Bottom line when it comes to COVID-19: it can (and might) kill you. It's world-wide. It's not over. Expect a second wave. There's no cure; nothing to prevent it; no vaccine. You may not like social distancing, but it's the name of the game.
We really don't think about the immune system in quite the same way, in part because it's such a mystery.
Until the pandemic, many people didn’t think about their immune system. Would you like an immune system that protects you against infections and cancer? An immune system that protects you against virulent viruses like COVID-19 coronavirus? Well of course you would, but you know until the pandemic, many people didn’t think about their immune system.
It is a novel or “first exposure” virus meaning that the adaptive component of our immune system utterly lacks memory to fight this infection.
Here is what concerns us. This drug has not been rigorously studied and its efficacy and safety in treating this vicious virus is unknown. Our group of some 16 family physicians have been in a buzz about the recent recommendations to treat COVID-19 coronavirus infection with a drug called hydroxychloroquine.
Many of my patients have asked me, "What do I think of the recommendation to use hydroxychloroquine to prevent COVID-19?" After the president went on national television Sunday, April 5 promoting the medication hydroxychloroquine to prevent and treat COVID-19 coronavirus, many of my patients have asked me what I thought of his recommendation.
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As promised. A great tasting smoothie made with foods scientifically shown to stimulate aphrodisia!
Does it improve sexual function and sexual desire – libido and sexual performance?” People ask, and I think rightfully so, “Is chocolate an aphrodisiac? Does it improve sexual function and sexual desire – libido and sexual performance?”
A study published in the International Journal for Impotence Research in 2011, showed that pistachios taken 100 grams daily by men, improved erectile function.
Foods that jump start sexual desire. Are they for real? Writing today about aphrodisiac foods and today ‘s subject is saffron. Saffron is a beautiful little flower native to Asia and the Middle East.
Scientific studies show Fenugreek enhances sexual desire and sexual function in both men and women! ontinue the dialogue today on aphrodisiac foods and in particular drilling down on one called Fenugreek.