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Exercise Drops Odds of Being Infected & Dying, Scientists Find

A nationwide study involving 100,000 subjects from S. Korea finds that regular exercise is protective from COVID-19 illness and related mortality.

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39-Year-Old British Fashion Model Dies After Getting COVID-19 Shot in Cyprus

A UK-born model experienced a blood clot and passed away 3 weeks after getting the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine in Paphos, Cyprus authorities report. She didn’t have any underlying health conditions.

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Jocko Willink Blasts COVID ‘Experts’ Lockdown Insistence Obesity & COVID

Retired Navy Seal says experts and government officials failed to promote staying fit during COVID on ‘Fox News Primetime’ as 80% of COVID hospitalizations are obese and no one is talking about these facts.

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Obesity Increases Risk of Covid-19 Death by 48% Study Finds

A new study from researchers at the UNC found that obesity increases the risk of contracting the coronavirus as well as death from Covid-19.

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What is Health Really? Walking Dead?

Most people believe they’re healthy. Sure, they may have a few issues, but since they aren’t on life support they assume they’re in very good health. They exercise, eat organic, take vitamins, get proper sleep, work hard – even do a little mediation. But those actions can be undermined to the point of being meaningless. […]

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The WHO Announces Suspected Cases of COVID-19 Should Be Written As COVID-19 Deaths (No Virus Test Required)

In a stunning disregard for medical and scientific integrity, the WHO posted its new guidelines for determining official deaths from COVID-19 which do not require cases be positively confirmed through virus testing, but only that it is suspected to be a cause of death.

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Heartburn Drugs Linked To Sudden Death Risk

Extended use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), a popular type of heartburn drug, dramatically increases the risk of death. This was the conclusion of a team of researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine after analyzing medical data of some 300,000 people.

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