Apr 23, 2019 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
US inches closer to measles record, with more than 600 cases reported There have been 626 cases of measles reported in the United States this year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s 71 more than the agency reported last week in its weekly update. Just four months into the year, the number of cases is only 42 away from surpassing the record of 667 cases in 2014, the highest number since the illness was declared eliminated in the United States in 2000. “In the coming weeks, 2019 confirmed case numbers will likely surpass 2014 levels,” the agency said on its website Monday. Iowa and Tennessee reported cases for the first time this week, bringing the total number of states reporting measles this year to 22. The other states are Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas and Washington.
Special Guest Cilla Whatcott!
Author of two books on homeoprophylaxis, director of three international conferences, and producer of the RealImmunity film series, Cilla works with families and individuals, and trains homeopaths, MD’s, chiropractors, and other healthcare practitioners to implement homeoprophylaxis in their own practices. Cilla holds a BA from Arizona State University, a four-year diploma in homeopathy from Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, and a PhD in clinical homeopathy. She has been practicing classical homeopathy since 2005, taught Homeopathy for eight years at Normandale Community College, and has administered homeoprophylaxis to over 1000 children.
The answer to real immunity lies within. It does not come through a pill or from the end of a needle. “Real Immunity” explores the practices and opinions of doctors, researchers, scientists, and parents who are at the leading edge of the new paradigm. This new paradigm encompasses current information, increased awareness, and the desire for greener and safer methods of disease prevention.
Fear, the most powerful driver surrounding disease is addressed and put in its proper place so it can be a motivator instead of an obstacle. World renown immunologist, Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych, shares the antidote to overcome fear.
Intuition is another remedy to the questioning and doubt that inundates new parents. Learn how to access your deepest intuition from Dr. Jeanne Ohm, the director of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association.
Hear from Paul Thomas, MD, a pediatrician who listens to his patients and is humble enough to admit when he is wrong. A true healer, Paul shares intimate information about his childhood in Rhodesia that contributed to who is is today.
Passage to Real Immunity
The second film in the Real Immunity series, examines the 200-year-old method of homeoprophylaxis. Hear interviews with families loving it, doctors using it from around the world including India, (the country recognizing it as a viable alternative to conventional vaccines), and homeopaths who have long known the power of energetic medicine.
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Question of The Day!
Where can I find more information about nosodes (hopefully that’s spelled correctly)? Is there a way to find a location that has these available in/near my area? Thank you in advance for any information!
WiFi may interact with signaling pathways in the brain, causing irreversible damage The effects of repeated WiFi exposure on human health have been widely debated. A recent study reviewed evidence from 23 controlled scientific studies which investigated the health effects of WiFi on animals, human cell lines, and humans to determine once and for all, whether WiFi has a detrimental effect on human health. WiFi or a wireless network consists of an antenna that is connected to the internet and several wireless devices, such as laptop, phone, etc. The electromagnetic frequency of WiFi is pulsed rather than continuous. This is a critical issue, as pulsed electromagnetic frequencies have a larger biological impact. A 2015 study argued that more pulsed an electromagnetic frequency, more harmful they are for biological specimens. Researchers have also tried to determine the dose relationship between WiFi exposure and biological effects, and found that a specific intensity range of electromagnetic pulses may produce maximum effects, and this may drop off at lower and higher intensities.
Question of The Day!
Hi Robert! What supplements and dietary interventions would you recommend for calcium oxalate kidney stone prevention? I have a history of kidney stones and surgical intervention. I’ve recently been advised by my MD to avoid foods high in oxalates as well as any supplements. I realize his knowledge in the field of prevention is highly limited, so I turn to you for advice! Thank you!! Antoinette
Cannabis Nurses: An Emerging Specialization And Vital Resource For Seniors Cannabis can be a game-changer for older adults suffering from chronic pain, anxiety and insomnia. But with cannabis, finding the sweet spot that does the trick – that highly personal mix of delivery method, dosage and timing, can be too daunting for many older adults. Nurses who specialize in cannabis medicine are increasingly stepping in to help seniors navigate that path. Eloise Theisen, a board-certified geriatric nurse practitioner based in Walnut Creek, California, has been helping older adults find relief with medical cannabis for over five years through her private practice, Radicle Health. A regular at the Rossmoor senior living community’s Medical Marijuana Club, Theisen is a trusted figure and caregiver for many of the members.
Marijuana users less likely to be obese, study says The joke is that smoking marijuana can cause weight gain because users might get the munchies, but new research suggests that pot smokers weigh less. The average 5-foot-7 person who smokes marijuana weighs two pounds less than someone who does not, according to a study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology. The researchers caution that cannabis shouldn’t be thought of as a weight-loss aid, but they say the data is clear. “Over a three-year period, all participants showed a weight increase, but interestingly, those who used marijuana had less of an increase compared to those that never used,” Omayma Alshaarawy, assistant professor of family medicine at Michigan State and study lead author, said in a news release. “Our study builds on mounting evidence that this opposite effect occurs.”
Multiple Studies Show That Alcohol Is The Real “Gateway Drug” For Teens According to a series of studies that have been conducted by researchers at the University of Florida over the past several years, alcohol is the real “gateway drug” for teens in the United States. This research finally gives some scientific opposition to the popular myth that cannabis is a gateway drug for young people, that supposedly leads them towards more dangerous drugs like meth or heroin. The first study was conducted in 2012 and was titled, “Alcohol as a Gateway Drug: A Study of US 12th Graders.” In this study, researchers examined surveys of high school students to determine their interest in specific drugs and see how they got involved in the lifestyle. The results showed that a vast majority of the teens tried alcohol before anything else, and that alcohol was the drug that was causing the most trouble for young people.
Why Science Can’t Seem to Tell Us How to Eat Right Eggs once fell from grace, going from the sunny breakfast staple of choice to a hard pass if you wanted to avoid heart attacks. Then, like all disgraced celebrities, they seemed to make a comeback — in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Health experts said we could stop worrying about the cholesterol or eating too many eggs. (Brunch never looked so fantastic.) Then last month, a study seemed to say — hold up! — cholesterol in your diet and eating eggs was linked to a higher heart risk. Instead of screams of frustration, though, the news was met with a collective sigh of boredom. Because to be honest, there’s a long list of foods, diets, and ingredients — coconut oil, butter, avocados, low-fat foods, salt, nuts, saturated fat, sugar — that seem to have gone through the same good guy-bad guy cycle.
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