New Study Says Wearing Masks Long-term Can Cause Chronic Diseases and Premature Death

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Baruch Vainshelboim, a clinical exercise physiologist, published a study in November that recirculated on the internet recently hypothesizing that masks are ineffective and could have long-term health consequences.

“Although, scientific evidence supporting facemasks’ efficacy is lacking, adverse physiological, psychological and health effects are established,” the article states.

In January, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention performed a study and concluded that universal masking is recommended to slow the spread of COVID-19.

The CDC concluded that cloth masks and medical procedure masks substantially reduce exposure from infected wearers and reduce exposure of uninfected wearers — the CDC’s study states that mask mandates were in place in 38 states and DC at the time of publication.

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7 months ago

I don’t and won’t wear one of those petrie dishes. Don’t like it ? just keep your distance.

7 months ago

“And one more ting” – I have 2 doctors and they both say that masks are useless. And they practice in FL and OH.

7 months ago

When you check the date of this Medical Study Paper it’s really not new, it’s possible that been kept in the dark as Facebook and Google would not allow it to be found or fact-checked been Disinformation. The study details of release was Received 4 October 2020, Revised 28 October 2020, Accepted 19 November 2020, Available online 22 November 2020.