Monthly Archives: November 2021

Masks Work to Prevent COVID-19

Okay: Looks like “masks might help to some extent, and of course depending on the type of mask.” This article today from MedScape. Large Study Affirms What We Already Know: Masks Work to Prevent COVID-19 Brenda Goodman, MA September 03, … Continue reading

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Time to sober up

Finally, we have the analysis by a rational “applied economist.” More than 40 years of precise satellite-measured global atmospheric temperatures — have concluded that the “warming” is 0.14 deg.C per decade [which seems reasonable, given that the planet is just … Continue reading

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Researchers discover a gene that doubles risk of death from COVID-19

This should be of interest to some of you. As is often the case in Gene-Environment Interactions, patients having a particular allelic variant of their LZTFI gene, exhibit a different response to the incoming signal (i.e., SARS-CoV-2 virus) that causes … Continue reading

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