Deaths Are Spiking Around the World, but Not From COVID-19

Dan Skorbach
By Dan Skorbach
September 27, 2022Frontline Health

Young people around the world are dying in unexpected numbers.

It is most evident on the sports field. In the last two years, seemingly healthy athletes have collapsed during football, hockey, and soccer. They were bikers, bodybuilders, and runners. And they didn’t die from COVID-19. They died from heart attacks, strokes, and cardiac arrests.

Of course, sudden cardiac deaths do happen to young athletes. Sports are intense and they put the body through rigorous training. Sometimes the heart gives out. A 2018 study in the New England Journal of Medicine estimates that about 6.8 young athletes per 100,000 people die a year due to cardiovascular causes. They are mostly males with an average age of 16 years, with some kind of undetected heart disease. These are extremely rare events.

But that is not what’s happening in 2022. Today, doctors are uncovering an extremely disturbing trend of excess death. And it’s happening to people with no history or any symptoms of heart disease.

In this episode of Frontline Health, we look at the latest medical analysis of Dr. John Campbell, a nurse educator who rose to fame on YouTube for his level-headed pandemic breakdowns.

Read the full article here.


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