May 29, 2018 7-9PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Pro-Vax Strong-arm Tactics In Canada
Halifax chiropractor investigated for anti-vaccination views A Halifax-based chiropractor is being investigated by her regulatory authority for her staunch anti-vaccination views. Dr. Dena Churchill owns and operates Oxford Chiropractic Inc. She also markets herself as an author and public speaker, writes a blog called DrSexyMom, and runs a Facebook page billing herself as “Innovator in Women’s Health and Wellness.” It’s on that page, as well as her personal one, where Churchill has posted extensive material perpetuating unfounded claims about vaccinations and the negative effects they can have on people’s health, including the disproved theory linking vaccinations with autism. John Sutherland, executive director of the Nova Scotia College of Chiropractors, confirmed to CBC News the college’s registrar filed a complaint last week against Churchill. After being advised of the complaint, Churchill has 10 business days to respond before a committee reviews the case to determine next steps, which range from the ability to levy a fine to suspending a licence. The matter could also be referred to a hearing committee, said Sutherland, where there are the same statutory rules as a Nova Scotia court.
Moment of Duh?
Prostate cancer survivors more susceptible to chronic diseases Prostate cancer survivors taking androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), a treatment commonly used to block the release of male hormones, are at a higher risk of developing chronic diseases, according to new research published this week. In a study analysing the pharmaceutical records of about 3,700 prostate cancer survivors from 2003 to 2014, University of South Australia (UniSA) researchers examined the development of chronic diseases over time. The data shows that prostate cancer survivors treated with ADT were more likely to develop cardiovascular disease, depression, diabetes, gastric acid disorders, hyperlipidaemia (high blood cholesterol), osteoporosis and inflammatory/painful conditions. UniSA Ph.D. candidate Huah Shin Ng, who undertook the study, says previous studies have shown long-term adverse effects of ADT but this is the first study to examine the development of multiple chronic diseases in the Australian setting.
Question of The Day
Can you talk a little on your opinion of the keto diet? I don’t remember your take on it or if you’ve even talked about it much. I know you don’t espouse any one diet in particular but still interested in your opinion on this particular diet. Oh and I would appreciate it if you could do this on Tuesday ‘s show because I won’t hear Mondays show live. Thank you in advance and whatever night you talk about it, i’ll get it eventually.
Love you guys. Lori
The Keto Flu Is Real (and Terrible) — Here’s How to Survive It About 24 hours into the ketogenic diet, I began to get cranky. This was a crankiness beyond my usual slightly irritated (OK, very irritated) demeanor when I’m hungry. I was tired, starving, headachey, craving carbs, and on the verge of tears. When you embark on a keto diet — which involves eating lots of healthy fats, a moderate amount of protein, and very few carbs — it’s actually pretty normal. It’s even got a nickname: the keto flu. “If you follow the ketogenic diet, you reduce your carbohydrate intake to extremely low levels,” Michelle Routhenstein, MS, RD, CDE, CDN, the owner of Entirely Nourished, a nutrition counseling and consulting private practice, tells POPSUGAR. “The body then has to adapt to break down fat for energy instead of using glucose, the primary fuel your brain is used to using to survive.” She explains that your body can convert carbs to usable energy pretty easily, but it takes your body a few extra steps to use fat and protein as fuel.
What’s The Point of Yelp Then?
Woman hit with defamation lawsuit by doctor over negative Yelp review Yelp reviewers, beware. A Manhattan woman who gave one-star reviews on Yelp and ZocDoc to a Kips Bay gynecologist has spent nearly $20,000 defending herself against a defamation suit filed by the physician, according to her and court papers. And the litigation has only just started. “I gave an honest review of my experience to warn others, and he is trying to silence me. It’s a nightmare,’’ Michelle Levine told The Post. Levine said she found Dr. Joon Song of New York Robotic Gynecology & Women’s Health online and went to him for a checkup in July 2017. “A week later, he billed my insurance company $1,304.32 for the new-patient visit and ultrasound, and I got a bill for $427 that wasn’t covered,” she said. “The annual was supposed to be free!” Levine alleges in court filings that Joon never even gave her a manual pelvic exam, instead simply asking her about menstrual cramps and then performing an ultrasound. Levine claims that Joon said he gave her pelvic and breast exams, even though he didn’t.
Hour 2 – Making Heads or Tails Of The Heart News
High-Protein Diets May Slightly Increase The Risk Of Heart Disease Protein intake has been a bit controversial in recent years—while it sounds like a good idea to eat a protein-rich diet, studies have found that too much protein, especially from certain sources, is not so good for long-term health. A new study from the University of Eastern Finland finds that men who eat a high-protein diet have a slightly increased risk of heart disease in middle age. But again, not all proteins are created equal. The findings were published in American Heart Association journal, Circulation: Heart Failure. The researchers analyzed data from a group of 2,440 middle-aged men, who varied in how much protein they consumed. They filled out questionnaires regarding their diets over a four-day period at the study’s outset, and were then followed for an average of 22 years. The team divided the men up into four groups, from lowest to highest protein intake, and correlated this with cardiac events, of which there were 334 during the study period. They also looked at whether and how the type of protein might affect heart risk.
A High-Protein Diet Could Prolong Life Of Patients With Heart Failure: Study New European research has found that increasing protein intake may help heart failure patients live longer. Using data from the BIOSTAT-CHF study, which looks at heart failure outcomes in patients across 11 countries in Europe, the researchers investigated how protein intake could affect survival in 2,281 patients with an average age of 68. It is already known that increasing protein intake as we age can help maintain muscle mass, which often decreases with the aging process and is important to promote optimal health. However, older adults typically eat less protein than younger adults, despite the fact that they should be eating more. However, little is known about how high protein intake can affect those with heart failure, which also increases with age and affects around one in ten 70-year-olds. Heart failure is a serious medical condition which occurs when the heart is too weak to effectively pump blood throughout the body, meaning that the blood does not deliver sufficient oxygen and nutrients to the body to allow it to work normally.
Supplements Won’t Help Prevent Heart Disease: Study When it comes to preventing heart disease, vitamin and mineral supplements are probably a waste of money, a new research review concludes. The findings, published May 28 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, largely confirm what’s already known: Supplements may be popular, but in most cases, there is no evidence they protect against heart disease. There was one exception, researchers said. A more recent clinical trial in China found that folic acid supplements helped curb participants’ risk of stroke. However, experts said, it’s not clear whether the same benefit would be seen in countries where folic acid is added to grain products, and people generally have sufficient levels of the B vitamin. It’s found in leafy green vegetables, fruits, dried beans, peas and nuts. The bottom line? Eat a healthy diet and do not rely on supplements, said Dr. David Jenkins, who led the review.
Utah Turns Vaccine Nazi
New Utah Vaccine Law – Unvaccinated Students Will Be Expelled Vaccine nazis may not be big on rights but they are great at propaganda and using the law to eliminate individual choice. In fact, they have Constitution shredding down to an art. What they can’t achieve in massive assaults on personal rights, they attempt to achieve through baby steps. Case in point, take a look at Utah. Fresh on the heels of passing a “free range parenting” law that explicitly states that children cannot be removed from the home or the parents arrested for allowing their children to play outside (yes, that law actually needed to be passed in 2018 America), Utah has also passed a law further encroaching on a parents’ rights not to vaccinate their child. HB 308, signed into law in 2017 by Governor Gary Herbert, has changed the vaccine rules for Utah students. Beginning July 1, 2018, students who are not vaccinated will only be admitted into school for 21 days on a conditional basis. After 21 days, the unvaccinated student will be expelled unless vaccinated or a valid exemption is presented.
5G – What Is It And Why You Should Worry
5G Wireless Service Is Coming, And So Are Health Concerns Over The Towers That Support It The wireless industry is in a race to roll out 5G service. The network is supposed to be up to 100 times faster than current data speeds, but it requires cellphone tower equipment to be closer to users than before. Wireless companiesin the U.S. say they’ll have to install about 300,000 new antennas – roughly equal to the total number of cell towers built over the past three decades. That’s causing outrage and alarm in some neighborhoods, as antennas go up around homes. At a lab in New York, Verizon invited CBS News’ Tony Dokoupil to meet some of the entrepreneurs developing tools to run on the next generation of wireless technology. Jonathan Reeves, the CEO of Arvizio, said 5G service is extremely important to his company’s mission. His product allows users in different locations to interact with 3D images projected through a lens.
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I Think We Have Lost Our Minds
Bearded man obtains political position reserved only for women by claiming he’s transgender – but just on Wednesdays during work hours To illustrate the absolute insanity of the idea of “gender fluidity” and the political correctness that caters to it, a British man has officially filed to become a candidate for the Basingstoke Labour Party’s “women’s officer” role, simply by claiming that he’s a “woman” only on Wednesdays when the position-holder is responsible for performing “her” duties. David Lewis, 45, would basically be in charge of representing women’s issues for the United Kingdom’s Labour Party, as well as recruiting more females to join. Though Lewis obviously isn’t a woman, he decided to take advantage of the Labour Party rules that allow potential candidates applying for women-only positions to “self-identify” as a woman in order to gain access to them. “I self-identify as a woman on Wednesdays, between 6:50 am when my alarm goes off to around midnight when I go to bed,” Lewis jokingly told the local media, emphasizing that he doesn’t change his clothing, appearance, behavior, or pronouns on Wednesdays.
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