Sunday, April 3, 2016 on The Robert Scott Bell Show 1-3 PM EDT
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show: After the Showing of “Vaxxed” in NYC…
The controversy around whether or not to screen Andrew Wakefield’s documentary at the Tribecca Film Festival, has actually done more to promote the move and start the “conversation” as Robert De Niro originally wished, than just having shown the movie ever could. And yet, media propagandists still willfully ignore core content of “Vaxxed: From Coverup To Catastrophe”. Is all the buzz actually helping the message? Or are people just stuck on the free-speech conversation, and not looking into the scientific issues?
Mike Adams via Natural News continues to chronicle the story, going back to De Niro’s original statements:
My intent in screening this film was to provide an opportunity for conversation around an issue that is deeply personal to me and my family. But after reviewing it over the past few days with the Tribbeca Film Festival team and others from the scientific community, we do not believe it contributes to or furthers the discussion I had hoped for. ~ Diniro
The Festival doesn’t seek to avoid or shy away from controversy. However, we have concerns with certain things in this film that we feel prevent us from presenting it in the Festival program. We have decided to remove it from our schedule. ~ Tribecca Film Festival Committee
Former head of NBC for 20 years, Bob Wright, founder of the organization “Autism Speaks” sat down for an interview with CNN news anchor to discuss the link between Autism, vaccines, Trump, and the documentary, “Vaxxed”. (video, or transcript)
There’s an ongoing debate over whether Lyme disease is a chronic condition that requires weeks or months of antibiotics even after the Lyme bacteria appears to be gone. A new study shows this long-term antibiotic treatment to be ineffective.
Special Guest: Actress and Advocate Tiffany Rae Larkin
Her thoughts on “Vaxxed”, and advocating for truth in the medical community.
Why a gloomy outlook could be the key to beating stress? It is said that pessimists are never disappointed, but a new study suggests they are also less stressed.
Hour 2 on RSB ~
Statin intolerance is real, researchers find. Another (more costly) drug may get around the problem. A new international study suggests that the cholesterol-lowering drugs called statins may be warranted not only for people at high risk of heart disease, but also for those at intermediate risk.
New ways of controlling cholesterol, including possibly directly injecting “good” HDL cholesterol into patients, need to be studied following the failure of promising treatments from Eli Lilly, Pfizer Inc and Roche Holding AG, according to top heart researchers.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is taking steps to reduce inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal, a leading source of arsenic exposure in infants. Relative to body weight, rice intake for infants, primarily through infant rice cereal, is about three times greater than for adults. Wait, there is arsenic in your baby food!?
The race is on for what may be the biggest innovation in decades for Type 1 diabetes management—the bionic pancreas—and on Friday, one of the lead researchers in the field announced at the Endocrine Society’s annual meeting that he’s launched a company to bring that invention to market.
Our friends at Health Finder .Gov are at it again, bringing you more in-depth medical reporting. Here is the latest: Diabetes Meds Vary in Safety and Effectiveness, Study Shows.
QOTD: We’re taking calls, and emails, from YOU!
Hello Mr. Bell,
My question is: during your 3/31/16 show you and your guest shared that your listeners could go to robertscottbell.com and then go to show notes and then click on a link to watch the film “Evidence of Harm” for free. I am not seeing the show notes option at your website that would allow me to click on the link to watch this film. Could you please provide me with some assistance in accessing this film from your website; I’m very interested in watching It! I’d much appreciate it! Have a nice weekend!
I listen to your show quite often. I have a young child that has been diagnosed with Bronchiectasis. Her lungs are constantly under assault from secretions and bile which comes up from her stomach (iatrogenic causes). Infection is often associated with this diagnosis and treated with IV antibiotics. She’s had IV antibiotics in the past through a PICC line.
This caused two problems for her, 1) occluded veins and 2) hearing loss as quite a few of the antibiotics are ototoxic. I don’t know what decisions we’ll make for her in the future. I am strongly averse to any more interventions but also feel that I can’t say, ‘No’ outright. I would like to help her as much as I can at home. I don’t know if Bronchiectasis is reversible, but is there anything that can help with pus, inflammation, and possible bacterial infections in the lungs?
Thank you in advance. I very much appreciate you, your team, and your guests. ~ Neeha
In brilliant marketing, Hamburger Helper dropped an entire rap album for April Fools’, and it’s shockingly good! ‘Watch the Stove’ is fire
RE-Launch! Ty Bollinger has up-dated and is re-releasing his much applauded docu-series, The Truth About Cancer. Stay tuned for how you can gain access, and share it with those you love. Too much epic information to not get informed! (Click Here for Access)
More upcoming RSB events:
Total Health 2016, April 8-10, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (open to public and health professionals)
Autism One 2016, May 25-28, Chicago, IL (open to public and health professionals)
2016 I-ACT Convention, June 23-25, St. Petersburg, Florida
International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS), July 28-31, 2016, Orlando, Florida
American Naturopathic Medical Association, August 26-28, 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada
“Homeoprophylaxis: The Evidence Based Choice.” 2016, October 7-9, St. Petersburg, Florida (focus primarily for health professionals)