Fear Causes Stress, And Stress Can Make You Sick

  • mwolverine

    September 23, 2021 at 8:29 pm

    Yes, Florida needs a lot of doctors (they are #3 in cases per capita nationally, behind TN and ND).
    And morticians (#10 in deaths, probably #6 if the first 3 months are left out).

    The clip cuts out before he continues about “natural immunity”, but as we’ve seen in other threads, most of the previously infected have also been vaccinated. So “natural immunity” only protects about 4% of the population, as compared to the 64% who are vaccinated.

    One could almost believe (not think) that “fear” (or “stress”) have caused 677,000 deaths during the pandemic.
    And what about the big babies who are so scared of a jab or even masks?

    Note that both this Doctor and Gov. Desantis are vaccinated.
    What do they know that you don’t?
    Or do you think you know something they don’t?

    Ah, right. These populists are just pandering to flunkies and useless idiots.
    People like CJAZ, drunk on the kool aid.

  • Unknown Member

    September 24, 2021 at 12:50 pm

    Nothing wrong with me at all. I’m just fine. We have to learn to live with Covid because it’s not going away – Period — so get on with your lives. We’ve been doing that here in Arizona for like a year now, as has Florida, and the world hasn’t come to an end in either place. Wallow in your “This is a PANDEMIC” hysteria if you must, but that’s YOUR choice…It is not mine.

  • mwolverine

    September 24, 2021 at 9:08 pm

    Florida has nearly 1.5x as many cases as California.
    And nearly 1.5x as many deaths per capita.
    That adds up to nearly 16,000 needless, preventable, deaths in Florida.

    How will the dead learn to live with COVID?

    Is this your idea of “normal”?

    Dozens of Florida doctors stage protest against unvaccinated patients

    || 75 doctors stepped outside their hospitals and offices to stand together and encourage the community to get vaccinated

    || “We are exhausted. Our patience and resources are running low and we need your help,” said Dr. Rupesh Dharia from Palm Beach Internal Medicine.

    Now, these doctors are sounding the alarm and pleading for the community to get vaccinated. They said it’s not a political move, but a call for help.

    || “The vaccine still remains the most effective and reliable way to stop this madness,” said Dr. Leslie Diaz, an infectious disease specialist.

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