In response to NYTimes columnist David Leonhardt published March 10, 2020 about 7 steps to minimize risk of spreading corona virus (COVID-10), who asked “Did I miss anything?” March 11, 2020 Hi Mr Leonhardt Thanks for asking. I have been a primary care doc for nearly 30 years (in Juneau Alaska). Did you know that our endogenous anti-viral is FEVER? https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rspb.2013.2570?fbclid=IwAR2fUpjtOWW2nbeegsqK535uLj0ywwdtzq0EgonfRfPWTghmfKij8gFldVc& Also https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2951171/?fbclid=IwAR2WTSgftKKaqiz685EtWNoua_OC2kcQ-GK80IabyD7ovTLpyZ8M9_C1vIc#__sec14title Humans capable of mounting an appropriate immune response develop a fever when exposed to viral infections. Viruses are tiny, as you know, and do their dirty work inside cells. As opposed to bacteria, which are much larger and infect the space outside our cells, typically producing snot and phlegm and the like (mucus mixed with spent white blood cells). The fact that the virus may abate with warmer weather has gotten some airplay but the deeper message is not getting across: viruses dislike heat. Most viruses cannot survive in temperatures above say 103 degrees F. I have instructed all my patients, besides assiduous prolonged hand washing and keeping fingers away from the “danger triangle” of eyes, nose...
Ready for a spring cleanse? Here comes the the 2020 virtual version; a collaboration with Dr. Emily Kane and YOU. This month-long, self-care commitment will set you up for the graceful aging that you know is within reach. Join with wellness enthusiasts and optimal health seekers to reboot. The group format will help us stay committed. The individual session with me will help to personalize your process. My aim is to offer durable advice to help you regain and/or maintain optimal WELLNESS. Dates: April 14 through May 12 via ZOOM. This will be fun! Format: 5 interactive lectures with Dr. Kane, on Tuesdays from 3-4 PM starting April 14 through May 12. Location: via ZOOM on your computer! Curriculum: Classes will focus on finding your best diet, improving sleep quality, sticking with moving your body daily, skin brushing, home hydrotherapy, and much more. You will learn to apply simple self-health tips with a special focus on clearing or preventing viral infections. Hint: viruses dislike heat — so you need to sweat! Cost: $200: $65 for 5 lectures, $20 for urine pH...
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So has the US Public Health Service Here is some great information to explain why, and what to do about it: Allergens & Irritants Guide http://www.niehs.nih.gov/health/topics/agents/allergens/ Guide to Common Allergies http://www.treeremoval.com/tree-pollen-and-other-common-allergies/ Skin Allergies http://acaai.org/allergies/types/skin-allergies I would add to this section that in general I don’t find the skin scratch tests useful for ingested allergens. The very best test to figure out food allergens (not necessarily a full blown anaphylactic reaction, but hives or GI disturbance or even mood changes can be caused by food irritants) is the MRI/LEAP test. Learn more at www.NOWLEAP.com The Guide to Animal and Insect Allergen-Free Homes http://www.cleanitsupply.com/t/The_Guide_to_Animal_and_Insect_Allergen-Free_Homes.aspx Food Allergies and Eczema http://nationaleczema.org/eczema/types-of-eczema/atopic-dermatitis-2/food-allergies/