April 24th, 2017 7-9PM
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Pulmonary diseases are on the rise, including asthma, bronchitis, COPD, emphysema and cancer. Are there ways to overcome pulmonary maladies without resorting to dangerous medicines? Robert discusses remedies and supplements in order to restore lung function, while integrating strategies to shore up other organs and organ systems critical to optimal lung function.
Special Guest: Rachel Parent!
Rachel, age 17, founder of Kids Right to Know, is an environmental safe food youth activist and a vocal advocate for social justice and animal rights. She is an international speaker, Huffington Post blogger, a 4th generation vegetarian and she is best known for her heated debate about GMO labeling with TV host Kevin O’Leary on CBC. She advocates for our right to know what’s in our food by making GMO labeling a law in Canada. That spark then evolved into Kids Right to Know, a not-for-profit organization that she founded to inform the public, especially other children, about food safety. Follow her on Twitter @RachelsNews.com
Wildlife officer separates fighting elk by shooting interlocked antlers. Actually super smart and effective way of helping the animals.
Hour 2 ~ Advanced Medicine with Dr. Buttar!
Our autism, heavy metal, and detox expert joins RSB to on some tough medical topics.
It could take just one cough, one kiss, one touch or even one bite to change not only your life, but the lives of everyone around you — and for months or even years. In most cases, the closer those people are to you, the greater the risk. But it isn’t always that simple. The risk at hand: an infectious outbreak.
Thyroid cancer rates are rising faster than any other cancer in the United States, a new study found: Between 1975 and 2013, the number of thyroid cancer cases diagnosed yearly more than tripled.
Antibiotics strong enough to kill off gut bacteria can also stop the growth of new brain cells in the hippocampus, a section of the brain associated with memory, reports a new study in mice. Researchers also uncovered a clue to why — a type of white blood cell seems to act as a communicator between the brain, the immune system, and the gut.
Health experts are troubled by the recent increase in the U.S. of Candida auris, a potentially deadly yeast infection found to be resistant to treatment. Invasive Candida—or yeast—bloodstream infections are in general becoming increasingly unresponsive to the most commonly used antifungal medications.