November 13, 7-9PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Apocalypse Now – Or Later?
Thousands of scientists sign ‘Warning to Humanity’ letter predicting an imminent apocalypse MORE then 15,000 scientists from around the world have signed a terrifying letter warning of an imminent apocalypse. The message is called “Warning to Humanity” and is an ominous vision of the grim fate awaiting our planet. The message updates an original Warning from the Union of Concerned Scientists, which was made in 1992. Now the global scientific community’s view of the future is even bleaker. Apart from the hole in the ozone layer, which has now been stabilised, every one of the major threats identified in 1992 has worsened. Runaway consumption of precious resources by an exploding population remains the biggest danger facing humankind, say the scientists.
Grow Your Own Food? That’s A Lawsuit…
Florida Court Strikes Down Front-Yard Edible Gardens for Miami Shores A longstanding battle between 17-year homeowners at the Village of Miami Shores, Tom Carroll and Hermine Ricketts, appears to have reached its sad conclusion. In 2014, the couple was advised by town officials after a re-zoning plan that they would have to dig up their front-yard edible garden or face fines of $50 per day for the newly created infraction. The couple subsequently sued based on a constitutional infringement upon their right to use their own private property as well as a violation of the equal protection clause. Now, according to the Institute for Justice which had been representing the couple, Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal actually has agreed with the opposing attorney who stated: “There certainly is not [a] fundamental right to grow vegetables in your front yard.”
The Big Pharma Revolving Door Spins Again…
Who is Alex Azar? Former drugmaker CEO and HHS official nominated to head agency President Trump on Monday tweeted he is nominating Azar for the top HHS job, a replacement for Tom Price who resigned as secretary in September after racking up hundreds of thousands of dollars in travel bills for chartered flights. He’s widely praised for his intellect, has strong conservative credentials, is a critic of the Affordable Care Act, and knows Vice President Pence. And, of course there’s his prior experience at HHS, as well as his more than a decade of private sector experience at Lilly.
Chris Christie – Stuck On Stupid?
Opioid commission makes an anti-marijuana argument New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, head of the presidential commission on opioids, warned of the dangers of marijuana in a letter to President Donald Trump earlier this month about the panel’s findings, saying the current push for marijuana legalization could further fuel the opioid epidemic. “There is a lack of sophisticated outcome data on dose, potency, and abuse potential for marijuana. This mirrors the lack of data in the 1990s and early 2000s when opioid prescribing multiplied across health care settings and led to the current epidemic of abuse, misuse and addiction,” Christie wrote in the letter, which was released with the commission’s final report. “The Commission urges that the same mistake is not made with the uninformed rush to put another drug legally on the market in the midst of an overdose epidemic.”
Need A Gift For The Person Who Has Everything?
Tiffany’s ‘Everyday Objects’ ridiculed online Luxury retailer Tiffany is turning heads online with an “Everyday Objects” collection that includes a $9,000 ball of yarn. The jeweler released a collection this month that includes a $9,000 sterling silver ball of yarn, a $1,000 sterling tin can, a $300 sterling and walnut yo-yo and a $95 paper cup. “I think what makes the collection unique is that it incorporates the best quality, craftsmanship and design with a level of functionality that allows you to use these things every day,” Reed Krakoff, Tiffany’s chief artistic officer, told CNN Money.
Hour 2 – Advanced Medicine Monday 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:
Elimination organs hit the hardest by air pollution: Toxic particles cause cancer in the kidneys, bladder, bowel and lungs Air pollution causes a myriad of illnesses, most notably diseases concerning the heart and lungs. Now a groundbreaking study has revealed that the toxins we are inhaling daily may also cause kidney and bladder cancer. According to Dr. Michelle Turner, first author of the study: “This research suggests that air pollution was not associated with death from most non-lung cancers, but the associations with kidney, bladder and colorectal cancer deserve further investigation.” In the U.K., heart disease and stroke are the major causes of 40,000 premature deaths a year and six million sick days. Pollution has been identified as one of the key drivers of these diseases, with alarming pollution levels in 43 of the largest towns and cities in the U.K. – from Eastborne to London, Glasgow, Leeds and Birmingham – reported to be exceeding global safety limits.
Lifestyle choices affect multiple generations: Studies show that environmental memories
are stored at a cellular level A recent animal study published in the Science journal has revealed that genetic changes caused by environmental factors may be passed down from one generation to another. According to a team of researchers at the European Molecular Biology Organisation(EMBO) in Spain, the genetic changes may even be inherited by up to 14 generations thereafter. The experts have examined the genetically engineered nematode roundworms called C. elegans in order to carry out the study. The roundworms are known to carry a specific gene that makes them glow bright under ultraviolet light once it is activated.
Bill Gates’ newest mission: Curing Alzheimer’s For Gates, the fight is personal. He is investing $50 million of his own money into the Dementia Discovery Fund, a private-public research partnership focused on some of the more novel ideas about what drives the brain disease, such as looking at a brain cell’s immune system. It’s the first time Gates has made a commitment to a noncommunicable disease. The work done through his foundation has focused primarily on infectious diseases such as HIV, malaria and polio.
Gestational diabetes increases risk of cardiovascular disease; however, scientists also determined a healthy lifestyle helps mitigate that risk A new study finds that gestational diabetes increases risk of cardiovascular disease in women, as reported by The Science Daily. In addition, researchers discover that having a healthy lifestyle helps lower cardiovascular risk. Researchers from the National Institute of Health (NIH) analyzed the association between cardiovascular disease and gestational diabetes. They evaluated the medical history of about 90,000 pregnant women. Among these women, approximately 5,300 of them had a history of gestational diabetes. The data came from the Nurses’ Health Study II, an ongoing study that started in 1989.
One vaccine injection could carry many doses MIT engineers have invented a new 3-D fabrication method that can generate a novel type of drug-carrying particle that could allow multiple doses of a drug or vaccine to be delivered over an extended time period with just one injection. The new microparticles resemble tiny coffee cups that can be filled with a drug or vaccine and then sealed with a lid. The particles are made of a biocompatible, FDA-approved polymer that can be designed to degrade at specific times, spilling out the contents of the “cup.”
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