July 10, 2024 3-5PM ET

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Ashish Jha says vaccine mandates “bred a lot of distrust and were harmful as well” Ashish Jha, the White House COVID Czar, admitted that while he supported vaccine mandates, they caused harm andbred distrust. He acknowledged the history of public health mandates is filled with errors. Jha’s claim that mandates saved lives is uncertain; the data shows a minimal impact on vaccination rates post-mandate, suggesting most people were vaccinated voluntarily. Mandates, implemented after it was known vaccines did not prevent transmission, pushed some out of the workforce and created socioeconomic harm, leading to further distrust. Critics argue that mandates were poorly conceived, as they did not significantly benefit third parties and were largely unnecessary for young people and those who already had COVID. The article criticizes the Biden administration for ignoring opposing academic views and pushing non-evidence-based policies like school closures, masking toddlers, and boosting adolescent men, which led to a backlash and undermined public trust. Jha’s partial admission of the harm caused by mandates is seen as an attempt to cover up his errors in judgment, driven by a desire to align with the administration’s policies.

Special Guest Joy Pullmann

Joy Pullmann is executive editor of The Federalist, the author of five books, the mother of six children born in nine years (no twins!), a Hillsdale College honors graduate, and perhaps the happiest wife in the country. She’s appeared on major media from CNN to Fox News to Dennis Prager to Ben Shapiro and more, as well as testified before more than a dozen state legislatures on education policy.

Welcome to another episode of “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re highlighting Daphne Indica, a homeopathic remedy derived from the plant of the same name.
Known for its effectiveness in treating addiction, headaches, and skin conditions, Daphne Indica offers a natural approach to managing these issues.

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Hour 2

The FDA Just Quietly Gutted Protections for Human Subjects in Research | Opinion The FDA introduced a regulation allowing Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) to waive informed consent requirements for “minimal risk” research, based on the 21st Century Cures Act. This change enables IRBs at institutions, including universities and pharmaceutical companies, to bypass obtaining informed consent from participants. Critics argue this undermines the ethical foundation of medical research, which mandates informed consent to protect participants. The vague criteria for “minimal risk” could lead to the approval of controversial studies without participants’ knowledge, damaging public trust. Examples include large-scale studies where individual consent is impractical or studies involving unknowing participants. The relaxed standards may facilitate rapid approval of contentious projects like genetically modified mosquito releases or misinformation research without seeking consent from affected individuals. The move is seen as a rollback of protections established post-Nuremberg Trials, threatening to erode trust and ethical standards in biomedical research.

Omega-3 fatty acid intake may lessen acne severity A study published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology found that omega-3 fatty acids significantly reduce acne severity. Conducted with 60 participantswith mild to moderate acne, the research showed that following a Mediterranean diet and supplementing with omega-3s led to notable improvements in inflammatory and non-inflammatory lesions, as well as enhanced quality of life. At the study’s outset, 98.3% of participants had omega-3 deficiencies, correlating with more severe acne symptoms. The findings suggest dietary interventions, including omega-3 supplementation, should complement traditional acne treatments. Researchers emphasize the need for future studies to confirm these results in larger, randomized, placebo-controlled trials to refine dietary recommendations for acne management.

LA County faces a dual challenge: Food insecurity and nutrition insecurity A study by the Institute for Food System Equity at USC Dornsife highlights the dual challenges of food and nutrition insecurity in Los Angeles County. Food insecurity refers to the lack of access to sufficient food, while nutrition insecurity focuses on the inability to obtain healthy, culturally appropriate food. The study, published in The Journal of Nutrition, surveyed over 1,000 adults and found that 24% of residents experienced food insecurity and 25% faced nutrition insecurity. Disturbingly, 14% struggled with both. The research identified specific demographic groups at higher risk, including young adults and certain ethnic communities, revealing disparities in access to healthy food. The findings emphasize the need for comprehensive strategies to address both food quantity and quality to combat diet-related health issues such as diabetes and poor mental health. The study calls for public health officials to monitor both forms of insecurity and adapt food programs accordingly.

‘I had a lot of dizziness’: Montreal resident shares his suffering with Long Covid for three years Marc-Olivier Vinet, a resident of Montreal, has experiencedsevere symptoms of Long Covid for over three years. Diagnosed in March 2020, Marc initially had mild symptoms but faced a severe relapse in 2021, leading to extreme fatigue, dizziness, heart palpitations, and shortness of breath, which forced him to take a break from university and sports. Despite consulting over 10 medical professionals, his symptoms persisted until he tried regenerative medicine at Eterna Health, which significantly improved his condition. This form of treatment involves the use of exosome and peptide therapy to restore normal bodily functions. Marc’s story highlights the complex nature of Long Covid, which affects multiple organs and requires a comprehensive treatment approach. Researchers continue to study Long Covid, with estimates suggesting that at least 65 million people worldwide may suffer from it, though accurate numbers are hard to determine due to reporting issues.

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