Sunday House Call, #764, November 11, 2020: Certitude is the obverse of knowledge
Topics today include:
The “armchair quarterback” phenomenon practiced by the general public and health professionals with respect to their proclamations and conclusions about the pandemic contributes to the mixed messages and confusion within public health assessments and policy.
There is a reason why expertise and certified and validated credentials are required.
Your calls about:
- Does repeatedly blowing into a balloon improve you lung function?
- Will there be computer tracking chips in the coronavirus vaccine? No. Here is the story that explains the origins of this erroneous assessment.
Fact check: Bill Gates is not planning to microchip the world through a COVID-19 vaccine
- Causes of loss of balance and hearing loss in an 80-year-old man
- Treatments for scalp psoriasis