On December 19, 2006, the federal government passed The Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA) — signed into law by then-president George W. Bush —
As the COVID-19 takes over mainstream media, we wonder: why all the censorship?
Americans are facing the same questions about food security that led to a nationwide boom in Victory Gardens during World War II. This dovetails with
On April 3, the website Media Matters for America published an article with the headline, “An online health magazine with over 100,000 Facebook followers is
With colony collapse disorder (CCD) decimating significant numbers of hives every year, research scientists and beekeepers continue their search for solutions. Honey bee colonies face
In this time of a pandemic, many people are experiencing uncomfortable feelings of anxiety. Every day there are reports about the rising number of fatalities
The COVID-19 outbreak has led to a spike in the use of face masks. Learn why charcoal masks are a great option in limiting expsoure.
Scientists have long debated whether viruses make us all equally sick or more vulnerable. New research on the virome might hold some answers.
The resurgence of vaccine-preventable diseases such as measles and whooping cough is further fueling the perceived need for vaccinations. Nevertheless, the implication of the potential
[Editor’s Note: In Why Vaccination Does Not Equal Immunization (Part 1) we discussed how natural immunity works. In part 2, we’ll continue our discussion on
The immune system is a fascinating network of various organs, cells, and proteins that work together to defend against disease via a complex array of
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common but painful condition. It can be debilitating and cause problems with fertility. Pharmaceutical treatments can have side effects
The coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately affected older adults, with more than three-quarters of deaths recorded among people over 65. The average age of death from
It’s safe to say that the coronavirus pandemic has us all on edge, as demonstrated by reports of increased depression and anxiety. The added stress
New research shows that severe and fatal COVID-19 infections may be linked to low levels of vitamin K. So what can vitamin K do for us?
Can stem cells treat COVID-19? Clinical trials are being ran now to see if alternative methods are available for fighting COVID-19.
The social pressure to receive a flu shot affects many of us every year. It gets worse if we are over 65, work in healthcare,
The controversies surrounding vaccines and viruses, in particular the new coronavirus, just keep on coming. However, without whistleblowers, we may be at risk of the