Nicholas Comninellis

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Nicholas Comninellis, MD, MPH, DIMPH
INMED President & Professor

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Danger Of Epidemiology

With no measles nearby, the vaccine is not necessary.  The Spanish flu began in Spain. Healthy adults must drink eight glasses of water per day. You can catch a cold by being cold.  Drinking the beverage Vitamin Water will make you healthy.  What do each of these statements have in...

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Danger Of Epidemiology

May 31, 2024

With no measles nearby, the vaccine is not necessary.  The Spanish flu began in Spain. Healthy adults must drink eight glasses of water per day. You can catch a cold...

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6 Reasons NOT to Come to the Humanitarian Health Conference!

April 23, 2024

This Kansas City event on May 30-31 may not be a fit for you. Please DO NOT come to the Humanitarian Health Conference for the following reasons: Reason #1: You...

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“How can I serve in Gaza?!”

March 29, 2024

180 women give birth each day in Gaza. Save the Children projects 15% of them experience birth complications: bleeding, infection, seizures. With virtually all healthcare facilities shuttered or disabled, where...

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Why Go To An In-Person Conference Anymore?

February 23, 2024

With virtual conferences the norm since 2020, why bother with traveling in-person to such events? The question is compelling because travel can be costly and require attention to logistics. But...

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Fighting The Diseases Of Poverty

February 9, 2024

David Livingston, one of the 1800’s most beloved personalities, is best remembered as an explorer. He was the first person know to traverse southern Africa, to see Victoria Falls, and...

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Eradication of HIV on May 30!

January 26, 2024

Eradication of HIV? In the 1980s, 90s, and 2000s, who would’ve imagined this possibility? Yet with very recent advancements in antiretroviral therapy and healthcare delivery systems, epidemiological research confirms this...

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What is the World’s Most Deadly Animal?

January 12, 2024

Intuitively, we think of sharks and bears. Snakes, scorpions, dogs, and crocodiles also score among perceived deadly animals. But deaths from such creatures are minuscule compared to the number of...

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What Are Diseases Of War?

December 29, 2023

Diseases of poverty? Very familiar. Diseases of affluence? Quite conventional. But what do we know about diseases of war? And, what is the key to controlling them? For two years I worked...

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God Used INMED to Help Our Ghana Health Team

December 15, 2023

“I have not really captured the multiple ways that God used the INMED Conference and Course to help the Ghana Health Team that Dr. Jennifer Wilson started and lead for...

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