The saying “leave no stone unturned” is extremely important at times like this. Wearing masks and gloves, washing our hands, not touching our face and using sanitizers seem to be the main focus among the experts. A gap in the conversation is what we can effectively do to care of our immune system. One of my popular sayings during times like these is sick people get sick. While this may be offensive to some, there is quite a deal of truth to it. If you have a healthy and properly functioning immune system, your body will fend off some of the most ferocious infections.
Having said this, there are many things we can do to help support the body’s fight against any type of infection viral or bacterial. Simple things like avoiding sugar, get proper amounts of sleep, exercise , eating healthy, maintaining a healthy weight, using dietary supplements and maintaining a healthy vitamin D level all play a role in having a healthy immune system. Of all of these, maintaining a health vitamin D level may be the easiest place to start.
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Results just in from a hospital trial in Spain showed vitamin D to produce phenomenal results in preventing the progression of COVID-19.
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THINK INSTANT AND DISTANT
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VITAMIN D, Pregnancy, and COVID-19
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A mother’s vitamin D levels during pregnancy have been linked to the child’s IQ, with higher vitamin D levels correlating to a higher IQ in children ages 4 to 6 years old. Vitamin D could therefore promote brain development in the womb, but causation cannot yet be assumed here.
IMPROVING Your Health with a Plant-Based NUTRITION PLAN
As the plant-based trend continues to bring healthy alternatives to restaurants and grocery aisles, millions of Americans are opting for a nutrition plan that centers on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, beans, and legumes.
HOW THE FIRST COVID-19 CHRISTMAS
Will Be Different
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As we officially enter into the holiday season, anxiety hangs in the air, with so many worries.
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14 Steps To Heal Yourself
“All through my life, any time I needed healing, my father would encourage me to create an energy ball between my hands,” says Diana. “He directed me to work on it for some time, to spin it around and feel it, just as if it were something visible. This is the foundational practice to for healing he taught me. You create a spinning vortex of energy that becomes increasingly dense. As I’ve used this technique over time, I have added to it in ways that seem to amplify the healing energy. I encourage you to read through the entire process once before beginning to use it. Then return to Step 1 and begin your healing session to bring this vital energy to your body for healing.”
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Coronavirus - Catch The Facts
Knowledge is your first step in staying safe in the crisis.
Immune-Mediated Myositis: A Genetic Reason For Emaciation In Horses
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MANAGEMENT OF CO-INFECTION OF COVID-19 WITH OTHER SEASONAL EPIDEMIC PRONE DISEASES
Almost all States/UTs of the country are affected by COVID-19. Given the seasonal pattern of epidemic-prone diseases observed every year in our country, it diseases like Dengue, Malaria, Seasonal Influenza, Leptospirosis, Chikungunya, Enteric fever, etc. can not only present as a diagnostic dilemma but may co-exist in COVID cases.
WHO issues alerts on falsified medical products
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued an alert for medical product related to three different batches of confirmed falsified Fluzone Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine identified in Mexico and reported to WHO.
STOP THE NEXT SURGE
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BILLIONAIRES FOR GOOD
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Developmental challenges and some solutions for the Front Runner Covid-19 Vaccines
The emergence of SARS-COVID -19 pandemic has propelled Tthe biotech industry to accelerate the development of several biological modalities.
El semáforo naranja en la capital “va para largo”
Los efectos del covid-19 en la Ciudad de México dejaron atrás cualquier optimismo y el semáforo epidemiológico naranja podría mantenerse hasta diciembre, dice en entrevista la secretaria de Salud de la capital, Oliva López Arellano. De hecho, no descarta eventuales rebrotes de la pandemia y advierte de su conjunción con una epidemia de influenza. Aunque reconoce que “la realidad nos rebasó”, la funcionaria considera que tampoco se cumplió el escenario catastrófico: enfermos en camillas afuera de los hospitales, como ocurrió en España y Nueva York.
Anti-viral fabrics to tackle COVID-19
Antibacterial treatment of clothing was already relatively widespread before the Covid-19 outbreak, marketed as a way consumers could critically reduce the frequency of washing their clothes but the pandemic has hastened demand for its protective qualities.