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  1. Re: 6 Incredible Teas That Lower Inflammation

    I looked at both pages, not much there that was helpful, and further, we are invited to leave questions, but no one answers. If excess C is excreted in the urine, then how does one reach bowel...
  2. Re: Doctors Gagged as Feds Launch Censorship Campaign

    Signed from my inbox earlier!
  3. Re: Sweden's Covid-19 Death Toll Becomes Highest In The World

    I'm unimpressed with the first article of the two sources. What kind of publication withholds the journalist's last name? "Emma R.," seriously? Maybe it's because she's reluctant to be affiliated...
  4. Re: Are Thermal Cameras A Magic Bullet for Fever Detection? There's Not Enough Eviden

    I'm not sure I understand what these are. Entering a doctor's office or an audiologist's office, I've had my temperature taken with a handheld instrument aimed at my forehead. When I googled "thermal...
  5. Re: McDonalds Fans Drive 400km For Fastfood Feast After 8 Weeks In Lockdown

    If I did the math right, that was 6 1/2 hours plus the petrol in order to throw away $40 to feed two people greasy GMO junk. I could have fed a family of six a wholesome organic meal for $10 total......
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    Re: Aloe Vera For Sunburn: Does It Work?

    That's impressive!
  7. Re: Teaching Ants to Spell Out Words on the Driveway

    Grulla, it's about your acronyms. Some, like MIL, PVC and PITA, are pretty common, and even if they are not translatable, no meaning is lost. However, others (MH, SM, DI) are not readily...
  8. Re: France Bans Malaria Drug For Coronavirus Treatments

    Given the side effects/aftereffects of hydroxychloroquine, it's no surprise that it should be withdrawn from use. Our president claims to have been on a two week course prescribed by his personal...
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    Re: Aloe Vera For Sunburn: Does It Work?

    Completely agree. I've seen the same nearly miraculous results from the application of fresh aloe vera.
  10. Re: 6 Incredible Teas That Lower Inflammation

    TBH, I can't remember when I last had a cold, although thinking back to any sick days I might have taken in my last job before retirement, it has to be at least 20 years. Consequently I don't know...
  11. 6 Incredible Teas That Lower Inflammation

    Natalia Jones, Editor
    27 May 2020

    Like food, certain drinks can be considered harmful, whereas...
  12. Wuhan & US scientists used undetectable methods of genetic engineering on bat coronav

    Jonathan Matthews and Claire Robinson
    20 May 2020

    Evidence has emerged that researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in China, working in collaboration with...
  13. US Government Weakens Regulations on GMOs Despite Public Distrust

    Sustainable Pulse
    May 20 2020

    On Monday the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) released final regulations overhauling the nation’s decrepit regulatory system for genetically...
  14. WHO Halts Hydroxychloroquine Trial Over Safety Concerns

    Jason Beaubien
    May 25, 2020

    The World Health Organization says it is temporarily halting its clinical trials that use hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 patients ...
  15. Re: Vitamin D Determines Severity Of Covid-19 - Government Advice Needs To Change

    A daily dose of 400 IUs is laughable. I shudder to think what the current recommendation is in Ireland. I know the USDA recommendation is not much higher than 400, but research has shown...
  16. Re: Durable, Washable Textile Coating Can Repel Viruses

    That's certainly encouraging. I wonder how much it would cost to add that coating to all PPE fabrics.
  17. Re: How To Say No If Vaccines Become Mandatory

    Many thanks, Julieanne. That took some time!
  18. Re: How Remdesivir Works to Fight COVID-19 Inside the Body

    I take both quercetin and curcumin; the latter is a separate supplement, but the quercetin comes bound with one form of vitamin C that I take. Part of my treatment for macular degeneration requires...
  19. Re: Troops of the Future May Ditch Night-Vision Goggles in Favor of Eye Injections

    My older son, who did a stint in the US Army, has verified a number of these for me — as well as other stories of military research that would chill your soul. And these are merely the ones that...
  20. Re: Why we might not get a coronavirus vaccine

    I agree with Julieanne. I too got the smallpox vaccine and I'm grateful the disease is now extinct. I'm glad that my children got vaccinated against polio. I have occasionally had to get a tetanus...
  21. 'A Misbegotten, Warped Freedom Obsession Is Killing Us': Video of Trumpian Anti-Mask

    Julia Conley
    Friday, May 22, 2020

    'A Misbegotten, Warped Freedom Obsession Is Killing Us': Video of Trumpian Anti-Mask Jerks Goes Viral

    "Freedom is wasted on people who think coughing on...
  22. Re: Why we might not get a coronavirus vaccine

    I read somewhere today that the ranks of the anti-vaxxers are growing in the face of the development of a COVID-19 vaccine. I will cite the source if I can find it again, but be assured that I am...
  23. Rheumotologitsts’ view on the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19

    Xiaoxuan Sun, Yicheng Ni & Miaojia Zhang
    April 26, 2020


    The current pandemic coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2...
  24. How Remdesivir Works to Fight COVID-19 Inside the Body

    Emily Barone and Lon Tweeten
    May 21, 2020

  25. Why we might not get a coronavirus vaccine

    Ian Sample, Science editor
    May 22, 2020

    It would be hard to overstate the importance of developing a vaccine to Sars-CoV-2 – it’s seen as the fast track to a return to normal life. ...
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