Tag Archives: health care policy

PERCEPTION vs REALITY

SUMMARY: The consumer has been lead down a path of deception using ILLUSIONS to financially support a medical model of health. By blending truth and fear the health care system has forced the consumer to¬† “surrender” to an archaic model designed to grow a pharmaceutical industry and its “accomplices,” the medical institutions. The following article […]

80,000 Chemicals

This is an approximation of the number of approved chemicals authorized for use and distribution throughout the world. Can you guess how many of the tested chemicals were determined unsafe for human exposure by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA?) 9 . 5 of these chemicals were banned prior to the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) […]

SHOULD WE CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THE HERD?

CLAIM #1: VACCINES ARE SAFE SOURCE: Health Resources and Services Administration The U.S. government has paid out $3 billion to vaccine-injured families. In all, according to official federal government figures, taxpayers are on the hook for more than $3.3 billion in compensation costs, as noted by the Health Resources and Services Administration, which tracks payouts […]

Correlation vs. Causation In Health And Disease

When we discuss various topics in health, we typically interchange the words correlation and causation. We look for common patterns and tend to conclude causation. This approach simplifies the process for discovery, but inadvertently reaches unfounded and inaccurate conclusions in many cases. When seeking “today’s truth,” we must pursue realities that reach beyond the boundaries […]

“UNDERSTANDING THE NEW PATIENT MODEL”

How often do people express feeling “stressed” to their doctors? This emotion can: Interfere with sleep Interfere with appetite Interfere with emotions Interfere with energy levels Interfere with blood pressure elevating it Interfere with metabolic function Interfere with immune function AND MANY OTHER HEALTH AND WELLNESS FACTORS IN LIFE! How would the traditional medical approach […]

CHILDHOOD OBESITY: Still Missing The Boat

As the race for our next President continues, topics of “substantive issues” remain the same topics discussed over the last 40 years. Health insurance, social security, education, budget balancing, military size, etc… continue to be the main topics with leaders claiming to know the best path to accomplishing successful outcomes. The electorate has become disenchanted […]

Changing A False HEALTH Reality

Whether it’s naivety, trust in authority or lack of concern we have blindly followed our government and our health care institutional policies. We read and listen to these policies without ever really processing the content. If it doesn’t “appear” to affect our lifestyle, we nod our heads in acceptance without clearly comprehending what we’re nodding […]