November 8th, 2023 3-5PM ET
Wednesday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
States Reconsider Religious Exemptions for Vaccinations in Child Care More than half the children who attend Munchkin Land Daycare near Billings, Montana, have special needs or compromised immune systems. The kids, who range in age from 4 months to 9 years, have conditions that include fetal alcohol syndrome, cystic fibrosis, and Down syndrome, according to owner Sheryl Hutzenbiler.“These families came to me knowing we could offer them a safe and healthy environment,” Hutzenbiler said. Part of ensuring that healthy environment is having a strong vaccination policy, she said, especially for those who are immunocompromised or too young to receive the full slate of childhood vaccines.
Special Guest Jack Roth
Jack Roth is a journalist, documentary film producer and non-fiction book author. He has produced the award-winning documentary films Extraordinary: The Stan Romanek Story (2013), Extraordinary: The Seeding (2019), and Extraordinary: The Revelations (2021). He is also the author of Killing Kennedy (2022), Ghost Soldiers of Gettysburg (2014) and Unknown Down (2016), books that adeptly explore unexplained phenomena. Jack’s work is driven by his strong desire to seek the truth and share it with others, as this, he believes, will ultimately lead to greater enlightenment and personal freedom for all of humanity. He is a graduate of Boston University (BS, Business Administration) and University of Central Florida (BA, Journalism).
Jack is co-founder of j3FILMS, a production company that creates engaging, entertaining and educational documentaries that challenge conventional wisdom. With deep ties to communities surrounding the unexplained, j3FILMS has access to researchers, investigative journalists, subject matter experts and eyewitnesses, enabling the filmmakers to present rich and layered stories to audiences. Jack has produced and written the award-winning documentary films Extraordinary: The Stan Romanek Story (2013), Extraordinary: The Seeding (2019), and Extraordinary: The Revelations (2021). j3FILMS is currently developing new projects that focus on both paranormal phenomena and unexplained mysteries.
Question of The Day!
Thank you for answering my question concerning fish and plastic-I heard you say that Selenium would help with the Mercury; I do have 6oz of Wild Alaskan Salmon daily-In your opinion is that too much!! or would we all be better off not eating fish no matter where it came from.
Once again Thank You for helping all of us
Kids Exposed to Fluoride Scored Lower on Cognitive Tests, Study Finds Children with chronic exposure to high levels of fluoride in drinking water made more errors on drawing and cognitive tests, according to a new pilot study by researchers at Tulane University. The study, which linked fluoride exposure and cognitive impairment, was published in the November-December issue of the peer-reviewed Neurotoxicology and Teratology journal. Lead author Tewodros Godebo, Ph.D., assistant professor of environmental health sciences at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, told Tulane News that the testing underlying their study “affirmed a clear association between high fluoride and cognitive impairment.” “These results add to the growing concern about the potential neurotoxic effects of fluoride, especially during early brain development and childhood,” Godebo said. He said more epidemiological studies should be conducted to validate the findings of his team’s work.
Special Guest Tia Severino
Brooke Shields says she had a seizure and woke up to Bradley Cooper holding her hand Brooke Shields is recounting a “surreal” experience that started with a scary medical episode, and soon led to none other than Bradley Cooper holding her hand in an ambulance. Shields told Glamour in an interview published on Wednesday that Cooper came to her aid after she suffered the seizure in New York City in September, which she said was caused by drinking too much water. The “Suddenly Susan” actor, who had been preparing for her one-woman show “Previously Owned by Brooke Shields” at the time of the incident, said that the seizure took place at L’Artusi restaurant while she was talking to the sommelier.
Moment of Duh
Free weekly produce delivery found to improve blood sugar, food security in low-income adults
A groundbreaking study has shown that a six-month program providing free weekly produce to low-income adults with type 2 diabetes significantly improved their blood sugar control and increased their food security. The study, which is the first randomized clinical trial of its kind, also offered free diet and nutrition counseling, enhancing the benefits. The findings suggest that interventions like these can be a vital part of healthcare, potentially leading to improved health outcomes for those with diet-related health conditions.