COVID Hospitalizations Take Nosedive in U.S.

COVID Hospitalizations Take Nosedive in U.S.

Hospitalizations for COVID-19 have been declining throughout the United States during the past month. On Feb. 9, 2022, CNN reported that, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS), the number of beds being used by COVID patients had dropped by 38 percent to under 100,000 from two weeks prior when COVID […]

Vaccine Damage Claims Related to COVID Vaccinations Reach $146 Million in U.K.

Vaccine Damage Claims Related to COVID Vaccinations Reach $146 Million in U.K.

Some 920 applications have been filed in the United Kingdom for compensation related to injuries and deaths of people following COVID-19 vaccinations. Those applications are for financial payouts under the U.K. National Health Service’s (NHS) Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme (VDPS), which allows an individual who has allegedly been left severely disabled by a vaccine to […]

The Cautionary Tale of a Biotech Company’s Founder, Convicted of Fraud

The Cautionary Tale of a Biotech Company’s Founder, Convicted of Fraud

Elizabeth Holmes was once seen as a revolutionary female genius who graced the cover of magazines such as Forbes and Bloomberg Businessweek. She was Glamour magazine’s “Woman of the Year” in 2015. An Inc. Magazine cover featuring Holmes called her “The Next Steve Jobs.” Headlines boasted of her rise to fame and fortune in Silicon […]

Texas Gov. Abbott Joins Growing Club of Coronavirus “Breakthrough Cases”

Texas Gov. Abbott Joins Growing Club of Coronavirus “Breakthrough Cases”

Opinion | It is interesting to observe the mainstream media’s reporting of the recent news that Governor Greg Abbott of Texas has tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. For example, the headline of an article by CNBC reads, “Texas Gov. Abbott, who banned mask and vaccine mandates, tests positive for Covid.” Another headline by Yahoo! News reads, “Texas […]

Journal Article Questioning COVID Vaccination Protocols Retracted

Journal Article Questioning COVID Vaccination Protocols Retracted

A scholarly article published in a medical journal, in which authors concluded that a “lack of clear benefit should cause governments to rethink their vaccination policy,” has been retracted less than two weeks after publication. The article entitled “The Safety of COVID-19 Vaccinations—We Should Rethink the Policy” was published by MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute) […]

The COVID Shots. Are They Really Saving Us?

The COVID Shots. Are They Really Saving Us?

The number of people in the United States, who are testing positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus or are being counted as coronavirus cases, as well as hospitalizations and deaths attributed to COVID-19 symptoms, has been steadily declining since the end of April 2021. According to a CNBS analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University, as of […]

The Biggest COVID-19 Vaccine Skeptics? Frontline Health Care Workers

The Biggest COVID-19 Vaccine Skeptics? Frontline Health Care Workers

Opinion | What do frontline health care workers and first responders know about COVID-19 vaccines that politicians and their public health advisers don’t? According to a January analysis by Gallup, 51 percent of health care workers and first responders polled in December 2020 were unconvinced of the merits of getting vaccinated, even if the vaccine “was […]

504 Plans for Special Needs Children: The New Normal

504 Plans for Special Needs Children: The New Normal

Every fall I meet with teachers and school officials to review my children’s 504 plans to protect them from anaphylactic shock. This back-to-school ritual has become so routine that we hardly give it a second thought. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 protects people with disabilities and other qualifying health conditions from discrimination […]

Medical “Experts” Were Wrong About the Safety of Opioids

Medical “Experts” Were Wrong About the Safety of Opioids

Story Highlights Addiction to and death from prescription painkillers is now a public health crisis in the United States. In the early 1990s, medical “experts” and “thought leaders” made claims convincing the medical community and the public that prescription painkillers were non-addictive when used in the long-term. Financial conflict of interest between opioid manufacturers and […]