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- Rest in Peace. The series is linked in the article to all the dead doctors.
- “A West Columbia, South Carolina chiropractor and his longtime partner were both found deceased in their home on July 21, 2020."
- "According to the local news, Dr. James Greg Bonham, 63, was a respected member of the Irmo area of Lexington County. He and his longtime companion” Lisa Marie McCartha, 46, were both found deceased in their home."
- Related Story-Unintended Holistic Doctor Death Series: Over 100 Dead
"Austin's proposed budget targeted millions in cuts. These included 100 vacant police positions, delaying the next cadet class, delaying the replacement of duty weapons, and there were proposals by some Democrats council members to shut down the police academy, cut the bomb squad budget, and even demolish the city’s downtown police headquarters.
- The proposed budget also includes a 3.5% tax increase.
- Politicians limited the ability of police officers to use force against criminals and barred them from using pepper spray and tear gas against the violent mobs of Black Lives Matter rioters.
- Now Austin is number one with a bullet after its homicide rate increase passed every major city.
- Overtaking more violent cities like Chicago, left behind at number two, Philly at number six, and New York at number eight, Austin had the highest percentage homicide rate increase. Like the ‘Miracle on Ice’ in the 1980 Winter Olympics, Austin is the underdog that came from behind to blow everyone away with its ability to rack up bodies even faster than vegan soy hot dogs.
- Austin’s percentage rate increased 64% over the year and 67% in June."
Source Article - Posted By: Colleen Huber, NMD via PrimaryDoctor July 14, 2020
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- “A review of the peer-reviewed medical literature examines impacts on human health, both immunological, as well as physiological. The purpose of this paper is to examine data regarding the effectiveness of facemasks, as well as safety data. The reason that both are examined in one paper is that for the general public as a whole, as well as for every individual, a risk-benefit analysis is necessary to guide decisions on if and when to wear a mask.”
- Are masks effective at preventing transmission of respiratory pathogens? - This 2020 meta-analysis found that evidence from randomized controlled trials of face masks did not support a substantial effect on transmission of laboratory-confirmed influenza, either when worn by infected persons (source control) or by persons in the general community to reduce their susceptibility. (2) Other studies included in article found the same.
- Airflow around masks – “The study found that “Medical masks, general masks, and handkerchiefs were found to provide little protection against respiratory aerosols.” ….It may be helpful to remember that an aerosol is a colloidal suspension of liquid or solid particles in a gas. In respiration, the relevant aerosol is the suspension of bacterial or viral particles in inhaled or exhaled breath….In another study, penetration of cloth masks by particles was almost 97% and medical masks 44%.
- N95 respirators - This meta-analysis found that N95 respirators did not provide superior protection to facemasks against viral infections or influenza-like infections… This study did find superior protection by N95 respirators when they were fit-tested compared to surgical masks.
- Other items discussed:
- Surgical masks
- Cloth masks
- Masks against Covid-19
- Are masks safe?