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Choline-Stabilized Orthosilicic Acid for skin and joint health; Do the probiotics in pill form inoculate the digestive tract and stay indefinitely? Comments on “Manhattan Project” metaphor for producing vaccines for COVID-19; The difference between pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals -- MCT and curcumin supplements are discussed; Temporary tattoos act as electrodes to monitor brain waves; Exercise advice in the age of lockdown for COVID-19