The European Union database of suspected drug reaction reports is EudraVigilance, which also tracks reports of injuries and deaths following the experimental COVID-19 “vaccines.” (Article by Brian Shilhavy republished from HealthImpactNews.com) A Health Impact News subscriber from Europe reminded us that this database maintained at EudraVigilance is only for countries in Europe who are part of the European Union (EU), … Continue reading 17,503 DEAD, 1.7 million injured (50% SERIOUS) reported in European Union’s database of adverse drug reactions for COVID-19 shots
Time to crank the fear gauge up to ’11’. (Article by Tyler Durden republished from ZeroHedge.com) Following a series of reports warning about mutated COVID strains first identified in Brazil, the US and elsewhere spreading across Latin America, the US and Europe, scientists in India are one-upping them by identifying what they described as “a … Continue reading India discovers first “double-mutant” COVID strain as new cases surge
Nurses at the privately-owned Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital in New York went on strike on Tuesday, Dec. 8, demanding more staff and better equipment, as rising COVID-19 cases nationwide threatened to overwhelm hospitals. Some 200 nurses represented by the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) walked out of their shifts at 7 a.m. for a planned two-day strike. They were … Continue reading Hospital nurses in New York strike over inadequate staffing amid coronavirus
The race to develop a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus is progressing at an unprecedented speed and scale, with more than a hundred now in development worldwide. However, scientists’ concentrated efforts to come up with several vaccines in the hopes of developing the best one might be doing more harm than good. In particular, experts fear that people … Continue reading People faced with several vaccine options might end up choosing none
A possible treatment for COVID-19, the disease caused by the Wuhan coronavirus, may be at hand. In a breakthrough study soon to be published in the journal Cell, researchers from the U.S., Belgium and Germany described how two special antibodies produced by an immunized llama can effectively stop the coronavirus from infecting healthy cells. How coronaviruses infect their target cells … Continue reading Possible coronavirus treatment may come from antibodies produced by… llamas?
Those looking to guard themselves against the coronavirus pandemic may want to take a closer look at the health benefits of vitamin D — the latest nutrient to be examined by medical experts and researchers in their quest to find potential treatments for COVID-19. This growing interest in vitamin D — often referred to by many as … Continue reading New research suggests vitamin D may help combat coronavirus