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Why are so many people sick?

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posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 11:20 PM
reply to post by dgtempe

Pacific Northwest.

Couple of dozen of my friends caught this cough. It would stick with you anywhere from 4-5 weeks to worst case 6 months (of pure hell)!

I believe it was triggered by mold... Couldn't substantiate it though.

Once you had it, you had to wait it out.

The only relief we found that worked(!!) was Ricola (Cherry Honey was the best).

It was like TOTALLY TOTALLY involuntary cough. Insanely irritating to the cougher (and the people that had to listen to it!)

I caught it last... I kicked it the quickest (couple of weeks).

One friend of mine got so pissed moved to Arizona. (That fixed it too.)

If that is what you got...

Bug, mold, whatever...

Of course, the crap the MDs gave was useless...

I know it sounds ridiculous get the stupid Richola.

[edit on 13-3-2009 by golemina]

posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 08:01 AM
I'll add just one more thing - We eat too much! and exercise too little!

Myself included - I know it in my head, but its so hard to change the habit. Commercials on tv are part of the brainwashing that constantly remind us to go get something more to eat when we don't need it.

When I go for a walk to get some exercise there are about 5 bakeries in my neighborhood that always beckon me in -- and I go.

posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 08:05 AM
reply to post by doctordoom

I think the number one culprit is how we eat. Americans are very overweight, because we eat processed food. If all of us actually ate a balanced meal, we wouldn't have all of these chronic problems. Plus, people need to stop modifiying our food, and using pesticides. I don't think it's conspiracy just common sense, stop eating fast food, and start eating better!!

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