In just a few days confirmed in Europe, as well as in South Korea and Iran, virologists warn that the Covid-19 virus is nearing a pandemic. The largest number of people infected and killed by the virus is in China, where the epidemic began and according to the latest figures, there are 77,658 cases and 2,663 deaths. More than 1,200 cases were confirmed in another 30 countries, …Read More »
With the onset of the coronavirus in China and far beyond its borders, more and more people are panicking when they experience fever or other disease-causing symptoms. Even the distinction between cold and flu is difficult for the masses of people around the world, as symptoms often overlap. Often a visit to the doctor is impossible due to the dramatically worsened condition, and still, most of us …Read More »
Of all the common vitamin deficiencies, vitamin B12 is among the most harmful. This crucial vitamin is responsible for such great tasks as creating DNA and red blood cells, as well as helping your nervous system function properly. Despite its importance, your body does not do it naturally; we rely on food to supply enough vitamin B12 to maintain good health. If you suffer from Crohn’s disease, …Read More »
An Epidemic Every 100 years: Plague of 1720, Cholera of 1820, Spanish Flu of 1920, Coronavirus of 2020 – Is it Just a Coincidence!
There is a theory that every 100 years a pandemic erupts on the planet. It might be a coincidence, but the chronological accuracy is troubling. In 1720 there was a plague, in 1820 – cholera, and in 1920 – Spanish flu… Many researchers say that the current coronavirus epidemic resembles the events of previous centuries. The logical question arises: what if these pandemics were artificially staged by …Read More »
People often take their health for granted, including freedom of movement, until they are restricted. However, people suffering from arthritis, rheumatism, osteoporosis and similar problems know how to appreciate the moments of freedom and absence of pain. There are natural recipes that can alleviate these problems without the harmful effects of chemicals 1. TURMERIC AND GINGER Turmeric and ginger have strong anti-inflammatory properties and greatly help with …Read More »
Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and structural deterioration of bone tissue, leading to bone fragility and an increased risk of fracture of the spine and wrist. Men, as well as women, are affected by osteoporosis, a preventable and treatable disease. In the United States, more than 53 million people already have osteoporosis or are at high risk for low bone mass. The Warning …Read More »