Today we got our first Omicron lab data! A week and half since Omicron broke the news. Just beautiful. As the scientist of the study said, “If I don’t …
It’s hard to believe it’s been one week since Omicron broke the news. While we continue to wait on lab evidence, we’re getting a substantial amount of …
There are a few Omicron details for you since my last update… 1. CDC announced the first confirmed case in the U.S. Omicron was confirmed in San Franci…
In an attempt to keep you up to speed, here’s an Omicron update. 1. All U.S. adults should get a booster. Before today, this was CDC’s recommendation f…
It’s important that everyone gets vaccinated. Even with Omicron. Actually, especially with Omicron. This seems counterintuitive given the “vaccine esca…
There is a lot of anxiety. I have a lot of anxiety. The public is being asked to understand the second most complex system in the human body while navi…
I hope everyone in the States had a fantastic Thanksgiving (even if you’re a Dallas Cowboys football fan). I hate to ruin the holiday, but… We have a n…
Thanksgiving is this week. The best thing you can do for your health, the health of your family, and the health of the community is to test for COVID19…
Some insight on boosters for 12-17 year olds too.
Long COVID, or medically known as post-acute sequelae SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC), first came on our radar in Summer 2020. A landmark study described, …
This is a bit different approach to my usual State of Affairs. While I present current cases, hospitalizations, deaths, and vaccinations, I still try a…
There is a common misconception that vaccinated people spread the virus as much as unvaccinated. I even received blowback from my holiday post because …