Health & Wellness

Victoria, Australia has mandated that children should see a doctor at least once a week to receive drugs and medical treatment without parental consent

Posted on Sep 7, 2017 in Health & Wellness, Medical Rewind

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the  June 12, 2017 Medical Rewind Show Sunday, June 11, 2017 by: Tracey Watson A $43.8 million (about $33 million U.S. Dollar) state-run initiative called “Doctors in Secondary Schools” has been rolled out in the state of Victoria, Australia. This program promises to “fund general practitioners (GPs) to attend up to 100 Victorian government secondary schools up to one day a week to provide medical advice and health care to those students most in need.” While the concept of providing free medical care for in-need...

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Drinking tea may alter women’s gene expression

Posted on Aug 29, 2017 in Autism, Cancer, Health & Wellness

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the  June 5, 2017 Medical Rewind Show. It seems that we can’t get enough of tea; statistics show that almost 80 percent of households in the United States drink it. But do you know what this popular beverage does once it passes our lips? New research sheds some light on how tea affects gene expression. Study leader Weronica Ek, of Uppsala University in Sweden, and colleagues found that drinking tea appears to trigger epigenetic changes in women that are associated with cancer and the metabolism of the hormone...

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Medical Rewind – June 5, 2017

Posted on Aug 28, 2017 in Cancer, Health & Wellness, Medical Rewind

How tea affects gene expression, Cancer treatment costs, Using blood from young to heal the old, Phthalates and thyroid, and much more! If you missed Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell, be sure to go to www.MedicalRewind.com to listen to the show replay.   .. It seems that we can’t get enough of tea; statistics show that almost 80 percent of households in the United States drink it. But do you know what this popular beverage does once it passes our lips? New research sheds some light on how tea affects gene expression. The cost of treating cancer has...

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Liver Damage From Supplements Is on the Rise

Posted on Aug 17, 2017 in Health & Wellness, Medical Rewind

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the  May 22, 2017 Medical Rewind Show. You’ve probably heard that too much alcohol or excessive amounts of certain medications can damage your liver, an organ that helps your body extract the nutrients it needs from food and eliminate toxic substances from your blood. But a new review suggests that many herbal remedies and dietary supplements can also harm the liver, including some that you can easily buy online or over-the-counter in drug or health food stores. The study also found that injuries linked to those...

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Study: 28,187 Plant Species Used as Medicines throughout the World

Posted on Aug 16, 2017 in Health & Wellness, Medical Rewind

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the  May 22, 2017 Medical Rewind Show. A powerful new study reminds us that natural medicine was once, and still is, the default medical system on this planet…   In fact, the use of synthetically produced patent medicines (pharmaceuticals) is a relatively recent development (circa 1870), and should really be called the “alternative medicine” vis-a-vis time-tested, far safer approaches that rely on food, spices, and carefully prepared and administered plant extracts. A powerful new report released by the Kew...

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No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise

Posted on Aug 15, 2017 in Health & Wellness, Medical Rewind

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the  May 22, 2017 Medical Rewind Show. Children should not be given fruit juice before they are 1 year old unless it’s advised by a doctor, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics.   The group had previously advised parents to wait to offer juice until a child reached 6 months old but decided to make the change based on rising rates of obesity and concerns about tooth cavities. “We couldn’t really see any reason why juice...

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