In a follow-up on the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) situation in Florida this year, The Florida Department Agriculture and Consumer Services has reported three additional cases in Orange (1) and Osceola counties (2), bringing the state total to four. No human EEE cases have been reported to date in Florida.
Twitter-blue check star, world renown fearmonger, political hack, nutritionist and epidemiologist, Eric Feigl-Ding, PhD has blocked me on Twitter. Why? Because I called him out on one of his tweets that was complete foolishness. Back on April 21, Ding tweeted the following horrible attack comparing a list of doctors to
As we inch towards summer vacations, the US National Parks will come into play for families and individuals across the country and visitors from around the world. My guest today wrote a very thorough guide, a reference really, about the National Parks–all 63 of them. Joining me today is the
Eric Feigl-Ding, PhD. You know, the nutritionist and chronic disease epidemiologist who gained notoriety for is oft hyperbolic, some describe as “scaremongering” tweets that begin with all capital letters and goofy emojis, has crossed the line with a tweet last week. In the tweet as one example, Ding lumped together
Joining me today on Let’s Talk! is animal welfare, science and more, writer and researcher, Sandra Sch, MsC. Sandra is the owner and editor of the interesting and eclectic website, sarahmaxresearch.com. On today’s episode, we get a little background on Sarah and why the website. Sarah talks about progeria and
Florida state health officials reported one additional case/death due to Vibrio vulnificus in 2021, according to data published December 29. The latest case/death is reported from Palm Beach County. This brings the state’s death total to ten this year–Manatee (2), Duval, Escambia, Lee, Leon, Levy, Orange, Palm Beach and Polk
With 60.4 COVID-19 cases reported in the last seven days per 100,000 population, Florida is reporting the lowest rate in the continental United States and second in the US following only Hawaii (51.4). On December 7, officials reported less than 13,000 cases over the past week. Concerning COVID-19 fatalities, the
The James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa has reported the first COVID-19 Omicron variant in the state of Florida. According to a hospital spokesperson, “The patient is experiencing mild symptoms and had recently returned from international travel.” In addition, hospital officials said: Our providers were able to quickly detect,
On November 24, 2021, South Africa reported the identification of a new SARS-CoV-2 variant, B.1.1.529, to the World Health Organization (WHO). B.1.1.529 was first detected in specimens collected on November 11, 2021 in Botswana and on November 14, 2021 in South Africa. South Africa has since detected B.1.1.529 in specimens
We hear the people in the press, politicians, college professors and the chattering political class claim this is constitutional or this is unconstitutional while they continually promote an increase in the size and power of the federal government. Is what they say and write in line with the Constitution and
Pest control company, Terminix, yesterday released a list of the top cities in the United States that were most interested in finding out more about mosquitoes, according to internet search trends from 2020. The state of Florida had the highest search frequency with seven different cities in the top 25,
America is at a critical crossroads both internationally and domestically, according to today’s guest. The plain and simple truth is America’s future is “at risk”. In his new book, America in 2040, author David Walker asks: Will we still be a superpower? It depends on many things, but we must
The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) reports that former Tampa Bay Buccaneers player Vincent Jackson, 38, was found deceased today at the Homewood Suites located at 10240 Palm River Road in Brandon, Florida. According to hotel staff, Jackson, who is a South Tampa resident, checked into the hotel on January
While the COVID-19 pandemic remains the focus of media, politicians and the public, the hepatitis A outbreak in Florida never really went away. The Florida Department of Health has reported an additional 990 hepatitis A outbreak cases through December 19. While high, much less than 3405 cases seen in 2019.
Florida has become the third state, after Colorado and California, to report the detection of a United Kingdom variant of COVID-19 in the US. According to a Florida Department of Health tweet yesterday: Florida has evidence of the first identified case of the UK COVID-19 variant in Martin County. The