YouTube, amazingly to this point has NOT banned this video we are presenting. This is a talk given by Dr Ryan Cole in the state of Idaho in the United States. He gives a very thorough rundown about COVID and the treatment methodologies employed – what works, what doesn’t, what is wise, what is stupid […]
A short clip from Sky News of Dr. Aseem Malhotra, introducing his brand new book available now from Amazon – followed by a short podcast we recorded yesterday in Kensington, London. We go through the basics of how the best thing you can do to mitigate severity of viral infection outcomes – is the get … Ep94 – How to address immune function to beat viruses – you can start today! Read More »
David Kroll, pharmacology professor, says that hydroxychloroquine has significant neurological side effects and cardiac effects. He is concerned that patients also were given azithromycin, which has cardiac side effects. He says putting the two drugs together without knowing the effect is unconscionable.
Scientists have for years theorized that the immune system and the brain are more interconnected than previously thought, with findings of recent studies backing this hypothesis. For example, researchers recently discovered there is a physical connection between the immune system and the brain’s blood supply. Now, researchers have recently begun to find out that there may be a more psychological connection.
On December 8, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced a lawsuit against Monsanto over toxic PCB chemicals polluting “every waterway in the state.” It marks the first time a state has ever sued the biotech giant. 
Over the past 16 years, the number of children diagnosed with cancer in the U.K. has shot up 40%, a new study shows; and experts are warning of a cancer “epidemic.”
The reason? Modern life is making people sick.
Polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, have been banned in the United States since 1979, but a new study by researchers at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health shows that up to 14 million students in 26,000 U.S. public schools may still be exposed to the toxic industrial chemicals. [1
The lives of both adults and children with leukemia can be saved with bone marrow or stem cell transplants, but it’s difficult to find a match. Well, a new study shows that (umbilical) cord-blood may work just as well, if not better. 
Lead study author Dr. Filippo Milano says:
“Often, cord-blood transplant is thought to be only as the last resource for patients without donors. But cord blood does not have to be considered only an alternative donor source. In centers with experience, it can yield to great outcomes.”
In a new study, researchers found that repeated treatments with antibiotics increased the risk of Type 1 diabetes in the rodents. 
The finding is harrowing, considering that approximately half of all prescriptions written for antibiotics in the United States are inappropriate and that a recent study found that antibiotics are prescribed to children about twice as often as they should be.