What is Good Medicine?
Coming from a medical background. I found out very early in my career why they call it a medical practice. Simply because that’s what they are doing. It’s true that some have a genuine concern for the well fair and health of other people. But the fact remains, it’s still a practice. It was disappointing to myself that all we ever do/did in Good Medicine is to treat a condition of a disease in the human homeostasis with mostly drugs or surgery. Most of the time a treatment causes more conditions that have to be treated and the cycle begins. Curing is out of the question as the medical community would lose a client.
We have a multitude of different kinds of equipment for the diagnosis of a condition. Which they label diseases. But I can’t think of one that actually cures. Can you? Come to think of it what was the last so-called disease that humanity has cured? One might think Polio. Good guess, but that’s making its way back in to the human condition. And unfortunately this new strain can not be treated with the old cure. Really, Polio was supposed to have been cured and wiped off the face of this earth back in the fifties. And would have been but our governments decided to keep it alive in their labs. Just encase we needed it for war.
Since than not one dis-ease shall we say, has been cured. There appears to be a big problem here. With all of our medical advancements in the last sixty years we haven’t been able to cure one thing. One might ask Why? Well the simple truth is they won’t. It’s bad for business. Plus, since that time there is the explosion of new diseases that there again need treatments. Getting the picture about Good Medicine? We could ask why the explosion of disease and this would lead one to believe it’s our environment. This makes sense and yet not one cure with our Good Medicine.
Health care, the sickness business. What does this really mean? One would assume it means they want you be healthy. Well, you know what happens when you ass-u-me. Does it mean they care for your health. Maybe. If you are healthy you won’t need them to care. If your unhealthy, now they can care! Health care is big business. When we take the examples of big business now days what do we see. They only care about staying in business, right? The bottom line is what allows them to do so. As we are seeing they will do everything and anything they can to remain in business. Most of the time it’s at our expense. Really it’s all the time. Which means to me that making you unhealthy is in their best interest. At the very least making you believe you are unhealthy means they have a customer. Plus, they also what you to believe they have the cure, when all they do is treat, coverup, or mask the original complaint and cause more problems. So again, they have the cure for that too, thus keeping them in business. While you suffer and your bank account is drained.
The Hippocratic Oath is an Oath taken by healthcare professionals swearing to practice a behavior of Good Medicine. The name of the Oath gives it away for me. Hippocratic is so close to Hypocrite that at one point in linguistics it could have been derived from the same word. This may or may not be true but I think you know what I mean. They offer health and then create an unhealthy condition in their attempt to create health. How? Well most of the doctors now days are just diagnostician meaning all they do is diagnose. Offer a drug treatment. Of course the drug companies have the drugs that treat those diagnosis. Wow, this great for both business wouldn’t you say? It takes years of research to make a drug to treat a condition. How is it that they seem to do it over night? I know their psychic. Create a condition you already have a drug for, Just ask your doctor. One hand washing the other. It’s a fact that most medical schools are supported by the big pharmaceutical companies through grants, scholarships, and loan programs. But there’s no conflict of interests here. Yea right!
Good Medicine that’s not so Good
U.S. ranks first in healthcare spending but last in life expectancy
Monday, February 18, 2013 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
(NaturalNews) If you think pharmaceutical drugs, vaccines, and various other instruments of modern Western medicine are responsible for improving quality of life and increasing the average lifespan in America, think again. A report recently issued by the National Research Council (NRC) and the Institute of Medicine (IOM) reveals that the U.S. spends up to 250 percent more on healthcare than most other developed nations, and yet has the lowest life expectancy rate among all these same nations.
Entitled U.S. Health in International Perspectives: Shorter Lives, Poorer Health, the report compares the latest available data on mortality and health outcomes in the United States with that of 16 other so-called “peer” nations, including Japan, Switzerland, Australia, and Canada. Each of these other countries is considered to be roughly on par with the U.S. in terms of income and government structure, and each represents an important cross-section of the collective welfare of the developed world.
Based on the figures, the U.S. far outspends all other developed nations on healthcare expenditures, ranking in at a whopping $8,233 annually per person, on average. The only nation that even comes close to this figure is Norway, which spends roughly $5,388 annually per person on medical expenditures, or roughly 65 percent of what the U.S. spends. Iceland, whose economy recently made a huge comeback after its citizens forcibly dismantled the nation’s corrupt central bank, only spends about $3,309 annually per person.
With all this extra money being spent on healthcare, it might be assumed that Americans are extremely healthy, and are living far longer than people from other countries. But this assumption could not be further from the truth. According to the data, the U.S. ranks last among its developed peers in terms of average lifespan, with women bearing the brunt of this disparity — and according to the experts, life expectancy in America is only continuing to decrease.
“For many years, Americans have had a shorter life expectancy than people in almost all of the peer countries,” explains a recently-published study entitled The Panel on Understanding Cross-National Health Differences Among High-Income Countries. “[A]s of 2007, U.S. males lived 3.7 fewer years than Swiss males and U.S. females lived 5.2 fewer years than Japanese females.”
Sick-care industry, GMOs to blame for poor health, early mortality
If America is spending tens of billions of dollars every year on healthcare, why are Americans sicker and dying earlier than people from other countries? Though neither of the two studies directly addresses this important question, there are several logical answers that cannot go unaddressed, the first being the fact that American healthcare is driven primarily by profits rather than outcomes.
A second glaring factor that mainstream medicine continues to ignore is the prevalence of genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) in the American food supply, which appears to be a primary cause of increased disease rates and early mortality. Virtually all of the other developed nations included in the research, after all, with the exception of Canada, either have mandatory GMO labeling laws on the books, or have instituted outright bans on GMOs.
“One of the problems clearly identified in this study is that more Americans die from drugs, including (and especially) prescription drugs, than all the other countries in this study,” adds Health Impact News (HIN) about another cause of early death in America. “The medical system is by far the leading cause of death in the United States today, killing more people than heart disease or cancer.” Good Medicine?
Thanks Again Natualnews Team
Where’s all the Good Medicine?
We Doowans aren’t saying that all doctors are bad medicine. There are good-hearted doctors in the medical community that practice homeopathic Good Medicine. The human body is always working towards homeostasis. There’s that word again. But for various reasons never arrives at this state. If one should have one of these Homeopathic doctors, hang on to them for your dear life as they are Good Medicine for you. Really, they are true doctors in a corrupt big business. Hold them close to your heart, they are a gift to humanity. They practice Good Medicine.
Homeostasis may never be achieved. Because of what we eat, breath, drink, and live around must have something to do with this explosion of these disease conditions. So yes, our environment has everything to do with it. It appears big business knows this and thus creates an environment where our health is declining as our costs go up. It’s just good business to practice bad medicine. We have stated in other blogs about GMOZ, Vaccines, and the drugging of our children drugs created by big business that create diseased conditions. The proof is in the independent studies. Of course big business denies this. As has been seen with our Pepsi the New Generation blog. They will lie and deny until caught and then apologize. They know they will never be held accountable. That’s why I became so angry in that blog and said some bad words. Even the organizations that exposed their lies and fought for the people. Changed their tune and honored them. They should have been held accountable by these organizations and We the People. So then Pepsi found some other way to continue with their agenda. I guess cannibalism is excepted, that’s good medicine. But that was then, this is now.
So what this boils down to is that one must assume responsibility for their own health and well-being. Stay away from Good Medicine for as long as one can. That’s the best medicine, we Doowans have found. Quit believing the propaganda, dogma and rhetoric of these big business Hypocrites that are only looking out for themselves. What have you got to lose. Well to put it bluntly! Your life. Their working on that already! And now you know why they call it a practice!
Amish children are remarkably immune to allergies, says expert
Monday, February 18, 2013 by: Michael Ravensthorpe
(NaturalNews) The Amish, it seems, place themselves at risk every day of their lives. They refuse to vaccinate their children, exposing themselves to disease. They drink raw cow’s milk, exposing themselves to salmonella. They even – and this is really disturbing – favor natural food, exposing themselves to tomatoes that contain cracks. Given these eccentric practices, isn’t it inevitable that their communities become breeding grounds for allergies and asthma? Not according to Dr. Mark Holbreich, an allergist who has been treating Amish families in Indiana for over 20 years.
Holbreich was inspired to investigate the allergy rates among Amish children when he began researching the so-called ‘farm effect’ (the notion that children raised on farms demonstrate lower allergy and asthma rates than their urban counterparts) in central Europe. Keen to investigate whether the farm effect also manifested itself in the United States, Holbreich assembled a team of German researchers to compare farming and non-farming children in Switzerland with Amish children of Swiss descent in Indiana.
Altogether, Holbreich’s team assessed the health of 157 Amish children, approximately 3,000 Swiss farming children, and almost 11,000 Swiss non-farming children between the ages of six and 12.
Holbreich found that a mere five percent of the Amish children were diagnosed with asthma, versus 6.8 percent of the Swiss farming children and 11.2 percent of the Swiss non-farming children. Moreover, only seven percent of the Amish children tested positive for predispositions towards allergies, versus 25 percent of the Swiss farming children and a whopping 44 percent of the Swiss non-farming children.
While Holbreich did not investigate why children raised on farms were healthier than non-farming children, he has his suspicions:
“This [study] would suggest that if you have early life exposure [to allergens], then somehow it drives the immune system away from developing allergies,” said Holbreich. “Large animals are part of it, and the straw bedding animals sleep on. [Also] what [the Amish children] eat and the fact that their mothers are in the barn when they are pregnant.”
Holbreich’s study was published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
Natural lifestyle, natural health
Holbreich’s study provides an interesting but somewhat predictable conclusion. The Amish lifestyle, while imperfect, does offer children one significant benefit that is denied to most non-Amish children: It forces them to live in the real world. From a very young age, Amish children are taught essential life skills such as gardening and farming, sewing and knitting, making natural remedies, carpentry, and construction. These skills, aside from ensuring their continued self-reliance and independence from the state, fosters an environment that is conducive to superior health. The children are physically active, routinely exposed to dirt and grime, hardened by the elements, and shielded from all opathic poisons. These facts, coupled with their avoidance of vaccinations, explain why the Amish are putting many of us to shame in the health department.
Sources for this article include: http://www.reuters.com, http://abcnews.go.com, http://www.naturalnews.com/027930_Amish_health.html
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