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The French pay the same for their health service as Brits, but this gets them far more doctors and nurses, much less bureaucracy and much better outcomes. Why don't we ditch the 'our NHS' dogma and learn from them?
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In this week?s London Calling, the talking points are whether the civil unrest in China is the beginning of the end for Xi, why Matt Hancock did well on I?m a Celeb and our failing efforts to fend off old age.
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When global sea ice dropped sharply 10 years ago, there was no end of stories of the coming climate catastrophe. But the more recent dramatic recovery in sea ice has gone strangely unmentioned and ignored.
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As a doctor, I fear our Covid strategy has put young people’s long-term health at risk

category international | health / disability issues | other press author Thursday January 06, 2022 21:52author by 1 of Indy Report this post to the editors

This report from rt.com underscores the serious concern of many doctors about the current situation where medical fascism has taken over. There are many more doctors like him but they afraid of having their medical licenses removed if they speak out.

After two full years battling the virus, it’s clear that some of the decisions made in the effort to contain it will have far-reaching consequences for the future wellbeing of those previously in good health.

R. M. Huffman is a physician, author, and observer of culture. Find him on Twitter at @Huff4Congress

The world has entered the third year of the pandemic. By and large, the same players are still making the same dire pronouncements and demanding the same expanded powers as they have throughout the initial spread of the virus, then Delta, and now Omicron.

But the end must eventually come, because of – or despite, perhaps – public health initiatives, medical interventions, and the natural epidemiological course of the disease. And as it does, it’s important to recognize the potential risks that governments have unwittingly presented to their populations, especially among young people in good health.

Myocarditis and pericarditis – inflammation of heart tissue – have been known complications of mRNA vaccines since the therapies’ emergence, even prompting some countries to temporarily pull some from the market. The people most at risk of this debilitating and, in some cases, fatal, complication are males in their teens and twenties. From the first few months of data from around the world, authorities have known that Covid-19 is a disease that primarily endangers the elderly, the obese, and the chronically ill.

Why has there been such an effort expended to convince the young, fit, and healthy that they must take the same preventative precautions as those cohorts? Invariably, when a claim is made that children are at higher risk of death from the vaccine than the virus, ‘fact checkers’ at major news outlets respond with unequivocal ‘pants on fire’ ratings and subsequent explanations that no children are at risk of death from the jab.

Full article at https://www.rt.com/op-ed/545329-covid-young-people-health-risk/

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