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  1. Dec 2021
    1. mechanism responsible for blood clots arising from thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS) following vaccination with AstraZeneca vaccine.

      covishield vaccine clotting problem

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    1. Li, S., Sim, S.-C., Lee, L., Pollack, H. J., Wyatt, L. C., Trinh-Shevrin, C., Pong, P., & Kwon, S. C. (2017). Hepatitis B Screening and Vaccination Behaviors among a Community-based Sample of Chinese and Korean Americans in New York City. American Journal of Health Behavior, 41(2), 204–214. https://doi.org/10.5993/AJHB.41.2.12

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  11. May 2015
    1. without Brady‟ s knowledge and approval

      Brady needed no knowledge of this activity. Safe to assume he told them that he likes 12.5 and that he is upset when they are inflated higher e.g. 16 psi.

    2. “You good Jonny boy? ”; “You doing good?

      Again, this is another negative inference that can easily be considered normal behavior in this situation.

    3. speaking by telephone three times in the hours after the game for a total of 37 minutes and 11 seconds

      Seemingly normal whether guilty or innocent.

    4. McNally‟s knowledg e that Brady prefers footballs inflat ed at the low end of the permissible range and his express request that the referee set the balls at a 12.5 psi level

      If there have been instances of balls being inflated by referees to 16, it is plausible that Brady would instruct the guy who gives the balls to the officials to make sure they stay at 12.5.

    5. Brady and Jastremski shortly after suspicions of ball tampering became public on January 1

      This is another inference to the negative. If you are implicated in something with someone who works with/for you is it a natural reaction to stop communicating? Is it more natural to speak with that person? How does behavior change when the entire global media is involved?