COVID-19 Fatality Rate “Worst Miscalculation” in Human History

Ronald B. Brown, Ph.D., from the School of Public health and Health Systems at the University of Waterloo, Canada, recently stated that the COVID-19 fatality rate is the “worst miscalculation in the history of humanity.” Brown is currently completing his second doctorate degree this time in epidemiology at the University of Waterloo.

Not long ago, Brown published a paper in Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, titled “Public health lessons learned from biases in coronavirus mortality overestimation.” Continue reading

U.S. Has, by Far, the World’s Most-Overpriced Medical Care

The medical journal, The Lancet, is one of the world’s Big Three scientific journals of medicine; that’s the triumvirate of authorities for physicians worldwide, and the other two are the Journal of the American Medical Association, and the New England Journal of Medicine. On August 27th The Lancet published “Measuring universal health coverage based on an index of effective coverage of health services in 204 countries and territories”. Here is the visual that’s in it, which shows the United States as having, by far, the world’s costliest medical care, at around $9,000 per person per year, and yet as having lower quality of health care than virtually all other industrialized nations do: Continue reading

How the Coronavirus Attacks the Brain

It’s not just the lungs — the pathogen may enter brain cells, causing symptoms like delirium and confusion, scientists reported.

Brain scans of coronavirus patients from a study published in July. Some develop serious neurological complications, including nerve damage, scientists have found.Credit…Ross W. Paterson, Rachel L. Brown, et al./Brain, Oxford University Press

The coronavirus targets the lungs foremost, but also the kidneys, liver and blood vessels. Still, about half of patients report neurological symptoms, including headaches, confusion and delirium, suggesting the virus may also attack the brain. Continue reading

The Confessions of a Modern Medical Doctor

We are seeing a slow movement forming against some of the methods used by the so called modern Medical establishment within the medical community itself. An education towards other methods outside the mainstream, as information becomes more available and we look beyond what is perceived as the accepted wisdom of the medical world. I am just one of this movement. Allow me to introduce you to a new stance on what it means to be a modern doctor.

I am a qualified Medical Doctor and Holistic Practitioner and in my view conventional medicine can learn much from the complimentary world and vice versa. The future of the health industry depends on combining the best results of the modern and alternative world together under one roof.

Combining modern medicine with the the best in alternative practices would expose the quackery and the greed on both sides of the medical coin. For, yes, we see this all the time, there are faults on both sides. Continue reading

Big Pharma, Government, and The Media Are Blocking Coronavirus Treatments. Why?

A lot is riding on the psychological terror meme of an out-of-control “novel” killer virus that is supposedly killing millions, perhaps tens of millions across the globe. All day, every day the media pumps out constant Covid hysteria and have managed to totally terrorize a large segment of society. They’ve done such a good job that many believe every personal encounter with another human could be potentially lethal! Continue reading

The Unknown, Unseen, Severe Cause of Many Chronic Diseases, Arthritis, and Cancer

If a person were to research disease they would find that over 35 percent of Americans are infested with chronic debilitating candidiasis. Most of the time they do not feel it or feel any symptoms. They do not realize that candida albicans fungus infestation is the cause of more chronic diseases that any other parasite or cause of disease in the body. Continue reading

Russian government recommended banning Wi-Fi and cell phones in primary schools

On July 17th, 2020, the Russian Ministry of Health published recommendations to schools to ban the use of Wi-Fi and cell phones in elementary schools. The Medical Department of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, prepared the recommendations together with the Russian Ministry of Health. Continue reading

Doctors lay out plan to ‘punish’ people who refuse coronavirus vaccine: ‘There is no alternative

Simply put, getting vaccinated is going to be our patriotic duty,’ and America should consider making it difficult for the unvaccinated to participate in society, three doctors wrote.

A coronavirus vaccine should be mandatory, and tax penalties, higher insurance premiums, and denial of many government and private services ought to be considered for those refusing the shot, two doctors and an attorney argued in USA Today (recently). Continue reading

Why Enzymes Should be on Your Daily Supplement List

Gastric Acid

Enzymes are the catalysts that help digest all foods in a person’s body. the enzymes systems digest not only the food that a person eats, but do many other important functions, including digesting protein particles and food debris in your circulatory system. They are also very important in controlling your weight, health, and longevity.

Enzymes are proteins that catalyze over 5,000 different foods, other particles, plus doing many other biochemical reactions. Most of them convert food and substances that break down into specific forms of energy used in body functions. Continue reading

Buying cigarettes from your hospital bed, c. 1950’s


As crazy and counter-productive as this seems, it is true that hospital patients could buy packs of cigarettes from their hospital beds. They could even smoke them in their hospital rooms! Before the surgeon general’s warning linking tobacco smoking to cancer, heart disease, and a host of other ailments, the medical field didn’t regard smoking as a threat to health. On the contrary, they noted that smoking helps to calm a stressed person and curbs appetites, so they considered cigarette smoking to be a good thing.