November 14th, 2022 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Taking This Common Medication Long-Term Could Lead to Alzheimer’s, Studies Say When it comes to devastating diseases like Alzheimer’s, identifying the risk factors is crucial. Some things, like your age, obviously can’t be changed—the Alzheimer’s Association reports that most people with Alzheimer’s are 65 and older—but other factors are within our control. Practicing good oral hygiene, for example, can go a long way toward protecting your brain health. Studies have also discovered an unsettling connection between an increased risk of dementia and certain medications. Read on to find out about one particular drug that researchers say may have a negative affect on your cognitive health. There is no known cure for many of the diseases that cause cognitive decline, such as Alzheimer’s. And as the number of older Americans grows, so too will the number of new and existing cases of Alzheimer’s, says the Alzheimer’s Association, which notes that six million people in the U.S. are currently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, with that number projected to rise to almost 13 million by 2050. Gill Livingston, a psychiatrist at University College London, told The New York Times that “it would be great if we had drugs that worked [but] they’re not the only way forward.” With a high failure rate of drugs being aimed at curing or treating cognitive decline, “Public health experts and researchers argue that it is past time to turn our attention to a different approach—focusing on eliminating a dozen or so already known risk factors, like untreated high blood pressure, hearing loss, and smoking, rather than on an exorbitantly priced, whiz-bang new drug,” the Times reported.
Special Guest Dr. Carole Lieberman
Carole Lieberman, M.D., known as America’s Psychiatrist, is a Board-Certified Beverly Hills psychiatrist. She is also a bestselling and award-winning author of several books and has written chapters and forewords for books including Missing Without a Trace, Beyond a Reasonable Doubt, Tragedy in Sedona and Divorcing a Narcissist. She is also the author of the upcoming book, Murder By TV: A Descent into Madness, the story of the Jenny Jones Talk Show Murder for which she was the defense psychiatrist.
Dr. Lieberman is a TV News-Talk commentator on today’s headlines from a psychological and socio-political point of view. When Dr. Carole isn’t seeing patients or testifying at trials as a Forensic Psychiatrist/Expert Witness, she’s working as a three-time, Emmy-honored TV personality who has appeared on Oprah, the Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, FOX News, HLN, ET, ABC, CBS, NBC, Oxygen, Court TV, Law and Crime and many more. She was trained at NYU-Bellevue and at Anna Freud’s London Clinic. She has served on the Clinical Faculty of UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute for years.
The Paul Pelosi Story Makes No Sense, and the Public Needs Answers I’ve stayed away from the story of Paul Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi’s husband, being attacked by a hammer in his San Francisco home to this point because of how confusing the fact pattern is. After all, it’s always best to not get out over one’s skis, a rule I’ve not always followed in the past, not so much on RedState, but in the lightening fast environment of social media. But here I sit on a Saturday morning, reading all the details that have come out over the last day, and I can’t help but come to one conclusion: This story makes no sense. I don’t mean that as a way to suggest some grand conspiracy. I mean that much more as an idle observation. What has come out about the attacker and how the attack unfolded simply doesn’t add up. Now, that could be because we just lack some additional facts that confirm the predominant narrative, but until those facts arrive, no one can be blamed for looking at the situation with some heavy side-eye. What we do know is that Paul Pelosi was attacked with a hammer. He suffered some kind of injury that required a trip to the hospital and an operating table. We know that the police showed up prior to the attack commencing and that Paul Pelosi was attacked in their presence. We know the assailant was arrested in his underwear. We also know that a glass door was shattered.
Questions of The Day!
Is there a difference between ‘Touchstone’s Fulvic Minerals vs ‘ Choose To Be Healthy’s “Missing Link” Minerals?
Also I heard you speak about Zinc–Should we take a Zinc supplement from Choose to be healthy or will taking the Zinc interfere with the Copper?
Hi Dr. Bell
I have severe dry eye syndrome and I am desperate to heal it. I have tried several conventional eye docs that could not help me with their treatments. No eye drop has helped as I am not surprised about that.
I am more open to natural healing anyway. I do trust homeopathic reembodies. I am now trying Belladonna -6C for my eyes- as suggested on line. I just started it today. What do you think is best for this eye issues.
World Diabetes Day World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created in 1991 by IDF and the World Health Organization in response to growing concerns about the escalating health threat posed by diabetes. World Diabetes Day became an official United Nations Day in 2006 with the passage of United Nation Resolution 61/225. It is marked every year on 14 November, the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin along with Charles Best in 1922. WDD is the world’s largest diabetes awareness campaign reaching a global audience of over 1 billion people in more than 160 countries. The campaign draws attention to issues of paramount importance to the diabetes world and keeps diabetes firmly in the public and political spotlight.
Special Guest Dr. Dana Granberg-Nill
Dr. Dana H. Granberg-Nill MD FAAFP is a board-certified family physician that has been in private practice in the Kansas City, Missouri area for over 20 years. She completed her medical training at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and residency in Family Medicine at Baptist Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri. She achieved the Degree of Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians in 2011 and served on the Board of Directors for the Missouri Academy of Family Physicians from 2011 through 2014. When medical landscape in the wake of COVID made it increasingly difficult to openly practice medicine consistent with her observations, analysis, research, and beliefs, she resigned from her practice in the fall of 2021.
Dr. Granberg-Nill works on the medical freedom front as the chief medical officer for GoldCare Health & Wellness. Dr. Granberg-Nill also works with America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) and community members on many fronts to secure the freedoms required to educate and inform those in our community of the policies affecting medical care and education. She has a small DPC practice (The Happy Camper Doctor) that is weeks from opening. Dr. Granberg-Nill is committed to efforts in advancing medical freedoms for both the medical provider and patient.
KFC in Germany apologizes for promoting fried chicken special in “commemoration of Kristallnacht” on anniversary of 1938 Nazi pogrom that massacred Jews In what the company is now blaming on a “technical error,” the KFC fast-food chain in Germany blasted a promotional ad to customers’ smartphones urging them to celebrate the 1938 Nazi pogrom by “treat[ing] themselves” to fried chicken and cheese. On the 84th anniversary of the Reichspogromnacht, also known as Kristallnacht or “The Night of Broken Glass,” KFC sent the following message to thousands of smartphones: “Commemoration of Kristallnacht – Treat yourself to more soft cheese and crispy chicken. Now at KFCheese!” About an hour later, another message was blasted out apologizing for the first one and calling it “an error in our system.” “We are very sorry; we will check our internal processes immediately so that this does not happen again,” reads an apology that was also included. “Please excuse this error.” (Related: Remember when KFC launched “buckets for the cure” to push its toxic fried chicken in the name of cancer awareness?) Kristallnacht is known as the event that massacred Jews and sent 30,000 to concentration camps to be exterminated by the Nazi regime.