From RSV to Strep A, there appears to be an ever increasing number of infections occurring. A few thoughts on these upticks, and some words of caution.
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A look at pine trees and the compounds that provide for the piney, reminiscent Christmas scent.
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If they didn't work before, why would they work now?
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From different COVID alphabet variants, to senseless studies on viral evolution, and a growing fear over "shedding".
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A quick at the smells and fragrances that pervade the holiday season.
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A new JAMA piece purports to suggest better outcomes in COVID positive patients, albeit with a study design not intended to actually measure Long COVID.
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Sometimes there's a clearer explanation for why things gain traction.
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The dependency on titles and degrees can be more damaging than beneficial. COVID has shown us this.
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A viable hypothesis mired in conspiracy, high production, and lack of proper vetting of the material.
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Apparently the FDA's demonization of Ivermectin and doctors was not a mandate, but rather just a "recommendation" for the public.
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An assessment of the currently circulation review targeting "anti-vaxxers" for spreading misinformation and stoking fear.
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And a few comments on the ideology of safetyism.
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