So please explain to me why you posted that anti-mask nonsense.Yes, they were absolutely individual patients whom were selected to test and evaluate at “no charge”; i.e. - there was no financial incentive. The culmination of efforts was impressive amongst a variety of specialties. I was proud to be a part of it.
Good gawsh. It is published in NIH articles. You apparently aren’t sharp enough to have noticed that I indicated I have also articles that support the use of masks. Sorry, I look at all sides. Risk vs. benefit, science vs. propaganda, idiots vs. people that think. Have a Great Day, EdSo please explain to me why you posted that anti-mask nonsense.
Here ya go. Neuroscience for kids. Not that this has anything to do with anything here, except for answering a question that you seemed to be asking yourself.Can you tell me off the top of your head the conduction velocity of A-beta, A-delta and C sensory nerve fibers; and, why that is the case?
Best wishes to You and Your Better Half. EdSpeaking of side effects, my better half got the vaccine rash on her arm, started 3 days after the shot. It was her only major side effect...other than a bit of lethargy and such.
I'm still coming around from mine, slow but improving a bit daily...
Nice...maybe you can pass than on to Irafly for education instead of critical race theory/training or whatever it’s called.Here ya go. Neuroscience for kids. Not that this has anything to do with anything here, except for answering a question that you seemed to be asking yourself.
Intended for elementary and secondary school students and teachers who are interested in learning about the nervous system and brain with hands on activities, experiments and information.faculty.washington.edu