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94% of Americans who grew up during the era of leaded gasoline found to be lead poisoned and brain damaged

Posted on Jun 20, 2019 in Uncategorized

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the January 14, 2019 Advanced Medicine Show (click link above to listen to the show)   A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that 94 percent of Americans who were exposed to leaded gasoline in childhood may show signs of lower IQ scores and socioeconomic status in adulthood. Health experts pooled data from blood samples of than 500 participants who grew up in the era of leaded gasoline. Research showed that participants who had more than 10 micrograms of lead per deciliter...

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Gut immune cells reduce multiple sclerosis inflammation in study

Posted on May 16, 2019 in Uncategorized

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the January 6, 2019 Advanced Medicine Show (click link above to listen to the show) The human intestine may contain key immune cells that decrease brain inflammation in people with multiple sclerosis, a study says. Researchers from the University of Toronto and the University of California San Francisco found that microbes known as plasma cells that live in the gut create Immunoglobulin A, or IgA, antibodies that can travel to the brain to suppress inflammation caused by MS. The findings were published Thursday in...

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Parachutes do NOT save the lives of people who jump from aeroplanes, claim sarcastic scientists in a study designed to reveal how flawed ‘research’ can be

Posted on May 9, 2019 in Uncategorized

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the December 17, 2018 Advanced Medicine Show (click link above to listen to the show)   Parachutes do not save the lives of people who jump from aeroplanes, or so a study suggests. In a trial of 23 volunteers, all participants somehow survived being hurtled out of a plane – even those without parachutes. But the sarcastic scientists didn’t mention until 16 paragraphs into the study how the volunteers jumped a mere 0.6m off a stationary aircraft. The scientists argued their lighthearted trial highlights...

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‘Transmissible’ Alzheimer’s theory gains traction

Posted on May 8, 2019 in Uncategorized

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the December 17, 2018 Advanced Medicine Show (click link above to listen to the show) Mouse tests confirm that sticky proteins associated with degenerative brain diseases can be transferred — but researchers say risks for humans are likely to be minimal. Neuroscientists have amassed more evidence for the hypothesis that sticky proteins that are a hallmark of neurodegenerative diseases can be transferred between people under particular conditions — and cause new damage in a recipient’s brain. They stress that their...

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Everything about Lyme disease is steeped in controversy. Now some doctors are too afraid to treat patients

Posted on May 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the December 17, 2018 Advanced Medicine Show (click link above to listen to the show) Bruce Shilton’s crippling fatigue left him bedridden for six months. Sue Faber was so forgetful, she couldn’t remember her daughters’ birthdates. And Andrea Smith’s relentless aches sent her into a deep depression. All three Canadians say they are struggling with a chronic form of Lyme disease and feel abandoned by Canada’s health-care system. The challenge for them, and other patients with Lyme, is that the medical community is...

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Most Child Tonsillectomies Unnecessary, Study Finds

Posted on Mar 21, 2019 in Uncategorized

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the November 12, 2018 Advanced Medicine Show (click link above to listen to the show) Seven out of 8 children in the United Kingdom who have their tonsils removed are unlikely to benefit from the surgery, a study found. But many children who could benefit from a tonsillectomy are not having the surgery, say researchers from the University of Birmingham. Recurrent or chronic sore throat is the most common reason for getting a tonsillectomy. Evidence shows that the surgery results in modest, short-term reductions in...

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