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Leaked Documents Reveal Coronavirus Infections Up to 52 Times Higher Than Reported Figures in China’s Shandong Province

The novel coronavirus outbreak in eastern China’s Shandong Province is much worse than what has been officially reported, according to a series of internal government documents obtained by The Epoch Times. Each day from Feb. 9 to Feb. 23, Shandong authorities underreported the number of infections, according to internal data compiled by the Shandong Center for Disease Prevention and Control (SCDC). The SCDC kept a tally of the number of people who tested positive for the virus during nucleic acid testing—using a diagnostic kit to test patient samples and detect whether they contain the virus’s genetic sequence. The SCDC’s daily…

CDC’s Dr. Nancy Messonnier says the coronavirus pandemic will spread in the USA, a matter of “when” not “if” … while Trump urges everybody to keep buying (overbought) stocks

When listening to the CDC’s Dr. Nancy Messonnier warn about the coming pandemic outbreaks across America, you no longer have to read between the lines. She’s just flat out saying it now: It’s coming. Get prepared. If you aren’t prepared, you’re a fool. “Now is the time for businesses, hospitals, communities, schools and everyday people to begin preparing,” Dr. Messonnier recently told reporters on a conference call, according to CNBC. “We are asking the American public to work with us to prepare for the expectation that this could be bad.” The Wall Street Journal adds this unambiguous statement that needs…

83 Being Monitored For Coronavirus In Long Island’s Nassau County, 8 Quarantined In Westchester: Live Updates

Summary: CDC reports 6 new cases among repatriated Americans 83 being monitored in Nassau County Norway has confirmed its first case 8 quarantined in Westchester HHS confirms 15th case Iran deaths hit 19 Brazil confirms first case in South America France confirms 2nd death Tokyo pushes back against Tokyo Games cancellation talk Greece confirms first case Germany unleashes fiscal stimulus after confirming new cases Dems one-up Trump with $8.5 billion package. Kuwait, Iraq, Lebanon, Bahrain confirm new cases Finland confirms 2nd case 1st 2 cases reported in Pakistan HHS Secretary tells Congress infectious disease fund has no extra uncommitted cash…

‘Just a question of when’: CDC warns Americans coronavirus may cause ‘SEVERE’ disruption of everyday life

The Spread of COVID-19 coronavirus in the US is not a matter of whether but when, and Americans need to prepare for their lives to be disrupted, a senior official at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned. “It’s not so much a question of if this will happen any more, but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will have severe illness,” Dr. Nancy Messonnier, head of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said during a conference call with reporters on Tuesday. “We are…

Raspberries: A potential treatment for COPD?

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) refers to a group of progressive lung diseases, including common ones like emphysema and chronic bronchitis. According to the American Lung Association, COPD is the third leading cause of death in the US, behind cancer and heart disease. More than 15.3 million Americans have been diagnosed with COPD, and many millions more may be living with it without being aware of it. Unfortunately, there is currently no known cure for COPD, but there are some natural options to ease its symptoms. Antioxidants vs. COPD When a person develops COPD, their inflammatory cytokine levels rise. Oxidants…

Several infants contract herpes during Jewish circumcision ritual

Several infants have contracted herpes in New York in recent months after undergoing a circumcision ritual, the Health Department confirmed. There have been three cases reported since December and four since September 2019, officials said. Before this, the most recent cases of DOS-related neonatal herpes were in 2017. “Protecting the health and wellbeing of infants is always the city’s first priority,” a Health Department spokesman said. “The spread of neonatal herpes through ritual circumcision is a public health risk. To address this risk, we will continue to work with providers and families across our city to keep our youngest New…

Korean Ginseng: 7 Health Benefits From This Powerful Root

Korean ginseng root (Panax ginseng) — also known as Asian ginseng or Chinese ginseng — is a traditional medicinal herb, used by Asian cultures for more than 2,000 years.[1] “I grew up in a Korean household and my mom’s side of the family turns to Chinese medicine daily,” says Eileen Cho, a writer from Paris, France. Her mother makes a soup with ginseng, called samgyetang, to eat during the hottest days of the year, knowing that the spicy root would warm the body, even causing sweat — which actually cools you down on hot days. Cho still takes ginseng in…

5 Forbidden Remedies That Should Be Legal

When it comes to forbidden herbal remedies, you might immediately think of cannabis or other such mind-altering substances. However, there are many plants that are prohibited due to their intoxicating effects, but also their invasive growing habits. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) lists as many as 112 species that it classifies as ‘noxious weeds.’  It is illegal to cultivate these plants as they can seriously damage our local ecosystems. This situation is unfortunate since many of them have powerful medicinal uses. In this article, we discuss the potential benefits of five plants that are banned for various reasons.…

Scientists Use 3D Printer to Develop Real Human Corneas for Blind Patients

The far-reaching implications of 3D printing technology are still yet to be fully realized, especially when it comes to medical applications. 3D printing is not just for tools and household products, but can also be used in the preparation of food, medicines, and prosthetics. Researchers at Newcastle University, in the United Kingdom, published a study last year where they described how their lab used a 3D printer to create the world’s first real human corneas. There is a massive demand for cornea transplants in the medical industry, and a very long waiting list for those requiring surgery. To create the artificial corneas,…

When Should You Take Zinc to Shorten Your Cold?

Although the common cold is generally considered to be a minor condition, it is responsible for most doctors’ office visits each year.1 For some, a cold will last about a week, but for children and the elderly, it can last longer. The common cold can be caused by more than 200 different viruses. The American Lung Association warns that colds are highly contagious and spread easily through droplets of fluid containing the virus. There are several factors that may increase your risk of getting a cold, including the time of the year, your age, your immune system strength and your…

Washington State releases hundreds of people from “public health supervision” over the coronavirus; tests NONE of them for the virus

This tells you everything you need to know about how U.S. states plan to handle the coronavirus outbreak: Refrain from testing anyone and then report “zero community outbreaks.” Last week, the State of Washington was monitoring 794 people for coronavirus symptoms. Yet by Friday of last week, the state had only tested a grand total of 28 people for the virus. Today, the 794 number has fallen to 582, according to the Washington Dept. of Health website. This means over 200 people have been released from “public health supervision,” yet the total number of people tested for the coronavirus in…

Prof. Francis Boyle: 13,000 “death scientists” hard at work destroying humanity with a $100 billion germ warfare “criminal enterprise”

Today we bring you an important article about Prof. Francis Boyle, authored by Sherwood Ross. This article / interview ties together the coronavirus outbreak with the bioweapons program run by the NIH and funded by U.S. taxpayers, mostly without their knowledge. I am currently scheduled to interview Francis Boyle this Wednesday, Feb. 26th, at noon central time, on InfoWars.com. Be sure to tune in to InfoWars to catch that interview (I’m hosting the first half of the show, followed by Alan Keyes who takes over). We are reprinting the article with permission: U.S. Biowarfare Programs Have 13,000 Death Scientists Hard…

Vitamin C Works for Sepsis. Will It Work for Coronavirus?

Story at-a-glance Sepsis is responsible for 1 in 5 deaths worldwide each year, killing 11 million out of 56 million people in 2017 alone. Sepsis is also one of the leading causes for influenza deaths An IV protocol has been shown to dramatically improve chances of survival in septic patients. Giving adult patients 200 mg of thiamine every 12 hours, 1,500 mg of ascorbic acid every six hours, and 50 mg of hydrocortisone every six hours for two days reduced mortality from 40% to 8.5% Recent research has demonstrated the vitamin C-hydrocortisone-thiamine protocol lowers mortality in pediatric patients as well,…

Coronavirus outbreak could cause shortages of 150 drugs: report

A worsening coronavirus outbreak reportedly could threaten shortages of about 150 prescription drugs, several of them with no alternatives. China’s role in supplying the ingredients used in medications means that decreased Chinese production capability amid the outbreaks could threaten supplies of the drugs, which include antibiotics, generics, and branded drugs, two sources familiar with a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) list of at-risk drugs told Axios. The FDA did not directly comment on the list but said it was “keenly aware that the outbreak could impact the medical product supply chain” and is working to identify potential vulnerabilities connected with…

What You Need to Know About the Carnivore Diet

Dr. Paul Saladino trained at the University of Arizona with a focus on integrative medicine. He completed his residency in psychiatry at the University of Washington in 2019, and is a certified functional medicine practitioner through the Institute for Functional Medicine. In this interview, Saladino discusses the surprising benefits of the carnivore diet, which is the topic of his new book, “The Carnivore Code,” which is currently available for preorder. I view him as one of the leading experts on the health benefits of an animal-based diet. Saladino takes it to the extreme, though, advocating a carnivore diet to the exclusion…

Can This Be A Better Alternative To Modern Antibiotics?

We’ve all heard about how ‘superbugs’ are increasingly common as bacteria and parasites evolve resistance to our antibiotics. This escalation in resistant diseases is making our dependence on antibiotics ever less viable. Maintaining an awareness of the burgeoning alternative approaches to healthcare is an essential part of taking responsibility for our own wellbeing. One notable treatment gaining attention for treating several health issues is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), which takes place within a specially constructed hyperbaric chamber.  What is a hyperbaric chamber?  Essentially, a hyperbaric chamber is a pressure vessel in the form of a tube or a small room.…

Meditation Changes the Structure of Your Brain in a Positive Way, Studies Show

For years, scientists have been trying to determine, through the study of neuroscience, if meditation has any effect on our personal health and our environment, going so far as to question if it could potentially lower crime rates. In 2002, scientists from the University of Wisconsin studied six meditative states: visualization, one-pointed concentration, generating compassion, devotion, fearlessness, and the “open state.” The researchers then studied the brains of meditating Buddhist monks using electroencephalogram (EEG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The results were reportedly “breath-taking.” Mind-blowing. When the University of Wisconsin measured the brains of Buddhist monks meditating on compassion, 'the…

Eating leafy greens delays cognitive decline by at least 11 YEARS, finds study

As if there weren’t enough reasons to eat leafy greens, researchers from Rush University in Chicago have added one more. A study published in the peer-reviewed journal Neurology showed that eating green leafy vegetables — such as spinach, broccoli, kale, arugula and Brussels sprouts — can help protect the brain and slow down people’s cognitive decline by 11 years. The study, undertaken by Dr. Martha Claire Morris and her colleagues from the Tufts Human Nutrition Research Center, took a look at 960 participants who had enrolled in the Rush Memory and Aging Project. These participants, who averaged 81 years and were dementia-free at the beginning…

Opening your windows doesn’t help reduce indoor air pollution

Airing out our homes might not be as effective as we think. Chemicals released by cleaning or cooking can stick to walls, furnishings and other surfaces instead of wafting out when we open a window. “It’s quite a surprise,” says Chen Wang at the University of Toronto, Canada. “We thought that when we diluted the volume of the air in the house [these] may just get removed and mix with the outside air.” She and her colleagues studied the persistence of 18 common indoor chemicals inside a mock house. Some of these, such as carboxylic acids, appear to be released…

We Just Got Closer to Producing Painkillers From Rattlesnake Venom

There’s renewed hope that a venom compound from the South American rattlesnake could one day be used to ease chronic pain, after scientists have found a way to reduce its toxicity while boosting the compound’s analgesic properties. Crotoxin, found in the venom of this rattlesnake species (Crotalus durissus ssp. terrificus), is already well known for being an anti-inflammatory painkiller, and a muscle paralyser. But it’s also exceedingly toxic. The new study shows that crotoxin could be made less deadly by packing it in a SBA-15 silica nanostructure. Based on tests on animals, this silica-contained crotoxin could offer some hope for the millions of…

AI Has Uncovered Susprising Potential New Antibiotics to Combat Drug Resistance

Imagine you’re a fossil hunter. You spend months in the heat of Arizona digging up bones only to find that what you’ve uncovered is from a previously discovered dinosaur. That’s how the search for antibiotics has panned out recently. The relatively few antibiotic hunters out there keep finding the same types of antibiotics. With the rapid rise in drug resistance in many pathogens, new antibiotics are desperately needed. It may be only a matter of time before a wound or scratch becomes life-threatening. Yet few new antibiotics have entered the market of late, and even these are just minor variants…

Coronavirus infections EXPLODE in South Korea as spread accelerates across Iran, Lebanon and Israel

Literally overnight, CoVid-19 coronavirus infections doubled in South Korea to 204, representing an alarming explosion of human-to-human transmission outside of China and indicating that China was just the first wave of an accelerating global pandemic. (See Pandemic.news for focused updates, podcasts, videos and science documents.) With the number of non-China infections more than doubling in the last week, we are now seeing exponential growth in infection numbers across Asia, even as China is desperately manipulating its own numbers to try to present an image that it has the coronavirus under control. Notably, China just brought in 40 new mobile incineration…

Most Americans Are Not Taking This Coronavirus Outbreak Seriously, And That Is Potentially Very Dangerous

We still don’t know if this coronavirus outbreak will become a horrific worldwide pandemic or not, but what we have seen so far is definitely very alarming.  People have literally been dropping dead in the streets, the Chinese government has locked down major city after major city, and the virus kept spreading very rapidly on a cruise ship off the coast of Japan even though a strict quarantine was instituted.  Scientists that have studied the virus are telling us that it “could be 20 times more lethal than the flu”, and it binds to human cell receptors much more easily…

Compared To SARS, This New Coronavirus “Is Up To 20 Times More Likely To Bind To Human Cell Receptors”

The more scientists study this new coronavirus, the more alarming it becomes.  When this outbreak first emerged, officials told us that it was very unlikely that it could be transmitted from human to human.  When that was shown to be obviously wrong, officials started claiming that human to human transmission would be “limited” like we saw during the SARS epidemic.  Of course that was completely wrong too, and now we know that this new coronavirus actually spreads like wildfire among human populations, and that is because it is much different from the SARS virus.  In fact, brand new research conducted…

Watch a Violinist Play While Surgeons Remove Tumour From Her Brain

A violinist helped surgeons avoid damage to her brain during surgery to remove a tumour by playing her instrument, the UK hospital where she underwent the innovative procedure said. Surgeons came up with the novel approach to ensure that areas of Dagmar Turner’s brain responsible for intricate hand movements were not affected during the precision procedure. Turner, a 53-year-old musician with the Isle of Wight Symphony Orchestra in southern England, was diagnosed in 2013 with a slow-growing tumour after suffering a seizure during a concert. She eventually sought surgery. Professor Keyoumars Ashkan, consultant neurosurgeon at King’s College Hospital in south London,…

Can This Be A Better Alternative To Modern Antibiotics?

We’ve all heard about how ‘superbugs’ are increasingly common as bacteria and parasites evolve resistance to our antibiotics. This escalation in resistant diseases is making our dependence on antibiotics ever less viable. Maintaining an awareness of the burgeoning alternative approaches to healthcare is an essential part of taking responsibility for our own wellbeing. One notable treatment gaining attention for treating several health issues is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), which takes place within a specially constructed hyperbaric chamber.  What is a hyperbaric chamber?  Essentially, a hyperbaric chamber is a pressure vessel in the form of a tube or a small room.…

New Study Shows How Eating a Western Diet Impairs Brain Function and Leads to Overeating

Could it be that our Western-style diet laden with saturated fats, added sugars, and processed grains could actually impair our brain functions while weighing us down with a tendency to continuously over-indulge? According to researchers, this is very much the case. Gluttonous diets in the West could transform otherwise healthy and slim young people into mildly scatter-brained overeaters. The new study, published in the journal Royal Society Open Science, is among the first studies looking into how the Western diet impairs memory and appetite control in humans. The results of the research are shocking and show how high-fat, high-sugar diets caused volunteers…

How to Use Herbs and Make Your Own Cold Medicines at Home

When it comes to dealing with colds and the flu, most of us treat the symptoms and try to get through it. I’ve been reflecting on this a lot lately because of the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (nCoV). We have many herbal remedies that apply to the cold and flu and this virus, but most people don’t know or don’t use them. And most of the useful commercial treatments have disappeared from the store shelves. For example, I used excellent echinacea and zinc throat lozenges that worked like a charm. I can’t find them anymore. I can buy echinacea…

Coronavirus Deaths Outside China Surge Overnight As South Korean City Faces “Unprecedented Crisis”

Hours after Japanese press reports claimed that two passengers who contracted COVID-19 aboard the ‘Diamond Princess’ died yesterday – news that was later confirmed by Japanese authorities – South Korea reported its first fatality while one of its major cities asked citizens to stay inside and avoid venturing outdoors, according to the Washington Post. According to Japanese government officials, both of the virus-related fatalities were Japanese citizens in their 80s who had been moved off the ship more than a week ago for treatment in a Japanese hospital. The latest reports Thursday morning confirmed another 13 cases aboard the DP…

211.6 Million Gallons of Sewage Spilled Into Florida Town’s Waterways

According to officials, around 212 million gallons of sewage has spilled into Fort Lauderdale’s waterways over the last few months. That’s enough sewage to fill a shocking 320 Olympic-sized swimming pools. During December 2019, the south Florida city’s sewer pipes broke six times resulting in the spilling of 126.9 million gallons of sewage. It was one of south Florida’s biggest spills to date. In the end, the Tarpon River, the Himmarshee Canal, and the streets in three different neighborhoods were affected: Rio Vista, Victoria Park, and Coral Ridge. And then from January 30 until February 8, 79.3 million gallons of…

How Aluminum Damages Your Brain

For years, I’ve warned that aluminum is a serious neurotoxic hazard involved in rising rates of autism and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). I’ve also warned that vaccines are a significant source of such exposure, and may be one of the worst, since by injecting it, the aluminum bypasses your body’s natural filtering and detoxification systems. My comments above were one of the reasons the self-appointed global arbiter of fake news, NewsGuard, refused to give us “green” status as a site that follows “basic standards of accuracy and accountability.” In other words, our reporting of aluminum hazards was deemed “fake news.” Not…

HIDING THE OUTBREAK: Florida conceals number of people tested for coronavirus, then stupidly lies about the reason why

In addition to the State of Washington now admitting to testing just 25 people for coronavirus while refusing to test 712 people who are high-risk possible carriers, the State of Florida is now concealing all testing numbers from the public, then lying about the reason why. We have now entered the phase of pandemic secrecy where state governments are deliberately concealing the number of tests and infections in order to “pull a China” and pretend that coronavirus outbreaks aren’t happening in the United States. It is the clearest evidence yet that coronavirus outbreaks are happening in America and are being…

UK: Hospitals to Deny Care to “Racist” or “Homophobic” Patients

Patients deemed to be “racist” or “homophobic” will be denied care in NHS Trust hospitals under new rules set to take effect in April. “Currently, staff can refuse to treat non-critical patients who are verbally aggressive or physically violent towards them,” reports Sky News. “But these protections will extend to any harassment, bullying or discrimination, including homophobic, sexist or racist remarks.” Police will also be given new powers to prosecute “hate crimes” committed against NHS staff. What is determined to be “racist” or “homophobic” is anyone’s guess, since many elderly patients will be totally unfamiliar with modern politically correct speech…

The 7 Best Vitamins for Healthy & Glowing Skin

If you want healthy skin — and who doesn’t — you want to ensure you get the right combination of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. With so many out there, how do you know what specific vitamins promote skin health? Whether you have adult acne, wrinkles, dry skin, slow-healing wounds, or other skin concerns, nature makes it easy for you. Hundreds of plants contain vitamins that boost skin health, keeping your skin moisturized, elastic, and having a smooth complexion. Vitamins are vital for healthy skin and its function. With the right ones, we can stave off nearly every aspect of unhealthy…

New Evidence Links Migraines to a Hyper-Excitable Visual Brain

The effects of migraines are well known, but the causes are less clear. Now scientists think they may have found a link between the neurological condition and a part of the brain called the visual cortex. It’s the bit of the brain that handles visual information as it comes in, and based on a study of 60 volunteers, an over-excitable visual cortex could have some relationship with the risk of migraines. In the study, in the 29 volunteers who suffer from migraines (migraineurs), the visual cortex was found to be more excitable and more responsive in a series of tests.…

Senator Cotton: China Refusing to Hand Over Evidence About Wuhan BioLab

Senator Tom Cotton says that China is refusing to hand over evidence concerning the bio-safety level 4 research lab in Wuhan despite a new report from biological scientists at the South China University of Technology saying it may have been the source of the coronavirus outbreak. During an appearance on Fox News, Cotton told Maria Bartiromo that new evidence confirmed the source of the virus was not the meat market in Wuhan. “Here is what we do know. This virus did not originate in the Wuhan animal market,” said Cotton. “Epidemiologists who are widely respected from China published a study…