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There has been a debate all over the world about whether to use face masks to avoid covid-19. Several scientific studies show that face masks do not help against the spread of viruses and that in case of incorrect use or type of error, they can increase the risk of getting sick from viruses. They also have other negative health effects.
Det har varit en debatt över hela världen om man ska använda ansiktsmasker för att undvika covid-19. Flera vetenskapliga studier visar att ansiktsmasker inte hjälper mot spridning av virus och att de vid felaktig användning eller fel typ kan öka risken att bli sjuk av virus. De har även andra negativa hälsoeffekter.
By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, Children’s Health Defense
On March 12th, 2020, Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta held a global town hall on “Corona Facts and Fears.” During the discussion, Anderson said to the viewing audience, “And, again, if you are concerned about coronavirus, and you haven’t gotten a flu shot…you should get a flu shot.”
Setting safety and efficacy of influenza vaccination aside, is Anderson’s claim that the flu shot will help people fight COVID-19 remotely true? The short answer is no.
In fact, the results of many peer-reviewed, published studies prove that Anderson’s recommendation may have been the worst advice he could have given the public. →
(NaturalHealth365) As current reported COVID-19 cases top 1.3 million in the United States, the pandemic has claimed the lives of over 78,000 Americans. What the media is not emphasizing is how conditions like, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and heart disease increase the risk of death. Now, researchers are wondering if high blood pressure medications can raise risk as well.
In a disturbing new article published in the British journal The Lancet, a team of international researchers pondered whether the very medications used to treat chronic conditions could promote infection, and lead to negative COVID-19 outcomes. →