Dr Robert Hess

Dr Robert Hess: Long Covid After Vaccination

Dr Robert Hess: Long Covid After Vaccination In rare cases, coronavirus vaccines may cause Long Covid–like symptoms. As mentioned the symptomatology of this condition can be very similar to the side-effects and possible long-term consequences of vaccination. While preliminary data suggests that getting yourself vaccinated significantly reduces your risk of succumbing to Long Covid, there…

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Dr Robert Hess: New, updated ingredients are now available.

Dr Robert Hess: We further review our supplements and adjusts them in response to the latest developments in the pandemic: New, updated ingredients are now available. As I mentioned I undertook a major review of the current situation over the past few weeks. The latest guidelines, herbal medicines/supplements and other beneficial measures have been checked…

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Dr Robert Hess: Managing the Covid-19 aftermath

Dr Robert Hess: Managing the Covid-19 aftermath: Detox of the spike-protein. Two full years after the pandemic began, it is now time to consider our next moves. In order to maintain a clear overview, I placed great emphasis on accurate documentation and ongoing information exchange right from the start. This meticulous approach, together with insights…

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Dr Robert Hess: In rare cases

Dr Robert Hess: In rare cases, coronavirus vaccines may cause Long Covid-like symptoms. As mentioned on Long Covid and potential risk factors, the symptomatology of this condition can be very similar to the side-effects and possible long-term consequences of vaccination. While preliminary data suggests that getting yourself vaccinated significantly reduces your risk of succumbing to…

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Dr Robert Hess: Long Covid risk factors

Dr Robert Hess: Long Covid risk factors now identified. According to the latest figures, between 10 and 30 percent of all persons who test positive for SARS-CoV-2 go on to develop long-term symptoms that can last for weeks, months or potentially even years. These can vary greatly depending on the severity of the disease, the…

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Dr Robert Hess: Updates and Revises

Dr Robert Hess: Updates and Revises Section 4 of its Prophylactic concept. In the current circumstances, it is more important than ever to maintain a clear overview. The number of vaccinations and infections, the virus variants in circulation and the available vaccines, the course taken by an infection, possible side-effects and the administration of various…

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Dr Robert Hess: Weekly Omicron Update

Dr Robert Hess: Weekly Omicron Update An end to the Omicron wave is in sight All regulations and restrictions in England have now been removed (though not in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland where such decisions are devolved to regional parliaments). According to UK Health Minister Sajid Javid, England will be the most open country…

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Dr Robert Hess: Best medication yet?

Dr Robert Hess: Best medication yet? Paxlovid a potential gamechanger Paxlovid received emergency approval in the USA just before Christmas, and it got the all-clear for use in Europe as early as January. This new medication could help reduce the number of people who fall severely ill with COVID-19, but supply shortages and manufacturing problems…

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Dr Robert Hess: Weekly Omicron Update

Dr Robert Hess: Weekly Omicron Update Our Situation report in the run-up to Christmas The Omicron variant continues on its triumphant march around the globe. According to the World Health Organization, the mutant has already been detected in 89 countries, and more are being added to the list every day. Even in places with high…

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Dr Robert Hess: Weekly Omicron Update

Dr Robert Hess: Weekly Omicron Update Teams of researchers around the world are working hard to understand the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus. It is the most highly differentiated among the five variants that have so far qualified for the World Health Organization classification “variant of concern” since the pandemic began.   The number…

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