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World renowned public health physician, Dr. David O. Carpenter enlightens us on how to optimize our immune response to the novel coronavirus with four key strategies.
Key questions discussed:
- Are toxic cleaning products worthwhile now because of the novel coronavirus?
- Homebound with wireless devices, are our EMF exposures undermining our immune response to covid-19?
- Is climate change going to make infectious diseases part of our new normal?
- Can air pollution make you more vulnerable to the coronavirus?
Dr. David O. Carpenter is a world-renowned research physician, author, editor, professor, and much more. Since 2001, he has been the Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University at SUNY Albany in upstate NY. The Institute is a Collaborating Center of the World Health Organization.
Dr. Carpenter has more than 435 peer-reviewed publications, 6 books and 50 reviews and book chapters to his credit. He has co-edited two books on EMFs and has served as the co-editor of the Bioinitiative Report, a landmark summary on what the science has found from 1800 scientific studies on how EMFs may affect human health and development.
Dr. Carpenter shares fascinating insights into our immune system, the novel coronavirus, the 1918 flu, and how our immune response is influenced by chemicals, heavy metals, and electromagnetic fields. He shares four empowering strategies to optimize your immune response to Covid-19. These strategies are also important in reducing the risks of many other health issues as well.
- novel coronavirus (Covid-19)
- 1918 flu, tuberculosis
- immune system reactions to toxic chemicals, heavy metals, and EMFs
- cell phones, wifi routers
- reactive oxygen species
- 5G and Covid-19
- climate change and infectious diseases
- diet, sleep, stress, anxiety, relationships
- cleaning products, steam cleaning
- sick building syndrome
Resources mentioned on the podcast
Dr. David O. Carpenter
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Podcast composer: Chris Robertson