September 1, 2023 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Live Worm Found In Woman’s Brain Is Rare—But Common Deadly Parasites Already Plague Billions Of People A recent discovery of a live worm in a woman’s brain has raised concerns among the medical community. While such occurrences are rare, the broader issue lies in the fact that deadly parasites are already affecting billions of people worldwide. These parasites can cause severe health issues and are often overlooked due to their commonality in certain regions.
New study shows antioxidants stimulate blood flow in tumors A groundbreaking study has revealed that antioxidants can stimulate blood flow in tumors. This discovery has significant implications for cancer research and treatment. The role of antioxidants in the human body has been a topic of interest for many years, and this new finding adds another layer to our understanding of their impact on health.
Silicea: The Quintessential Homeopathic Remedy
Welcome to the “Homeopathy Highlight” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we dive into the world of Silicea, a remedy often referred to as the “homeopathic lancet.”
This segment will provide listeners with a thorough understanding of Silicea, its origins, uses, dosages, and much more.
Download the Silicea Information Sheet
Special Guests Kristen Chevrier
Kristen Chevrier has been an individual, family, and parental rights advocate for over 20 years. She served in Republican Party leadership positions for more than 10 of those years–actively training, recruiting, and working to improve the process. She holds a master’s degree in English and has taught English, History, Writing, and Theater, in public and private settings. She has a homeschool blog (homeschoolwise.com) and a health freedom blog (yourhealthfreedom.org). As the co-founder and director of Your Health Freedom Utah–an advocacy group active in Utah since 2015–Kristen has been deeply involved in consumer rights and health freedom advocacy for over 7 years.
Just One Dose of Psychedelic Psilocybin Reduced Depression Symptoms for Weeks Recent research has shown that a single dose of the psychedelic compound psilocybin can have a profound effect on reducing symptoms of depression. The study found that the effects lasted for weeks, offering a promising avenue for future treatments for those suffering from depression.
Why You Should Join a Neighborhood Food Swap Engaging in a neighborhood food swap can offer numerous benefits. Not only does it promote community bonding and sharing, but it also provides an opportunity to try diverse foods and recipes. Such swaps can also help reduce food waste and promote sustainable living practices among communities.
Question of The Day!
I have a question concerning radiation exposure. I had a full panel of dental x-rays and a cone x-ray. Thyroid was protected for all except cone. I will need additional cone x-ray in several months. How do I rid body of radiation? Thank you, Joan.
Special Guest – Michael Boldin
New York police will use drones to monitor backyard parties this weekend, spurring privacy concerns In a move that has raised privacy concerns, the New York police have announced plans to use drones to monitor backyard parties during the upcoming weekend. This decision has sparked a debate about the balance between public safety and individual privacy rights.
Possible easing of marijuana restrictions could have major implications The potential relaxation of marijuana restrictions is being discussed, and if implemented, it could have significant implications on various fronts. From the medical community to the business sector, the easing of these restrictions could reshape the landscape of marijuana use and its associated industries.
12-Year-Old Boy Removed From School Over ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ Patch A 12-year-old boy named Jaiden was removed from his school due to a patch he wore that displayed the “Don’t Tread on Me” slogan. The incident has ignited discussions about freedom of expression in educational institutions and the boundaries that should be set.
Dangerous Myth: Courts are the “Last Bulwark Against Tyranny” A prevailing myth suggests that courts are the ultimate protectors against tyranny. However, this belief can be misleading and potentially dangerous. It’s essential to understand the role of courts and the importance of checks and balances in a democratic system.