The common cold can protect people against coronavirus, study finds

Researchers from Yale University found that exposure to rhinovirus, the most common virus that causes the cold, can jump-start the immune system and protect people against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). The presence of the virus that causes the common cold can begin the activity of interferon-stimulated genes. These are some of the early-response molecules in the immune system. If a person … Continue reading The common cold can protect people against coronavirus, study finds

STUDY: “Vaccinating” people who already had covid is pointless

Injecting people for Chinese Germs after they already tested “positive” for them is a fool’s game, according to new research that debunks the lies being pushed by Tony Fauci. Scientists from the Cleveland Clinic say that there is “no point” in administering Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines to people who already had the disease. A study they conducted … Continue reading STUDY: “Vaccinating” people who already had covid is pointless

Indian hospital under investigation for allegedly using gang rape, forced intubation to silence and murder female covid patient

A shocking report out of the Paras HMRI hospital in Bihar, India gives a morbid glimpse of the deteriorating conditions inside the medical system there. A young woman claims her mother was “gang-raped” by three employees at the hospital and then intubated “to keep her quiet.” According to the daughter, her mom “walked into the hospital on … Continue reading Indian hospital under investigation for allegedly using gang rape, forced intubation to silence and murder female covid patient

Deadly “black fungus” infection spreads among coronavirus patients in India

A fatal fungal infection has been spreading among current and recovered Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) patients in India due to intensive medical intervention. Known as the “black fungus” infection or mucormycosis, the disease mainly affects people with weakened immune systems. In a health advisory on Sunday, May 9, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) warned that the fungus could damage the sinuses … Continue reading Deadly “black fungus” infection spreads among coronavirus patients in India

Microplastic pollution is escalating around the world – study

A new study of airborne plastic particles finds that microplastic pollution is escalating around the world. Tiny remains of plastic are more ubiquitous than science had known, according to researchers from Cornell University and Utah State University who teamed up for the study. The research findings were published on Monday, April 12, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. … Continue reading Microplastic pollution is escalating around the world – study

Can experimental mRNA vaccines act as bio-weapons and transmit coronavirus spike proteins to the unvaccinated?

After Pfizer skipped animal trials for their new mRNA coronavirus vaccine, they began using various doses of foreign mRNA to experiment on human test subjects. This foreign vaccine mRNA stops the innate transcription process in human cells, providing new instructions for protein synthesis which basically overwrites the innate genetic expression from the body’s own DNA. … Continue reading Can experimental mRNA vaccines act as bio-weapons and transmit coronavirus spike proteins to the unvaccinated?

A high-fiber diet may help reduce inflammation linked to COVID-19, study suggests

Up to 50 percent of patients with COVID-19 report experiencing gastrointestinal problems, such as abdominal pain and diarrhea. Research also shows that patients tend to have lower levels of gut bacteria that make short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) by fermenting fiber from foods. SCFAs play a key role in maintaining the integrity of the intestinal barrier. They … Continue reading A high-fiber diet may help reduce inflammation linked to COVID-19, study suggests

Scottish mom’s legs turn into a pair of “giant blisters” after first dose of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine

Sarah Beuckmann of Glasgow, Scotland, felt a tingling sensation in her legs and noticed a rash flaring up around her ankles a week after getting her first dose of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine on March 18. She also had flu-like symptoms right after the vaccination. Beuckmann called her doctor to arrange an appointment the morning she noticed the rash, … Continue reading Scottish mom’s legs turn into a pair of “giant blisters” after first dose of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine

Young adults who previously contract Wuhan coronavirus are unprotected against reinfection – study

Young adults who previously contract the Wuhan coronavirus and subsequently recover are not protected against potential reinfection, according to a study. Findings suggest that the presence of antibodies after the initial infection is not enough to prevent later reinfections. Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai looked at data obtained from more than 3,000 healthy members of … Continue reading Young adults who previously contract Wuhan coronavirus are unprotected against reinfection – study

Booster shots can create VACCINE-RESISTANT variants of the coronavirus, scientists warn

Robert Verkerk, a Britain-based multi-disciplinary scientist who received his doctorate from Imperial College London, warns that booster shots can further drive the mutation of the Wuhan coronavirus. He says that prolonging mass vaccination programs can exert a “selective pressure” on the virus, which can create variants that can “outsmart” the immune system. Selective pressure is any cause that increases or reduces an organism’s chances of survival and … Continue reading Booster shots can create VACCINE-RESISTANT variants of the coronavirus, scientists warn