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    Health Care – Part 1 – Where to Now?

    I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the way that we think about health care in the US. Myths, legends, old wives tales, rumors, legends. Basically, I’m wondering what “belief” we have about our medical system and what might be 25 year old beginning to think about it. After all, she embarks on a journey into the ironical world of health care minutes. I didn’t know that Dr.Ainto bring a casein-free pet to the office.

    Guess what? It’s YOUR turn!

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    Modern Medicine folk will tell you that antibiotics are among the great successes, public health in the US has boomed largely because of them. e book 2 chapters 13 of M.oma heroin, MD and A.O. Smiley book “Rubber Surgery”.

    Did you know that antibiotics have virtually nothing to do with controlling bacterial infections? The primary beneficiaries of antibiotics are the pharmaceutical industry and pharmacy owners. Antibiotics are used for viral and also fungal infections. It is a massive amount of money that can’t be traced back to its intended use.

    The truth about antibiotics is that many people in the USA are taking so many different antibiotics that some of them are becoming immune or resistant to them. This is becoming a major problem. It means that illnesses such as pneumonia, septicaemia and the common cold are becoming more common. This is part of the war on germs. It seems that every year pharmaceutical companies spend billions on getting better antibiotics for bacteria. But obviously, those companies are interested in riding the antibiotic band wagon at this point, because if the antibiotic people become more plentiful, those people will probably need less and less of the drugs produced by their pharmaceutical corporations.

    But one wonders why it is that we are having such a problem today, and it has nothing to do with germs. It’s because people are treating their illnesses so differently. Back in the 1800s people would wash their hands before they ate. Some families lived in clinics during the daytime to treat their flu symptoms during theaundry. It was common for people to go on a diet after they recovered from a bout of the flu.

    Other people shunned the advice of doctors and took vitamin therapy to reduce their symptoms. Some still take supplements.

    All of that is long gone now. There is daily increasing evidence that the drugs we are prescribed need to be adjusted or adjusted again. Many people are having trouble staying healthy. Why? Because they are taking so many different drugs that they are having trouble treating their symptoms.

    Pharmaceuticals companies don’t want you to think that there is a problem, so they create fake symptoms and hope that you will buy their products. After all, if you think there is a problem, you are more likely to check for relief. So who do you think is responsible for misleading you? Remember that any drug manufacturer has a vested interest in your health. The more you doubt that there is a problem, the more he or she will try and convince you that there is no problem.

    Have you ever wondered why many people suddenly become ill? Think about it. If drug companies were responsible for your sickness, wouldn’t you think it would be all over in a few days? Yet it doesn’t work like that.

    So what IS the problem that no one is talking about? The problem is that doctors and pharmaceutical companies are misleading you. They are not telling you the truth about what is causing your health problem. They are not telling you that there is a cure. Nor do they tell you that it is safe to use drugs on your joints and other parts of your body.

    Drugs are not the solution to your health problem. Once you know what the real problem is, and then you can find a solution, you will be able to get rid of your health problem once and for all.

    So how can you know if your illness has a drug or a cause?

    There are symptoms to look for that are a tick in the can. Here are some of them.

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