Tag Archives: Don’t

Most Americans Don’t Want Those Shots

The New York Times provides daily updates from the CDC on the numbers vaccinated. While nothing that comes out of CDC’s mouth is necessarily reliable, I am presenting the official numbers below. But it is certainly possible that the numbers of the unvaccinated or partially vaccinated are even higher than presented here. Pay close attention… Read More »

Bombshell Admission — The COVID Tests Don’t Work

From the earliest days of the COVID pandemic, the PCR test has been a source of unrelenting controversy, with experts repeatedly pointing out that it’s not a valid diagnostic and produces inordinate amounts of false positives. Importantly, a PCR test cannot distinguish between “live” viruses and inactive (noninfectious) viral particles. This is why it cannot… Read More »

You Don’t Really Know Sam Asghari

SETTING FOOT ON SAM ASGHARI’S Los Angeles photo shoot one overcast day in July is like stepping into an episode of Entourage presented by Men’s Health. We’re squatting in a 1930s-era Hollywood Hills mansion borrowed from a designer friend of Asghari’s manager, Brandon Cohen, a one-man operation who also represents Salt-N-Pepa and Naughty by Nature… Read More »

If I Don’t Sweat, Does It Even Count?

It is a common belief that if you don’t leave a workout dripping in sweat, it didn’t count. Count for what? That is the main question. If you didn’t sweat until your clothes need to be wrung out, does that mean it was a waste of time?  Before we talk about the physiology of sweating,… Read More »

Vaccinated teachers and students don’t need masks, CDC says

Loading the player… Vaccinated teachers and students don’t need to wear masks inside school buildings, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday in relaxing its COVID-19 guidelines. The changes come amid a national vaccination campaign in which children as young as 12 are eligible to get shots, as well as a general decline… Read More »

Devi Sridhar interview: Don’t blame the scientists for lockdown

By Adam Vaughan Devi Sridhar, professor of public health at the University of Edinburgh University of Edinburgh When not advising the Scottish government on its pandemic response, Devi Sridhar is being interviewed by TV news channels, writing opinion articles for The Guardian or tweeting to her almost 300,000 new followers. Throughout, she has been unafraid… Read More »