Feb 17, 2020 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
SCAREDY CATS Pets in China forced to wear bizarre makeshift face masks made by owners amid fears they may catch deadly coronavirus PETS in China are being forced to wear bizarre makeshift face masks by their owners who fear they could catch the deadly coronavirus. Several worried animal lovers have shared snaps of their pets on Chinese social media wearing the makeshift gear – many of which have been made using human-sized surgical masks. One cat can be seen being taken for a walk outside while wearing its mask. The safety feature consists of two holes for the cat’s eyes and covers the animal’s entire face. Other cats are given masks which only cover their mouths, leaving their eyes exposed. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said there is no evidence to suggest pets can be infected with the new strain of coronavirus, which has killed more than 1,000 people and infected around 43,000 others worldwide. However China’s National health commission has taken a different stance.
Coronavirus saves lives of lobsters: Fishermen consider returning live lobsters to the ocean since demand from China has collapsed With hundreds of millions of Chinese people now under mandatory lockdown due to the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19), the global economy is rapidly screeching to a halt. Cars aren’t getting built, pharmaceuticals aren’t being made, and lobster isn’t being imported, which is impacting fishermen hard in places as far away as Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. Since it’s currently the world’s largest importer of lobster, China in many ways pulls the levers of the crustacean’s supply. And because there’s very little demand for lobster in China right now, seeing as how large swaths of the country are now living under medical martial law, lobster companies elsewhere are actually considering tossing them back into the ocean since there’s not enough people to buy them these days.
Fast-food companies in China implement ‘contactless’ delivery, pickup in wake of outbreak Fast-food companies operating in China have taken extraordinary steps to contain the spread of the coronavirus by ramping up “contactless” pickup and delivery services to keep both their workers and customers safe, Reuters reported Sunday. The companies taking the extra precautions include McDonald’s, Starbucks and Kentucky Fried Chicken, the report said. McDonald’s has instituted contactless pickup and delivery of Big Macs, fries and other menu items across the country as the outbreak has grown. As part of the plan, customers order remotely – by mobile phones or using computers in the restaurants – and employees seal the meals in bags and put them in a pre-arranged location for pickup without human contact, McDonald’s says on its website. Delivery order procedures have also undergone revisions as drivers now drop McDonald’s packages at building entrances, disinfect their delivery bags and wash their hands more frequently, the wire service reported. Drivers also now carry ID cards showing they – and the people who made and packaged their food – had their body temperature scanned to prove they do not have a fever.
Struggling to quit sugar? You might not be sleeping enough If you find yourself eating too much added sugar and unhealthy fats, it might be because you’re not getting enough sleep, according to a study published Monday in the Journal of the American Heart Association.Researchers from Columbia University’s Irving Medical Center examined the associations between measures of sleep quality and the dietary patterns of nearly 500 women who participated in the AHA Go Red for Women program, a year-long study of sleep patterns and cardiovascular risk in women.What they found was that the poorer their quality of sleep, and the less they slept, the more the women consumed added sugars, saturated fats and caffeine. According to the researchers, the findings are important because women are at high risk for obesity and sleep disorders, which can both be driven by a high intake of food. Foods high in added sugars and unhealthy fats are also linked to health conditions and diseases, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
Question of The Day!
I feel like I’m always asking questions, but I have 4 children damaged/injured by vaccines, to some degree, because I never knew. Now, I’m trying to help them heal. My son, 22, has some eczema, anxiety and food sensitivities and is very thin and he is struggling to gain weight. From what I have learned through the years, I am assuming he has leaky gut and is not absorbing his nutrients well, which is why he cannot gain weight. We have been implementing for years things that I have been learning, but since he is young, he does it in bits and pieces and doesn’t always want to listen to his mom. I believe that he wants to try to really focus on a fix, but months feel like forever to him. He has committed to give it his best shot to heal, but he is very discouraged since he feels like he is a mess and he has been trying for years and nothing is working.
He is currently living in Denver, Co and I’m open to sending him to a practitioner that could oversee him, if anyone has any suggestions, I totally appreciate that.
I just don’t know where to find someone to give him a protocol that isn’t coming from me, who he doesn’t totally want to listen to. I have your book and am trying to go through it again to see if you offer more help. I know you feel the aloe/silver protocol is for 6-8 weeks, what else you would suggest?
Sorry for such a long question, but would appreciate any help you could provide.
Thanks so much! – Debbie
Comments of The Day!
I went to Nutrition World in Palm Beach Gardens, Fl to buy the Gelsemium you recommended for feeling “trapped” ( thank you for your advice) and a delightful and knowledgeable 82 year old gentlemen helped me. He said he knew you, that you were his teacher in homeopathy and you worked together. His name is Peter Anthony. He asked if I would email you to tell you he loves you and misses you!
Robert, let me state at the outset that I am one of your fans and admirers. You have been rendering a great service, bringing the truth to the general public on health freedom and the value of holistic treatments.
Having said that, I have to tell you that you have been murdering Dr Ravi Kulasekere’s name right from the beginning. Agreed, his surname is too difficult for you and mercifully, you are not mentioning his surname often. Dr Ravi being a nice person, has not tried to correct you or he has no hopes that he can do that.
You pronounce his first name as “Raavi”. It is actually, “Ravi”. ‘Ra’ in pronounced like ‘Ru’ in run; it is not like ‘ra’ in ran. The next two letters v and i are as in vision. Ravi in Sanskrit means the sun. Once again, his name is Ravi and not Raavi.
Next time you invite Dr Ravi to your show, please practice his name at least 50 times before the show begins and pronounce his name correctly. You can be sure he will be delighted.
From Dr. Ravi:
OMG!! bahahahaha who is this guy? Does he know that you could call me what you want and I would still be delighted to be on your show spreading truth?
It was my pleasure to be on the show yesterday. Lots of good reviews, so thank you for braving the storm to bring an hour of truth to the world, I appreciate you.
Rest up and feel better soon. Will be sending healing vibes your way.
Religious Leaders Can Help Build Vaccine Confidence In Kenya, Catholic bishops and members of the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association and the Kenya Christian Professionals Forum have expressed distrust in the HPV vaccine. Some have falsely claimed that it doesn’t protect against cervical cancer, and could lead to brain damage and paralysis. Victor Rasugu of the Network for Adolescent and Youth in Africa (NAYA) in Kenya, which advocates for the sexual and reproductive health of young people, explains that the government’s HPV campaign “was very controversial. The main opposition was from the religious sector.” Not all Catholics share the same views, of course, but Rasugu is concerned about influential people opposing vaccines without evidence or thoughtfulness: ““At times it’s more rooted in the religious dogma, at times people are held hostage by the religious leaders who they believe should give direction…I would love to see where scientists take this discussion forward.”
Vaccine Failures, Part 3: Influenza Vaccination Each year, U.S. public health officials and their media partners renew the campaign to sell the entire country (including pregnant women, six-month-olds and fragile senior citizens) on the need for and benefits of flu vaccines. Ordinarily, to persuade the public that a given vaccine is beneficial, officials must show that it is effective—in other words, that it is able to “prevent outcomes of interest in the ‘real world.’” However, influenza vaccination’s infamous ineffectiveness makes this talking point a bit tricky. And when vaccination does not “significantly reduce medically attended influenza illness,” it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the vaccine has bombed. As public health experts are well aware, many factors can lessen influenza vaccine effectiveness (VE), including particular characteristics of vaccine recipients and the vaccines themselves. The scientific literature also points to serious wrinkles that underscore influenza vaccination’s inability to deliver meaningful benefits and its propensity to create new problems. For example, studies show that getting flu vaccines year after year reduces the level of vaccine protection available; flu-vaccinated individuals are also more susceptible to other strains of influenza and severe respiratory infections. Recent studies even suggest that childhood influenza vaccination can lead to larger epidemics and “an overall health loss.” A vaccine expert who recently admitted to knowing less about influenza today than a decade ago lamented, “It’s much more complicated than we thought.”
Questions of The Day!
I would like to know where I can purchase the colloidal silver you recommend. Thank you.
Hey there! What treatments would you recommend for bone infection caused by tooth abscess?
My 24 year old son is allergic to all fruits and vegetables unless they are cooked. It has been this way since he was little. Anything he can do to help? Thanks
There’s some scientific truth to ‘happy wife, happy life’ Your partner’s mindset might prevent your own cognitive decline. A new study released by Michigan State University this week suggests that there’s some truth to the old saying “happy wife, happy life.” Researchers followed almost 4,500 heterosexual couples (average age 67) from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Health and Retirement Study for eight years. The subjects’ optimism was assessed at the beginning of the study, and their brain function was measured every two years. And the experiment found a possible link between having a partner who is optimistic, and delaying the onset of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, as people with happier and healthier partners often lived longer and staved off cognitive decline. “We spend a lot of time with our partners. They might encourage us to exercise, eat healthier or remind us to take our medicine,” suggested William Chopik, assistant professor of psychology and co-author of the study, in a statement. “There’s a sense where optimists lead by example, and their partners follow their lead.”
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- NOCO Hemp Expo, Denver CO – March 27-28, 2020
- Be Healthy Utah Conference, Sandy UT April 17-18, 2020
- MAHO Expo Convention & Trade Show, Columbus OH – July 24-26, 2020