Radio Buzz: TX Judge Under Investigation Following Disturbing Video; Prolonged Sitting May Increase Risk of Cancer

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A Texas Judge is under investigation following the release of a 7 year-old video posted just last week by his daughter to YouTube that shows him savagely beating her with a belt.

What does this mean for his career?

"I think within Texas the statute of limitations has clearly run, the commission on judicial standards needs to take a look at this, do an investigation and see if this judge is fit to continue being a judge. I think for all practical purposes due to public pressure at this point his career is going to be over."

That was Attorney Rick DeToto speaking with Tony at WHAS in Louisville.

As for the daughter, what was her motivation, here?

"I think at this point she's just trying to get back at her dad, and make him lose his job."

We'll definitely be hearing more on this story.

Buzzing right along...

More than 90,000 cancer cases diagnosed each year may be due to physical inactivity and prolonged periods of sitting.

The report presented at the American Institute for Cancer Research.

So, how is being a couch potato making people susceptible to cancers?

"When you sit around for a long time, you're going to develop all this fatty tissue around your stomach, and now we're looking at this fat around the belly, or belly fat, as a real organ. An organ that can secrete all the hormones, it can affect the rate of cancer, it can affect the insulin pathway - it can cause diabetes and heart disease."

That's Dr. David Samadi - of Mount Sinai Medical Center - also speaking to Tony at WHAS.

What's the answer, Doc?

"It takes a few minutes - every hour - to move around the office, get fresh air, and that's what we need to do."

Take a walk! Doctor's orders!

I'm Jessica Curtis, and that's your Talk Radio Buzz from Fox News Radio.