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Help for Covid-19 Long Haulers: Dr. Charles Bens’ Cellular Repair Program

In June of 2020, two super-athletes who know of my work contacted me to say that they were experiencing severe symptoms and had tested positive for COVID-19. I forwarded my COVID-19 repair protocol for their consideration. After putting the protocol into action, which involved ingestion of specific nutritional medicines, they both indicated that they began to feel better in less than two days and got progressively better over a two-week period. At the end of two weeks, they both reported they felt completely recovered and were able to resume their athletic training programs at the highest level. The marathon runner reported that his training times had actually improved beyond his best previous times. Here is what he wrote to a doctor who was a fellow marathon runner and had told his story about being a COVID-19 “long hauler” to the Wall Street Journal. Hello Dr. Weinstein. My name is Marc Wolff. I am from Sarasota, Florida and I read the article in the Wall Street Journal today

AgelessRx Launches Pilot Post-COVID Clinical Trial Using Low Dose Naltrexone and NAD

AgelessRx, an online telemedicine clinic that specializes in longevity, has launched a groundbreaking Pilot Post-COVID Clinical Trial. Through this clinical trial, they hope to identify and treat the underlying causes of Post-COVID-19 Syndrome and help “long-haulers” reduce or eliminate their symptoms and restore their quality of life. This Post-COVID Clinical Trial will enroll 60 adults between 18 and 65 of any gender and ethnicity for 12-weeks.  It is an IRB-approved clinical trial that will include a treatment and placebo group.  The individuals in the treatment group will receive 4.5mg/day of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and 400mg/ml (worn once per week) of NAD+ Iontophoresis Patches.    AgelessRx’s Post-COVID Clinical Trial will further the research on the link between aging and COVID-19.  Despite the staggering amount of evidence, age related damage remains to be neglected when discussing treatment options for “long haulers.”  It is now understood that age is the most significant p

Dr Peter McCullough: Tackling Post-COVID Syndromes

Now that the epidemic curves have subsided and rates of hospitalization and death are considerably reduced, the large bulge of Omicron outbreak cases are now experiencing post-COVID syndromes. For the post-COVID syndromes , the most important clinical issue is to make a diagnosis. Characteristic symptoms include headache, hearing loss, tinnitus, loss of olfactory function, sleep disturbance, muscle aches, weakness, fatigue, and chest or abdominal pain. With this array of symptoms, it has been my approach to utilize testing according to prominent symptoms.   For example, serious headache or neurological findings requires a head CT or MRI to evaluate for stroke and or intracranial bleeding/thrombosis. Skin rash or bruising requires laboratory evaluation for vaccine-induced thrombocytopenic purpura. Chest pain or effort intolerance, particularly in men, calls for an evaluation for COVID-19 vaccine-induced myocarditis with ECG, and blood tests (troponin I or T, BNP

PCR COVID Test vs Rapid Test: What's the Difference?

More than 650 million   COVID-19 tests   have been done in the United States since early 2020, and nearly 50 million of those tests identified the COVID-19 virus responsible for a global pandemic ( R ). Testing rates decreased for a time once vaccines became available and the numbers of new cases started to decline. However, new variants and a desire to return to a semblance of normal life have increased the demand for tests again. There are more options for testing now than there were at the start of the pandemic. Lab testing is still available, but new types of  at-home tests  have made testing easier. Not every test is created equal, though, and there are pros and cons to each type of COVID-19 test ( R ). This article will review the different COVID-19 tests and the benefits and drawbacks of each. Types of COVID-19 tests Two types of COVID-19 tests are popular: the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test and the antigen test , a.k.a. the rapid test. Both tests require a sample from th

Find a Doctor to Get Documentation of Recovery

What is a 'Documentation of Recovery'? The ‘Documentation of Recovery’ (also sometimes called ‘Certificate of Recovery’) is a document, signed by a licensed healthcare provider that will allow someone who recently recovered from COVID-19 (but still has a positive COVID test) to fly back to the United States–given that they have self-isolated for an adequate amount of time. Can I use a home COVID test (self-test)? Unfortunately no. Home COVID tests (e.g. BINEX, etc) are not sufficient proof of when the quarantine/recovery period started; it needs to be an official test result (which needs to accompany the ‘documentation of recovery’ when you travel).  How much does it cost to get a Documentation of Recovery Each QuickMD consultation only costs $75, which includes the doctor’s note (if all requirements of self-isolation are met).  Is the documentation of recovery I will receive official and accepted by the airlines? Our notes satisfy the CDC’s requirements for a valid ‘Documenta

WHO says it is analysing two new Omicron COVID sub-variants (BA.4 and BA.5)

April 11 (Reuters) - The World Health Organization said it is tracking a few dozen cases of two new sub-variants of the highly transmissible Omicron strain of the coronavirus to assess whether they are more infectious or dangerous. It has added BA.4 and BA.5, sister variants of the original BA.1 Omicron variant, to its list for monitoring. It is already tracking BA.1 and BA.2 - now globally dominant - as well as BA.1.1 and BA.3. The WHO said it had begun tracking them because of their "additional mutations that need to be further studied to understand their impact on immune escape potential". Viruses mutate all the time but only some mutations affect their ability to spread or evade prior immunity from vaccination or infection, or the severity of disease they cause. For instance, BA.2 now represents nearly 94% of all sequenced cases and is more transmissible than its siblings, but the evidence so far suggests it is no more likely to cause severe disease. Only a few dozen case

Ivermectin now available over-the-counter from pharmacists in Tennessee

A new law in Tennessee allows physicians and pharmacists to enter into collaborative agreements to make ivermectin available without a prescription. JOHNSON CITY, TN, USA, May 13, 2022 / / -- The nation’s first over-the-counter sale of ivermectin took place May 11, 2022 at The Compounding Lab, a family-owned pharmacy in Johnson City, TN. Denise Sibley, MD & Josh Harrison, DPh, enter into a Collaborative Agreement for OTC ivermectin. Senate Bill 2188  by Senator Frank Niceley and Representative Susan Lynn (companion house bill), was ratified by the Tennessee Legislature and signed by Governor Lee, becoming effective April 22, 2022. This new law allows Tennessee pharmacists to dispense safe USP grade ivermectin over-the-counter under what’s known as a  Collaborative Pharmacy Practice Agreement . TN physicians and pharmacists now have the authority to enter into their own collaborative agreements to make ivermectin available to individuals aged 18 years and older, fol

Travel and COVID-19: 5 Best Travel Insurance for USA of 2022

There’s never been a better time to add travel insurance to your trip plans. Whether you’re spending money on a long-awaited trip or a spur-of-the-moment getaway, travel insurance can save you money, time and frustration if things go wrong. What is travel insurance? Travel insurance is a type of policy that reimburses you for money you lose from non-refundable deposits and payments when something goes wrong on your trip. These problems can range from lost baggage to flight delays to medical problems. The more you’re spending on your trip, the more you likely need travel insurance. This is especially true for international trips and cruises, where travel problems become more expensive to solve. Best Travel Insurance Companies 2022 We take a look at the most popular travel insurance companies in US and try to assist you in deciding which gives you the best value. Here is the list of best travel insurance companies in USA: 1. AXA Assistance USA AXA’s Platinum plan hits all the high poin


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