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The Gary Null Show – 04.20.16

On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary discussed these topics and had on special guest, Joseph Mangano. Click on the links to learn more about what Gary discussed and expand your brain.
Fast food may expose consumers to harmful chemicals called phthalates

Transfer of gut bacteria affects brain function, nerve fiber insulation

Can positive memories help treat mental health problems?

Fatty diets lead to daytime sleepiness, poor sleep

Sugar cravings can be treated — because sugar addiction is like any other drug addiction

Mushroom nutrition benefits: cancer fighters and cell renewers

Gary takes a quick music break and plays this great song: Jerry Butler – Only The Strong Survive

Obama went from condemning Saudis for abuses to arming them to the teeth

Saudi blockade threatens famine in Yemen

Tomgram: Engelhardt, Roads to nowhere, ghost soldiers, and a $43 million gas station in Afghanistan

Gary introduces his guest, Joseph Mangano. Here is his bio and some links to learn more about him and his organzation:

Joseph Mangano is the Executive Director of the Radiation and Public Health Project – a nonprofit organization founded by scientists and physicians to understand the relationships between low level nuclear radiation and public health and the risks of diseases such as cancer and damage to newborns. Joe has published numerous articles and letters in medical and other journals in addition to books, including Low Level Radiation and Immune System Disorders: An Atomic Era Legacy. There he examines the connection between radiation exposure and current widespread health problems. His website is Radiation.org

Gary added these facts about Fukushima while taking with Joseph Mangano: The Slow Bleed: Fukushima Five Years On

Lastly this video to end the show: Antidepressants found to be no more effective than a placebo pill

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The Gary Null Show – 04.13.16

On “The Gary Null Show” here are the topics he discussed and the links to help you learn more.

Maple syrup protects neurons and nurtures young minds

If you eat fast food you’re getting a generous helping of toxic chemicals

New autism research: a nutrient called carnitine might counteract gene mutations linked with ASD risks

Black currant has high variability in flavonoid contents and composition

Fraud exposed: Hazardous chemicals and mislabeling rampant in olive oil industry

Ginkgo biloba indicating that it may have therapeutic value in the treatment of dementia, tinnitus, and cognitive decline and dysfunction

Video: Alan Watts – You’re it – Speech extract from “Zen Bones and Tales

Truth in Media: The Origin of ISIS

Crimes against humanity in Yemen: U.S. and Saudis causing hundreds of thousands of children to starve to death

New Report Details Big Oil’s $500 Million Annual Climate Obstructionism

The Violence of Police Politics

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The Gary Null Show – 03.28.16

Gary gives you the latest in Health and Nutrition including Halt sugar-induced cell aging, Green tea Can help prevent weight gain, Vitamin B6 & B12 help people over 50 years old with depression and moving on, egg consumption and how much you should have and lastly the duel plants to help you lose weight. After a quick music break, Gary talks about Saudi Arabia killing Yemen people at an alarming rate, how many people have died because of the war in the Middle East and we have to change things now. Gary then plays a great You Tube video clip about the biggest Indian massacre in the United States. Check in the link to watch the You Tube video.

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Simon Tisdall – Saudi Arabia campaign leaves 80% of Yemen population needing aid

It is difficult to view Saudi Arabia’s relentless war of attrition in Yemen as anything other than a destructive failure. The military intervention that began one year ago has killed an estimated 6,400 people, half of them civilians, injured 30,000 more and displaced 2.5 million, according to the UN. Eighty per cent of the population, about 20 million people, are now …

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Vijay Prashad – There’s a Major Unfolding Humanitarian Tragedy in Yemen

In a month, the Saudi-led bombing of Yemen will be a year old. Strategic gains have been few. The fractured chessboard of Yemeni politics is as complex today as it was on the day the Saudis began to bomb – 26 March 2015. Why did the Saudis and their allies start to bomb Yemen? There was no clear casus belli. …

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Daniel Lazare – Will Reckless Saudis Seek War with Iran?

Now that Saudi Arabia has severed diplomatic ties with Iran and reportedly bombed Iran’s embassy in Yemen, the big question is whether the Saudis are desperate and unhinged enough to launch an attack across the Persian Gulf. While Saudi leaders insist they have no such intent, there are mounting pressures pushing them in that direction. The ruling family is under unprecedented strain. Its …

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Deaths Reported as MSF-Linked Hospital Bombed in Yemen

A Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)-supported hospital in northern Yemen was bombed Sunday morning, killing at least four people and wounding eleven—marking the third attack in as many months against a facility associated with the medical charity. MSF said in a statement that it “cannot confirm the origin of the attack” on the Shiara Hospital, which is located in …

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Robert Parry – How Obama Enables Atrocities

As the New Year dawns, the neocons and their liberal interventionist sidekicks remain firmly in control of Official Washington’s storylines – on Syria, Russia and elsewhere – even as their policies continue to wreak havoc across the Mideast and threaten the stability of Europe and indeed the future of civilization. The latest proof of this dangerous reality came when Saudi …

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The Illusion of Western News

Multi-million-dollar advertising money has long been suspected as an unspoken filter for Western news media coverage. If the news conflicts with advertising interests then it is simply dropped. Western complicity in Yemen’s conflict is a case study. Add to that the celebrity sheen of Hollywood stars Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman. What we then have is an illustration of how ugly realities of killing and …

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Russell Webster – The US’ Language of Terror and a History of Preemptive Aggression

Following the recent horrific and brutal San Bernardino slaying, President Obama took to the Oval Office and reminded Americans, “our nation has been at war with terrorists since al Qaeda killed nearly 3,000 Americans on 9/11.” He also reminded us “we have no evidence that the killers were directed by a terrorist organization overseas, or that they were part of …