Sunday, September 5, 2021

A Look At Scientific Evidence Suggesting Face Masks Damage Your Health; Landlords Crushed by Eviction Bans Rush to Sell Properties, Stifling Rental Market, and other C-Virus related stories

A Look At Scientific Evidence Suggesting Face Masks Damage Your Health:
As mask mandates and habits return across the United States, clear and convincing scientific data from before and after 2020 suggest masking has negative health consequences that outweighs its utility.
Earlier this year, a group of German doctors and biomedical scientists looked at the available data on the negative health effects of face masks, published both before and during the COVID-19 outbreak, as catalogued in the U.S. federal government’s biomedical database, PubMed. They found significant evidence of “relevant, undesired medical, organ and organ system-related phenomena accompanied by wearing masks,” with “clear, scientifically recorded adverse effects for the mask wearer.”
I Can’t Breathe
Covering the airways with masks makes breathing harder, due to the air resistance they generate and the moisture they collect inside. According to one 2020 study: “Ventilation, cardiopulmonary exercise capacity and comfort are reduced by surgical masks and highly impaired by FFP2/N95 face masks in healthy individuals.”
Masks also create “dead space” air between the mask surface and the face, which remains trapped at the end of every breath out, and gets rebreathed right back in. Dead-space air is stale, potentially containing 20 times the CO2 concentration of normal room air, along with hundreds of other substances excreted by the human body through the lungs, including toxins. --->READ MORE HERE
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Landlords Crushed by Eviction Bans Rush to Sell Properties, Stifling Rental Market:
Debi Stobie intends to sell one of her two suburban Denver rental homes when the family who lives in it moves out at the end of the month.
When the tenant of her other rental house eventually leaves, she plans to sell that one, too.
Stobie and her husband also are considering selling the 24-unit apartment complex they own in the Denver area. Stobie’s husband bought the complex 23 years ago. It’s their main source of income. “If the right opportunity came along, we wouldn’t hesitate much,” she said.
In Stobie’s view, over the last couple of years there have been so many new layers upon layers of uncertainty for landlords – pandemic-related lockdowns that forced her tenants out of work, a federal eviction moratorium and other government edicts that allowed renters to stop paying for over a year – that the rental business has become “a crapshoot in a way that it’s never been before,” she said. She and her husband are ready to get out.
“What happened is, it’s the perfect storm for selling right now. It’s a hot market in Denver, so we can sell it. And the Colorado laws are skewed against us, and then the federal action is … skewed against us,” Stobie said. “It’s a mess.” --->READ MORE HERE
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