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1) Welcome to a new #accredited #tweetorial on Cardiorenal Disease in T2D & the Impact of Blocking the MR in Patients w/DKD, another CE/#CME program by one of the @GoggleDocs, this time our friend @AmarPut, Diabetes & Endocrine Consultant in the West Midlands 🇬🇧. #CaReMe #FOAMed Image
2) This program is supported by an educational grant from Bayer & is intended for #healthcare providers. Author disclosures can be found at ckd-ce.com/disclosures/. Prior programs, still available for CE/#CME credit, are at ckd-ce.com. CE/#CME credit 🇬🇧🇪🇺🇨🇦🇺🇸
3) So first – the ‘triple threat’ . . . We know of the link between the 🫀 and the kidneys and the ‘#cardiorenal’ syndrome, but what about in the setting of #diabetes?
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 02/28/2022 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2022/02/28/dai…
Higher levels of biodiversity appear to reduce extinction risk in birds
phys.org/news/2022-02-h…
#biodiversity, #BirdExtinction, #RiskReduction
The Single Most Important Question In The World Right Now
caitlinjohnstone.com/2022/02/28/the…
#RussiaUkraine, #internationalRelations, #GlobalBrinkmanship
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 02/23/2021 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2021/02/23/dai…
The melting of large icebergs is a key stage in the evolution of ice ages

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#evolution #ice
Testing mobile air purifiers in a school classroom: Reducing the airborne transmission risk for SARS-CoV-2

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#AirPurifiers #AirborneTransmission #COVID19 #classrooms #RiskReduction
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@EpiEllie’s #COVID19 #ContactBudget, in thread form, undertaken with her blessing😅

NB: lettered items = topic, numbered = bullets in the original #giftorial; expansions on these are my words alone.

First, the #giftorial (large font version)



1/15
We've heard about #RiskReduction from @JuliaLMarcus along w/ #PreventionStrategies for SARS-CoV-2 from many public health experts.

Dr. Murray's #giftorial above brings this together in a way that makes it easy to individually apply. I'll use my situation to demonstrate.

2/15
A. What level of risk can I afford?
1. Age: adult, 28 - 40
2. Health status: at least 2 comorbidities, one of which is asthma (often exacerbated during allergy season); high stress job.
3. Caregiving responsibilities: minimal
4. Personal risk preference: very averse to all

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