue-and-settle attorney Raphael Metzger, is back with a new pa ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Mar 24 2021 - 10:22am
- US Urged To Loan From AstraZeneca Hoard As Health Workers Die In Africa & Assist Technology Transfer To Stop Pandemic Fast
The US has enough doses to vaccinate its entire population twice over and have enough left to fully vaccinate 1.3 billion people outside the USA by the end of 2021. It's not going to run out of doses. As most of you will know, Biden has committed now ...
Article - Robert Walker - Mar 28 2021 - 6:56am
- WHO Say We Can Vaccinate Entire World Fast If Wealthier Countries Permit Transfer Of Technology To Weaker Economies
We have major bottlenecks with producing the vaccines, but the WHO say that it doesn't have to be like this. There are many companies that could have produced them if they had been authorized to do so. There are things we can do to ease the bottlenec ...
Article - Robert Walker - Apr 2 2021 - 10:30am
- USA Can Easily Release 10 Million Unused Astrazeneca Doses To Protect Health Care Workers In Africa- Many Trained By Them
There are billions of vaccine doses coming along later this year. Biden says he will give excess doses to other countries, so the US is expected to be a huge donor later this year. Even if the US fully vaccinates everyone, adults and children, twice over, ...
Article - Robert Walker - Apr 2 2021 - 1:20pm
- WHO Call For Rapid Transfer Of COVID Vaccine Technology To Weaker Economies To Solve Bottlenecks & Vaccinate World Ultrafast
We have major bottlenecks with producing the vaccines, but the WHO say that it doesn't have to be like this. We already have millions of extra doses of COVID today because of the early technology transfer by AstraZenecs at the end of last year. This ...
Article - Robert Walker - Apr 3 2021 - 8:21pm