This is a bad time to play doctor
September 2, 2021
Discussions and medical decisions about the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 should be based on facts, not scientifically untested and unproven rumors spread on social media. And certainly not on irresponsible health care advice prescribed by an elected official who seems to think a drug that kills worms in horses and cows might also destroy the coronavirus in people.
A polite person might say "horse feathers" to such medical guidance from an unlicensed politician. A not-so-nice person might call the Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor a horse's rear end for mixing veterinary deworming with a...
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