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It is estimated that between 90 million and 133 million Americans are living with at least one chronic disease, such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, or Alzheimer's. Caring for people with chronic illness consumes more than 75 percent of the $2.2 trillion we spend annually on health care.
“The economic downturn doesn’t impact the market for vaccines,” Hassan said. Profit margins in vaccines stay largely intact and are not subject to rebate pressures, since managed care companies don’t typically handle those prescriptions, he said. The professor published a research paper last year that covered the impact on shareholder wealth of more than 400 pharmaceutical mergers and acquisitions worldwide over the 25 years between 1981 and 2004.
* Heart disease
* Cardiovascular Disease
* Cerebrovascular disease
* Kidney disease
* Liver disease
* Alzheimer's Disease
* Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease
* Hereditary Hemochromatosis
* Iron Overload
* Oral Diseases
As an example of the scope of a heavy metal's toxicity, lead can affect the nervous system, gastrointestinal system, cardiovascular system, blood production, kidneys, and reproductive system.
Symptoms of heavy metal toxicity include mental confusion, pain in muscles and joints, headaches, short-term memory loss, gastrointestinal upsets, food intolerances/allergies, vision problems, chronic fatigue, and others. The symptoms are so vague that it is difficult to diagnose based on symptoms alone.
At present, these toxic metals have polluted our atmosphere, our waters, our soil, and food chain
Originally posted by enigmania
reply to post by doctordoom
The answer is pretty simple.
Sick people= lot's of money to be made.
Originally posted by BorgHoffen
Why are so many people sick?
And did you ever notice, the extremely wealthy people.
Never seem to get sick much?And seem to live forever?
I believe there is enough information available to us now that almost all serious illness could be prevented from happening in the first place.