October 18th, 2020 1-3PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Holocaust Survivor: I Saved my Own Life by being “Oppositional Defiant” – Americans are not Rebelling Against Things that are Wrong! Vera Sharav was recently interviewed by Attorney Leah Wilson, the Executive Director of Stand for Health Freedom. Vera Sharav is the Founder and President of Alliance for Human Research Protection, and is a frequent guest contributor on Health Impact News. You can read many of her previous articles and her works of advocacy for protecting children from harm in medical experiments here. Vera was 3 years old when her family was taken out of their home in Romania and herded into a Nazi Concentration Camp. Her father died soon afterwards of typhus. She lived in this camp for more than two years, when plans were put in place to close the camp and annihilate everyone. She reports how a deal was made to allow the orphans to leave the camp if they had someone to sign for them. So her mother sent her out of the camp as an “orphan” to stay with other families. Vera claims this “saved her life.”
Pharma, take note: Millennials plan to spend more on meds, study says The COVID-19 pandemic has millennials worried—and that has them planning to buy more prescription drugs in the future, new research finds. WPP’s global media group, Mindshare, began surveying consumers in mid-March to find out what people were thinking about the then-emerging pandemic. The finding? A lot of concerned consumers. But Mindshare also found that the more consumers worry about their health, the more they plan to spend on medications, Alexis Fragale, Mindshare’s director of consumer insights, said. Overall, 77% of those surveyed planned to increase spending or spend the same amount on prescription medications. However, when analyzed by generation, 26% of millennials—compared with only 9% of baby boomers—said they expect to increase their spending. It’s not that boomers will spend less; 85% expect to spend the same amount. They just aren’t likely to buy more. For comparison, 41% of millennials expect to keep their spending steady. While researchers didn’t ask why, Fragale thinks that COVID-19 has had a substantial impact on people’s mental health. Prescription medicines are a broad category, and since respondents didn’t specify which medicines they were planning to buy, the drugs could be anything from contraceptives to antidepressants, she pointed out. Still, it’s an opportunity for pharma to reach the younger market.
Higher hypothetical disease risk linked with greater willingness to vaccinate A survey of U.S. adults showed that as local case counts of a hypothetical disease increased—indicating increased risk of infection—the proportion of people willing to receive a vaccine for the disease also increased. Bert Baumgaertner of the University of Idaho, Moscow, United States and colleagues present these findings in the open-access journal PLOS Medicine. People may be hesitant to receive a vaccine for several reasons, such as lack of confidence in the vaccine, lack of convenient access to the vaccine, or low perceived risk of contracting the disease. A better understanding of these reasons could aid efforts to mitigate disease spread. However, links between vaccine hesitancy and perceived risk of disease have been unclear. Now, Baumgaertner and colleagues investigate the concept of vaccine propensity: how willing a person is to vaccinate according to their perceived risk of infection, assuming vaccine confidence and convenience remain unchanged. In 2018, the researchers explored vaccine propensity with an online survey that presented hypothetical disease scenarios to about 2,500 U.S. adults and asked how high their local community’s case count would need to be before they would be willing to vaccinate.
Bill Gates Warns “World Won’t Return To Normal” Until “Second Generation” Of COVID-19 Super-Vaccines Arrives As the number of trial halts involving experimental COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics grows, public policymakers, the scientific community, and billionaires like Bill Gates are becoming increasingly worried about an issue that analysts from Goldman Sachs raised in a recent research note, where they warned that the biggest obstacle to eradicating COVID-19 could be convincing everyone to take the vaccines. So after doing his part to sow doubt about the reliability of President Trump’s FDA, Microsoft founder Bill Gates is now doing a series of interviews to tout his foundation’s collaboration with the WHO (which aims to provide vaccine doses to everyone in need across the developing world) and urge his audience to stop worrying and accept the vaccine, as soon as it’s available (for the record, Gates said recently that he expects vaccines to be widely available by the end of next year, though he qualified that by acknowledging that the efficacy of vaccines is still unknown). But as of last night, that timeline has apparently changed, as Gates now apparently believes – perhaps in light of the recent cases of patients being reinfected with the virus – that the initial round of vaccines in development won’t be enough to provide complete immunity.
Finger pointed at Swiss yodelling ‘superspreader’ concert The coronavirus pandemic has not deterred the Swiss from sending yodels echoing across their mountain valleys, but a concert attended by 600 people is believed to have made one canton a European virus hotspot. At the late September yodelling event in the rural Schwyz canton, people in the audience were asked to maintain social distancing, but mask-wearing was not required. “We can’t do anything about what happened with this yodelling group. We found out nine days after the performances that several people from the group were infected,” event organiser Beat Hegner told RTS public television. Now the pandemic has spread through the region, with 1,238 cases compared with just 500 in mid-September. On Wednesday alone, 94 people tested positive, twice as many as the day before. The overloaded cantonal hospital has asked people to begin wearing masks and avoiding gatherings. “There’s an extremely high rate of positive tests. We’ve gone from 30 to 50 percent,” hospital chief Franziska Foellmi said
“But I spoke with my virologist friend and he said…” by Jon Rappoport Dr. Scott Atlas, coronavirus advisor to President Trump: “History will record the faces of public health expertise, as some of the most sinful, egregious epic failures in the history of public policy. They have killed people, with their lack of understanding. The policy itself is a crime against humanity.” 
Ever since I provided compelling evidence that no one has proved the COVID virus exists   , I’ve been getting a sprinkling of messages from people:
“My good friend, who is a virologist, says the virus is very real…”
“My friend, a geneticist, says you don’t need to have an isolated specimen of the virus, as long as you’ve sequenced its genetic structure…”
“My doctor friend says people are dying, so it must be the virus…”
This is like saying, “Two years after the September 11th attacks, I spoke with my friend, who used to work for the CIA, and he said the 9/11 Commission Report was absolutely correct.”
“If the virus isn’t there…why do they believe it is?” by Jon Rappoport For the past eight months, I’ve been providing evidence that no one has proved the COVID virus exists.
Over the past week, I’ve quoted two major sources—the CDC and the authors of a major European study—who admit they did not have any virus.    And both of these groups were, at the same time, constructing a way to do a diagnostic test for that very virus which wasn’t there.
I’ve also pointed out that scientists throw around the phrase, “isolation of the virus,” like short-order cooks slinging hash in a diner. The phrase is used with incredible carelessness and deceptive imprecision.
Likewise, researchers’ claims of having “sequenced” the genetic structure of the virus are very misleading, because the sequencing is done without direct observation of the virus. It is INFERRED from analyzing a piece of RNA which is ASSUMED (not proved) to come from the virus.
Most of these scientists are true believers. They accept, like dogma, the standard and non-valid procedures for “isolating” and “sequencing” the virus.
A smaller number of scientists understand the hoax, but they remain criminally silent—or they are actively perpetuating the hoax.
Hour 2 ENCORE – John Hewlett – Cardio Miracle
The discovery of the function of nitric oxide which won the Nobel Prize in medicine gave humanity hope to conquer the deadliest disease on the planet. Scientist would soon learn nitric oxide not only regulates blood pressure and increases blood flow, but plays a vital role on the whole body system. The goal to change lives one person at a time became Cardio Miracle’s clarion call. To do this the founder, John Hewlett, embarked on a five year journey to produce the world’s finest nitric oxide supplement. Cardio Miracle’s commitment to excellence resulted in the formulation of the most effective defense against heart disease and to provide the best natural pathway to produce nitric oxide in the body. Cardio Miracle was designed to give the body an instant jolt of nitric oxide and then sustain the nitric oxide boosting effects for a 12 hour period. The highest quality ingredients were selected before this formula was put through rigorous laboratory testing to ensure efficacy, quality and sustained delivery. The end result is the most synergistic blend of mostly organic, bioavailable active ingredients.
Struggling with Painful Neuropathy? Nitric Oxide Might Help One of the painful symptoms of diabetes is peripheral neuropathy. It’s the result of nerve damage and poor circulation. Nitric oxide may help support healthy circulation. Boosting nitric oxide, or NO, might help improve circulation, so your extremities get the oxygen and nutrients they need to function. Pain from neuropathy – common in people with diabetes – could be the result of damaged nerves. Poor circulation cuts off the supply of oxygen and nutrients that allow them to function properly. The improper nerve function may cause your body to perceive pain. Nitric oxide helps relax and dilate blood vessels so blood flows more easily, and oxygen and nutrients are delivered. Limited circulation can cause pain in other ways. It’s known to lead to swelling (edema) that puts pressure on nerves and swells capillaries that are required for oxygen supply. Think of what happens when you wrap an elastic tightly around your finger. It turns blue, swells, and eventually becomes painful enough for you to remove the elastic. NO counters this natural rubber band effect caused by poor circulation, helping to relieve swelling. Pain medications, including opioids which are highly addictive, are often prescribed to treat pain related to nerve damage. But these medications do nothing to address the cause of pain.
Ten or more medications, often prescribed to older heart failure patients, raises concerns More than half of older patients hospitalized for heart failure, a progressive condition in which the heart doesn’t pump blood as well as it should, are discharged from the hospital with prescriptions for 10 or more medications, according to new research published today in Circulation: Heart Failure, an American Heart Association journal. “High medication burden, also known as polypharmacy, is commonly associated with adverse events and reactions,” said Parag Goyal, M.D., M.Sc., senior study author and assistant professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine and a geriatric cardiologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City. “As the treatment options for various conditions including heart failure expand and the population ages, it is becoming increasingly important to weigh the risks and possible benefits of multiple medications.” To explore the medication burden of older adults with heart failure, researchers examined the medical charts of 558 adults, aged 65 and older, covered by Medicare and hospitalized for heart failure between 2003 and 2014 at one of 380 hospitals in the U.S. All were participants in the Reasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke (REGARDS) study, a large nationwide prospective observational cohort of over 30,000 participants that began in 2003 and continues with ongoing follow-up.
Higher doses of vitamin D slowed progression of frailty in older mice, preclinical study shows When it comes to vitamin D, most adults exhibit either frank deficiency, which results in clear clinical symptoms, or insufficiency, which often goes undetected. But how that insufficiency impacts physical health and the vulnerability of older adults to frailty as they age has been difficult to determine. Now a University at Buffalo study of 24-28–month-old mice, the equivalent of 65-to-80-year-old adults, has found that frailty can be slowed with what might be considered “over” supplementation with vitamin D, referred to as “hypersufficiency.” Published Sept. 30 in Nutrients, the research builds on previous work that Kenneth L. Seldeen, Ph.D., first author and research assistant professor in the Department of Medicine in the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at UB, has been conducting for more than a decade with colleague Bruce R. Troen, MD, professor of medicine and chief of the Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine and director of the Center for Successful Aging, both in the Jacobs School.
Study shows whole-fruit vitamin C boosts feelings of vitality A University of Otago study has shown adults low in dietary vitamin C can improve their feelings of vitality by eating two kiwifruit a day for two weeks. The study highlights the advantages of ingesting vitamin C through whole fruits such as kiwifruit. Observed effects were more marked than in a matched population taking vitamin C predominantly through a supplement tablet. Researchers from Otago’s Department of Psychology (Dunedin) and the Center for Free Radical Research in Christchurch ran a placebo-controlled intervention to test whether increasing vitamin C through whole fruit or tablets can improve feelings of vitality or zest for life. They recruited 167 participants between 18 to 35 years-old who had low baseline levels of vitamin C and randomly divided them into three groups; a kiwifruit group, an equivalent vitamin C tablet group (250 mg), or a placebo-tablet group. Each day for four weeks, participants were asked to eat two Sungold kiwifruit (a fruit known to be exceptionally high in vitamin C) or consume their tablet. Blood vitamin C levels and questionnaire measures of mood, fatigue, and well-being were measured fortnightly throughout the study.
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