Joseph Mercola: Do More Children Die From the COVID Shot Than From COVID?

Commentary According to published research, children are at risk for potentially lifelong health effects from the jab. Read here to learn what the experts say. The video above features Collette Martin, a practicing nurse who testified before a Louisiana Health and Welfare Committee hearing December 6, 2021. Martin claims she and her colleagues have witnessed

The History of the Antibiotic

While many people believe that penicillin was the first antibiotic, they would be wrong by only a few thousand years. Various molds and plant extracts have been used as “antibiotics” throughout history. Ancient Egyptians would apply moldy bread onto infected wounds, while examinations of skeletal remains from ancient Sudanese Nubia dating as far back as

Plant-Based Diet Reduces Risk of Cognitive Decline

A new study has found that elderly people who consume a plant-based diet have a reduced risk of cognitive decline and dementia. The research was published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research and was carried out over 12 years with the participation of 842 people from France who were over the age of

Repeat COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots Trigger Regulator Warning About Immune-System Risks

The European Union’s drug regulator expressed doubts about whether a second booster dose of the currently available COVID-19 vaccines would be a sustainable long-term approach. Marco Cavaleri, the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) head of vaccines strategy, told a media briefing, “There is an emergency discussion around the possibility of giving a second booster dose with the same vaccine currently in use. Data

Saffron Protects Against Macular Degeneration

As baby boomers mature en masse, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is on the rise. AMD is the leading cause of vision loss among people 50 and older. It affects more than 10 million people in the United States, according to the American Macular Degeneration Foundation. Fortunately, an ancient spice offers some protection. The macula is

T Cells From Common Colds Cross-Protect Against Infection With COVID-19: Study

A type of cells produced by the body when fighting common cold viruses cross-protects people against infection with the virus that causes COVID-19, according to a study. T cells have been recognized as a measure of protection against severe COVID-19, and previous research indicated that recovery from common colds could provide some level of shielding against

Omicron ‘First Ray of Light’ Toward COVID-19 Turning Endemic: UK Scientist

A British doctor has forecast COVID-19 evolving to become less severe and endemic, and said the highly-transmissible but milder Omicron variant is the beginning of the process. “The thing that might happen in the future is you may see the emergence of a new variant that is less severe, and ultimately, in the long-term, what

Have You Ever Heard of This Healthy Alternative to Flour?

Have you ever heard of breadfruit? It’s a rather strange name for a piece of fruit that sounds like it may smell or taste like bread. Instead, breadfruit is grown in tropical regions of the world and, like jackfruit, is a member of the mulberry family. Breadfruit trees were originally found in Polynesia. People use

Research Indicates Vaccines Provide Reduced Effectiveness Against Omicron

The Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 is much more effective at infecting people vaccinated against the COVID-19 disease it causes, a review of research on the subject suggests. Research also indicates vaccination provides less protection against serious disease upon Omicron infection. The Omicron variant, first detected in South Africa in November, now constitutes the dominant strain

Frontline Doctor Highlights His Preferred COVID-19 Treatments

While the Omicron variant of the  the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus seems to be causing less severe disease than the Delta variant, it’s still landing some people in hospitals, highlighting the need for effective treatment before cases progress to that stage, a frontline doctor says. Dr. Syed Haider has treated more than 4,000 COVID-19-positive patients so far

Is Your Gallbladder Causing Your Symptoms?

The health and function of the gallbladder is often overlooked unless gallstones cause significant pain or require surgical removal. The vast majority of gallstones are asymptomatic. The reality is, the gallbladder is the root cause of many chronic gastrointestinal issues. You do not need to experience a “gallbladder attack” to have underlying concerns within the

Dr. Robert Malone to Rogan: US in ‘Mass Formation Psychosis’ Over COVID-19

Key mRNA contributor Dr. Robert Malone, a prominent skeptic of mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, suggested to popular podcaster Joe Rogan—days after Malone was suspended from Twitter—during an interview that the United States is in the midst of a “mass formation psychosis.” “Our government is out of control on this,” Malone said about vaccine mandates in the interview,

COVID Antiviral Pills Cause Life-Threatening Reactions When Used With Many Common Meds: FDA

Pfizer’s antiviral oral drug developed to treat COVID-19 can cause severe or life-threatening effects when used with common medications including some anti-coagulants, some anti-depressants, and some cholesterol-lowering statins, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (pdf). FDA does not recommend Paxlovid for those with severe kidney or liver disease. The FDA on Dec. 22 granted emergency

Diabetes Skyrockets Amid a Pandemic of Sitting

New figures show that global diabetes prevalence has increased by 16 percent in the past two years, with 537 million adults (aged 20–79) now estimated to be living with the chronic condition. Over this same time period, COVID-19 has stopped us from doing some of the things that help prevent and manage diabetes. One of the ways

Lockdown Policies and Mask Mandates Linked With Lower IQ in Children: Psychiatrist

The nation’s recent lockdown policies and mask mandates will create a generation of children who exhibit lower IQs and signs of social brain damage, according to a clinical psychiatrist for children and adolescents. Dr. Mark McDonald cited an Aug. 11 study by Brown University (pdf) that found that “children born during the pandemic have significantly

10 Great Ways to Help Your Memory With Chinese Medicine

If you worry that your memory is going, you’re not alone.  Do you regularly walk into a room and forget what you went there for?  Have you ever drawn a blank on a close friend’s name?  Do you routinely forget common words?  Join the club.  These little episodes are embarrassing and frustrating, but are you

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