Doctors Most Recommended Treatments for Coronavirus Infections

Quarantine is the wrong medical approach to diseases we have treatments for. Even when we do not have treatments for fungus and antibiotic resistant infections we have never closed the world to stop an infection until now. Holier than thou medical institutions would break the world rather than see that we do have treatments that … Continue reading Doctors Most Recommended Treatments for Coronavirus Infections

Epigenetic Drugs That Fight Cancer Also Show Promise as Antivirals

Epigenetic drugs designed to fight cancer might actually be used against many viruses as well. A recent study published in the American Society for Microbiology shows that some pharmaceuticals that act epigenetically have the power to be used as broad spectrum antivirals. Specifically, the researchers looked at histone methyltransferases EZH2/1 inhibitors which can help fight against cancer. Numerous DNA … Continue reading Epigenetic Drugs That Fight Cancer Also Show Promise as Antivirals

Black Monday and the Collapse of Everything

That worst-case isn’t here yet, or is it? They are already calling today Black Monday as things crash hard all over the planet. At the opening bell the Dow is down 1,884 points or 7.9% making it the greatest collapse of value in history. “It’s an absolute bloodbath,” writes Graham Summers. Ignore events at your … Continue reading Black Monday and the Collapse of Everything

Vaccine Targets Viral Epigenetic Modification, Could Prevent Respiratory Infection

As COVID-19 is proving to the world, viruses are powerful biological agents, capable of rapidly effecting massive damage and fatality. And yet, they’re so simple: a virus is merely comprised of pieces of genetic material—either RNA or DNA—wrapped in a protein envelope, which is known as a “capsid.”But coronaviruses are not the only type of virus out … Continue reading Vaccine Targets Viral Epigenetic Modification, Could Prevent Respiratory Infection

Bringing Life to a Standstill

The Coronavirus is nothing to take lightly. It is also nothing to panic about. Or perhaps we should. The unprecedented restrictions on the movement of people, unimaginable only two weeks ago, is bringing life in Europe to a virtual standstill. Today they are doing their best to close New York City. However, the “social distancing” measures … Continue reading Bringing Life to a Standstill

Minimizing the Risks of the CoronaVirus

As the terrifying clamor of Covid-19 sweeping across the planet gets louder we need solid medical advice about what we can do to protect ourselves and our families. People are vulnerable, as ever, to the medical system, which is falling on its own sword of ineptitude. Some words of hope are coming out of China, … Continue reading Minimizing the Risks of the CoronaVirus

Understanding this Pandemic

The Coronavirus is nothing to take lightly. It is also nothing to panic about. Yes, some will get very sick from it but keep in mind that people get sick and die from many things. Understanding this Pandemic Video Length: 10:09 minutes Related Posts What is Coronavirus? Glutathione Against the Coronavirus Dosages and Treatments for … Continue reading Understanding this Pandemic

Medical Apocalypse Drives the World

That worst-case isn’t here yet, but social activity is grinding to a halt. What we are witnessing is a rapid shift in world fortunes without precedent. Just one example is the airline industry, whose level of activity is dropping like a stone. Airports around the world support ecosystems of restaurants, stores, taxis and hotels that … Continue reading Medical Apocalypse Drives the World

Pleading for Medical Intelligence

According to the Pentagon, 71 percent of our young adults are ineligible to serve in the U.S. military because they are either too dumb, too fat or have a criminal background. Modern civilization is in decline as we suicide the human race with our diets and the mountain of lies that our leaders foist on us. Richard Stevenson, professor … Continue reading Pleading for Medical Intelligence

Could Poor Sleep and Histone Modification Degrade Your Memory?

Impaired sleep is a common issue that plagues many people. Not getting enough rest can lead to moodiness, cognitive decline, increased anxiety, and difficulty concentrating or remembering things. It’s estimated that 50-70 million adults in the US have sleep or wakefulness disorder, according to the CDC. But, for something so crucial to our lives, sleep is … Continue reading Could Poor Sleep and Histone Modification Degrade Your Memory?