Our NLR results

The importance of copper in the function of neutrophils and lymphocytes as been addressed on another post. This post never actually presented real data. We retrospectively analyzed data from a study performed by KGK Synergize in 2014. KGK analyzed the raw numbers of neutrophils and lymphocytes using an ANOVA model because the data were nonparametric.Continue reading “Our NLR results”

Copper for Covid

Inspired by Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)- Using Ascorbic Acid and Zinc Supplementation (COVIDAtoZ) This study protocol differs from other iterations as the Covid-19 death toll reaches 400,000. There’s a nice zinc supplement study zinc supplement study: A single-center, prospective, open label four arm study (1. Zinc only 2. Zinc and ascorbic acid 3. Ascorbic acid onlyContinue reading “Copper for Covid”

Covid-19 vaccines

Covid-19 vaccines share many side effects with the actual infection. Wikipedia has a page on Coivd-19 vaccines at various stages of clinical trials. Fever, fatigue, and muscle pain are many recorded side effects from clinical trials with results. The mRNA-1273 vaccine, sponsored by Moderna, NIAID, BARDA has a different set of side effects. One ofContinue reading “Covid-19 vaccines”

Covid citizen scientist

Long haul Covid-19 According to the National Health Service of the UK, long term Covid may have some of the following symptoms: extreme tiredness (fatigue) shortness of breath chest pain or tightness problems with memory and concentration (“brain fog”) difficulty sleeping (insomnia) heart palpitations dizziness pins and needles high temperature depression and anxiety joint painContinue reading “Covid citizen scientist”

locus ceruleus ventilation

Coivd-19 patients have difficulty breathing.  Is this due to lost of lung capacity, the cytokine storm, or a combination of the two?  The neurons of the locus ceruleus are themselves very sensitive to CO2/pH. [1]  The A6 norepinepthrine releasing neurons of the LC play a role in translating changes in CO2/pH  to changes in respiration.Continue reading “locus ceruleus ventilation”