Environment

A Mother’s Exposure to Pesticides During Pregnancy May Raise Children’s Autism Risk

Posted on Dec 12, 2019 in Environment

Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have a lot to say about this article on theMarch 25, 2019 Advanced Medicine Show(click link above to listen to the show) In one of the largest studies looking at the potential effects of pesticide exposure on still-developing fetuses and newborns, scientists found that exposure to the most commonly used pesticides was linked to higher risk of autism spectrum disorder. Led by Ondine von Ehrenstein, associate professor in the Fielding School of Public Health at the University of California, Los Angeles, the researchers analyzed autism registry data in...

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Advanced Medicine with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar

Posted on Dec 9, 2019 in Environment, Vaccines

If you missed Advanced Medicine with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell, be sure to go to www.MedicalRewind.com to listen to the 3.25.2019 show replay. Click Here to LISTEN NOW! Get ready to learn things not traditionally taught to medical doctors! Some of the things you will hear Dr. Buttar and Robert talk about in this show are: Combination Vaccines and Febrile Seizures: Should Parents be Concerned? The childhood immunization schedule recommended by The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), calls for 50 doses of 14 vaccines by a child’s 6th birthday. These vaccines are...

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Chemical pollutants in the home degrade fertility in both men and dogs, study finds

Posted on Sep 19, 2019 in Animals, Environment, Medical Rewind

Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have a lot to say about this article on theMarch 4, 2019 Advanced Medicine Show (click link above to listen to the show) New research by scientists at the University of Nottingham suggests that environmental contaminants found in the home and diet have the same adverse effects on male fertility in both humans and in domestic dogs. There has been increasing concern over declining human male fertility in recent decades with studies showing a 50% global reduction in sperm quality in the past 80 years. A previous study by the Nottingham experts showed that sperm...

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Leading researchers call for a ban on widely used insecticides

Posted on Mar 20, 2019 in Chronic Disease, Environment, Heavy Metals

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) Use of organophosphates has lessened, but risks to early brain development still too high Date: November 9, 2018 Source: University of California – Davis Health Summary: Public health experts have found there is sufficient evidence that prenatal exposure to widely used insecticides known as organophosphates puts children at risk for neurodevelopmental disorders. Public health experts have found there is sufficient evidence...

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Does Air Pollution Raise Autism Risk?

Posted on Nov 22, 2018 in Autism, Environment

MONDAY, Nov. 19, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Traffic-related air pollution may play a role in development of autism, new research suggests. A Canadian study found that exposure to a common air pollutant during pregnancy was tied to higher odds of a child being diagnosed with autism by age 5. That pollutant, nitric oxide, is associated with traffic pollution, the researchers noted. “There is no cure for autism spectrum disorder, so prevention has an important role to play,” said lead researcher Lief Pagalan. “Avoiding air pollution is not easy because it’s all around...

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Student suicide clusters – is microwave radiation and its technology to blame?

Posted on Aug 15, 2018 in Environment, Health & Wellness

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the May 21, 2018 Advanced Medicine Show By Dr. Ellis Evans, Natural Blaze This is very sad and no-one is looking in the right places nor asking the right questions. Nine students from the University of Bristol (UK) committed suicide during the past two years. Bristol University is blaming the students themselves, arguing they suffered ‘mental health problems’. One student was on campus for just 3 weeks and others were third and final years students. Similarly, York University (UK) also had a suicide cluster of 5...

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