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Bayer’s Modified Soil Microbes Could Trigger a Genetically Engineered Doomsday

Bayer’s modified soil microbes could trigger a genetically engineered doomsday for agriculture. Is that what Bayer wants? If you don’t like the toxic pollution from industrial agriculture’s synthetic nitrogen fertilizers and pesticides, Bayer and its partner Ginkgo Bioworks have a solution for you. They say they’re going to swap out some of the old fossil-fuel-based… Read More »

Could Hydrogen Peroxide Treat Coronavirus?

Can an inexpensive and easy to administer at-home treatment treat the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2? According to Dr. Thomas Levy,1 the answer is yes. The remedy in question is hydrogen peroxide, aerosolized in any standard nebulizer. Originally conceptualized in the early ’90s by Dr. Charles Farr,2 hydrogen peroxide treatment can successfully treat most viral respiratory illnesses,… Read More »

Millions could be suffering from long Covid, British study suggests

Healthcare workers in North Memorial’s 2019s South Six and South Seven Intensive Care Units treated patients critically ill with COVID-19 on Monday, Dec. 7, 2020 at North Memorial Health Hospital in Robbinsdale, Minn. Aaron Lavinsky | Star Tribune via Getty Images A study in England looking at persistent Covid-19 symptoms suggests that around 2 million… Read More »

Could you write for aidsmap?

Over the past few couple of years we have been supporting new writers to develop their skills and would like to hear from others who would be interested in joining us. We’re inviting new applications to our Emerging Voices programme. It aims to give new writers opportunities to develop their skills in a professional and… Read More »

‘Injecting doubt’: How hard-core COVID vaccine deniers could impact the ‘moveable middle’

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canada ‘The problem of misinformation has been incredibly acute with the pandemic, but it’s not going away. The spread of misinformation is one of the great challenges of our time’ Author of the article: Sharon Kirkey Publishing date: May 27, 2021  •  1 hour ago  •  5 minute read  •  38… Read More »