Have you ever thought of the similarities between virus infection and hate. Think about it for a bit. The title of my book, Invisible Threat, should give a clue. Viruses are invisible to the naked eye and even regular laboratory microscopes. You can’t see them coming. Even when a person sneezes they could tell you, … More Hate and Viruses
My novel, Invisible Threat, takes you on a journey following two first generation Americans. One, the antagonist, Dr. Alan Mazer, takes a path toward destruction and terrorism with deadly viruses and vaccines. Dr. Nari Lee, one of protagonists, works with vaccines in the biotechnology industry to make the world a better place for children. In … More Pediatric Vaccine Recommendations
Even if you’ve received a vaccine it’s important to wear a mask in public, make sure you social distance, don’t congregate in large groups, and avoid indoor crowds. AND..From KCBS News 2/10/2021 Double Masking! The Centers for Disease Control and Preventionon Wednesday that what you’ve heard is true, two masks are indeed better than one … More Keep on Wearing Masks!!
A third virus surge is on in the U.S. Winter is here and people are enclosed more often. This gives SARS-CoV-2 a much better chance to spread among us. As several manufactures close in toward the end of their phase 3 (final phase) COVID-19 vaccine clinical trials, anticipation grows. The FDA and its advisory board … More WILL VACCINES FOR SARS-CoV-2 SAVE THE DAY?
As I write this blog we have been focused on the elections, our problems with racism, hurricanes, and fires. I have looked at the SARS-COV-2 infection patterns in Europe and the numbers do not look good. As the graph below shows, the UK has a significant rise in infections in late September and early October. … More Be Prepared…We Are in For the Long Haul with COVID-19
This information refers only to K-12 education. The best place for children to get their education and further their development is in a structured environment in school. They can still be safe if the correct procedures are in place and monitored regularly. Nothing is a 100% guarantee, but lots of information exists suggesting that children … More Getting Back to School in The Age of COVID-19
The Text Below is Taken from the CDC Web Site (July 1, 2020) Consult your Health Professional for more information. Pandemics can be stressful The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a new disease and what could happen can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults … More Coping with COVID-19
First what is Interferon (IFN)? There are three types of IFN. This post will focus on the IFN that the body typically makes when it encounters a virus. This is known as type I IFN. Yes, thankfully cells that are infected with virus start to make IFN and the IFN then seeks out uninfected cells … More Interferon- Can It Help Cure Coronavirus Infection – A Double-Edged Sword
What is herd immunity? And why should we care? At the present time at least 11 million persons have been infected with COVID-19 worldwide. In the United States, the actual number who have tested positive is a about 3 million as of today (July 3rd). The estimate of actual infected individuals is much higher, probably … More Have you Heard, You’re part of the Herd!