Transmission of coronavirus accelerates; 2,143 cases as of Sunday in Mexico

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Mexico had risen to 2,143 and deaths totaled 94, Deputy Health Minister Hugo López-Gatell told a press conference on Sunday evening. Continue reading

CV19 Made in China — Send Xi the Bill

There is a clear and indisputable liability case to be made against China, which should include remuneration of the economic costs to our nation.  

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Viral Shutdown Psychology

Social psychology, as opposed to individual psychology, factors in what is happening around us in our civilization, society, personal and intimate relationships. A real understanding of what is happening in our individual consciousness needs to be put into context of the total environment, which today is being dramatically affected because of the stay at home coronavirus lockdown. No one is disputing the fact that the coronavirus has turned life upside down Continue reading

Doctors Most Recommended Treatments for Coronavirus Infections

Quarantine is the wrong medical approach to diseases we have treatments for. Even when we do not have treatments for fungus and antibiotic resistant infections we have never closed the world to stop an infection until now. Holier than thou medical institutions would break the world rather than see that we do have treatments that work. Doctors are already using successful treatments that would cool the panic; spoiling things for the world’s health officials who want to play out their scenario come hell or high water. Continue reading

ANALYSIS: Nearly every person dying from the coronavirus likely has these three things in common

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This is an analysis based on current knowledge, not from any published study (yet), but based on everything we know so far, we believe the vast majority of people dying from the coronavirus have one or more of the following things in common: Continue reading

What if the cure for the coronavirus were as simple as taking zinc?

It’s now looking increasingly clear that zinc may truly be the “silver bullet” for stopping coronavirus infections and ending this global pandemic. This mineral is incredibly affordable, safe and widely available, yet no one in government or media is recommending that people take zinc, since it can’t generate the billions in profits found in prescription drugs and vaccines. Continue reading

Why You Don’t Want to Take Aspirin or Motrin for COVID-19

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • The French health ministry is warning against using nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen to treat fever and pain associated with COVID-19 infection, and to use acetaminophen (paracetamol) instead
  • There’s also an entirely different reason for avoiding NSAIDs and other antipyretics when you have a fever. Fever is part of your body’s immune response; it’s how your body kills pathogens
  • Treating fever can prolong and exacerbate illness, and has been shown to increase mortality
  • Research has also shown ibuprofen does not improve survival in patients with sepsis. Heat-shock proteins induced by fever protect against oxidative injury caused by sepsis, so by suppressing heat-shock proteins, antipyretic drugs have the potential to worsen outcomes

 

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Viral pink eye seen in both symptomatic and asymptomatic coronavirus cases, making it a possible sign of infection

Ophthalmologists may be the first people to detect if a person is infected by the novel coronavirus. Reports have surfaced that the virus can cause pink eye or conjunctivitis, and that this may be a telltale sign of infection in people who otherwise show no coronavirus-related symptoms. Continue reading

New York City becomes the new Wuhan: Big Apple now the new US epicenter of global coronavirus pandemic

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By far, most cases of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) in America have occurred in states along both U.S. coastlines, but one of them — New York — has emerged as the U.S. “epicenter” for the disease. Continue reading

Social distancing helps reduce new caseloads and ease pressure on health care systems, say epidemiologists

Epidemiologists at Imperial College London looked at how various health measures can potentially slow or even prevent the spread of the current coronavirus pandemic, which has infected over 275,000 people and killed over 11,000. Continue reading

Your Body’s Master Defender Against Disease and Aging

Inside your cells this nutrient is without equal as an antioxidant — for its ability to neutralize toxins, boost immunity, fight disease and hold back the aging process. Continue reading

Bringing Life to a Standstill

The Coronavirus is nothing to take lightly. It is also nothing to panic about. Or perhaps we should. The unprecedented restrictions on the movement of people, unimaginable only two weeks ago, is bringing life in Europe to a virtual standstill. Continue reading

This could be the ‘coronavirus game changer’ – Retracted study from Chinese medical journal warned the killer virus could be airborne

This new story over at the Daily Mail deserves immediate attention this morning because if true, we’re now witnessing a ‘coronavirus game changer’. As the Daily Mail story reported, doctors and scientists in China have been researching how one man there passed on the virus to 9 different people aboard a bus and 13 people in total and as that study concluded, not only can the virus be spread much further than previously believed, it can also ‘linger in the air for up to 30 minutes’. Continue reading