Tag Archives: Long COVID

Pandemic Low

I hit a new pandemic low last week. CDC Director Walensky’s comments about the “encouraging” news that most vaccinated people dying of COVID had multiple comorbidities was the catalyst (see my op ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer), but my despair … Continue reading

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The Coding Problem: Why No American Can Develop ME/CFS, Including After COVID

Guest post by Mary Dimmock Please sign this petition to fix the coding problem making Americans with ME/CFS invisible. If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? And if an American develops ME/CFS, would the US … Continue reading

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David Tuller: Crowdfunding for Us All

I have supported David Tuller’s investigative journalism since he first began his crowdfunding campaigns,* but it has never been more important than right now. I urge you to join me in supporting his current fundraiser not only for yourself, but … Continue reading

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