Coronavirus could survive on surfaces for nine days, researchers find

Treating surfaces including metal, glass and plastic with either an alcohol-based disinfectant or bleach will kill the virus within a minute, they added.

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It’s bad for you, but you won’t know: Commonly prescribed medications can increase dementia risk by nearly 50%, researchers warn

If you’re looking to reduce your risk of dementia, you might be increasing your intake of blueberries and omega-3 rich foods, but a new study shows another very important step you should take: avoid anticholinergic medication. Continue reading

Trump outraged that his order to leave coronavirus-infected Americans in quarantine aboard luxury liner IGNORED as they were flown back to the USA, cross-infecting other air passengers


If you still believe that President Donald Trump is simply paranoid by purging his National Security Council and White House of staffers suspected of undermining him, this should convince you that he’s absolutely not crazy to do so. Continue reading

When Should You Take Zinc to Shorten Your Cold?

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  • Zinc consumption, when started within 24 hours of your first cold symptoms, can reduce the duration of your cold by 33% and lessen its severity
  • Evidence shows that zinc gluconate and zinc acetate are effective but neither should be paired with citric acid, mannitol, sorbitol or sodium bicarbonate
  • Zinc is crucial to enzymes, immune function, protein synthesis, wound health and cell division, yet it was not recognized as essential until the 1970s
  • The common cold does not have a cure, but there are steps you can take to speed healing, such as optimizing vitamin D, taking high doses of liposomal vitamin C and getting quality rest and sleep

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Vitamin C Works for Sepsis. Will It Work for Coronavirus?

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  • Sepsis is responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide each year, killing 11 million out of 56 million people in 2017 alone. Sepsis is also one of the leading causes for influenza deaths
  • An IV protocol has been shown to dramatically improve chances of survival in septic patients. Giving adult patients 200 mg of thiamine every 12 hours, 1,500 mg of ascorbic acid every six hours, and 50 mg of hydrocortisone every six hours for two days reduced mortality from 40% to 8.5%
  • Recent research has demonstrated the vitamin C-hydrocortisone-thiamine protocol lowers mortality in pediatric patients as well, from 28% to 9% in the first 30 days
  • In 2009, IV vitamin C was shown to be a potentially lifesaving treatment against severe swine flu. Even before that, many studies had demonstrated the usefulness of vitamin C against infections of various kinds
  • A randomized double-blind study published in 1994 found elderly patients given 200 milligrams of vitamin C per day while hospitalized for acute respiratory infection fared significantly better than those receiving a placebo

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The World Is Running Out Of Time

That worst-case isn’t here yet, the WHO insists. It isn’t convinced that countries outside China need more draconian measures, but it pointed to spikes in cases in Iran and South Korea to warn that time may be running out to contain the virus. Continue reading

Full transcript of “smoking gun” bombshell interview: Prof. Frances Boyle exposes the bioweapons origins of the CoVid-19 coronavirus

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What follows is one of the most important interviews of the year. Biological warfare expert Prof. Frances Boyle appeared as a guest with Alex Jones on the Alex Jones Show, sharing his “smoking gun” findings about the coronavirus being engineered as a weapon that’s designed, “for efficient spreading in the human population,” according to one of the science papers he references. Continue reading

Is There Anything You Can Do to Prevent Deaths on the Road?

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  • Nearly 18,000 automotive accidents occur every day in the U.S., on average. This frequency multiplied by the low severity still amounted to nearly 37,000 automotive fatalities in 2018
  • Of all drivers killed in U.S. automotive accidents in 2017, 18% occurred on a freeway, which is actually lower than expected. In fact, there are more drivers killed in intersections (20%) than on freeways
  • The primary conditions that lead to road fatalities are: alcohol, speeding and distraction leading to a loss of control or contact with another vehicle. Avoid these risk factors to improve your chances of not becoming a statistic on the road
  • Remember that even though you’ve driven countless times without a scratch, it does not give you a pass to be more complacent and lose your focus. Always take safety measures every time you get behind the wheel

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What makes dogs so special? Science says love

True love: a woman and her Valentine’s Day date pose behind a heart-shaped pastry during a February 14 Continue reading

A step-by-step guide to making homemade tinctures

Plants are known to be potent sources of medicine – they contain health-giving nutrients that help promote and support overall wellness. Continue reading

Israel’s Sheba Hospital turns to telehealth to treat incoming coronavirus-exposed patients

Datos’s remote patient monitoring platform, Tyto Care’s connected devices, and a robot from InTouch Health will help the hospital treat and monitor patients in quarantine and at home. Continue reading

The Many Benefits of Meditation

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  • Meditation benefits include improved attention, memory, processing speed and creativity. It may also help counteract age-related loss of brain volume
  • Meditation can give you an energizing boost similar to caffeine, but meditation accomplishes this without the adverse effects associated with caffeine
  • Meditation provides your body with rest that is two to five times deeper than sleep. Meditating for 20 minutes equates to a 1.5-hour nap, but you won’t have that “sleep hangover” afterward. Instead, you’ll feel awake and refreshed

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From Armageddon to Pharmageddon

How the use of violence to teach lessons has outlived its authority Continue reading

Boosting Mitochondrial Biogenesis With Ginger

Researchers discover that ginger, an ancient herbal remedy used for cooking and medicinal purposes, supports the regeneration of cellular mitochondria and may reduce the effects of mitochondrial dysfunction Continue reading

Specific Area of the Brain Holds the Key to Aging

A top anti-aging scientist at Harvard described the group’s first study as “a major breakthrough in aging research.” He called their follow-up work “a tour de force.” Continue reading