Since mid-2020 when the frailest of society were left to languish without the human contact that their survival relies upon, I have had an image of powerful criminals with a heartless agenda sitting in mansions, laughing. Gleeful at their escalating personal wealth and power as people who should have known better but blinded by the … More Can We Talk About It?
I got “fact checked” yesterday by a nurse who claimed to have read my latest Panda article about human ecosystems. She didn’t have anything to say about the information in the article, but informed me that she utterly disapproved of me “using your qualifications to work with Panda”. This came as a surprise because my … More Trusted News Initiative
Do we need to fear different variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus? One of the most basic concepts students of Virology learn is that virus mutation is an evolutionary process which affects a virus’ chances of survival. Lethal viruses render their hosts too unwell for human contact, limiting the virus’ ability for ongoing transmission. Milder viruses, … More Vanquishing Variants
PANDA ~ Pandemics Data and Analytics invited me to become a member three days ago! This stemmed from my opinionating on Twitter. The movement has largely grown out of recruitments from Twitter, with like minds gravitating towards each other. There are more than a hundred of us, with various skills to offer such as mathematicians, … More Pillars of Public Health
Donald Henderson was an American Epidemiologist who led the World Health Organisation campaign that eradicated Smallpox. This was a highly infectious disease with airborne transmission (meaning fine particles that remain suspended in the air for significant periods of time after they’ve been coughed out) as well as other transmission routes. A comprehensive overview of the … More Evidence and Epicurves