Friday, October 15, 2021
Monday, October 11, 2021
There was some early research that claimed that the vaccine worked better or longer than getting the disease, which makes no sense. In the last couple of months or so there was some new research saying that having the disease provides better immunity. Getting vaccinated after the disease creates the best immunity, which does make sense.
On Sat, Oct 9, 2021 at 11:35 PM Albert wrote:
I just read an article which showed research done by Pfizer's own scientist that those who have contracted COVID-19 and survived have better and longer lasting immunity than those who have taken the vaccine.
The science of growing old and older
Biogerontologists at Sierra Sciences are working to lengthen telomeres, the "caps" at the end of each strand of DNA, which get shorter every time a cell divides itself. After a well past middle age, the cells become inactive, as the telomeres get very short.
Saturday, October 2, 2021
5 Studies on Saturated Fat — Time to Retire the Myth?
I went looking for studies on fat intake and heart disease. I ran across many studies claiming no association between saturated fat intake and heart disease.
This isn't me trying to cherry-pick data. I see contradictory claims everywhere, and I would really like better health information
and one contrary view...
Re: Sen Johnson says FDA approved vaccine not available in US
On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 1:33 PM Larry wrote:
SEN. RON JOHNSON: We do not have an FDA-approved vaccine being administered in the U.S. The FDA played a bait and switch. They approved the Comirnaty version of Pfizer drugs. It's not available in the U.S. They even admit it. I sent them a letter three days later going "What are you doing?" What they did is they extended the emergency use authorization for the Pfizer drug vaccine that's available in the U.S., here that's more than 30 days later, they haven't asked that very simple question. If you're saying that the Pfizer drug is the same as the Comirnaty, why didn't you provide FDA approval on that? So, there's not an FDA-approved drug and, of course, they announced it so they could push through these mandates so that people actually think, "Oh, OK now these things are FDA approved." They are not and again, maybe they should be, but the FDA isn't telling me why.Here are the fine details from Sept 14th...
COVID death rates
A while back I was surprised to learn that Brazil had lost one out of every 400 people to COVID. It is now 1 out of 356. At the same time, the United States was only 1 out of every 540, but it is now 1 out of 479. For those skeptics who frequently claimed that COVID had a death rate of only 0.2%, that is now the death rate of the entire US population, the vast majority of which hasn't gotten COVID. In terms of known and resolved cases, which is approaching 1 out of 7 people, it is 2.1%.
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