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This week, Dr. Prather discusses the 5 risk factors for COVID-19:  Gender, Age, Race, Exposure, and underlying Health Conditions.  In this episode, you'll discover:

—How 72.9% of the COVID-19 deaths are males.

—The nutritional deficiencies and underlying health conditions that Dr. Prather believes are the reasons older people are at greater risk of COVID-19 complications.

—Why co-morbidities (other causes of death) are a key part of the COVID-19 death count in 85% of the cases.

—How those with darker skin are at greater risk of dying from COVID-19 .  And how this is linked to Vitamin D levels.

—The importance of the "viral load" exposure to COVID-19.  And Dr. Prather’s recommendation to rotate health care workers to minimize this viral load exposure.

—Dr. Prather's explanation about "natural vaccinations" (from being mildly exposed to a virus) are stronger and longer-lasting compared to getting a shot.

—How chronic Kidney Disease, not Lung Disease, is the #1 factor that makes COVID-19 worse.  And how Dr. Prather finds that 95% of patients over the age of 30 show signs of Kidney Disease.

—Why Free Radical pathology and Cardiovascular Disease seem to be one of the major contributors to COVID-19 being more serious.

—The toxins created by Diabetes that allow the COVID-19 virus to become much more "prolific" in the body.  And the nutritional deficiencies from Diabetes that are directly related to COVID-19 response.

—Why obesity is "the new smoking" in America and makes someone more susceptible to COVID-19.




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