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What? Me delusional?

Who needs a pandemic response team when we can just ignore it?

What? Me delusional?

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Who needs a pandemic response team when we can just ignore it?

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Depression: When the fog returns

In December of 2014, I wrote an article, Out of the Fog, which could be my most widely read piece for the Los Angeles Post-Examiner.  In it, I wrote to commemorate

COVID-19: Is carbon monoxide the key to understanding?

Air pollution seems to be a catalyst for the seriousness and lethality of Covid-19. It is indeed true that Covid-19 struck during the heating season when air pollution is at

Carbon monoxide: A catalyst for the coronavirus

Recently it was explained how the highly toxic carbon monoxide (CO) interferes with important biological functions in our body, including the immune system, even when it is inhaled in

COVID-19: Just like that it was over

Trump was right. He told us months ago that somehow a day would come along and this virus would just disappear and what do you know? It’s gone. Another

May letters to Jim: Social distancing and the disappearance of sports

April showers bring May openings of economies. While most of us have been holed up in our homes trying to flatten the curve, I have been busy combing through

COVID-19 survivor tells his story of induced coma

Jason and his wife Leslie and his mom Diane. (Courtesy photo) Hello world! Back from the brink to try this living thing one more time. It will be a long

COVID-19 survivor offers his story of recovery

Jason and his wife Leslie and his mom Diane. (Courtesy photo) Hello world! Back from the brink to try this living thing one more time. It will be a long

President doesn’t have authority to order governors to reopen economy, according to Doug Gansler

@BryanRenbaum Former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler poured cold water on President Donald Trump’s recent suggestion that he alone has the power to decide when state economies shuttered by restrictions aimed at preventing the

Coronavirus lesson: This should keep teens busy

Some of my followers know I used to be a teacher. Over the course of a 30-year career, I spent all but one year teaching at either the middle

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