Components of aloe vera extracts show antiviral activity against influenza A

Researchers at the Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine investigated the antiviral activities of the bioactive components of Aloe vera. They reported their findings in an article published in The American Journal of Chinese Medicine. Previous studies have found that the ethanolic extract of Aloe vera (AVE) has significant anti-influenza activity, but the mechanisms underlying this activity and the constituents responsible for … Continue reading Components of aloe vera extracts show antiviral activity against influenza A

Fluoride linked to IMPAIRED kidney and liver function in adolescents, warn researchers

A study that was recently published in the Environment International journal showed just how dangerous fluoride can be in adolescence. The study looked at the relationship between the levels of fluoride in young people’s drinking water and blood and the health of their kidneys and livers. The adolescents studied were part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination survey. … Continue reading Fluoride linked to IMPAIRED kidney and liver function in adolescents, warn researchers

Got the sniffles? Avoid these 4 foods if you want to recover from a cold or flu faster

Having the flu or the common cold can be very distressing. It makes you nauseous and feel tired all the time. Your throat is often itchy and you keep on coughing. The flu and the common cold typically go away on their own. But due to how burdensome they can be, you want to speed up … Continue reading Got the sniffles? Avoid these 4 foods if you want to recover from a cold or flu faster

New study reveals why flu shots fail to give long-lasting immunity

Influenza vaccines can boost immunity, but this improvement is only short-lived. American researchers recently found that immunization increases the levels of antibodies against the seasonal flu-causing virus only for a few months, after which these levels plateau due to the loss of bone marrow plasma cells (BMPC). BMPC are the cells responsible for producing influenza-specific antibodies after vaccination. How flu … Continue reading New study reveals why flu shots fail to give long-lasting immunity

GERD / acid reflux diet: What to eat and what to avoid

Burning abdominal discomfort, chest pain and bloating after eating are all tell-tale signs of acid reflux. Getting a case of heartburn from time to time isn’t unusual, but it might be a sign of a more serious problem if it persists in the long run. Ekta Gupta, a gastroenterologist at Johns Hopkins Medicine, states that diet has … Continue reading GERD / acid reflux diet: What to eat and what to avoid

Study: The health of your gut microbiome influences muscle strength

The gut microbiome affects muscle strength, found a study published in the journal Experimental Gerontology. Researchers from Tufts University said that the gut microbiome — the community of microorganisms living in the digestive tract — helps increase or decrease muscle strength depending on the amount of certain bacteria. The findings of the study benefit not only athletes but also older … Continue reading Study: The health of your gut microbiome influences muscle strength

The coronavirus is likely 56 to 100 times MORE DEADLY than the flu; any attempt to end the lockdowns without precautions will result in catastrophe

The determined effort of media pundits and publishers to try to downplay the severity of the coronavirus pandemic will go down in history as one of the most bizarre and inexplicable chapters in the history of journalism. Over the last two months, mostly pro-Trump, conservative publishers have gone to extraordinary lengths to try to claim … Continue reading The coronavirus is likely 56 to 100 times MORE DEADLY than the flu; any attempt to end the lockdowns without precautions will result in catastrophe

The coronavirus killed more Americans in the last 17 days than the regular flu kills in an entire year… today’s US deaths hit 2,800

In the last 17 days, the Wuhan coronavirus has killed more Americans (35,087) than the regular flu kills in an entire year (34,157 for the last year). It obliterates any last shred of the argument — still heard across the independent media — that the coronavirus is “no worse than the flu.” The coronavirus remains … Continue reading The coronavirus killed more Americans in the last 17 days than the regular flu kills in an entire year… today’s US deaths hit 2,800

The CDC Never Learned Hydrogen Medicine for the Flu

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) never learns because they do not want to learn. And now that we are right in the middle of flu season people will pay with their lives. Health officials said that 32 people under 65 died from flu in the last seven days, making it the deadliest week of the season … Continue reading The CDC Never Learned Hydrogen Medicine for the Flu

Prestigious vaccine journal: Flu vaccine increases coronavirus infection risk 36%

A new study published in the prestigious journal Vaccine, a peer-reviewed medical journal, published by Elsevier, titled Influenza vaccination and respiratory virus interference among Department of Defense personnel during the 2017-2018 influenza season, reveals that influenza vaccination may increase the risk of infection from other respiratory viruses — a phenomenon known as virus interference.  (Article by … Continue reading Prestigious vaccine journal: Flu vaccine increases coronavirus infection risk 36%