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We Must Turn Our Fear And Loathing For Addiction Into Compassion

Changing the perception of addicts in the minds of those who are not addicts is probably the only way we will make any progress in the so-called “war on drugs.” Putting people in jail for drug use is no different than putting someone in jail for overeating. Yes, we as […]

Addicted To Opioids Addicted To Love

Since I have been involved in efforts to help people manage pain without the use of drugs or surgeries, I have watched addiction to opioids grow at exponential rates. I always felt there was something stronger, more primal if you will, at the root of addiction other than merely a […]

New Highs In Drug Overdose Deaths Show Fentanyl Mixed With Other Drugs

It’s being considered a new wave in the opioid epidemic: the use of fentanyl mixed with other drugs. No doubt the coronavirus pandemic has driven drug use up, but the overdose death toll is unprecedented. Over 100,000 dead this year alone, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. […]

Taking Care Of Your Body Requires Taking Care Of Your Brain

How often do you actually think about the brain inside your skull on a day-to-day basis? I would wager not often if at all, unless or until something goes wrong. It’s truly amazing how we humans tend to totally forget about how astonishing the brain inside our skulls is. The […]

Cover-Up of Risks Are High In The World Of Published Pharmaceutical Research

Last month I wrote about how the general public blindly trusts medical “research” that is conducted to prove or disprove the safety of drugs. (If you missed it, I’ve provided the link at the end of this article.) Once again, this month, I continue to shed light on the misinformation […]

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It’s Hard To Imagine A World Where Chiropractic Services Don’t Exist

Today chiropractors enjoy the respect and success of a profession that was nearly brought to extinction by a group of people who had taken the Hippocratic Oath to “do no harm” to others. As I continue my overview of the AMA, its history, and how it uses its power to […]

We Tend To Trust Medical Research Without Question And Often At Great Peril

In my ongoing research for educational material to share with my patients, those who follow me on social media and anyone who happens upon my articles and blogs, I recently came across some very interesting information to share with you. I truly hope it gives you pause and makes you […]

What The AMA Endorses People Believe In

As I continue to share information about the American Medical Association (AMA) as reported in a very lengthy and thorough article on MotherJones.com, I want to reiterate that what most people think of as an institution concerned with the well-being of the American public could not be further from the […]

The AMA Hiding Behind The Smoke

This month, as I continue to reveal the darker side of the AMA, I’m going to travel back in history to show how intimately involved they were with the tobacco industry. So keep in mind the recently revealed cozy relationship with the pharmaceutical industry (see last month’s blog The American […]