Aging and mortality has been a fascinating topic of interest recently, particularly in the field of epigenetics. What are the chemical DNA markers of age? Can we look at someone’s epigenome to determine their risk for death? Could we reverse these epigenetic tags to restore youth or undo the pesky physical characteristics and diseases that come … Continue reading Most Dangerous Lifestyle Activity Uncovered in New Epigenetic Mortality Risk Profile
In the face of rising Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, the governments of both France and Germany have imposed new restrictions in the hopes of stemming a record increase in infections. In France, President Emmanuel Macron announced a new, one-month national lockdown. Meanwhile, in Germany, both federal and state governments agreed on Wednesday to shut down parts of … Continue reading France, Germany impose fresh lockdowns in the face of resurgent coronavirus cases
A laboratory in Boston has suspended Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) testing after an investigation found nearly 400 false-positive testing results. In early August, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MPDH) opened an investigation after it became away of an unusually high positive rate of COVID-19 tests at Orig3n, a biotech company that counts dozens of nursing homes as clients. Further investigation … Continue reading Boston lab suspends coronavirus testing after hundreds of false positives
Even as countries around the world rush to develop a vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), the disease will likely remain a challenge for years to come. Though a vaccine may provide some measure of protection if it works as the discredited vaccine industry claims it should, scientists and pharmaceutical experts predict that the virus is likely to … Continue reading Experts predict coronavirus to remain a problem even if a vaccine works
Even as one of Asia’s major financial hubs braces for a resurgence of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, a potential new threat looms as a deadly new pneumonia has broken out in the center of the continent. In Hong Kong, authorities have closed schools and tightened social distancing requirements after a new surge of coronavirus cases struck … Continue reading As coronavirus surges in Hong Kong, mysterious pneumonia hits Kazakhstan – is this a new pandemic?
A chemical called necrosulfonamide may help inhibit “cellular suicide” linked to arthritis, a recent animal study showed. Published in Science Immunology, the study revealed that necrosulfonamide can prevent pyroptosis, a highly inflammatory form of programmed cell death that contributes to conditions like arthritis, live disease and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). (Related: Cannabis found to reduce the symptoms of IBD.) The undesirable effects of pyroptosis Cell death … Continue reading Hope for arthritis sufferers: Researchers identify a chemical that can stop inflammatory cell death
Outbreaks of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are emerging in U.S. fruit and vegetable farms and packing plants, causing officials to worry about further disruptions to America’s food supply. The outbreaks come after thousands of meat plant employees contracted the virus, which led to those plants shutting down. This resulted in shortages of meat in groceries around the country. Workers harvesting … Continue reading Coronavirus looms over fruit and vegetable growers, threatening yet more disruptions of the food supply
The Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) has a much higher affinity for human cells, according to Australian scientists. The findings call into question the thinking that the virus came from bats. Nikolai Petrovsky and his research team at Australia’s Flinders University School of Medicine and Latrobe University found that the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus — the pathogen behind the pandemic — infected human cells … Continue reading Scientists say coronavirus has higher affinity for human cells than bat cells – does this prove it was laboratory made?
A few days ago, President Trump publicly announced that a new vaccine for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) would probably be ready “by the end of the year” as part of “Operation Warp Speed.” But the president has since changed his tune and is now saying that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) will “go away without vaccine.” Even though it typically … Continue reading Trump pushes for an accelerated, risky vaccine “by the end of the year,” then says coronavirus will “go away without a vaccine”
For months, the establishment has been dishing out a narrative claiming that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is a natural, albeit mysterious and unexplained, phenomenon that probably originated at a Chinese meat market. But contrary evidence continues to surface suggesting that the virus actually originated inside a Chinese laboratory and research center. Many virologists continue to deny this, … Continue reading Virologists are LYING about the origins of coronavirus: Yes, the coronavirus contains gain-of-function gene sequences that were INSERTED into the virus