This was originally published on TrialSiteNews.com, where I often post op-eds on public health topics. But because this is my personal blog, I am posting it here too. – Erin ( Dr. Eeks) Whenever I think about the public health response to COVID-19, I don’t just think about the current pandemic. I think about the […]
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Why Young Women Gain Weight: It’s actually a really interesting answer. It’s no secret that gaining weight is a problem around the globe. The pandemic, in particular, has highlighted our glaring obesity rate and how obesity makes COVID-19 worse. Of course, obesity makes many illnesses worse and leads to myriad chronic illnesses. Though public […]
Diet and Breast Cancer: Hi guys. In this Causes or Cures Podcast I was lucky to chat with Dr. Katie Sturgeon about the link between diet and breast cancer outcomes and survivability. Over the past couple of years, I’ve had several good friends diagnosed with breast cancer, and at relatively young ages. One of […]
This was originally published on TrialSiteNews.com By: ErinKate Stair, MD, MPH The White House’s war on COVID-19 “misinformation” took a major hit in the last week when Ben Wakana, Deputy Director of Strategic Communications & Engagement of the White House COVID-19 Response Team, lambasted the liberal-friendly New York Times and Washington Post for their tweets […]
This was originally published on TrialSiteNews.com here, where I write opinion pieces and also host their podcast. Hope you check it out! On The Battlefield of Misinformers, Dissenters & Staunch Stakeholders of the Almighty Narrative ErinKate Stair, MD, MPH Throughout the pandemic, I’ve worked as a public health analyst and have been part of several […]
Hi guys, Hope everyone is having a fulfilling summer so far. I’ve been busy with work, home improvement projects, recruiting folks to come on my Causes or Cures Podcast and pulling out my hair to finish the last chapter in a new medical fiction book I’m writing. It’s a detective-romance story ( albeit a […]
What causes obesity? Obviously we haven’t figured it out, because the epidemic of obesity is only getting worse. Even more tragic is that rates of obesity are increasing faster in younger generations than older ones, meaning it will not only rob them of their youth, but increase their risk of early-onset chronic conditions associated with […]
So, I noticed that the “leaked documents” containing data from Pfizer’s preclinical vaccine studies are circulating on Twitter as screenshots. First, full disclosure, I knew about this data last week, and I am concerned, but it’s really important to not run with an interpretation just yet. For the full scoop on the data, I suggest […]
Hi guys. Dr. E here. I was torn over making this video, because I can appreciate multiple and conflicting perspectives when it comes to this topic. A topic I would call controversial. Whenever I’m torn, I tune into that feeling and ask myself why I’m feeling that way. What is making me uncomfortable? What am […]
Who becomes a Covid Long Hauler? We hear a lot about COVID Long Haulers and the symptoms they experience, but are there any predicting factors for becoming one? It’s interesting, because while we are hyper-focused on Long Haulers as they relate to COVID-19, long-haul symptoms after a virus illness aren’t uncommon. Prior to COVID, […]