Physical Exercise Significantly Lowers Risks for Covid-19 Complications

Physical Exercise Significantly Lowers Risks for Covid-19 Complications

A new study published last week in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that exercise of any amount had a protective effect on risk of hospitalization and death from infection with SARS-CoV-2 and symptoms of Covid-19.1 This retrospective cohort study follows 25 previous studies that also reported strong associations between mortality and hospitalization, and physical […]

Shingles May Be Triggered by Covid Shots

Shingles May Be Triggered by Covid Shots

A large retrospective cohort study conducted by researchers in Germany and the University of Virginia compared the incidence of shingles among individuals who did and did not get a Covid-19 shot and found a statistically significant difference providing evidence for an association between Covid vaccinations and increased risk for developing shingles or herpes zoster (HZ). […]

CDC Gives More Than $3 Billion to Local and State Health Departments

CDC Gives More Than $3 Billion to Local and State Health Departments

Officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that they are distributing $3.2 billion to state, local, and territorial health departments across the United States in what they describe as an attempt to “strengthen” public health initiatives. CDC director Rochelle Walensky, MD said the money will give local agencies critical funding […]

Millions Harmed by Medical Misdiagnosis in U.S. Hospital Emergency Rooms

Millions Harmed by Medical Misdiagnosis in U.S. Hospital Emergency Rooms

A new study published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) on Dec. 15, 2022 estimates that about six percent of the approximately 130 million people (about one in 18 individuals) who seek medical care in emergency departments (ED) in the United States each year are […]

Life-Saving Organ Transplants Denied to Unvaccinated People

Life-Saving Organ Transplants Denied to Unvaccinated People

The idea that a person in need of a life-saving surgery would be denied that procedure by a doctor or a hospital administrator simply because the individual opted out of getting a COVID-19 shot seems surreal. It sounds unethical at the very least, criminal at worst, and certainly not something that one would imagine could […]

Doctors Link Shortage of Children’s Medications to Spike in Respiratory Infections

Doctors Link Shortage of Children’s Medications to Spike in Respiratory Infections

In the last few months, parents and caregivers of children have struggled to find over-the-counter and prescription medications used to treat common childhood illnesses like influenza, ear infections and sore throats for their sick children.1 2 The four medications reportedly in short supply are Amoxicillin (an antibiotic), Tamiflu (an antiviral), Albuterol (a bronchodilator) and children’s Tylenol […]

Trust “The Science”? No.

Trust “The Science”? No.

Thanksgiving weekend came and went in 2021. The soothsayers of Team Apocalypse were wrong again—the sky didn’t fall. Whole populations of families who dared to get together to celebrate were not wiped out. But that didn’t stop NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci. The COVID fatality rate doesn’t hold a candle to the risk of standing […]

New Autopsy Report Reveals Those Who Died Suddenly Were Likely Killed by the COVID Vaccine

New Autopsy Report Reveals Those Who Died Suddenly Were Likely Killed by the COVID Vaccine

A major new autopsy report has found that three people who died unexpectedly at home with no pre-existing disease shortly after COVID vaccination were likely killed by the vaccine. A further two deaths were found to be possibly due to the vaccine. The report, published in Clinical Research in Cardiology, the official journal of the German Cardiac […]

Study Finds SARS-CoV-2 Virus Can Survive on Some Food Surfaces

Study Finds SARS-CoV-2 Virus Can Survive on Some Food Surfaces

Findings from a new study, which was conducted by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) in the United Kingdom to determine whether the SARS-CoV-2 virus can survive on food and food packaging, found evidence that survival of the virus varied depended on the type of foods and food packaging examined.1 In 2020, it was determined that […]

U.S. House Repeals Military COVID Vaccine Mandate

U.S. House Repeals Military COVID Vaccine Mandate

In a Dec. 6, 2022 proposed compromise version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year (FY) 2023 , the U.S. House of Representatives authorized $857.9 billion in spending for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and included a provision repealing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all military personnel instituted by the Biden […]