Interview with an Expert- Dr. Joe Esposito on Immunity Join us as Dr. Esposito answers questions about the effectiveness of the flu vaccine, why […]
Is there really a “Flu Season”? Watch the video below as Dr. Bagley discusses the concept of the Flu Season.
Baby drinks the flu virus and doesn’t get sick! Watch the video below to hear the full story
The media perpetuates the idea in which a supposed flu season exists for a window of time and people must weather through it each year. Vaccine and drug companies spend millions of dollars creating the misconception that a period of time takes place every year where people become more susceptible to the flu and sickness. These same companies make hundreds of millions of dollars in profits when their tactics lead people to fearfully and anxiously spend money on various pills and injections which carry no guarantee or certainty of sickness prevention. The truth remains that the body will always encounter germs on a second by second basis and many possess the capability to create cold and flu-like symptoms. The key variable in a world full of invisible germs does not come from drugs and pills but in the body’s ability to combat and fight these invaders year round.
Nearly half of all men between forty-five to sixty-nine years old regularly use over-the-counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatory pain medications (NSAIDs). Concern over this staggering statistic amplifies when considering the number of diseases traced to the side-effects of taking NSAIDs. Studies published over the last fifteen years link regular NSAID use to hypertension, gastro-intestinal bleeding, Alzheimer’s, dementia, heart attacks, stroke, hearing loss, kidney disease, and poor wound healing. Regular NSAID use consists of taking these drugs five times or more each week. Studies completed in 2011, 2017, and early 2018 also prove a link between regular NSAID use and lowered sperm counts, low T (testosterone), and erectile dysfunction.