Happy new year

I did not want to let the passing days of the new year go by without wishing all of you a very happy new year 2023 with all the new possibilities at the door of each one.

I have stated that my busy commitments made me go slow in my postings. With the end of commitments in sight, I hope to post more in the coming weeks.

We all thought covid was over. We are learning different aspects of the lingering pandemic. I hope to share more about the problems related to the vaccines against covid.

There are issues emerging about long covid or the chronic form of the disease. The medical profession is learning from experience.

There has been a big debate about ivermectin in the treatment of covid. Newer information on this is also emerging.

There was always the question of whether anyone would challenge the high road taken by big pharma. Challenges have been made and it will be interesting how this pans out in the future.

Moving on to development economics, my delayed book in writing, I would like to share bits and pieces of what is emerging from that forthcoming book.

Finally, as I often do, around this time I would like to make my e- book available for free download from the following link for five days from 3-7 Jan 2023. Hope you will enjoy and share with those who might benefit. It is free for these 5 days.

I look forward to keeping in touch.

Rajaratnam Abel

Published by rajaratnamabel

Having completed my undergraduate medical education from Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. Then I had the privilege of completing my Master of Public Health from the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA. I could also complete my PhD in Chennai, India. Based on my extensive work in nutrition backed by a number of scientific publication, I also received the Fellowship of the International College of Nutrition (FICN). I retired from active service in 2005. Since then God enabled me to be a Consultant Public Health Physician, at the SUHAM Trust of the DHAN Foundation in Madurai. I am involved in providing community based health care support to a large number Self Help Groups in 14 Indian states.

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