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Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion

The global public has been assured COVID-19 jabs are safe and effective — but as deaths and disabilities mount, it’s time for a second opinion. In Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion, a documentary by Oracle Films, COVID-19 shot injuries and deaths are highlighted, along with the systemic failings that allowed them to happen. Big… Read More »

Acupressure Wristband Is Effective for Relieving Nausea From Migraine

One of the most unbearable migraine symptoms is nausea, and impacts 80% of migraine sufferers in the US. A headache physician showed in a study that pressure with an acupressure wristband to the P6 antiemetic point located on the inside of the wrist is an effective and also quick remedy for relief of migraine nausea.[1]… Read More »

Is St. John’s Wort Effective for PMDD?

St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum) is an herbal preparation which has been shown, in some studies, to be effective for the treatment of mild to moderate depressive symptoms. St. John’s wort is now one of the most commonly used herbal products in the United States and is widely used in Europe. We don’t know exactly… Read More »

Epinephrine is the only effective treatment for anaphylaxis

Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that can potentially lead to death if not promptly treated. Allergic reactions typically begin suddenly after exposure to an allergen, which may be a food, medication, insect sting, or another trigger. Anaphylaxis can occur in anyone at any time; it can sometimes be triggered by allergens that a person… Read More »

What is as effective as antidepressants

As a nights sleep equates to a happy teacher. The first night was difficult as the body needs to readjust to this strong medicine, this may increase the amountof mirtazapine in your body and cause more side effects. Plus the lack of recent marketing, or shortly before birth, took mirtazapine for anxiety and insomnia. Your… Read More »

Radiation therapy effective against deadly heart rhythm – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Visit the News Hub Standard cancer treatment offers hope to severely ill heart patients Matt Miller Clifford Robinson, MD, (right) and Phillip Cuculich, MD, have developed a noninvasive radiation therapy approach to treating ventricular tachycardia, a deadly heart arrhythmia. Visual and electrical maps of the heart help direct a beam of radiation at the heart… Read More »