March 8, 2024 3-5pm ET

Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:

Censoring Speech, Ruining Health – The fight for free speech faces significant challenges, particularly in the natural products sector, spotlighted by a Supreme Court case addressing government collusion withsocial media companies for censorship. The article emphasizes the need to combat FTC censorship, highlighting the case of Xlear, a company penalized for sharing data on natural remedies for COVID-19. The broader argument presented is against the infringement on free speech rights by government and regulatory bodies, advocating for legislative actions to permit scientifically supported claims about supplement benefits.

Special Guest Dr. Clayton Baker

C.J. Baker, M.D. is an internal medicine physician with a quarter century in clinical practice. He has held numerous academic medical appointments, and his work has appeared in many journals, including the Journal of the American Medical Association and the New England Journal of Medicine. From 2012 to 2018 he was Clinical Associate Professor of Medical Humanities and Bioethics at the University of Rochester.

Health Care Students Still Suffer Force – Nearly four years into the COVID-19 pandemic, health care students across the United States continue to face coercivepolicies requiring them to accept continual booster doses of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines or risk expulsion from their programs. This mandate persists despite the fact that the vast majority of U.S. colleges and universities have lifted such requirements for their undergraduate students, and despite mounting evidence that COVID-19 mRNA boosters neither provide sterilizing immunity nor prevent disease spread. The article argues that this policy discriminates against health care students, is unconstitutional, and unnecessarily exposes students to the risk of vaccine-induced adverse effects without offering substantial benefits in disease prevention. It calls for an end to these mandates, highlighting the need for equal treatment and respect for medical freedom and bodily autonomy within health care education.

Medicine Has Been Fully Militarized – The article presents a critique of how the medical industry, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, has adopted a militaristic approach akin to the military-industrial complex described by President Eisenhower. It outlines the top-down, rigid enforcement of COVID-19 patient management protocols, which often ignored basic medical ethics and potentially resulted in harm to patients. The suppression of dissenting medical opinions and the strict adherence to controversial and sometimes harmful public health directives are likened to a military operation, with health care workers forced into compliance. The author argues that the close ties between the medical-industrial complex and military-industrial complex have led to a situation where medicine is no longer practiced for the sake of patient care but is instead driven by profit motives and bureaucratic control.

Ten New Year’s Resolutions to Restore Medical Freedom – This article proposes ten resolutions aimed at restoring medical freedom and countering the overreach seen during theCOVID-19 pandemic. These include speaking truthfully about COVID-19, petitioning politicians to commit to medical freedom policies, working to outlaw all gain-of-function research, and advocating for the United States to exit the World Health Organization (WHO). Other resolutions focus on removing COVID-19 mRNA vaccines from the market, calling for a moratorium on the mRNA pharmaceutical platform, repealing the 1986 Vaccine Act, ending vaccine mandates, stopping direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertising, and adopting offensive strategies to ensure medical freedom. The resolutions emphasize the importance of individual action, legal reforms, and collective advocacy to correct the mistakes and overreaches of the pandemic response.

Ground cinnamon sold at discount stores is tainted with lead, FDA warns – The FDA has issued a warning about ground cinnamon sold in U.S. discount stores, including Dollar Tree and Family Dollar, being contaminated with unsafe levels of lead. The cinnamon brands affected include La Fiesta, Marcum, MK, Swad, El Chilar, and Supreme Tradition. Lead exposure, particularly in children, can lead to serious health issues, including learning disabilities, behavioral problems, and lower IQ. The FDA’s alert was triggered by a “targeted survey” following a recall of lead-tainted cinnamon applesauce pouches. Consumers are advised to discard any affected cinnamon products and can seek refunds from the stores. The article underscores the importance of monitoring and preventing lead contamination in food products to protect public health.

Hour 2

Mexico’s Precaution on GM Corn Safety Is Justified – Mexico’s ban on genetically modified (GM) corn for food is challenged by the United States and Canada through the USMCA trade agreement, aiming toprotect the integrity of native corn and human health. Despite U.S. claims of Mexico’s actions lacking scientific basis, substantial evidence supports the potential harms of GM insect-resistant corn and glyphosate use in GM corn production. Research indicates that Bt toxins in GM crops, designed to kill pests, can also affect non-target insects and potentially harm mammals. Additionally, the widespread use of glyphosate, classified as a probable human carcinogen, raises concerns about exposure through food. The Canadian Biotechnology Action Network, despite being initially invited to provide expert commentary on GM corn risks, was later excluded from the arbitration panel at the U.S.’s request, highlighting the contentious nature of this international dispute.

Nanoplastics linked to heart attack, stroke and early death, study finds – A study reveals that people with nanoplastics in their carotid artery tissues are twice as likely to experience heart attacks, strokes, or early death compared to those without such particles. This research underscores the potential cardiovascular risks of nanoplastics, which can penetrate cells and organs, disrupting cellular functions and introducing harmful chemicals. Despite the industry’s efforts to mitigate new microplastic sources, this study raises urgent questions about the role of microplastics and nanoplastics as cardiovascular risk factors and the broader impact on human health.

Diet and sugary drinks may boost risk of atrial fibrillation by up to 20%, study says – Consuming two liters or more per week of artificially sweetened beverages may increase the risk ofatrial fibrillation (A-fib) by 20%, while sugary beverages raise the risk by 10%. Conversely, drinking pure, unsweetened juices could lower A-fib risk by 8%. This study highlights the potential health risks associated with both artificially sweetened and sugar-sweetened beverages, underscoring the need for further research to understand the implications on heart disease and other health conditions. Water is recommended as the best beverage choice, with a call for limiting or avoiding artificially sweetened and sugar-sweetened beverages to mitigate potential health risks.

‘Especially Dangerous’ to Children, Pregnant Women: Thousands of Chemicals Linked to Rising Rates of Cancer, Infertility and Obesity – Endocrine-disrupting chemicals, prevalent in consumer products, food, water, and soil, are linked to a global increase in reproductive disorders, cancer, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and other health issues. With 350,000 synthetic chemicals used worldwide, many of which may act as endocrine disruptors, calls for legally binding global treaties to restrict and ban these substances are growing. These chemicals pose particular risks to pregnant women and children by interfering with hormone regulation, potentially leading to severe health outcomes. The report by the Endocrine Society and International Pollutants Elimination Network underscores the need for comprehensive global action to mitigate the health impacts of endocrine-disrupting chemicals.

Welcome back to “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show, where today’s highlight is Crocus Sativus, a remedy as vibrant as the saffron it derives from.
This unique homeopathic remedy is celebrated for its ability to elevate mood and improve various movement disorders.
Its application spans from emotional fluctuations to physical conditions characterized by erratic movements, showcasing its versatility and efficacy. Let’s dive into the colorful world of Crocus Sativus and its benefits.

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