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CDC and NIH Health Experts are Leaving in Droves Due to ‘Low Morale and Political Pressure’

By Jim Hoft


The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are struggling with a shortage of staff members due to low morale and political pressure, according to a report from Daily Mail.

“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are both suffering staff shortages, according to Dr. Marty Makary, a top public-health expert at Johns Hopkins University, writes at Common Sense, the Substack run by former New York Times columnist, Bari Weiss,” the outlet reported.

Health experts were concerned about the direction that the federal agencies are taking.

“Decisions like the closure of schools and then requiring face masks once they reopened led to many questioning leadership. Lately, the authorization of COVID-19 vaccines for children four years old of younger has confused some in America’s top medical agencies,” the news outlet added.



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  1. Ventriloquist Kriket Ventriloquist Kriket July 16, 2022

    Not only a 10 pound breech to a 1941 mother, when science and morality was baby comes first, also born left-handed. I hoed tobacco left-handed, going down tobacco row backwards so as not to interfere with other workers in the tobacco field. My dominant member failed me later on in life. A lawyer almost 50 years until had to quit because of “shakes” in 2013. Deep brain stimulation followed in 2015, but because also born with a flip-flopped heart, meaning on wrong side of chest, neurosurgery team had to place battery implant device on left side. Battery lasted 4 years. Had to have second implant in 2019, and that battery lasted only 3 years. Have decided against any more implants, and body will have to adjust.

    Suffice it to say that you don’t know what cards you are going to be dealt in your life, but appreciate the science and morality of the past over the present. At least this baby was given a chance.

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