Americans are spending more time than ever at home right now, with trips outdoors limited to only the absolutely necessary. While alcohol businesses, including wine and liquor stores, wineries, breweries, and distilleries, have been deemed “essential” in states where work restrictions are in effect, U.S. drinkers are increasingly making their alcohol purchases online. Over the…
Triple. Digit. Growth.
As an EM doc said in a prior post Coronavirus made simple by your friendly neighborhood emergency physician when you fall don’t go to the ER.
Q: How are you managing to not get fired?
A: Well, that’s pretty interesting because to his [Trump’s] credit, even though we disagree on some things, he listens. He goes his own way. He has his own style. But on substantive issues, he does listen to what I say.
I hope the link works because this is one heck of an interesting interview.
“For a moment, I expected the impossible. And then it happened.” Where are you? Wild winds whipping up against a desolate landscape. Cold skies and a raging heart. You have been uprooted. Torn from the comfort of the ordinary, you have been exposed. But do not go blind, little dove. Look around you. The […]
Beautiful. Thank you.
“When we controlled for historical life expectancy, we found three additional community factors that each exert a significant negative effect — a greater number of fast food restaurants, higher population density, and a greater share of jobs in mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction,” Dobis said. “For example, for every one percentage point increase in the number of fast food restaurants in a county, life expectancy declined by .004 years for men and .006 years for women.”
Journal Reference: Elizabeth A. Dobis, Heather M. Stephens, Mark Skidmore, Stephan J. Goetz. Explaining the spatial variation in American life expectancy. Social Science & Medicine, 2020; 246: 112759 DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2019.112759
Madilyn and I waited for communication from her sister and were shocked that she landed in DFW, on a plane with 348 passengers with masks, and no one asked any questions about exposure or symptoms — there was no screening at all. She quickly realized her mask at DFW looked conspicuous, so she removed it and awaited her connecting flight home.
Here’s your daily dose on Covid-19.
If you are suffering from Covid-19 anxiety disorder please don’t read the full article.
I’ve been following the Vegan Tsunami for some time now. See here, here, and here, 2018-The year vegan junk food went mainstream.
A few things to remember:
- The media is extremely loud on this subject and the percentage of vegetarians in the United States is approximately 5% or less.
- Fast food is still fast food, meat or no meat.
- My post is not an endorsement.
I haven’t eaten at a Taco Hell in years. And the availability of 50 meat free items is not going to entice me to start eating there again. If you’re eating less meat for health reasons that’s fine. But don’t pursue your meat-free lifestyle with fast food.