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Coronavirus VIII: Why Does S. Korea Have Lower Death Rate Compared to US?

South Korea was one of the first countries affected by Coronavirus after China. Their first case occurred January 20, 2020. The number of cases remained low until February 18 when the country reported 31 new cases. A few days later hundreds more were confirmed and continued to rise. At...

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Coronavirus VII: We Are Ready and You Can Be Ready Too!

For over 25 years my office, The Center for Holistic Medicine  located in West Bloomfield, MI, has been effectively treating viral infections. The last few days I have seen the panic that is occurring: schools are closing, college students sent home, and all large events are being cancelled. Rather...

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Coronavirus Part VI: Why COVID-19 Is More Deadly to the Chinese

I have written five previous blog posts about coronavirus. In those posts I told you that I thought the final mortality rate in the US for COVID-19 would be comparable to the flu mortality rate. Right now, the COVID-19 mortality rate is very high—around 2%. The flu mortality rate...

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Coronavirus Part V: The Epic Failure at The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention

  I just finished a busy week seeing patients. During this time, I saw at least six patients who had flu-like illnesses. Did they have COVID-19? I don’t know. Why don’t I know? I can’t tell my patients if the are sick with coronavirus because there are no test...

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Coronavirus Part III: Say It Ain’t So

The White House is asking Congress for AT LEAST (oy vey) $2.5 billion in emergency funds, in part, to develop a vaccine for the Coronavirus outbreak. (1)   I have written two recent blog posts about coronavirus which you can find on my homepage (www.drbrownstein.com). Before we give any...

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Coronavirus Part II

  A little over two weeks ago, I wrote to you about the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic in a blog post titled, ‘Coronavirus: What to Do.’ In that post, I suggested that coronavirus, like most flu-like viruses, can be effectively managed with a holistic approach of eating a diet free...

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Coronavirus: What To Do

I am sure you are aware of the coronavirus infection that is causing concern around the world. A January 24, 2020 study in The Lancet reported the latest statistics. (1) The fatality rate (so far) from the corona infection is approaching 15%. That is not good news.   There...

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WSJ Article on Flu Shots: Perfect Example of Fake News!

My friend Brad texted me during the Michigan-Michigan State football game yesterday telling me I have to read the flu shot article in the WSJ and write about it. Well, I got home from the BIG Michigan victory (Go Blue!) and promptly read the November 16, 2019 article (https://www.wsj.com/articles/one-problem-with-flu-shot-not-enough-people-get-it-11573813801?mod=searchresults&page=1&pos=1)....

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