U.S. emergency rooms are seeing about half as many heart attack patients as usual — and researchers suspect the new coronavirus is the reason why.
Don Dizon borrows a metaphor from cancer care to better understand how COVID-19 will continue affecting both his personal and professional life.
White-collar employees heading back to the office after months of sheltering at home are likely to find a drastically changed workplace in the wake of COVID-19, experts say.
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Children are missing regular vaccinations as their parents worry more about exposing them to the coronavirus at doctors’ offices.
The 26-minute documentary “Plandemic,” part 1, by Mikki Willis, features Judy Mikovits, Ph.D., a cellular and molecular biologist1 whose research showed that many vaccines are contaminated with gammaretroviruses, thanks to the fact that they use viruses grown in contaminated animal cell lines. Mikovits suspects COVID-19 may in fact be a type of vaccine-derived or vaccine-induced […]
Coronaviruses are a common infection in people and animals. To date, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention believes the main mode of transmission for SARS-CoV-2 is from person to person, specifically through respiratory droplets.1 These are most often produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. However, the virus may also be aerosolized when […]
Despite years of laboratory research, animal studies, human trials and evaluation of evidence, vaccines have unanticipated negative health effects. The Health Resources and Services Administration reports1 “The United States has the safest, most effective vaccine supply in history.” Yet, in 10 years of reporting to the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, 5,564 cases for injury […]