Daily Archives: April 2, 2020

On The Not Entirely Unforeseen Consequences Of Quarantine

It is strange but not entirely surprising that I should find a fair amount of articles that relate to some of the effects of quarantining and how they are not always positive.  In fact, I would like to comment on … Continue reading

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Article Review: Coronavirus Genomics And Bioinformatics Analysis

Coronavirus Genomics And Bioinformatics Analysis, by Patrick C.Y. Woo, Yi Huang, Susanna K.P. Lau, and Kwok-Yung Yuen Given the ubiquity of Coronavirus in our contemporary discourse, it is worthwhile to ponder some insights about this family of diseases from various … Continue reading

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Book Review: Potential Influenza Effects On Military Populations

Potential Influenza Effects On Military Populations, by John Bombardt Jr. & Heidi Brown It is striking to think of the relevance of the 1918 Influenza pandemic and our own current situation.  Even though it appears at present that both the … Continue reading

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Article Review: Rules To Be Observed In The Care And Management Of Quarantine, Isolation, And Disinfection

Rules To Be Observed In The Care And Management Of Quarantine, Isolation, And Disinfection, by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania This particular set of instructions is interesting for a variety of reasons.  Obviously, principles of quarantine are nothing new with regards … Continue reading

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