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A funny thing happens when you use actual numbers. https://youtu.be/UQ5IL-d1y5o NYU doctors recently submitted a survey of 215 pregnancies reporting for birth to their hospital. Their take: “High” levels of asymptomatic pregnant people are ticking time bombs. But let’s define “High,” shall we? Google search results for the study show what bloggers and media are focused on. Four pregnant women who tested...

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Spring solved Covid-19

Spring solved Covid-19


Posted By on Apr 17, 2020

So long to Covid-19 treatment blogs: Synergy and the zinc theory I spent a few weeks tracking down the information on COVID-19, hydroxychloroquine / chloroquine, zinc, and azithromycin. In that process I found some bloggers who are doing a much, much better job at exploring the research than I am (shout outs to ASBMB, NephJC again, and “Hello!” Derek Lowe. Never did I think I’d find myself high-fiving a...

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Why Numbers for a Nation Could be Wrong TL;DR Version Making sense of conflicting study recommendations: If you live in the northern 2/3 of the USA, are over 65, have high blood pressure, or are Vitamin D deficient because you work indoors or at night, it’s likely that you should listen to the shelter in home/wear a mask suggestions. If you live in the southern 1/3 rather than focusing on those recommendations, it may be more...

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Recently, there was a viral article about a dress that was causing quite the debate. A lot of people were wondering why some people would see “That Dress” as white and gold, and others would see it as black and blue.  I had an interesting experience with this as a chiropractic patient, rather than a doctor, and found something that might explain it.  While you might not necessarily think of how you see the dress in terms...

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