July 29th, 2022 3-5PM ET
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Tylenol Use in Babies, Children After Vaccination Raises Risk of Autism, New Review Shows The authors of a new review of the drug acetaminophen (paracetamol), sold under the brand names Tylenol and Panadol, called for the immediate end of the use of the drug in infants and children, citing the drug’s association with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). “Our study shows that acetaminophen would never be approved for pediatric use by today’s regulatory standards,” Dr. William Parker, of WPLab, Inc., who led the research team that conducted the review on acetaminophen and autism, told The Defender. The review, published in the July issue of Minerva Pediatrics, offers 17 lines of evidence that the commonly used remedy for pain and fever may be contributing to the autism epidemic. The authors said their findings could have huge implications for preventing ASD, as acetaminophen is used so much in young children — in some populations, up to 90% of children receive acetaminophen in their early years. The rate of ASD has skyrocketed in the last 40 years, and now affects 1 in 40 U.S. children. Acetaminophen became the drug of choice to treat fevers and pain in children in the early 1980, after aspirin was associated with Reye’s syndrome. However, the use of acetaminophen in infants and children was never shown to be safe for neurodevelopment. “The belief that acetaminophen is safe for children is an assumption based on the fact many studies show it does not cause liver damage in children when used at an appropriate dose,” said Parker.
New evidence hints at the role of gut microbiota in autistic spectrum disorder Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental condition that affects how humans communicate, learn new things and behave. Symptoms of ASD can include difficulties in interacting with others and adapting to changes in routine, repetitive behaviors, irritability and restricted or fixated interests for specific things. While symptoms of autism can emerge at any age, the first signs generally start to show within the first two years of a child’s life. People with ASD can encounter numerous challenges, which can be addressed through support services, talk therapy and sometimes medication. To this day, neuroscientists and medical researchers have not identified the primary causes of ASD. Nonetheless, past findings suggest that it could be caused by the interaction of specific genes with environmental factors. Interestingly, recent neuroscience studies have found that the biological makeup of the gut could contribute to some of the most characteristic symptoms of ASD. More specifically, experiments on mice suggest that the pathway between gut bacteria and the central nervous system can affect social behaviors. Building on previous findings, researchers at University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’ and University of Calabria have recently carried out a new study on mice, investigating the effects of transplanting fecal microbiota gathered from autistic donors to mice. Their results, published in Neuroscience, provide further evidence that links gut microbiota with social behaviors typical of ASD.
Special Guest – Dr. Shawn K Centers
Born with a life threatening illness, Dr. Centers experienced the challenges of the current healthcare system from an early age. Having seven surgeries by the age of seven years old, Dr. Centers desired a more compassionate, effective, and holistic way to treat patients than the current system. This began Dr. Centers lifelong quest to find better, compassionate, and more effective healing modalities for children. It resulted in Dr. Centers choice to become an osteopathic medical doctor, his focus on integrative and whole person medicine, his founding of The Children’s Hope Center and his commitment to finding the most effective, cutting edge therapies for his patients.
Dr. Shawn K. Centers, is the Chief Medical Officer of The Children’s Hope Center an international training and medical facility specializing in Osteopathic Pediatrics. He is a board certified pediatrician, specializing in Integrative Medicine & Pediatrics to heal children.
Question of The Day!
Good morning, RSB & Super D. Any chance that you could say a few words today about kidney support & healing ? My hubby, Kevlar, was very sick with Covid over the winter, and no matter how much we protested the use of Remdesivir on him, the hospital gave it to him anyways, citing that the hospital doctor had the final say in his treatment. He had already had diabetes-I think from the statins that years earlier they convinced him he needed. I have him on daily Cardio Miracle, 2 doses, and the Gluco-Sugar-Balance, from Choosetobehealthy.com. (2 a
day). I believe he saved his own life, because he left the hospital before his Remdesivir treatment was done-he said although he felt no better, he was “tired of being in a sci-fi movie”. He had uncontrollable tremors in his left hand for 2 days, after we brought him home, and his oxygen saturation, cough, and energy were no better than when he went in. His boss missed him so much, he sent a driver to take him to his own doctor, (4 hours away), where he was prescribed Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquin. Not even 48 hours later, he was ready to go back to work. . I appreciate you all so much for being warriors for health freedom & liberty, and sharing your knowledge openly with the world. God bless you, and thanks for helping everyone !!
Mom Sues, Alleging LAUSD Vaccinated Her Son in Exchange for Pizza Without Her Consent The mother of a 13-year-old LAUSD student says she’s now suing the district for vaccinating her student without her consent, claiming the school also bribed him with pizza. “He said, ‘yeah, they offered me pizza,'” Maribel Duarte said. Duarte first spoke to NBCLA about her son Moises back in December 2021 in front of Barack Obama Global Prep Academy in South Los Angeles, where she says he told her he was given pizza in exchange for getting a COVID-19 vaccination shot, and told to forge his mother’s name on a consent form. “If I already know all the problems he has, why am going to let him allow him to get that shot?” Duarte said. Duarte claims the shot re-awakened her son’s childhood asthma and bleeding condition. While next to her lawyer Wednesday, Duarte said she’s now suing the LAUSD, saying that even though she got the vaccine, she didn’t want it for her son. “This is not a conspiracy theory. This is not an anti-vax case. This is about parental rights about having the ability to protect your children,” attorney Nicole Pearson said. Surrounded by protestors, they spoke out against California Senate Bill 866, which would allow children 15 years and older to get vaccinations without parental consent. The author is state senator Scott Wiener of San Francisco. “And of course we always want parents to be involved in their kids health care decisions that is absolutely the ideal,” State Sen. Scott Wiener (D) San Francisco said.
15% of American Adults Diagnosed With New Condition After COVID Vaccine, Zogby Survey Finds More than two years after Operation Warp Speed began, Children’s Health Defense (CHD) commissioned John Zogby Strategies to conduct two surveys (see here and here) about attitudes and the overall health of American adults. The survey found that 67% of respondents received one or more COVID-19 vaccines, while 33% are unvaccinated. Furthermore, among those vaccinated, 6% received one dose, 28% received two doses, 21% received three doses, and 12% took four or more. Of those receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, 15% say they’ve been diagnosed by a medical practitioner with a new condition within a matter of weeks to several months after taking the vaccine. “The fact that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports more than 232 million Americans ages 18-65 have taken at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 15% of those surveyed report a newly diagnosed condition is concerning and needs further study,” said Children’s Health Defense (CHD) executive director Laura Bono. “The mRNA vaccine technology is new and clinical trials naturally have no long-term data. CHD believes this survey points to the need for further study.”
More than half of young U.S. adults have a chronic health condition Obesity, depression, high blood pressure, asthma: These are just a few of the chronic health conditions that are now affecting almost 40 million Americans between the ages 18 and 34, new federal data shows. Overall, the 2019 data found that more than half of young adults (nearly 54%) now deal with at least one chronic health issue. Almost one in every four (22%) have two or more of these conditions, according to a team of researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “The most prevalent conditions were obesity (25.5%), depression (21.3%), and high blood pressure (10.7%),” said a team led by Kathleen Watson, of the CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. High cholesterol levels affected about 10% of adults under 35, asthma affected over 9%, and about 6% had arthritis, the study found. Unhealthy lifestyles were often a part of the mix for people with chronic conditions. Young adults “with a chronic condition were more likely than those without one to report binge drinking, smoking or physical inactivity,” Watson’s team found. The data is based on telephone surveys conducted in 2019 among more than 67,000 18- to 34-year-olds across the United States.
Bacteria that causes rare tropical disease found in US soil A germ that causes a rare and sometimes deadly disease — long thought to be confined to tropical climates — has been found in soil and water in the continental United States, U.S. health officials said Wednesday. The bacteria was found on the property of a Mississippi man who had come down with the disease, melioidosis. Officials don’t know how long it had been there, but they say it likely is occurring in other areas along the Gulf Coast. U.S. physicians should consider melioidosis even in patients who haven’t traveled to other countries, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a health alert. “Once it’s in the soil, it can be a health threat for people in the area,” said the CDC’s Julia Petras, who oversaw the investigation. The illness can start with a wide range of symptoms like fever, joint pain and headaches. It’s treatable with the right antibiotics if it’s caught early, but it can lead to pneumonia, blood infections and even death if not properly treated. About 12 cases are reported annually in the U.S. The vast majority have been in people who traveled to places where the bacteria is endemic, including certain regions of Australia, Thailand, and Central and South America. People can get the illness through direct contact with contaminated soil and water, especially if they have a cut on their hand or foot. It is also possible to inhale the bacteria.
Emergency preparedness: 7 Reasons to become a prepper in 2022 Preppers understand the importance of getting ready before SHTF. Unfortunately, not everyone understands this lifestyle, with media painting preppers as paranoid or even crazy during the early 2000s. Despite the negative portrayal by the media, preppers know that this lifestyle is important because it can help improve your chance of survival when disaster strikes. (h/t to Mind4Survival.com) If you’re still on the fence about becoming a prepper, here are seven reasons to start prepping in 2022. If you’re a prepper, you can prepare for any unforeseen emergencies. For example, sudden unemployment can be devastating if you’re unprepared. If you’ve ever lost your job, even for a short time, you know how quickly money can become an issue. Things can be worse if you’re providing for a family and you suddenly lose your main source of income. Other issues can significantly affect your finances, like an ill-timed illness or car problems. Thankfully, you can easily resolve these matters if you have the increased flexibility in responding to problems that you can learn from being a prepper. As a prepper in 2022, you can rest easy knowing that you’re ready for whatever happens.