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My vaccine dilemma – instantly resolved

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I have now had Covid. And Government data is very clear. My Natural Immunity far exceeds anything a vaccine can give me. My week started...

Novavax leads the way for protein-based Covid vaccines

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Novavax, the first protein-based Covid-19 vaccine, has been approved by the WHO, the EU and India. It does not use genetic material.  Vaccines that do...

Lactobacillus strains improve Covid symptoms

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People who have Covid-19 and are either in the early stage of infection or who have ‘long Covid’, improve Covid symptoms by taking a...

My vaccine dilemma – resolved

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I think the real problem with Covid has been the perpetual deceit, misinformation and confusion. If you don’t trust the person in charge (“it’s...

The Truth about Omicron

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A new variant of Covid has emerged, it’s more infectious, with under 40s more likely to develop symptoms but much milder than previous variants...

Myopericarditis and Coagulation from vaccines – are we vaccinating correctly?

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A small study with Intramuscular mRNA vaccines has shown that if they go straight into a blood vessel they can cause myopericarditis, indicating that...

Merck to launch antiviral pill, Molnupiravir, for Covid

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Clinical trials on a new oral antiviral drug, Molnupiravir, from Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics were stopped early because 'the results were so convincing' and...

Ivermectin repeatedly linked to lower Covid levels and deaths

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The use of the common insecticide Ivermectin is associated with lower mortality during treatment of COVID-19, especially in patients with severe pulmonary involvement, and...

Pfizer Covid ‘vaccine’ turned down in India

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The Indian Government has not approved the Pfizer ‘vaccine’, even for emergency use, expressing concerns that Clinical Data would not be produced by Pfizer...

Dementia patients at higher risk with Covid

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Dementia patients, especially vascular dementia patients and people of African descent were at a much higher risk of catching and dying from Covid-19. Researchers from...

The Human virome and its importance to health

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Our virome has 380 trillion members and prompts our immune system and constantly changes the balance and strength of our microbiome; this can even...

Could L-tyrosine and PCS prevent an asthma attack?

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A common amino acid, L-tyrosine, is the precursor to a compound PCS in the body which seems to control inflammation in the lungs, that...