Experimental Assessment of Carbon Dioxide Content in Inhaled Air With or Without Face Masks in Healthy Children A Randomized Clinical Trial

2021-07-06T17:46:43+00:00July 6th, 2021|

Many governments have made nose and mouth covering or face masks compulsory for schoolchildren. The evidence base for this is weak.1,2 The question whether nose and mouth covering increases carbon dioxide in inhaled air is crucial. A large-scale survey3 in Germany of adverse effects in parents and children using data of 25 930 children has shown

Data shows low hospital occupancy numbers across Michigan; COVID-19 hospitalizations drastically declining

2020-05-13T15:02:20+00:00May 13th, 2020|

Michigan has 145 hospitals that are owned by 45 different hospital systems or networks.  These hospitals have 23,462 beds, of which 2,924 are ICU beds. The Michigan Hospital Association provided a one-day snapshot publicly for the first time on April 23.   No trend data over time has ever been presented in regards to hospitalization rates

Nobel Prize Winner challenges lock-down approach

2020-05-13T14:58:16+00:00May 13th, 2020|

As he is careful to point out, Professor Michael Levitt is not an epidemiologist. He’s Professor of Structural Biology at the Stanford School of Medicine, and winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for “the development of multiscale models for complex chemical systems.” With a purely statistical perspective, he has been playing close attention

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