The RSB Show – LIVE from the Om Bookstore at The Windhorse Center 1-3 PM EST Today!

The Robert Scott Bell Show (GCN) broadcast for November 4, 2012, from 1 PM to 3 PM EST. Call in and let your voice be heard! 1-800-259-5791. RSB is broadcasting LIVE from the Celebration of Life Holistic Health Festival at The Om Bookstore in Eustis, Florida on Sunday, November 4, 2012! Call the WindHorse Center for more information: 1-866-710-5626.

We’re loaded with surprise guests and even you if you join us at the Windhorse Center! Following the broadcast, RSB will lecture on health sovereignty and GI recovery with Q & A to follow!

Today’s RSB Show is archived at this link:

Hour 1 Live from the Om Bookstore and The Windhorse Health Center!

Best new ways to avoid the cold and flu Thanks to scientists who are constantly working to learn the best ways to fight germs and build a better flu shot, it’s gotten easier than ever to protect yourself.

Are your supplements doing more harm than good? With so many recommendations from a number of ‘experts’ to take supplements, herbal remedies and essential nutrients in a daily pill form – I got to thinking, when do all these pills become too many?

Report: USDA Should Regulate In-School Snacks Earlier this year, new USDA regulations on school lunches stirred up a major controversy in Washington—including a debate about whether pizza could be considered a vegetable. Now, a new report suggests the USDA should begin regulating snacks

November Is Diabetes Awareness Month WebMD the Magazine’s top 10 tips on living healthily with diabetes.

Diabetes linked to flu The flu virus can grow within the pancreas and may trigger an immune response that leads to diabetes

Diabetes Drugs & Regime Change: Kliff Explains In case you failed to leaf through the calendar, November is National Diabetes Month. And what better way to celebrate than to invite David Kliff, the Diabetic Investor, to share his thoughts on the competitive state of the diabetes market? In this piece, he explains why many drugmakers are likely to struggle with their current strategies and what ought to happen next.

Hour 2 – Live from the Om Bookstore and The Windhorse Health Center!!

A Promising Drug With a Flaw The anticlotting drug Pradaxa, on the market only two years, is growing in popularity for its ease of use, but it has been associated with hemorrhaging, and it has no antidote to reverse its blood-thinning effects.

Painkillers not as addictive as feared: study Fewer than five percent of patients prescribed narcotics to treat chronic pain become addicted to the drugs, according to a new analysis of past research. The finding suggests that concerns about the risk of becoming addicted to prescription painkillers might be “overblown,” said addiction specialist Dr. Michael Fleming at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.

The nearer the bar, the greater the chances of risky drinking Does living near a bar encourage people to overindulge, or do heavy drinkers move to neighborhoods with easy access to alcohol? A new study suggests it may be the former for some people.

Life Expectancy For Individuals With Schizophrenia Improved By Use Of Antipsychotic Drugs Results of a Johns Hopkins study suggest that individuals with schizophrenia are significantly more likely to live longer if they take their antipsychotic drugs on schedule, avoid extremely high doses and also regularly see a mental health professional.

Math Anxiety: The Brain Can Feel The Pain Worry about math can trigger regions of the brain associated with the experience of physical pain and instinctive risk detection, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago and published in PLOS ONE.

Serious Hereditary Disease Not Treated Effectively High blood cholesterol, a serious hereditary disease, is far more common than previously recognised and not treated sufficiently. This is shown in new research from the University of Copenhagen and Herlev Hospital, and the results have recently been published in the well-reputed American scientific journal, The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

Pacifiers Crawling With Germs Just as many parents suspect, pacifiers are a goldmine for germs, a new study shows.

RSB will be in Houston with Dr. Rashid Buttar for Advanced Medicine Seminars! See you in Houston November 16-17, 2012!

RSB and Vaishali hosting a seminar together? Yes! March 23 – 24, 2013 on the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California!

Vaccines: Armed and Dangerous – All the Things They Don’t Want You to Hear! Co-created by Jon Rappoport and RSB – Save $20 right now!