It is important we are always learning and always keeping our minds keen and inquisitive. There are some evil efforts among us to dumb us down, to keep us complacent, and to make sure we cease to question authority and just place our blind belief in certain people to lead us.
On February 17, 2012 I wrote an article — When Doctors Fire Patients — that dealt with, among other things, the anti-vaccination efforts of some people — led by debunked semi-celebrity Jenny McCarthy — who believe childhood immunizations cause Autism even though there is, and has never been, any empirical medical proof for that claim. When pressed for scientific evidence, the anti-vaccine believers simply talk about “mother’s intuition” and other nonsense that not only puts their non-immunized children at risk for disease, but the rest of society at risk as well as these unprotected children become certain carriers of diseases that should have been eradicated from the face of the earth.
Heart disease and strokes have been rare throughout human history. Why, then, do so many of us today die from heart-related illnesses? The University of Southern California set out to answer that question and they found an answer in the Tsimane tribe of the Amazon.
Can avoiding Alzheimer’s disease be as simple as brushing your teeth and flossing every day?
Imagine if you could heal your own ills by growing your own stem cells.
“Nosocomial” means “hospital acquired” and few people believe you can get infected by bacteria lurking in a hospital. We are often of the notion that hospitals and medical offices are always sanitary and cleaned every day. Sometimes, though, other patients can infect us with their ills when we visit our doctors. When your hospital makes you sicker, you have a nosocomial infection.
As medicine advances to not only heal humans, but the pet population as well, we should begin to wonder what makes a family and how we want our federal government to respond to the needs and wishes of everything that makes up the “family unit.”