Zinc boosts immunity and helps regrow immune cells, study finds

Zinc boosts immunity and helps regrow immune cells, study finds

Now, a new study has confirmed that zinc also helps regrow immune cells, making it something of an immune booster.Zinc mediates non-specific immunity, including natural killer cells and neutrophils.

Trusts to stop routine Covid tests for new patients amid ‘brutal’ NHS pressures

Trusts to stop routine Covid tests for new patients amid ‘brutal’ NHS pressures

On Monday there were 1,702 new Covid admissions to hospitals in England - with 16,442 positive patients occupying beds - the NHS leaders warn their ability to tackle the backlog in planned care is at risk.

What can naturopathic medicine do to treat long-haul COVID? — San Francisco Natural Medicine

What can naturopathic medicine do to treat long-haul COVID? — San Francisco Natural Medicine

The more I learn about this syndrome, the more I’ve come to the conclusion that naturopathic medicine is particularly well suited to addressing this emerging health issue and helping people manage and hopefully recover from this novel virus.

Vitamin K could offer protection against severe COVID-19, study shows

Vitamin K could offer protection against severe COVID-19, study shows

This fat-soluble vitamin is already well-known for its role in blood clotting, and that’s why it could have a protective effect against COVID-19 given the virus’s ability to cause blood clotting degradation of elastic fibers in the lungs.

#1757 - Dr. Robert Malone, MD

#1757 - Dr. Robert Malone, MD

Since January 2020, Dr. Malone has been leading a large team focused on clinical research design, drug development, computer modeling and mechanisms of action of repurposed drugs for the treatment of COVID-19.

‘Get out and get another job,’ Sajid Javid tells unvaccinated care workers

‘Get out and get another job,’ Sajid Javid tells unvaccinated care workers

Asked how the country would cope with staff shortages if tens of thousands of care workers quit the sector, Mr Javid said: “There are other people … who will come forward.”.

Changes to menstrual cycle after Covid vaccination should be investigated, says expert

Changes to menstrual cycle after Covid vaccination should be investigated, says expert

The MHRA states that its data does not support a link between changes to periods and Covid vaccines, as the number of reports is low compared with the number of people vaccinated and the prevalence of menstrual disorders overall.

Chlorine dioxide approved as COVID-19 treatment in Bolivia – BrighteonTV

Chlorine dioxide approved as COVID-19 treatment in Bolivia – BrighteonTV

Bob Sisson and his guests on CLO2TV talk about chlorine dioxide being used as a treatment for COVID-19 in different countries such as Bolivia and Honduras.Bolivian media reports also said that Comusave has previously used MMS to treat patients in Oruro, eastern Bolivia, with the backing of local authorities.

Caught Red-Handed: CDC Changes Test Thresholds To Virtually Eliminate New COVID Cases Among Vaxx’d

Caught Red-Handed: CDC Changes Test Thresholds To Virtually Eliminate New COVID Cases Among Vaxx’d

New policies will artificially deflate “breakthrough infections” in the vaccinated, while the old rules continue to inflate case numbers in the unvaccinated.The unreliable PCR test can be manipulated into reporting a high number of false-positives by altering the cycle threshold (CT value) Inflated Case-count.

Covid-19 is no random killer, study finds

Covid-19 is no random killer, study finds

Only people who have one of four chronic health problems is likely to die from the virus, a major new study has confirmed.People with more than one of the chronic problems were the most likely to need emergency care.

What can retailers say about how vitamin D works against COVID-19?

What can retailers say about how vitamin D works against COVID-19?

In a study in Spain, researchers provided COVID-19 patients on the day of admission to the hospital with about 20,000 IU vitamin D, then 10,000 IU on days three and seven, and then weekly until discharge or admission to the intensive care unit.

Hundreds join Covid rule-breaching ‘music, cocktails and water fight’ party in Birmingham park

Hundreds join Covid rule-breaching ‘music, cocktails and water fight’ party in Birmingham park

A huge organised student party promising ‘music, cocktails’ and even a ‘water fight’ was among the alleged Covid breaches reported to police as a relaxation in outdoor meeting rules coincided with one of the hottest March days for decades.

The Vaccine Connection to death on the Rock

The Vaccine Connection to death on the Rock

In an open letter to the UK Vaccine Minister and Health Secretary in February, the UK Medical Freedom Alliance cited Office for National Statistics data showing that UK weekly care home deaths tripled in the two weeks of January 8-22, when there was a massive increase in Covid jabs.

Krispy Kreme's "Promotion" for Pharma Promotes Obesity and Disease for Poor and People of Color

Krispy Kreme's "Promotion" for Pharma Promotes Obesity and Disease for Poor and People of Color

By race/ethnicity, the same obesity and education pattern was seen among non-Hispanic White, non-Hispanic Black, and Hispanic women, and also among non-Hispanic White men, although the differences were not all statistically significant.

Study panned regarding effects of vitamin C and zinc on COVID-19

Study panned regarding effects of vitamin C and zinc on COVID-19

“This kind of misapplication of a poorly conducted study has the potential effect of dissuading other serious researchers from investigating the potential of a wide range of supplements, such as vitamin C, vitamin D, zinc, melatonin and others, for their ability to support immune function and resistance to respiratory infections, including COVID-19.”.

Vitamin D and survival in COVID-19 patients: A quasi-experimental study

Vitamin D and survival in COVID-19 patients: A quasi-experimental study

The objective of this quasi-experimental study was to determine whether bolus vitamin D3 supplementation taken during or just before COVID-19 was effective in improving survival among frail elderly nursing-home residents with COVID-19.

Belgian researchers link vitamin D deficiency to serious cases of Covid-19

Belgian researchers link vitamin D deficiency to serious cases of Covid-19

Previous studies on its immune properties have found that vitamin D deficiency is linked to increased risk of severity of other viral infections, such as HIV.“In the meantime, the clinical biologists of AZ Delta are drawing attention to the avoidance of vitamin D deficiencies as prevention against severe COVID-19,” they said.

Should retailers recommend elderberry for coronavirus?

Should retailers recommend elderberry for coronavirus?

The conclusion is now clear: Elderberry supplements are positive immune support supplements to recommend, without any fear of a backlash particular to those customers worried about the COVID-19 virus.

Beauty gets into the grocery business

Beauty gets into the grocery business

Functional foods and beverages, like kombucha and protein bars, touting health benefits are not new — but brands selling them have been drawing an increasingly direct line between inner wellness and outer beauty.

One in three nurses say mental health has become ‘very bad’ during pandemic

One in three nurses say mental health has become ‘very bad’ during pandemic

The poll also found that rates of anxiety and burnout are far higher than usual, with 50 per cent of 996 healthcare workers surveyed saying their mental health had deteriorated since Covid-19 began affecting the UK.

Coronavirus: Cats highly susceptible to infection, study finds

Coronavirus: Cats highly susceptible to infection, study finds

Coronavirus can be transmitted between cats , a study has confirmed, days after reports that a pet in Belgium had been infected with the disease.Virologists and infectious disease experts told The Guardian the findings did not show that cats could spread Covid-19 to humans.

Coronavirus: Face masks not enough to protect healthy people from contracting infection, says WHO

Coronavirus: Face masks not enough to protect healthy people from contracting infection, says WHO

Following Monday’s review, WHO said there remains no clinical evidence to suggest that wearing a face mask in the community can protect healthy people from contracting respiratory infections including Covid-19.

Coronavirus: Sophia Myles issues virus warning on GMB following father’s death

Coronavirus: Sophia Myles issues virus warning on GMB following father’s death

Actress Sophia Myles has called on the public to take Covid-19 seriously after losing her “selfless” father to the illness.The Doctor Who and Transformers actress said she was “lucky” to be able to see her father for five minutes before he died.

Adverts which claim IV drips can help fight coronavirus banned by watchdog

Adverts which claim IV drips can help fight coronavirus banned by watchdog

The posts, made online by medical companies, were a “straight breach” of the rules regarding products sold to treat or prevent the disease, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said.

Coronavirus: Miss England who returned to work as NHS doctor ‘concerned’ about lack of PPE

Coronavirus: Miss England who returned to work as NHS doctor ‘concerned’ about lack of PPE

Miss England has said she is concerned about the lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) available to NHS staff fighting Covid-19 on the frontline.Ms Mukherjee said that only medics working in intensive care units were given access to PPE, while nurse were given basic surgical masks, "a pinny" and gloves.

Coronavirus: Dogs could be used to sniff out illness in ‘as little as six weeks’ time’

Coronavirus: Dogs could be used to sniff out illness in ‘as little as six weeks’ time’

Professor James Logan, from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said: “Our previous work demonstrated that dogs can detect odours from humans with a malaria infection with extremely high accuracy – above the World Health Organisation standards for a diagnostic.