Jan 20, 2020 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Martin Luther King Jr. Day: How America is honoring the civil-rights hero All over the country, scores of people will gather to honor one of America’s most prolific civil rights heroes, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., on his birthday. King, who would have turned 91 on Jan. 15, is regarded for championing equal rights for African Americans through organized boycotts and rallies as well as by encouraging non-violent protests such as the one in Birmingham, Ala., in 1963. Perhaps most famously, King led the 1963 March on Washington, where he delivered his poignant “I Have a Dream” speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. King was assassinated by James Earl Ray on April 4, 1968, in Memphis, Tenn.
Top vaccine concerns and why we shouldn’t worry about them Marketplace sifted through mountains of studies and arguments, examined anti-vaccination documentaries and even attended an anti-vaxx rally in Washington, D.C., to get a deep sense of the information being distributed. We also spoke with more than a dozen vaccine-hesitant and anti-vaxx Canadians, and heard from many more via email. Many arguments and scientific studies seemed reasonable, so we ran them by specialists in that particular type of science or medicine. We consulted with toxicologists, vaccinologists, microbiologists, psychologists and academics throughout this investigation, all of whom confirmed the safety and efficacy of vaccines.
No shield from X-rays: How science is rethinking lead aprons Patients have come to expect a technician to drape their torsos with a heavy lead apron when they get an X-ray, but new thinking among radiologists and medical physicists is upending the decades-old practice of shielding patients from radiation. Some hospitals are ditching the ritual of covering reproductive organs and fetuses during imaging exams after prominent medical and scientific groups have said it’s a feel-good measure that can impair the quality of diagnostic tests and sometimes inadvertently increase a patient’s radiation exposure. The about-face is intended to improve care, but it will require a major effort to reassure regulators, health care workers and the public that it’s better not to shield. Fear of radiation is entrenched in the collective psyche, and many people are surprised to learn that shielding can cause problems. The movement also has yet to gain much traction among dentists, whose offices perform more than half of all X-rays.
Low doses of radiation used in medical imaging lead to mutations in cell cultures Common medical imaging procedures use low doses of radiation that are believed to be safe. A new study, however, finds that in human cell cultures, these doses create breaks that allow extra bits of DNA to integrate into the chromosome. Roland Kanaar and Alex Zelensky of Erasmus University Medical Center and Oncode Institute and colleagues report these new findings in a study published 16th January in PLOS Genetics. Scientists have long known that exposing cells to high doses of ionizing radiation generates mutations by creating double-strand breaks that let in external segments of DNA. These extraneous fragments of DNA can occur in the nucleus, left over from natural processes, such as genomic DNA repair and viral infections. In the new study, researchers investigated whether low doses of ionizing radiation have damaging side effects by irradiating human and mouse cells grown in the lab. When they counted the cells that had taken up foreign DNA, they found that low doses of radiation, in the upper range of common diagnostic procedures, create mutations through inserted DNA even more efficiently than the much larger doses studied previously.
China coronavirus: Beijing confirms human-to-human transmission of deadly virus China has confirmed the first examples of the deadly Wuhan Coronavirus spreading from human to human, with medical workers currently among the infected. More than 200 cases of the disease have been confirmed so far with instances also being reported in Japan, Thailand and South Korea. Believed to have originated in a seafood market in Wuhan, central China, the illness potentially marks the seventh coronavirus known to science which can infect humans – a grouping which includes SARS and MERS. The head of a Chinese government expert team, Zhong Nanshan, said two people in Guangdong province in southern China caught the disease from family members, according to state-controlled English language newspaper China Daily. The National Health Commission task force also found that some medical workers have tested positive for the virus.
Special Guest John Bush
John Bush began his career in activism in 2002 questioning the official account of what happened on 9/11 and speaking out against the wars in the Middle East. He was introduced to libertarianism by the good Dr. Ron Paul in 2007. As he learned of anarchism and agorism he focused his energies on promoting alternative institutions like cryptocurrency and mutual aid groups. His interest in natural health led him to discover kratom, a natural remedy which he sells through his company Brave Botanicals. As of late he has been promoting self-growth and entrepreneurial strategies and helping people overcome addiction.
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Kratom’s risk obscured by ‘soft data’ The FDA has repeatedly stated that kratom is dangerous, saying it can lead addiction and in some cases, death. However, some experts continue to press forward to convince the Drug Enforcement Administration to legalize kratom — touted as an alternative approach to pain management. Marc T. Swogger, PhD, a co-author of a 2018 article about kratom’s risks and benefits, told Healio Primary Care that there is “no good evidence that kratom is ‘deadly.’” “The overall data suggest that kratom is a relatively mild plant that is helping people and is an important tool for fighting the opioid problem,” he said. Those in favor of legalizing kratom say they have new evidence to make their point: a report in Preventive Medicine showing that the risk for overdose death is more than 1,000 times greater for opioid users than for kratom users.
Questions of The Day!
Would you have access to research which shows vaccines as the real abuser of children, instead of individuals or couples in jail for child abuse? I’ve heard of this in a “shaken baby” case and I wondered if multiple vaccines might cause bruising or look like a blow to the body. These injected chemicals, and combination injections, should be presenting externally as well as internally. I have been doing research for some time and plan to take Dr Tenpenny’s course next month. Thank you for any links or information you may have.
Any guidance on how to help with onycholysis when the nail has detached from the nail bed (about 1/2 way). It t is present on both thumbs and started at at the same time when I was diagnosed with Graves’ disease 4 years ago. I have never taken any medication to treat my thyroid yet I was successful at significantly improving my thyroid health by adopting a plant based diet. I believe also that the daily practice of meditation helped too. Test were done to see if my nail issue was fungal related but test came back negative. Although my T3 & T4 have moved into the normal range, TSH has still remained undetectable. I recently purchased the d3 supplement, sovereign silver for immune support and selenium sold via your website. Is there any other supplements that come to mind? Thank you superD and Robert!
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Thanks for the coverage in Canada on the Vaccines. Do you have a site or is there a good source of information for those that must do some of the Vaccine Schedules for there children, safe protocols prior and after the Vaccines are being completed
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