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In a collaboration between researchers1 from the University of Queensland and the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases, scientists discovered quercetin has proneurogenic effects in the hippocampus of the brain. The hippocampus is located within the temporal lobe and is part of the limbic system.2 This is a part of the brain where behavioral and emotional...
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As Ivor Cummins demonstrates in the video above, available data reveal lockdowns have been completely ineffective at lowering positive test rates, while extracting a huge cost in terms of human suffering and societal health. All of the reports and studies reviewed in his video are also available on his website, TheFatEmperor.com.1 To that long list...
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When Bob and Joyce Wachsmuth were diagnosed with COVID-19, their care team told them about two programs that could help with their care and recovery: remote patient monitoring and monoclonal antibody therapy. They quickly signed on for both. In early January, Bob Wachsmuth felt like a winter cold was coming on. “I didn’t pay much...
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February is National Cancer Prevention Month, which makes this a good time to learn about what you can do to reduce your risk of developing cancer. Throat cancer is a general term that applies to cancer that develops in the throat or in the voice box. Most throat cancer symptoms aren’t specific to cancer. Symptoms of...
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Because of consistently low COVID-19 infection positivity rates in the community, Mayo Clinic in Rochester will start allowing two visitors for each patient during their inpatient and outpatient visits. Visitors to the inpatient setting will be able to come and go during visiting hours, which are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Highlights of inpatient visitor...
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For a weary public longing to get back to normalcy, vaccine passports represent a tantalizing carrot, being dangled as a mechanism for freedom. By showing proof that you’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine, perhaps you can once again board an airplane and travel freely, attend a concert or enjoy a meal in your favorite restaurant, just...
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Exposure to light at night is a recent phenomenon that increased dramatically after the invention of electric lighting. Human bodies have not entirely adjusted to this change, and still run on a 24-hour cycle, or circadian rhythm, which includes regular cycles of light and dark. When you’re exposed to light at night — a time...
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The Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) lab appears to be Ground Zero for infection for SARS-CoV-2, according to a paper trail left by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) itself and explored in the above video. Its author, who lived in China for 10 years and speaks fluent Chinese, said this is not so much a...
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Many parents and caregivers are hoping their kids return to in-person learning. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released highly anticipated new guidance for getting children back into a physical classroom. Dr. Robert Jacobson, a Mayo Clinic pediatrician and vaccine researcher at Mayo Clinic Children’s Center, discusses the CDC plan, when a COVID-19...
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ROCHESTER, Minnesota: Los pacientes con COVID-19 corren riesgo de presentar complicaciones neurológicas, incluida una encefalitis o inflamación del cerebro. «Se ha informado acerca de casos de encefalitis entre los pacientes con COVID-19, a pesar de que, en general, parece ser una complicación relativamente rara», comenta el Dr. Michel Toledano, neurólogo de Mayo Clinic. En el caso...
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