Modeling Gone Bad.

And here we go again, more evidence of harms done. Authors: Robert W Malone MD, MS Age-stratified infection fatality rate of COVID-19 in the non-elderly population Environmental Research, Volume 216, Part 3, 1 January 2023, 114655 Abstract The largest burden of COVID-19 is carried by the elderly, and persons living in nursing homes are particularly […]

Vaccine Controversy Unintended Consequence?

Highly developed nations requiring the most neonatal vaccine doses tend to have the worst mortality rates in children under age 5, according to a peer-reviewed study published July 20 in Cureus. Researchers Neil Miller, director of the Institute of Medical and Scientific Inquiry in New Mexico, and Gary Goldman, who has a doctorate in computer science, performed several […]

Optic nerve sheath diameter is associated with outcome in severe Covid-19

Authors: Jakob Pansell,  Peter C. Rudberg,  Max Bell,  Ola Friman & Charith Cooray Scientific Reports volume 12, Article number: 17255 (2022) Cite this article1500 Accesses 4 AltmetricMetrics Abstract Neurological symptoms are common in Covid-19 and cerebral edema has been shown post-mortem. The mechanism behind this is unclear. Elevated intracranial pressure (ICP) has not been extensively studied in Covid-19. ICP can be estimated noninvasively with measurements of […]

Mild or Moderate Covid-19

Authors. Rajesh T. Gandhi, M.D.,  John B. Lynch, M.D., M.P.H.,  nd Carlos del Rio, M.D. NEJM 10/29/2022 This Journal feature begins with a case vignette highlighting a common clinical problem. Evidence supporting various strategies is then presented, followed by a review of formal guidelines, when they exist. The article ends with the authors’ clinical recommendations. A 73-year-old […]

COVID-19 linked to increase in US pregnancy-related deaths

Authors: Amanda Seitz/APPosted: OCT 19, 2022 News Nation WASHINGTON (AP) — COVID-19 drove a dramatic increase in the number of women who died from pregnancy or childbirth complications in the U.S. last year, a crisis that has disproportionately claimed Black and Hispanic women as victims, according to a government report released Wednesday. The report lays out grim […]

Excess Mortality in the USA

Stuart SilvermanJustin LiChelsea Wang The COVID-19 pandemic has caused approximately one million deaths in the United States and continues to impact our daily life. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, we now have much more insight into COVID-19 deaths in the US, including hopes for how the pandemic may wind down […]

Estimates of long Covid are startlingly high. Here’s how to understand them

Authors:  Elizabeth Cooney July 2022 STAT Think about the adults you know who have had Covid: Does 1 out of every 5 have long Covid, as the CDC estimates? Asking that question should in no way diminish the suffering of people who thought they were done with their infections, only to find their return to well-being still beyond reach. […]

The CDC Is Breaking Trust in Childhood Vaccination

With its unscientific push to vaccinate all infants and toddlers against COVID, the agency will harm vaccine uptake for more significant diseases Authors: LESLIE BIENEN, TRACY BETH HØEG JULY 05, 2022 Tablet On June 18, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officially recommended Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for all children between the ages […]

Israel sees 70% spike in number of seriously ill COVID patients within a week

‘It’s an unpredictable and unstable situation,’ says immune system expert Prof. Cyrille Cohen, urging lawmakers to ‘actively encourage herd immunity among the vulnerable’ Authors:  Times of Israel June 2022 The number of coronavirus patients in serious condition in Israel reached 140 on Friday, marking a near 70% rise since last week, with health experts warning […]

COVID-19 was deadly to working-class Americans in 2020, researcher says

Authors: Sam Ogozalek June 3, 2022 Tampa Bay Times Working-class Americans died of COVID-19 at five times the rate of those in higher socioeconomic positions during the first year of the pandemic, according to a study. The staggering disparity was revealed in a study of roughly 69,000 U.S. coronavirus victims ages 25 to 64 who […]