2/12/2023 – Below are excerpts from some top stories today relative to health news, including a link to the original source…
Rogan & Rodgers
The Blaze – ‘Everyone is going to get sued’: Joe Rogan tells Aaron Rodgers the pendulum is about to swing back on the sex-change industry:
Joe Rogan is convinced the day of reckoning draws nigh for those who have participated in the mutilation of the mentally compromised in the name of “gender-mutilation care.”
Fresh off reaching a new deal with Spotify estimated to be worth $250 million, Rogan told New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the Feb. 7 episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” that the recent story about de-transitioners in the New York Times is yet another sign the pendulum is swinging back and poised to knock down the exponents of transgender hysteria.
“Even the f***ing New York Times wrote a major story about de-transitioners — so people who were convinced at an early age that they were transgender and now they are de-transitioning,” Rogan told Rodgers. “Their lives are ruined; their bodies are ruined; they can’t have children anymore. They lost their breasts or penis. It is in-f***ing-sanity!”
Bubonic plague case
Fox News – Oregon health officials confirm first human bubonic plague case since 2015:
An Oregon resident has been infected with the state’s first case of bubonic plague since 2015, health officials said last week.
The resident was likely infected with plague by their symptomatic pet cat, Deschutes County Health Services said in a news release on Wednesday.
Oregon Reports Case of Bubonic Plague.
A case of bubonic plague, responsible for the Black Death that killed tens of millions of people in the Middle Ages, has been reported in Oregon.
The plague victim has been identified only as a man believed to have been infected by his… pic.twitter.com/gl8OW4VUH7
— Tony Seruga (@TonySeruga) February 12, 2024
Healthline – Can Excessive Screen Time Cause “Digital Dementia”?:
As we move further and further into the digital age, it’s important to be aware of how the technology we use impacts our mental health and cognitive function.
Dementia is an umbrella term that describes a decline in the ability to think and affects memory, language, and reasoning, due to changes in the brain. Symptoms of dementia range from mild to severe and can have a significant impact on someone’s functioning and quality of life.
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