Friday, March 20, 2020

LifeWave Patches History





LifeWave video showcases the history of the company and its impressive growth of products including LifeWave's premier product -- X39!


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History of Pandemics





COVID-19 Social Distancing & Coping


In this second foundational episode, and as part of an effort to keep you informed during the Coronavirus pandemic, Kirk Jowers and Dr. Osguthorpe sit down to discuss the importance and effectiveness of social distancing. They answer many common questions: Should I go out to grocery stores? How infectious is COVID-19 compared to other viruses? What should I do if I’m the caregiver for someone with the Coronavirus? Dr. Osguthorpe also expresses the importance of our mental health during this chaotic time and believes many will see a positive difference by taking time away from social media and television.


Thursday, March 19, 2020

Twitter feed from FisherHouse

Scientist David Schmidt talks about COVID 19 options

"This is one of the best videos I have seen describing ways to keep healthy during the Coronavirus outbreak."Click on the YouTube video below. John Fisher




In the webinar, scientist David Schmidt cites studies that show people can take supplements to increase their immunity against coronavirus. Studies show coronavirus is killed by copper and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2).

1. He suggests taking a minimum of 1000mg of Vitamin C daily as this is converted into H2O2.

2. H2O2 may be taken with aloe vera as a supplement.

3. In the case of an infection, a hospital can administer an IV drip of H2O2. Only a medical doctor should do this because of the risks of doing IVs.


4. Ozone may also be injected. It is more powerful than H2O2 in fighting the coronavirus. 

5. Very high doses of Vitamin C can be administered by IV. This approach is very safe. 10 grams of Vitamin C and higher can be administered by IV.

7. Research also suggests gargling with hydrogen peroxide. 


Other antivirals can also be used for fighting coronavirus. Some are listed below.

1. Garlic extract is made from the garlic plant . The plant has long been considered a beneficial plant for health and has been used as an antihelmintic, a rubefacient, an anti-infective, and an antihypertensive.
2. BHT reduces and prevents viral infections such as herpes, thus terminating their outbreaks. Also BHT is effective against many different human and animal viruses including CMV (cytomegalovirus), pseudorabies, genital herpes, HIV, and some strains of influenza. Butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) is listed as “generally recognized as safe.”
3. Oregano oil is an effective natural antibiotic and anti-fungal, and may also help you lose weight and lower your cholesterol levels.
4. Olive leaf extract have been shown to treat infection caused by a large number of viruses as well as bacteria, and parasitic protozoans. 
5. Colostrum is rich in antibodies.
6. Fasting can help build immunity. One approach would be to eat during an eight hour period and fast for 16 hours. 


Below are some other possibilities for fighting the corona virus.

1. L-Glutamine increases production of T-cells (which are the immunity cells in the body).
2. Ginger root is a very strong anti-bacterial and is anti-viral.
3. Elderberry extract prevents viruses from replicating.
4. Zinc gluconate lozenges kill viruses.
5. Vitamin D supports immune response.



Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Remembering how we handled the swine flu in 2009

A friend of mine shared this from wikipedia with me and I think this is great information for everyone to have. It's a great reminder for all of us about viruses from our past. Jacki

On April 26, 2009, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared Swine Flu a public health emergency. On October 24, 2009, President Barack Obama declared Swine Flu a national emergency in the United States. On November 12, 2009, the CDC reported an estimated 22 million Americans had been infected with 2009A H1N1 and 4,000 Americans have died. On December 10, 2009, the CDC reported an estimated 50 million Americans or 1 in 6 people had been infected with the 2009A H1N1 Virus and 10,000 Americans had died, by which time the vaccine was beginning to be widely distributed to the general public by several states. On December 23, 2009 the CDC reported a reduction of the disease by 59% percent and the disease was expected to end in the United States in January 2010.

Swine Flu symptoms
Schools closed in many states in response to local flu outbreaks. By April 30, 2009, 300 U.S. schools and school districts had announced closures in response to the outbreak, giving 169,000 students time off. On May 4, 2009, about 533 schools in 24 states in the U.S. were closed, affecting about 330,000 students. On September 25, 2009, 42 schools were closed in eight states as the second wave of the pandemic began.

On May 5, Kathleen Sebelius stated in a CDC news conference that school closures for single confirmed cases of H1N1 influenza were unnecessary, but that parents keep their child home if he or she displays an influenza-like illness.

Several US airlines waived fees for cancellations and flight changes. At least one cruise line changed the itinerary to avoid Mexican ports of call.

It seems we have all gotten into a panic with this flu strain. Italy doesn't have the structure to handle their cases. We are very fortunate to be living in the USA. If everyone chills, follows the washing hands, and staying home a while if you can, while we wait for it to blow over. It is not party time so keep to the home base. You can see the Swine flu did not have the effect this flu has on the population, but it was a pandemic in 2009. There is something to learn here on caring for one another and being kind. Helping the old folks with shopping etc. And chill out.
  • Wash your hands, over and over again all day. 
  • Consume Vitamin C about 2 to 3 grams per day.
  • Take Garlic Extract for the next month.
  • When out in public keep a zinc lozenge in your mouth.
  • Gargle with diluted hydrogen peroxide after excursions and at bedtime.
  • Supplement with Nano or Colloidal Silver (1 teaspoon - 2 to 3 times daily)
  • Continue doing all the other things you normally do to support your immune system.

2020’s Best & Worst States for Doctors – WalletHub Study


Tips for choosing a good doctor - WebMed
With doctors on the front lines against the threat of coronavirus, National Doctors' Day coming up on March 30 and "physician" being the highest-paid job of 2019, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020's Best & Worst States for Doctors as well as accompanying videos.

To identify the best states for those in the business of saving lives, WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 19 key metrics. The data set ranges from average annual wage of physicians to hospitals per capita to quality of public hospital system.  

Best States for Doctors
Worst States for Doctors
1. Montana
42. Hawaii
2. Wisconsin
43. Delaware
3. Idaho
44. Maryland
4. North Dakota
45. District of Columbia
5. Minnesota
46. New Jersey
6. Kansas
47. Alaska
7. Iowa
48. Massachusetts
8. Tennessee
49. Connecticut
9. Mississippi
50. Rhode Island
10. Nebraska
51. New York

Best vs. Worst:
Mississippi has the highest average annual wage for surgeons (adjusted for cost of living), $313,491, which is 2.1 times higher than in the California, the lowest at $152,850.

Minnesota has the lowest number of physicians per 1,000 residents, 1.09, which is 6.2 times lower than in the District of Columbia, the highest at 6.71.

Florida has the highest projected share of the population aged 65 and older by 2030, 27.08 percent, which is two times higher than in Utah, the lowest at 13.21 percent.

Wisconsin has the lowest annual malpractice liability insurance rate, $6,699, which is 6.1 times lower than in New York, the highest at $40,826.

To view the full report and your state or the District's rank, please visit: 

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