Yes, you read the correctly. Two weeks ago I tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19. I did not get COVID-19, which is to say I have not had flu or other respiratory symptoms. December 25th, was formally… Read More »I Tested Positive for SARS-CoV-2
We’ve been hearing talk about herd immunity quite a lot recently. Is this our light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel or just more media hype? In this post, I attempt to get a more realistic picture of what’s… Read More »Is Herd Immunity Even Possible with Coronavirus?
In light of the lack of vaccine or any other “cure” for COVID-19, a lot of focus on preventing the virus from getting a foot-hold and on supporting your immune system to fight the virus. Here is a “cheat sheet” of things you can do right now to help fight the virus.
There has been a lot of contradictory advice over whether or not to wear a mask, surgical or otherwise, to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Warning! This video was originally posted on March 22, 2020. New research suggests that, contrary to Dr. Price’s advice, we should all be wearing masks, in addition to physical distancing. This video has already been viral for weeks (no pun… Read More »COVID-19: How to protect yourself and your family — Dr. David Price
The good news is that preventing infection by COVID-19 is actually very simple: keep your hands clean/sanitised don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth wear a mask practise social distancing cough or sneeze into your elbow We already have a… Read More »COVID-19: Ridiculously Simple, Yet Ridiculously Hard
Back in 2003, I lived in Japan and was a frequent traveler in Asia. Naturally I was concerned about the risk posed by SARS (SARS-CoV-1), which was front page news at the time.
COVAR-19 has given me pause to re-evaluate my assumptions.
What kind of diet is the Post-Modern Diet? Is it keto? Is it vegan? Is it Palaeo? Is it another fad diet?
These are some of the common questions I get asked. The short answer is that the Post-Modern Diet is not a particular regimen. I think of it as the sum of the useful knowledge that I have accumulated in the last 20 years and the application of that knowledge.
Glycemic index (GI) has seen wide popularity among weight-loss dieters. Originally intended to be used by diabetics, it is a method of rating foods according to how much they impact a rise in blood glucose levels. Prior to the GI… Read More »Isn’t it Time We Abandoned Glycemic Index?