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Could a Too-Clean Society Trigger a Rise in Food Allergies?

A paper published by Yale University scientists proposes the rising number of adults and children who experience food allergies may be the result of an exaggerated activation of the body’s system that protects you against eating toxic foods.1 They write that as many as 8% of children in the U.S. have a potentially deadly response

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Lab Just Made a More Dangerous COVID Virus

If SARS-CoV-2 has frazzled your nerves, I have bad news for you. Scientists are already cooking up more virulent and lethal versions. In a January 22, 2021, Twitter post, biotech entrepreneur Yuri Deigin highlighted a study posted on the preprint server bioRxiv at the end of December 2020, saying:1 “Ok, the prize for the craziest

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Neighborhood Police Complaints Tied to Black Preterm Birth Rates

The more complaints of excessive force by police reported by neighborhood residents, the more likely it is that Black pregnant people living in that neighborhood will deliver preterm, according to findings from a new study presented January 28 at the virtual Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM) 2021 Annual Pregnancy Meeting. “We know there are significant racial

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Teenagers Get in the Queue for COVID Vaccines

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. While 34 million adults in the United States have received a COVID-19 vaccine, children and teenagers are waiting at the back of the line, mostly ineligible for the authorized vaccines. That secondary status is rapidly changing though, as experts expect vaccinations

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States Shift COVID Vaccine From Long-Term Care to General Public

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Some states have started taking COVID-19 vaccine from allocations meant for long-term care facilities and offering it to the general public in order to more quickly vaccinate more residents, according to state health officials. The federal Pharmacy Partnership for Long Term

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COVID Cases Dropping in US, but Variants Threaten Progress

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. COVID-19 cases are continuing to fall in the United States, according to the New York Times tracker, though the number of deaths from the disease again neared 4000 on Wednesday. The United States has averaged 141,146 cases a day in the

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Bundle Adherence Helps Improve Pediatric Sepsis Outcomes

Interim results from a 40-hospital pediatric sepsis quality improvement study support lengthening the initial window for giving fluids and antibiotics. They also suggest better outcomes when providers adhere to optimal care bundles. Dr Raina Paul Raina Paul, MD, an emergency department physician at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, told Medscape Medical News that

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Brazil Must Now Contend With Two SARS-CoV-2 Variants

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. Just over 20 days after Japan’s National Institute of Infectious Diseases announced the detection of a new SARS-CoV-2 variant — isolated from samples from four travelers from Amazonas, Brazil — the P.1 variant has already been detected in multiple other countries besides Brazil and Japan, from

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Cognitive Effects Transient for Alzheimer’s Drug Atabecestat

Adverse cognitive and psychiatric effects seen associated with the investigational Alzheimer’s drug atabecestat were reversed within 6 months of treatment cessation, according to follow-up results from a truncated clinical trial. A blinded, placebo-controlled, manufacturer-sponsored trial that had randomized 557 patients with preclinical Alzheimer’s disease to 25 mg daily oral atabecestat, 5 mg atabecestat, or placebo, was

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Oral Contraceptives Reduces Ovarian and Endometrial Cancer Risk

Oral contraceptive use is associated with a decreased risk of ovarian and endometrial cancer 3 decades after discontinuation, according to an analysis of data from more than 250,000 women. At the same time, oral contraceptive use is associated with a short-term increased risk of breast cancer after discontinuation, although the lifetime risk of breast cancer

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Forbes Attacks Mercola — Gives One Hour to Respond

As censorship and cancel culture gets revved up another notch, it was perhaps inevitable that I would get targeted yet again, this time by The Washington Post, The New York Times and Forbes magazine. January 18, 2021, our media department received an email from Joe Walsh, a Forbes reporter, stating:1 “I understand that … your

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1 in 6 Americans Went Into Therapy for the First Time in 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be so mentally exhausting that 1 in 6 Americans started therapy for the first time during 2020, joining the 31% of Americans who already received therapy, or returned to it, that year.1 The findings come from a survey of 2,000 U.S. adults, commissioned by Vida Health, which shines a

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Why COVID-19 Cases Will Instantly Drop

COVID-19 cases will drop like a rock from here on, and the reason for that is simple. One hour after Joe Biden’s inauguration as the 46th president of the United States, January 20, 2021, the World Health Organization suddenly and out of the blue lowered the recommended PCR cycle threshold (CT),1 which automatically guarantees that

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60% of Americans Will Be Obese by 2030

In the U.S. 42.5% of adults 20 and over are obese, while, in total, 73.6% are overweight or obese.1 While these statistics are already alarming, the American Obesity Association suggests that by 2025 50% of Americans may be obese — and predicts this will jump to 60% by 2030.2 What’s behind this ongoing rise in

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The Great Reset and Build Back Better

Top political figures and Big Tech leaders are using the common refrain that the COVID-19 pandemic has provided an opportunity to “reset” and “build back better.” But what does it really mean to “build back better”? Founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Klaus Schwab first started circulating the idea of The

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Seniors Dying After COVID Vaccine Labeled as Natural Causes

Around the world, reports are pouring in of people dying shortly after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. In many cases, they die suddenly within hours of getting the shot. In others, death occurs within the span of a couple of weeks. One notable case is baseball legend Hank Aaron, 86, who died January 22, 2021, 17

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Temperature Scans Are Unreliable in Detecting COVID

An early sign of many infections is a fever or an increase in your core temperature that your body uses to help fight pathogens. Researchers have found the no-contact forehead thermometers commonly used to screen for fever in public places are an ineffective and unreliable means of detecting COVID-19.1 Thermoregulation is an important part of

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Journal of Medicine Says HCQ + Zinc Reduces COVID Deaths

Early on in the COVID-19 pandemic, doctors around the world reported high success rates using an inexpensive treatment protocol of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and zinc, typically in combination with an antibiotic to treat secondary bacterial infections. Almost immediately, government health agencies and mainstream media started attacking the treatment, going so far as to ban the prescription

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Weekly Health Quiz: Mask, Censorship and COVID

1 Which of the following appears to be a useful treatment at all stages of SARS-CoV-2 infection, but works best as a prophylactic? Resveratrol Aspirin Ivermectin While preliminary evidence seems to suggest ivermectin can be useful at all stages of SARS-CoV-2 infection, its real strength appears to be prophylactic. Of 58 health care workers who

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Simple Hacks That Make Fasting Easy

Dr. Mercola Interviews the Experts This article is part of a weekly series in which Dr. Mercola interviews various experts on a variety of health issues. To see more expert interviews, click here. Over the years, I’ve done several interviews with Dave Asprey, a Silicon Valley entrepreneur, founder and CEO of bulletproof.com, including one in

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My family and my company are leaving California.

To combat these trends, local and state governments have gamed the statistics, reclassifying offenses and letting prisoners go free. Meanwhile, the police have become targets for public ire. In July, the city of Los Angeles slashed police funding, cutting the force to its lowest levels in over a decade.

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Dr. Stella Immanuel

1. Immanuel Studied Medicine in Nigeria & Has Practiced Medicine in Texas & Louisiana Stella Immanuel Immanuel studied medicine at the University of Calabar in Calabar in southeastern Nigeria. Immanuel attended the school between 1984 and 1990. According to listings on the U.S. News & World Report website of Immanuel’s background that were available on

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