Face Masks In The 1918 Flu Pandemic
The use of masks in the1918 Flu Pandemic, Spanish Flu H1N1 virus
The horrific scale of the 1918 influenza pandemic—known as the “Spanish flu”—is hard to fathom. The virus infected 500 million people worldwide and killed an estimated 20 million to 50 million victims—that’s more than all of the soldiers and civilians killed during World War I combined.
Lack of Quarantines Allowed Flu to Spread and Grow
Take care of your body: Remember that the best medicine is education and prevention—DraMacn
Learning Friday: Human Body Effects of Air Pollution
Air pollution is considered the major environmental risk factor in the incidence and/or progression of some diseases such as asthma, lung, vision problems, hearing complications, skin damage, cancer, ventricular hypertrophy, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, psychological complications (like stress, anxiety, mental confusion) autism, retinopathy, fetal growth, and low birth weight.
Learn about Human Body Effects of Air Pollution. Remember that the best medicine is education and prevention—DraMacn
Learning Wednesday: Be Careful Of Stem Cell Fraud
From a “prominent” Facebook PRP group…Patients are being sold PRP as a global magical anti-inflammatory that is injected into the IV monthly. In this post, the patient/victim was told that the platelets were even activated outside the body prior to being reinjected IV (Intravenously) to travel back to the heart.
Dr. Tricia Derges, with a patient in 2018 in Springfield, Mo., faces numerous charges in connection with a fraud scheme, prosecutors said.
We need to stop these scams before someone has a MI (Myocardial Infarction) or dies. We need regulatory and legal and medical/chiropractic/naturopathic board help on these. Count the red flags in what was done to this patient.
One company, Lung Health Institute, was charging patients over $5000 for this IV PRP treatment and calling it a stem cell treatment. They are being sued.
The stem cell clinic customers allege their $14,900 treatments were ineffective in treating lupus, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and other conditions, according to the San Diego Tribune.
SUMMARY OF SCIENTIFIC FACTS
“Dr. E. Michael Molnar goes into more details concerning the scientific facts of cell therapy or cell transplantation in the section Summary of Scientific Facts which is also included in the document you will download above. As far as Stem Cell Therapy PTE is concerned everything in the document is important but nothing is more important than the statement below.”
Learning Monday: Genetically Engineered Cells Have Kept 2 Patients Cancer Free For A Decade
“The treatment, known as CAR-T cell therapy, used the patients’ own genetically engineered immune cells to track down and kill cancerous cells (SN: 6/27/18). Based on the results, “we can now conclude that CAR-T cells can actually cure patients with leukemia,” cancer immunologist and study coauthor Carl June of the University of Pennsylvania said at the briefing.”
Genetically Engineered Cells Have Kept 2 Patients Cancer Free For A Decade
4 Great Travel Apps You Need and You will Love
GREAT TRAVEL APPS
The Packpoint app is a great way of ensuring that you have everything that you need for your upcoming trip whether that is a weekend away, a family adventure or a business trip.
VPN PROXY MASTER
This is by far the most important thing you could possibly use while you are traveling anywhere in the world. It’s those moments that you connect to a public wifi to find out where you are and how you can purchase a ticket that leaves all your information vulnerable.
“Not all of my friends and family are into social media, making it a struggle to stay connected while abroad” – says Caitlin from Back Again Cait.
Citymapper is aimed at commuters, so you know you’re only getting the best travel advice within a city. The app gives you all the options to get around a city, from car sharing to buses or trains.
Learning Thursday: Endometriosis Most Common Symptoms – Complications If Not Treated
Infertility in young women
Endometriosis can usually be treated by medication or surgery designed to preserve fertility. However, a few patients may have symptoms so severe that the uterus and ovaries must be surgically removed. Fortunately for most patients, alternative treatments are available and hysterectomy is rarely necessary.