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October 2, 2021

Take control of your health: A common-sense guide to prevention

If you’re being featured in on a site named “Afro” years after you started shaving (not bald!), then the ancestors must be showing favor on you. Hope you enjoy the read. https://afro.com/take-control-of-your-health-a-common-sense-guide-to-prevention/?fbclid=IwAR2hofvif3Tb9J3phUbjU-1hU9fXpPBM3S0aGGyv1mkiredKsf-ASNj8ts4   The post Take control of your health: A common-sense guide to prevention appeared first on Jeffrey Sterling, MD.
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September 14, 2021

A Deep Dive into Ivermectin – Seven Straight, No Chaser Questions and Answers

1. What is ivermectin? How is it currently used? In humans, ivermectin is an anti-parasitic medication. Although it’s often called an anti-worming medication, microscopic parasites are completely unrelated to what we think of as worms. They also aren’t at all like viruses, and so it isn’t intuitive to think this medicine could be effective against … Continue reading A Deep Dive into Ivermectin – Seven Straight, No Chaser Questions and Answers → The post A Deep Dive into Ivermectin – Seven Straight, No Chaser Questions and Answers appeared first on Jeffrey Sterling, MD.
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September 9, 2021

Comment From A Vaccinated Person: Give Me Some Advice!

Here are four tips for your consideration. 1. Wear a mask. If you thought you got the vaccine to protect others, that’s not exactly true. You got vaccinated to prevent yourself from dying from COVID-19. You wear a mask to protect others from disease you may be carrying. You social distance to lower the risk … Continue reading Comment From A Vaccinated Person: Give Me Some Advice! → The post Comment From A Vaccinated Person: Give Me Some Advice! appeared first on Jeffrey Sterling, MD.
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