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Omicron Survival Strategy

Omicron Survival Strategy

What should one do about omicron? First, take a deep breath. We have the playbook for this. It is called layered defense. In 2020, we did not know how Covid spread, what measures could block the spread. We didn’t have vaccines, immunoglobulins, and oral medications. We also learned that lockdowns in First World didn’t work. They caused social and political disruptions, significant psychological damage to the elderly and children. First World lockdowns deprived the Third world of medical supplies and food, causing non-Covid deaths. We now realize the virus will continue to circulate regardless of any of our efforts, but its damage can be contained. Read the Great Barrington Declaration. We know the drill for airborne pathogens. Cut the exposure with ventilation, masks, and social distancing indoors. This worked so well last year there was no seasonal flu. When Covid is flaring, quarantine is needed for nursing home populations and other susceptible individuals…

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Simvastatin Reduces Breast Cancer Mortality

Simvastatin Reduces Breast Cancer Mortality

Why is it Not in Common Use? Cancer cells are hypermetabolic. They manufacture cholesterol at elevated rates to build new cell walls which enables their uncontrolled growth. In cell cultures, tumors deprived of cholesterol stop growing. Pravachol (pravastatin),...

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Mask Sense and Mask Nonsense

Mask Sense and Mask Nonsense

Delta is Hunting You and Your Children Ins and Outs of Booster Shots Winter is coming. People will spend more time indoors, and the opportunity to spread Covid-19 is greater. Among the unvaccinated, the Delta variant is turning this into a massacre. Vaccination is...

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The Dangerous Delta COVID-21 Virus

The Dangerous Delta COVID-21 Virus

By Dr. James Katz, MD, MPH The Delta variant of COVID-19 is the fourth major mutation of the pandemic. It has modified spike proteins which attach more efficiently to human cells than the original COVID-19. Its genetic programming is more potent — infected cells...

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Preventing Cavities Could Also Save Your Life

Preventing Cavities Could Also Save Your Life

Seven Minutes a Day is All It Takes To save money, save your teeth, and preserve your health. By Dr. James Katz, MD, MPH Inflammation of the gums is associated with heart disease, stroke, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and pneumonia. DNA from oral bacteria have been...

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Age Management Boston programs help patients reach optimal health and maintain their youth.

Age Management Boston designs individualized health programs to reduce the effects of aging, prevent degenerative disease, and improve long-term quality of life. Based on a patient’s individual health needs and lifestyle goals, Dr. Katz and Dr. Nadelberg create programs that leverage the synergies between diet, exercise, and conventional and alternative medicines to promote greater energy and develop optimal fitness.

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