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  1. Ain't read it all yet, but worth checking out. As the article states, people have commented on flaws of the clinical trial's design. Vitamin D supplements 'could keep Covid-19 patients out of intensive care' as study finds hospital patients given 1mg per week had 'significantly reduced' need for life support High doses of supplement were given to 50 patients in hospital with coronavirus Only one (2%) admitted to ICU but all eventually recovered and were discharged In a comparable group not given the medication, 50% went into intensive care https://www.dailymai
  2. The forums been transformative for me. It's been a privilege to be a part of it. N30, I also note how your style of moderation, which was once greatly misunderstood and outright attacked has now been adopted by many others - not trying to suck up to you or anything, but you was ahead of your time. I think the sudden shock of this covid thing has knocked many of us about myself. We'll get back on it.
  3. I thought we were having a study together myself. Shows how we can easily fall into misconceptions. Lol! Keep it up, I've found the series fascinating and illuminating myself.
  4. Don't forget to add a pinch of kali mirch to that haldhee milk veera, or you don't get the benefits! This drink is a regular for me. Even my nephew is buying fresh haldhee and making his own powder these days.
  5. I'm seriously considering taking vit D3 supplements this autumn/winter.
  6. This is a fascinating video that explore the link between low level of vitamin D and an increased risk of mortality with covid. It's quite scientific but well worth watching:
  7. Don't know him. The way he boosts himself up on youtube videos (based on the 2 minutes I could stomach watching) says it all. I've never seen any old schooler like Bush doing similar. This guy seems like a typical Southall bod to me? Seems to love attention?
  8. Okay, but the english don't seem much better. They also appear to have similar attitudes towards pedophilia by the looks of it, they are just better at hiding it all under a facade. Don't be blind to this because they smile in your face and act friendly. http://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/16205-uk-government-cover-up-of-sexual-abuse-amongst-its-ranks-document-search/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-148946
  9. You know what Bhai ji, I hear what you are saying above, but it does seem that you have totally missed out the role of the gora establishment in consistently covering up for these perverts.
  10. It should also show each and every apna in the UK that we cannot remotely rely on the english authorities to protect females of our own community against pedophiles and grooming gangs. Establishment goray are as bad as the pedostani...sorry pakistani grooming gangs. I think the pak gangs supply girls to the goray myself, that's why the police and government protect them.
  11. Grooming gang review kept secret as Home Office claims releasing findings ‘not in public interest’ Exclusive: Freedom of Information request refused so ministers have ‘safe space’ to discuss policy The government is refusing to release official research on the characteristics of grooming gangs, claiming it is not in the “public interest”. Survivors accused ministers of making “empty promises”, while a man who prosecuted abusers in Rochdale called for the Home Office to “show some courage and publish” its findings. It comes after The Independent revealed th
  12. Well, if a disproportionate amount of apnay are from rural backgrounds, what does that mean in terms of overall educational levels then....... Plus I think there are cultural factors behind a lot of prominent rural castes having a strange attitude towards education/learning. If they can't make money off it, they don't see any value in it. I don't think pendus like reading either.
  13. Kds, I meet and live around desi rural Panjabis from back home. It's obvious to me that the definition of a literate person in India is very different to to the one here. If we say a pendu is literate because they can do basic reading - that is using the most fundamental interpretation of the word. In reality though, they aren't literate as in well read or knowledgable about literature in their own mother tongue. They are what we might call 'basically literate'.
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