Hard as it may be to accept right now, the COVID pandemic will end, and before all that long in the grand scheme of things. It will have come and gone in a vividly memorable but ultimately short span of our lives.
In contrast, the pandemic of cardiometabolic disease of our own entirely unnecessary manufacture has been siphoning years from lives and life from years all around us, every day that every one of us has been alive. In fact, over the lifespans of those reading this near the time I write it, these contrived pandemics have been worsening every year.
The toll is staggering. As I had cause to note in response to the COVID risk distortions that persist