Bringing you another one of my older presentations on pandemics as bonus video this week. This is about 9 years old, and provides good background on what we are experiencing today. While similar to the “Pandemics: History & Prevention” video we previously shared (https://youtu.be/7_ppXSABYLY), this video includes more information on mad cow disease, swine flu, and antibiotic use on factory farms.
People think How Not to Die is my first book, but it’s actually my 4th. Before I started NutritionFacts.org I had a career as Public Health Director at HSUS specializing in emerging infectious diseases. I wrote a book on pandemic preparedness and prevention and am now updating that entire body of work and will be releasing a new book next month. Stay tuned for the release of How to Survive a Pandemic.
And if you missed my webinar last week, I’ll be going live on Thursday, April 16 at 12pm ET on Facebook, and 6pm ET on YouTube for special COVID-19 live Q&As, and I’m also working on a 2nd webinar for May. Be sure you’re subscribed to our e-newsletter to get all of the latest updates first (subscribe link).
*Please note this video contains graphic human and animal footage*
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