January 28, 7-9PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Americans Finally Getting a Little More Sleep Are bleary-eyed Americans getting a break at
last? New research suggests that people are sleeping a few more minutes each night than they used to. “Over 14 years [2003 to 2016], Americans were getting 17 minutes more sleepevery night, or a full four days more sleep per year,” said study lead researcher Dr. Mathias Basner. He’s associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania’s division of sleep and chronobiology.
Chronic poor sleep may cause Alzheimer’s: study Chronic poor sleep may contribute to cognitive decline, according to a study that shows wakeful brain produces more of the Alzheimer’s protein amyloid beta than its waste-disposal system can handle. Levels of the protein rise, potentially setting off a sequence of changes to the brain that can end with dementia, researchers said. “This study is the clearest demonstration in humans that sleep disruption leads to an increased risk of Alzheimers disease through an amyloid beta mechanism,” said Randall Bateman, from the Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis in the US.
Question of The Day!
RSB-What are your thoughts on Neosporin and what do you recommend for
minor wounds care.?
Chicken Little Gets Woman of The Year?
Former CDC Director that Approved Gardasil Vaccine and Became Head of Merck’s
Vaccine Division Named “Woman of the Year” It has recently been reported that Merck Pharmaceutical Company’s leading lady, Dr. Julie Gerberding, has won yet another impressive title, being named Woman of the Year 2018. Since the Gardasil vaccine was approved while Gerberding was head of the CDC, many young girls who have received the Gardasil shots have gone into pre-mature menopause, suffering from Primary Ovarian Failure.
Watch: Bar sign bans customers from saying ‘literally’ A New York bar is drawing attention
online for signs posted outlining its latest policy change — a ban on the word “literally.” Signs posted outside and inside Continental in Manhattan’s East Village warn patrons that they could be ejected from the drinking establishment if they dare to utter the word.
Hour 2 – Beware The FDA Approved Drugs
STUDY: Over 30% of All “FDA-Approved” Drugs Have Grave and Deadly Side Effects Close to one-third of drugs approved by the FDA are found to have safety problems, according to a research report from The Journal of the American Medical Association. JAMA’s report stated that these safety issues, known as “postmarket safety events,” are “common after FDA approval, highlighting the importance of continuous monitoring of the safety of novel therapeutics throughout their life cycle.” Every single day in the United States, 1,000 people are treated in emergency departments for a single FDA-approved drug—opioids. Opioid drug overdoses now kill more people annually than the number of Americans who died in the Vietnam war.
Special Guest – Jon Rappoport!
Jon Rappoport has worked as a free-lance investigative reporter for over 30 years. He is the author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX. He has written articles on politics, health, media, culture and art for LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, Village Voice, Nexus, CBS Healthwatch, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. In 1982, the LA Weekly submitted his name for a Pulitzer prize, for his interview with the president of El Salvador University, where the military had taken over the campus.
Network: the last great film about The News Network, the 1976 film written by Paddy Chayefsky, reveals what media kings would do if they unchained their basic instincts and galloped all the way into the madness of slash-and-burn Roman Circus. The audience is jaded beyond recall. It needs new shocks to the system every day. The adrenaline must flow. The line between reporting the news and inventing it? Erase it. Celebrate the erasure. Watch ratings soar. Why pretend anymore? Why spend countless hours preparing and broadcasting synthetic artificial news, as if it were real? Does the audience care about such niceties? The audience just wants action.
Why the FDA should be charged with murder If you worked for a federal agency that was killing people at the rate of 100,000 a year, every year, like clockwork, and if you knew it, wouldn’t you feel compelled to say or do something about it? At the FDA, which is, in fact, killing Americans at that rate, no one has ever felt the need to step forward and speak up. Let’s shift the venue and ask the same question. If you were a medical reporter for a major media outlet in the US, and you knew the above fact, wouldn’t you make it a priority to say something, write something, do something?
The rise and fall of television news: no more father figures When network television news was created in the late 1940s, no one in charge knew how to do it. It was a new creature. Sponsors? Yes. A studio with a desk and an anchor? Yes. A list of top stories? Yes. Important information for the public? Yes. Of course, “important information” could have several definitions—and the CIA already had a few claws into news, so there would be boundaries and fake stories within those boundaries. The producers knew the anchor was the main event; his voice, his manner, his face. He was the actor in a one-man show. But what should he project to the audience at home? The first few anchors were dry sandpaper. John Cameron Swayze at NBC, and Douglas Edwards at CBS. But Swayze, also a quiz show host, broke out of the mold and imparted a bit of “cheery” to his broadcasts. A no-no. So he was eventually dumped.
Female relatives ‘nag’ the most, says study Chances are, we all have a nag in our lives – unless we
are that nag ourselves, that is! This person may often be well-meaning, but the truth is that being around them can become tiring and emotionally draining. A new study from the University of California, Berkeley and Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel, indicates that, in most cases, that “difficult” person is a woman we’re closely related to: our mother, wife, or sister.
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
More upcoming RSB events:
- CBD lecture by RSB at The Health Basket, Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 2PM EST, Orlando area, Florida
- Total Health 2018, Toronto, Canada May 11-13, 2018.
- Stay tuned as the calendar is updated for more exciting events and opportunities to meet RSB!