Ivermectin, a common anti-parasite drug, has shown great efficacy in the fight against covid-19. For the first time, medical researchers have documented how ivermectin docks to the SARS-CoV-2 spike receptor-binding domain that is attached to the ACE2 receptor. In this way, ivermectin effectively inhibits viral attachment and replication, assisting a precise antiviral response that can target the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein at its most advantageous cleavage site. The researchers showed how ivermectin interferes with the attachment of the spike protein to the human cell membrane Continue reading
At a May 11 Senate hearing, Dr. Rand Paul interrogated Dr. Anthony Fauci on the role of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in advancing coronavirus gain-of-function research. As director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) at the NIH, Dr. Fauci tried to dissociate the NIH, its director, Dr. Francis Collins, and himself from having any connection to coronavirus gain-of-function research. A moratorium was placed on this unethical virus experimentation in 2014, but the NIH established a loophole in the moratorium, allowing American and Chinese scientists a way to continue these dangerous virus, animal, and human experiments. Continue reading
In today’s Situation Update podcast, we cover the bombshell news that communist China’s militarized bioweapons industry was funded by the NIH under the control of Dr. Fauci. They deliberately funded bioweapons development “gain-of-function” research in China, which led to the deliberate release of the SARS-CoV-2 bioweapon that’s now being used to push weaponized depopulation vaccines around the world. Continue reading
Cancer treatment with chemotherapy yields disappointing results for most cancer cell types. Perhaps we should be exploring alternative cancer treatments, such as one proposed by Nicholas Gonzalez, MD, a keynote speaker at a medical conference I attended five years ago in Denver Colorado (Boulderfest conference July 17-20 2008.)
Nicholas Gonzalez, MD Continue reading
Schizophrenia is a disabling brain disorder characterized by the inability to tell reality from imagination, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Symptoms are broken down into two types called “positive symptoms,” which include hallucinations and delusions, and “negative symptoms” which include social withdrawal, apathy, and a lack of emotional expressiveness. While drugs have been found Continue reading
Higher blood levels of cadmium in females, and higher blood levels of lead in males, delayed pregnancy in couples trying to become pregnant, according to a study by researchers at the National Institutes of Health and other academic research institutions. Continue reading
Significant findings published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Continue reading
Did you know… that extracts from Turkey Tail mushrooms have been proven by an NIH study to cure cancer — especially breast cancer? Continue reading
Two people following identical diet and exercise plans are likely to lose weight at different rates, despite similar habits. Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) examined the mechanisms behind these differences, and developed a tool that may provide individuals with tailored weight-loss plans.
While the computer-simulated metabolic model is still a prototype meant for research, the scientists are working to refine and simplify it for widespread use.
The NIH officials said their mathematical model will help predict changes in metabolism over time, taking into account an individual’s gender, age, height, weight, body fat and resting metabolic rate.
“It’s a good reality check for how long weight loss takes, and what changes in eating and exercise are required to achieve and maintain goal weight,” said first author Kevin Hall, Ph.D.
The researchers expect that the tool will be able to tell individuals how long it will take them to reach their goal weight when they cut out a certain amount of calories per day through dietary means and burn fat with exercise.
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