Nearly one-third of all official coronavirus deaths in the US came from nursing home residents

Less than one percent of Americans live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, but the residents of these homes still make up about one-third of all Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) deaths in the United States. This is according to an analysis conducted by the COVID Tracking Project, an organization launched by The Atlantic. This project has collected coronavirus data … Continue reading Nearly one-third of all official coronavirus deaths in the US came from nursing home residents

VACCINE EUGENICS: Elderly Americans should not be first in line for COVID-19 vaccine because they’re “too white,” claim medical experts

For months, we have been told that the elderly, the immunocompromised, and those who work on the front lines in essential sectors would be the first to receive the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. However, some medical experts are now claiming that old people should wait a little while longer because they are “too white.” According to Harald … Continue reading VACCINE EUGENICS: Elderly Americans should not be first in line for COVID-19 vaccine because they’re “too white,” claim medical experts

Multiple studies show COVID-19 mortality rate has dropped significantly since beginning of pandemic

Two recently published and peer-reviewed studies — one from the United States and another from the United Kingdom — show that the mortality rate for hospitalized Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) patients has dropped significantly since the beginning of the widespread outbreak in both countries in March. The first study looked at over 5,000 hospitalizations in the New York University (NYU) Langone Health … Continue reading Multiple studies show COVID-19 mortality rate has dropped significantly since beginning of pandemic

Second wave of coronavirus in Europe starting to affect the elderly

Coronavirus infections in Europe are starting to reach people aged 65 and above, according to data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. The new wave of infections was mainly caused by younger people with little to no symptoms infecting their older family members. This has caused a rise in COVID-19-related hospitalizations and fatalities during … Continue reading Second wave of coronavirus in Europe starting to affect the elderly

Bill Gates admits that 700,000 people will be harmed or killed by his coronavirus vaccines

In his rush to develop one, two, or even seven different vaccines for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), billionaire software tycoon Bill Gates openly admitted that upwards of 700,000 people could become injured or die from these jabs. The Microsoft co-founder and prominent eugenicist has been more outspoken in recent days than perhaps ever before about his desire to vaccinate … Continue reading Bill Gates admits that 700,000 people will be harmed or killed by his coronavirus vaccines

Coronavirus deaths keep rising in New Jersey nursing homes … and nobody knows why

Official reports indicate that close to 1.4 million Americans have now been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, and over 80,000 have succumbed to the disease. Nonetheless, experts believe that these figures do not reflect the full extent of the epidemic in the United States. The true numbers are believed to be far higher. Americans from every age, ethnicity … Continue reading Coronavirus deaths keep rising in New Jersey nursing homes … and nobody knows why

US nursing homes devastated by coronavirus outbreak: Infection and death counts rise as vulnerable elderly get exposed to the virus

The novel coronavirus?—a global pandemic currently ravaging most parts of the world?—has been spreading among vulnerable elderly as the number of infection cases rises in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities throughout the United States. This finding follows a deadly coronavirus outbreak that ravaged a nursing home in the Seattle area. The infectious disease spread among … Continue reading US nursing homes devastated by coronavirus outbreak: Infection and death counts rise as vulnerable elderly get exposed to the virus

Researchers look at the benefits of probiotic supplementation in elderly

Immune function declines with age, and this decline is said to be largely influenced by the composition of a person’s gut microbiota. The gut microbiota protects the digestive system from external pathogens by modulating immune responses. However, aging reduces the diversity of the gut microbiota, and this leads to unfavorable conditions, such as frailty, increased susceptibility to … Continue reading Researchers look at the benefits of probiotic supplementation in elderly

Don’t be lazy: A quick, brisk walk every day can stave off disability in later life

Regular physical exercise offers many health benefits. But even something as simple as 10 minutes of brisk walking daily can help prevent disability in older adults with arthritis pain. According to a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine,brisk walking can also help lower their risk of suffering from pain or stiffness in the knee, hip, ankle or … Continue reading Don’t be lazy: A quick, brisk walk every day can stave off disability in later life

Physical fitness equals brain fitness for older men, according to study

Brain function tends to decline with age. The good news is that exercise is found to boost brain health, especially for aging men. A study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology revealed that older men who exercise regularly saw better improvements in their cognitive function or executive function than older women. Executive function refers to a person’s ability … Continue reading Physical fitness equals brain fitness for older men, according to study