Treat Your Own COVID, by John Day, MD

The American medical system is so messed up you have to be your own doctor. Here’s your best shot at beating COVID on your own. From John Day, MD, at theautomaticearth.com:

John Day MD:

Concerned Parties,

The question that I, as a COVID-19 Early Treating Physician, blogger, and human being with friends and family, get asked about COVID is “What can I do myself, because my doctor says there’s no treatment outside the hospital”.

There are multiple effective supplements and repurposed medicines to treat COVID outside the hospital, which people should take to avoid having to go inside the hospital and get IVs and breathing machines.

As a Public Health Physician (MD), acting in the interest of the good of other human beings, with no anticipation of reward, I would like to give advice to all readers, to reduce their risk of mortality and morbidity during this pandemic.  This is the advice I give my patients. I won’t accept any payment for this advice.  Give your neighbor a bottle of vitamin-D. Don’t try to give me anything of value.

An Ounce of Prevention:

Vitamin D deficiency is a major risk factor for catching COVID-19, being sick enough to need hospitalization, and dying from it. Don’t take that risk, please. Vitamin-D comes from sunshine entering superficially into the skin, and causing a photochemical reaction that creates vitamin-D. The great majority of people who do not work outdoors are deficient in vitamin-D, mildly, moderately or severely. Black people in New York and in Northern Europe, rich and poor alike, were some of the most deficient in vitamin-D last spring. Do you recall how that went?

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4 responses to “Treat Your Own COVID, by John Day, MD

  1. Fine and necessary article. Thanks

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  2. Thanks for posting this, Robert.
    John Day MD, public-health-guy

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  3. I seek to be useful in what I see as something like a war u[on human populations. Weird times. That’s the opposite of what I do.
    http://www.johndayblog.com
    Again, I’m honored and appreciative.
    John

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