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Could climbing chalk protect you from more than rips?

16 Jun 2022

If you have ever written anything on a chalkboard, you know the powdery feeling left on your hands after holding a piece of chalk. While that residue may feel annoying when you try to go on with...

A Future-Proof Coronavirus Vaccine

28 Apr 2022

You may remember learning about Newton’s third law in school. It states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. A classic example would be a rocket being propelled forward by...

'Natural immunity' to COVID has its limits

25 Feb 2022

This article was originally posted in the Montreal Gazette

Do Bad Viruses Always Become Good Guys in the End?

18 Dec 2021

In our social media age, talk of virulence has gone viral, with most of us atwitter about the course the new coronavirus is taking. As novel variants move up the ladder of concern, we are left...

The Ivermectin Train Cannot Stop

30 Oct 2021

It started with a laboratory study on African green monkey kidney cells. While the dose used was much higher than what doctors would prescribe, the results were promising. Ivermectin could stop the...

The Upside-Down Doctor

4 Jun 2021

Dr. Joe Mercola, an osteopathic physician who has made an impressive fortune selling supplements through his online store, has a new book out about the COVID-19 pandemic, a book which he co...

What to Expect from a COVID-19 Vaccine When You’re Expecting or Breastfeeding

28 May 2021

What should public health bodies do in the absence of data? And, even more importantly, what should the people left to make an important health decision do when no data is available?...

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