AstraZeneca’s experimental “antibody cocktail” fails to prevent coronavirus symptoms

AstraZeneca announced on Tuesday, June 15, that the antibody cocktail it has been developing failed to stop Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms from appearing. The trial, named “Storm Chaser,” was on Phase III. It involved 1,121 adult volunteers from the United States and the United Kingdom. The vast majority of the volunteers did not have COVID-19 symptoms at … Continue reading AstraZeneca’s experimental “antibody cocktail” fails to prevent coronavirus symptoms

Senses of smell and taste of coronavirus survivors continues to be distorted months after they recover

Many Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) survivors still have not fully recovered months after the initial infection. Many are saying they still have not fully recovered their sense of smell. Many others are saying their senses of smell and taste have become radically distorted. These people are now misplacing different odors. The condition wherein a person’s sense of smell has … Continue reading Senses of smell and taste of coronavirus survivors continues to be distorted months after they recover

Coronavirus survivors regain their sense of smell by going through “fragrance journey” with renowned perfumer

Perfumer and “fragrance expert” Sue Phillips from New York City believes she can help people who have recovered from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) regain their sense of smell. The loss of the sense of smell is a symptom of COVID-19. Many who recover from the virus wait months before their ability to smell returns – and many others … Continue reading Coronavirus survivors regain their sense of smell by going through “fragrance journey” with renowned perfumer

Eminent doc: Media censored COVID-19 early treatment options that could have reduced fatalities by 85%

An exceedingly well-qualified physician, who was censored by YouTube last year, addressed the Texas State Senate Health and Human Service Committee last month providing thorough information on successful treatments of COVID-19, the present high-level of herd immunity from the disease, the very limited potential of “vaccines,” and the data that shows early treatment could have … Continue reading Eminent doc: Media censored COVID-19 early treatment options that could have reduced fatalities by 85%

No coronavirus outbreaks linked to crowded beaches, says infectious disease expert

Thousands of people flocked to beaches across the United Kingdom last summer to relax and soak up the sun, prompting concerns of COVID-19 “superspreader” events. But crowded beaches do not spread COVID-19. That is what Mark Woolhouse, an infectious disease specialist from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, told Members of Parliament (MPs) on the House of Commons Science and … Continue reading No coronavirus outbreaks linked to crowded beaches, says infectious disease expert

Oxford study: If you survive coronavirus, you’re mentally ill

People who test “positive” for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and do not end up dying while “infected” have a one in three chance of developing either a mental or neurological illness following their “recovery,” a hilarious new “study” claims. The University of Oxford, naturally, put out the paper, which claims that 33.6 percent of people who “survive” … Continue reading Oxford study: If you survive coronavirus, you’re mentally ill

Study tests 130,000 children for coronavirus, finds only 4 percent ever had it

A study led by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) shows that only four percent of the children tested in seven of the nation’s major pediatric centers were infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19. Published Nov. 23 in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, the findings suggest that children are less likely to catch the disease and may be able to mount a better … Continue reading Study tests 130,000 children for coronavirus, finds only 4 percent ever had it

Some patients experiencing an unusual coronavirus symptom known as “fizzing”

We’ve all heard about the high fever, dry cough and breathing troubles that appear to be hallmarks of a coronavirus infection, but now patients are increasingly reporting another symptom: an unusual buzzing sensation in their bodies that’s been termed “fizzing.” This side effect is described as feeling like an “electric sensation” on the skin. Some … Continue reading Some patients experiencing an unusual coronavirus symptom known as “fizzing”

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

A Look Into the Epigenetics of a Coronavirus Infection

Emerging viral infections pose a major threat to global public health. In the last two decades, the world has dealt with several fatal outbreaks from the Swine Flu to Ebola to Zika infections and more. The latest to appear is COVID-19, which emerged in December in Wuhan, China and spread quickly around the globe. Although … Continue reading A Look Into the Epigenetics of a Coronavirus Infection