November 10th, 2023 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
“I’ve never seen anything like this”: High demand fuels drug shortages
The U.S. is experiencing unprecedented drug shortages, particularly for obesity and ADHD medications. Factors contributing to these shortages include increased demand, supply chain issues, and manufacturing problems. The situation is causing significant challenges for patients and healthcare providers.
Lawsuit Challenges Federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
A lawsuit has been filed against the U.S. government challenging the Federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). The suit argues that the program, designed to compensate individuals injured by vaccines, is flawed and fails to provide fair and efficient resolutions. Critics claim the program is overly bureaucratic and lacks transparency.
‘We were told the vaccine was safe – but what happened has been life-changing’
This article shares personal stories of individuals who experienced severe side effects after receiving COVID-19 vaccinations. These cases highlight the complexities and challenges in addressing vaccine-related injuries, sparking debates about vaccine safety and compensation for those adversely affected.
Moment of Duh
Any activity is better for heart health than sitting — even sleeping!
A study suggests that any form of activity, including sleeping, is better for heart health than prolonged sitting. The research emphasizes the importance of reducing sedentary behavior to improve cardiovascular health, advocating for even minimal physical activity over sitting.
Question of The Day!
I have been dealing with what I expect is nerve pain in my back for 14 years. It came on after a total hysterectomy done with a DaVinci machine. I have tried acupuncture, PRP, massage, physical therapy, chiropractic, myofacial release and many supplements. Nothing cuts the pain at all. Do you have any suggestions what I could try or what kind of Dr. could help?
Thank you! Nicole
Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re focusing on Agaricus, a remedy often used for nervous system irregularities and chilblains.
This brief guide will delve into the various applications of Agaricus, particularly its effectiveness in treating these conditions.
Special Guest – Michael Boldin
The NewsGuard Racket: Fact-Checking, Brought to You by Big Pharma
This article criticizes NewsGuard, a fact-checking organization, alleging it has conflicts of interest due to funding from pharmaceutical companies. The piece argues that NewsGuard’s fact-checking may be biased, particularly in relation to health information, due to these financial ties.
The future of airport security is facial recognition
Airport security is increasingly moving towards using facial recognition technology. This shift aims to enhance security and streamline passenger verification processes. However, it raises concerns about privacy and the reliability of the technology in accurately identifying individuals.
Exclusive leak: all the details about Humane’s AI Pin, which costs $699 and has OpenAI integration
Humane’s AI Pin, priced at $699 with a $24 monthly subscription, integrates OpenAI and T-Mobile services. This wearable device, lacking a screen, uses voice commands and a laser projector for interaction. It aims to offer a seamless AI experience, raising questions about its practicality and market appeal.
Viewing figures for third Republican debate drop by almost 50%: NBC brings in just 7.51 million viewers compared to 13 million who tuned into the first debate
The third Republican debate saw a significant drop in viewership, with only 7.51 million viewers compared to 13 million for the first debate. This decline reflects changing viewer interests and possibly the impact of the candidates’ performances and campaign dynamics.