February 5, 7-9PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
An Alzheimers “I Told You So”?
Alzheimer’s breakthrough: Blood treatment stops disease Alzheimer’s disease could be cured by developing drugs that target a protein found in blood, a new study reveals. A technique that reduces levels of a blood protein called fibrinogen that is toxic to the brain protected mice from Alzheimer’s in a new study from the University of Southern California. Fibrinogen is necessary to blood clotting, but sometimes it leaks into the brain through weak blood vessels and the blood-brain barrier, causing toxic build-up and contributing to the white matter degeneration that precedes dementia.
What Was Missing From The Super Bowl?
Pharma sits out Super Bowl ads again, but Mr. Mucus sneaks into the after-party Pharma companies sat the bench for the second Super Bowl in a row. The biggest annual advertising blitz—and most expensive at an estimated $5 million per commercial—had no pharma commercials for the second year in a row after several years of play. However, in post-Super Bowl action, Reckitt Benckiser’s signature OTC spokesman Mr. Mucus appeared a few minutes after the end of the game and before the trophy was presented to the winning Philadelphia Eagles. The Mucinex snot monster was on hand to talk about “Super Sick Monday” an actual phenomenon that sees millions of people call in sick the day after the big game.
Delay Tactics: Lawmakers Order Cannabis “Studies” Like a parent not quite ready to cave in
but unwilling to confront their children’s demands head-on, state legislatures in many Republican states aren’t quite bending to their voters’ will and legalizing medical marijuana. Instead, lawmakers often promise that they are “open” to the notion and that they will address it in due time —after the issue is thoroughly studied. In Utah, repeated efforts to legalize medical marijuana that just barely failed culminated in such a promise to study, and then perhaps take action. Results from a state-commissioned, state-funded research project could be presented to the state legislature sometime this year. In the meantime, state lawmakers who’d pushed for medical marijuana have eased off.
Mom Age 44 Cured Deadly Breast Cancer With CBD Oil, Refused Chemo Another UK patient is turning heads with another amazing testimony regarding their use of cannabis oil, or, CBD oil, which does not contain the psychoactive compounds that get you “high.” Of course, her doctors offered her chemotherapy which is standard medical treatment. However, Dee refused because it failed to keep her sister alive. She decided to break out on her own and studied alternative medicine. That’s when she found out about cannabis oil and its accompanying claims.
Girl Scout Sells 300 Boxes of Cookies in 6 Hours Outside Marijuana Dispensary One
enterprising young Girl Scout has sold a phenomenal 300 boxes of cookies in six hours by setting up shop outside a marijuana dispensary. The Girl Scout and her father took their merchandise along to Urbn Leaf, a San Diego marijuana dispensary, on Friday morning (local time). Urbn Leaf posted a photo on Instagram of the girl holding five boxes of cookies.
Don’t Ban Energy Drinks, Ban Stupid People
Man Drinks 25 Cans Of Energy Drink In 6 Hours, Wakes Up With Brain Hemorrhage Nick Mitchell, a 56-year-old man from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, drank a total of 25 cans of Red Bull and Monster over a six-hour period while he was running a karaoke evening in a club about eight years ago. Later that night, Mitchell woke up to a painful headache and was eventually rushed to the Dewsbury and District Hospital. There, doctors told him that he was suffering from a severe overdose of caffeine. A CT scan later revealed that there was bleeding in his brain.
Hour 2 – Advanced Medicine Tuesday with Dr. Rashid Buttar!
Dr. Buttar is back to talk about what’s happening in the world of health news. Here’s what we have in store for you today:
Once Upon A Time There Were Aluminum-free Adjuvant Vaccines: What Happened? Do you realize that aluminum adjuvants in vaccines do not require clinical approval? It’s the vaccine that gets approval—that’s the technicality as delineated by various independent vaccine researchers! That being said, aluminum is a nerve toxin with neurotoxic adverse effects and probable “cause and effect” associations for various diseases, most notably Multiple Sclerosis, where the myelin sheath is destroyed.
Doctors warn breast cancer treatment increases risk of heart disease Patients who undergo breast cancer treatment are at a greater risk of heart disease, according to a recent warning from the American Heart Association. The warning was published Thursday, ahead of Friday’s “National Wear Red Day,” which encourages people to wear red to raise awareness about women’s risk of heart disease. Dr. Dharmesh Patel is a cardiologist at the Stern Cardiovascular Foundation in Southaven Miss., and board president of the Mid-South American Heart Association. “It’s very important we treat breast cancer,” Patel said. “But we have to understand that sometimes the treatments for breast cancer can actually affect the heart.”
Right to Try Bill: Why Doctors Are Pushing Back Doctors and medical ethicists are criticizing a bill supported by President Donald Trump that would allow people with fatal illnesses to have access to drugs not yet approved by federal authorities. “Right to Try” is a policy that Trump mentioned during his State of the Union Addresson Jan. 30. “People who are terminally ill should not have to go from country to country to seek a cure — I want to give them a chance right here at home,” he said. “It is time for the Congress to give these wonderful Americans the ‘right to try.’”
Exposure to Bisphenol A ‘hard to avoid’ in everyday life 86 per cent of teenagers have traces of Bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical compound used to make plastics, in their body, an Engaged Research public engagement project in collaboration with the University of Exeter has found. Measurable levels of BPA, an endocrine-disrupting chemical, were found in the urine of the vast majority of the 94 17-19 year olds tested, according to research at the University of Exeter led by Professor Lorna Harries, Associate Professor in Molecular Genetics, and Professor Tamara Galloway, Professor of Ecotoxicology.
Meditation has limited role in making you a better person, says study For decades many
people have claimed meditation can change how we behave towards others and make us more compassionate. But now new research has suggested meditation’s role in making individuals better people is limited. The study by scientists at Coventry University in the UK, Massey University in New Zealand, and Radboud University in the Netherlands, reviewed more than 20 studies that investigated the effect of various types of meditation, such as mindfulness and loving-kindness, on pro-social feelings and behaviours.
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