November 20, 2023 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
‘Chair Care’: New Mexico Hairstylists Being Trained Under CDC-Funded Program to Push COVID, Flu Shots In New Mexico, hairstylists are being trained under a CDC-funded program called ‘Chair Care’ to encourage conversations about COVID-19 and flu vaccinations with their clients. This initiative, part of a broader effort to increase vaccination rates, involves hairstylists receiving training to discuss vaccine benefits and address hesitancy. The program aims to leverage the trust and rapport hairstylists have with their clients to facilitate vaccine-related discussions in a non-medical setting.
The Long Quest for a Universal Flu Vaccine Finally Takes Its First Steps The article discusses the ongoing efforts to develop a universal flu vaccine, highlighting the challenges posed by the flu virus’s constant mutation. Recent advancements include a second Phase 1 clinical trial of a vaccine candidate by the National Institutes of Health and other candidates in various trial phases by Moderna, using mRNA technology. The goal is to create a vaccine effective against all flu strains, reducing the need for annual vaccinations and improving global flu prevention.
Why most men don’t have enough close friends This CNN article explores why many men struggle to form and maintain close friendships. It suggests that social pressures and stereotypes about masculinity hinder men from expressing vulnerability and intimacy, essential for deep friendships. The lack of close friendships among men can lead to loneliness and mental health issues. The article emphasizes the importance of men prioritizing and nurturing friendships for their overall well-being.
The Benefits of Fever The article from ANH-USA discusses the beneficial aspects of fever in fighting infections. Fever is a natural response that enhances the body’s immune system to combat bacterial and viral illnesses. It triggers various body processes, like increasing metabolic rate and restricting blood flow to the skin, to raise body temperature. This elevated temperature can significantly reduce the replication rate of viruses and increase the susceptibility of bacteria to immune destruction, thus playing a crucial role in the body’s defense mechanism.
Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re focusing on Spongia Tosta, a remedy often used for respiratory issues and throat complaints.
This brief guide will delve into the various applications of Spongia Tosta, particularly its effectiveness in treating these conditions.
Covid Amnesty: Is Mercy the Answer?
The article discusses the concept of “COVID amnesty” as a way to move forward from the divisive discourse that has characterized the pandemic. It argues that while some are calling for mercy and apologies for harmful policies like school closures, there is still much unsettled dust that needs to be discussed. The author emphasizes that meaningful reconciliation is essential before amnesty can be considered.
Special Guest: Wylie McGraw
Wylie McGraw is a former Star Pitcher, Competitive Bull Rider, and 3-Tour Combat Veteran. It was through those intense experiences that he discovered his crazy superpower of being able to expose blind spots, erupt and eradicate stress, and fully unleash the untapped potential of high achievers. He’s the founder of Radical Performance Acceleration, and for well over a decade now he’s been behind the scenes doing life-altering work with powerful CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Leaders, and Public Figures, accelerating their performance both personally and professionally. His work is the proverbial “Navy SEAL Training” equivalent to high-performance and leadership development – pushing even the elite beyond their limits so they not only hit their peak but sustain it. He’s been named a “secret weapon” by some of the most influential leaders across industries from Wall St., Hollywood, Professional Sports, Fortune 500 companies, Personal Development, and everything in between. His work is about giving an elite edge to high-achieving individuals while ending their cycle of stress, sacrifice, and suffering that’s unfortunately associated when reaching their levels of accomplishment and success. When Wylie’s not traveling the country to meet his clients, this family man enjoys skydiving, mountain top sunsets, and sipping on an occasional 18-year-old single malt scotch while pondering the philosophies of life, the cosmos, and beyond.
Question of The Day!
Robert, It’s not unusual to hear you speak about how often you fly all over the U.S. giving talks on different subjects-My question is-Do you subject yourself to the full body scanners or do you avoid the body scanners and go through the “pat down” process?