September 6, 2023 3-5PM ET
Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Could Pfizer Vaccine Weaken Kids’ Immunity?
A recent study raises concerns about the Pfizer vaccine’s impact on children’s immunity. The research suggests that the vaccine may not provide the expected level of protection for children and could potentially weaken their natural immune response. The study calls for further investigation and urges caution in the widespread vaccination of children without adequate long-term data.
OTC Meds In Your Backyard: 10 Plant Alternatives
Let’s be honest; convenience often drives our choices. We seek the easy route in all we do, and because of this, it’s easy to forget the healing power of nature. Over-the-counter medicines have become a go-to solution for minor ailments, but did you know that many of these remedies have natural plant counterparts that you can easily grow in your own backyard? This could prove valuable should SHTF! You do not need to be an expert green thumb to grow medicinal plants in your garden. A little knowledge, some determination, and a lot of patience go a long way.
Cancer Is On The Rise Among Younger People—But Scientists Don’t Know Why
A concerning trend has emerged, showing that cancer rates are increasing among younger individuals. Despite extensive research, scientists are yet to pinpoint the exact reasons for this alarming development. The phenomenon has led to calls for more targeted studies to understand the underlying causes and develop effective preventive measures.
Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we spotlight Hypericum, a remedy renowned for its profound impact on nerve pain and injuries.
This guide will delve deep into Hypericum’s role in addressing nerve-related issues, from acute injuries to chronic pain.
Younger generation gets sick earlier and more often than the older generation, researchers find
Researchers have found that the younger generation is falling ill at an earlier age and more frequently compared to older generations. The study highlights the need for a comprehensive approach to healthcare that addresses not just the symptoms but also the underlying causes of illness among younger people.
U.S. Spy Agencies to Launch ‘Smart Clothing’ Under Guise of ‘Better Health Monitoring’
The topic of smart clothing by U.S. intelligence agencies is revisited, emphasizing the potential risks and ethical considerations. While the technology promises better health monitoring, the potential for misuse in surveillance and data collection remains a significant concern.
Opening Lecture – Genetics 1
The opening lecture on Genetics 1 provides an insightful look into the basics of genetics. It aims to educate the audience on the fundamental principles that govern genetic inheritance and variation, serving as an introduction to more complex topics in the field.