Solving the Covid Mystery

SWPRS | 18 Dec 2021 New insights into coronavirus disease and treatment. Please note: Patients are asked to consult a doctor. What is severe covid, really? In most people, covid is a rather mild or even asymptomatic infection: according to recent studies, about one third of people who test positive never show any symptoms. The overall…

Brazil: The flu is back

SWPRS | 14 Dec 2021 In our recent analysis on The Return of the Flu, SPR noted that, despite very high coronavirus infection rates and the end of the Delta wave in late October, the flu had not yet returned to Latin America. Just two weeks later, Rio de Janeiro confirmed the beginning of a major flu…

Special Report: Two Ivermectin Success Stories

Dr. Joel S. Hirschhorn | 12 Dec 2021 What you learn might save your life Ivermectin has been attacked by pro-vaccine interests despite it being a cheap, safe and proven medicine for COVID treatment and prevention.  Despite a mountain of clinical and test evidence showing that it really works, Big Media, Big Pharma and Big…

Outpatient Treatments for COVID-19 Reviewed

Mercola | 12 Dec 2021 STORY AT-A-GLANCE From the start of the COVID pandemic, doctors were told they could not use any treatment that had not undergone randomized controlled trials. Most all clinical successes have been ignored and vehemently opposed The Frontline COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) was among the first to publish COVID treatment…

Children at vanishingly low risk of hospitalization, severe disease, and mortality due to COVID-19: German study

medRxiv | 30 Nov 2021 Risk of Hospitalization, severe disease, and mortality due to COVID-19 and PIMS-TS in children withSARS-CoV-2 infection in Germany Abstract: Background: Although children and adolescents have a lower burden of SARS-CoV-2-associateddisease as compared to adults, assessing absolute risk among children remains difficult due to a highrate of undetected cases. However, without…