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- Is there a move towards focusing on health for economic recovery in any country?
JOIN HOST JAMES HAARP, AND GUEST TIMOTHY SPEARMAN WHO IS A PLAYWRIGHT, AUTHOR. , AND RESEARCHER WHEN WE CONVERSE ABOUT THIS NASTY VIRUS THAT IS SWEEPING THE WORLD.https://www.shakesaspear.com/
HOW DID THIS HAPPEN AND DID GOVERNMENTKNOW AHEAD OF TIME THAT THIS MIGHT BE HAPPENING?
WHAT ABOUT THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION CAN WE BELEIVE WHAT THEY SAY?
IS THIS A TYPE OF DEPOPULATION OF THE MASSES AND IS THERE A PROBABLE VACINE BUT NOT RELEASED YET?
MANDATORY VACCINES WHATS GOING ON WITH THE CHIP THAT IS INJECTED WITH THIS UPCOMING VACCINE TO TRACK YOUR EVERY MOVE?
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Proper nutrition is crucial to maintaining your immune system. Can it help you resist COVID-19? Hoe can proper nutrition help you deal with stress? Carnivore Radio hosts Jeff Sherman and Eric Lopkin talk with Dr. Elle, doctor of natural medicine to find out the benefits in today's world.
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