The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has certainly impacted all of our lives. It is all over the news. Recommendations on what to do seem to fluctuate weekly. The mainstream media has fanned a growing fear that has engulfed our country and the world. It has taken time for scientists and doctors to investigate, experience, collect data, and develop a track record for this virus. But there are now enough solid facts related to the coronavirus to see it plainly for what it is. Since much of the media is not providing this information to the general public, I will share with you ten observations I have gleaned from trusted sources.
Dr. Russell Blaylock is a renown neurosurgeon and author of several books and research papers. He recently published an article in Technocracy News & Trends highlighting what the science says about wearing a facial mask. This is especially important information during a pandemic like the one we are experiencing with COVID-19. Dr. Blaylock concludes that face masks do not protect healthy people from getting sick. He observes that wearing a mask can actually aggravate and cause serious health problems. Those who choose to wear a mask are probably not aware of these significant concerns. Many businesses are requiring their employees and even customers to wear masks. In some areas, local government has mandated that anyone who comes outside of their home must wear a mask. It is not only an affront to personal liberty, but there is no science to validate this draconian measure.
An enlarged prostate is a common and annoying problem affecting men as they age. It is officially called benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and will affect the vast majority of all men. 85% of men 85 years or older will suffer with it. BPH causes frequent urination (increased urgency and decreased force and flow) and can interrupt sleep at night. Also, it can lead to erectile dysfunction and urinary tract infections.
Dr. Andrew Wakefield was a British gastroenterologist who had his medical license stripped away because he coauthored a paper with twelve other doctors linking the MMR vaccine to autism. It was 1998 and the five page paper was published in the highly respected medical journal The Lancet announcing the discovery of a new bowel condition called Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia. The thirteen doctors felt they had discovered a condition that might be unique to autism and recommended further study. Since then, this paper has been cited in 200 other scientific studies and is viewed as the pioneering study on the gut-brain connection in autism. Angie is pictured with Dr. Wakefield when he lectured at a symposium in October 2019.