VAERS COVID VaccineAdverse Event Reports
1,432,467 Reports Through September 30, 2022
- 31,330 DEATHS
- 179,806 HOSPITALIZATIONS
- 136,486 URGENT CARE
- 207,576 DOCTOR OFFICE VISITS
- 10,064 ANAPHYLAXIS
- 16,104 BELL’S PALSY
- 5,078 Miscarriages
- 16,830 Heart Attacks
- 52,896 Myocarditis/Pericarditis
- 58,630 Permanently Disabled
- 9,108 Thrombocytopenia/Low Platelet
- 34,304 Life Threatening
- 44,999 Severe Allergic Reaction
- 14,830 Shingles
COVID Vaccine Reports in Children
(Ages 6 mos.-17 years)
Through September 30, 2022
- 56,446 Total Reports
- 160 Deaths
- 523 Permanently Disabled
- 1,953 Myocarditis
- 671 Life Threatening
- 4,426 Hospitalized
- 5,230 ER Visit
- 10,011 Not Recovered
California makes it illegal for doctors to disagree with politicians
Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed California Assembly Bill 2098, making it the first state to attempt to censor what physicians can say about COVID-19 to their patients. This is a dangerous, and likely unconstitutional, effort that other states must resist.
The statute instructs that “It shall constitute unprofessional conduct for a physician and surgeon to disseminate misinformation or disinformation related to COVID-19, including false or misleading information regarding the nature and risks of the virus, its prevention and treatment; and the development, safety, and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines.”
California law requires the Medical Board of California to take action — up to and including license revocation — against any licensed physician charged with unprofessional conduct. But under the First Amendment, content-based speech regulation by government entities is presumptively unconstitutional and may be justified only if the government proves that it is narrowly tailored to serve compelling state interests.
Young People Are Developing Alzheimer’s At Alarming Rates
Everything psychological is biological. Mark “Mr. Noots” Effinger joins Stew to discuss the collapse of mental health among teenagers. Rates of cognitive impairment have almost doubled since 2009, and about 20,000 people under 44 are developing alzheimers. What is causing this?
An IT security incident hits a ‘massive’ hospital chain
The second-largest nonprofit U.S. hospital chain is dealing with a cybersecurity incident this week that affected facilities across the country, forcing ambulance diversions, system shutdowns and patient appointment rescheduling.
CommonSpirit Health isn’t yet providing specifics about what happened. The chain says it has 140 hospitals and more than 1,000 care sites in 21 states. Facilities in Iowa, Nebraska, Tennessee and Washington were among those enduring disruptions.
One expert called the incident an extraordinary one for the United States. Cybersecurity risks in the health-care sector can mean a potential threat to lives.
“The scope is perhaps unprecedented in terms of the health-care sector,” Brett Callow, a threat analyst at the cybersecurity company Emsisoft, told me. CommonSpirit, he said, is “absolutely massive.”
There are currently people waiting for organ transplants and being denied. Why? Because our medical system has no access to our information. BUT REST ASSURED Those holding our medical system hostage have ALL YOUR INFORMATION!