/Dr. John Ure

About Dr. John Ure

Dr. John Ure Emergency medicine and family practice physician for 40 years. Trained as a combat medic in the US Army. Obtain masters degree in environmental biology at university of Colorado. Vast experience working in numerous ER’s including many military hospitals such as Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Fort Riley, Kansas, Whiteman Air Force Base, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. He has also works for the Indian Health Services in northern Montana. He is a private pilot and missionary doctor. He has also been certified for treating opioid addiction. Currently doing telemedicine and you may contact him at his office for personal medical care. Office 417-644-2788

Complexity of COVID-19, Your Smart Phone and the Importance of 5G

We humans and most animals are essentially electrical, and chemical. Having been a physician, for nearly 40 years, I have witnessed the electrical activity of the human body. If the brain is being studied we do an EEG which stands for electroencephalogram. If we are studying the heart we will be looking at an EKG which stands for electrocardiogram.

By |2020-05-26T03:16:48-04:00May 26th, 2020|

Zombies Among Us, Does Anybody care?

I had watched car after car drive-by people looking at the sign, not comprehending it's significance. People not even turning their heads being aware of their environment, or people looking at their cell phones oblivious to their surroundings. This is why I feel that our population is nothing but a bunch of hypnotized sheeple mesmerized by their cell phone totally out of touch with reality.

By |2020-04-25T01:47:14-04:00April 25th, 2020|

Understanding Coronavirus on April 15, 2020

Forget masks, gloves, and eye shields, unless you are a health care worker, and then the only thing that can protect you is full body covering, sealed with no access to room air. This will not be practical in most cases. Good nutrition with plenty of water, vit C. and zinc supplement and good rest will help tremendously. Do not go around known positive cases of COVID-19 unless you absolutely must and at that time maintain adequate distancing and have minimal contact.

By |2020-04-21T02:46:10-04:00April 21st, 2020|