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maninwhitecoat
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new studies on heart and lung damage
WARNING: SCIENCE
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Oilfieldbiology
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
Blind link? Check
No summary? Check
Downvote


No Colors
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
Actually a decent overall post considering he's a Missouri fan who likes everyone to know or think he's a health care professional.






Would read again.


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maninwhitecoat
Missouri Fan
Member since Nov 2017
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
I didn’t post a blind link. This board software converted it to one. Blame it. It’s a link to a story in Forbes, a hail mary attempt to provide scientific information to a low class mess of stupid.
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Big4SALTbro
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
Mizzou wants nothing to do with LSU or Bama


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KingOrange
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
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The Covid-19 coronavirus certainly wouldn’t be the first virus to cause myocarditis or pericarditis. A range of viruses can cause such conditions such as the adenovirus, hepatitis B and C viruses, parvovirus, Epstein Barr virus, and herpes simplex virus.


Two month study. Very limited.


armytide373
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
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This board software converted it to one.

Or, more likely, you simply failed to re-title it when prompted, which defaults to "Link."

But, carry on; we are, afterall, in the age of no responsibility for our own actions
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armytide373
Alabama Fan
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Very limited


And, the first study was on 39 dead people where they found issues in 24 of them. Did we ever suppose that maybe they were pre-existing conditions that made them more susceptible to more severe complications or death?


maninwhitecoat
Missouri Fan
Member since Nov 2017
829 posts

re: new studies on heart and lung damage
Ah, no big deal. Ironically the dumb fatties that inhabit the south are particularly vulnerable, especially considering they are famously superstitious and get their science from president twitter troll. Carry on.


Mohican
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
We should all commit suicide so the virus doesn’t get us first.


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Anaximander
3524 Third St New Orleans, LA
Member since Jun 2018
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
A THOUSAND stories layered on stories have been vomited by the leftist media about these studies. It reminds me of all the people that posted the lies that all traced back to the one debunked autism/vaccine study. The studies were based on a limited number of people (The larger was around 100) whose average age was 49 and they did not have heart studies from prior to compare. If I gave an MRI to 100 49 year olds how many would show heart damage with NO COVID? They do not as they did not have a control group either as such.

Myocarditis or pericarditis are interesting as Covid is not the only thing that causes them. One of those causes is THE COMMON COLD. Another is long term usage of many otc and prescription drugs as well as alcohol or illegal drugs. Another is diet and phsyical fitness. Exposure to certain chemicals, such as carbon monoxide, and radiation can cause myocarditis. Yeast infections, such as candida; molds, such as aspergillus; and other fungi, such as histoplasma, often found in bird droppings, can sometimes cause myocarditis, particularly in people with weakened immune systems. Numerous bacteria can cause myocarditis, including staphylococcus, streptococcus, the bacterium that causes diphtheria and the tick-borne bacterium responsible for Lyme disease. Other diseases including disorders such as lupus, Wegener's granulomatosis, giant cell arteritis and Takayasu's arteritis can cause it.

They recorded or accounted for NONE of this in a small,middle aged sample as this was a study to further an agenda and they did not care about facts.
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Big4SALTbro
Member since Jun 2019
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
How does it feel that your vote means nothing in your state soy boy?


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armytide373
Alabama Fan
Member since May 2009
5274 posts

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We should all commit suicide so the virus doesn’t get us first.

Lol... that needs a Gary Larson cartoon sketch added to it.


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tigerskin
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2004
31098 posts

re: new studies on heart and lung damage
Other viruses such as flu do it as well

LINK


Mohican
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2012
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
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didn’t post a blind link. This board software converted it to one. Blame it. It’s a link to a story in Forbes, a hail mary attempt to provide scientific information to a low class mess of stupid.



Well... it’s certainly written like it’s from Teen Vogue.

Groove may not be the only thing in the heart when one has a Covid-19 coronavirus infection

They followed up with 100 patients in the State of Hesse (which rhymes with “bench press”)

What’s myocarditis? Well, the myocardium isn’t the opposite of your-o-cardium but instead is another way of saying heart muscle.


My god Forbes.


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maninwhitecoat
Missouri Fan
Member since Nov 2017
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
I'm enjoying watching southerners try to process science, especially when it might cancel their football. God it is fun.


RollTide1987
Alabama Fan
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Member since Nov 2009
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
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I'm enjoying watching southerners try to process science, especially when it might cancel their football. God it is fun.


Because a southerner can't be employed in the medical field.


walley tux
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maninwhitecoat
Missouri Fan
Member since Nov 2017
829 posts

re: new studies on heart and lung damage
Must we discuss the health and education of southerners? I would leave that one alone. The only doctor I know in Birmingham is from Texas which is the smart end of the pool in the south.


Anaximander
3524 Third St New Orleans, LA
Member since Jun 2018
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re: new studies on heart and lung damage
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Other viruses such as flu do it as well

LINK


The common cold and too many Red Bulls can do it. So can smoking and Germans(Where the studies were done) smoke almost twice as often as Americans.


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