March 29, 2024 3-5PM ET

Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:


ADHD Meds Linked to Heart Damage in Young Adults – Research indicates ADHD stimulant medications, such as Ritalin and Adderall, are associated with an increased risk of cardiomyopathy—a weakening ofthe heart muscle—in young adults, with the risk escalating over time. A study led by Pauline Gerard, a medical student at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, found that individuals aged 20 to 40 on ADHD medication were 17% more likely to have cardiomyopathy at one year and 57% more likely by eight years, compared to non-users. Despite these findings, the absolute risk remains small, suggesting no immediate need to alter prescribing practices. Gerard emphasized that the increased risk, although real, is minimal, advising against ceasing these medications solely based on this data. Scheduled for presentation at the American College of Cardiology annual meeting, the study underscores the importance of weighing the benefits of ADHD medications against potential long-term heart risks.

Charley Horses and the Role of Low Magnesium: Low magnesium levels may significantly contribute to the occurrence of charley horses, painful and sudden muscle cramps. Factors such as insufficient magnesium intake, excessive alcohol consumption, and prolonged use of diuretics can enhance this risk by depleting magnesium levels. Magnesium, essential for over 300 biochemical reactions, helps regulate muscle contraction and relaxation by controlling calcium influx into muscle cells. Maintaining a balanced diet rich in magnesium, staying hydrated, and engaging in regular physical activity are recommended to mitigate the frequency of these muscle spasms. For those with chronically low magnesium levels, supplements and specific stretching exercises might provide relief.

Why Did the Anti-Vaccine Movement Tilt to the Right?: The article explores the shifting political dynamics of the anti-vaccine movement, historically non-partisan, towards a moreright-leaning stance. This analysis is derived from an observation of changing trends and attitudes within the movement, indicating a complex interplay of societal, political, and cultural factors influencing its current direction. The focus is on understanding the reasons behind this tilt and its implications for public health discourse.The article positions the anti-vaccine movement’s tilt as a reflection of broader societal trends, suggesting that the movement’s evolution is intertwined with complex socio-political narratives that challenge conventional understandings of health advocacy.

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Hour 2 ENCORE

Why did NIH abruptly halt research on the harms of cell phone radiation?
The National Toxicology Program (NTP) of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, part of the NIH, unexpectedly announced it would cease studying the biological or environmental impacts of cell phone radiofrequency radiation. This decision followed a decade-long, $30 million animal study by the NTP, which found cancer, heart damage, and DNA damage linked to exposure levels common among Americans today. Despite previous commitments to further investigate these findings, the NTP cited the high costs and technical challenges of the studies as reasons for discontinuation. This move has sparked concerns among experts and the public, especially given the growing evidence of potential health risks associated with wireless radiation. The abrupt end to this research contrasts with ongoing studies by the U.S. Department of Defense and extensive research efforts in the European Union, highlighting a significant gap in civilian government-led investigations into wireless radiation’s health impacts.

Special Guest Brian Festa

Brian Festa is a Civil Rights Attorney who, along with his business partner and friend Dawn Jolly, founded We The Patriots USA to preserve and reclaim our God-given inalienable rights. Brian is a father of two who became involved in health freedom activism and legal work several years ago, after his son was seriously injured by a flu shot. Brian travels throughout the nation to speak about the work of We The Patriots USA, including multiple appearances at Clay Clark’s Reawaken America Tour. Brian has also been a guest on dozens of broadcasts, including The Glenn Beck Show, The Steve Deace Show, Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz, Brighteon Conversations with Mike Adams, The Mel K. Show, The Stew Peters Show, and The
Alex Jones Show.

 


Kids who consume energy drinks are more prone to mental health disorders, study finds
A comprehensive review by Fuse, the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health at Teesside University and Newcastle University in the U.K., has found that children and young people who consume energy drinks are at a higher risk of developing mental health issues, including ADHD, depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. The study analyzed data from 57 studies involving over 1.2 million participants across more than 21 countries. The high caffeine content in energy drinks, significantly exceeding that in coffee, tea, and soda, is a concern for young people’s health. The findings have led researchers and health organizations in the U.K. to call for a ban on the sale of energy drinks to individuals under 16, emphasizing that energy drinks should have no place in the diets of children and young people. The study’s implications highlight the need for greater awareness and regulation of energy drink consumption among minors to protect their mental and physical health.

Welcome back to the “Homeopathic Hits” segment of The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we’re exploring Aesculus Hippocastanum, a homeopathic remedy often used for issues related to venous circulation and hemorrhoids.
This segment will delve into the therapeutic applications of Aesculus Hippocastanum in these specific areas.

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