Tag Archive: obesity

Sep 13

War on Supplements, ANH-USA, Chris Barr, Diabeteis Obesity Reversal, Sponge Bob ADHD, NSAID Kidneys, HPV Gardasil Panic and More on The Robert Scott Bell Show September 14, 2011

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The War on Vitamins: Supplement availability and affordability is currently being attacked on two fronts. A new bill introduced by Senator Durbin grants the FDA power to arbitrarily ban supplements that have been safely used for many years, without the need for any evidence that the supplements are actually dangerous. Meanwhile, the FDA has drafted …

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Aug 30

Maryanne Godboldo Updates, Liam Scheff Slams Racist NPR, HIV Non-tansmissability, Sports Injury and More on The Robert Scott Bell Show August 30, 2011

Maryanne Godboldo goes free, but she still has to fight for custody of her child against an out-of-control state agency. RSB reviews the news and how to send bureaucrats away, peacefully, if at all possible! Charges dismissed against Mich. mother in standoff! http://www.cbsatlanta.com/story/15353863/charges-dismissed-against-mich-mother-in-standoff   Charges dismissed against Maryanne Godboldo, mom involved in police standoff over …

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Nov 13

The RSB Show – November 14th, 2010 from 1PM to 3PM EST

Radio broadcast on Sunday, November 14, 2010 from 1 PM to 3 PM EST: Hour One: ADHD for Every Kid

Oct 27

Unplug From The Drug Matrix

According to another new study,

Oct 12

Abbott Labs Pulls Obesity Drug Over Heart Risk

The obesity drug Meridia has been withdrawn from the U.S. market because of an increased risk of heart attack and stroke, federal health officials said Friday. Pharmaceutical giant Abbott Laboratories voluntarily agreed to pull the drug after a U.S. Food and Drug Administration review of data that showed a 16 percent increased risk for heart …

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Oct 12

Obesity Costs Society $73 Billion

The societal costs of obesity are typically thought of in terms of the health care costs associated with treating obesity related disease. But a new study has found another cost that has not often been considered: lost productivity. According to researchers from Duke University, obese workers costs society more than $73 billion a year in …

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Sep 29

Healthy Lifestyles Cause Employees To Be More Productive

An unhealthy workforce affects a company’s output and boosts sick leave, according to Dutch research published online in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Obesity, poor diet, lack of exercise and smoking accounted for more than one in ten days off sick, it was found. However drinking ten glasses of alcohol a week or more was associated …

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Sep 20

Mexico Bans Sodas, Fried Foods, and Junk Food from Public Schools

The Mexican government is moving forward with plans to ban all junk foods from public school by the start of the coming school year, officials have announced. “The kids are going to complain, of course,” said education minister Alonso Lujambio. “We are going to start a profound cultural change.” In January, President Felipe Calderon launched …

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Aug 13

Gut Germs May Underlie Western Allergies

Germs living in the gut may cause higher rates of allergies, chronic stomach upsets and even obesity among children living in rich industrialized countries, researchers reported on Monday. They compared intestinal bacteria between European Union children and young villagers in remote Burkina Faso, and found enough differences to help explain disparities in chronic disease and …

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Aug 12

The Forbidden Truth About Healthcare…

Voters in Missouri Oppose Health Law “Missouri voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a measure intended to nullify the new federal health care law, becoming the first state in the nation where ordinary people made known their dismay over the issue at the ballot box.“ RSB Comments: While the republic crumbled, don’t let it be said …

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