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Mike Stone Congestion. Runny nose. Sneezing. Headache. Sore eyes. Scratchy throat. Dry cough. Digestion issues (enough said). It sounds like I must have come down with the dreaded “Covid-19,” or any of the identical diseases it cannot be differentiated from, after my 16-day vacation … I must have encountered one of those invisible-to-the-naked-eye pathogenic boogeymen […]

What Can You Do to Help Prevent Cataracts?

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Joseph Mercola Cataracts is an eye condition that causes your vision to blur due to a buildup of proteins on the lens of your eye. Left untreated, cataracts can result in progressive loss of vision and, ultimately, blindness The most common treatment for cataracts is surgery, but it’s not without risks. In 42% of cases, […]

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Naturally Acquired Immunity versus Vaccine-induced Immunity, Reinfections versus Breakthrough Infections: A Retrospective Cohort Study

Sivan Gazit et al. Background. Waning of protection against infection with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) conferred by 2 doses of the BNT162b2 vaccine begins shortly a er inoculation and becomes substantial within 4 months. With that, the impact of prior infection on incident SARS-CoV-2 reinfection is unclear. Therefore, we examined the long-term […]

Diminished Brain Resilience Syndrome: A Modern Day Neurological Pathology of Increased Susceptibility to Mild Brain Trauma, Concussion, and Downstream Neurodegeneration

Wendy A. Morley and Stephanie Seneff The number of sports-related concussions has been steadily rising in recent years. Diminished brain resilience syndrome is a term coined by the lead author to describe a particular physiological state of nutrient functional deficiency and disrupted homeostatic mechanisms leading to increased susceptibility to previously considered innocuous concussion. We discuss […]

Understanding the Concussion Epidemic: The Importance of Nourishing the Brain

Merinda Teller Parents’ fears about head injuries are not unfounded. It is conservatively estimated that between 1.6 and 3.8 million concussions occur annually in the United States as a result of athletic involvement.4,5 Moreover, the rate of sports-related concussions has been increasing, with one prospective study finding a 15.5 percent annual increase over an eleven-year […]

The Paravascular Pathway for Brain Waste Clearance: Current Understanding, Significance and Controversy

Andrew Bacyinski et al. The Paravascular Pathway for Brain Waste Clearance: Current Understanding, Significance and Controversy The paravascular pathway, also known as the “glymphatic” pathway, is a recently described system for waste clearance in the brain. According to this model, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) enters the paravascular spaces surrounding penetrating arteries of the brain, mixes with […]

Brain May Flush Out Toxins During Sleep

NIH A good night’s rest may literally clear the mind. Using mice, researchers showed for the first time that the space between brain cells may increase during sleep, allowing the brain to flush out toxins that build up during waking hours. These results suggest a new role for sleep in health and disease. The study […]