Tuesday, May 28, 2024


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce


Physical Activity Boosts Brain Health

by Natasha Hobley
walking up steps
If you are not already making exercise a regular part of your life, you may be missing out on brain boosting benefits ...

UN Says Confidence in Childhood Vaccines Down 44 Percent Worldwide

by Carolyn Hendler, JD
mother refusing vaccine for her baby
A new report conducted by the Vaccine Confidence Project published by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) concluded that confidence ...

Physical Exercise Significantly Lowers Risks for Covid-19 Complications

by Barbara Cáceres
elderly woman sitting on mat
A new study published last week in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that exercise of any amount had a ...

Study: Natural Immunity Offers More Protection Than Three mRNA COVID Shots

by Natasha Hobley
woman drinking water
As the debate continues surrounding the issue of bodily autonomy being violated by school and workplace COVID-19 vaccine mandates, a ...

The Triumph of Natural Immunity

by Martin Kulldorff | Guest Writer
natural immunity
Opinion | A new CDC study shows that around 75% of American children have already had COVID-19. That means that ...

Why Aren’t We Celebrating the Naturally Immune?

by Heidi Wetzler | Guest Writer
natural immunity shield
Opinion | At the beginning of this pandemic, I heard the term herd immunity a lot. Scientists and news anchors ...

Senators, Doctors Urge CDC to Recognize Natural Immunity

by Natasha Hobley
building strong natural immunity
As millions of Americans have experienced COVID-19 disease and the COVID vaccine mandate issued by the government continues to impact ...

Tanzanian Government Skeptical About Safety of COVID-19 Vaccines

by Rishma Parpia
Tanzanian flag
On Feb 2, 2021, Tanzania’s health minister, Dorothy Gwajima, announced that her country has no plans in place to recommend ...

Biologists Report Chemical Compounds in Some Foods May Affect Replication of Coronavirus

by Kate Raines
plates of dark chocolate
Story Highlights Plant biologists at North Carolina State University have found that chemical compounds in some foods may affect the ...

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