Robert DeNiro Debates Autism’s Link To Vaccines on Today Show

In this interview on the Today Show, actor Robert De Niro comments on the decision to pull the anti-vaccination film “Vaxxed” from the Tribeca Film Festival. De Niro, who as an autistic son says there are a lot of things happening with the CDC and pharmaceutical companies. He tells the Today show hosts that they, the media should be doing their jobs and investigate these vaccines.

De Niro says that no one is looking into why children are getting autism. He is upset and somewhat regrets pulling the film. Apparently other film makers had said they would pull their films if Vaxxed was allowed to be shown. He says, “I think the movie is something that people should see,” and he questions statistics on vaccine-preventable diseases.

Howard Stern and Jerry Seinfeld Discuss Transcendental Meditation

Howard Stern and Jerry Seinfeld talk about their great experiences with Transcendental Meditation and how it has transformed their lives.

Transcendental Meditation (TM) refers to a specific form of mantra meditation called the Transcendental Meditation technique, and less commonly to the organizations that constitute the Transcendental Meditation movement.

Crazy Russian Doctor Kills Patient with One Punch

This crazy Russian doctor kills patient with one punch after he allegedly touched a nurse. He was immediately fired from the hospital and is currently under investigation for murder. He only faces two years for the crime and is free man walking the streets.

The patient’s name is Yevgeniy Bakhtin, 56, who had allegedly been aggressive towards a nurse during a stomach examination December 29, 2015.

The Myth of “Normal” By Dr. Gabor Maté

Renowned speaker and author, Dr. Gabor Maté on the Myth of “Normal” in Psychological Disorders. He explains how mental distress and pathology exists in a continuum and are largely a result of a materialist culture that rigidly “idealize individuality and ignores emotional needs,” prioritizing objects over people and well being.