An excerpt from the November 2012 AARP Bulletin stated: About 180,000 Medicare patients die each year from hospital accidents, errors, and infections, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Another 1.4 million are seriously hurt by their hospital care. Isn't it time you checked out Hospital Safety Score for your own protection.
How Dangerous is Your Doctor?
Is this a nutty question? In terms of chronic disease I don’t believe it is. You may agree after reading this essay which reviews just a few of the many highly popular drugs and operations that re known to frequently fail and in some cases be outright dangerous.
Man has been on this earth for at least six million years. His development and perseverance as a species called for his body’s optimal nutritional needs to conform to a very finite way with the available nutrients provided by his naturally prevailing foodstuffs. For maximum survivability there is no way man’s body could have developed (as God would have made him) in a way that his nutrient needs would be more or less than what nature provided free of charge.
If these statements are true, then man’s naturally available foods could only strengthen his body. There is no wy they could cause his body to fail.
The American beef industry is mostly to blame for causing the American beef consumer to stampede at the first hint of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE or Mad Cow Disease). It did it by adamantly and very publicly banning the importation of beef from any country with a reported case of Mad Cow Disease. Then it told the American consumer that these actions were required in order to protect not only the people, because they believe BSE can cause variant Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease (or vCJD) in humans, but also the U.S. cattle herds from exposure to this dreaded brain-wasting, deadl disease.
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