Russian expert says cleaning your room and opening windows may be crucial for recovering from Covid-19

It’s easier to recover from Covid-19 when air quality is better and more saturated with oxygen. That’s according to Russian immunologist Vladimir Bolibok, who claimed that giving your bedroom a clean might just stimulate recovery. … Read More >Russian expert says cleaning your room and opening windows may be crucial for recovering from Covid-19

55 Americans Have Died Following mRNA COVID Injections as Norway Death Toll Rises To 29

Amid increasing calls for suspension ofthe use of mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines produced by companies such as Pfizer, especially among elderly people, the situation in Norway has escalated significantly as the Scandi nation has now registered a total of 29 deaths among people over the age of 75 who’ve had their first COVID-19 vaccination shot. … Read More >55 Americans Have Died Following mRNA COVID Injections as Norway Death Toll Rises To 29

Post-COVID Lungs Worse Than ‘Terrible Smoker’s Lungs’, Surgeon Says

Known to be a respiratory desease COVID-19 that primarily affects the lungs by coming into contact with the mucous membranes that line the nose, mouth, and eyes, the coronavirus causes for many a variety of longterm breathing problems, depending on the person’s age and health. … Read More >Post-COVID Lungs Worse Than ‘Terrible Smoker’s Lungs’, Surgeon Says

Dr. Strangelove would surely approve! Russian scientists propose zapping Covid-19 infected cells with RADIATION to end pandemic

It’s not quite nuking the virus but the world’s battle against Covid-19 might go from waves of infection to microwaves, under proposals from Russian and Uzbekistani scientists that could see patients treated with radiation. … Read More >Dr. Strangelove would surely approve! Russian scientists propose zapping Covid-19 infected cells with RADIATION to end pandemic

Lockdown ‘INEFFECTIVE’ against spread of COVID-19, may even increase risk to vulnerable populations, research claims

A Stanford University study claims mandatory stay-at-home orders and business closures have “no clear, significant beneficial effect” on Covid-19 case growth and may even lead to more frequent infections in nursing homes. … Read More >Lockdown ‘INEFFECTIVE’ against spread of COVID-19, may even increase risk to vulnerable populations, research claims

WHO has received 13 Covid vaccine proposals for emergency use, expects to get full data on Russia’s Sputnik V by end of this month

The World Health Organization (WHO) is currently assessing several vaccines to be promoted for emergency use across the world, including those made in Russia and China, one of its most senior officials revealed on Friday . … Read More >WHO has received 13 Covid vaccine proposals for emergency use, expects to get full data on Russia’s Sputnik V by end of this month

‘Life-saving drugs’: Treating critically ill Covid-19 patients with Roche or Sanofi arthritis meds reduces death rate, trial finds

Survival rates for critically ill Covid patients could be significantly improved and the time they spend in intensive care cut by up to 10 days with the use of existing arthritis drugs, clinical trial results showed on Thursday. … Read More >‘Life-saving drugs’: Treating critically ill Covid-19 patients with Roche or Sanofi arthritis meds reduces death rate, trial finds

Researchers warn of brain damage from coronavirus infection after finding stroke-like complications in Covid victims

The coronavirus could cause severe brain damage due to the body’s inflammatory response to infection, new research claims. Recent scans found bleeding in brain regions associated with heart rate, breathing, and sense of smell. … Read More >Researchers warn of brain damage from coronavirus infection after finding stroke-like complications in Covid victims

Russia is developing world’s first Covid-19 antidote, preclinical studies show drug effectiveness of more than 99%

Russia’s Federal Medical and Biological Agency (FMBA) has announced the development of a drug to fight against Covid-19, which would become the world’s first direct-acting antiviral antidote if clinical trials are successful. … Read More >Russia is developing world’s first Covid-19 antidote, preclinical studies show drug effectiveness of more than 99%

Contagious and mutated: What we know about the NEW coronavirus strain – and how much you need to worry

A new and more infectious strain of the Covid-19 coronavirus has spread to more countries around the globe. But what’s different about this new pathogen? And should people be prepping for a total apocalypse yet? … Read More >Contagious and mutated: What we know about the NEW coronavirus strain – and how much you need to worry