The CDC thinks that American hospitals are prepared to handle Ebola. RNs beg to differ. Nurses, the frontline care providers in U.S. hospitals, say they are untrained and unprepared to handle patients arriving in their hospital emergency departments infected with Ebola. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has repeatedly said that U.S. hospitals are … Continue reading Viral Intelligence
Dr. David Brownstein writes, “For over 20 years, I have been writing and lecturing about how the flu vaccine fails nearly all who get it.” Now he says, “Why would anyone get a flu vaccine when it fails 99% who receive it? Why would any physician prescribe a therapy, which is associated with serious adverse effects, that fails 99% who … Continue reading People are Dying from the Flu
One encouraging aspect of the coronavirus outbreak: So far, about 82 percent of the cases — including all 14 in the United States — have been mild, with symptoms that require little or no medical intervention. And that proportion may be an under count. World Health Organization expert Michael Ryan said that outside of Hubei province, the … Continue reading Mild Mannered Coronavirus
Though it is still early to make predictions, if the coronavirus epidemic explodes in a place outside China the entire world will freak. Already Singapore’s prime minister is urging citizens to stay calm following a wave of panic buying that emptied many supermarket shelves of essential goods after the government raised the risk alert level over the … Continue reading World Ready to Freak?
Because we are in the middle of a declared international health crisis I will start each essay with an update. I am quickly writing a booklet on the coronavirus and how to treat it to maximize the chances one will not die from it. So far the news is not being overly dramatic, meaning things … Continue reading Dosages and Treatments for Coronavirus Infections
Coronavirus outbreak, transmission, and pathophysiology illustrated clearly by pulmonologist Dr. Seheult. Coronavirus symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment Video-Length: 6:35 minutes Here are the links referenced in this video on coronavirus: Homologous recombination within the spike glycoprotein of the newly identified coronavirus may boost cross‐species transmission from snake to human - Ji - - Journal of Medical … Continue reading Coronavirus symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment
The number of cases confirmed by the Chinese government rose to 4,515 as of Jan. 27, up from 2,835 a day earlier — although the true figures are generally expected to be much higher. The virus has now spread across China and into at least 16 countries globally. Meaning that the number of people infected by … Continue reading Cornonavirus Killing Even Healthy People?
Chris Martenson writes, “Once a pandemic spreads to my neck of the woods, I’m not going to be doing anything in the company of strangers. No shopping, no going to restaurants, and especially no traveling in closed up metal tubes with recirculated air (i.e. planes and trains). I won’t be alone in those behaviors. How … Continue reading Coronavirus Epidemic – Should We Panic Yet?
The Headlines read: China Quarantines a City of 11 Million Over Deadly New Virus. Little is known about the new virus, making it more challenging for authorities to figure out the appropriate action to take, experts say. Unfortunately, they will not take appropriate action because they refuse to look at the fundamental weakness of all … Continue reading Treatment Recommendations For New Virus That Is Shutting Down Entire Cities
Houttuynia cordata, also known as Chinese lizard tail, fish mint or chameleon plant, is an aromatic herb used extensively in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). It belongs in the same category as other herbs that can clear heat from the body and treat toxicity. But in a recently published study in the Chinese Journal of Natural Medicines, researchers from Fudan … Continue reading The chameleon plant, a key ingredient in TCM, can protect the gut during a viral infection