Monthly Archives: May 2020

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Ask Dr John Esq – Smoking and COVID-19

There are an estimated 34.2 million tobacco smokers in the United States. The negative effects of smoking remains well documented. Product liability cases against tobacco companies have also exposed how tobacco manufacturers knew of the harmful effects related to smoking and its addictive effects. Further, as a theory of liability using consumer protection statutes became […]

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The COVID-19 Medical Crisis Exposes A Health Care Crisis

As our friends and followers are probably well-informed already, COVID-19 has created a medical crisis in the state of Massachusetts, across the country, and around the world. We saw another devastating weekend with hundreds of new fatalities attributed to the novel coronavirus. Sweeping the state of Massachusetts for the first time three short months ago, […]

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The Education Crisis

Today, State lawmakers are scheduled to evaluate best practices for remote learning to students during the pandemic. As many of us know first-hand, our State and its citizens are facing an education crisis. With schools across the state of Massachusetts closed since mid-March due to the novel coronavirus, children are now forced to learn remotely. […]

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Ask Dr John Esq – Atypical Symptoms of COVID-19 In The Elderly

Symptoms of COVID-19 infection typically appear from 2 to 14 days after exposure. Fever, dry cough and shortness of breath are the well-publicized symptoms related to COVID-19 infection. A more detailed look, however, may help us understand the spectrum of symptoms one might display after an infection. As a respiratory virus, COVID-19 symptoms develop as […]

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