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Fascist doctors return with cruel treatment

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After spending 75 years making Hitler and Nazi Germany into a vision of pure evil, the worst ever to visit humanity, we find ourselves right back into the arms of fascism. In this place, freedom has no name. Friedrich Karl Hermann Entress was a German camp doctor who introduced the procedure of injecting lethal doses of phenol directly into prisoners' hearts. He was captured by the Allies in 1945, sentenced to death, and executed in 1947.

That was then. Now we have Dr. Anthony Fauci ready to do vaccine experiments on children while ignoring the harm the vaccines are already doing to elderly populations. "Hopefully, by the time we get to the late spring, early summer, we will have children being able to be vaccinated according to the FDA's guidance," said Dr. Fauci. The world is suffering from a mass delusional psychosis and Fauci, in significant part, is to blame. When will he be captured? Will he ever stop lying or trying to deceive masses of people?

Comment: Dr. Fauci was among highest-paid federal officials in 2019 — He banked more than President Trump's $400,000


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Man's skin 'peeled off' due to adverse reaction to Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine

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Richard Terrell, 74, suffered a severe rash over his entire body after receiving the Johnson &Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
A Virginia man suffered a rare reaction to a COVID-19 vaccine that caused a painful rash to spread across his entire body and skin to peel off, doctors said.

Richard Terrell, 74, of Goochland began suffering strange symptoms four days after receiving the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, news station WRIC reported.

"I began to feel a little discomfort in my armpit and then a few days later I began to get an itchy rash, and then after that I began to swell and my skin turned red," Terrell told the outlet.


Comment: That it began in his armpit is actually notable: Swollen lymph nodes after COVID-19 vaccines may cause cancer false alarms


Comment: Whilst that particular reaction may be rare, the world-wide Covid-19 vaccine trials constitute one of the largest experiments on humans ever to have happened, and some of the adverse reactions have been severe enough to necessitate banning the vaccines altogether; moreover, there's evidence that it has actually led to an increase in mortality:


People

Research reveals why redheads may have different pain thresholds

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New research led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) provides insights on why people with red hair exhibit altered sensitivity to certain kinds of pain. The findings are published in Science Advances.

In people with red hair (as in numerous other species of animals with red fur), the pigment-producing cells of the skin — called melanocytes — contain a variant form of the melanocortin 1 receptor. This receptor sits on the cell surface, and if it becomes activated by circulating hormones called melanocortins, it causes the melanocyte to switch from generating yellow/red melanin pigment to producing brown/black melanin pigment. Earlier work by David E. Fisher, MD, Ph.D., director of the Mass General Cancer Center's Melanoma Program and director of MGH's Cutaneous Biology Research Center, demonstrated that the inability of red-haired individuals to tan or darken their skin pigment is traced to inactive variants of this receptor.

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Think twice before you ice after an injury says recent study

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It is common practice to apply an ice pack to a sprained ankle or a sore muscle, and many professional athletes have been reported to use cryotherapy to aid with recovery. However, the benefits of the well-known RICE protocol (rest, ice, compression, and elevation) for injuries and sore muscles have been thoroughly debunked, including by the doctor that originally coined the term four decades ago. While icing an injury does effectively relieve pain, it also constricts blood vessels and reduces blood flow to the cold area. Even though the injury feels better, this impairs the body's ability to heal, extending the recovery process.

But what happens after the ice is removed? In a recent study, scientists hypothesized that once the area warmed up, there would be a large temporary increase in blood flow, aiding in the healing process. This "rebound" phenomenon has been observed after things like removing a tourniquet or unclamping an artery during surgery, but hadn't been studied for restrictions due to cold temperatures.

The researchers found that using ice, compression, and elevation therapy on a muscle immediately after exercise led to significantly reduced blood flow as expected, but instead of bouncing back immediately after treatment, the blood flow remained low for an extended period of time. While we already knew that ice impairs muscle recovery even though it's great for reducing pain, now we can add that the negative effects last longer than previously hypothesized, suggesting that injured athletes should think twice before using ice as pain relief.

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Woman gives birth to twins conceived three weeks apart in rare case of "superfetation"

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A woman in England became pregnant while already pregnant.
A woman in England became pregnant while already pregnant, ultimately giving birth to rare twins conceived three weeks apart, according to recent news reports.

Typically, when a woman becomes pregnant, her body kick-starts several biological processes aimed at preventing a concurrent pregnancy, including releasing hormones to stop ovulation. But in rare instances, a pregnant woman could continue to ovulate, or release an egg, and that egg could then be fertilized by sperm and implanted in the uterus, Live Science previously reported. This rare phenomenon, in which two fertilized eggs are implanted in the uterus at different times, is known as "superfetation."

In this new case, the twins were conceived three weeks apart, according to Good Morning America. The mother, Rebecca Roberts, was 39 years old and became pregnant for the first time last year after trying to conceive for several years and taking fertility medication.

Comment: It seems that, at least in the West, there's a correlation between the rise in fertility treatments and the rise in the birth of twins: Twin Peaks: More twinning in humans than ever before

See also:'Identical' - twins have small genome differences says new study


Health

Chronic stress leads to hair loss says study

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Harvard University researchers have identified the biological mechanism by which chronic stress impairs hair follicle stem cells, confirming long-standing observations that stress might lead to hair loss.

In a mouse study published in the journal Nature, the researchers found that a major stress hormone puts hair follicle stem cells into an extended resting phase, without regenerating the follicle or the hair. The researchers identified the specific cell type and molecule responsible for relaying the stress signal to the stem cells, and showed that this pathway can be potentially targeted to restore hair growth.

"My lab is interested in understanding how stress affects stem cell biology and tissue biology, spurred in part by the fact that everyone has a story to share about what happens to their skin and hair when they are stressed. I realized that as a skin stem cell biologist, I could not provide a satisfying answer regarding if stress indeed has an impact — and more importantly, if yes, what are the mechanisms," said Ya-Chieh Hsu, the Alvin and Esta Star Associate Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology at Harvard and senior author of the study. "The skin offers a tractable and accessible system to study this important problem in depth, and in this work, we found that stress does actually delay stem-cell activation and fundamentally changes how frequently hair follicle stem cells regenerate tissues."

The hair follicle is one of the few mammalian tissues that can undergo rounds of regeneration throughout life, and has become a paradigm that informs much of our fundamental understanding of mammalian stem cell biology. The hair follicle naturally cycles between growth and rest, a process fueled by hair follicle stem cells. During the growth phase, hair follicle stem cells become activated to regenerate the follicle and hair, and hairs grow longer each day. During the resting phase, the stem cells are quiescent and hairs shed more easily. Hair loss can occur if the hairs shed and the stem cells remain quiescent without regenerating new tissue.

Syringe

Austria negotiates to buy 1mn doses of Russia's Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine as Chancellor Kurz rejects 'geopolitical blinkers'

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(L) Austrian Chancellor Kurz (R) 'Sputnik V'
Austria is to order a million doses of Russia's Sputnik V Covid-19 vaccine, one month after a successful phone call between Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and the Kremlin. It will be the third EU country to receive the formula.

The news came from the chancellor himself, who revealed that Vienna and Moscow are engaged in talks, and said a deal should be agreed soon.

On Tuesday, Kurz explained that there should be "no geopolitical blinkers" when it comes to Covid-19, noting that the "only thing that should count" is whether the vaccine is effective and safe and "not where it comes from."

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Covid vaccine nonsense

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The efforts to require every American to be injected with an experimental vaccine for Covid-19 are based on the false notion that vaccination will protect recipients from becoming infected with SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, or protect them from passing along the infection to other people.

The FDA, the CDC, the NIH and the pharmaceutical companies involved have all stated very clearly that there is no evidence to support this idea.

None of the three experimental Covid-19 vaccines now being distributed in the United States have been demonstrated to protect against infection with or transmission of the virus believed to cause Covid-19 (SARS-CoV-2), or even prevent symptoms of Covid-19 disease from developing.

This fact is indisputable, yet media, medical providers, and politicians continue to repeat the lie that vaccination provides "immunity to Covid" and even sources like the Mayo Clinic make irresponsible and unsubstantiated claims that vaccination "might prevent you from getting" or "spreading" Covid-19. The same lies are the basis for President Biden's hard press for mass vaccination to "make this Independence Day truly special."

On February 27, 2021, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it had "issued an emergency use authorization (EUA) for the third vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)," the Janssen (Johnson&Johnson) Covid-19 vaccine.

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Local health official says Pennsylvanian Amish and Mennonite communities have reached herd immunity

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A local health official said the Amish and Mennonite communities of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, have reached herd immunity from the coronavirus.

Allen Hoover, the administrator of the Parochial Medical Center, estimated that among the Amish and Mennonite communities in the county, as many as 90% of families have had at least one family member come down with COVID-19.

"So, you would think if COVID was as contagious as they say, it would go through like a tsunami; and it did," Hoover, an Old Order Mennonite, said, according to the Associated Press.

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Objective:Health - Resistance Against Medical Tyranny

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In this episode of Objective:Health we highlight some of the resistance we've seen to the medical tyranny that has descended on us under the guise of a deadly pandemic. Whether in the form of lawsuits, class action suits, standing up to employers mandating vaccination for their employees, or just everyday citizens resisting mask mandates or quarantine measures, it's heartening to see individuals fighting back, standing their ground and generally resisting the infringement of their rights by an out-of-control authoritarian state.

While governments, corporations or employers in general may believe they have the right to dictate our right to free movement, forced medical procedures, right to employment or rights to free association, there are citizens who have had enough and are fighting back against the monolithic machine attempting to lock us in our homes to die a slow death.

As Benjamin Franklin said "Those who would give up essential liberty, to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." And while there are those attempting to force that choice on us, the ability to resist has yet to be completely extinguished. Join us on this episode as we look at some of the inspiring stories of ordinary people fighting back.


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