While we have previously reported – and by now it is common knowledge – that Covid-19 usually kills only the very old with virtually no deaths in the 45 and under category and most deaths in the 75 and over category.
Indeed, as Deutsche Bank’s Jim Reid noted when discussing the average age of fatalities from Covid, “it is remarkably consistent around the 80-82 year old mark.” Continue reading
New research suggests that hydroxychloroquine works to reduce the risk of death by 30% in hospitalized patients. Confused? We don’t blame you
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We have been caught in a drug war. This has nothing to do with cartels, turf battles or addictive chemicals. This is a war of words about hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), a really old malaria drug being repurposed to treat the coronavirus. When we first started writing about treatments for COVID-19 in March, we were intrigued by preliminary in vitro (test-tube) data. It appeared to us that hydroxychloroquine works by interfering with viral replication. That was the first hint that this medication might be helpful against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Continue reading
Every so often I get some great educational information from Professor Andrew Hague, the president of the CellSonic Corporation, and manufacturer of the VIPP therapy machine. The CellSonic “Very High-Pressure Pulse” machine erases a multitude of diseases, including prostate and other cancers. Continue reading
Each day, I receive many emails for all of our daily websites “offering” to share links to one of our posts – IF – I would post an article which the sender wants me to believe would benefit our site(s). In 99% of those received – I have never heard of them and in each case – what is really being “pushed” is a column which is full of many built in links for something which THEY have to sell. I typically reject ALL of them… BUT – what you are about to read below – although there is an ad built into that – which I am gladly sharing – I feel that the lessons here are far too great NOT to offer – and because of it – I gladly welcome all that has been provided below.
One must also understand, that I was born and spent much of my early years in farm country back in the 50’s and early 60’s, and learned much from my great grandmother about gardening and canning – you know – ‘putting up‘ for the winter – as we used to say. I used to hop the fence into the land that the Arendorfer family leased from our family in order for their cattle to graze. Oh yeah – I learned at an early age, the art of ‘pooper-scooping‘ (dried stuff) to use for Granny’s compost pile. …and just how do think that the tomatoes came out?
So, what REALLY made me want to post ‘The Ultimate Guide…‘? From time to time I HAVE posted several articles as relates to growing one’s own food – whether it be for guidance and the importance of a full garden – maybe even for the near or long-term unknown that we may be facing in America – or maybe because I believe that teaching our children and grandchildren (as I was taught) how to be self-sufficient. Whatever your reasons are – they are GOOD ones… and hey – you will be able to control what you eat – and keep Monsanto and the rest of the poisonous bad guys out of your “farm” – and that is not such a bad idea. You will learn much about how to grow a vegetable garden – and THAT is the best part of all – you can do it as a family. In addition, the nutritional gain that your family will receive – will be of immense to one’s overall health. Besides – it’s all about taking Back CONTROL of your life, your diet and your overall health!
I will be adding several links within this post (OOPS – I already did – right here in the Foreword), which will allow you to gain a better understanding as to WHY I have gladly chosen to share all that is before you ~ and if you should choose to give the great folks at Simple Grow a call – tell ’em where you read of them – won’t you?
I’ll See you at Sundown ~ after the Harvest is done!
Cancer is a systemic disease with various causes, some of which include a poor diet, toxin exposure, nutrient deficiencies and to some extent genetics. One extremely important way to prevent and/or treat cancer is nutritionally, through eating a nutrient-dense diet and avoiding things that are known to increase cancer risk. Continue reading
About 35 percent of all Americans will have arthritis in their lifetime. It can be a very painful and debilitating disease. Arthritis is mainly caused by four avoidable foods. These are common foods that are eighty percent of the causes of arthritis. The good thing is that arthritis can be conquered with the help of four great remedies.
There are also four helpful tricks to prevent and stop arthritis in its tracks. It is best to start preventing arthritis before it has a chance to invade your joints and body. Continue reading
One should not attack and insult those who have chosen not to wear a mask, as these studies suggest that is the wise choice to make.
With the advent of the so-called COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen a number of medical practices that have little or no scientific support as regards reducing the spread of this infection. One of these measures is the wearing of facial masks, either a surgical-type mask, bandana or N95 respirator mask. When this pandemic began and we knew little about the virus itself or its epidemiologic behavior, it was assumed that it would behave, in terms of spread among communities, like other respiratory viruses. Little has presented itself after intense study of this virus and its behavior to change this perception. Continue reading
According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 140,000 men and women will be diagnosed with some form of colorectal cancer this year. In fact, the most common form of colorectal cancer is colon cancer.
Health professionals often refer to colon cancer as a silent killer. It takes years for the disease to develop and symptoms to manifest. If you are concerned about developing colon cancer, it is essential that you learn to recognize the early symptoms of this frightening disease.
By detecting colon cancer in its early stages, your chances of survival will increase. Continue reading
Colon cancer is defined as tumorous growths that show up on a person’s large intestine. Within the U.S., it is the third most popular type of cancer, and the third highest cause around cancer-related fatalities. However, the silver lining to all this is that thanks to advancements in screening, diagnosis, and treatments, there has been a steady and increasing survival rate amongst this type of cancer.
On-going screenings are encouraged for those who are 50 years old and higher. Continue reading
Colonoscopy is a medical scam
Colonoscopys cause more deaths than they cure and cannot detect cancer
The procedure known as a colonoscopy, as a prophylactic for colon cancer is a multimillion dollar industry. Every year, over 14 million perfectly healthy individuals age 50 and up, submit themselves to this invasive procedure, hoping to detect Colorectal cancer. But is it really effective?
Baking soda not only helps prevent cancer but can be an everyday balancing substance to regulate your pH or electromagnetic energy. The ideal body cells and blood pH should be 7.4. The ideal urine and saliva pH is 6.4. If the pH goes to the acid side, it is flirting with disease and aging.
Two of the best buffering substances for maintaining a neutral pH are baking soda and barley powder. Most people are acidic because of their refined and processed food diet, so having a baking soda drink when your saliva and urine pH is below 6.2 is a great way to raise the body and blood pH. Continue reading
Have a good night rest folks…. ~ Ed.
Simple considerations for the average reader…
Silent signs of lung cancer you need to be aware of
Lung cancer is the leading reason for cancer deaths worldwide among men and women. Smoking actively is one of the most common causes of lung cancer. But it does not leave passive smokers, that is, people who are exposed to it by being near a smoker, in the clear. Continue reading
The Most Common Kind of Bladder Cancer
Non-muscle invasive bladder cancer, also known as NMIBC, is a subtype of bladder carcinoma. It is also known as a “superficial” bladder cancer. In NMIBC, the cancer hasn’t affected any of the muscle tissue found inside the bladder. This contrasts with another subtype, muscle-invasive bladder cancer (MIBC), in which the cancer can be found in the muscular wall of the bladder. Continue reading
Sofrito, a condiment made from onions and garlic, is a staple in Puerto Rican kitchens. Some personalized recipes might feature other healthful herbs and spices like cilantro and peppers, but its most basic ingredients remain the same. It can be consumed as a dip like salsa or used as a foundation for rice dishes. Continue reading