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This week’s episode of “Community Corner,” will feature a discussion of some of the risks and harms of masking students, and whether the practice is effective.
Among the guests were Kristen Meghan, an occupational and environmental toxicant expert, and Tammy Clark, an environmental health professional with Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Meghan and Clark have more than 33 years of combined experience working in the field of public health, serving on a variety of infectious disease and pandemic preparedness committees. They also serve as legal and court-approved experts in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and respiratory health, and help prepare pandemic and emergency response plans.
The same experts are committed to educating the public on how a measure of all mask orders is unhealthy and a risk to public health.
During this week’s program, Meghan and Clark discussed physical dangers, such as hypercapnia (carbon dioxide poisoning), that can lead to permanent brain damage, as well as psychological harms of wearing a mask.
Both experts noted that measures of lockdown and social isolation led to an increase in grief, anxiety and suicide among young people during the pandemic.
They emphasize the importance of pushing parents at the local level by demanding change from the boards of education and trustee members in their school districts.
Also joining the show this week is from Cait Corrigan Students Against the Mandates, and Dr. Lisa Sulsenti, a chiropractor. on
July 19, Students Against Mandates will host a rally from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Stony Brook LIRR Station, Parking 2, 999 NY-25A, Stony Brook, NY Parents, college students and community members will unite to stand against segregation, discrimination and mandates.
In New Jersey, Families for Medical Freedom will also host a rally July 19 from 12 pm to 2 pm on The College of NJ. This rally is a response to college procedures that is to divide and discriminate against uneducated students.
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