COVID19

An influential study which found anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine raised the risk of cardiac issues has been retracted by its three authors. The study, published on May 22 in the UK's prestegious Lancet medical journal, relied on bogus data from...
A widely promoted study may be based on questionable data. One of the tragedies of the Trump era is how opposition to the President has caused some institutions to drop their standards. The FBI’s FISA warrant...
Smoking, nicotine and Covid-19: What is going on? The world is enduring the worst crisis since the 1940s, and people are desperate for some good news. Could that good news come from a most unlikely source?...
President Trump said Friday the U.S. would halt its funding of the World Health Organization and pull out of the agency, accusing it of protecting China as the coronavirus pandemic took off. The move has...
Many of the infection’s bizarre symptoms have one thing in common In April, blood clots emerged as one of the many mysterious symptoms attributed to Covid-19, a disease that had initially been thought to largely affect the...
Germany’s federal government and mainstream media are engaged in damage control after a report that challenges the established Corona narrative leaked from the interior ministry. Some of the report key passages are: The dangerousness of Covid-19 was overestimated:...
Vape shops will be allowed to re-open for business on 15 June following three months of closure under the UK lockdown legislation. The legislation, which did not class vape shops as “essential retail outlets,” forced vape...
Does vaping and smoking e-cigarettes put you at higher risk of COVID-19 complications? UWindsor’s Drew Marquardt is trying to answer that question with research into how the toxicants in the oils of vapes and e-cigarettes affect...
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Even before the Coronavirus pandemic hit, forcing over 50 million schoolchildren in Canada and the U.S. out of class and into lockdown, the strain on North America’s education system was already showing. Suffering from the pernicious...
The burning of a church in northern Mississippi this week is being investigated as arson because of a spray-painted message at the scene that seemed to criticize the church’s defiance of coronavirus restrictions. First Pentecostal Church had sued the city...