Next COVID-19 Drug Enemy – The Viral “Molecular Scissor”

The novel coronavirus uses an enzymatic cutter for virus production that also disables essential immune proteins. The Plan American and Polish scientists, reporting October 16, 2020, in the journal Science Advances, put together a new plan for a potential drug...

The Common Cold Might Help You Ward Off Covid-19!

Common colds are undoubtedly unpleasant, but a recent study from infectious disease experts of the University of Rochester Medical Center claims that the colds we've experienced in the past might help us protect ourselves against Covid-19. The study was posted...

Antipsychotics Prescribed to Adults With Depression Linked to Higher Mortality Rate

Researchers have found that adults suffering from depression who started to take a dose of newer antipsychotic drugs have a higher mortality risk in comparison to a control group that initiated augmentation with a second antidepressant. The research was carried...

Doctors Recommend Waiting A Bit Before Getting Your Flue Shot

As we are nearing the regular flu season, some doctors suggest waiting for a few weeks before getting your flu shot. Health experts claim that, though September regularly marks the start of the flu season, social distancing and the additional...

How to Make Elderberry Tincture to Use for Cold, Flu and Viral Infections

​Elderberry, more specifically the subspecies Sambucus nigra and Sambucus canadensis, has been used for centuries against colds, flu, and viral infections. Lately, a new interest in the plant has prompted numerous large studies to determine its efficacy, and impressive enough, it turns out...

Honey is More Efficient Than Medication for Curing Respiratory Symptoms

​Honey has been proved to be more effective and less harmful than common medication used to improve symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections, more so when it comes to cough frequency and cough severity, as per a systematic review and meta-analysis of...

The Most Used Pain Relief Drug Worldwide Develops Multiple Perception Issues

​One of the most consumed medications in the United States, and the most commonly taken analgesic across the world, could be doing a lot of harm while we believe it takes the edge off our headache, new evidence says. Acetaminophen, also...

Polo Funding Offers a Realistic Debt Recovery Plan

Even if your finances aren’t where you’d like them to be today, this doesn’t mean that things can’t go your way tomorrow. All you have to do is find out what’s not working, then figure out how to fix it. ...

Chippewa Woman dies of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE)

A woman in her 60's from Chippewa County has passed away from eastern equine encephalitis (known as EEE). That is the second recorded human case of EEE in the same state so far in 2020. According to the Wisconsin Department...

Only 1 in 10 Medical Treatments is Supported by High-Quality Evidence, Study Finds

When you take the medications your doctor has prescribed, you might assume that the treatment has solid evidence to support it. But you're extremely wrong. One in ten medical treatments only is backed up by high-quality evidence, latest research shows. The...