January 30, 2024 10am-Noon ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Healthcare Students Still Forced to Inject Vaccines
Healthcare students across the U.S. continue to face stringent vaccine mandates, despite no documented severe Covid cases or deaths on college campuses in the last four years. These mandates force students to choose between receiving Covid vaccines they may not want or need and abandoning their healthcare degrees. Many students, even in advanced stages of their programs, are barred from clinical rotations without proof of the latest Covid booster. The mandates persist despite the end of the federal state of emergency and the CMS-certified facility Covid vaccine mandate. The responsibility for these continued mandates appears to lie with college administrators and clinical facilities, which maintain vaccine requirements for students even when faculty and staff are exempt. In some cases, faculty refuse to teach unvaccinated students, and in others, like New Jersey, legal actions are being taken against colleges for not considering religious exemptions. The article highlights the challenges and dilemmas faced by healthcare students, who are often left with sunk costs and unfulfilled dreams due to these coercive policies.
Special Guest Anne Archer
Anne Archer Butcher has lived an extraordinary life. Best-selling author.
International speaker, editor, and producer. But mostly, she is a spiritual adventurer. She was swept out to sea and rescued by dolphins from a shark attack, survived a near-death experience, and had an out-of-body journey that helped her save her sister’s life. Since she was a child, she had extraordinary mystical occurrences, and most recently, she and her husband went on a journey of healing that taught them extraordinary lessons about how this vibratory universe really works—even in the face of stage 4 cancer.
Acetaminophen and Pregnancy: Here’s What You Should Know
Recent studies indicate that using acetaminophen (Tylenol) during pregnancy may increase the risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children. Despite being commonly recommended as a safe pain reliever for pregnant women, acetaminophen is found in over 600 medications, making it easy to exceed safe dosage levels. The Illinois Kids Development Study found that higher acetaminophen usage during the second trimester is linked to increased attention-related problems and ADHD-type behavior in children. Additionally, exposure to acetaminophen after birth, particularly post-vaccination, may also increase the risk of autistic disorder. The article emphasizes the importance of avoiding potential toxins during pregnancy, including unnecessary medications, and suggests various ways to minimize exposure to harmful substances.
Question of The Day!
I am having daily issues of uvulitis. I am trying to find root cause and treatments that will address this issue. Could you offer some possible causes and things you would suggest to alleviate this issue? Thanks!
Fasting diets show promise in enhancing mood, sleep, and eating behaviors
Fasting diets (FDs) have been recognized for their potential health benefits, including improving mood, sleep, and eating behaviors. FDs, which require at least eight hours of fasting daily, have been used historically for health purposes and are now being studied for their effects on various conditions like type 2 diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, and neurological disorders. Research indicates that FDs may help control weight and protect against certain diseases. However, studies on FDs’ impact on eating behaviors have shown mixed results, with some suggesting reduced hunger and compensatory eating compared to calorie restriction diets, while others find no significant difference. FDs also appear to modify sleep-wake patterns and significantly improve mood, although these effects are primarily observed in the short term. The gut-brain axis is thought to play a crucial role in these benefits, with FDs improving gut health and thereby influencing mood and cognitive functions. Further research is needed to provide comprehensive guidelines for incorporating FDs into health regimens for obesity and other conditions.
Special Guest Kim Alexis
Kim Alexis is one of the most recognized faces in the modeling industry. She graced the cover of over 500 magazines and appeared in six Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues, as well as walking the runway for top designers around the world. Kim also starred in numerous TV commercials including Suave, Revlon, and the Beef Council and then became the face of Ultima II for Revlon, to top off her modeling career.
She branched into broadcasting as the Fashion Correspondent on Good Morning America, and hosted shows such as Food Quest, She’s Got the Look, Ticket to Adventure, Your Mind and Body, and more. She was a guest co-host on Oprah and Larry King Live, and a correspondent on Fox News and 700 Club. She has also been a judge for Miss World, Miss Universe, Miss America, and Miss Teen USA as she recognizes what it takes to be beautiful inside and out.
Kim went on to write about what she learned from the business. She has written eleven books, both fiction and nonfiction, but is mainly known for her clean-living eBooks. She is also a trained speaker on women’s issues as well as a passionate advocate on aging gracefully with fitness, health, and lifestyle choices. Kim swam competitively from six to eighteen years old, becoming a state champion. She continued her fitness passion once she hit the New York modeling scene by completing eight marathons and three triathlons. She still plays ice hockey, tennis, pickleball and golf and her daily training consists of daily cardio whether it is walking, biking, rowing or swimming and also lifting weights three to four days per week at the gym. She loved being at the gym so much that she has owned two health clubs.
She is currently producing new TV shows and is a creator of content for Men’s Journal which reaches over 47 million people. She also writes articles for other magazines and is currently developing a program for women coming out of the jail system by partnering with Dress for Success as well as St Vincent de Paul and Arouet. It is of paramount importance to for her to use her name and what she learned to encourage people at any age to stay healthy and active with a clean lifestyle making healthy choices in all areas of life. She believes that what you eat and how you care for yourself is reflected on your skin. She teaches setting healthy boundaries as she understands the importance of staying true to herself. Kim is a passionate Christian believer. She is married with three grown sons.