The Iatrogenic — Disease Treatment

But the fact is that people quickly get used to medical care, and in our time it is especially dangerous. There is even a separate disease that arises from excessive therapy and surgery. It is called iatrogenia — that is, literally “a disease caused by a doctor.” Doctor’s oath “do No harm!”modern (or rather, conventional)…

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Diseases of the new Millennium

In the age of scientific and technological progress (NTP) medicine imperceptibly planted humanity on medical and technical, hardware and drug care and tried to do everything to make people forget about their biology and internal resources of the human body. As a result, modern people have become slaves to this very “progress”, which taught them…

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Antibiotic antibacterials

Karl Benz, Henry Ford and other inventors of cars in the late XIX and early XX century made a huge contribution to the life of mankind. They invented, perfected and mass-produced an internal combustion engine, a machine that allows us to go to work, carry huge loads, go on vacation, explore the world, etc. The…

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Decisions

Last summer, a relative called me, told me about a rash that had appeared on her leg and emailed me a picture: an ugly, swollen red spot about two inches in diameter with a small dark spot in the center and a border like a marker. Most of all, it resembled a target. Since it…

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Breathing problems

Most people know that asthma, a disease known since ancient times, has become a serious health problem. Statistics from developed countries, which are at least seventy years old, show that the incidence has doubled, if not tripled. The graphs are similar to the retirement savings of your dreams, but actually show an increase in the…

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Heartburn

More than 60 million Americans suffer from heartburn at least once a month, and another 15 million – every day. If you are among them, you have a big company. Remember the hoarse voice of bill Clinton from the White house? He suffered heartburn. So was George W. Bush if he drank coffee or ate…

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The Lost World

The continued excessive use of antibiotics in the treatment of adults and children, changes in the method of delivery and the huge doses of drugs that are given to farm animals inevitably have an effect on our bacteria – both friendly and hostile. More than fifteen years ago, I began to think about what the…

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Mother and child

In the 50s, two new drugs appeared that helped to cope with common problems during pregnancy: thalidomide and diethylstilbestrol (DES). They were considered safe for pregnant women and had real (or apparent) positive effects. The history of both drugs should warn many about the danger of treating healthy pregnant women with potent drugs. The first…

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Modern farmer and antibiotic

Imagine cows peacefully grazing on the lawn, chewing gum, moving from place to place to pinch the green grass. This is the stage of our agricultural past, worthy of the brush of Norman Rockwell: well maintained barns, beautiful hedges, contented cows, and occasionally disturbing silence, the buzzing flies, punctuated by a slap of the tail.…

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