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What Should You Do If You Get Flu?

February 26, 2020


3 Comments

  • Reply HeyMJ February 25, 2020 at 2:06 pm

    Well done! A very good, informative PSA. 👍🏻

  • Reply Kelli Votel February 25, 2020 at 2:44 pm

    Seriously? This is how you are dealing with the potential spread of CoronaVirus Covid19??? We aren’t sheeple 🐑 We deserve better. How about aggressive testing & transparency? How about giving us a ‘fight’ing chance?

  • Reply ashy slashy February 25, 2020 at 2:46 pm

    New clinical trial in China poised to offer relief to people suffering from coronavirus

    According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, China is currently conducting a clinical trial involving a whopping 24,000 mg/day of intravenous vitamin C
    delivered to patients suffering from a coronavirus-related acute
    respiratory ailment known as severe acute respiratory infection (SARI).
    They will receive it for seven days straight at the Zhongnan Hospital of
    Wuhan University.

    In their study description, the researchers
    mention that vitamin C is known to prevent and reduce the duration of
    the common cold, and that a deficiency in this vitamin has also been
    linked with an increased risk of pneumonia and flu. They also note that
    in severe infection processes, white blood cells can “accumulate in the
    lungs, destroying alveolar capillaries. Early clinical studies have
    shown that vitamin C can effectively prevent this process.”

    The
    authors are hopeful that high-dose vitamin C infusion will reverse the
    fluid overload and vascular injury that has been happening so
    aggressively in their patients who acquired SARI after becoming infected
    by 2019-nCoV.

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