South African B1351 coronavirus variant affects vaccinated patients more easily than the unvaccinated, warn Israeli researchers

The South African B1351 variant of the Wuhan coronavirus appears to affected vaccinated people more easily than the unvaccinated. A study done in Israel reported the concerning discovery, adding that vaccinated people are more affected than unvaccinated ones. It elaborated that the B1351 strain impacts immunized people up to eight times more than those who have yet to receive COVID-19 … Continue reading South African B1351 coronavirus variant affects vaccinated patients more easily than the unvaccinated, warn Israeli researchers

Post-vaccine strain? Michigan reports first confirmed case linked to Brazilian P1 coronavirus variant

The state of Michigan reported its first confirmed case linked to the Brazilian strain of the Wuhan coronavirus. A resident in Bay County was found to have the so-called P1 variant, which is believed to be more contagious than earlier variants and can re-infect patients more easily. Local health authorities reported on April 1 that the first … Continue reading Post-vaccine strain? Michigan reports first confirmed case linked to Brazilian P1 coronavirus variant

India discovers first “double-mutant” COVID strain as new cases surge

  Time to crank the fear gauge up to ’11’. (Article by Tyler Durden republished from ZeroHedge.com) Following a series of reports warning about mutated COVID strains first identified in Brazil, the US and elsewhere spreading across Latin America, the US and Europe, scientists in India are one-upping them by identifying what they described as “a … Continue reading India discovers first “double-mutant” COVID strain as new cases surge

Cleaning products linked to antibiotic resistance: Use plant-based non-toxic cleaners instead, urge experts

Millions of people around the globe use chemical disinfectants and other similar cleaning products to rid their homes of disease-causing bacteria. However, scientists find that the use of these cleaners can cause bacteria to develop resistance to chemicals meant to kill them. This is because chemical cleaners leave active residues that continue to kill bacteria — but not all … Continue reading Cleaning products linked to antibiotic resistance: Use plant-based non-toxic cleaners instead, urge experts

Patient who recovered from coronavirus in 2020 rushed back to hospital after baffling “relapse”

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread and infect countless people, some are hoping that vaccines can help protect them from the disease. However, one woman from London has reported that even after recovering from the coronavirus in 2020, she relapsed this year after experiencing worse symptoms. A mysterious “relapse” worse than the first diagnosis Megan Peacock, a 27-year-old retail … Continue reading Patient who recovered from coronavirus in 2020 rushed back to hospital after baffling “relapse”

Another Plandemic? P1 said to be “a different pandemic from the one we saw last year” – Brazil is the target

What would you do if a coronavirus that is much more contagious than regular COVID and that makes people much sicker than regular COVID started to spread all over the globe?  Well, we are being told that is precisely what is now happening.  Technically, P1 is a “variant” of the COVID virus that has paralyzed the … Continue reading Another Plandemic? P1 said to be “a different pandemic from the one we saw last year” – Brazil is the target

Toxic ingredient in disinfectants can give rise to antibiotic-resistant bacteria, birth defects and more

Experts are raising the alarm about a certain family of chemicals that are found in several commercial cleaning products. Quaternary ammonium compounds, or quats, are charged chemicals that can kill bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms. But though they are effective disinfectants, researchers found that quats can give rise to serious health and environmental problems, including antibiotic resistance, … Continue reading Toxic ingredient in disinfectants can give rise to antibiotic-resistant bacteria, birth defects and more

“If lockdown were a drug, it wouldn’t be approved,” says UK medical researcher – lockdowns do more harm than good

In an op-ed published by the Daily Mail, British medical researcher and oncologist Angus Dalgleish argued that the United Kingdom should not entertain the notion of a second national lockdown as a means of fighting against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). Dalgleish argues that, if a lockdown were a drug, it would not be approved by British regulatory authorities … Continue reading “If lockdown were a drug, it wouldn’t be approved,” says UK medical researcher – lockdowns do more harm than good

Denmark set to launch digital coronavirus passport

Denmark is set to launch its own digital Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) passport within the next few months. This document will show whether people have been vaccinated against the coronavirus. If the bearer of the passport has been vaccinated, it may grant them special travel privileges such as the waiving of mandatory quarantine. It could even allow them to visit certain areas … Continue reading Denmark set to launch digital coronavirus passport

Turmeric may be the key to preventing diseases caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria

British and German researchers may have found the key to defeating antibiotic-resistant bacteria and preventing the diseases they cause. In their study, which appeared in the journal ACS Applied Bio Materials, the researchers said that their newly developed tiny capsules loaded with curcumin — the active compound in turmeric — can treat infections caused by antibiotic-resistant strains of Helicobacter pylori. … Continue reading Turmeric may be the key to preventing diseases caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria