Coronavirus Source Speculation

Coronavirus Source Speculation

And apparently the claim that the virus contains code similar to HIV has been widely dismissed:

Eating mushrooms may dramatically cut risk of cognitive decline

Cooked Mushrooms

Tom: I have 8 varieties of muchrooms in my tops bars and powers, for good reason!

Mushrooms have remarkably high amounts of two potential antiaging antioxidants. In a six-year study, researchers from the National University of Singapore found that seniors who ate just two portions of cooked mushrooms a week were half as likely (than those who ate mushrooms less than once a week) to have mild cognitive impairment (MCI). The association was independent of age, gender, education, cigarette smoking, alcohol consumption, hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, physical activities, and social activities.

Expert warns ‘quarantine process failed’ as China stands ready to crash world economy

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Expert warns ‘quarantine process failed’ as China stands ready to crash world economy

This (and the comments) is an interesting read on the potential economic ramifications and the actions being taken.

One interesting statement, the virus mutates with each person it infects, like the flu does annually only a lot, lot faster. If that is true then a “vaccine” is not even likely to be as effective as the flu vaccine – 10% at best and deadly at worst.

This makes it more important than ever to reduce your intake of sugar, wheat and processed foods and to look at vitamin C, colloidal silver and other effective ways to boost your immune system.

Lyrica, a drug linked to depression and anxiety, now the top pain medication on the PBS

Lucy Pallot

Lucy Pallot had never experienced the lows of depression and anxiety until she started taking pregabalin.

“I would never even think about suicidal thoughts and that was the only thing we can pin it to, is the Lyrica. That’s all,” said Ms Pallot, 25, from Bairnsdale in Victoria’s east.

She was taking what is now the most commonly prescribed subscription medication for pain in Australia, pregabalin, which is sold under the brand name Lyrica.

Doctors issued 4.1 million scripts for the drug last year.

Ms Pallot, along with a growing number of health professionals and other patients, is now questioning whether pregabalin is being incorrectly prescribed to make up for inadequate specialist healthcare in regional Australia.

In 2017, Ms Pallot, who has type one diabetes, was working in a beauty salon in Melbourne when she went to a doctor complaining of restless legs.

“The doctor who prescribed it to me didn’t do any tests. She just said ‘take this, it will help you sleep’,” she said.

“[It was if the doctor said] medicate yourself, and if it gets worse, have more.”

So that is what Ms Pallot did.

She upped her daily dose from 25 milligrams to 250 milligrams, and within eight months she was addicted and critically ill.

She weighed just 49 kilograms, suffered blurred vision, and had the heart rate of an 80-year-old.

“I ended up losing about 35 kilograms in three months and I was put in hospital for about four to five weeks in ICU in Melbourne because I had anorexia,” Ms Pallot said.

“There were times I would be rocking. I was fully, mentally unwell.

“And I had this brain fog where I would try to say something but the words wouldn’t come out.”

Dirt And Water

Dirt And Water

It is a gross mismanagement of our resources that we are not doing a better job of looking after our most precious physical assets.