Colbert becomes a health innovator with his Vacsa-pointy Stick and new bottled water idea

Stephen Colbert isn’t just the funny guy who talks about politics. No, he’s got ideas – ideas about how to keep American’s healthy, and he shared them in his “Cheating Death” segment sponsored by Prescott Pharmaceuticals. He might not have a medical degree (just an honorary doctorate in fine arts), but that hasn’t stopped him […]

Stephen Colbert isn’t just the funny guy who talks about politics. No, he’s got ideas – ideas about how to keep American’s healthy, and he shared them in his “Cheating Death” segment sponsored by Prescott Pharmaceuticals.

He might not have a medical degree (just an honorary doctorate in fine arts), but that hasn’t stopped him from coming up with two remarkable new inventions: Chernobyl Springs bottled water and the Vacsa-pointy Stick. These are his brilliant responses to the news of new age-reversal research and extremely high levels of arsenic in the water supply of a Chilean city, which was actually linked to a decrease in deaths from breast cancer.

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Leave it to Colbert to make arsenic, cancer and eliminating old people funny.