Today I’ve decided I’m done being nice and kindly asking people to wear masks. We’re way past the point where society should tolerate endangering behavior from the few. The mutations, the deaths, the economic crisis, this could all have been avoided had the freedom of the few to be ignorant not been treated like it…… Continue reading It’s time for zero tolerance on mask ignorance
I mentioned it briefly yesterday, but today we’re wading in on what we know about Coronavirus mutations, if they affect the effectiveness of our vaccines, if they make the virus more deadly, and if these mutations are common. What do we know about Coronavirus mutations? Are Coronavirus mutations common? Let’s start with the basics. Every…… Continue reading Should we be worried about Coronavirus mutations?
Wearing a mask after getting vaccinated against COVID-19 – everyone is asking – is it still necessary? We’ll dig into this today, especially in the light of the emergency use approval for a second vaccine and (more to come on this tomorrow) the discovery of a mutated COVID-19 virus in London. We can probably all…… Continue reading Should I wear a mask after getting the COVID-19 vaccine?
When it comes to COVID-19, we talk a lot about the lung symptoms – the way the lungs inflame and fill with fluid, preventing oxygen from being passed into your blood system. What’s talked less about and has been found to be a huge problem in our bodies is how the virus impacts our hearts.…… Continue reading COVID-19 Heart Damage
Those of you who are parents know that your kids can be great at so many things. Chiefly among those skills, like saying the darndest things and sometimes being cute, is a unique ability to carry diseases home from school. Colds, flus, mono, and lice never discriminate, though how we handle them does. https://youtu.be/hgFxARWUIGg NPR…… Continue reading Kids and Coronavirus