What is happening with a new virus being reported in #China called the #hantavirus? Mulitple countries in #Europe report that #Chinese test kits fail and more on what is going on! Plus, Violent clashes reported in China's #Hubei province. #Wuhan, the original epicenter of the #CCPvirus, is located in Hubei.
Chinese doctors sounding the alarm on the coronavirus say the illness could be even deadlier for patients who catch it again, according to a report. The whistle-blowing physicians working to fight the virus in Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, revealed that medically cleared patients have been getting re-infected, the Taiwan News reported. “It’s highly possible to get infected a second time,” one of the doctors, who declined to be identified, told the outlet. The physician said that medication used to treat the virus can have negative side effects on patients’ heart tissue, making them more susceptible to cardiac arrest.
This week Q brings an amazing story of yet another person, harmed by seemingly unknown sources. She is told by doctors that surgery is the answer, yet she decides that understanding the cause is more important than simply dealing with the effect. She investigates and takes natural and simple steps to avoid the toxic land mines in our environment. How many times have we been told that vinegar is amazing? A thousand! But wait till you hear it from the Classical Chinese Medicine perspective.
The Internet today is filled with countless bits of nutritional advice that claim to help you improve your health. Too often, people find it difficult to distinguish between true and false information. This can often end up causing harm when people implement dietary and lifestyle changes based on bad advice. Knowledge about the nutritional myths trending online can help avoid such “unhealthy” mistakes.
In 2005, T. Colin Campbell, an American biochemist, published a book, The China Study. The book contains results from 20 years of nutrition research Campbell had conducted in China. Unlike other health research reports, The China Study was not published after observing a small group of people. Instead, the study covered 6,500 adults in 65 counties. Almost 367 variables were included.
A farmers’ market is where farmers sell their homegrown produce, live animals and plants, and sometimes prepared food or beverages. By allowing wholesalers into farmers’ markets, it gives more competition to small local farmers in the state. Wholesalers already sell produce and other foods in supermarkets, which isn’t what people who go to their local farmers’ market want.
Its time to hear from our health vanguard Quentin Vaughan! Every week Q is looking for all the updated, interesting and critical information that we as families need to keep abreast of. In this episode we take a closer look at some of "The Balance In Fitness" Facebook posts. All the information and inspiration needed to abandon processed and mass produced foods and chemicals, and why.
You know, one of the main things that we've understood in this modern day is that from around about 200 years ago, we really started to go wrong. Our scientists started to look in very odd and awkward directions for their understanding of life, and when that perpetuates for a couple of hundred years, you can bet that by this time things are pretty messy.
Interview with Jenna Wessel on how she discovered what was happening to her daughter Bailey who was suffering from multiple unknown illnesses. Her journey of finding a cure for her and discovering her daughter was suffering from Candida. Why your diet is so important and how to understand autoimmune diseases.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams issued an advisory urging state and local agencies to take measures to curb what he calls, “an epidemic of youth e-cigarette use,” The findings from a government-funded research survey, showed that among American high school students the use of combustible tobacco cigarettes remains at an all-time low. However, the use of vaped nicotine or e-cigarettes has nearly doubled in one year.