Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for July 18, Part 2

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The highly politicized hydroxychloroquine controversy; A caller worries that errant saliva from a passing bicyclist might infect her with coronavirus; How soon to test for COVID-19 after a possible exposure—and what about false negatives? The glutathione connection to COVID-19 complications and death; Medical societies urge quarantined persons to get some vitamin D amid lockdown; The debate over whether schools should reopen—are kids capable of turning classrooms into hot zones? Study reveals people experience “time warp” during lockdown; Stay-at-home orders are particularly hard on the overweight trying to shed pounds. Click HERE for part 1. Click HERE for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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