As a physician, I must speak out. This podcast is titled Pandemic Fatigue but it could easily have been titled Pandemic – My Opinion! I have blogged often on the topic of the SARS CoV2 virus from a purely medical and scientific slant. This podcast shares my frustration and disappointment with a medical issue so botched in a country that is supposed to be a world health leader. While not an all-out – I did exercise modest control. I have mentioned several issues laypersons must realize. My blogs throughout the pandemic have reflected the objective medical knowledge known at the time of posting. Have a listen below or in your favorite podcast choice.
A large number of studies. correcting for other factors. isolating sleep as a risk for heart disease Listen Up, as DocHandal shares.
Did you know no regulations exist to mandate that toxic ingredients don’t go into tattoo ink? Don’t you want to know, not just presume, what is injected into & under the dermis layer of your skin is safe? Tattoos are not safe!
Canadian researchers published, in the medical journal Contact Dermatitis, an analysis of 73 tattoo ink samples collected from suppliers and online retailers, many of which were made in the United States. Findings: most fail to meet industry standards – if the industry standards even existed!
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This short podcast reveals the serious limitations and false security a little dab of ethanol-alcohol based liquid sanitizer can give you. Doc Handal updates you on recent research and debunks the belief that a ‘little dab will prevent’.
There are many considerations everyone must comprehend when enjoying the benefits of this information technology era.
Stop and listen to the salient highlights you must consider, especially since a recent study showed your cellphone is dirtier than a bathroom.
Doc Handal gets to the issues.
No spare partsfor eyes lying round,and the longer you live the more you want to see. Prevention is critical and it takes many forms, detailed comphrensive eye exams yearly, wearing safety glasses, blocking harmful blue light from your devices, so listen up as doc Handal focuses on what you need to do.