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U.S. Science Embrace of Wuhan “Gain-Of-Function” Viral Research Proved A Slippery Slope

By MIKE MAGEE The truth hurts. Eighteen months into a disaster that has claimed 3.5 million lives around the globe, the truth is seeping out. Human error likely caused the Covid pandemic, and America’s Medical-Industrial Complex was right in the middle of it. Signs of a “great awakening” have emerged from various corners in the… Read More »

Talking Politics in the Exam Room: A Physician’s Obligation to Discuss the Political Ramifications of Science with Patients

By HAYWARD ZWERLING I walked into my exam room to see a patient I first met two decades ago. On presentation, his co-morbidities included poorly controlled DM-1, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and a substance abuse disorder. Over the years our healthcare system has served him well as he has remained free of diabetic complications and now leads… Read More »

What is antibiotics science

Marvels of Science : 50 Fascinating 5-Minute Reads. In learning new tasks, neuron networks in the brain of mice become more refined and selective. They either prevent the reproduction of bacteria, or they kill the bacteria, for example by stopping the mechanism responsible for building their what is antibiotics science walls. Bacteria can undergo a gene… Read More »