One of the aspects of the coronavirus epidemic that has been latched onto by the Press is the fact that thousands of people are stranded aboard two quarantined cruise ships. As a cruise enthusiast, that piqued my interest. There are 3,711 passengers and crew on Diamond Princess anchored off the coast of Yokohama, near Tokyo, … Continue reading Coronavirus: Cruise ships in quarantine, symptoms, epidemic vs pandemic, vaccine research
Those of us who live with multiple sclerosis know exactly how we, as individuals, are affected by the symptoms we experience. What we cannot know, however, is how others are affected, as no two people with MS have exactly the same symptoms. One thing we do know, though, is that influenza can make us feel … Continue reading MS, Combined with Flu, Had Me on the Floor Again
As a journalist it has been strange to see how, over the years, attitudes change – and here I am really talking about the opinions of parents, good loving parents, towards vaccines and, in particular, vaccinating their children. Now, we know that the regional, national and international health agencies are all pro-vaccines and their use … Continue reading Born before measles vaccine, how did parents cope?
Natural News has added a very welcome voice of reason and calm to the possible cause of the sudden death of chart-topping rock music star Prince, born Prince Rogers Nelson in June 1958. While other websites, as well as some anti-vaccine campaigners, have actively promoted the theory that his death may have been the outcome … Continue reading Let’s wait and see cause of Prince’s death