Billions paid out over potential ties between talc powder and Roundup, and cancer

Two important legal battles reached decision points on settlements and damages recently – one against Johnson & Johnson’s talc products and the other against Monsanto’s Roundup, both for causing cancers. If you don’t already avoid these products, we recommend that you do. Johnson & Johnson is ordered to pay $2.1 billion to women who claim…

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COVID Antibodies Decline, But The Question About Lasting Immunity is Still Unanswered

Protective antibodies against COVID-19 may only last a short time after infection, new evidence shows. However, it doesn’t mean that scientists have definitively answered the question about lasting immunity for this particular virus. The current thinking is that even low levels of powerful neutralizing antibodies may still be protective – after all, the immune system…

No Further Trials Needed to Determine if Omega-3 Fats Reduce the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease and Death

This new meta-analysis indicates that ‘no further trials are needed to better evaluate the efficacy of PUFAs in preventing death related to CVD”. A total of 100,609 patients were analyzed. Reduction in mortality due to cardiovascular issues was statistically significant with a relative risk of 0.937, CI 0.88-0.98, P=0.018. Is it time to put this decades-long debate to bed? We think so.

Higher Serum Chemicals Linked with Celiac Disease

Having increased exposure to environmental chemicals, such as those found in pesticides, non-stick cookware, and fire retardants, is positively associated with increased incidence of Celiac Disease. Specifically, young individuals with high serum levels of dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (DDE) are twice as likely to have developed Celiac Disease. When looking at females only, the risk is even greater…

Diet is a Significant Underlying Driver of Acne

A new study of 24,452 participants published in JAMA Dermatology confirms what we see in clinic – that diet makes a huge difference in acne. In particular, foods that are high in a combination of fat and sugar, sugary drinks, and dairy products are associated with adult acne. Our success in treating acne comes from the review of all potential drivers of immune reactivity and inflammation that can be unique to each individual.

New Preprint Article – DrKF’s Latest Analysis on Furin’s Connection to SARS Cov-2 and Treatment Implications Now Available on SSRN

My research and analysis on the important connections between furin and SARS CoV-2 has been accepted as a preprint article on SSRN. Thank you, David Riley, for making that happen! Abstract: Furin is a protease that is ubiquitous in the mammalian metabolism. One of the innovations that make SARS-CoV-2 more infectious than its ancestor viruses…