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Objective:Health: The Vast Importance of Proper Breathing

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Breath work has been gaining more and more popularity in many circles of late, and it's not just the New Age crowd. Many researchers are coming forward touting the science on the multiple benefits of proper breathing and breathing exercises.

While it may seem hard to believe, being conscious of how we breathe, which is usually thought of as something we don't have to think about, can help with everything from stress management to overall health to proper sleep (and a great deal in between).

Join us on this episode of Objective:Health as we talk about the importance of proper breathing. This information could save your life!

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Missouri swimmer infected with rare brain-eating amoeba, first case ever discovered in Iowa

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A Missourian more than likely contracted a brain-eating amoeba at the beach at the Lake of the Three Fires in Iowa (pictured) sometime in June and is now in the ICU. The lake is temporarily closed while the CDC does testing
A Missouri resident is hospitalized in intensive care after being infected with a rare brain-eating amoeba that likely happened after swimming in a southeastern Iowa lake, health officials said Friday.

The Iowa Department of Health and Human Services has shut down the beach at Lake of Three Fires State Park in Taylor County after the person was diagnosed with primary amebic meningoencephalitis, a rare and usually fatal infection caused by the Naegleria fowleri amoeba.

"The closure is a precautionary response to a confirmed infection of Naegleria fowleri in a Missouri resident with recent potential exposure while swimming at the beach," according to a release from Iowa health officials.

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Chile: Higher Vaccination Rate Than UK, Large Spike in Excess Mortality

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Chile is known to be the most economically developed country in Latin America, with a GDP per capita of $28,500 - about the same as Bulgaria. It's therefore not surprising the country's vaccine rollout proceeded rapidly. As a matter of fact, by mid June of last year, the country had double-vaccinated a greater share of the population than the U.K. or U.S.

Comment: The same scenario is happening in Singapore also. Excess mortality after a mass vaccination campaign in the country.

The research in the UK showed that, not only is there is no efficacy of the vaccine against COVID, but it actually increased the risk of getting a severe form of the infection.

A vaccine effectiveness of minus-100% means the vaccinated are twice as likely to be infected than the unvaccinated.

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Cold or hot shower before bed: Which is better for sleep?

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For many people, a shower or bath in the evening is a way to wash off the day, both literally and figuratively.

Besides signaling your body that the day is over and it's time to wind down, water immersion can affect your core body temperature. And because core body temperature plays a part in our sleep wake cycle — we naturally experience a drop of around 2-3 degrees Fahrenheit in the evening and during sleep - researchers have begun to study how influencing this natural regulation may affect sleep quality.

So, the question becomes: Which is better, a warm or hot bath or shower before bed, or a cold one?

Here's what the science shows:

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Excess mortality in Sweden and Denmark the same during pandemic despite Sweden refusing lockdown

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, Denmark and Sweden took very different approaches. While Denmark imposed mask mandates, closed schools and repeatedly closed so-called 'non-essential' businesses, Sweden imposed hardly any all-encompassing restrictions. Lockdown proponents have accused the Swedish authorities of recklessness and claimed their approach has led to an unnecessary death toll.

But now the numbers are out, and according to two Danish professors, Christian Kanstrup Holm, a virologist and Professor at the University of Aarhus, and Morten Petersen, Professor of Biology at the University of Copenhagen, in an article in the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende on July 8th, excess mortality in 2020 and 2021 was in fact the same in both countries.

In Denmark, harsh restrictions were justified by the need to prevent the breakdown of the healthcare system and the public has generally accepted this justification. The professors' conclusion however is that this justification does not hold: despite very few restrictions in Sweden, the Swedish healthcare system was never even close to breaking down.

Comment: See also: A new WHO report once again proves Sweden right


More than 1.3 million adverse events following COVID vaccines reported to VAERS, CDC data show

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VAERS data released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show 1,329,135 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID-19 vaccines, including 29,273 deaths and 241,910 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020, and July 1, 2022.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,329,135 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and July 1, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That's an increase of 14,541 adverse events over the previous week.

VAERS is the primary government-funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S.

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Are COVID-19 shot trial results rigged? An analysis

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In a rather shocking turn of events, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sneaked in a "Future Framework"1 scheme that will allow Pfizer and Moderna to reformulate and release updated COVID shots without conducting any additional human clinical trials, other than what's already been done.2,3,4

FDA Rewrites the Rules on the Fly

A vote on the Framework was scheduled to be taken June 28, 2022, by the FDA's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC), but while the VRBPAC approved (19-2) a bivalent COVID shot for fall 2022,5 the expected voting on the Framework, specifically, didn't seem to take place — only it DID.

As it turns out, we've been bamboozled yet again by an agency that keeps rewriting the rules on the fly. Toby Rogers, Ph.D. — a political economist whose research focus is on regulatory capture and Big Pharma corruption6 — explains how they sneaked this one by us:7

Comment: Steve Bannon interviews Toby Rogers on the debacle at the FDA:


Uruguay halts COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 13, judge demands government officials turn over Pfizer contracts

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Uruguay suspended COVID-19 vaccines for children under 13 after a judge on Thursday issued an injunction halting vaccinations in that age group until government officials turn over its contracts with Pfizer.

Uruguayan government officials and Pfizer were ordered on Wednesday to appear in court after judge Alejandro Recarey gave them 48 hours to present detailed information on Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine while the court considered an injunction request to halt COVID-19 vaccinations for children 5 and older.

The government said a confidentiality clause in the contract prevents it from producing the documents, The Washington Post reported.

Comment: Good on the judge Alejandro Recarey! Sadly it comes a little too late for many children:
As of Thursday, 44% of Uruguayan children between ages 5 and 11 and 75% of those between 12 and 14 have received two doses of coronavirus vaccine, according to Uruguay government data.


More vaccines, more infections: Scotland has 50% higher infection rate than England despite being more highly vaccinated, data show

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The Covid infection rate in Scotland is 50% higher than it is in England, the latest ONS data show. According to the latest figures, 5.9% of Scots would test positive for COVID-19 in the week ending June 30th, compared to 4.0% of the English.

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We can't trust the renewed 'polio vaccination' push. Here's why.

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Last week we wrote about the new "polio outbreak" reported in the UK and around the world, and how it was likely yet another constructed narrative designed to sell yet more vaccines.

After all, it was reported that the market for polio vaccines had "stagnated" through 2021, and the first-ever vaccine granted approval under emergency use license by the World Health Organization was a new "triple-locked" polio vaccine.

In early June, the WHO granted Chinese pharmaceutical giant SINOVAC international approval for their new polio vaccine too.

So, they had brand new products, but no one to buy them.

The motive was there to create a population of 'incentivised' customers. That's a simple mechanic of marketing we're all very familiar with.

Since March, Israel has been running the "Operation Two Drops", a polio vaccination drive (using that new "emergency use" polio vaccine), which apparently resulted in a huge increase in vaccine uptake in children of all ages.

This program was reported to be "over" just yesterday, with the Jerusalem Post headlining that "Israel's polio outbreak finally under control".

Just as with the Covid "vaccines", Israel has acted as the world's guinea pig.

Following the proclaimed "polio outbreak" in London (yes, they're actually calling it an outbreak despite literally zero reported cases) the UK government declared an "emergency" and laid plans to "increase vaccine coverage".

The EU meanwhile has pledged to provide 40 million euros worth of polio vaccines to Afghanistan,

And just today Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia and Mozambique announced they have already administered over 36 million doses of polio vaccines as part of a new joint initiative, despite the region reporting just two cases in the whole of 2022.

So, clearly, a big part of this is selling vaccines.

A lot of vaccines.