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‘Vaccine nationalism’ could lead to the coronavirus devastating public health and the economy, experts warn

A woman holds a small bottle labeled with a “Vaccine COVID-19” sticker and a medical syringe in this illustration taken April 10, 2020. Dado Ruvic | Reuters “Vaccine nationalism” is turning the search for a Covid-19 cure into an arms race, which will ultimately damage the economy and public health, experts have warned. Analysts at… Read More »

Could lack of vitamin D and ultraviolet be linked to COVID-19 mortality in northerly latitudes?

A new international collaborative study between Trinity and the University of Liverpool, published in the British Medical Journal offers fresh insight into COVID-19’s impact across countries, and the factors that influence its severity. The research examines how and why COVID-19 affects populations in different ways, and builds on the collaboration between the two universities. The study reports… Read More »

Could CBD help you drink less alcohol?

We’re drinking more alcohol than ever, despite social restrictions. But the new soberista crowd are now looking to CBD to take the edge off their nerves with no hangovers In a surprise to precisely no one, Brits are drinking more in lock down. Pubs and bars may be closed across the country, but that hasn’t… Read More »

Was that COVID-19? Antibody tests could now tell us how many have really been exposed

As Health Canada begins releasing tests capable of identifying who among us has unknowingly been exposed to COVID-19, many might be wondering: Was that coughing back in March really COVID-19? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this week he intends to be tested once the antibody tests become broadly available. “I will certainly ensure that I’m one… Read More »

If the COVID-19 Virus Could Talk…

As I said in a recent article, “The Meaning of Covid-19: How to Survive and Thrive in the New Partnership Culture,” An old system is dying and a new one is coming into being. The old system has been around for a while 10,000 years or so and began when environmental change brought about serious… Read More »