Sep 17, 2018 7-9PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
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Happy Constitution Day!
Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17, 1787, recognizing all who are born in the U.S. or by naturalization, have become citizens. On September 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the last time to sign the document they had created. We encourage all Americans to observe this important day in our nation’s history by attending local events in your area. Celebrate Constitution Day through activities, learning, parades and demonstrations of our Love for the United State of America and the Blessings of Freedom Our Founding Fathers secured for us.
‘C’ is for Constitution: Our kids don’t know much about America’s founding – It’s time we start teaching them Another school year, another year of protests, “no platforming,” and other affronts to free expression on campus. Should we be surprised? Probably not. A majority of students now believe that “hate speech” – which is not defined under U.S. law and, thus, is subjectively conceived – does not deserve First Amendment protection. And should we be surprised by that? Almost certainly not. There’s no reason we should expect college students to be able to make sound constitutional arguments when they don’t even know the content of the First Amendment. For more than a third of Americans can’t name a single right guaranteed under it. You’d have to be living under a rock not to see that our social fabric is unravelling and that even basic civil discourse is becoming increasingly rare. There are a lot of explanations for why. Higher education in particular has come under fire, with childish campus behavior ranging from therapy sessions with Play-Doh, puppies, and coloring books to safe spaces to vandalism as specific bugaboos. But while college campuses have their issues, they are not the primary source of this civic unravelling.
Special Guest – Brad Szollose!
Brad Szollose is a recognized thought leader, entrepreneur, business coach and speaker, specializing in transitioning leaders from the Industrial Age to the Information Age. Brad co-founded K2 Design, Inc., which became the first dot com agency to go public. During Brad’s tenure at K2, the company experienced 425% growth and received the Arthur Andersen NY Enterprise Award for Best Practices for Fostering Innovation.
Liquid Leadership: From Woodstock to Wikipedia–Multigenerational Management Ideas That Are Changing the Way We Run Things There is only ONE BOOK that explains WHY Millennials behave the way they do; and that book is Liquid Leadership–From Woodstock to Wikipedia. We have always had 4 Generations in the workforce — BUT, for the first time in history we have 4 Generations with very different behaviors, expectations and work ethics. How do you get employees engaged, bridge the generational gap and retain your best talent? Liquid Leadership presents a dynamic approach that will help readers avoid getting caught up in a workforce culture clash. But this isn’t management theory: the author presents strategies from his own award-winning business model and experience of taking his company public in an IPO on NASDAQ. Everything from developing a creative work environment to using social commitment to bring coworkers together, to creating a lasting legacy. The author explains the strategies he used to grow his company 435% for 5 straight years!!! This wide-ranging discussion by a pioneering Internet entrepreneur provides an entirely new perspective on the major factors affecting businesses today. The author reveals seven immutable laws that can enable any leader to maximize the effectiveness of their workforce. Liquid Leadership is the 21st Century Guidebook to managing in today’s disruptive environment.
Special Guest – Stephan Choiniere!
The creator of the acrobatic-dance partnering style known as Body2Body, Stephan’s work is showcased as a featured act for Cirque du Soleil in the Las Vegas show, Zumanity. His act-designing skills take a theatrical approach while merging circus and dance choreography.
Stephan is a world-class acrobatic dancer and aerial artist, also accomplished as a scholarship NCAA gymnast, circus act choreographer, stunt man, and model. His creative recipe for the stage has included awe-inspiring skills with fluid phrasing and emotive story telling. Stephan co-created and performed with Sara Joel the featured duo, Body2Body, in over 1000 shows for Cirque du Soleil’s Las Vegas production, Zumanity. Prior to joining Zumanity, he was a principal performer with Anti-Gravity in New York City, integrating dance, acrobatics and aerials for the company’s original shows and corporate productions. With Anti-Gravity, Stephan appeared in such esteemed venues as: The Metropolitan Opera House, Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, as well as performing nightly at the award ceremonies of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. He has also been a featured entertainer at special events for George Lucas, Richard Branson, George Soros, and Paul Newman. Stephan had featured roles performing and choreographing in Anti-Gravity’s full-length productions, Circus Diva, Crash Test Dummies, and Anti-Gravity Tour 2007. Additionally, he has been a featured performer in high profile benefits for Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS, and Dancers Responding to AIDS.
This Should Have Gotten The Ig Noble Prize
STUDY: Salsa dancers less likely to get injured than Zumba dancers Salsa dancers are less likely to get injured while dancing than people taking part in Spanish, aerobic or Zumba dancing, according to new research. But they suffer a similar rate of injuries as ballroom dancers, the researchers at Coventry University found. The injuries they did receive were most often caused by being stepped on by another dancer. The research also suggested that women were twice as likely to be injured while salsa dancing than men. It’s the first study to look at the injury rates of amateur salsa dancers, and compare its finding to similar research into other popular genres of dance. The research team found that people were more likely to be injured while salsa dancing if they were women, older, and had a higher body mass index (BMI). Those with more salsa dance experience, according to the research, were less likely to be injured while salsa dancing.
Hour 2 – Advanced Medicine with Dr. Rashid Buttar!
Dr. Buttar is back to talk about what’s happening in the world of health news. Here’s what we have in store for you today:
New Study Says Vaccine Injured Kids Should Get More Vaccines A new study says that if a vaccine causes a bad reaction in a child, you can still get more vaccines. The study says that a child who has an adverse event following an initial vaccine isn’t likely to have another adverse event with subsequent vaccines. “Most patients with a history of mild or moderate adverse events following immunization [AEFI] can be safely reimmunized,” write Gaston De Serres, MD, of Laval University, Quebec, and colleagues. It’s difficult to imagine that this study is going over well with parents of vaccine injured children. No matter what any “study” claims, it is hard to imagine any parent trusting a vaccine after watching their child endure an injury from one. This is the first reimmunizing study to be accomplished.
Raising Kids With Religion Or Spirituality May Protect Their Mental Health: Study A new study from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health finds that kids and teens who are raised with religious or spiritual practices tend to have better health and mental health as they age. But not to worry if you’re not a service-attender. The research, published last week in the American Journal of Epidemiology, finds that people who prayed or meditated on their own time also reaped similar benefits, including lower risk of substance abuse and depression later on. The team looked at data from 5,000 people taking part in the long-term Nurses’ Health Study II and its next generation Growing Up Today Study (GUTS). They were interested in whether the frequency with which a child/teen attended religious services with their parents or prayed/meditated on their own was correlated with their health and mental health as they grew into their 20s. The young people were followed for anywhere from eight to 14 years.
Daily aspirin may be harmful for healthy older adults, large study finds For decades, a daily dose of aspirin has been widely considered a way to protect healthy people from cardiovascular disease and even cancer. But a large international study finds that even at low doses, long-term use of aspirin may be harmful — without providing any benefit — for older people who have not already had a heart attack or stroke. The new research reinforces the results of a study published in late August, which found that daily low-dose aspirin was too risky to be prescribed to patients at moderate risk of heart disease. In the August study and the new one, researchers found a significant risk of internal gastric bleeding caused by the medication, which thins the blood. Older patients experienced no health benefits from taking aspirin, according to the new report, published Sunday in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Household disinfectants could be making kids overweight Multi-surface cleaners and other commonly used household disinfectants could be making children overweight by altering the bacteria found in their guts, a new study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal suggests. Infants living in households where antimicrobial disinfectants are used at least weekly were twice as likely to have higher levels of the bacteria Lachnospiraceae at ages 3 to 4 months than children whose homes did not frequently use disinfectants, the Canadian researchers found. When those children with higher levels of Lachnospiraceae were 3 years old, their body mass index (BMI) was higher than children who do not live in homes that frequently use disinfectants, the study also showed. The bacteria Lachnospiraceae are “a normal component of our gut microbiota,” Anita Kozyrskyj, senior author of the study and a University of Alberta pediatrics professor, said in a CMAJ podcast.
Watchdog slams safeguards for foster kids on psych drugs Thousands of foster children may be getting powerful psychiatric drugs prescribed to them without basic safeguards, says a federal watchdog agency that found a failure to care for youngsters whose lives have already been disrupted. A report released Monday by the Health and Human Services inspector general’s office found that about 1 in 3 foster kids from a sample of states were prescribed psychiatric drugs without treatment plans or follow-up, standard steps in sound medical care. Kids getting mood-altering drugs they don’t need is only part of the problem. Investigators also said children who need medication to help them function at school or get along in social settings may be going untreated. The drugs include medications for attention deficit disorder, anxiety, PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Foster kids are much more likely to get psychiatric drugs than children overall.
Question of The Day!
Hi Robert and Dr. Buttar,
I have heard that dental work, such as crowns,root canals, removal of teeth are causing breast cancer, heart attacks. And this book is talking about it all. Hidden Epicdemic, by Thomas Levy, MD, JD. Silent Oral Infections cause most heart attacks and breast cancer.
In looking into this it’s extremely costly to have dental work changed and there are not many places that you can even go to to get help.
Can you help me with this? Really concerned about it.
Comment of the Day: Hey RSB, just fyi the Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg IL has a organic burger place in the mall. I know they have veggie burger as well. Been there a few times, it’s pretty good nothing to write home but nice to have some organic options! – Carmen
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More upcoming RSB events:
- The Trinity Conference, September 22-23, 2018, Schaumberg, Illinois!
- International Integrative Healthcare and Holistic Iridology Congress Oct 19-22 2018 Orlando FL
Stay tuned as the calendar is updated for more exciting events and opportunities to meet RSB!
- Total Health ’19 Toronto Canada April 12-14, 2019!