A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University reveals COVID lockdowns prevented only a small number of deaths caused by the virus.
Immunity people enjoy after recovering from COVID-19 is better than the protection bestowed from vaccination, according to a …
The coronavirus appears to target both fat cells and certain immune cells within body fat, which may explain why overweight and obese people are more likely to develop severe COVID-19, researchers report.
I have never before seen such a large discrepancy between immunity studies that are supposed to answer the same question. An Israeli study by Gazit et al. found that the vaccinated have a 27 times higher risk of symptomatic infection than the Covid recovered. At the same time, the vaccinated were nine times more likely […]
None of the patients who recovered from COVID got reinfected. Not true for vaccinated patients.
More than half of America’s youngest adults — 56 percent of those ages 18 to 25 — are overweight or obese, according to Johns Hopkins research, published in JAMA.