May 4th, 2021 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
10M kids could get Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine by fall if jab approved for younger population, Gottlieb says The former head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said over the weekend that some 10 million U.S. children could receive the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine before fall should the jab receive emergency use authorization for the nation’s younger population. During an appearance on CBS News’ “Face the Nation” Sunday, former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb estimated that some 5 million children between the ages of 12 and 15 would immediately receive the jab following approval, while another 5 to 7 million would likely be vaccinated before the beginning of the fall 2021 school year. “Look, I’m hopeful that the FDA is going to authorize the Pfizer vaccine, the company I’m on the board of, [which] has applied for permission to start giving its vaccine to 12- to 15-year-olds,” Gottlieb said. “I’m hopeful the FDA is going to authorize that in a very short time period. And I think once that gets authorized, I think you’ll pick up probably 5 million kids [who] will get immediately vaccinated. There [are] about 17 million children between the age of 12 and 15. I think we’ll pick up about 5 million immediately. I think probably another 5 million, 5 [million] to 7 million, would get vaccinated over the course of the summer before the school year.”
Report: FDA set to authorize Pfizer vaccine for those as young as 12 The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is poised to authorize Pfizer and BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine for adolescents as young as age 12 by early next week, The New York Times reported Monday. The highly anticipated decision would be a major step toward ensuring middle and high schools can operate for full in-person learning next fall — and would be a major boon to parents concerned about the safety of summer activities. Pfizer’s vaccine is currently authorized for teenagers aged 16 and older. The other two vaccines on the market in the U.S., from Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, are only authorized for adults. An FDA spokeswoman declined to comment, saying only that the review is ongoing. “We can assure the public that we are working to review this request as quickly and transparently as possible,” Stephanie Caccomo said. The agency has been reviewing the amended application from Pfizer and BioNTech for nearly a month. The companies cited research from their clinical trial in late March that found the vaccine was effective in the younger population, and produced strong antibody responses.
We now have the technology to develop vaccines that spread themselves A FAMOUS quote often attributed to Benjamin Franklin is “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. The world is now discovering the cost of its pound of cure for covid-19. But what would an ounce of prevention look like? For infectious diseases that originate in wild animals, like covid-19, SARS, MERS and Ebola, one solution is to prevent the transmission to humans in the first place. To achieve this, an important first step is to change our behaviour to reduce contact with the wildlife species that harbour such diseases. A complementary approach is to target the infectious agents that carry these diseases by reducing their prevalence or eliminating them within wildlife populations. Although this isn’t a new idea, advances in technology mean we may have a better chance of it succeeding than ever before. The classic example of this is rabies: we vaccinate dogs and many wild carnivores to suppress rabies in those populations and so reduce our own risk of catching it. Although these vaccination campaigns have virtually eliminated human rabies in the US and Europe, the disease still kills more than 55,000 people annually across Africa and Asia, where the cost of wildlife vaccination projects is a barrier to maintaining a sufficient level of immunity.
Questions of The Day!
Hi Robert and Don!!!
I just saw the Mike Adams article about vaccine spike protein shedding, from people who are vaccinated, and that could impact the non-vaccinated the same way as the vaccine itself does.
I’m working with the cuban homeopathic complex PREVENGO since last year, for me, my family and my clients, and it’s very effective against the virus, to prevent and treat, but, I wonder if it can be enough for the sheddinf of the spike protein. This complex puts together the main remedies known to prevent and treat the covid symptoms, in 200ch !!! Including the crotalus horridus for the blood clots.
I’d like to know what are your thoughts about this possible shedding, and to what point should we avoid being around vaccinated people…
Thank you for your fantastic job!!!! I always enjoy your show 🙂
Annie, the homeopath from Quebec (also known as Kebekistan!!!)
On yesterday’s show, someone asked about dosage of selenium, chromium, and silica. My question is on the silica…you said start at 3 tablets, 4 times a day. Is that for everyone just starting on silica? Or was that amount for someone with cancer? Then you said taper down to 4 to6 tablets per day. How long should you stay at the higher dose? Then do you gradually taper down? I am currently taking selenium, and yesterday decided to order the chromium and silica and want to make sure I’m doing the right dosage. Thanks for your help.
We can’t get our thyroid or blood pressure medicine because we can’t wear a mask to see our doctor. We wore a mask one time. My oxygen level dropped to 84 my wife 74. No mask never again. Are there any natural ways to help?
Comment of The Day!
Thank you SuperD and RSB for the Sovereign Silver products and CV-Defense from the AMA! Besides being excited to get so many things for free, I loved that you packed them in a bunch of plastic grocery bags. Since I usually use insulated bags for grocery I’ve been running short of them. I need them for cleaning out the kitty litter box! LOL.
Urgent Call to Action! Tell President Biden: Dr. Pan Is Wrong Choice for HRSA President Joe Biden is considering appointing California Senator Dr. Richard Pan as administrator of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), an agency that operates under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Approximately 40 state and federal medical associations on April 15 sent a letter of support for Pan to the president. Pan’s long history of removing parental rights and health freedoms, along with his record of kowtowing to Big Pharma’s agenda, make him uniquely unqualified for this position. It is imperative that health freedom advocates throughout the country let President Biden know that Pan should not be considered for this position. You can take action now by sending the below letter to President Biden, and urging all your friends and family to do the same. The president needs to hear from millions of us — and the time to act is now.
Hour 2 Special Guest – Tracey Stroup
Tracey Stroup has been in the health and wellness industry for over 25 years. She has a B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science from the Pennsylvania State University with a minor in Nutrition. She has also continued her education taking courses in biochemistry, biology and food science. Tracey is a Certified Digestive Health Specialist from the Food Enzyme Institute. She once dreamed of going to medical school but turned down her acceptance to pursue a career in natural health. She completed her designation as a Naturopathic Doctor from Trinity School of Natural Health with additional courses as a Master Herbalist, Iridology and is a Certified Natural Health Professional.
Tracey’s career in Natural Health has been vast. Her first career path was as a personal trainer and quickly advanced to Fitness Director of several gyms. She eventually opened her own personal training studio from 2005 – 2012 where she employed three additional trainers with an average clientele of 200+ clients a week. Upon attaining her natural health designation, Tracey became an instructor for her Alma Mater. During that time she owned a successful natural health practice in her hometown utilizing the trilogy of health approach with each client: mind, body and spirit. Within her practice she co-owned a juice bar and corporate wellness company. Tracey has been the Vice President of Operations for a natural health college establishing curriculum, partnerships with large supplement companies and creating natural health business management strategies for graduates of the program. Tracey was recruited by a leading Biocommunication company as their Vice President of Operations where she designed practitioner software, educational concepts and marketing strategies to promote their software and brand.
The future is bright…
Tracey’s experience and education have now brought her to Nutritional Frontiers. As our Chief Operating Officer, Tracey’s mission is to work with practitioners in the field to create educational opportunities beyond their scope of practice, provide a platform to share their expertise through our new division, Nutritional Frontiers University, and to teach the masses about the value of a foundational living. Tracey works directly with Nutritional Frontiers departments to provide guidance for better operations to enhance the customer experience. She is instrumental in creating new divisions to educate and provide wellness to the consumer populations. Programs like the Nutritional Frontiers University, The 5R System and our new Corporate Wellness division are a few examples of programs introduced since her joining our team.
“I’m truly excited to be part of the Nutritional Frontiers team. This is a company based on education, great products and wonderful people. Together we can unify the industry of medical and natural health professionals under the brand of knowledge and the common goal to make the world healthy again.” Tracey
Can CBD Be the Next Superbug Slayer? The syringe was “very full, very large,” and it would make sitting down uncomfortable for a while. “Kit” had gone to the health center in Chicago for a full panel of STI tests — it had been a minute, after all, and regular screenings are an important part of safe, multi-partner relationships. During the test, they were told the health center would be double-checking for gonorrhea — “there’s a new antibiotic-resistant strain” about, Kit explains. Kit tested positive for the bacteria. Fearing the chance it was the superbug version — one resistant to antibiotics — the staff shot Kit up with a double dose of antibiotics (in that very full, very large syringe) and left them with a stern warning to avoid all sexual activity, lest they potentially infect someone else. The health center staff’s concerns are well founded, and shared by researchers attempting to find new weapons in our constant microbial arms race. And they’ve found potential in a popular panacea that many people claim can do just about anything: cannabidiol (CBD). But unlike most CBD remedies on the market, CBD and antibiotics actually has some science behind it.
CBD for Heart Disease Heart disease is a catchall phrase for the disease that develops when the arteries of the heart cannot deliver enough oxygen-rich blood to the heart, leading to events like heart attack. It’s the leading cause of death in the United States, killing about 655,000 Americans each year, which is about one in every four deaths. Key risk factors for heart disease include unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, diabetes, overweight and obesity, and excessive alcohol use. Similarly, a stroke, which is sometimes called “ brain attack,” occurs when blood flow to the brain is blocked or reduced. So the same precautions that protect against heart attacks and other cardiovascular disease (like diet, exercise, and a healthy lifestyle that can include CBD supplementation) can help prevent stroke. CBD can also play a key role in protecting the brain after a stroke. Research shows that CBD can help maintain healthy cardiovascular function and prevent heart disease on a number of fronts, including protecting against hardening of the arteries, lowering blood pressure, and reducing the incidence of potentially dangerous arrhythmias. It starts inside your arteries. When the linings of your artery walls are injured, they build up plaque that can cause the arteries to narrow. This is called atherosclerosis; it’s a prevalent form of heart disease. Inflammation is a leading cause of this type of injury, as is high blood pressure. Exposure to tiny chronic doses of THC has been shown to slow the progression of atherosclerosis in animal studies.