Voices, The Peoples News No. 2022-06-17

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# Covid / Pandemics / Biologicals
Long COVID risk less from omicron variant than from delta: The omicron variant is less likely to cause long COVID than the delta variant, new research has found.

COVID-19-associated surge of atopic dermatitis: According to an analysis of the 2017 Global Burden of Disease study database, atopic dermatitis
(AD) also known as atopic eczema is the leading contributor to all skin-related disability, affecting up to 2•4% of the global population (JAAD International. 2021).

Cognitive deficits in people who have recovered from COVID-19: There is growing concern about possible cognitive consequences of COVID-19, with reports of ‘Long COVID’ symptoms persisting into the chronic phase and case studies revealing neurological problems in severely affected patients.

Tracking the 2022 monkeypox: Within the first week of the initial report, 24 countries reported suspected and confirmed cases of monkeypox virus, some of which had known travel links to the UK, Spain, Canada, and western Europe. As of June 5, 2022, there have been 920 confirmed and 70 suspected cases. Of 64 confirmed cases with known travel history,
32 were associated with travel from Europe, three from west Africa, two from Canada, and one from Australia. For 26 cases, travel history locations remain unknown.

Which flu shot should I choose? And what are cell-based and ‘adjuvanted’
With Australians learning to live with COVID and resuming international travel, cases of influenza are steadily rising.

FDA Advisors Unanimously Endorse Pfizer, Moderna COVID Shots for Infants and Young Kids: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) vaccine advisory panel today unanimously voted 21-0 to recommend Pfizer and Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccines for infants and young children, stating the totality of the evidence available shows the benefits of the vaccines outweigh the risks of use.

Sudden vaccine deaths are now so common they’ve assigned a syndrome name for it: Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS): The medical regime knows that covid vaccines are killing healthy young people at an alarming rate, so they’ve suddenly assigned a medical label for the phenomenon in order to distract people from the truth. Now, healthy young people who suddenly die without any medical explanation are said to have died from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) rather than from vaccines.

Healthy young people are dying suddenly and unexpectedly from a mysterious syndrome, as doctors seek answers through a new national register
* People aged under the age of 40 being urged to go and get their hearts checked
* May potentially be at risk of having Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS)
* SADS is an ‘umbrella term to describe unexpected deaths in young people’
* A 31-year-old woman who died in her sleep last year may have had SADs https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10895067/Doctors-trying-determine-young-people-suddenly-dying.html__;!!On18fmf1aQ!064uXcNcsn2AtdoVprdX4DMphVamTWhLS_3ruZbMXw0RKUE1_CdL_n9BYIxT7zfgwok2jaw2Sahsy9IWGtToClQGRQz_UYud$

The Covid-19 pandemic exposed weaknesses in the international trade system, and some experts say this type of fraud will continue even as the pandemic subsides. A group of American business owners have banded together to reclaim an estimated $100 million lost to scammers — but a solution remains unclear.

WTO Fails to Promote COVID Vaccines, and the U.S., despite Biden’s commitment to a waiver of drug company patent rights, sides with Pharma.
At its ministerial meetings this week, the World Trade Organization again demonstrated that it is an agency captured by big business, and that the U.S. should have as little to do with it as possible.

# Economy / Finance / Trade
Senate panel approves $45 billion increase to White House’s defense
budget: Senators and committee staff attributed more than half of the funding increase to historic inflation that has been teetering between 7% and 8%. The remainder of the increase accounts for additional funding for security aid to Ukraine.

How Americans Will Feel the Squeeze From Higher Interest Rates: The era of dirt-cheap borrowing is over: The Federal Reserve is trying to slam the brakes on the economy, and the cost to borrow is going up as it rushes to contain inflation.

# Education / Schools
In Economics, Grade Restrictions Weed Out Students of Color: A culture of competition in many introductory college courses, known as weed-out courses, is exacting an outsized toll on students from underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds. If GPA restrictions are in fact disproportionately penalizing Black and Hispanic college students, what can be done about it?

# Employment / Labor
Fifth largest life insurance company in the US paid out 163% more for deaths of working people ages 18-64 in 2021. Total claims/benefits up 6 billion. Company cites “non-pandemic-related morbidity” and “unusual claims adjustments” in explanation of losses from group life insurance business https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://crossroadsreport.substack.com/p/breaking-fifth-largest-life-insurance?s=r__;!!On18fmf1aQ!064uXcNcsn2AtdoVprdX4DMphVamTWhLS_3ruZbMXw0RKUE1_CdL_n9BYIxT7zfgwok2jaw2Sahsy9IWGtToClQGRX9GvEsd$

The Supreme Court Screwed Over Workers Again, but Not As Badly As It Could Have: A mixed decision leaves some hope that blue states can still combat wage theft.

# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Chemical Joe Biden Won’t Abandon Fossil Fuel Plans Because of Gas Prices: Rising prices at the gas pump are not going to be enough to persuade President Joe Biden from keeping to his commitment to fight climate change.

How the Earth’s Crust Pumps Power Into These Texas Homes: Geothermal energy is clean, cheap, and efficient, so why don’t more homes use it?

# Environment / Climate / Interior / Infrastructure Over 2,000 Cows Die in Kansas in Record-Breaking Heat Wave: Temperatures reached 108 degrees Fahrenheit (42 degrees Celsius) in northwest Kansas by Monday, said Drew Lerner, president of World Weather Inc. This weekend, parts of western Kansas and the Texas panhandle will near 110 degrees, though stronger winds and lower humidity levels will help minimize cattle deaths, he said.

Yellowstone area flooding portends a new climate reality: Unprecedented rain and snowmelt destroyed roads and washed away bridges outside the national park. Unprecedented flooding in the Yellowstone area inundated homes, devoured roads, swept away bridges, isolated entire towns, and shut down one of America’s busiest and most famous national parks.

# Environment / Climate / Global
Antarctica’s ‘Doomsday Glacier’ losing ice at fastest rate in 5,000
years: ‘Runaway ice loss’ could raise sea levels by over three metres in coming centuries. The Thwaites Glacier, known as the “Doomsday glacier”, due to the grave risk its melting poses to the world, is around the size of Great Britain, and its neighbour, the Pine Island Glacier is only slightly smaller.

# Gov / Politics / Global
U.K. Home Secretary Approves Extradition of Julian Assange to U.S:
Appeal likely after Priti Patel gives green light to extradition of WikiLeaks co-founder. “Julian did nothing wrong. He has committed no crime and is not a criminal. He is a journalist and a publisher and he is being punished for doing his job,” it said. “It was in Priti Patel’s power to do the right thing. Instead she will for ever be remembered as an accomplice of the United States in its agenda to turn investigative journalism into a criminal enterprise.”

# Gov / Politics / US
Montana’s AWOL Guv Won’t Say Where He Is Amid 500-Year Flood: The governor has reportedly been vacationing in Tuscany as his state is under water. Flooding was so severe in Yellowstone National Park, which is mostly in northwestern Wyoming but extends into parts of Montana and Idaho, that miles of roads were wiped out.

# Law Enforcement
‘They keep threatening to arrest us.’ The obstacles facing local news in Uvalde –San Antonio Express-News editor Nora López talks about her newsroom’s struggle against authorities to tell the stories of Uvalde |
13 June 2022 | By now, many who have been following this story know that the official narrative of the tragedy that left 19 students and two teachers dead has shifted, with early accounts being amended or retracted.

Video Shows Black Teen With Hands Up When Shot by Cop: New video, obtained by The Daily Beast, appears to support claims that a 13-year-old Black teen put his hands up before he was shot in the back by Chicago police.

A Black Tampa cop wanted to change policing from the inside. He says the “good old boy system” let him down.

Deputy After Fatal Shooting: ‘I’m Gonna Lose My Gun Again’: The victim’s brother told NBC News the family believes the shooting “was clearly preventable. They had every option to de-escalate.”

# Legal / DOJ
Paranoia, Feuds, and Revenge Fantasies: The Jan. 6 Hearings Have Thrown Team Trump into Chaos. MAGAworld figures know the Jan. 6 committee has access to some of their internal communications, and they’re watching anxiously to see what comes up on the big screen https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/jan6-trump-maga-jared-ivanka-investigation-1369638/__;!!On18fmf1aQ!064uXcNcsn2AtdoVprdX4DMphVamTWhLS_3ruZbMXw0RKUE1_CdL_n9BYIxT7zfgwok2jaw2Sahsy9IWGtToClQGRUAw08TE$

Judge Slams ‘Cowboys for Trump’ Founder at Riot Sentencing: Couy Griffin’s sentencing comes as the New Mexico county commissioner refuses to certify the recent primary results in his area.

Uvalde Hires Lawyer to Fight Release of Shooting Records: The records the city are trying to seal include body camera footage, photos, 911 calls, emails, text messages, criminal records, and more. Some of the records relating to the Robb Elementary School shooting could be “highly embarrassing,” involve “emotional/mental distress,” and are “not of legitimate concern to the public,” the lawyers argued.

After Thursday’s Hearing John Eastman Really Should Get a Good Criminal Defense Lawyer:  Eastman sought to shield himself from potential criminal liability following the insurrection and his failed attempts at stopping the peaceful transition of power.

The Conspiracy Theory at the Center of the Far Right’s Violence Against
LGBTQ+ People:  In the aftermath of the 2017 Unite the Right rally in
Charlottesville, Virginia, the group has become a muscular presence at anti-government and anti-abortion events. Its rise to prominence is fueled by its fascist aesthetic and the aggressive project announced on its online platform: to ‘reclaim America’ for members of the ‘European race.’

# Medical / Health
Physicians at Stanford Medicine have developed a way to provide pediatric kidney transplants without immune-suppressing drugs. Their key innovation is a safe method to transplant the donor’s immune system to the patient before surgeons implant the kidney.

Suicide rates amongst individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Existing evidence suggests that some individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds are at increased risk of suicide compared to their majority ethnic counterparts, whereas others are at decreased risk. We aimed to estimate the absolute and relative risk of suicide in individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds globally.

More than a quarter of people with asthma are still over-using rescue
inhalers: Overuse of these inhalers is linked to an increased risk of hospital admissions and severe asthma attacks. They also found that prescribing varies between GP practices, with some overprescribing rescue inhalers to 6% of their asthma patients and some to as many as 60%.

Diabetes and cardiovascular disease found to increase dementia risk:
People with at least two of the following conditions, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke, have double the risk of developing dementia.

In an unusual step, a top medical journal weighs in on climate change:
The New England Journal of Medicine kicks off a series of articles Thursday with an examination of the effects of air pollution on children’s health.

# Science
A new study by the Translational Synthetic Biology research group at UPF presents a new approach to eliminating specific strains of a bacterium related to acne. The paper, published in the journal PLOS Pathogens, has also involved scientists from the company S-Biomedic and the University of Lund, in Sweden.

Genetic screening algorithm could identify people with kidney disease
risk: A new algorithm developed by researchers at Columbia University can analyze thousands of variants across the genome and estimate a person’s risk of developing chronic kidney disease, and it works in people of African, Asian, European, and Latinx descent.

Biochemistry researchers repair and regenerate heart muscle cells:
Researchers at the University of Houston are reporting a first-of-its-kind technology that not only repairs heart muscle cells in mice but also regenerates them following a heart attack, or myocardial infarction as its medically known.

AI-based image analysis automatically detects serious heart condition:
Researchers have developed a new artificial intelligence (AI) method that can automatically detect plaque erosion in the heart’s arteries using optical coherence tomography (OCT) images. Monitoring plaque in the arteries is important because when plaque breaks apart it can block blood flow to the heart, leading to a heart attack or other serious conditions.

# Social
White Men Arrested After Black Teen Films Terrifying Attack: The attack happened in the same town where Trayvon Martin was killed.

# Space / UFO Disclosure
China’s Alien-Hunting Telescope Is Finding Wealth of Mystery Signals:
From fast radio bursts to pulsars and other strange signals, the alien-hunting FAST telescope has made a number of discoveries in its short life. Alien hunters detect mystery radio signal from direction of Earthlike planet. Narrowband signal picked up from direction of the
Kepler-438 star meets initial criteria for extraterrestrial intelligence, preprint says https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.scmp.com/news/china/science/article/3181832/alien-hunters-detect-mystery-radio-signal-direction-earthlike__;!!On18fmf1aQ!064uXcNcsn2AtdoVprdX4DMphVamTWhLS_3ruZbMXw0RKUE1_CdL_n9BYIxT7zfgwok2jaw2Sahsy9IWGtToClQGRVofARaH$

# Veterans / VA
Senate passes the PACT Act to provide more help to veterans exposed to burn pits and other toxins: The bill is an amended version of the Honoring Our PACT Act that passed the House earlier this year.

# Water
Odessa and the worsening Texas water crisis: If Texas Republicans continue objecting to water investment, it will harm the state even more in the future as climate change furthers its impact on the environment.
This year, Texas is experiencing its most severe drought conditions in nearly a decade.This type of water pipe issue is becoming an increasingly regular occurrence in Texas and across the nation.
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