Aug 5, 2019 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Scientist ‘killed Amazon indians to test race theory’ Thousands of South American indians were infected with measles, killing hundreds, in order to for US scientists to study the effects on primitive societies of natural selection, according to a book out next month. The astonishing story of genetic research on humans, which took 10 years to uncover, is likely to shake the world of anthropology to its core, according to Professor Terry Turner of Cornell University, who has read the proofs. “In its scale, ramifications, and sheer criminality and corruption it is unparalleled in the history of anthropology,” Prof Turner says in a warning letter to Louise Lamphere, the president of the American Anthropology Association (AAA). The book accuses James Neel, the geneticist who headed a long-term project to study the Yanomami people of Venezuela in the mid-60s, of using a virulent measles vaccine to spark off an epidemic which killed hundreds and probably thousands.
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Whole body vibration shakes up microbiome, reduces inflammation in diabetes In the face of diabetes, a common condition in which glucose and levels of destructive inflammation soar, whole body vibration appears to improve how well our body uses glucose as an energy source and adjust our microbiome and immune cells to deter inflammation, investigators report. For the first time they have described how regular use of whole body vibration can create this healthier mix by yielding a greater percentage of macrophages—cells that can both promote or prevent inflammation—that suppress rather than promote. In their mouse model, investigators at the Medical College of Georgia and Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University have also shown that whole body vibration alters the microbiome, a collection of microorganisms in and on our body, which help protect us from invaders and, in the gut, help us digest food.
Online Searches for CBD Officially Surpass Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian CBD is officially more popular than Beyoncé. At least when it comes to internet research. According to CannabisMD’s Knowledge Navigator, a backend tool used to survey consumer trends, online interest in cannabidiol, more popularly known as CBD, has spiked exponentially in the past year. The data analyzed was pulled from a wide array of user searches across the web, including over 12,000 URLs, along with social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter. As the Navigator-generated chart shows, the number of searches entered for CBD have consistently risen since 2017, with no peak in sight. As of 2019, the tool’s graphs show CBD’s popularity has surpassed several popular topics, including Beyoncé, Kim Kardashian, kale and veganism. For context, the Knowledge Navigator’s data is in line with current Google search trends, which show a similar historical uptick for the term “CBD.” The timing of the intense interest in cannabidiol taking off in 2018 makes sense; last year was when hemp saw a national decriminalization that helped get CBD production off the ground.
Glyphosate’s Synergistic Toxicity in Combination with Other Factors as a Cause of Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Origin Chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology (CKDu) is a global epidemic. Sri Lanka has experienced a doubling of the disease every 4 or 5 years since it was first identified in the North Central province in the mid-1990s. The disease primarily affects people in agricultural regions who are missing the commonly known risk factors for CKD. Sri Lanka is not alone: health workers have reported prevalence of CKDu in Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. A global search for the cause of CKDu has not identified a single factor, but rather many factors that may contribute to the etiology of the disease. Some of these factors include heat stroke leading to dehydration, toxic metals such as cadmium and arsenic, fluoride, low selenium, toxigenic cyanobacteria, nutritionally deficient diet and mycotoxins from mold exposure.
Science Sheds Light On Whether Or Not Oil Pulling For Your Mouth Actually Works How many times have you come across a ‘natural’ or alternative health treatment, and, when you try to tell somebody about it, they completely dismiss the idea that it actually works? This is a problem in today’s society, the ‘natural’ label is seen in the realm of alternative treatment, and what’s solely emphasized today is the need and use for chemical medication. Prior to chemical medication, alternative treatment wasn’t seen as alternative, it just was. Interventions that don’t require medication are often shoved aside despite the fact that many of them show extreme promise and in some cases, the science is just as strong, if not more, than the chemical alternative without the harm that commonly comes as a trade-off.
Nordic researchers: A quarter of the world’s population at risk of developing tuberculosis A new study from Aarhus University Hospital and Aarhus University, Denmark, has shown that probably 1 in 4 people in the world carry the tuberculosis bacterium in the body. The disease tuberculosis is caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which affects more than 10 million people every year, and kills up to 2 million, making it the most deadly of the infectious diseases. In addition, many are infected with the tuberculosis bacteriumwithout having active disease, which is called latent tuberculosis. This number has so far been estimated on the basis of assumptions on how many a patient with active tuberculosis may infect, but there has not been an empirical basis for these assumptions.
Back to the wild: how ‘ungardening’ took root in America Retired union organizer Anna Burger lives by a busy road just a minute’s walk from a metro station in the US capital Washington, but every morning she wakes up to a birdsong symphony. Butterflies, squirrels and even the occasional deer also come to visit the tree-covered property that she has cultivated with a focus on native species that provide nesting space and nourishment for the local wildlife. Well-manicured grass lawns have long been associated with the American Dream, but a growing “rewilding” movement now seeks to reclaim yard space for nature. “We knew that putting chemicals on grass to try to keep it green seemed to be a futile process that wasn’t good for kids playing or for the environment,” Burger told AFP.
Don’t Tread On Me: Vancouver Island woman fends off cougar by blasting Metallica Apart from the gratefulness of being alive, Dee Gallant the woman who became internet famous for fending off a cougar by blasting Metallica’s “Don’t Tread On Me,” had the opportunity to finally thank James Hetfield for saving her life. After having her incredible story picked up by news outlets across Canada, the U.S. and even Spain, Gallant was contacted by the heavy-metal band’s artist liaison early on Friday morning, only to be called by James Hetfield later that afternoon. “I couldn’t even believe he was calling me,” said Gallant. “I had hoped I would hear from them but when I first put it out there I didn’t expect it to go this far.” According to Gallant, she was skeptical at first, even asking the famed frontman “How do I know it is really you?”
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