|Posted on Saturday, June 14, 2008 - 3:53 am: || |
|Posted on Thursday, June 19, 2008 - 1:12 pm: || |
Excellent! 96% of all doctors admit to taking gifts from drug companies trying to get them to push their new "wares". To me, it's criminal. Many doctors will prescribe these new "cure the latest MSG caused epidemic" drugs, whenever a patient asks for them. These drugs cause more problems than they fix. Side effects can be terrible. Many people who finally find us here have been through the mill, trying one drug after another. The anti-depression drugs really mess with brain chemistry.
|Posted on Thursday, June 19, 2008 - 1:13 pm: || |
I read about this recently in the latest Reader's Digest.
|Posted on Friday, June 20, 2008 - 6:13 am: || |
That article was really frustrating. One "anonymous" physician complained that "the most unsettling thing for a doctor is when a patient doesn't trust them." The other doctors' comments all gave me additional reasons to dislike or distrust the medical profession.
Why should I trust a doctor when I have gone to him, listed my symptoms, gone through a course of treatment that did nothing to alleviate them, and when I go back he tells me there's nothing wrong with me? I refuse to believe that "normal" people feel this tired all the time, and experience headaches daily between one and five o'clock.
But I'm sure it's all in my head. 9_9
|Posted on Friday, June 20, 2008 - 6:41 am: || |
Do Pharmaceuticals Make You Healthy? Health Ranger Announces $10,000 Health Challenge to Big Pharma
by Mike Adams
On behalf of the natural health community and all the free citizens of our world who have had their health freedoms stolen from them by a corrupt, dishonest and utterly criminal pharmaceutical industry, I hereby challenge the drug companies to produce a single medicated person who can beat me in a contest of strength, endurance, flexibility, coordination and adaptability.
I'm offering $10,000 to any drug company that can produce a single person taking eight "health enhancing" pharmaceuticals (see below) who can beat me in the competition described here. If they beat me, I write them a $10,000 check out of my own personal bank account. On the other hand, if I win, they have to donate $10,000 to the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center, where I will direct the funds to be spent on providing nutritional supplements for low-income expectant mothers.
$10,000 is not enough money to interest Big Pharma. And they have no interest in proving something that is generally believed. Maybe $10 billion would interest them.