A Common Childhood Vaccine May Help Treat Coronavirus Friday, June 19, 2020 12:30 PM By: Lynn Allison | Newsmax A team of U.S. researchers says that giving people a booster shot of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine may help prevent COVID-19 and perhaps reduce the severity of the disease. The MMR vaccine has … Continue reading A Cure for COVID Right Under Our Noses
James Watkins ] Editor We could. Just like we did in 1941 when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. By then millions of Jews had already been killed. There were concentration camps throughout Europe; there were weird experiments being conducted on people by German doctors, not to mention Russia, which was already a Communist state, was busy … Continue reading Could We Go To War?
James. R Watkins In what is being called a staggering new statistic, a new study delves into the number of COVID-19 related deaths in each State, and where they are occurring. We already know that older people are at much greater risk of dying from Coronavirus; we also know that people with serious underlying health … Continue reading 50% of All Covid-19 Deaths Are in Nursing Homes
Derek Hunter|Posted: Apr 05, 2020 12:01 AM Predicting the future is a tough racket. If people were any good at it, we’d all be multiple lottery winners. Since we aren’t, that’s a pretty good indication that we have the ability to guess what will happen, but possess no clairvoyance. That brings us to today, when … Continue reading Is What We’re Being Told About The Coronavirus Pandemic Wrong?
By MICHELLE R. SMITH and COLLIN BINKLEY PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — When the new coronavirus surfaced at Saint Raphael Academy after a school group returned from a trip to Italy, officials decided to close the Rhode Island Catholic high school for two weeks. Instead of cancelling classes, the school in Pawtucket instituted “virtual days” where … Continue reading As outbreak spreads, schools face dilemma in going online
BY EVA FU The Epoch Times The deadly coronavirus that is morphing into a global threat could have infected five to 10 times more people than Chinese officials have acknowledged, a group of U.S. researchers said. The Feb. 18 study, which has not been peer-reviewed, was co-led by Lucia Dunn, economics professor at Ohio State University, and Mai He, … Continue reading Coronavirus Outbreak 5 to 10 Times Worse Than China Admits: Study
In South Korea, Singapore and Iran, clusters of infections are leading to a jump in cases of the new viral illness outside China. But it’s not the numbers that are worrying experts: It’s that increasingly they can’t trace where the clusters started. World Health Organization officials said China’s crackdown on parts of the country bought … Continue reading Researchers Worried about Stealth Properties of COVID-19
LISTEN TO RECENT PODCASTS Coronavirus and the U.S. homeless. Not a very good combination. It is what horror movie-plots sound like, except this script hasn't been written, even though the writing is on the wall, smeared in covid-19 infected feces. The thought had occurred to me that the real threat of the Corona Virus in … Continue reading COVID-19 AND THE WEST COAST HOMELESS – A PERFECT RECIPE FOR A DISASTER