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January 7, 2020  
Bayer-Monsanto's covert operations to protect its products and silence opposition
Carey Gillam is an environmental and agricultural journalist and investigative reporter who has been traveling around the nation for years to observe and report on the state of America's food system, farming and meeting with US regulators, lawmakers, scientists and corporate officials. She is the Research Director of US Right to Know, a non profit consumer organization devoted to exposing the truth about industrial agriculture, the threats of pesticides and GMOs and exposing Big Agriculture's corruption. Earlier, Carey was a Reuters journalist for 17 years. She has been invited by the European Parliament to address a council about Monsanto and Roundup when the EU deliberated on whether or not to ban Monsanto's glyphosate herbicide. Carey's important book "Whitewash: The Story of a Weedkiller, Cancer and the Corruption of Science" has recently been released in paperback. The book received the Rachel Carson Environmental Book Award and exposes the role of corporate influence over American agriculture, federal officials and politicians. Her website is
January 6, 2020  

The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment. Researchers find that an olive oil and veggie combo could explain the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet, Flavonols in grape seeds protect against obesity-related inflammation – study, The pursuit of happiness can end up leading to depression—if you're from the UK or USA, Unhealthful diet linked with vision loss later in life, Vinpocetine inhibits attenuates ovariectomy-induced bone loss, Could hydration levels influence cognitive function?, Edible seaweed is packed with iodine for improved thyroid health, Could eating white bread every day ruin your sleep? Carnosic acid attenuates cadmium-induced kidney toxicity by inhibiting oxidative stress and other mechanisms. 

January 3, 2020  

The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment.

Dark Chocolate for Depression

Experiments show altruistic behaviors reduce pain

How diet affects mental health -- what's the evidence?

Study suggests an increase in DHA omega-3 intake can help lower the risk of aortic calcification among men

January 2, 2020  

Gerald Celente is one of today’s pioneers in trend strategy and identifying the developments of change occurring in our world. He founded the Trends Research Institute in Kingston NY and is the publisher of the Trends Journal that has been in publication since 1980. Gerald has since become one of the nation’s most sought after diagnosticians and forecasters.   He is also the host of the weekly show "Trends This Week," heard every Wednesday at 11 am Eastern Time on the Progressive Radio Network. More information can be found on the Institute's website

January 1, 2020  

The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment.

How Have You Improved Yourself In The Last 12 Months? 
December 31, 2019  

The Illegitimacy of Quackwatch's Health Bias 


Richard Gale and Gary Null PhD

Progressive Radio Network, December 31, 2019


To the average person who is seeking high quality and reliable peer-reviewed research on any given medical topic, a Google search takes you more often than not immediately to Wikipedia. However, if the information you seek concerns non-conventional medical practices that fall under the category of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, or traditional healing systems, such as Chiropractic, naturopathy, nutritional therapy, homeopathy, acupuncture, traditional Chinese and Indian Ayurveda medicine, massage therapy, etc, then you will fall into deep doubt regarding their efficacy. Wikipedia's senior and administrative editors hold the unequivocal opinion that all of these medical modalities are pseudoscience and quackery. They have no merit . Nor do those who practice and advocate for them, who are privately characterized as "lunatic charlatans."


What authority do Wikipedia's Skeptic editors have to make these claims and condemn entire fields of medicine that are now increasing and gaining popularity?  One name and organization stands out on Wikipedia's alternative health pages: Stephen Barrett and his organization Quackwatch. For the past four decades, Barrett and his Skeptic colleagues have waged an endless crusade to discourage people from even considering the legitimacy of these natural therapies. Clearly, if you take a moment to read Quackwatch articles, you will immediately discover extreme bias. In addition, Barrett and his network rely upon very limited and outdated research to make wide sweeping generalizations that are pointedly scientifically unsound and often absurd.

December 30, 2019  

The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment. Tropical “Soursop” plant found to kill cancer cells, reduce inflammation and fight infections, Diet has rapid effects on sperm quality, High antioxidant fruits top list for lung protection, Does intermittent fasting live up to the hype?, Green tea compound shows promise against TB, Acupuncture isn’t just for pain: It helps you sleep better, studies show, Analysis Supports Acupuncture for Cancer Pain.

December 27, 2019  

The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment. Hunter Biden is facing new accusations of money laundering from Ukraine in the ongoing court case against an alleged mother of his child. One America's Kristian Rouz looks into the matter. 

December 26, 2019  

The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment. Intermittent fasting: live 'fast,' live longer? Researchers look at the impact of medical foods in Alzheimer’s patients, Antioxidant supplementation associated with tinnitus symptom improvement, Study: A Diet High In Animal Protein Associated With A 75 Percent Increased Risk Of Early Death, 'Shopping addiction' can cause harm, and it's moved online, Intake of vitamin D and calcium, sun exposure, and risk of breast cancer, Supplement Recently Discovered To Help PTSD Better Than SSRIs. 

December 25, 2019  


The Gary Null Show is here to inform you on the best news in health, healing, the environment.

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