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Offline Bubbermiley

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Re: Covid Culture (was Outbreak Culture)
« Reply #5235 on: December 09, 2022, 05:09:09 pm »
No conspiracy theory here, just from you.  Quite an elaborate one too!  Congrats.
I don't follow. You said the wet market theory was a conspiracy to hide the virus' lab-engineered origin. What conspiracy did I posit?
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« Reply #5236 on: December 22, 2022, 01:40:20 pm »
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« Reply #5237 on: December 22, 2022, 01:45:23 pm »
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What "malfunction" is this moron talking about? The vaccines were and are extremely effective at preventing infection, transmission, hospitalization and death.
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« Reply #5238 on: December 22, 2022, 03:49:59 pm »
It's too bad they didn't emphasize this 3 years ago.  What essentially happened is that unhealthy fat people, forced healthy fit people to have to stay home, not work, not go to school, etc.

Regular exercise protects against fatal covid, a new study shows
https://www.washingtonpost.com/wellness/2022/12/21/covid-exercise-hospitalization-mortality/?pwapi_token=eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiJ9.eyJzdWJpZCI6IjU0MDYyMzIyIiwicmVhc29uIjoiZ2lmdCIsIm5iZiI6MTY3MTcxMzMzNSwiaXNzIjoic3Vic2NyaXB0aW9ucyIsImV4cCI6MTY3MjkyMjkzNSwiaWF0IjoxNjcxNzEzMzM1LCJqdGkiOiJhMWM4NDJlMi0yOGJiLTQ3MTctOTNhOS01ZjQ2YThkMjQ4MjEiLCJ1cmwiOiJodHRwczovL3d3dy53YXNoaW5ndG9ucG9zdC5jb20vd2VsbG5lc3MvMjAyMi8xMi8yMS9jb3ZpZC1leGVyY2lzZS1ob3NwaXRhbGl6YXRpb24tbW9ydGFsaXR5LyJ9.UyL3QxerEa5P4XaeEfPIwf7rwEurGI0bxI-GTxhywIQ

"Men and women who worked out at least 30 minutes most days were about four times more likely to survive covid-19 than inactive people, according to an eye-opening study of exercise and coronavirus outcomes among almost 200,000 adults in Southern California."

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« Reply #5239 on: December 22, 2022, 04:26:09 pm »
It's too bad they didn't emphasize this 3 years ago.  What essentially happened is that unhealthy fat people, forced healthy fit people to have to stay home, not work, not go to school, etc.

In what world does this retard live in where regular exercise wasn't emphasized?

Also from the study:

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Although evidence is building on the benefits of physical activity and less severe COVID-19 outcomes, knowledge gaps remain. The amount of physical activity associated with less severe COVID-19 outcomes is not clear. Those who were more physically active before infection may have a lower prevalence of underlying chronic conditions that predispose to adverse outcomes. However, studies have yet to identify whether physical activity is associated with less severe outcomes for those who do have chronic conditions. Furthermore, sociodemographic inequities in COVID-19 case rates and outcomes are central concerns in pandemic control. Older age may be the strongest risk factor, and males are more likely to have severe outcomes than females

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« Reply #5240 on: December 23, 2022, 06:14:00 am »
If I were Boges, I would have considered it a red flag that shady agreed with him. Shady is always wrong. Always.

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Emergency wards remain busy two years after the first COVID-19 vaccines arrived in Ontario in part because the virus depletes the bodyís supply of T-cells, leaving young and old alike vulnerable to secondary infections

https://www.therecord.com/news/waterloo-region/2022/12/20/immune-systems-seriously-weakened-by-covid.html?utm_source=share-bar&utm_medium=user&utm_campaign=user-share

It's a good reminder not to trust epidemiology to people sho have gained their knowledge exclusively from Facebook memes. They seriously thought that the increase in respiratory illness was from social isolation and were certain they were right. Incredible.
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« Reply #5241 on: December 23, 2022, 08:16:47 am »
If I were Boges, I would have considered it a red flag that shady agreed with him. Shady is always wrong. Always.

https://www.therecord.com/news/waterloo-region/2022/12/20/immune-systems-seriously-weakened-by-covid.html?utm_source=share-bar&utm_medium=user&utm_campaign=user-share

It's a good reminder not to trust epidemiology to people sho have gained their knowledge exclusively from Facebook memes. They seriously thought that the increase in respiratory illness was from social isolation and were certain they were right. Incredible.
LOL, yes, one person says something, with no data, no timeframe stated, and without the acknowledgement that your body produces new T-cells.  So a temporary depletion is not much to worry about.  More covid panic p*rn, 3 years later!  It never stops.  Bubber, get back under your bed, put on your triple masks, and get boosted every month!

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« Reply #5242 on: December 23, 2022, 09:02:32 am »
It's not hysterical to point out that the prevailing scientific opinion would say you are, as usual, completely wrong.
"I have worked hard to represent people of all backgrounds and I have always done so in a spirit of tolerance. My reference to the term 'tar baby' was a common reference that refers to issues that stick to one." - Pierre Poilievre

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« Reply #5243 on: December 23, 2022, 09:38:29 am »
It's not hysterical to point out that the prevailing scientific opinion would say you are, as usual, completely wrong.
You didnít post the prevailing scientific opinion.

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« Reply #5244 on: December 30, 2022, 04:41:55 pm »
I find it unreal how Fauci has been demonised. The fact that COVID deniers are going on about the medical establishment "lying to them" by stating vaccines prevent COVID, when it's well known the medical establishment has been saying that vaccines make it less likely that one will suffer adverse reactions (or death). How hard is that to comprehend?

These people who look at Trump or Musk for medical advice over trusted family physicians, need psychiatric help.
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« Reply #5245 on: January 13, 2023, 09:13:59 pm »
Not surprisingly, weíre still over counting covid deaths and hospitalizations.

We are overcounting covid deaths and hospitalizations. Thatís a problem.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2023/01/13/covid-pandemic-deaths-hospitalizations-overcounting/

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« Reply #5246 on: January 14, 2023, 03:02:00 am »
Not surprisingly, weíre still over counting covid deaths and hospitalizations.

We are overcounting covid deaths and hospitalizations. Thatís a problem.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2023/01/13/covid-pandemic-deaths-hospitalizations-overcounting/

You don't need to yell.
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« Reply #5247 on: January 14, 2023, 12:32:27 pm »
The long covid canard has been killed.

https://youtu.be/LrtXuYYim40

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« Reply #5248 on: January 14, 2023, 04:17:38 pm »
You clearly didn't watch your own link. Or you're more retarded than I previously thought...which would be saying a lot. Because I seriously think you're one of the stupidest people I've ever encountered.
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« Reply #5249 on: January 16, 2023, 12:48:05 pm »
The long covid canard has been killed.

https://youtu.be/LrtXuYYim40

You're so dog dick dumb you can't stop posting self-owns.

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A new, large-scale study out of Israel is the latest research digging into the spectrum of symptoms, who's impacted, and for how long.

Published in the British Medical Journal on Wednesday, the peer-reviewed research looked at nearly two million medical records, and matched up around 300,000 people who had lab-confirmed infections with another 300,000 who didn't test positive for SARS-CoV-2.

The researchers found that various types of health issues after a mild case of COVID lingered for several months, but cleared up within the first year after an infection.

Certain symptoms, including weakness and difficulty breathing, were more likely to persist.

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The research looked at dozens of different health impacts linked to long COVID including rashes, dizziness, hair loss, heart palpitations, chest pain, abdominal pain.

The team also divided their findings into two time frames: the first three to six months after an infection, and the next six months.

The most frequent post-COVID health issue? Difficulty breathing, according to the study.

But it was far from the only common complaint. Others, including hair loss, lingered only in the early months after an infection, the findings suggest, while breathing issues, weakness, dizziness and a sense of brain fog were among those that persisted for up to a year.

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"They also looked at [being] vaccinated versus not," said University Health Network clinician-scientist Dr. Angela Cheung, who treats long COVID patients at a clinic in Toronto. "And those who got vaccinated also have less symptoms, specifically the shortness of breath issue."

It's not the first study to suggest vaccination can reduce long COVID risks. Earlier American research, published in the journal Nature Medicine last May, found that vaccination may reduce the probability of long COVID by roughly 15 per cent.

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