Coronavirus Claims Cause FDA To Go After 41 Bogus Homeopathy, Supplement And ‘Alternative’ Medicine Products

Journalist Chris Cuomo and his spouse were criticized after endorsing a variety of nonsense products recommended by their “naturopath” to treat his COVID-19 – claims that involved light energy, tinctures and a variety of useless placebos.

They are more common than the U.S. Food and Drug Administration either realizes or is willing to admit. Maybe they don’t worry more because President Clinton’s Dietary Supplement and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA) tied their hands, and $35 billion a year in bogus products are allowed to bilk the public if they simply put a tiny disclaimer at the bottom noting FDA has not evaluated their cosmic claims. Wealthy elites like the Cuomos flock to these alternatives because their intellectual proclivities cause them to believe Science Is A Corporate Conspiracy and that nature used to cure everything until Big Pharma pushed that out of the way.

COVID-19, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus that

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As coronavirus crisis gives push to digital medicine, Israeli startups answer the call – Business

A black coronavirus cloud is hovering ov er the Israeli high-tech industry. According to IVC Research Center, which tracks the sector, investment in startup companies plunged 50% in March. Many companies are laying off staff, revising their outlooks for the year downward and seeing the valuations fall.

Some segments, such as cybersecurity and remote services, have avoided the downturn. Not surprisingly, so has digital medicine – which seems headed for an era of rapid expansion as the pandemic creates upheaval in the world’s health care systems.

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“The coronavirus is expected to significantly accelerate changes in medicine. What was supposed to take 10 years is going to happen inside a year. Not just digitization of medical procedures but also a transition from tele-medicine to real-time medicine and health care based

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Montana State Parks :: Medicine Rocks

Medicine Rocks


Photo of tall rock outcrops. Photo of medicine rocks at night.Photo of rock cliffs.

Medicine Rocks


Enjoy photography, hiking and wildlife viewing at Medicine Rocks. As the name implies it was a place of “big medicine” where Indian hunting parties gathered.



4/24/2020 Update
Campground will open May 1, 2020. Amenities may be limited. Social distancing is still required per the Governor’s statewide directive to reduce spread of COVID-19.



Hours listed below are normal operating hours and may not apply when there is a special restriction or closure. Check Alerts.


Open year-round. Day use hours: 7 am – 10 pm.

Open year-round. Campsites are on a first come first serve basis.

Available year-round


1141 Hwy. 7
Ekalaka, MT
Latitude/Longitude: (46.04550 / -104.45839)
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Arts in Medicine – UAB Medicine

About Arts in Medicine

The UAB Institute for Arts in Medicine (AIM) encourages healing through the arts. The first of its kind in Alabama, AIM provides engaging arts opportunities to patients, caregivers, and even clinical staff to enhance their physical environment through creative bedside interaction, art exhibits, and performances in common spaces.

Services are provided by professional artists in residence, all of whom are trained in creative activities for the health care setting. They use visual art, crafts, storytelling, dance and movement, guided meditation, theatre, and creative writing to deliver the proven benefits of Arts in Medicine, which include reduced stress levels, greater pain tolerance, improved moods, and faster recovery rates.

The program is a partnership between UAB Medicine and UAB Visual and Performing Arts and underscores UAB’s commitment to patient-centered care. Piloted in 2013, AIM maintains a rotating schedule for a growing number of UAB Medicine units.

Patients or

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Abacus Medicine – Better Access. Better Healthcare.

Information on the Corona virus crisis

In many countries, the healthcare systems are currently experiencing an exceptionally difficult period as a result of the Corona virus (Covid-19).

Abacus Medicine is part of the pharmaceutical supply chain and we are continuing our operations in order to offer all possible support.

We will continue to purchase medicine from our suppliers and continue to deliver medicine to hospitals, pharmacies and all other customers.

We are operating in accordance with the instructions and recommendations from the relevant, national authorities. Some of our employees are already working from home, but our service and supply remains unaffected. We are in full operation and will continue to answer your calls and reply to your e-mails. 

Please rest assured that we are doing everything within our control to ensure the continued supply of medicine.


For Healthcare Authorities

Our extensive network in the EU and globally often allows us

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