Sun Vitamin D Halves Risk of COVID-19

Last updated: 2023-03-04 06:14


A global medical researcher recently published an international clinical study that demonstrated higher levels of vitamin D, provided therapeutic benefits for individuals. The risk of being infected with COVID-19 within this cohort was reduced by fifty percent and infected patients had a lower rate of being admitted into intensive care, Dr Joseph Mercola explains:

“The Israeli analysis for example, found that among individuals who tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 infection, those who had a vitamin D level below 30 ng/mL also had a 1.95 times (crude odds ratio) to 2.09 times (odds ratio after adjustment for demographics and psychiatric and somatic disorders) higher risk of being hospitalized for COVID-19.”

Nature’s Vitamin D Halves Risk of COVID-19 Infection Dr Joseph Mercola Mercola

Honeybee Venom Kills Cancer Cells

The Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research a leading institute in Australia, has published new research that showed a positive therapeutic correlation between the compound in honeybee venom and eradicating breast cancer cells, writes Lucia Fabela:

“The team was able to destroy 100% of the cancer cells. And with minimal effects on normal cells using a specific concentration of honeybee venom. In Dr. Duffy’s words: The venom was extremely potent”.

Honeybee Venom Kills Cancer Cells Lucia Fabela HHL

The Dark Chocolate Can Assist In Preventing Cancer

Charlene Bollinger shares a Harvard Medical School publication of scientific study that provided evidence that consuming dark chocolate can assist in preventi“Several studies have made the link between high levels of antioxidants in cacao and cancer cell growth inhibition. Specific kinds of cancer that have been verified by evidence-based studies include cervical, lung, breast and colon cancer, as well as leukemia”.

The Nutritional Benefits of Dark Chocolate Charlene Bollinger TTAC

Childhood Loneliness Affects Brain Functions

A recent study published in the Nature Neuroscience journal reported findings that evidenced childhood social isolation and loneliness, negatively affected the individual’s brain health and function in adulthood:

“Through stimulation of the specific prefrontal circuit projecting to the thalamic area in adulthood, we were able to rescue the sociability deficits caused by juvenile social isolation."

Childhood Social Isolation Contributes To Adult Brain Function Deficients The Mount Sinai Hospital Science Daily

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