How Masks Help Slow The Spread Of The Coronavirus With Dr. Tod Cooperman

How Masks Help Slow The Spread Of The Coronavirus With Dr. Tod Cooperman

The coronavirus continues to surge across the United States at a shocking rate with little to no federal plan of action to protect citizens during this unprecedented health crisis.  A concerning and controversial expression of that fact is that the U.S. still has no federal policy around the universal use of masks, which have been proven to slow the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus. To help clear up some of the confusion and misinformation around masks and the coronavirus, Paxton Quigley spoke with an expert who gave us some tips on how to protect ourselves in some very practical ways. Dr. Tod Cooperman is the CEO and founder of Consumerlab.com, which is an independent website that tests, evaluates, and objectively rates thousands of dietary supplements, as well as other healthcare products.

 Dr. Cooperman is a noted researcher, writer, and speaker on consumer healthcare issues. He founded Consumerlab.com in 1999. High Society with Paxton Quigley spoke with Dr. Cooperman about one of the pressing issues on all of our minds…how to protect ourselves and our families against the coronavirus? As we face the staggering fact that the United States has the highest number of COVID-19 cases and deaths, per capita than any country in the world, prevention is obviously key and masks help prevent this potentially deadly virus. Dr. Cooperman talked about which masks his researchers have found to be the most effective and how to make your own mask. He also discussed which type of supplements might help mitigate the effects of COVID-19, but only if one is not already getting enough of that supplement in their system. This is an extremely important, informative, and interesting interview, so we hope you enjoy it and let us know what you think.