Apr 7th, 2020 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
CDC Tells Hospitals To List COVID as Cause of Death Even if You’re Just Assuming or It Only Contributed The problem with making informed decisions about coronavirus is that we don’t have a whole lot of data on it at the moment.The data that we do have, meanwhile, could end up being terminally skewed, particularly the data that’s been coming out of China.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance on determining COVID-19 as a cause of death isn’t going to help those numbers.Issued March 24, the guidance tells hospitals to list COVID-19 as a cause of death regardless of whether or not there’s actual testing to confirm that’s the case.Instead, even if the coronavirus was just a contributing factor or if it’s “assumed to have caused or contributed to death,” it can be listed as the primary cause.The International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, or ICD, has established the code U07.1 for death by coronavirus infection. There’s a secondary code, U07.2, “for clinical or epidemiological diagnosis of COVID-19 where a laboratory confirmation is inconclusive or not available,” according to the CDC guidance.“Because laboratory test results are not typically reported on death certificates in the U.S., NCHS is not planning to implement U07.2 for mortality statistics.”
COVID-19: On average, only 6% of actual infections detected worldwide The number of confirmed cases for the novel coronavirus disease COVID-19 officially issued by countries and widely reported by national and international media outlets dramatically understates the true number of infections, according to a recent report from the University of Göttingen. Dr. Christian Bommer and Professor Sebastian Vollmer from Göttingen University have used estimates of COVID-19 mortality and time until death from a recent study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases to test the quality of official case records. Their data shows that countries have only discovered on average about 6% of coronavirus infections and the true number of infected people worldwide may already have reached several tens of millions. Their study is available online.Insufficient and delayed testing may explain why some European countries, such as Italy and Spain, are experiencing much higher casualty numbers (relative to reported confirmed cases) than Germany, which has detected an estimated 15.6% of infections compared to only 3.5% in Italy or 1.7% in Spain. Detection rates are even lower in the United States (1.6%) and the United Kingdom (1.2%)—two countries that have received widespread criticism from public health experts for their delayed response to the pandemic.
Anthony Fauci goes nuts Anthony Fauci, the medical professional at the eye of the coronavirus storm, has just come out and said the federal government should issue a national order for all Americans to stay home, stay inside, stay put.Is he nuts?Let’s rephrase: He’s nuts.On CNN, Fauci was asked by host Anderson Cooper, “Knowing the science, does it make sense to you that some states are still not issuing stay-at-home orders? I mean, whether there should be a federally mandated directive for that or not, I guess that’s more of a political question, but just scientifically, doesn’t everybody have to be on the same page with this stuff?”And Fauci said — yep.“I think so,” he said, as Breitbart reported. “I don’t understand why that’s not happening. … [T]he tension between federally mandated versus states’ rights to do what they want is something I don’t want to get into. But if you look at what’s going on in this country, I just don’t understand why we’re not doing that. We really should be.”Fauci said pretty much the same on a “Today Show” interview with Savannah Guthrie.“I mean,” he said, Mediaite reported, “I know it’s difficult, but we’re having a lot of suffering, a lot of death. This is inconvenient from an economic and a personal standpoint, but we just have to do it.”
Was the COVID-19 Test Meant to Detect a Virus? “Scientists are doing an awful lot of damage to the world in the name of helping it. I don’t mind attacking my own fraternity because I am ashamed of it.” –Kary Mullis, Inventor of Polymerase Chain Reaction What do we mean when we say somebody has ‘tested positive’ for the Corona Virus? The answer would astound you. But getting this “answer” is like getting to a very rare mushroom that only grows above 200 feet on a Sequoia tree in the forbidden forest. I say that for dramatic effect, but also because I wound up, against all odds, finding it. And I’m not even a “science person.” I’m just stubborn. Every day I wake up and work at shedding one more layer of ignorance —by listening carefully. I got lucky with scientists many years ago; Epic, incredible scientists, happening to cross my path when nobody else wanted to talk to them. Now their names are emerging, their warnings and corrections crystallizing. True “science” (the nature of the natural world) is never bad news. Globalist science is nothing but bad news.
Question of the day:
Question: I understand there are homeopathy “mixes” for different geographical areas. Soon in Alaska we will be in the Birch Pollen Season and want to get through it without too much suffering. Our area is full of Birches, Aspens, Cottonwood, Alder, and Black Spruce. What do I need to take to get through it? In the past 3 years I have left the state to travel during the “birch pollen” season. This year travel is not an option.
Thank you for any recommendation or product you can offer!
Wanted to comment that I have been trying to avoid getting a real ID for as long as possible but I just magically received a new driver’s license with the star in the upper right hand corner!I recently submitted a renewal for my passport, right before Corona bs, which I haven’t yet received. What are your thoughts? I refuse to vaccinate for any thing! I work in the medical field and have avoided all vaccines for last 5 years but will quit the day they make me. (I live in Utah)
Thank you for your podcast and information on the topic of healing. Especially with natural remedies, proper nutrition and exercise. Regarding the subject matter of vaccination especially forced that will do more harm than good, any tips or advice on how to deal with them before and after?
I was told that taking digestive enzymes on an empty stomach was a good idea, while I believe this to be true, I was wondering is it o.k. to take digestive enzymes along with one’s supplements or will the enzymes destroy the supplements
thank you -Bill
Hour 2 – Special Guest: Stuart Tomc
Stuart Tomc serves as a Sciences, Regulatory, Education Vice President at CV Sciences, Inc. He is a recognized authority on dietary supplements, with twenty years of experience in the nutritional health industry. He served as Vice President of North American Herb and Spice, where he served for 10 years, in addition to his service as Global Educator for omega-3 market leader, Nordic Naturals, Mr. Tomc is known for
Cannabidiol for Viral Diseases: Hype or Hope? Background: The possibility of cannabidiol (CBD) to be used as an antiviral or to treat viral diseases has received limited attention so far, despite the growing number of claims that CBD could be used for the treatment of viral infection-related conditions.Aim and Methods: Therefore, we systematically retrieved and critically evaluated the scientific literature available on PubMed and the claims on the Internet, to assess the current state of knowledge on the use of CBD in viral diseases, and to provide suggestions for future research directions. Results: PubMed search referenced two original articles supporting the use of CBD for the treatment of hepatitis C and Kaposi sarcoma and one article reporting the ability of CBD to reduce neuroinflammation in a virus-induced animal model of multiple sclerosis. Internet search found 25 websites claiming more indications for CBD. Remarkably, those claims were provided mostly by commercial websites and were not supported by appropriate scientific references.Conclusion: Although preclinical studies suggest the potential effectiveness of CBD in viral diseases such as hepatitis C and Kaposi sarcoma, clinical evidence is still lacking. Anecdotal experiences of CBD use retrieved on the Internet, on the other side, lack any support from sound scientific evidence, although they might in some cases provide suggestions for conditions associated with viral infections that may deserve proper assessment in well-designed clinical trials.
Your Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to CBD Oil In 2018, the Farm Bill removed CBD oil from the Controlled Substances Act Schedule 1 designation, allowing the sell and purchase of hemp CBD oil products. Since then, CBD oil has been a popular topic in the news, on social media and in conversation of the American population. Many myths and legends about CBD have been passed around the media, making it hard for people to learn the truth. That’s why we’ve created this ultimate guide to CBD for beginners. If you’ve been searching for answers to all your CBD questions, search no longer because this guide is for you. CBD Explained CBD is harvested from the hemp plant. You may have heard of hemp for its use in rope and fabric making and its connection to its infamous cousin: cannabis. Hemp’s relationship to cannabis gives it a false reputation. CBD is one of many cannabinoids, which are the active ingredients in both hemp and cannabis plants. While other cannabinoids, like THC, are illegal in the United States (except under certain state regulations) CBD is available to purchase and consume almost everywhere in the country. The most important thing to know is CBD is non-intoxicating. Here’s why: Cannabinoids work in your body through the endocannabinoid system (ECS). This system consists of receptors, called CB1 and CB2. When activated, CB1 and CB2 are responsible for the “high” and the addictiveness commonly associated with cannabis. The cannabinoid-receptor interaction doesn’t just determine psychoactivity and addictiveness. The way CBD affects receptors throughout your body, giving beneficial contributions to your body.
Question of the day:
I appreciate all the good info you provide.
CBD oil is good to prevent seizures in autistic children with seizures, right? Could you please point to studies that might convince a traditional Nuerologist to try CBD oil instead of medications?
Do you know any doctor who uses CBD oil for seizures in autistic children?
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