December 14th, 2020 3-5PM ET
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First coronavirus vaccine deliveries out to all 50 states in US The U.S. will administer its first doses of Pfizer’s recently approved coronavirus vaccine on Monday, Dec. 14, as part of a historic mass vaccination effort, while related deaths tick toward the 300,000 mark. The first of almost 3 million shots will go to health care workers and residents of nursing homes, prioritized as the most vulnerable. Federal officials estimate that residents of long-term care facilities account for 40% of virus deaths to date. Workers at a Pfizer plant in Portage, Mich., loaded the first doses onto trucks on Sunday, and UPS and FedEx routed the precious, sub-freezing product across the country. The vaccines were taken from Pfizer’s Portage facility to Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids. Trucks departing the Michigan facility were met with cheers Sunday. FedEx took to Twitter on Monday to announce the successful completion of initial deliveries. “We’ve safely made our first deliveries of @pfizer- @BioNTech_Group COVID-19 vaccines,” FedEx wrote in a Tweet. “We’re honored to be able to use our network to transport these critical vaccines in the U.S., and eventually the world.”
Four trial volunteers who got Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine developed Bell’s palsy As the United Kingdom began administering people with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, four people who got Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine in the firm’s trial developed Bell’s palsy, a form of temporary facial paralysis, according to US regulators’ report on the shot. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulators said there wasn’t any clear way that the vaccine caused Bell’s palsy, but warned that doctors should watch for the alarming side effect and Pfizer should continue to keep tab on how many people it strikes. Bell’s palsy is a condition that causes temporary weakness or paralysis of the facial muscles. It can usually occur when a nerve that controls the muscles becomes inflamed, swollen or compressed. Meanwhile, Pfizer chief executive Albert Bourla said the company did not “cut any corners” while rolling out the vaccines. The vaccine has “been tested in the exact same way as we are testing any vaccine that is circulating out there,” Bourla asserted, adding, “this vaccine actually was tested, because of the scrutiny, with even higher standards in terms of how we do things.”
Australia Scraps Billion Dollar Coronavirus Vaccine After Participants Test HIV Positive The Australian Government has scrapped a billion dollar coronavirus vaccine agreement with Australian biotech company CSL Limited to supply 51 million doses of a Covid-19 vaccine being developed by the University of Queensland after several trial participants returned false positive HIV test results. The University of Queensland has abruptly ended its trials for coronavirus vaccine the Australian government had ordered in a $1 billion deal for 51 million doses. The deal was terminated after participants returned false positive HIV test results over fears that vaccine mishap would damage the public’s confidence in the COVID-19 vaccination program. On Friday the Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, said: University of Queensland vaccine will not be able to proceed based on the scientific advice, and that will no longer feature as part of Australia’s vaccine plan. Australian vaccine scientist Nikolai Petrovsky had warned the government about the risk of including HIV in a vaccine months before the $1billion deal was signed. Mr Petrovsky told The Australian the problem with the use of HIV was clear in the ‘hamster and mouse data’ but his advice was ignored. He said the early data suggested the vaccine itself was quite unstable.
H20 = Happiness: People who drink 6 glasses of water daily are more optimistic, successful, energetic What’s the key to happiness? Most people would probably answer that question with responses like love or family. Interestingly, a new survey of 2,000 Americans finds the true answer may be staying hydrated. The poll finds those who maintain proper hydration tend to be happier, more successful, and more energetic. Respondents who drink at least six glasses of water daily (41%) are most likely to agree with the statement, “I’m very happy.” Conversely, only 12 percent of those drinking less than one glass of water per day say the same. Commissioned by Bosch home appliances, the survey also reports 40 percent of Americans drinking more than six glasses of water consider themselves an optimistic person. Only 10 percent of those drinking less than one cup share the same sentiment. Hydration also seems to have a big impact on rest and refreshment. People who drink lots of water (6+ cups) only wake up feeling tired 2.59 times per week. Those who drink minimal water wake up feeling exhausted 3.14 times a week. Well hydrated people are also more likely to be successful and least likely to show up late for work.
Several U.S. populations and regions exposed to high arsenic concentrations in drinking water A new national study of public water systems found that arsenic levels were not uniform across the U.S., even after implementation of the latest national regulatory standard. In the first study to assess differences in public drinking water arsenic exposures by geographic subgroups, researchers at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health confirmed there are inequalities in drinking water arsenic exposure across certain sociodemographic subgroups and over time. Community water systems reliant on groundwater, serving smaller populations located in the Southwest, and Hispanic communities were more likely to continue exceeding the national maximum containment level, raising environmental justice concerns. The findings are published online in Environmental Health Perspectives. “This research has important implications for public health efforts aimed at reducing arsenic exposure levels, and for advancing environmental justice,” said Anne Nigra, PhD, postdoctoral research fellow in environmental health sciences, and first author. “Systematic studies of inequalities in public drinking water exposures have been lacking until now. These findings identify communities in immediate need of additional protective public health measures.”
Question of The Day!
Thanks for the information on the brused bone pain. The arnica and silica are on their way to my aunt.
I never thought about the detox angle that you mentioned. If the 911 contaminated her, that might explain a lot of things. the equilibrium problem has plagued her for a long time. What suggestions would you make to help her to detox?
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Yeah, and every time I try to get the word out about naturalcures.com on Twitter with regards to the lie we are being told about the covid, the information is blocked.
People really need to be made aware of what the plans are over at CDC…….at least so that they may make an informed decision for themselves. There are numerous sources on the net that ARE telling the truth-glad this is one of them….great job!!!!
Joseph the Carpenter
Hour 2 – Stan Graham – 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.
As Covid-19 vaccines are shipped, experts appear divided on guidance for those with history of severe allergic reaction An independent advisory committee to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted overwhelmingly on Saturday to recommend use of the Covid-19 vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech. But the meeting also revealed an apparent divide in thinking on whether the vaccine should be given to people with a history of severe allergic reactions to other medicines, a determination that could prevent hundreds of thousands of people from receiving it. During a presentation before the committee, a CDC official provided advisory language suggesting that any individual with a history of a severe allergic reaction to an injectable medication or vaccine should not receive the Pfizer/BioNTech product, which was granted emergency authorization by the Food and Drug Administration late Friday. Two health care workers in Britain experienced a severe reaction earlier this week after vaccinations started outside of clinical trials. But the FDA, in issuing its emergency use authorization, only warned against using the vaccine in people who had previously had severe reactions to ingredients in this particular vaccine, not any vaccine or injectable drug.
Flu cases lower than normal so far this year, COVID-19 likely the reason Flu activity remains “unusually low” in many parts of the United States, according to data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and experts say masking and social distancing to prevent spread of COVID-19 may be the reason. In its weekly FluView report, the agency noted that just 0.2% of the respiratory specimens tested at laboratories nationally between Nov. 27 and Dec. 5 were positive for the flu virus. Just 40 of more than 22,000 specimens evaluated at U.S. hospital labs and 16 of more than 16,000 evaluated at public health labs in the country during that week tested positive for the flu, according to the agency. In addition, less than 2% of all doctor visits across the country over the same period were related to the seasonal bug, the CDC said. And, for the first time in recent memory, none of the 50 U.S. states has reported “high” flu activity so far this winter season, according to the agency. “The combination of distancing and masking is having an impact on all respiratory viruses, not just [COVID-19],” Dr. Tony Moody, an associate professor of pediatric infectious diseases and immunology at Duke University Medical Center, told UPI.
Comments of The Day!
I was listening to the show from Dec 11th Ty was mentioning that he saw a clip of China having re-education camps for the muslim Chinese-it’s true 100% I saw an extended video I wish I would have downloaded the video but I didn’t. Why doesn’t Trump listen to Gen. Mckinnery as advised whats he waiting for??? Call National Emergency-initiate insurrection Act-Declare Marshall law- for any violence that takes place from antifa-Suspend Habeus Corpus-Set-up military Tribunals-Arrest and try everyone involved!
Please do a story on Ohio State’s Attorney General and “how” he joined in on the Texas lawsuit All the while encouraging SCOTUS to deny the case. From his submission to SCOTUS here is his quote: “The relief that Texas seeks would undermine a foundation premise of our federalist system: the idea that the States are sovereigns, free to govern themselves.” He went on to say, “The courts have no more business ordering the People’s representatives how to choose electors than they do ordering the People themselves how to choose their dinners”. Dewine and Yost are corrupt Democrats who got elected by claiming to be Republicans. Love your show by the way!
Having a dog with diabetes raises one’s risk of developing the disease too Any dog owner will tell you there’s a special bond between humans and canines, but a new study is taking that idea to a whole new level. Researchers at Uppsala University report owners of a dog with diabetes are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes themselves compared to people without a dog. Interestingly, this connection does not appear in pet owners with other animals like cats. Prior research discovered a possible connection between obesity in dog owners and their pups. So, this study’s authors set out to investigate if there is a similar connection regarding diabetes. By combining data provided by a Swedish veterinary insurance register with additional Swedish population and health registers, researchers collected a significant amount of information on dog and cat owners in the country. In all, the team examined over 175,000 dog owners and close to 90,000 cat owners during this study. Study authors focused on middle-aged or older pet owners and had their health records tracked for six years. The team then compared type 2 diabetes diagnoses for the owners against their pets’ canine and feline diabetes rates.