December 19th, 2016 7-9pm
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Are you starting to think the Zika epidemic is the most confusing outbreak ever? Join the club. Since Zika surfaced on the global radar about a year ago, scientists have been trying to figure out if what seemed like a pretty paltry virus could cause serious birth defects if it infected a fetus in the womb and, if so, how often?
The Zika epidemic is accelerating work on experimental DNA vaccines, which could turn out to be America’s best defense against infectious-disease outbreaks that now spread around the world with alarming speed, fueled by rising populations and global travel. These vaccines, made with synthetic DNA, can be developed and manufactured quickly.
Laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery is one of the more popular treatments for significantly obese people, but a new study is showing there may be negative side effects from the surgery. A recent study found that a large number of people who had gastric bypass surgery complained about gastrointestinal problems two years after their surgery, including indigestion and food intolerance.
Millennials are fine without fabric softener; P&G looks to fix that. A marketing push aims to reverse decade-long slide in the category.
My wife has Candida Albicans and I saw your lesson at the TAC symposium and would love more info on taking the silver and aloe Vera to heal her gut
Will your Christmas tree BUG you? There are a handful of insects that make their homes in pine trees—the most common include aphids, adelgids, scales, bark beetles, psocids, and mites (from abandoned bird nests)—and some, like praying mantises, lay their eggs on tree branches. The reason you aren’t likely to notice the little buggers right away is that the insects go dormant for winter. “As soon as you bring the tree indoors and warm them up, they spring right back to life,” Troyano explains. Or in the case of praying mantis eggs, they hatch.
It probably wasn’t what she asked Santa for, but a woman in Australia got an early Christmas surprise in her tree this year. According to professional snake catcher Barry Goldsmith, a woman in Melbourne found a tiger snake intertwined with the tinsel on her Christmas tree on Sunday morning. “She’s didn’t panic, she just took a photo and sent it to the snake catcher, me, and 20 minutes later I had the little bugger in a bag,” Goldsmith wrote on Facebook with a photo of the holiday reptile.
Hour 2~ Advanced Medicine with Dr. Rashid Buttar
Could you help me find a doctor in the New York City/New Jersey area to do IRR injections to relieve COPD? If so could you do so ASAP.
I thank you sincerely.
A link between aluminium and Alzheimer’s disease has long existed. But many scientists says there is not enough evidence to blame the metal, used by thousands for everyday purposes to cook and store food. However, Professor Chris Exley, from Keele University, says his latest research confirms it does indeed play a role in cognitive decline. Here, in a piece for medical-blogging website The Hippocratic Post, he reveals the findings from his latest study.
There is a growing worldwide epidemic of chronic disease and disability. The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) is dedicated to funding research into why – and what can be done about it.
Up to a third of people with autism may be lacking a single protein in their brain, according to research published in Molecular Cell. The discovery, made by scientists at the University of Toronto, ON, could lead to new treatments for some people with the condition.
People who expect good things to happen in the future are more likely than less-optimistic peers to survive the decades following a first heart attack, a study in Israel suggests. The results don’t prove that optimism extends life, but doctors should nevertheless consider including optimism training in patients’ rehabilitation after heart attacks, the study team writes in Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
Six people in Colorado recently became infected with a “nightmare” superbug that until now, has mostly been limited to people in hospitals, according to a new report. The new cases suggest the superbug may have spread outside of health care facilities.
When Dr. Christopher Callahan examines older patients, he often hears a similar refrain. “I’m tired, doctor. It’s hard to get up and about. I’ve been feeling kind of down, but I know I’m getting old and I just have to live with it.” This fatalistic stance relies on widely-held but mistaken assumptions about what constitutes “normal aging.” In fact, fatigue, weakness and depression, among several other common concerns, aren’t to-be-expected consequences of growing older, said Callahan, director of the Center for Aging Research at Indiana University’s School of Medicine.
Remember friends, the power to heal, is yours.
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