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Infectious diseases in the UK so far this year: Omicron, H5 bird flu, Lassa fever, haemorrhagic fever, monkeypox, and polio – June 2022


From monkeypox to polio, here’s why so many viruses are attacking the UK

Telegaph

  • “Many of the factors driving the spread of new and existing viruses are not new.”
    • “Population growth, the booming economies of previously undeveloped nations, human encroachment into jungles and forest and the growth in the trade in wildlife have all played a part. “
  • “Climate change is also shifting the geography of disease. A paper earlier this year warned there could be a “potentially devastating” surge in the number of novel pathogens jumping between mammals over the next 50 years. It predicted “a minimum of at least 15,000” new spillover events by 2070, if temperatures rise by 2C. “
  • “People going from this country to other countries and back is probably the biggest driver of disease importations,”

VitaminDWiki - Vitamin D can inhibit enveloped virus (e.g. Corona, Herpes, Zoster, Epstein, Hepatitis, RSV) – March 2011

The following are also enveloped: Lassa fever ,haemorrhagic fever. monkeypox. and H5 bird flu
but NOT Polio , but Curing Polio with Magnesium - May 2019


VitaminDWiki – COVID-19 treated by Vitamin D - studies, reports, videos

As of Nov 25, 2022, the VitaminDWiki COVID page had:  19 trial results,   37 meta-analyses and reviews,   Mortality studies   see related:   Governments,   HealthProblems,   Hospitals,  Dark Skins,   26 risk factors are ALL associated with low Vit D,   Recent Virus pages   Fight COVID-19 with 50K Vit D weekly   Vaccines   Take lots of Vitamin D at first signs of COVID   116 COVID Clinical Trials using Vitamin D (08/2022)
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VitaminDWiki - 24 studies in both categories Virus and Magnesium

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