February 5, 2024 3-5PM ET
Monday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
How was the Autism Health Summit?
Lee Habeeb, creator and host of Our American Stories, co-founded Laura Ingraham’s national radio show in 2001, moved to Salem Media Group in 2008 as Vice President of Content overseeing their nationally syndicated lineup, and launched Our American Stories in 2016. He is a University of Virginia School of Law graduate, and writes a weekly column for Newsweek.
Two Conservatives Challenge the Davos Divas
At the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, two prominent conservatives, Javier Milei, president of Argentina, and Kevin Roberts, president of the Heritage Foundation, stood out for their vocal opposition to the prevailing globalist agenda. Both men, representing the academic and conservative movements of their respective countries, emphasized the importance of national sovereignty and self-governance over the influence of global governing elites. Milei criticized the Western world’s drift towards socialism, attributing it to a departure from the values of freedom and individualism, which he argues leads to poverty. He highlighted Argentina’s decline from prosperity to poverty as a cautionary tale of embracing collectivism. Milei also underscored the role of capitalism and free markets in lifting billions out of poverty since 1800, challenging the narrative that capitalism is inherently evil due to its individualistic nature.
Pay Close Attention To What Science Says About Glyphosate
Lee A. Evslin, M.D., emphasizes the importance of heeding scientific findings on glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup-like herbicides, especially as Hawaii aims to lead in food safety. Six years after Hawaii banned chlorpyrifos, a toxic insecticide, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released a report on the potential dangers of glyphosate in our food supply. This comes at a time when Governor Josh Green is making strides in local food production, highlighting the need for careful consideration of glyphosate use. The AAP’s report, which references 76 scientific studies, suggests a link between glyphosate exposure and various health issues, including cancer and endocrine dysfunction. Despite criticism from some quarters labeling the AAP’s stance as unscientific, Evslin defends the academy’s credibility, pointing out the growing international concern over the health effects of chronic low-level glyphosate exposure. The article calls for Hawaii to lead once again by implementing regulations to keep glyphosate out of food crops, underscoring the significant health risks associated with this widely used herbicide.
The EPA is proposing that ‘forever chemicals’ be considered hazardous substances
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed classifying nine per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), commonly known as “forever chemicals,” as hazardous to human health under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. This proposal follows findings that these chemicals, which are used in a wide range of products from nonstick cookware to firefighting foam, are present in nearly half of the United States’ tap water supply. PFAS are termed “forever chemicals” due to their slow degradation rate, allowing them to accumulate in the environment, animals, and humans. The EPA’s proposal is based on various studies indicating that PFAS can cause numerous health issues, including cancer, decreased fertility in women, high cholesterol, thyroid disorders, and asthma. This move comes after a U.S. Geological Survey study highlighted the widespread presence of PFAS in the country’s tap water and follows a significant lawsuit settlement by 3M to detoxify water supplies contaminated with these chemicals. The proposed rule will be open for public comment once published in the Federal Register.
Meet Dr. Mahn, a trailblazer in the field of biological dentistry based in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Mahn grew up near Stuttgart, Germany and moved to the United States at the age of 12. He graduated from Marquette University School of Dentistry in 1985 and practiced in Wisconsin for nearly 30 years. After discovering the benefits of a more holistic approach, he founded Integrative Dental Solutions in 2001 and went on to earn a doctorate in Integrative Medicine from Capital University in Georgetown in 2004. In 2017, Dr Mahn and his family relocated to Phoenix, AZ where he founded Natural Dental Partners, a biological dentistry practice. Aside from running his dental practice, Dr Mahn currently spends most of his time focused on treating the root cause of breathing disorders, sleeping conditions, and TMJ dysfunction. He founded the Institute for Advanced Airway Studies to empower fellow dentists to establish superior airway programs in their practices for enhanced patient well-being. Dr. Mahn is also an accredited member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) where he serves as a board member and chairman of the Ozone Committee.