Judy Mikovits Suggests Retroviruses Play a Role in COVID-19

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. Judy Mikovits, Ph.D. is a cellular and molecular biologist,1 researcher and was the founding research director of the Whittemore Peterson Institute that […]

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First U.S. Dog With COVID-19 Has Died

Whether the dog died from the coronavirus or lymphoma isn’t clear. Buddy got sick in April but it wasn’t until May that a vet confirmed the animal was infected.

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Why Do You Continue to Eat When You're Full?

The premise that hunger makes food look more appealing is a widely held belief. Prior research studies have suggested that the hunger hormone ghrelin, which your body produces when it’s hungry, might act in your brain to trigger this behavior. New studies suggest that ghrelin might also work in your brain to make you keep […]

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365: Why What We Put on Our Bodies Matters So Much and CBD Science With Jessica Assaf of Prima

I am here today with Jessica Assaf, co-founder and the chief education officer at Prima, a company doing many of the same things in a different industry. She’s been a leading advocate for her safe beauty products and corporate accountability since she was fifteen. Since then she’s graduated from Harvard Business School and become an award-winning […]

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Normal Chest X-ray Doesn't Rule Out COVID-19

Normal chest X-rays of patients presenting at urgent care centers with possible COVID-19 symptoms don’t rule out diagnosis of the infection, new data show

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Anti-racism Resources

As much as we bring positivity and inspiration to your kitchens and how to nourish your body, we must show up for the community — we will stand up, support, listen, learn, and take action for the black community. Compassion, reflection, mindfulness, and being intentional with words and actions are not only part of my […]

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Black Children Hit Especially Hard by COVID-19

Black children appear to be particularly vulnerable to the rare but severe inflammatory syndrome striking kids with COVID-19, research suggests.

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Pill to Prevent Anaphylaxis May Be on the Horizon

Pills used to treat blood cancers may potentially prevent life-threatening allergic reactions, early research hints.

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1 in 15 Parents 'Hesitant' About Child Vaccines

One-quarter of U.S. parents are hesitant about seasonal flu shots for their kids, and roughly 1 in 15 feel the same way about routine childhood vaccinations, a nationwide study finds.

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