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Coronavirus is giving Americans sleepless nights

April 26, 2020 -

Outbreak anxiety keeping people up at night

The survey included Americans between 18 to 65 years. Of the respondents, 56 percent were women and 43 percent were men.

When asked why the coronavirus outbreak was keeping them up at night, 48 percent blamed it on anxiety. Worry about the safety of loved ones was a distant second at 26 percent, followed by 23 percent who blamed their sleeplessness on loneliness and another 23 percent who said they had an inconsistent ...

Coronavirus booster shots: Boosting immunity or profits?

August 06, 2021 - coronavirus booster shots, with no end in sight.)However, scientists have questioned the need for these booster shots

Many scientists have stood up against the idea of booster shots on the general population, citing lack of data. Back in June 2021, scientists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said while the general population may not need booster shots for the meantime, more vulnerable groups such as elderly people of organ transplant recipients ...

Coronavirus injections are an extinction-level event

May 06, 2021 -

Complicit in this conspiracy are bioterrorists from the government, large corporations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), secret societies and terrorist organizations such as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), all of which are working in cahoots to kill as many people as possible with deadly "vaccines" and other fake medical interventions.

Going beyond the Chinese origins of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) itself, of more pressing concern are the ...

Coronavirus shutdowns causing food prices to soar

April 28, 2021 - coronavirus pandemic," reports Bloomberg.

"They help fuel food inflation, bringing more pain for families that are already grappling with financial pressure from the loss of jobs or incomes."

United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FA) senior economist Abdolreza Abbassian revealed in an interview that a "bullish force" is behind these price increases, which are occurring internationally.

"The indications are that there is very little reason ...

Coronavirus masks are killing people, dentists warn

March 08, 2021 - coronavirus (Covid-19), of course, but do not be fooled: masks are the culprit.

"Patients are coming into us like, 'Wow, my breath smells, I need a cleaning.' [But] when you smell the bad breath, you either already have periodontal disease or you have a lot of bacteria that's sitting on your tongue because of dry mouth," Sclafani further explains.

Sclafani encourages his patients to breathe through the nose whenever possible, but this is difficult for many ...

Coronavirus threatens the entire nervous system – study

June 13, 2020 -

In the study, published in Annals of Neurology, researchers from Northwestern Medicine noted that about half of hospitalized COVID-19 patients had neurological manifestations of the disease. These included dizziness, headache, muscle pain, decreased alertness, difficulty concentrating, disorders of smell and taste, seizures and stroke.

“It's important for the general public and physicians to be aware of this, because a SARS-CoV-2 infection may present with neurologic symptoms ...

Coronavirus lockdowns worsen childhood obesity, studies say

June 06, 2020 -

U.S. researchers have found that obese children in Italy participated in less physical activity while eating more junk food and watching more TV while social distancing measures to stop COVID-19 were in place. The lockdowns also disrupted sleep activity, allowing these children to sleep longer than when they had to go to school.

In addition, obese children who usually engaged in weight control programs at school have had their schedules disrupted, something the researchers ...

Coronavirus outbreak strikes Massachusetts veterans’ nursing home

May 01, 2020 -

An investigation by federal officials is now underway into whether the residents there were given proper medical care, and legal action is a possibility in this case.

So far, 68 residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died there, while the coronavirus status of another resident who recently died at the facility is unknown. A further 82 residents have tested positive, along with 81 employees. According to the Boston Globe, new deaths are reported from the ...

Coronavirus leaves recovered patients with SCARRED lungs

April 29, 2020 - coronavirus causing scarring in the lungs isn't new. Respiratory illnesses caused by coronaviruses such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) have also been found to cause lung scarring.

However, initial lung images from SARS and MERS patients show that these typically only cause damage to one lung. In contrast, a study conducted by researchers from the Huazhong University of Science and Technology found that ...

Coronavirus is now being found in biosludge

April 14, 2020 -

A biotechnology startup firm known as Biobot Analytics reportedly collected samples from the facility, which is located near an unnamed metropolitan area of Massachusetts, and tested them back in March. They found evidence of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), and reported their findings in a study published in the journal medRxiv.

Though the study has yet to be peer reviewed, Eric Alm, one of its authors, emphasized that the public is not at risk of contracting ...

Coronavirus keeps coming back even after “recovery”

April 13, 2020 -

The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) issued a statement following a formal investigation revealing that dozens of patients who were believed to have been "cured" either still have the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) inside their bodies, or are catching it a second time because it's still showing up in tests.

"While we are putting more weight on reactivation as the possible cause, we are conducting a comprehensive study on this," said KCDC Director-General ...

Coronavirus infections leap higher in Hong Kong

February 12, 2020 -

According to Hong Kong's Centre for Health Protection (CHP), one of these new seven cases is part of the same family that all contracted coronavirus while sharing a hotpot meal during the Chinese Lunar New Year celebration. Three of the new cases are also connected to Hong Mei House in Tsing Yi's Cheung Hong Estate, where social welfare staff were evacuated after exhibiting flu-like symptoms.

Dr. Chuang Shuk-kwan, head of CHP, told the media that this latest ...

Coronavirus ignored to protect stock market rally

February 10, 2020 - coronavirus can spread puts all Americans at future risk.

The President has even gone so far as to praise China's leader Friday morning in a tweet. This seems to conflict with reports that Washington is especially frustrated with Beijing over the crisis. For the last month, the CDC has been offering to send a team of experts to help China combat the outbreak but the Chinese have refused to accept the help. The President's tweet can be seen below;

Donald ...

Coronavirus pandemic creates 9 new Big Pharma billionaires

May 31, 2021 -

Campaigners from the People's Vaccine Alliance, whose members include Global Justice Now, Oxfam and UNAIDS, have analyzed Forbes Rich List data to highlight the massive wealth being generated for a handful of people from vaccines which were largely publicly funded.

Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel topped the list and is now worth $4.3 billion after his company became the second to be granted emergency use authorization in the U.S. for its COVID-19 vaccine in December last year....

Coronavirus masks and gloves polluting oceans and beaches

June 10, 2020 - coronavirus.

“It’s the promise of pollution to come if nothing is done,” said Peltier.Disposed PPEs are an “ecological timebomb”

In an effort to stall the virus’s spread, health authorities around the world have begun stocking up on masks and other forms of PPE. France, for one, recently ordered 2 billion disposable masks. The disposable nature of this equipment, combined with the fact that most are not biodegradable, has caused some to warn that their improper ...

Coronavirus prepping: Water storage tips for lockdown scenarios

May 04, 2020 - coronavirus outbreak.)

Multi-gallon jugs

Multi-gallon water jugs are cheaper than bottled water, but they're bulkier and harder to stack.

Because most gallon jugs are made of clear plastic, you will have to deal with algae growth when storing supplies long-term.

Bathtub containers

Water containment systems like the WaterBOB are also popular with preppers and survivalists. A WaterBob is a bathtub-sized food-grade plastic container that fills ...

Coronavirus spreads through breathing and even just talking

April 05, 2020 -

Speaking to CNN about the subject, Dr. Harvey Fineberg, the current chairman of a committee within the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) and former dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, explained how he believes that the virus is transmissible through basically just existing as a normal human being.

"While the current [coronavirus] specific research is limited, the results of available studies are consistent with aerosolization of virus from normal breathing," ...

Coronavirus HOTSPOT? New York cases now exceed 8,000

March 21, 2020 -

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made the announcement during a press conference Friday.

According to Cuomo, 5,683 of the confirmed cases are from New York City, and that 38 of the state’s cases have been confirmed to have died.

The rising number of cases is attributed to an increase in testing, with the governor pegging the total number of coronavirus tests performed in the state at 32,427 as of press time.

According to state health authorities, the ...

Coronavirus a “perfect KILLING machine” for the elderly

March 14, 2020 -

The deaths were all confirmed to have been caused by COVID-19, a disease caused by a new coronavirus which, after originating from Wuhan in China, has since infected other parts of the world.

“The grim reality is that, for the elderly, COVID-19 is almost a perfect killing machine,” Parkinson said, adding that Americans who have relatives and friends in nursing homes or other long-term care facilities must stop visiting their relatives and friends in nursing homes ...

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