October 24, 2023 3-5PM ET
Tuesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
The piece explores the historical tendency for societies to drift towards serfdom and centralized control. It argues that the natural state of humanity is not one of freedom, but rather one of subservience to authority. The author suggests that it takes conscious effort and vigilance to maintain a free society.
Special Guest: Peggy Sarlin
Peggy Sarlin is the author and host of Awakening from Alzheimer’s a pioneering book and video series exploring innovative techniques to reverse Alzheimer’s. The huge success of Awakening from Alzheimer’s inspired her to write and host Regain Your Brain which brought even more good news about improving cognitive health. Peggy was a caregiver to her husband for more than 8 years and understands personally the stress caregivers experience. She is committed to providing families with the best information available for improving brain health.
Awakening From Alzheimer’s: How America’s Most Innovative Doctors are Reversing Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Memory Loss
The book delves into innovative methods that doctors in America are using to reverse Alzheimer’s, dementia, and memory loss. It offers hope and practical advice for those suffering from cognitive decline and their caregivers. The book is based on extensive research and interviews with medical professionals.
The piece discusses the growing conservative opposition to the FDA’s regulatory powers, especially in the areas of COVID-19 medication and abortion. It highlights how the debate has shifted from the efficacy of the drugs to the role of the FDA in controlling access to them. The article also touches on the political implications of this shift.
Question of The Day!
Robert, where do you get your great freedom shirts?
The report reveals that exposure to lead is linked to 5.5 million heart disease deaths and a loss of 5.9 IQ points in children under 5 years old. It emphasizes the urgent need for addressing this public health crisis, particularly among vulnerable populations. The article calls for immediate action to mitigate the risks associated with lead exposure.
Special Guest: Megan Smith
Director, Producer, Writer
Megan S. Smith holds an M.S. in biology with a thesis in molecular genetics, and currently works as a documentary filmmaker and freelance investigative journalist in the areas of science and health. In 2016, Smith founded WayMark Productions, LLC, a company dedicated to bettering the lives of those with health afflictions.
Prior to that, she worked consecutive decades as a screenwriter, a Capitol Hill lobbyist for renewable energy, and a stage performer/recording artist. Smith was the first to report on the inaccuracy of Lyme disease testing for The Washington Post, and the government’s gross underreporting of this epidemic for her local paper.
Smith wrote, produced and directed her first short documentary, “bOObs: The War on Women’s Breasts,” which garnered numerous film festival awards. Starting October 2020, Smith’s feature film by the same name will be distributed internationally by Los Angeles-based Cinema Libre Studio.
“bOObs” looks into the controversial breast cancer screening test of mammography, but also considers a future protocol option for women: thermography in conjunction with ultrasound.
Her second film, “A New Standard of Care,” will investigate the highly contentious area of non-conventional cancer therapies and will be dedicated to her late husband, Proctor.
“bOObs: The War on Women’s Breasts” investigates the controversy swirling around the breast cancer screening test mammography. Over a 30-year period, mammogram’s use led to over-diagnosing 1.3 million U.S. women, resulting in needless treatments for breast cancers that otherwise may not have spread.
Women share heart-breaking stories of how this test tragically left them permanently maimed following questionable diagnoses. One woman describes how her cancer exponentially worsened following the physical trauma from mammograms to her biopsied tumor.
Medical experts scientifically debunk the mammography myths of “early detection” and “low radiation,” which are amplified by cancer associations, women’s health groups, and governmental agencies worldwide. Requiring more mammographic scans, large- and dense-breasted women are left uninformed about the increased risk for radiation-induced cancers.
Non-conventional medical doctors reveal that the two painless tests of thermography and ultrasound are together a preferred protocol: the former is capable of detecting cancer precursors years before a tumor forms, and neither test contains radiation. Yet the 20-billion-dollar mammography industry — facilitated by insurance companies and governmental agencies — prevents the wide-spread use of these two tools for breast cancer screening.
Finally, experts break down how questionable science in medical journals and self-interests of big corporations are largely responsible for sending women down this frightful path.
October is recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a campaign to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and cure. The campaign also offers information and support to those affected by breast cancer. Various events and activities are organized globally to support this cause.
Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re focusing on Opium, a remedy often used for stupor and constipation.
This brief guide will delve into the various applications of Opium, particularly its effectiveness in treating these conditions.