Tag Archives: medicine

Wind Chill Warning, Weather Advisory, Health and Me

Saturday afternoon, my wife told me that I was staying inside for the weekend. She was right. A wind chill warning would be in effect until around midday Sunday. I’ve been experiencing ‘nothing serious’ for a week or so now. … Continue reading

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Science, Religion, COVID-19 and an Unexpected Opinion

If you haven’t already, you’ll soon read about a new development in the war between science and religion. “How Covid Raised the Stakes of the War Between Faith and Science” Tish Harrison Warren, The New York Times (November 7, 2021) … Continue reading

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COVID-19: Attitudes, Frustrations, and Perspective

Since I’ll be talking about COVID-19, variants, and the pandemic, clarifications may be in order. I had COVID-19 vaccinations in May and June, because I thought it was a good idea. Politicos, partisans and crackpots have been throwing accusations and … Continue reading

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Ritalin, the 2020 Summer Olympics, and Me

I haven’t been following the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, but could hardly help noticing major stories in my news feeds. Some of them weren’t what I’d call news. Not “news” in the sense of being unexpected. China won the table tennis … Continue reading

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