Jan 5, 2020 1-3PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Special Guest Jefferey Jaxen
Jefferey Jaxen is a researcher, independent investigative journalist, writer and voice for health freedom on the front lines of society’s shift towards higher consciousness. Jefferey is constantly working behind the scenes to spotlight the untold, censored and under-reported stories of our time. His mission in life is to teach & empower others to take back their power and heal themselves. As a compelling writer, active researcher, and creative force his work has been catapulted into the mainstream. Jefferey was recently featured in the documentary The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest. His writing has been featured by RT, Natural News, InfoWars, Collective-Evolution, Waking Times, GreenMedInfo, The Truth About Cancer and countless others. Along with being a regular guest on national and international television networks and radio shows, his articles are read by tens of thousands weekly. In addition, he has set himself apart with his growing library of unique and original spoken word pieces.
The Top 4 HighWire Editorials of 2019 It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness. It was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity. It was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness. It was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair… For many, 2019 felt like the introduction to Charles Dickens’ classic A Tale of Two Cities. As we stand on the precipice of 2020, we look back and reflect on some of the bigger stories and themes of the year.
STUDY: CDC Vaccine Schedule Likely Induces Aluminum Toxicity in Newborns When it comes to vaccines, nobody ever wants to talk about the aluminum element, and now we understand even better why that is. A new study published in the Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology concluded the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) vaccine schedule was 15.9 times over the recommended safe level of aluminum when researchers adjusted for body weight. Study researchers also estimated that a child who followed the vaccine schedule would be in a state of “chronic toxicity” for 70% of the child’s first seven months of life, 149 days from birth to seven months. The new study builds on prior work that established a “safe” baseline of aluminum in vaccines for infants. This baseline is derived from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) limits for adults, corrected for body weight per dose. Deemed ‘settled science,’ the current rationale for injected aluminum has been based on a broad-brush approach ignoring age, weight, and individual considerations such as genetics and environmental influences on detoxification. The authors went beyond the limited and unscientific one-size-fits-all that drives the historic and current vaccine paradigm. Both the CDC and FDA are telling the public and the medical community that injected aluminum is not harmful to children. But a growing global body of work and common sense is pointing to a bigger story.
Acute exposure and chronic retention of aluminum in three vaccine schedules and effects of genetic and environmental variation Like the mechanisms of action as adjuvants, the pharmacodynamics of injected forms of aluminum commonly used in vaccines are not well-characterized, particularly with respect to how differences in schedules impact accumulation and how factors such as genetics and environmental influences on detoxification influence clearance. Previous modeling efforts are based on very little empirical data, with the model by Priest based on whole-body clearance rates estimated from a study involving a single human subject. In this analysis, we explore the expected acute exposures and longer-term whole-body accumulation/clearance across three vaccination schedules: the current US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) schedule, the current CDC schedule using low aluminum or no aluminum vaccines, and Dr. Paul Thomas’ “Vaccine Friendly Plan” schedule. We then study the effects of an implicit assumption of the Priest model on whether clearance dynamics from successive doses are influenced by the current level of aluminum or modeled by the assumption that a new dose has its own whole-body dynamics “reset” on the day of injection.
Hour 2 Encore – Airing on Genesis Communications Network
Special Guest Dr. Marlene Siegel, DVM!
Dr. Siegel’s passion for medicine was fueled in 1975 when she became an emergency medical technician. While going to college, she worked on an ambulance and in an emergency room. She became the first female paramedic in the state of Fla in 1977. Veterinary medicine was always her first priority, and she fulfilled her life’s passion when she graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1985.
Dr. Siegel spent the first year post graduation in a 5 doctor small animal and exotic practice. She then accepted a position in a veterinary emergency clinic where she practiced and managed the hospital. In addition to the emergency clinic, Dr. Siegel worked in several daytime practices as a relief veterinarian. She opened her existing small animal and exotic practice in 1987.
Read more about Dr. Marlene Siegel HERE
‘It’s not going away’: Vets still seeing cases of dog heart problems linked to grain-free food Debbie Turner remembers the shock when a veterinary specialist said her beloved dog, Kanga Lu, had severe heart damage. For weeks, Kanga had been experiencing odd symptoms, including fatigue, breathing problems and what her local vet assumed were seizures. But now Turner was being told that the Maltese-Chihuahua mix was in late-stage heart failure. The seizures, it turned out, had been fainting spells. “So I’m sitting with what I thought was a healthy 6-year-old dog that was having minor seizures, and now I find out she might only have three months to live,” said Turner, 66, of Orlando, Florida. “At that point I felt like I was in a bottomless pit with no way out.” The first question the specialist had asked Turner when she brought in Kanga — whose blood pressure had skyrocketed — was, “Do you feed her grain-free dog food?” The answer was yes.
Steep rise in pets needing treatment for anxiety as insurance claims skyrocket The number of insurance claims to treat cats, dogs and rabbits for mental health problems has sky-rocketed. Owners are claiming for treatments to tackle a whole host of psychological problems, including anxiety, depression and obsessive compulsive disorder. Some behaviour modification plans and hormone treatments cost owners a steep £1,000 a day. It’s no wonder then that pet insurance companies have paid out £750,000 this year – a 50 per cent increase from 2018, reports The Sunday Times. Dog owner Lesley Church-Burrows, 65, from Epping Forest, Essex, sent her Great Dane for two neurological sessions costing £275 each when the pooch developed agoraphobia. Marlie the dog is fed chicken from Marks and Spencer, sleeps on a memory foam mattress and has 90-minute walks in Epping Forest. But when the dog developed a twitching eye, and when hungry or worried, shakes and shifts from side-to-side, Lesley thought it was time to seek professional help.
Questions of The Day!
Pet stuff is great. I have a dog that I’ve been trying to clear yeast in her ears for a very long time. I can’t seem to clear it up. I have tried another silver, and ear cleaners with silver, but it hasn’t worked. I am trying both sovereign silver drops and Dr. Zach Bush’s Restore in her ears for the microbiome. I even allowed the vet to use an antibiotic a few months ago, but it is still an issue. 🙁
Deb & Dan Hooper