Silent Hypoxia Conceals Deadly Pneumonia

 
 

Emmi Scott describes how a renowned American doctor, observed the unknown association between silent hypoxia and patients unnecessarily dying from COVID-19 related illnesses: “While patients may not notice their low oxygen levels, they are certainly being affected by them. The devious nature of silent hypoxia means that patients could have COVID-19 pneumonia for days without knowing it. By the time they go to the hospital, they are in serious need of medical assistance.”


Hypoxia The Silent Killer Emmi Scott HHL



Psychodrugs for Mothers Lower Children's Perception

The University of Manitoba have published an extensive world first clinical study, that provides a correlation between depressed pregnant women who were administered psychotropic drugs and the cognitive health of their children: "Our findings raise a concern that these medications are not benign to the developing fetus. This study highlights the importance of presenting a broader approach to managing maternal mental health, especially the consideration of non-pharmacologic approaches," said Singal. It is critical to note, Singal added, that untreated depression can also pose harms to mothers and the developing child, as pregnant women who are depressed are less likely to seek proper prenatal care.”


Antidepressants Can Harm Unborn Babies University of Manitoba Medical Xpress


Ultra-Processed Food Heightens the Risk of Contracting Wuhan virus

Dr Joseph Mercola provides a written analysis of how an individual’s dietary choices, in particular consumption of ultra-processed food impairs the gut microbiome and heightens the risk of contracting Wuhan virus: “Ultraprocessed foods increase the risk of conditions like obesity, cancer, Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and gallstones, which make you more vulnerable to illnesses like Wuhan virus. In fact, eating over four servings of ultraprocessed foods daily increased the risk of premature death by 62% in a 2019 study.”

Parental Food Choices Have Life Long Consequences Dr Joseph Mercola Mercola



Facial Expressions May Be Misleading

Autism researchers in the UK have discovered that the meaning of facial expressions for autistic and allistic (non-autistic) individuals differ, thus causing misunderstanding and further compounding social difficulties for autistic individuals, writes Jennifer Cook: “This is really crucial as it takes the element of blame away from the autistic person and instead proposes that these difficulties are a product of autistic and neurotypical differences. There may also be some really promising outcomes of these findings. For instance, in the future, caregivers and clinicians could be trained to “read the language” of autistic facial expressions, leading to a reduction in social interaction difficulties.”

Rethinking Autistic Differences  Jennifer Cook The Conversation

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