Category Archives: Education

COVID-19 optimism and pessimism

matzav.com  What Has Happened to Covid-19 ? A Reason for Optimism – and Pessimism “I’m very down about the damage done by the too long lockdown of the economy. The collateral damage for some is drug use, alcohol use, depression, … Continue reading

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Early humans migrated to Israel

jewishpress.com How Carmel Cave Rodent Changed Scientists’ Understanding of Human Evolution “The tiny remains of the animals we examined are of paramount importance to the study of human evolution. With the help of fossils, one can determine under what conditions … Continue reading

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Facts on Israeli annexation

honestreporting.com The Law of Annexation: What’s Right and What’s Wrong? Whether Israel may annex and whether Israel should are two different questions, with the latter being hotly debated even among Israelis. Surprisingly, opponents of the plan include not only left … Continue reading

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Coronavirus pseudo-science

californiaglobe.com The Miserable Pseudo-Science Behind Face Masks, Social Distancing And Contact Tracing According to immunologists and epidemiologists California Globe has interviewed, ordering people indoors, schools closed, mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing is the opposite of what should be done for … Continue reading

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Understanding antibody tests

health.clevelandclinic.org What We Do and Don’t Know About Coronavirus Antibody Tests Kamran Kadkhoda, MD, Medical Director of Immunopathology lab at Cleveland Clinic, recently wrote about issues with these tests in an article for the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine, including … Continue reading

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Best practices for home quarantine

indianexpress.com An Expert Explains: The best practices for home quarantine of Covid-19 patients Patients with normal ECG can be prescribed a five-day course of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) with azithromycin along with vitamin C, vitamin D and zinc supplements. Of course, patients … Continue reading

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COVID-19 has neurological symptoms

neurosciencenews.com COVID-19 threatens the entire nervous system A new review of neurological symptoms of COVID-19 patients in current scientific literature reveals the disease poses a global threat to the entire nervous system, reports a Northwestern Medicine study published this week … Continue reading

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Drug aims at virus protein for replication

news-medical.net Drug-like molecules offer a promising treatment for COVID-19 Led by Scott Pegan, director of UGA’s Center for Drug Discovery, the team was the first to evaluate the SARS-CoV-2 protein PLpro, known to be essential in other coronaviruses for both … Continue reading

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