Now organ transplants are being cancelled because the DONOR isn’t vaccinated… all organs must be pre-“spiked” with spike protein toxic nanoparticles

An Ohio man is being denied a lifesaving transplant surgery because his organ donor refuses to get “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). Just five days before he was scheduled to receive a much-needed new kidney, Mike Ganim’s wife Debi was told that the surgery would no longer happen. As of October 8, the Cleveland Clinic implemented … Continue reading Now organ transplants are being cancelled because the DONOR isn’t vaccinated… all organs must be pre-“spiked” with spike protein toxic nanoparticles

Massive ‘horse’ lies about Nobel prize winning treatment

STORY AT-A-GLANCE KFOR news ran a fake story in which a doctor claimed emergency rooms in Oklahoma were inundated with people who used horse ivermectin paste as a treatment for COVID-19 and overdosedThe story turned out to be pure fiction, as no such cases have occurred. Still, KFOR has not retracted the story or issued … Continue reading Massive ‘horse’ lies about Nobel prize winning treatment

QAnon supporter dies after being denied basic rights in the hospital; doctors accused of medical murder

Conservative attorney Lin Wood has filed a harassment campaign against the Catholic hospital, Amita Health Resurrection Medical Center, following the death of QAnon supporter Veronica Wolski. Wolski died weeks after being admitted to the hospital for a COVID-19 infection. While announcing her death, Wood accused the hospital of “medical murder” for refusing to treat Wolski with ivermectin, a potentially … Continue reading QAnon supporter dies after being denied basic rights in the hospital; doctors accused of medical murder

Antibodies act as natural antidepressants: Study

A study by German researchers has found that the antibodies that the immune system produces to fight against disease can also act as natural antidepressants. When the immune system attacks the body, it can have devastating consequences that trigger functional disorders, and autoantibodies can target glutamate, a neurotransmitter. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine (MPIEM) in … Continue reading Antibodies act as natural antidepressants: Study

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

Medicinal plants: What you need to know about herbal antibiotics

Bacteria tend to develop resistance to industrial antibiotics sooner or later, but this isn’t the case with herbal antibiotics. Herbal antibiotics work in a way where bacteria resistance becomes unlikely, even futile. Medicinal plants, including herbal antibiotics, have been used in the management of infectious diseases since ancient times. In modern times, the effectiveness of many of … Continue reading Medicinal plants: What you need to know about herbal antibiotics

Sweden’s largest children’s hospital bans use of puberty blockers on minors

Sweden’s largest children’s hospital has put new safeguards against the use of puberty-blockers and cross-sex hormones for minors claiming “gender dysphoria.” The Karolinska Institute‘s Astrid Lindgren Children’s hospital will no longer allow the prescription of these hormones to Swedish youth under the age of 16. Meanwhile, youth between 16 and 18 years of age can only access these treatments within clinical trials, and … Continue reading Sweden’s largest children’s hospital bans use of puberty blockers on minors

Epigenetic Study Finds New Potential Drug Targets for Asthma and Allergies

A new epigenetic study has identified 30 genes connected to allergies and asthma that make people more susceptible to these conditions. Using the newly discovered gene targets from this study, scientists could potentially create drugs to combat allergic diseases and reduce allergic responses. About 6.8 million children and 18.7 million adults in the U.S. suffer … Continue reading Epigenetic Study Finds New Potential Drug Targets for Asthma and Allergies

Pill pushers: Today’s medical students are not taught about nutrition despite growing burden of diet-related disease

Future medical professionals are at risk of becoming “pill-pushers” – healthcare experts unfit to provide nutritional support to patients. A review published in the Lancet analyzed previous studies on medical education and found that nutrition education isn’t adequately incorporated in current medical curricula. Many students and professionals lacked the necessary expertise in nutritional care. Meanwhile, existing nutrition courses are marked by poor quality. … Continue reading Pill pushers: Today’s medical students are not taught about nutrition despite growing burden of diet-related disease

Just got home from a run? Here are 15 foods you can eat to fulfill your goals

Something as simple as a 30-minute run in the morning can lead to a number of health benefits, from better mood to stronger bones. Running also appeals to a larger demographic because it doesn’t require equipment nor cost fitness center memberships. Before going out for a run, dietitians and health specialists often recommend eating a light meal to keep … Continue reading Just got home from a run? Here are 15 foods you can eat to fulfill your goals