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Top Health Tips: For a Pandemic and Beyond

top health tips

  What we can do to improve our health during a pandemic and beyond: My top health tips This is not medical or public health advice. This is information only, though things that I myself do.  By Dr. Eeks  A lot of the news is about things we can’t do during the pandemic. There are […]

“Why is no one talking about how fat and unhealthy we are during this pandemic?!?”

Some people are like Veggie Burgers. They fall apart when you grill them. Erin Stair, MD, MPH bloomingwellness.com (10)

  Hi guys. I hear this question a lot… like, maybe three times a day. I wanted to answer this question and include a little history about when we FIRST recognized obesity as an epidemic in America and around the world. Hope you watch from my Youtube channel and feel free to share/subscribe. I’m not […]

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What’s going on with Ivermectin?

What's going on with Ivermectin?

What’s going on with Ivermectin? Everyone is asking what’s going on with Ivermectin. It’s been in and out of the news since the summer, and it remains a controversial topic. Ivermectin is an anti-parasite drug that has been used in human and animal medicine for many years. Early in the pandemic, it was suggested that […]

Antibody Dependent Enhancement: With Dr. Robert Malone

Antibody Dependent Enhancement

Antibody Dependent Enhancement, or ADE for short! There are several viral videos with millions of views referencing something called Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE) as a potential effect of COVID-19 vaccines or vaccines in general. Some make very bold claims and it’s difficult to sort fact from fiction from hyperbole in these videos. I watched one […]

Early At-Home Treatment for COVID-19

Early At-Home Treatment for COVID-19

  Disclaimer: After a large randomized controlled trial, the FDA revoked the EUA authorization for hydroxychloroquine and no longer recommends its use for COVID-19. Other early treatment drugs continue to be tested in large randomized controlled trials. Please keep that in mind if you listen to the podcast. While doctors can prescribe drugs off-label, a […]

How Many Deaths did COVID-19 Cause? A Quick Lesson On Causation

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How many deaths did COVID-19 really cause? Causation can be tricky, especially if you believe in upstream & downstream causes for something happening.  So, I wanted to teach a lesson on causation using my coffee mugs. I  posted a link to my Vimeo video that you can watch OR I invite you to watch the […]

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The Relationship between Obesity and COVID-19

Obesity and COVID-19

  What is the relationship between Obesity and COVID-19? Does one fuel the other and vice versa? You know, the pandemic has bred a lot of memes. Some of the memes were about how folks were gaining the “COVID-19”, meaning 19 pounds while on lockdown or in quarantine. Folks were gaining weight! When I first […]

Should Kids Go Back to School during the Coronavirus

Should kids go back to school and the Coronavirus, with Dr. Jonas Ludvigsson

Whether or not kids should go back to school during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a hot topic with strong opinions on both sides of the issue.  This includes expert public health opinions on both sides of the issue, so it’s not as if all the public health professionals support one side over the other. […]

COVID and Strokes: Who’s at Risk?

Coronavirus and Strokes: Who's at Risk?

A lot of my friends and readers have been asking me about the covid and strokes.  A few folks have sent me articles from newspapers and online blogs featuring harrowing stories related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and strokes. One article I read was about a 45 year old man who tested positive for COVID-19. He […]

Our Health Information Crisis

Where do you get your health information from_ Who do you trust_

Our Health Information Crisis, happening now: A few months ago, I was scrolling through a Facebook group I joined and saw a post from a woman who was inquiring what vaccines her new puppy should get. She wrote two, detailed paragraphs and was clearly hesitant about vaccines. One of the group Admins responded that the […]

Anecdo or Anecdon’t? Traditional Science vs Anecdotal Evidence in The Age of the Coronavirus

Anecdotal Evidence for the Coronavirus

By: Dr. Eeks As COVID-19 takes over our entire lives, one thing is evident: No one definitively knows how to treat it. This makes sense, because it’s a new infectious disease; the new kid on the block who everyone is desperately trying to understand. Treatment is supportive, essentially keeping fevers from getting too high, airways […]

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