Reproductive Milestones Are Under Assault Part 1 of 4 – Early Puberty

Reproductive Milestones Are Under Assault Part 1 of 4 – Early Puberty Girls are sexually maturing (puberty) and menstruating (menarche) at younger and younger ages.  Historically, menarche occurred between 15-17 years of age.  Puberty and menarche ages began to decline in the 1950’s, remaining stable at an average age of 12.  This began occurring shortly …

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Notes from the Front Lines of Covid-19 in a New York City Hospital – Part 3

Notes from the Front Lines of Covid-19 in a New York City Hospital – Part 3 Another Day from a Doctor’s Perspective (Note: Dr. Pfau’s son is a physician working in a Brooklyn, NY hospital. These are excerpts from his texts). On Friday, NYC had 57,000 confirmed cases, more than one-fourth of all cases in …

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Human Papillomavirus Vaccination and Declining Birth Rates

Human Papillomavirus Vaccination and Declining Birth Rates Data representing 8 million 25 to 29 year old women in the U.S. show an association between lower pregnancy rates in women who had the HPV vaccine compared to women who did not receive the shot.  The study’s author stressed that the study did not prove causation, because …

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Notes from the Front Lines of Covid-19 in a New York City Hospital – Part 2

Notes from the Front Lines of Covid-19 in a New York City Hospital – Part 2 A Typical Day from a Doctor’s Perspective (Note:  Dr. Pfau’s son is a physician working in a Brooklyn, NY hospital.  These are excerpts from his texts). 11 AM.  We go on rounds, discuss patients, discuss plans, figure out next …

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Notes from the Front Lines of Covid-19 in a New York City Hospital – Part 1

Notes from the Front Lines of Covid-19 in a New York City Hospital – Part 1 A Typical Day from a Doctor’s Perspective (Note:  Dr. Pfau’s son is a physician working in a Brooklyn, NY hospital.  These are excerpts from his texts). The Hospital is trying to expand quickly, with the peak expected in 7-21 …

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Children’s Vaccines and Aluminum Safety Questions

Children’s Vaccines and Aluminum Safety Questions Two recent studies examined aluminum exposure when following the current CDC (Centers for Disease Control) pediatric vaccine schedule.  They found that aluminum clearance and possible toxicity could be an issue for young children.  The Hep B vaccine, which the CDC recommends to be given to all newborns, contains 17 …

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How to increase your odds of surviving COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses Part IV

How to increase your odds of surviving COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses Part IV Zinc helps boost the immune system and has anti-viral activity.  The anti-viral activity of zinc depends on it getting inside cells.  However, zinc by itself does not enter cells very well. Chloroquine (see below), a zinc ionophore, helps zinc enter cells and …

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How to increase your odds of surviving COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses Part III

How to increase your odds of surviving COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses  Part III Vitamin A helps protect the epithelium and mucus membranes.  Epithelial cells line our lungs as well. Vitamin A also promotes a healthy and more balanced immune system.  Low serum carotenoids are associated with greater mortality. Eat sweet potatoes, carrots, broccoli, squash, …

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