Sunday House Call, #788, May 2, 2021: “No Coke. Pepsi.” @brittlestar hits it out of the park.

An excellent video commentary by Stewart Reynolds. 16, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async src=”” charset=”utf-8″></script>

Allergic reaction from Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccine is rare. Side effects are manageable and much less than what you would experience if you got sick from Covid.

Phase 2 results of malaria vaccine achieve 77% efficacy crossing the WHO threshold of 75%.

Why physicians need to stick to reality and evidence and not promote pseudoscience, antivaccination, and misinformation. There is a different (higher) standard. Unfortunately Kenyan physician Dr. Stephen Karanja paid the ultimate price by ignoring the evidence.

Your calls about:

  • Nose bleeds
  • Vaccine side effects. Can you take an antihistamine for allergies and get the vaccine?
  • A 66 year-old man suffers from dizziness and cold sweats when he gets up out of bed at night to help his wife.