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When a medical doctor prescribes drugs for symptoms, those warning signs may “go away” for a short while, but the root of the problem always festers. That’s because nearly all medications are chemically concocted in a laboratory and then “assigned” to bad health symptoms, and are doing nothing more than sweeping the “dust” and “germs” of serious problems “under the rug.”
(Natural News) If you’ve been feeling apathetic lately, it might not just be you — it might be your pain medication. Past research has shown that taking over-the-counter pain relievers like Tylenol can dull your ability to feel empathy for others’ pain. Now, a stunning second study confirms that common drugs like Tylenol are indeed altering your brain and killing your ability to feel empathy for others. The researchers even dub acetaminophen (the generic name for Tylenol) as a “social analgesic.”
(NaturalHealth365) Conventionally speaking, the migraine headache is still a ‘mystery’ in many ways. Doctors will tell you that the exact cause is largely unknown, and migraine pain can be difficult to treat and prevent with pharmaceutical interventions. However, a2018 studyhas found the supplement coenzyme Q10, in short CoQ10, can significantly reduce the severity, frequency and duration of migraine headaches
December 10th, 2017 By Marco Torres Guest writer for Wake Up World Opioid painkiller prescriptions have jumped 300 percent in the last decade, and they are now the most commonly prescribed drugs on the market. They are also the most dangerous and addictive drugs on the market, and often lose effectiveness with long-term use. Now…Read more
Many people often picture drug dealers as these scary individuals selling pills on street corners, but when it comes to the opioid epidemic, these drug pushers don’t exactly fit the stereotype. The true “drug dealers” largely responsible for America’s opioid epidemic aren’t thugs, they’re doctors and members of the U.S. government.
As former DEA agent Joe Rannazzisi put it, “They weren’t slinging crack on the corner… These were professionals who were doing it. They were just drug dealers in lab coats.”…….