Category Archives: Health Care

Politics: Trump, Hannity, Pence, and the Coronavirus

Politics:  Trump, Hannity, Pence, Coronavirus  Hannity Subverts Trump’s Campaign How tricky of Fox’s Sean Hannity to ask Trump an unprepared question.  He asked Trump what did he want to accomplish in his next term.  Trump never answered that obvious and … Continue reading

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Trump Unmasked as the Anti-Zorro

Trump Unmasked as the Anti-Zorro Let’s face it:  Trump is the one American who is protected from the Coronavirus by the Secret Service and their testing everybody who comes close to him.  He is also tested every day.  So he … Continue reading

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Summary of White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing

White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing, first in two months. (Last night, Trump filed for the Supreme Court to end the ACA, protecting 23 million people with medical care.. Also,130 million would lose Preexisting Conditions protection, including those that are … Continue reading

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Wearing a Mask is Not an Impingement of Human Rights, It Is an Exercise of Them

Wearing a Mask is Not an Impingement on Human Rights, It is an Exercise of Them I think the main problem with people not wearing masks is that many people are not informed that they are to be worn to … Continue reading

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IHME Projections With Universal Face Masks Cuts US Deaths by 33,000

IHME Projections With Universal Face Masks Cuts US Deaths by 33,000. The June 24 IHME projections now include the reductions in deaths which would occur if 95% of us wore face masks.  This is now, unfortunately a political issue, or … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Trump’s Brotherhood of Dictators, and His Rallies

The Dangers of Trump’s Brotherhood of Dictators, and His Rallies It’s bad enough that Trump asked Xi Jinping for soybean purchases to help him win the election.  Everybody already knows that political approach to getting the farm vote, including Xi, … Continue reading

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Current Coronavirus Deaths and IHME Projections

We compare present worldwide and US deaths with the center of those projected by the latest IHME (U. Washington) model of June 15, 2020. The World has passed 8.03 million cases, and the US is the leading country with 2.11 … Continue reading

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Rising Deaths in IHME with Relaxation and Extension to October

Update, this evening:  as luck would not have it, IHME updated its model this evening, and the projected US deaths as of October 1 has risen to 201,000, with a 95% probability range of 172,000 to 269,000.  The value we … Continue reading

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World Malnutrition in the Pandemic

One of Science Magazine’s Breakthroughs of 2019 was how to treat malnourished children. Millions of Children who were malnourished remained sick, even after being well fed.   Over a decade, researchers found that their gut microbiomes were not developing to … Continue reading

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Military Style Protocols for the Return of In-person Classes

The Military Style Protocols for the Return of In-person Classes Having gotten used to one-way aisles and six steps of separation in lines, we design protocols should we decide to go to back to in-person classes. First, we radically reduce … Continue reading

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