The Long-Term Effects of the Corona Virus
The long-term effects of the Covidvirus are becoming apparent. Those whom have been shielding are feeling vulnerable and afraid to go out into busy areas, especially now cases are rising again. Those whom have suffered from the virus, even those with mild attacks may have had recurring illnesses and post viral fatigue, with bronchial complications too. Strange symptoms such as tiredness persist and cough and breathing difficulties which may take months to heal, I know I have been weary for months, I have breathlessness and still have a persistent cough although they are improving.Bypassing the Need for and Avoiding the Risks of Covid-19 Vaccines
Studies on stealth adapted viruses identified a non-immunological anti-virus defense mechanism mediated by the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway. Enhancing the ACE pathway may provide a far better approach to controlling the Covid-19 pandemic than the use of potentially toxic vaccines.How To Stop Losing Your Temper With Your Kids And Have Better Anger Management As A Parent
As a parent you may find yourself dealing with daily situations in which you may get frustrated with your child. While such challenges may be more common with your teen age child, it can also occur with your own adult child who may or may not also have his or her own children. How can you make sure that such situations do not make you yell and lose your temper?Born to Be a Ten
This article looks at what many believe it takes to be successful. It contradicts the present day focus on achievement and looks deeper.The New School Year Has Started – What Grade Are You In?
I always like September because I feel like it really is the start to the new year. Maybe it is remembering having all new school supplies, lunchbox, clothes, etc. I call it my “new yellow pencil mentality”.