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The Gary Null Show – 07.05.16

On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discussed many topics from around the world and gave people a lot to think about and hopefully help change what is happening. He started with health news and took calls as well. Listen and then read and go help.

GI tract bacteria helps decrease stroke

Men who eat soy may have lower lung cancer risk

Chaga mushroom and cancer

Common antibiotics found to cause delirium and other brain disorders

Gary takes a quick music break and plays: Gladys Knight – I’ve Got To Use My Imagination

Over 5,300 U.S. Water Systems are in Violation of the Law — Poisoning Millions
Obama administration approved Gulf fracking during Deepwater Horizon disaster

America’s suicide epidemic is a national security crisis

World’s low-cost economy built on the backs of 46 million modern day slaves

Imperialism Obama style: 800 military bases around the world

New study quantifies U.S. fascism — Nearly half of all retired Congress members become lobbyists

Look at the lobbyists Clinton and Wasserman Schultz Picked to write the Democratic party’s platform

Haiti: Where the earthquake money did and did not go

The Rise of the Illegitimate Authority of Transnational Corporations

Video: We Are America ft. John Cena

Gary ends the shows with some listeners calling in.

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Children exposed to insecticide are almost 50% more likely to get childhood cancer

Children exposed to insecticide and pesticides can be as much as 50 percent more at risk for cancer than other children, studies indicate. Data from 16 past studies comparing the link between pesticide exposure and the development of childhood cancer showed that kids exposed to insecticides or pesticides indoors were 43 percent more likely to have lymphoma and 47 percent more likely to have …

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When memory loss should concern you

Although there is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s Disease, Dr. Patrick Coll of UConn’s Center on Aging recommends early screening for those with memory loss, to diagnose whether it is caused by dementia and try to slow its progression. UConn Health’s Memory Assessment Program, part of the Center on Aging, screens patients for dementia, a set of cognitive brain diseases …

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‘Super-agers’ study may reveal secrets to staying young

Mary Helen Abbott, 77, paints her lips bright pink, still smokes the occasional cigarette, keeps up on all the gossip at the retirement home and wears a short skirt to fitness class. She giggles as the aerobics instructor shouts—”Swagger! Like you are going to meet someone famous!”—then she and a dozen seniors throw shoulders back, lift their knees high and …