A new peer-reviewed study that analyzed 168 countries and 2,947 US counties found that higher vaccination rates were not associated with fewer COVID-19 cases. What the research does suggest… is that vaccines are primarily a matter of personal health, not public health.
An AI-powered Dept. of Defense program named “Project Salus,” run in cooperation with the JAIC (Joint Artificial Intelligence Center), has analyzed data on 5.6 million Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 or older. Data were aggregated from Humetrix, a real-time data and analytics platform that tracks health care outcomes. Legal analysis…
Last weekend we published a report from the FDA’s Vaccine Advisory Committee meeting on Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots held on Friday, 9/17/21. One of the presenters in that open session was Steve Kirsch, the Executive Director of the COVID-19 Early Treatment Fund, who stated that “expert analysis” revealed that over 150,000 people have died in […]
The number of states with an obesity rate of at least 35 percent has nearly doubled in two years, with continuing racial and ethnic disparities, according to research released by the Centers for Disease Control
A new study from MIT researchers has confirmed that coronavirus skeptics and anti-maskers understand science and data better than their political opponents.
People who were previously infected with COVID-19 are reportedly better protected from the highly contagious Delta variant when compared to those without previous infections and who have received the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, according to research shared on medical journal medRxiv.
A new study has found that people with natural immunity to COVID could be 13 times less likely to contract the virus than those who were only vaccinated.