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Trust “The Science”? No.

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Thanksgiving weekend came and went in 2021. The soothsayers of Team Apocalypse were wrong again—the sky didn’t fall. Whole populations of families who dared to get together to celebrate were not wiped out. But that didn’t stop NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci. The COVID fatality rate doesn’t hold a candle to the risk of standing […]

Monoclonal Antibodies No Longer Effective Against New Strains of SARS-CoV-2

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Monoclonal antibodies, which are synthetic versions of antibodies that are produced in a lab,  appear to have lost effectiveness against COVID-19 disease as new variants of the virus emerge. Previously touted as the top-of-the-line outpatient treatment by public health officials and many clinicians, monoclonal antibodies have fallen out of favor as outpatient treatment for patients […]

Pfizer’s New RSV Vaccine for Pregnant Women on Fast Track

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Amongst frantic media coverage of increases in cases of (RSV) among children, Pfizer has announced the development of an experimental bivalent RSV vaccine for pregnant mothers in an attempt to protect newborns from being infected with the virus. The pharmaceutical giant plans to submit the results of their RSV vaccine clinical trials to the U.S. […]

Shortage of Adderall Affecting Behavior in Children and Adults

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On October 12, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a shortage of a drug formulation of amphetamine mixed salts, commonly referred to by the brand name Adderall. Adderall is an FDA approved drug for the treatment of narcolepsy and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), including anger, anxiety, forgetfulness and trouble focusing.1 Adderall […]

Another Study Confirms COVID Vaccine Alters Menstrual Cycles

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A study published in the BMJ Medicine in August 2022 involving almost 20,000 women found an association between those who received a COVID-19 shot and an increased length in menstrual cycles. Of the 15,000 vaccinated women in the study, two-thirds received Pfizer/BioNTech’s COVID messenger RNA (mRNA) biologic, but the data also included women who received […]

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