Category Archives for "Medical Care"

Depression Linked to Chronic Low Back Pain in Older Adults

There is increasing evidence that supports an association between depression and back pain. A recent study published in Spine, February 2018, found that involved surveys and examinations of over 7,500 Korean adults found that individuals with back pain are almost five-times more likely to have depression. The findings suggest that clinicians should screen low back […]

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Survey Ranks the U.S. Health Care System Lowest in Performance | Time

I am not proud of this!! Think of this chant..WE’RE NUMBER LAST…WE’RE NUMBER LAST!! Yep..not cool at all. Pretty obvious with Big Pharma and the Allopaths dumping drugs into the citizens and FAILING at their health improvements it is probably time to change that model. You live your life through your NERVE SYSTEM, every human […]

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America’s Love Affair With Prescription Medication – Consumer Reports

Doing some research and found this: Most Americans start their day with a hot shower, a cup of coffee—and a handful of pills. More than half now regularly take 4 prescription medication—four, on average— Many in that group also take over-the-counter drugs as well as vitamins and other dietary supplements. It turns out Americans take […]

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What if drug side-effects were provided like this?

You have to wonder how many of us would resort to taking medications if they were advertised like this!  No one wants the “side” effects.  Who wants flatulence because they are taking a drug to combat…fill in the blank?  In fact, who wakes in the morning saying they want to try a new drug on […]

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Ibuprofen Safety Issues

In the March 15th 2017 article in Time Magazine titled Common Pain Meds are Linked to a Higher Risk of Heart Problems, the author speaks of a new study published in the European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy that looked at the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs NSAIDs. It was found that 3376 people who […]

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