Aug 28, 2019 3-5PM ET
Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Self-Appointed Internet Police Declare MedicalKidnap.com and DOJ Vaccine Court Reports Fake News Health Impact News was recently contacted by John Gregory, a medical reporter working for the company NewsGuard, a self-appointed Internet policing group that awards “nutrition badge” ratings for websites determining if they are “reliable” or not. Mr. Gregory accused me right up front of publishing “false” claims, and asked me to comment on a list of articles in our network that he determined were “false.” Curiously, one of the articles he chose to exhibit as something published that was “false” was one of our articles on the Department of Justice quarterly reports on compensated cases for vaccine injuries and deaths in the U.S. Vaccine Court, submitted every three months to the federal government Advisory Commission on Childhood Vaccines (ACCV) under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The article is reporting what is public information from government sources. It is not even considered controversial, and in the introduction I even write: “The fact that the annual flu shot is deadly and dangerous is not a fact even in dispute.” The flu shot is by far the most compensated vaccine for settlements in the U.S. Vaccine Court each year, according to these government reports.
Autism rates increasing fastest among black, Hispanic youth Autism rates among racial minorities in the United States have increased by double digits in recent years, with black rates now exceeding those of whites in most states and Hispanic rates growing faster than any other group, according to new University of Colorado Boulder research. The study, published this month in the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, also found that prevalence of autism among white youth is ticking up again, after flattening in the mid-2000s. While some of the increase is due to more awareness and greater detection of the disorder among minority populations, other environmental factors are likely at play, the authors conclude. “We found that rates among blacks and Hispanics are not only catching up to those of whites—which have historically been higher—but surpassing them,” said lead author Cynthia Nevison, an atmospheric research scientist with the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research. “These results suggest that additional factors beyond just catch-up may be involved.”
Your tattoo is leaking metal into your lymph nodes, study claims Sick lymph nodes, bruh! Turns out your tattoo artist gave you more than ink. New research has revealed that nanoparticles from tattoo needles are traveling to the body’s lymph nodes — a possible explanation for some allergic reactions to tramp stamps, cutesy calf ribbons and inspirational quotes. Initial research in 2017 showed that pigments leak from the tattoo site and amass in the body’s lymph nodes. But the new study into the phenomenon has ID’d chromium and nickel particles migrating the same way, according to the journal Particle and Fibre Toxicology. “We were following up on our previous study, by trying to find the link between iron, chromium and nickel and the coloring of the inks,” study author Ines Schreiver, of the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in Germany, tells News Atlas. “After studying several human tissue samples and finding metallic components, we realized that there must be something else…Then we thought of testing the needle and that was our ‘eureka’ moment.”
Questions of The Day!
Hi Dr. Bell,
I have seen this information before, but I cannot find it at the moment. Can you please tell me the amount of aloe vera juice and the amount of colloidal silver for leaky gut?
Robin = )
Do I find the selenium and chromium you mentioned during your discussion with Not a Doc on Choose to Be Healthy?
Hour 2 – Outside The Box With Ty Bollinger!
It’s time to go Outside The Box again with Ty Bollinger! What will we be talking about today?
The Message of Measles One day in the early sixties, Saul Zucker, a pediatrician and anesthesiologist in the Bronx, was treating the child of a New York assemblyman named Alexander Chananau. Amid the stethoscoping and reflex-hammering of a routine checkup, the two men got to talking about polio, which was still a threat to the nation’s youth, in spite of the discovery, the previous decade, of a vaccine. At the time, some states had laws requiring the vaccination of schoolchildren, but New York was not one of them. In his office, on the Grand Concourse, Zucker urged Chananau to push such a law, and shortly afterward the assemblyman introduced a bill in the legislature. The proposal encountered resistance, especially from Christian Scientists, whose faith teaches that disease is a state of mind. (The city’s health commissioner opposed the bill as well, writing to Chananau, “We do not like to legislate the things which can be obtained without legislation.”) To mollify the dissenters, Chananau and others added a religious exemption; you could forgo vaccination if it violated the principles of your faith. In 1966, the bill passed, 150–2, making New York the first state to have a vaccination law with a religious exemption.
Texas Is Setting Itself Up For a Major Measles Epidemic, New Study Warns The vaccination rate among school children in Texas is slipping to dangerous levels, and public health experts are now warning of a major measles epidemic. If they’re right, it could be one of the largest outbreaks since measles was first declared eliminated in the United States. “At current vaccination rates, there’s a significant chance of an outbreak involving more than 400 people right now in some Texas cities,” says David Sinclair an expert in health policy and management at the University of Pittsburgh. “We forecast that a continuous reduction in vaccination rates would exponentially increase possible outbreak sizes.” These predictions are based on real-world vaccination data, which was plugged into an “agent-based” simulation that runs for the typical length of a school year. This computer model essentially creates a synthetic population that moves around a community in a realistic fashion, from home to work or to school.
Johnson & Johnson Found Guilty of Fueling Opioid Crisis An Oklahoma judge ruled yesterday that Johnson & Johnson was directly responsible for fueling the state’s opioid crisis. Attorneys for the state called Johnson & Johnson the “kingpin” of the opioid epidemic. The landmark ruling is the first to hold a manufacturer responsible for the opioid crisis and will likely serve as a litmus test for over 2,000 similar cases across the nation. In the afternoon decision, Judge Thad Balkman ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay over $572 million to help the state combat addiction and provide treatment for those already affected. Balkman was incredibly clear in his verdict, saying that Johnson & Johnson had used “false, misleading, and dangerous marketing campaigns” that “caused exponentially increasing rates of addiction, overdose deaths,” and harm to infants. The case, accusing manufacturers of violating public nuisance laws by fueling the opioid crisis, originally included Purdue Pharma (the creators of OxyContin) and Teva Pharmaceuticals (a major supplier of generic opioids). Both chose to settle with the state for $270 million and $85 million, respectively. Johnson & Johnson chose to fight the accusations in court.
Whole Foods CEO on plant-based meat boom: Good for the environment but not for your health There are currently two main, buzzy players in the plant-based “meat” market: Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods. In 2013, Whole Foods gave plant-based meat start-up Beyond Meat its first shot at selling its vegan “chicken” strips at Whole Foods locations across the country. Early believers and investors in the product were billionaires Bill Gates and Twitter co-founder Biz Stone. “We launched Beyond Meat. We were their launching pad. In fact, I think all of their new products have been introduced at Whole Foods,” John Mackey, co-founder and CEO of Whole Foods, tells CNBC Make It. A year later, Beyond Meat developed its first “beef” product made from plant proteins, which later morphed into its now-famous Beyond Burger in 2016. (The company has since made recipe updates to its original beef patties. In June, Beyond Meat announced its new recipe uses a “blend of pea, mung bean and rice proteins.” )
Communist China’s Social Credit Score System being Implemented in U.S. by Silicon Valley? Recently we reported that China’s new Social Credit Score system resulted in millions of Chinese citizens being banned from public travel due to social credit scores that were too low: The Chinese government operated English news site, Global Times, tweeted recently that the government had restricted 2.56 million people from purchasing plane tickets, and 90,000 people from buying high-speed rail tickets during the month of July, due to too low of a social credit score. China’s new social credit system will be fully operational by 2020, but it is apparently already in place across China. Like a person’s financial credit score, a social credit score can move up or down based on your social behavior. In recent years, China has increasingly monitored its citizens activities through social media, and extensive facial recognition software. “Bad behavior” can lower an individual’s social credit score, and “good behavior” can increase it. Reported examples of “bad behavior” include: playing too many video games, spreading “fake news,” drinking too much, walking your dog without a leash, smoking where you are not supposed to, or simply being too noisy on a train or bus. (Full Story.)
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More upcoming RSB events:
- Cancer Control Society 47th Annual Cancer Convention Aug. 31, Sept. 1 & 2, 2019 Glendale, CA
- The Truth About Cancer LIVE Oct 11-13 2019 Anaheim, CA
- Trinity Health Freedom Expo Oct 26-27 2019 Tinley Park, IL