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Over Half Of Young Adults Are Obese Or Overweight, Study Says

More than half of America’s youngest adults — 56 percent of those ages 18 to 25 — are overweight or obese, according to Johns Hopkins research, published in JAMA.

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Melatonin Affects Thrombosis, Sepsis, and COVID Mortality Rate

Two key studies have identified the role that melatonin plays in reducing the risk of a positive test …

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Americans Who Received J&J Jab More Likely To Develop Rare Blood Clots, New Study Finds

Researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesotaa found that a person who received the J&J vaccine was 3.5x as likely to develop brain blood clots as an average person before the pandemic.

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UK Government Reports Suggest the Fully Vaccinated are Rapidly Developing Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

The eight previous Public Health England / UK Health Security Agency ‘Vaccine Surveillance’ reports on Covid-19 cases show that double vaccinated 40-79 year olds have now lost lost 50% and the Immune System decline has now begun in Children.

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Covid SURGES Among Most Vaxxed Communities Says Harvard Study: Video

Overview of a new study that shows there is no discernible difference in COVID cases in communities that have or have not been vaccinated, in fact COVID cases are surging in the most vaccinated areas.

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Vaccination Rates Not Linked to Lower COVID Rates, Epidemiology Paper Finds

A new peer-reviewed study that analyzed 168 countries and 2,947 US counties found that higher vaccination rates were not associated with fewer COVID-19 cases. What the research does suggest… is that vaccines are primarily a matter of personal health, not public health.

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