The Muscle Is Best For Optimal Vaccination

Last updated: 2023-03-04 06:14


Science reporter Belinda Smith describes the physiological events, of how and why vaccines are conventionally administered in an individual’s upper arm:

“As well as providing a ready pool of dendritic cells, muscle acts as a "deposit", where the vaccine can linger a while and be used over a longer period. This allows for an extended immune system training session, Dr Groom says, which is thought to result in maximal activation of the immune system".

Continuation   ▸   The Muscle Is Best For Optimal Vaccination   Virgilio Marin ABC



Unsaturated Fats Intake Poses Wuhan Virus Disease Risk

The Gastroenterology journal has published a report, that clearly associates high unsaturated fat intake with a heightened risk of developing COVID-19, Dr Joseph Mercola explains in elaborate detail:

“ACE2 receptor that the SARS-CoV-2 virus uses to gain entry into your cells resides on fat cells, and oleic acid — a monounsaturated omega-9 fat found in olive oil — has been shown to cause multisystem organ failure, including acute lung injury.”

Continuation   ▸   Unsaturated Fats Intake Poses COVID-19 Risk   Dr Joseph Mercola Mercola



Empathy Needed For Healthy Connectedness

Dr David Perlmutter describes why empathy is essential to maintain high quality interpersonal relationships:

“In medicine, there’s a cognitive bias called ‘premature closure’. This is a tendency to stop thinking about a differential diagnosis too early. It can lead to unquestioningly accepting an incorrect diagnosis. This concept applies directly to a lack of empathy in considering others’ opinions. When we fail to apply empathy in our interactions with other people, we are far more likely to leave our viewpoints unchanged.”

Continuation   ▸   Empathy Needed For Healthy Connectedness   Dr David Perlmutter David Perlmutter. MD



Gut Microbiome Connected To Fibromyalgia Severity

Canadian medical researchers have published new evidence, linking fibromyalgia to the gut microbiome, Alex Chappell reports:

“We also saw that the severity of a patient’s symptoms was directly correlated with an increased presence or a more pronounced absence of certain bacteria (...) something which has never been reported before, says Dr. Minerbi.”

Continuation   ▸   Gut Microbiome Connected To Fibromyalgia Severity Alex Chappell Healthy Holistic Living


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