Benjamin Fuchs is a registered pharmacist, nutritionist and cosmetic chemist and has been compounding custom medication, formulating nutritional and skin care products and consulting with doctors and patients since graduating from the University Of Colorado School Of Pharmacy in 1986. Mr. Fuchs is recognized nationally for his work as the on-air pharmacist/nutritionist host of the “The Bright Side” radio program.
In the first half, Ben Fuchs, a registered pharmacist, nutritionist and cosmetic chemist, shared alternative health concepts, and offered tips on supplements and healthy changes to one's diet and lifestyle. In the latter half, the host of Popular Science Radio and automotive aficionado, More »
In the first half, registered pharmacist, and nutritionist Benjamin Fuchs offered suggestions on supplements, and making healthy changes to one's diet. In the latter half, author and paranormal aficionado Jim Harold shared his latest stories from the world of the strange and... More »
In the first half, registered pharmacist and nutritionist Benjamin Fuchs discussed alternatives to prescription drugs, such as foods, nutritional supplements, and physical strategies to better treat diseases and maintain well being.
In the first half of the program, pharmacist and nutritionist Benjamin Fuchs discussed the dangers of prescription drugs and what we can do to avoid becoming another tragic statistic. In the latter half, author and columnist Jerome Corsi provided an update on Iran's... More »
Earthfiles investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe, shared important news about the implications of John Burroughs's full VA medical coverage related to an injury caused by unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) in Rendlesham Forest in 1980, details about the 1947 color slides of purported non-human entities, and an intriguing case... More »
In the first half, pharmacist and nutritionist Benjamin Fuchs addressed such topics as prescription deaths, contradictory health recommendations, the problem with the western medical model, and what's behind chronic diseases.