Even though “awakened” people are super excited right now about acquiring physical silver as a means to fight against currency debasement and inflation, most people don’t yet realize the full potential of silver as a source of concentrated medicine that can be used in almost any survival situation. Continue reading
In advance of the next session of Congress, lawmakers are scrambling to file new bills or resubmit old bills that aim to expand telehealth access and coverage through and beyond the coronavirus pandemic.
Sodium bicarbonate is a surprisingly useful tool for treating and preventing cancer. The basic reason that sodium bicarbonate is such a wonderful cancer treatment is that it directly increases CO2 levels in the body. Cancer tumors respond to increased CO2 in a way that does not favor their continued growth. Continue reading
Project Coromec, with roots in Arizona, aims to use mHealth wearables and apps, AI bots and a telehealth platform to identify and treat COVID-19 patients at home, before they become sick enough to need hospitalization.
Findings highlight the pro- or anti-inflammatory potential of the food you eat, particularly in promoting or fighting cardiovascular disease and stroke. Yellow vegetables, green leafy vegetables, coffee, tea and even red wine appear particularly beneficial Continue reading
One of the most common kitchen staples could prove to also be one of the most effective natural treatments for heart disease
14 federally qualified health centers on six islands will share $1.3 million in grants to use telehealth and mHealth tools to improve access to care for some of the state’s most underserved populations.
Simple Virtual Solutions Promote Senior Care Beyond COVID-19
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Partners in Primary Care leaned on telehealth for continued patient care. These solutions will continuing improving care coordination for its senior population long after the pandemic has ended.
Most of my writings in my diabetes book centered around the essential power of magnesium and bicarbonates working together to manage and even cure diabetes. Early in 2020, at the age of 67, after a lifetime of eating too much sugar, I was diagnosed with diabetes with a fasting level of 132. Fortunately for me, I knew what to do and blew off the diagnosis in two weeks by greatly increasing my magnesium intake. Continue reading
The Health and Human Services Secretary will allow healthcare providers to use telehealth across state lines to deliver “Covered Countermeasures” against the coronavirus.
Dr. Pierre Kory testifies to Senate Committee about Ivermectin, Dec. 8, 2020
There is lots to discuss today regarding COVID and the current situation in the US. I first want to point out that the topics we are covering today in no way diminish the severity of the impact that COVID has had on a very specific subset of the US population. Those people who are immune compromised, have multiple comorbidity factors, live in skilled nursing facilities, and are over the age are 70 are substantially more at risk of death than those who do not have those risk factors. And we also are not downplaying in any way the fact that while most people, if they become symptomatic, have very minor illnesses, there are those people who do become very ill and have a difficult time recovering. I hope that in this discussion of COVID, we can shed some light on how to lessen the risks of having a severe illness if one does actually become sick with this virus. In addition, all statements made about effectiveness of a treatment, safety etc. will have links to the Random Controlled Trials which prove the statements. There are no references to newspaper articles, TV news channels, social media posts or the like as they are not scientific data with peer reviewed science behind them. Also, this information is provided for you, the reader, to make your own decisions about your health and the health of your family. We are only providing objective, fact based information without editorializing. Continue reading
Herbs, Spice & Everything Nice: Your Guide to Healthy Holiday Eating
- Beyond the threat of expanding your waistline, the season’s culinary delights can be a formidable health nightmare if you’re trying to live a cancer-free lifestyle.
- The good news is, many of the most common herbs and spices found in your favorite holiday dishes are packed with unique nutritional and medicinal compounds that have been scientifically shown to help: balance blood sugar levels, promote healthy digestion, and even lower your overall risk of cancer.
- 4 of the best healthy spices and herbs to include in your holiday cooking are:
- To receive the most benefits from what nature has to offer, follow these two guidelines when selecting your healthy spices & herbs:
- Choose only organic, non-irradiated herbs and spices
- Make your own holiday treats, cocktails, and meals using only real herbs