How Not to Die in a Pandemic

Program Information

Date: Wednesday, April 8th, 2020 at 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 2 Hours

Last Day to Register: April 3rd, 2020

What is the best thing we can do to keep ourselves and our families safe from the coronavirus? Dr. Greger will offer tips for optimal respiratory and hand hygiene, proper mask usage, how to make his DIY sanitizer solution, and how to prep for sheltering-in-place in case that becomes necessary. Dr. Greger will also discuss the source of the virus and how we can treat the cause and prevent future animal-to-human disease outbreaks.

The information will be available for free on after the webinar, but if you would like to attend the webinar and participate in the live Q&A, you will need to register here.

The information discussed in the webinar is now summarized in this blog post on We also recommend going to these resources to find more information:

  1. Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  3. Johns Hopkins
  4. World Health Organization

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Everyone registered will receive a recording of the webinar along with a paper Dr. Greger published on the subject: The Human/Animal Interface: Emergence and Resurgence of Zoonotic Infectious Diseases along with an editorial, The Chickens Come Home to Roost by Dr. David Benatar, PhD.

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Registration is closed for the webinar as we have hit our capacity. This information will be available for free on our site after the webinar, subscribe here to receive updates.


All of the content was extremely useful. Dr. G is the best teacher, even via the web, I have ever listened to. Clear, engaging, personable, passionate, patient and very interesting.

It is a very cool feeling that there are over 500 people around the globe, who are interested in nutrition and want to know even more. So keep up the good work.

Dr. Greger did a fantastic job bringing his genius knowledge down to my level. I learned so much on all the ways to research effectively, thoroughly and truthfully. He was fantastic! He went over aspects enough times for me to get what he was talking about. So he didn’t go too fast. He went just at the right pace. He did it with humor and fascination on a subject that can be tedious, he made it an adventure. I really appreciate all the work and planning that went into the four hours! Can’t wait for him to do it again on another subject!

This course is worth so much money and a huge value to those particularly in university and research. Thank you so much for your time and efforts!

Dr. Greger is a rare treasure and his educational style is engaging. Thank you all!

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