anxiety, cancer, covid-19, covid-19 vaccine, heart disease, inner peace, spirituality, stress

A Remedy for the Leading Causes of Death During the Pandemic

A research paper published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) revealed: “In 2020, heart disease and cancer were the leading causes of death in the U.S., accounting for 1.29 million deaths, followed by COVID-19, accounting for 350,000 deaths.” “From March 2020 to October 2021, heart disease (20.1%), cancer (17.5%), COVID-19 (12.2%), accidents ...

Max Lu

Man having a heart attack.

Reduction in Stillbirths Related to COVID-19 Vaccinations

Ever since the coronavirus pandemic struck the planet, life has changed in unprecedented ways. While vaccinations for the killer virus are now widely available, they do not offer complete protection from the menace. The various vaccines have varying levels of efficacy against the virus that keeps mutating. There are skeptics who have expressed their doubts ...

Raven Montmorency

A woman wearing a lab coat and gloves draws up a syringe full of a vaccine from a vial.

COVID Patient Positive for Record 505 Days

Ever since the coronavirus-induced pandemic hit the world, life has changed drastically for billions of people. After the various rounds of coronavirus lockdowns, switchovers to work from home setups, and social distancing protocols, life is slowly limping back to normalcy. Even after the arrival and rollout of various COVID-19 vaccines, the virus continues to infect ...

Raven Montmorency

female doctor with an elderly female COVID patient.

Why Parents Are Right to Question Vaccinating Their Children Against COVID-19

The Global Vaccine Action Plan 2011-2020 (GVAP) was developed to realize the ambitions of the Decade of Vaccines — that all individuals and communities enjoy lives free from vaccine-preventable illnesses.  Following the COVID-19 pandemic, which continues to cause illness, death, and economic havoc worldwide, vaccines were developed, and a mass vaccination program started in December ...

Katrina Hicks

Six vials of COVID-19 vaccine from different manufacturers.

Researcher Urges Caution Using Remdesivir to Treat COVID-19

While the world has its eyes on vaccines to stop the spread of COVID-19, therapeutics are still necessary to treat hospitalized patients. One of these treatments, remdesivir, is the first and only antiviral agent of its kind that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved so far for COVID-19. Research at the University ...

Troy Oakes

Omicron variant of the coronavirus.

The World Needs a Cheap Vaccine

Several companies worldwide are doing research to find a cure for COVID-19. However, it is not certain that the vaccine will be affordable for most people. In fact, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar has admitted that he is not sure about whether the vaccine will be available for all Americans. Things get ...

Jack Roberts

Drawing COVID-19 vaccine into a syringe.

CCP Virus: Vaccine Development and Safety Debates

As world governments struggle with managing their societies in the wake of the CCP coronavirus outbreak, there have been heated debates about developing vaccines to counter the infection. Some suggest that normal safety tests for vaccine development should be circumvented so that there is a chance to bring the outbreak under control at the earliest. ...

Armin Auctor

Stop COVID-19.

Race for Coronavirus Vaccine and Implications for China

Scientists around the world are working day and night to develop a coronavirus vaccine that can end the CCP coronavirus pandemic. For China, the development of a COVID-19 vaccine is not just about saving the lives of its citizens, but also an opportunity to reposition itself in the international community after being criticized for causing ...

Jack Roberts

Woman working in a hospital laboratory.

3 Tips to Prepare for a COVID-19 Lockdown (#StayAtHome)

The viral outbreak of the CCP coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected the lives of people all around the globe. And since the U.S. seems to currently have the highest number of affected cases, it is important for everyone to respect the COVID-19 lockdown and stay indoors — to prevent a faster spread and to ultimately save ...

Armin Auctor

A woman using her credit card over the Internet.