The Case Against Processed Vegetable Oils

This article was previously published October 31, 2020, and has been updated with new information. Dr. Paul Saladino is the author of “The Carnivore Code.” I’ve previously interviewed him about the carnivore diet and the impact of metabolic health on COVID-19 outcomes. The podcast1 above features Saladino on an episode of the Joe Rogan podcast.… Read More »

German Sustainability Award: To Billie Eilish From Space

Duesseldorf, Germany, 30.11.2021 – Superstar Billie Eilish receives this year’s German Sustainability Award for her special commitment to climate protection. The award will be handed over virtually by German astronaut Matthias Maurer (ESA) aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Both Billie and the astronaut will join the ceremony virtually on Friday, December 3, in Duesseldorf.… Read More »

Can This Herb Inhibit Viral Activity?

Traditional plant-based medicine has a long history and plant-sourced medicines have largely contributed to health and Western medicine. Natural Product Insider1 recently reported the results of botanical research in which Artemisia annua was selected as the best herbal candidate against SARS-CoV-2. There are two common forms of Artemisia, also called wormwood. These are Artemisia vulgaris… Read More »

HUBER+SUHNER and McLaren Applied launch first 5G edge computing rail antenna

Now enabling 5G applications to run on trains, the HUBER+SUHNER SENCITY® Rail ACTIVE Rooftop antenna is the first-of-its-kind rail antenna that contains an embedded radio and compute module to offer increased data throughput to support 5G services. It is an all-in-one active antenna with a single ethernet cable input for power and data transmission. Travellers… Read More »

What You Need to Know About Comirnaty

In this interview, Dr. Meryl Nass, an internist specializing in toxicology, vaccine-induced illnesses and Gulf War illness, shares her insights into the dangers of the COVID jab, which received an emergency use authorization October 26, 2021, for children as young as 5. We also discuss the conflicts of interest within the U.S. Food and Drug… Read More »