No ‘compelling’ case to vaccinate healthy kids right now, says Johns Hopkins medical professor

«I would not recommend a two-dose vaccine regimen for a healthy child ages 0 to 12 years until we have more data,» Makary said. He said there is a «extremely low chance of any benefit for healthy children.» He said that vaccines should instead be sent to poorer countries to use to vaccinate their vulnerable […]

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Ivermectin for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 Infection:

A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Trial Sequential Analysis to Inform Clinical Guidelines Abstract The antiparasitic ivermectin, with antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, has now been tested in numerous clinical trials. This result was confirmed in a trial sequential analysis using the same DerSimonian-Laird method that underpinned the unadjusted analysis. This was also robust against a trial […]

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THE EFFECTS OF CANCER DELAYS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Cancer is the leading cause of deaths globally. Reduction in modifiable risk factors such as stopping smoking and early identification through screening can considerably reduce the burden of cancer. Specific symptoms such as persistent cough, change in bowel habit, unexplained weight loss suggests cancer. The results of our review of the impact of restrictions on […]

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Ginny Roth: The true villains of Canada’s housing crisis aren’t investors, they’re municipal politicians

Homes have become so expensive because there aren’t enough to meet demand. Last week, a Toronto condo developer made headlines with a plan to buy hundreds of homes and then rent them back out to Canadians. So, it makes sense that institutional investors would want a piece of the action. Indeed, the policy problem of […]

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Surgeon fired by College of Medicine for voicing safety concerns about Covid shots for children

Christian was called into a meeting today, suspended from all teaching responsibilities effective immediately, and fired from his position with the University of Saskatchewan as of September 2021. Christian’s meeting today between Dr. Christian and Dr. Christian in his defence of a complaint that was made against him and an investigation by the College of […]

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1 in 4 COVID patients hospitalized while vitamin D deficient die - Israeli study

In a study conducted in a Galilee hospital, 26 percent of vitamin D-deficient coronavirus patients died, while among other patients the figure was at 3%. «This is a very, very significant discrepancy, which represents a big clue that starting the disease with very low vitamin D leads to increased mortality and more severity,» Dr. He […]

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We Just Got Even More Proof that Stay-At-Home Orders Lethally Backfired

A new study finds that lockdown orders didn’t reduce overall mortality, and may have even increased it. Life under lockdown was hard for all of us. From economic destruction to social isolation, the costs of restrictive government policies intended to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 have been steep. In a new paper, economists from the […]

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Rex Murphy: Cutting honours programs and keeping smart kids down proves the silliness of ‘inclusivity’

The Vancouver School Board is cutting all sports programs and all sports competitions because, the school district says, «they do not comply with the equity and inclusion goal of ensuring that all students can participate in every aspect of the curriculum». For the same reason they will also end all coaching services for those students […]

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