Author: Henry Miller

PRI's Dr. Henry Miller joins the John Batchelor Show to review the latest developments with the vaccine guidelines and the FDA. The FDA recently testified before Congress that they will have complicated guidelines for a potential COVID-19 vaccine. Miller mentioned that the FDA guidelines are reassuring as it indicates that future vaccines will be vetted like any other vaccine evaluation (pre-critical data, manufacturing and controls, and clinical data). The FDA does have an elevated approval process for a drug that treats...

By: Henry Miller, M.S., M.D., and Shiv Sharma, DDS As the nation slowly emerges from lockdown, we’re beginning to appreciate the full impact of the pandemic and that the sickness and death directly caused by the virus are only part of the picture. The three-month-plus suspension of routine, non-emergency medical care has created secondary, silent epidemics of untreated medical issues that require the urgent focus of both our public health officials and the public themselves. They include domestic violence and likely increases...

Dr. Henry Miller talks about the status of a coronavirus vaccine on the Lars Larson Show. Miller comments on Dr. Anthony Fauci's estimate that a vaccine for COVID-19 could be available by the end of the year or as early as 2021. But, Dr. Miller said that Fauci's estimates are hugely optimistic. Lars Larson National Podcast · Lars Larson National Podcast 06-23-20...

Dr. Henry Miller talks about dangers from the United States sourcing a majority of active pharmaceutical ingredients, commonly called APIs, from China and other places impacted by the coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic. APIs can be considered the "important" component of a pill or medicine. Miller references a 2019 report by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission that highlights the growing reliance on China for APIs and problems with China's regulatory and quality control standards. Miller says more oversight and regulation...

By: Kathleen Hefferon, Ph.D., and Henry Miller, M.S., M.D. COVID-19 has turned our world upside down in so many ways, and the food supply chain is no exception. Whether consumers prefer fast or slow food, meat-based or vegan, local or imported, organic or conventional, supermarkets or farmers’ markets, every aspect of our food supply chain, from farm to fork, has been affected by this scourge. The recent, rampant outbreaks of COVID-19 among meat-processing workers – over the past month or so, the...

Dr. Henry Miller joins the John Batchelor Show to discuss the release of two studies measuring the impact of infections and deaths due to the coronavirus. A Berkeley study said that the shutdowns could have prevented 120 million novel coronavirus infections in the United States, and about 600 million in China. The other study, from the Imperial College London, 3.1 million lives across 11 European countries, shutdowns dropped infection rates by an average of 82 percent. Miller and John Batchelor also...

Our previous article described some of the bizarre speculations and conspiracy theories circulating about the COVID-19 pandemic—ranging from the more or less plausible, but unproven, to the absurd. Many of them, such as 5G networks supposedly spreading infections or the pandemic having been concocted to promote tyrannical, world governance, are easily dismissed, but are still being widely circulated on social media. What's more, it appears that much of the disinformation has arisen not just from domestic, garden-variety kooks and conspiracy theorists, but...

Dr. Henry Miller joins the Lars Larson Show for his weekly update on the coronavirus pandemic and COVID-19. Larson and Dr. Miller look at the impact and potential threats of the spread of COVID-19 due to the unrest in cities around the United States and why PPE equipment and social distancing measures have fallen by the wayside. Lars Larson National Podcast · Lars Larson National Podcast 06-02-20...

As the COVID-19 epidemic drags on with no end in sight, the U.S. economy in tatters, and “reopening” going haltingly, many observers have come to the realization that we might need to learn to “live with the virus”—meaning with ongoing new infections—until a vaccine is available. Thus, there is an understandable hunger for one, and some 95 vaccines to prevent COVID-19 are now in various stages of development. Some of the reports of progress on this front have been encouraging, and there is...

Listen to Dr. Henry Miller, PRI senior fellow in health studies, discuss the move by the WHO to pause hydroxychloroquine trials for Coronavirus treatment on the nationally-syndicated Lars Larson Show. TheLarsLarsonShow · Dr. Henry Miller - WHO pauses hydroxychloroquine trials for Coronavirus treatment...

America is in a state of collective angst, one that hasn't been seen since perhaps the Second World War. Every crisis since then, whether it was war, the 9/11 attacks, flu pandemics, or financial meltdown, had left most Americans unaffected. But now, few are economically, medically, or emotionally untouched. The SARS-CoV-2 virus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, pose threats or extreme inconvenience of one sort or another to virtually everyone. In a crisis like this, driven by health (and the...

As the COVID-19 epidemic drags on with no end in sight, the U.S. economy in tatters, and “reopening” going haltingly, many observers have come to the realization that we might need to learn to “live with the virus”—meaning with ongoing new infections—until a vaccine is available. Expecting a coronavirus vaccine in the near future may be the triumph of hope over experience. Thus, there is an understandable hunger for one, and some 95 vaccines to prevent COVID-19 are now in various stages...

On a recent episode of CNN's "Fareed Zakaria GPS," White House adviser and trade hawk Peter Navarro observed that the Chinese government had not been forthcoming from the get-go about the potential for COVID-19 to become a global pandemic. He postulated that the original spread of the virus could have been blocked and the pandemic contained completely – if China had really wanted that to happen. Navarro went on to suggest that the virus originated from a bioweapons lab, and...

Perhaps not since the Second World War has there been so much fear, anxiety, misery, and grief in this country. Many people are finding some measure of comfort by turning inward and using what amounts to a biological trick. How many times have you heard someone say to a person who is angry and agitated, “Hey, take a few deep breaths and chill.” Well, it works, and the reason has a physiological explanation. As does the popularity of the “mindfulness” phenomenon, which...

By Andrew I. Fillat and Henry I. Miller The headline, of course, is an aphorism dating from 1862 that was popularized by the charming 1992 Tom Hanks film, “Forrest Gump.” Stupid may be an innate characteristic, but dumbness is certainly an opportunity available to all. It can be especially surprising and sometimes infuriating when a person not thought to be stupid does some really dumb things. Back in college at our fraternity, we had an “award” for pledges who said or did dumb...

Dr. Henry Miller joins the nationally-syndicated Lars Larson Show to debate shelter-in-place rollbacks by states and European countries and why it could be too early. Miller and Larson also debate the approaches of other countries and how their infection and death rate compare to the United States. Dr. Miller's segment begins at the 47:00 minute mark.  Lars Larson National Podcast · Lars Larson National Podcast 04-21-20...