Magnesium Administration for Corona Infections

It isn’t very comfortable to realize the obvious. The perfect medicine for coronavirus hospital patients would be magnesium chloride given intravenously. Magnesium administration would reduce the progression of the disease to severe or fatal stages, when caught earlier enough, and keep heart patients from dying in the later stages. Other studies show that combinations of Vitamin D, magnesium, and B12 … Continue reading Magnesium Administration for Corona Infections

All Clear Siren or Lock Them Up Again?

We Don’t Quarantine Treatable Diseases COVID-19 is a treatable infectious disease. Quarantine is a restriction on the movement of people and goods, which is intended to prevent the spread of non-treatable contagious diseases, but is not necessary when there are effective treatments. We are being played, for the only thing health officials are interested in is … Continue reading All Clear Siren or Lock Them Up Again?

Shining the Light on Unnecessary Quarantines

The latest information is that the lockdown was unnecessary. In fact, not only was it unnecessary but it turns out that locking people in their homes was exactly the wrong thing to do. A study of almost 800 people shows that the higher your vitamin D status the less the coronavirus will affect you. Get … Continue reading Shining the Light on Unnecessary Quarantines

People with mild symptoms can develop immunity against coronavirus, says research

French researchers have found that even mild cases of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) can produce antibodies in almost all patients. In addition, they reveal that the patient’s defenses against the virus increase as he starts recovery. The report, which is posted on the medRxiv server, adds evidence that people who have recovered from COVID-19 could acquire some degree … Continue reading People with mild symptoms can develop immunity against coronavirus, says research

Scientists now claim coronavirus is affected by weather and climate

A new study suggests that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is seasonal, spreading much faster in specific weather and climate conditions and dying out when it gets warmer or colder. Researchers from the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UM SOM) found that the cities heavily affected by the virus during the start of the pandemic were situated on a similar … Continue reading Scientists now claim coronavirus is affected by weather and climate

Could spraying children with disinfectant be the new normal?

Although the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t appear to be over yet, many places have effectively “flattened the curve.”  And some states have already started to reopen in phases, although most recognize that life won’t return to normal anytime soon. Perhaps one of the big questions on the minds of parents across the nation is this: When … Continue reading Could spraying children with disinfectant be the new normal?

Coronavirus lockdowns worsen childhood obesity, studies say

The lockdown measures implemented to slow the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are worsening child obesity due to decreased physical activity and poorer diets. U.S. researchers have found that obese children in Italy participated in less physical activity while eating more junk food and watching more TV while social distancing measures to stop COVID-19 were in place. … Continue reading Coronavirus lockdowns worsen childhood obesity, studies say

Overreliance on ventilators led to coronavirus deaths, study shows

The use of ventilators to treat COVID-19 patients has come under scrutiny after a new study stated that the devices may be doing more harm than good. The study, published in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, said that mechanical ventilation can damage the lungs of COVID-19 patients, especially those who are elderly or have severe symptoms. This means that … Continue reading Overreliance on ventilators led to coronavirus deaths, study shows

Yes, it’s REAL: Coronavirus patients are losing their sense of smell and taste – and aren’t getting them back

In addition to attacking the lungs, the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) can also rob patients of their sense of smell and taste. Now, as they begin to learn more about the disease, experts warn that these patients could be without these senses for much longer than expected. Healthcare personnel first noticed that COVID-19 patients were losing their ability to … Continue reading Yes, it’s REAL: Coronavirus patients are losing their sense of smell and taste – and aren’t getting them back

Tracing the origins of COVID-19

On December 9, 2019, long before the world knew anything about it, a video interview took place with one of the key players in the COVID-19 drama, Dr Peter Daszak, President of the EcoHealth Alliance, who inadvertently may have provided indications of its true origin. (Article by Lawrence Sellin republished from Wionews.com) Much of that discussion centred around … Continue reading Tracing the origins of COVID-19