COVID-19, ACE2, Nicotinic Receptors And The Cholinergic Anti-Inflammatory And Cognitive-Improving Pathway

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Graphic representation of COVID-19 binding to the ACE2 receptor on human cells via its spike protein (red)

I’ve been reading case reports of heart damage in people infected with COVID-19. In fact, someone in my close circle had an episode of fulminant myopericarditis and a strange lung pathology last December, from which he miraculously recovered. I deem SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes ...

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First, Do No Harm: If Primary Healthcare Remains Shut Down, Toll on Elderly Will be Worse Than COVID-19

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I’m a doctor ‘on the front-line’ in the ‘war against COVID-19’. Yes, we have a huge problem, but it is not necessarily the virus itself. The real problem is hidden in plain sight. Let’s see if we can begin to discern it.

Lockdown Time

This is how doctors, nurses and other medical staff and administrators are handling this crisis.

They have set up “contaminated” respiratory circuits at clinics and
hospitals, which are separated from ...

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Breathe! Don’t Succumb to the Pathological Hysteria from the Coronavirus Madness

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I practice Family Medicine in Europe and as everybody knows by now, we’re in the midst of Coronavirus madnessTM which we are told is now an official global pandemic. It’s true that we’re living through a critical, decisive and increasingly divisive era, but the real issue is something other than what the media and politicians would have us believe.

Let’s review our society’s problems for some much needed perspective.

Very Dark Statistics, Indeed

Regardless of how many people on the planet are ...

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Intravenous DMSO – Unsurpassable Results in Clinical Practice

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There has been some pretty fascinating studies published during the last decade which illustrate the miraculous effects of DMSO in a population that otherwise had no hope, namely cancer patients in palliative care.

For instance, intravenous DMSO was used to relieve pain in advanced biliary cancer and not only did it achieved that, but regression of major signs and symptoms including liver damage and enlarged ...

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The Age of Metabolic Syndrome – Inflammatory Fat Is Worse Than Obesity

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A global survey in 2016 said the ratio of obese adults had more than doubled in the 40 years since 1975. Of about five billion adults alive in 2014, 641 million were obese. Despite efforts from government agencies and the population at large, the upwards trend seem set to continue.

According to research presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Vienna on May 23rd 2018, 22 percent of people in ...

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A Pre-agricultural Diet Promises More Than Immunomodulators in Multiple Sclerosis and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases

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Multiple sclerosis is a demyelinating autoimmune neurodegenerative disease of the central nervous system that affects the brain and spinal cord. Autoimmune means that defenses in the body that normally protect us from infections get confused, attacking the person’s own tissues. According to Dr. Ricardo Buzó and Dr. Jorge Correale, experts in this disease, “myelin is the object of attack in multiple sclerosis, which is like the rubber coating of a cable. In this analogy the rubber ...

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Amazing Health Journey: Interview with Mikhaila Peterson at SOTT Radio Network

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My friend Doug and I had the chance to interview Mikhaila Peterson for the ‘Health and Wellness’ show on the SOTT Radio Network. It was among the most outstanding stories I ever heard! Very inspiring!

Mikhaila Peterson is daughter of Psychologist Jordan Peterson, and she shared with us her truly amazing recovery from serious health issues. Since she was a very young girl, Mikhaila was plagued by rheumatoid arthritis, severe depression and chronic fatigue among other ...

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Statin Drugs – The Real Reason Official Guidelines Still Demonize Fats Despite the Evidence?

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Nina Teicholz, investigative journalist and author of the International bestseller The Big Fat Surprise, wrote an article for the BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) in September 2015, which makes the case for the inadequacy of the scientific advice that underpins the Dietary Guidelines (Teicholz, 2015). The title of the article was “The scientific report guiding the U.S. dietary guidelines: is it scientific?” Ian Leslie writing for The Guardian reports that the response of the nutrition establishment was ferocious: 173 ...

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Omega-3s and the Brain: Fish Intake Linked to Higher IQ and Better Sleep

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According to a new study from the University of Pennsylvania, published this week in Scientific Reports, children who eat fish at least once a week sleep better and have IQ scores that are 4.8 points higher, on average, than those who consume fish less frequently or not at all.

Previous studies showed a ...

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The health program for Alzheimer’s disease that mainstream treatment fails to surpass

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According to the World Health Organization, the total number of people with dementia worldwide in 2015 is estimated at 47.5 million. The total number of new cases of dementia each year worldwide is nearly 7.7 million, implying 1 new case every 4 seconds. The number of people with dementia is expected to increase to 75.6 million in 2030 and 135.5 million in 2050. These figures are almost twice the rate of projected population growth over that ...

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