COVID-19 survivors have long-lasting immunity, and when they get reinfected, they’re less likely to spread the virus, research shows

Individuals who survive COVID-19 infections are shown to have longer-lasting immune responses against the virus. However, COVID-19 survivors can still get reinfected, but those who do show lower viral loads. They are also likely to suffer fewer symptoms, suggests new data. Scientists claim that studies taken from 20,000 Britons show proof that the disease is … Continue reading COVID-19 survivors have long-lasting immunity, and when they get reinfected, they’re less likely to spread the virus, research shows

STUDY: Vitamin C and zinc supplementation can increase the effectiveness of antimalarial agents

Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease that’s caused by parasites from the genus Plasmodium. Five species are known to cause malaria infections in humans, namely, P. falciparum, P. malariae, P. vivax, P. ovale and P. knowlesi. Of these parasites, P. falciparum is said to cause the most life-threatening form of malaria. Patients with falciparum malaria suffer from convulsions, develop liver and kidney failure and often end up … Continue reading STUDY: Vitamin C and zinc supplementation can increase the effectiveness of antimalarial agents

VAERS data shows skyrocketing number adverse events following COVID vaccinations

More and more adverse effects in individuals who’ve taken experimental COVID-19 vaccines from Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson have been recorded in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). Some of these include pericarditis, myocarditis, Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS), and even death. Since December 2020, there have been numerous adverse effects recorded, and these must be investigated before causal … Continue reading VAERS data shows skyrocketing number adverse events following COVID vaccinations

Study: Recovering from a coronavirus infection gives you lifelong antibody protection… but authorities refuse to recognize natural immunity

People who recover from mild cases of COVID-19 develop antibodies that may protect them from the Wuhan coronavirus, say researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis (WUSTL). In their report, which was published in Nature, the team noted that these immune cells can persist for a lifetime as they continue to produce antibodies. This … Continue reading Study: Recovering from a coronavirus infection gives you lifelong antibody protection… but authorities refuse to recognize natural immunity

Vitamin C and zinc for the management of malaria

In this study, researchers from Nigeria and the U.K. evaluated the effects of different combinations of vitamin C and zinc on hematological parameters and the mortality of mice infected with the malaria parasite, Plasmodium berghei. Their findings were published in the journal Food Science and Human Wellness. According to research, iron and zinc deficiencies are common in … Continue reading Vitamin C and zinc for the management of malaria

Ebola survivor infected five years ago may have started new outbreak in Guinea

On Feb. 14, health authorities in Guinea informed the World Health Organization (WHO) of a new outbreak of the Ebola virus disease (EVD). Researchers believe the new outbreak was most likely started by someone who survived the disease’s previous outbreak. In particular, researchers who examined samples of the Ebola virus spreading across Guinea found that it bore genetic similarities to the Ebola virus … Continue reading Ebola survivor infected five years ago may have started new outbreak in Guinea

New, more transmissible coronavirus variant from the Philippines detected in the UK

A new variant of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) originating from the Philippines has been detected in the United Kingdom. The new mutation of the coronavirus, known as P3, was detected in two people, one in London and one in the city of Birmingham in central England. The Birmingham case was picked up through routine testing after the patient … Continue reading New, more transmissible coronavirus variant from the Philippines detected in the UK

Yes, the rushed-to-market Covid “spike protein” vaccine means an unpredictable, genetically engineered and mutated virus fragment is being injected into your blood

Clinical trial geeks posing as journalists manipulate the language around the dirty and experimental methods used today to manufacture vaccines. Online, all the vaccine hucksters are trying to convince everyone that this sped-up hustle to produce a Covid-19 vaccine is still ‘safe and efficacious,’ and not to worry your little head a bit about the … Continue reading Yes, the rushed-to-market Covid “spike protein” vaccine means an unpredictable, genetically engineered and mutated virus fragment is being injected into your blood

Nearly 47 million Americans have been infected by coronavirus, study finds

A new study of antibody tests finds that as much as 14.5 percent of the population in the United States may already have antibodies for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). This potentially puts the country closer to achieving the goal of herd immunity. This research is according to a study by Pfizer Vaccines, which determined that nearly 47 million … Continue reading Nearly 47 million Americans have been infected by coronavirus, study finds

Plastic face shields can’t prevent COVID-19 transmission, experts warn

Plastic face shields have become a popular alternative to face masks throughout the pandemic. Besides being less restrictive than a face mask, a face shield allows people to see the wearer’s mouth. This helps people who are hard of hearing understand the wearer better when communicating. However, new research reveals that a face shield does not protect … Continue reading Plastic face shields can’t prevent COVID-19 transmission, experts warn