Monthly Archives: January 2013

Modern Medicine Dismisses Skill

Well at least health skills in patients. Health behaviors are requested from patients, but only unskilled ones! For instance, in asthma and obstructive pulmonary disease, no breathing skill is taught or even considered. In diabetes, eating (more than just avoiding … Continue reading

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The Most Important Difference

The most important difference in growth is between almost nothing happening and actually nothing happening. Think of a child at 8 or 9 years of age. Nothing seems different than the day before but the child is growing rapidly and … Continue reading

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Why Allopaths Do Not Trust Their Patients

In a previous post, I explained why I believe that most allopaths treat the mind not the body. I recently heard Dr Majid Ali reiterate that the mind is the only part of the human that lies. The body does … Continue reading

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How Authority Trumps Evidence in Healthcare

I do not know if this is true in other practical applications of science, but in health care, authority picks and chooses the evidence it endorses. “Evidence-based medicine” exists partially of course, when the evidence points to what is consistent … Continue reading

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