My guest again is Peter Gøtzsche, MD, the remarkable Danish physician and researcher who has written the stunning book, Deadly Psychiatry and Organized Denial. Our theme is “How Psychiatry Uses Force Against Its Patients and Its Critics.” This impassioned conversation will give you a deeper look into how the two of us think about our scientific and reform work; and about the …
The Disturbing Autism and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Connection Charles Ortleb, the author of Truth to Power, interviews Dr. Michael J. Goldberg, the author of The Myth of Autism. Goldberg is the President of the Neuro-Immune Dysfunction Syndromes (NIDS) Medical Advisory Board and has been on the clinical teaching staff at both UCLA and Cedars-Sinai Hospitals. Dr. Goldberg has challenged the conventional wisdom about …
What do you believe that almost no one else believes?” This is Peter Thiel’s favorite question when he is interviewing. It helps him find people who think for themselves, something that seems to become more rare every day. For example, look at what Bjorn Lomborg, Matt Ridley, and Michael Crichton have to say about global warming, and then see who else dares say such things. Today we explore the unexplorable.
One of my best hours! With British psychiatrist Joanna Moncrieff, this is a must-listen-to show. It is thoughtful from beginning to end about how psychiatric drugs really work by disrupting brain function and how they impair our ability to be “sensitive to complex aspects of the environment, such as other people.” I describe how, in my opinion, they are neurotoxins that reduce the individual’s capacity to care about anything including themselves and other people. Joanna and I do not fully agree on all the nuances of these issues, such as should antipsychotic drugs ever be used, and how common and severe are the long-term effects. These differences provide the listener with a unique opportunity to hear a genuine, informed, scientific, and caring discussion covering broad aspects and concerns pertaining to the whole range of psychiatric drugs.
Dec. 4 to Dec. 10 is “National Influenza Vaccination Week” and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is pushing hard for children and adults to get immunized against the flu. Colorful advertisements warn us to get our flu shots from the walls of our doctor’s offices, pharmacies and grocery stores. According to the CDC, getting the flu shot …
There are three courts in the land: the court of justice (Judicial branch of government), the court of public opinion (i.e., news media), and the Vaccine Court. The first two courts are public. The third is private. Because the Vaccine Court is hidden out of sight, most people never learn of its existence. Why Hide a Court Unless You Have Something To …
Washington | The FDA announced it gave its approval for the marketing release of their new anesthetic dart guns, specifically designed to calmchildren suffering from ADHD. The new product is capable of putting a child to sleep in less than 4 seconds and reportedly has no serious long-term effects on the health of children. These new tools specifically created to assist parents with children suffering from ADHD, have a practical range of approximately 10 to 12 feet (3 to 4 meters) and their effect is meant to last for a period of 4 to 6 hours per injection. The manufacturer advises, however, not …
Adzenys XR-ODT was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in January as a treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children. Adzenys is a flavored amphetamine extended-release orally disintegrating tablet, designed to be more easily taken by children only once a day (usually in the morning). But at least one psychiatrist is worried that the chewable, candy-like nature of …
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary gave the audience all this great information and hope everyone enjoys.
Standard Treatment for Prostate Cancer May Encourage Spread of Disease
7 foods that your prostate hates
Big belly boosts risk of later dementia
Cancer screening has never saved lives
Costly breast cancer screenings don’t add up to better outcomes
Cancer screening has never saved lives
Thimerosal: A vaccine ingredient’s toxic legacy
The more Vaccines an infant receives in its first year, The higher the mortality rate
Statistically significant correlations between vaccines and vaccines, infant Hospitalizations and deaths
Can Adderall abuse trigger temporary schizophrenia?
What’s in a cough? 20,000 viruses
Gary takes a music break and plays this track – The Doobie Brothers – Long train without love where would you be mow. Gary returns to play videos and then finished the show with a caller talking about Vaccines from Italy back in the 1900s.
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When was the last time you opened your laptop midconversation or brought your desktop computer to the dinner table? Ridiculous, right? But if you are like a large number of Americans, you have done both with your smartphone. Less than a decade after the introduction of the first iPhone, more people reach for their smartphones first thing in the morning than reach …
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