Big pharma & the doctors...can't make money if all of us decide to heal ourselves...can they?...There won't be more visits to the doctor who treats the symtoms of illness...instead of the cause...big pharma can't make money if patients change their diet...& eat wholesome food & pure water...instead of popping those pills which will ultimately cause more damage!...We have all been lied to!!!...
Bag Of Gold
Exactly, there is no "money", no control and no death in the real cure, all the things TPTB want and use to advance their agenda of "money", control and death/population control...I believe God put everything on earth we need....
Are statin drugs the biggest fraud in the history of medicine? Consider the evidence:
Now, a group in the U.K. is reporting that the Cholesterol Treatment Trialists’ (CTT) Collaboration in Oxford has an agreement to keep secret much of the information contained in its huge database which holds results from 27 trials of these drugs, nearly all of which were run by a drug company (story below).
This follows the publication last year (2013) of a study published in the Journal of Endocrine and Metabolic Diseases: The Ugly Side of Statins. Systemic Appraisal of the Contemporary Un-Known Unknowns which concluded: “These finding on statin major adverse effects had been under-reported and the way in which they withheld from the public, and even concealed, is a scientific farce.”
And now, in both the USA and the UK, doctors are being encouraged to prescribe even more statin drugs. Fortunately, many doctors are now stepping forward and speaking out against this biggest medical fraud of all time.
SOS: Sanity over Statins – CTT the house of statin secrets
by Jerome Burne
Should a professional body, however eminent, be allowed to keep information about the safety of products they are supplying to public hidden so no one else can run tests on them?
That is the question raised by HealthInsightUK’s finding that a large and respected organisation whose job it is to analyses the findings of statin trials – The Cholesterol Treatment Trialists’ (CTT) Collaboration in Oxford – has an agreement to keep secret much of the information contained in its huge database which holds results from 27 trials of these drugs, nearly all of which were run by a drug company.
Questions about the secrecy of the CTT have been put in the spotlight following the recent recommendation by NICE to change the guidelines on statins. If the proposals are accepted, millions more healthy people in the UK who have no sign of heart disease will be prescribed these drugs.
Dangers of Statin Drugs: What You Haven’t Been Told About Popular Cholesterol-Lowering Medicines
Posted on June 14, 2004 by Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig, PhD • 5 Comments
Print - PDF - Email
Hypercholesterolemia is the health issue of the 21st century. It is actually an invented disease, a “problem” that emerged when health professionals learned how to measure cholesterol levels in the blood. High cholesterol exhibits no outward signs–unlike other conditions of the blood, such as diabetes or anemia, diseases that manifest telltale symptoms like thirst or weakness–hypercholesterolemia requires the services of a physician to detect its presence. Many people who feel perfectly healthy suffer from high cholesterol–in fact, feeling good is actually a symptom of high cholesterol!
Doctors who treat this new disease must first convince their patients that they are sick and need to take one or more expensive drugs for the rest of their lives, drugs that require regular checkups and blood tests. But such doctors do not work in a vacuum–their efforts to convert healthy people into patients are bolstered by the full weight of the US government, the media and the medical establishment, agencies that have worked in concert to disseminate the cholesterol dogma and convince the population that high cholesterol is the forerunner of heart disease and possibly other diseases as well.
Who suffers from hypercholesterolemia? Peruse the medical literature of 25 or 30 years ago and you’ll get the following answer: any middle-aged man whose cholesterol is over 240 with other risk factors, such as smoking or overweight. After the Cholesterol Consensus Conference in 1984, the parameters changed; anyone (male or female) with cholesterol over 200 could receive the dreaded diagnosis and a prescription for pills. Recently that number has been moved down to 180. If you have suffered from a heart attack, you get to take cholesterol-lowering medicines even if your cholesterol is already very low–after all, you have committed the sin of having a heart attack so your cholesterol must therefore be too high. The penance is a lifetime of cholesterol-lowering medications along with a boring lowfat diet. But why wait until you have a heart attack? Since we all labor under the stigma of original sin, we are all candidates for treatment. Current dogma stipulates cholesterol testing and treatment for young adults and even children.
The drugs that doctors use to treat the new disease are called statins–sold under a variety of names including Lipitor (atorvastatin), Zocor (simvastatin), Mevacor (lovastatin) and Pravachol (pravastatin).
How Statins Work
Been watching this for 10 minutes, its really unbelievable how much traffic is hitting servers in St. Louis right now. On the right hand side of the screen there is a box with the US on top for number of attacks and if you hold your cursor over it you can see all the traffic incoming.
to the US!...An amazing website...but uses quite a bit of bandwidth!...I need to close a lot of my tabs now...to watch the fireworks!...I wonder if this is the precursor to EMP attacks?...Thanks Hagarth!...
Now over 12000 attacks to the US!!!...
I've been on that site for 80 minutes. When I looked at the start mil/gov "attack origins" was 314 now look at it, its over 2200! US was at 1800 or so, but the attack targets on the right side the US was in the 2600 range now over 21000. Tremendous amount of activity, bandwidth is a problem, I'm high band width but when some of these surges happen everything on my computer slows almost to a halt.
QUIT BASHING OBAMA
QUIT BASHING OBAMA by COL. ROBERT F. CUNNINGHAM and PATRICK RISHOR, The Gilmer Mirror Quit trashing Obama’s accomplishments. He has done more than any other President before him. Here is a list of his impressive accomplishments: First President to be photographed smoking a joint. First President to apply for college aid as a foreign student, then deny he was a foreigner. First President to ..
A few days ago we were treated to the news that HAARP had gone red over California. We waited for the earthquake, and nothing happened. In fact, nothing at all seemed to happen. However, today I stumbled across this piece referenced on a link from Steve Quayles site:
I had an Aha! moment when I saw this article. I believe this new Arctic Vortex powering the Arctic outbreak is the result of the HAARP heating in California. Let me explain.
One use of the HAARP technology is to use it as a big microwave heater that heats the atmosphere. Heating the atmosphere causes a thermal high, and given enough heating, it is possible to create a big enough high to cause a bulge in the upper atmosphere. The bulge acts as gassy mountain that blocks the jet stream and pushes the it north. Pushing the jet stream north in California is at the right distance that the movement north causes the jet stream to buckle and "dig in" east of the Rockies. The Rockies are already a natural trough inducing physical structure. Low pressure and troughs naturally form in the lee of the mountains as a result of air descending from the heights of the Rocky Mountains to the plains below. The effect of pushing the jet stream north in California accentuates the lee of the mountain effect in the West and Midwest.
Mid-latitude cyclonic storms tend to form along and follow the jet stream. The jet stream forms the natural boundary between cold and warm air. When the jet stream goes south, the cold air goes south. Hence, by causing the jet stream to move north over California and trough to dig in east of the Rockies, it pulls the cold air down unseasonably early.
There is only so much cold air that is produced because of the earth's heat budget. Solar heating will warm air at the lower latitudes and that warm air moves poleward to warm air there. There is a fixed amount of heat coming from the sun. Those calories will warm cold air. There is not an infinite amount of cold air produced at the poles. If they are going to use what cold air there is over the US, it will be unseasonably warm elsewhere.
The snow coming to the northern tier of states is a month early. The effect of the heating over California apparently was designed to shorten the growing season in a region that already has a short growing season. It will also increase the heating bills in those regions. The coming winter will be filled with many sensational events, possibly including a lights-out scenario. If that develops, the cold weather will help thin the herd.
....The truth... https://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2014/09/07/quit-bashing-obama/
I have a friend in Edmonton Alberta, Daystar and that Vortex dig in east of the Rockies is very real rain almost every day this spring and summer, completely atypical weather.
Good Post, DayStar
It is called the world's scariest drug...& there's a reason for that!...It's so scary...YouTube won't let you view this video...unless you sign in...but you can watch it here...along with many other videos!!!...
(CNN) -- A respiratory virus is sending hundreds of children to hospitals in Missouri and possibly throughout the Midwest and beyond, officials say.
The virus causes symptoms like a cold, except worse, and is prompting up to 30 children a day to seek care at one Kansas City hospital, where about 15% of the youngsters were placed in intensive care, officials said.
In a sign of a possible regional outbreak, Colorado, Illinois and Ohio are reporting cases with symptoms similar to the same virus and are awaiting testing results, according to officials and CNN affiliates in those states.
In Kansas City, about 450 children were recently treated at Children's Mercy Hospital, and at least 60 of them received intensive hospitalization, spokesman Jake Jacobson said.
"It's worse in terms of scope of critically ill children who require intensive care. I would call it unprecedented. I've practiced for 30 years in pediatrics, and I've never seen anything quite like this," said Dr. Mary Anne Jackson, the hospital's division director for Infectious Diseases.
"We've had to mobilize other providers, doctors, nurses. It's big," she said.
The Kansas City hospital treats 90% of that area's ill children and noticed an initial spike on August 15, Jackson said.
"It could have taken off right after school started. Our students start back around August 17th, and I think it blew up at that point," Jackson said. "Our peak appears to be between the 21st and the 30th of August. We've seen some leveling of cases at this point."
Full scope unknown
An analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Preventionshowed at least 19 of the Kansas City children tested positive for Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), according to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
Vaccines for EV-D68 aren't currently available, and there is no specific treatment for infections, the Missouri agency said.
"Many infections will be mild and self-limited, requiring only symptomatic treatment," it said. "Some people with several respiratory illness caused by EV-D68 may need to be hospitalized and receive intensive supportive therapy."
Some cases of the virus might contribute to death, but none of the Missouri cases resulted in death and no data is available for overall morbidity and mortality from the virus in the United States, the agency said.
Symptoms include fever, body and muscles aches, sneezing, coughing and rash, one hospital said.
Jackson said physicians in other Midwest states reported cases with similar symptoms.
"The full scope is yet to be known, but it would appear it's in the Midwest. In our community, meticulous hand-washing is not happening. It's just the nature of kids," Jackson said.
"Worst I've seen"
Denver also is seeing a spike in respiratory illnesses resembling the virus, and hospitals have sent specimens for testing to confirm whether it's the same virus, CNN affiliate KUSA said.
More than 900 children have gone to Children's Hospital Colorado emergency and urgent care locations since August 18 for treatment of severe respiratory illnesses, including enterovirus and viral infections, hospital spokeswoman Melissa Vizcarra told CNN. Of those, 86 have been sick enough to be admitted to the Aurora facility.
And Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children had five children in intensive care and 20 more in the pediatric unit, KUSA said this week.
"This is the worst I've seen in my time here at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children," Dr. Raju Meyeppan told the outlet. "We're going to have a pretty busy winter at this institution and throughout the hospitals of Denver."
Will Cornejo, 13, was among the children in intensive care at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children after he came down with a cold last weekend and then woke up Tuesday night with an asthma attack that couldn't be subsided with his medicine albuterol. His mother, Jennifer, called 911 when her son's breathing became shallow, and her son was airlifted to the Denver hospital, she told KUSA.
Her son was put on a breathing tube for 24 hours.
"It was like nothing we've ever seen," Jennifer Cornejo told KUSA. "He was unresponsive. He was laying on the couch. He couldn't speak to me. He was turning white and his lips turned blue.
"We're having a hard time believing that it really happened," she added. "We're much better now because he is breathing on his own. We're on the mend."
Restricting kids' visits with patients
In East Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Children's Hospital saw a 20% increase in patients with respiratory illnesses last weekend, and Dr. Dennis Cunningham said patient samples are being tested to determine whether EV-D68 is behind the spike, CNN affiliate WTTE said.
Elsewhere, Hannibal Regional Hospital in Hannibal, Missouri, reported "recent outbreaks of enterovirus infections in Missouri and Illinois," the facility said this week on its Facebook page.
Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Illinois, saw more than 70 children with respiratory issues last weekend, and seven of them were admitted,CNN affiliate WGEM reported. The hospital's Dr. Robert Merrick believes that the same virus that hit Kansas City is causing the rash of illnesses seen at the Quincy and Hannibal hospitals, which both imposed restrictions this week on children visiting patients, the affiliate said.
"Mostly we're concerned about them bringing it in to a vulnerable patient. We don't feel that the hospital is more dangerous to any other person at this time," Merrick told WGEM.
Blessing Hospital is working with Illinois health officials to identify the virus, the hospital said in a statement.
While there are more than 100 types of enteroviruses causing up to 15 million U.S. infections annually, EV-D68 infections occur less commonly, the Missouri health agency said. Like other enteroviruses, the respiratory illness appears to spread through close contact with infected people, the agency said.
"Unlike the majority of enteroviruses that cause a clinical disease manifesting as a mild upper respiratory illness, febrile rash illness, or neurologic illness (such as aseptic meningitis and encephalitis), EV-D68 has been associated almost exclusively with respiratory disease," the agency said.
Clusters of the virus have struck Asia, Europe and the United States from 2008 to 2010, and the infection caused relatively mild to severe illness, with some intensive care and mechanical ventilation, the health agency said.
To reduce the risk of infection, individuals should wash hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, especially after changing diapers, avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands; avoid kissing, hugging and sharing cups or eating utensils with people who are sick; disinfect frequently-touched surfaces such as toys and doorknobs; and stay home when feeling sick, the Missouri agency said.