When I began to write INVISIBLE THREAT, it started out as a thriller. I had a background in studying epidemics of childhood infections, however, and the need for vaccination of this vulnerable population quickly changed my focus. So the number one theme and discussion point should be: To vaccinate or not vaccinate!! But there is … More Some Great Book Club Discussion Questions
During the Fall and Winter of 2021 and 2022 it is quite certain that influenza virus will begin to circulate. Last season there were few cases of flu reported. Most people stayed within their “bubbles” to avoid infection by SARS-Cov-2 and the development of COVID-19. That said, with the opening up of society, despite the … More FLU AND SARS-COV-2 WILL CIRCULATE AT THE SAME TIME IN 2021-22
Invisible Threat is my novel in which measles virus is one weapon that terrorist use to attack our country. They modify and cloak the virus. But in the real world we may be in for a fight against measles and other childhood viral diseases. During the Covid pandemic lots of kids missed their vaccine shots. … More Trouble ahead for measles infections worldwide
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