December 11, 7-9PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Sanofi Has Some ‘Splainin’ To Do….
Sanofi official testifies to Dengvaxia’s safety as questions in Philippines multiply A Sanofi
executive defended the company’s dengue vaccine before lawmakers in the Philippines Monday, urging the country to look past a mounting safety scandal and continue fighting the endemic disease. Meanwhile, new media reports raised questions about the genesis of the country’s immunization campaign, suggesting that the Department of Health’s effort went forward in the face of contrary advice from its own experts. During a public Senate hearing, Sanofi’s Asia Pacific head Thomas Triomphe said the company assures “each and every one of you that Dengvaxia is, and continues to be, a safe and efficacious vaccine.” According to footage from ABS-CBN News, Triomphe told officials their recent decision to stop a national Dengvaxia immunization campaign will be a “regression” in the country’s approach to fighting dengue and a “disservice” to the public.
Sanofi scandal in the Philippines could spread mistrust of vaccines In an era when too many people remain suspicious of vaccines, one of the world’s largest manufacturers may have made matters worse while trying to control dengue fever. For the past two weeks, Sanofi has been engulfed by scandal in the Philippines after disclosing that its Dengvaxia vaccine could worsen — rather than prevent — future cases of the mosquito-borne virus in people who had not previously been infected. About 830,000 children in the Philippines were vaccinated; now the government is demanding a $59 million refund and probing whether the vaccine was approved improperly.
Monkey See, Monkey Do?
Opioid painkiller prescriptions may run in families When one person in a household gets
prescribed opioids, the other people who live with them are more likely to get their own prescriptions for these narcotic painkillers, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers examined data on about 12.6 million people living in a household where someone was prescribed opioids and 6.4 million individuals in homes where someone was prescribed a different option for pain – nonprescription steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) drugs. Overall, 11.83 percent of people living with someone prescribed opioids and 11.11 percent of people living with a person prescribed NSAIDs started taking opioids over the next year, the study found.
Question of The Day!
Some follow-up questions regarding the silver aloe protocol. . .
1.) Is eating yogurt in the evening enough for the “probiotic replenishment”?
2.) If so, should my son NOT eat yogurt during the day?
3.) If so, how much yogurt? It will be mostly homemade yogurt using organic raw milk. I don’t pasteurize it – just get it to 116 and then add Stonyfield organic yogurt as starter.
My son has started the protocol for his long-term sinus problems. (I will be starting it soon, also, for very long-term candida issues.) He is skeptical about getting any results but is willing to try. He thinks all my ideas are hare-brained. I’m really hoping this works, not only to (for once) vindicate me, but also to give him a positive experience with natural medicine. So far, his experiences have cost money and yielded no results (pilonidal cyst – he tried a homeopathic/natural protocol I did a lot of research to find, which didn’t work so he had it surgically removed and has had no more problems, as well as other attempts to del with the sinus issue naturally.)
Thank you for your help,
Hour 2 – Advanced Medicine Monday with Dr. Rashid Buttar!
Dr. Buttar is back to talk about what’s happening in the world of health news. Here’s what we have in store for you today:
A Look at Mercury and Cardiovascular Disease Mercury’s toxic properties have been apparent for centuries. Nonetheless, from the time of the first Emperor of China on, doctors have been fascinated with the metal’s purported curative properties. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, health practitioners blithely used mercury as a medical treatment for everything from syphilis to teething discomfort to dysentery.
Rush to treat liver patients causing more harm than good Doctors risk overdiagnosing the most common and fastest-growing liver condition, exposing patients to harmful tests, according to a study published today. It is estimated that one in four people in the world is suffering from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), and there are concerns it could lead to cirrhosis. Expert bodies in Europe are now calling for patients to be screened for the condition and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in the UK has issued guidance to doctors indicating that at-risk groups should be tested.
Pilots Would Rather Leave the Military than be Forced to get Anthrax Vaccine Many news stories about vaccines bludgeon readers with the message that it is unacceptable to raise questions about vaccine safety. When the topic of vaccine safety manages to run the gauntlet and enter into public debate, the focus usually is on childhood vaccines. But what about the neglected topic of adult vaccine safety? The question is a reasonable one because adults are experiencing increasing pressure from health workers to say yes to various shots. Although most adults (at least for now) can still decline, adults in the military are subject to extremely onerous vaccine regulations that require them to receive up to a dozen vaccines, depending on the region where they are serving. These include vaccines that most other American adults will never encounter, including shots for rabies, typhoid—and anthrax.
Generation at risk: America’s youngest facing mental health crisis The Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention reports that 1 in 5 American children ages 3 through 17 — about 15 million — have a diagnosable mental, emotional or behavioral disorder in a given year. Only 20 percent of these children are ever diagnosed and receive treatment; 80 percent — about 12 million — aren’t receiving treatment. Recent research indicates that serious depression is worsening in teens, especially girls, and the suicide rate among girls reached a 40-year high in 2015, according to a CDC report released in August.
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