A recent study has shown that odor plays a role in learning, in particular, in improving exam performance. In the report, published in the journal Scientific Reports, lead author Jurgen Kornmeier noted that fragrances have a supportive effect that “works very reliably in everyday life and can be used in a targeted way.” Their findings supported previous research … Continue reading Scientists find that strategic use of aromas during sleep may improve exam performance
Research reveals that prolonged use of Covid masks, homemade or N95, can cause anywhere from five percent on up to 20 percent loss of oxygen, leading to hypercapnia (excessive carbon dioxide in the bloodstream typically caused by inadequate respiration), panic attacks, vertigo, double vision, tinnitus, concentration issues, headaches, slowed reactions, seizures, alterations in blood chemistry … Continue reading ODMS: Oxygen Deprivation Mask Syndrome now sweeping across the globe
Hospitals like to use certain plasma that is made up of antibodies from people who have recovered from the China flu to help new China flu victims recover, but the Covid vaccines wipe out those antibodies, rendering their plasma useless. That means only people who have NOT received the blood-clotting, spike protein injections can donate … Continue reading SHOCKER: Red Cross is warning all Americans that Covid-vaccinated humans are INELIGIBLE for donating plasma… does that mean their blood and organs are also contaminated with spike proteins?
A study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease suggests that lead might play a role in the development of dementia. Researchers from the University of Toronto (U of T) reported this after finding a link between lifetime lead exposure and greater dementia risk. In particular, they found that dementia cases decreased as the use of lead declined over the past several … Continue reading Lifetime exposure to lead linked to greater dementia risk
Some COVID-19 patients who have recovered from the virus are still experiencing a loss of smell a year later, according to a new study. Anosmia, the scientific term for a total or partial loss of smell, is considered one of the most common symptoms of COVID-19 – so much so that it is the symptom … Continue reading Some COVID-19 patients still can’t smell after a year, while others experience distorted smells
New research from the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio has determined that the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) and its associated vaccines can lead to severe brain changes associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Cognitive disorders are increasingly being reported as a “complication” from the Chinese Virus, but the reality is that the injections are the virus – meaning the injections are … Continue reading STUDY: Covid vaccines cause Alzheimer’s, brain changes
When you think of indoor air pollution, you might imagine a home with a wood-burning stove or a smoky bar. One environment that may not come immediately to mind is a school, but the unfortunate truth is that indoor air pollution in classrooms around the world is putting children’s health in jeopardy. A study published … Continue reading Indoor pollution in classrooms threatens the health of schoolchildren, scientists warn
Researchers define the human endocannabinoid system (ECS) as a complex cell-signaling system that plays an important role in the development of the central nervous system (CNS), synaptic plasticity — a characteristic of neurons in the brain — and the body’s response to internal and external insults or stressors. The ECS, whose components are widely distributed throughout the … Continue reading Study explains how diet, exercise and the endocannabinoid system contribute to healthy aging
American researchers have developed a new method of mind control that sounds oddly similar to what some suspect is contained within Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines.” Using genetic engineering, “Frankenstein” scientists have reportedly developed a genetically modified (GMO) protein known as “Magneto” that allows behaviors and brain function to be remotely controlled externally. Magneto was designed to activate … Continue reading Do covid vaccines contain GMO “Magneto” protein capable of remotely controlling behavior, brain activity?
A review published in the journal European Neuropsychopharmacology shows that a person’s diet can improve or worsen his mental health, depending on the quality of the foods that he eats. European researchers arrived at this conclusion after reviewing past studies that examined the potential link between nutrition and mental health. The researchers found strong evidence that the Mediterranean diet, which is … Continue reading Food for the brain: Review examines the link between diet and mental health