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Basics of C-19 virus 

"Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that can cause illnesses such as the common cold, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) 

and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS). 

In 2019, a new coronavirus was identified as the cause of a disease outbreak that originated in China."

Symptoms typically appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. 

Often are spread through the respiratory track or start in the mouth, can affect the lungs, or affect the GI track. 
The types of C-19 are different in the upper respiratory track (nose), the lungs, or the gastrointestinal track.

Spread now does not appear to be transmitted on surfaces but through very small respiratory droplets transmission.


Disclaimer

This page is not a recommendation for or against vaccination. 

This is not meant to endorse a specific treatment. 

This page is for providing a snapshot of the concerns re: risks vs benefits of C-19 treatment or vaccines. 

Censorship has no place in a free society. All have a right to choose what is right for their person.

This page is not meant to be used as medical advice but only as discussions that are taking place.

Immune Strengthening Practices

Vitamin C

Quercetin

NAC

Omega 3 EFA's

Good Oral Health

Balance Your Gut

Weight Control

Protect Your Lungs

Get Adequate Sleep

Fresh Air

Eat Fresh food

Smoking Cessation

Avoid Sugar

Decrease Stress



Support to Decrease Viral Transmission

Use Nontoxic Cleaners

Use Soap

Practice Fresh air & ventilation

Sunlight

Masks?

outdoor gatherings

Common C-19 Symptoms

Uncommon C-19 Symptoms

Fatigue

back pain

enlarged lymph nodes

Depression

Anxiety

stomach pain

Other Links

C-19 & Vulnerable Populations

>60 years

smokers

Persons of Color

Fast Food Diet

Stressful Relationships

Heart Issues

Asthma

Metabolic Health Issues

-Older adults and people who have severe underlying medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes seem to be at higher risk for developing more serious complications from C-19 illness. 

-People who are older have a higher risk of serious illness from C-19, and the risk increases with age. 

-People who have existing chronic medical conditions also may have a higher risk of serious illness. 

-Certain medical conditions that increase the risk of serious illness from C-19


Investigational Work on Early C-19 Treatment Strategies

Clinical Support for Long Haul C-19 Type Illness

C-19 Inoculation Links & Discussion

Vaccine Maker's Liability

Emergency Use Authorization

Informed Consent

Established Safety Measures vs Fast-Tracked

Religious Objections

mRNA Technology

Mandates & Individual Choice

Public Health vs Individual Health

PCR Testing

Antibody Testing

Adverse Reaction Support

Length of Testing

Antibody Testing

Adverse Reaction Support

Length of Testing

Adverse C-19 [email protected] Reports

Polyethelene glycol allergy

Anaphylaxis

Neurological

Immunological reactivation

Vaccine induced thrombocytopenia

VAERS

Seizure Disorder

Guillain-Barré Syndrome

Bleeding Disorders

Clotting Disorders

Concerns re: C-19 Mandates & Special Populations

Fertility Risk

Pregnancy Risk

Autoimmune Risk

Menstrual Irregularities

Adolescent Risks

DNA impact

Autoimmune Risk

Seizures

Clinical Experts Discuss Risks vs Benefits

Fetal Impact

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