Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Home Climate411 Study: Covid-19 Infection Briefly Alleviates Chronic Pain

Study: Covid-19 Infection Briefly Alleviates Chronic Pain

-

Rajesh Khanna, a University of Arizona professor of pharmacology who specializes in researching pain and pain treatments, has discovered that a Covid-19 viral spike protein appears to block pain signals caused by inflammation. Rajesh has received multiple reports from people who suffer from chronic pain conditions stating that while they were infected, they didn’t experience any pain.

- Advertisment -

Related Articles

Actress Joanna Lumley Calls For Rationing and Social Climate Credits

Joanna Lumley, whose glamorous high flying lifestyle includes long holidays in Bhutan, the Swiss Alps, and a trip on the Trans Siberian Railway, wants...

‘They Need To Breed Less’: The Darkness Of Climate Zealotry

If this disregard for our very humanity goes unchallenged, we could be in for some dark times indeed.  Watch COP26 at Glasgow for trends.

Updated climate commitments ahead of COP26 summit fall far short, but net zero pledges provide hope

New and updated climate commitments fall far short of what is needed to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, leaving the world on...