Some physicians refuse to promote healthy lifestyle changes in order to avoid stressing cancer survivors, reveals shocking study

A recent study published in the journal Cancer found that some physicians fail to encourage cancer survivors to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Researchers from Northwestern University, Howard University and the University of Miami say that cancer specialists are afraid of overwhelming and distressing cancer survivors even though they know that their patients need to make healthy lifestyle changes even after they’ve beaten cancer. Cancer specialists not promoting healthy lifestyle Cancer … Continue reading Some physicians refuse to promote healthy lifestyle changes in order to avoid stressing cancer survivors, reveals shocking study

Report: Lead exposure linked to uptick in annual heart disease deaths in the US

Lead exposure may be driving cases of heart disease in the United States, a study published in the Lancet said. The study, which analyzed data on 14,000 adults, noted that the heavy metal contributed to as many as 412,000 premature deaths each year in the United States – a number estimated to be 10 times larger than the figures mentioned in … Continue reading Report: Lead exposure linked to uptick in annual heart disease deaths in the US

Popular pain medications can increase your risk of hypoglycemia

There are a lot of drawbacks to taking prescription medications, with the risk of dangerous side effects chief among them, not to mention the price. And one of the more frustrating truths about many medications is how they seem to cause new health problems that you didn’t have before even on the rare occasions when … Continue reading Popular pain medications can increase your risk of hypoglycemia

German environmental scientist says so-called “climate catastrophe” not taking place

The so-called climate catastrophe projected to peak in 12 years is simply “not taking place,” according to Fritz Vahrenholt, one of the founders of Germany’s modern environmental movement. On the contrary, humans have about three generations’ time to push for cleaner and more sustainable energy sources. In an interview with leading German journalist Roland Tichy, … Continue reading German environmental scientist says so-called “climate catastrophe” not taking place

WHO finally admits lockdowns are harmful, “doubling” global poverty

The World Health Organization (WHO) has finally come to its senses in condemning the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns that it earlier supported, admitting that they in fact created a “ghastly global catastrophe” by crashing the world economy. Speaking on behalf of the WHO’s United Kingdom envoy, Dr. David Nabarro urged world leaders in an appeal to stop … Continue reading WHO finally admits lockdowns are harmful, “doubling” global poverty

Second wave of coronavirus in Europe starting to affect the elderly

Coronavirus infections in Europe are starting to reach people aged 65 and above, according to data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. The new wave of infections was mainly caused by younger people with little to no symptoms infecting their older family members. This has caused a rise in COVID-19-related hospitalizations and fatalities during … Continue reading Second wave of coronavirus in Europe starting to affect the elderly

WHO says 760 million people have already had coronavirus

As many as one in 10 people worldwide have probably already had – many without even realizing it – the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19), according to the World Health Organization (WHO), which is now warning that “the vast majority of the world remains at risk” of infection. Dr. Michael Ryan, speaking to a special session of the WHO’s … Continue reading WHO says 760 million people have already had coronavirus

WHO says “second wave” covid-19 lockdowns should not be “primary means” of controlling virus

The looming threat of a second wave of lockdowns in response to an alleged second wave of the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19) has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to urge governments not to make the same mistake they did back in the spring by keeping everyone locked up inside their homes for weeks on end. Speaking to The … Continue reading WHO says “second wave” covid-19 lockdowns should not be “primary means” of controlling virus

Coronavirus can cause acute kidney damage in over a third of patients, says study

A new study conducted by New York-based healthcare provider Northwell Health found that over a third of patients treated for COVID-19, the infectious disease caused by the Wuhan coronavirus, developed acute kidney injury. “We found in the first 5,449 patients admitted, 36.6% developed acute kidney injury,” said co-author Kenar Jhaveri in a statement. In their report, which was … Continue reading Coronavirus can cause acute kidney damage in over a third of patients, says study

Heathrow Airport in London testing covid-19 “passport technology” that will force air travelers to submit to vaccines

Air travelers wanting to fly in and out of London – and eventually all other cities – will soon have to show their Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19) digital passports, the initial trial runs of which are right now taking place at Heathrow Airport. Passengers traveling via United Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways are reportedly the first to test … Continue reading Heathrow Airport in London testing covid-19 “passport technology” that will force air travelers to submit to vaccines