Achieving Your Dreams, Prostate Awareness, Raising HDL and More on The Robert Scott Bell Show (GCN) broadcast for September 25, 2011, from 1 PM to 3 PM EDT.

The Robert Scott Bell Show (GCN) broadcast for September 25, 2011, from 1 PM to 3 PM EDT. Special remote broadcast from the Lakeside Inn in Mt. Dora, Florida at the Holistic Health Fitness and Green Living Expo! If you ever want to step back in time and have a relaxing visit, journey to the Lakeside Inn: http://www.lakeside-inn.com/
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Hour 1Achieving your dreams

New FDA Offices And New FDA Acronyms The FDA continues its reorganization and as part of the transformation, the Office of Medical Policy has been rearranged into a so-called super office that will oversee regulation of prescription drug promotion and advertising; provide advice on clinical trial design; and direct policy issues concerning human subject protection and good clinical practices. The new director is Rachel Sherman and the deputy is Kathleen Uhl. A few acronyms they left out – DOA, MIA and ROTFLOL

World Champion Lincoln Wallace

Lincoln Wallace, Canadian National and world karate champion joins me at the Lakeside Inn in Mt. Dora to discuss overcoming insurmountable obstacles in pursuit of your dreams. He’ll share his reflections of challenges and triumphs. http://www.wallacefitness.com/ and http://ebookstore.sony.com/ebook/lincoln-wallace/reflections-of-challenges-and-triumphs/_/R-400000000000000364633

ADHD Drug Delays Puberty in Male Monkeys, Study Finds The widely used attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medication methylphenidate — best known as Ritalin — appears to be tied to delayed puberty in male monkeys.

ADHD Drug May Help Wake People Up After Surgery The drug Ritalin, prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, may help patients wake up after they’ve been placed under general anesthesia, a new study in animals suggests

Hospital Privacy Curtains Laden With Germs The privacy curtains that separate care spaces in hospitals and clinics are frequently contaminated with potentially dangerous bacteria

Too Much Exercise Gives Woman Life-Threatening Condition A young British woman developed a potentially fatal blood clot from exercising too much. Doctors had to perform emergency surgery after she developed DVT SO…..Don’t exercise too much. You might die

The ‘Witches Brew’ Of Drugs In The Water Supply As a steady stream of studies and investigations reveal the extent to which pharmaceuticals are found in the US water supply (see this), a new bill has been introduced in Congress that would create a non-profit organization to develop a nationwide program for disposing of medicines. And the non-profit would be financed by the pharmaceutical industry.

Hour 2 – Prostate Cancer Awareness?

Nutritional Historian Chris Barr

PSA test inventor Dr. Thomas A. Stamey said that test is an unreliable test.  That was seven years ago and other research has verified his point since then.  Find out what the PSA test IS good for related to prostate (and other) cancers today on The Robert Scott Bell show with nutrition historian NotADoc aka Chris Barr. http://notadoc.org/

Roche was in the news recently for an HDL drug by 2013.  http://news.yahoo.com/roche-expects-10-billion-sales-hdl-drug-175411538.html Beat the RUSH with 100% Whole Food GTF Chromium raising HDL levels in harmony with the body rather than inhibiting normal body processes like the Roche drug in 2013 for a whole HEAP of ca$h.

Oh, and how come BIG Pharma only comes up with a drug to raise HDL levels — which actually IS a big deal — but ONLY AFTER the patents for statin drugs have expired? Hmmmm.

Popular Diabetes Drugs May Raise Pancreatic Cancer Risk, Study Suggests People with type 2 diabetes taking the drugs Januvia or Byetta might have an increased risk of developing pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer, a preliminary study suggests.

FDA Moves Forward With Ban on Asthma Inhalers The ban on the over-the-counter medicine is intended to comply with an international agreement pertaining to ozone depletion Is this about global warming or eliminating the competition? Hmmmm

Should HIV drugs get off-label use for chronic fatigue? Off-label use of HIV drugs to treat chronic fatigue syndrome is growing. However, their use comes at a time when some HIV patients can’t get access to the medications because of budget cuts, the New York Times reports. Critics point out that antiretroviral drug use for chronic fatigue is based on the idea the condition stems from a retrovirus known as XMRV–a link that’s now in serious dispute.

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