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Big Pharma Whistle Blowers

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Big pharma whistle blowers do not do so for monetary reasons. However, they often find it difficult to remain employed or find new work. They are punished and often go through divorces, loss of job, loss of friends, and financial ruin.      

Did Alternative Medicine Kill Steve Jobs - Or Did It Extend His Life?

submitted by: admin on 05/19/2024
  LET'S BEGIN!... Did Alternative Medicine Kill  Steve Jobs - Or Did It Extend His Life?   Discover what some experts say about the computer giant's  decision to put off surgery and seek natural methods...    You probably know his name.  But, even if you don't, it's pretty much...

HMO Medicine, Consequences of Insufficient Time

submitted by: admin on 05/19/2024
We are losing personalized care with HMO medicine. The one size fits all approach, lack of personal continuity, and fragmented care is now what is offered. Medicine is becoming a job rather than a passion.

Job Burnout Predisposes to Heart Disease

submitted by: admin on 10/09/2013
  Accprdomg to a study in Psychosomatic Medicine in March of 2013, Americans work longer hours, take fewer vacation days, and retire later than employees compared to other countries. This leads to job burnout, and it is related to premature coronary artery disease and heart attacks. The top 20% of the burnout scale had a 79% increase risk of coronary...

Obama Backtracks on Smog Prevention

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
Despite Obama's promise to clean up our air, he has backtracked on legislation supporting lowering the levels of smog in our air. He has bowed to power plants and factories such as Dow Chemical by stating that it would cost thousands of jobs and $90 billion dollars in the bottom line for these polluting corporations. The cost is our health. There will be...

Occupy Wall Street Requires Both Revolution and Evolution

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
Occupy Wall Street is growing and global. The poor and middle classes are beyond outrage and are creating a revolution. The major issues are how do we take back democracy and how do we share the wealth of the land. The 1% is not happy with what they have and it is not enough that we no longer have a voice, that unemployment is devastatingly serious, that we have...

Occupy Wall Street: Effects on Health Care

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
Occupy Wall Street is now a global movement to stop the greed of corporate America that is oppressing 99% of the middle class and poor. The effects of this greed on health care are reviewed as Dr. Len points out that even though there are 30 million more Americans who'll quality for Medicaid, that the quality and extent of services are being soundly compromised....

Personal Medical Debt is on the Rise

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  Linking health care to a volatile job market puts health care services at risk. There was a 7% rise in medical debt from 2007-09. Californians are living on a very thin margin because their most of their medical debt is under $2000. More than 50% of their plans are high deductible, which puts additional strain on their budgets. Even Medi-Cal enrolees...

Stress Increases the Risk for a Heart Attack

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
  A Danish study published in April of 2013 of 11,000 patients without heart disease were followed for 16 years and grouped on the basis of mental vulnerability (tendency for psychosomatic problems or poor interpersonal relationships). They found that the mentally vulnerable had a 36% higher risk for a cardiovascular event. A second study of 14,000...

What Types of Jobs Increase the Risk for Heart Attacks?

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
  People with demanding jobs and not much freedom to make decisions are more stressed out and have a 23% higher risk for a heart attack according to a study published in the September 2012 issue of the Lancet. Among about 200,000 people 30,000 had job strain and 2,300 had a heart attack over about a 7 year period. Stress causes insomnia that leads...

Working Long Hours Can Lead to a Heart Attack

submitted by: admin on 02/19/2015
A longterm study showed that working more than 11 hours a day increased the risk for heart disease by 67%. It was not determined if it was the long hours themselves or the unhealthy habits associated such as diet, exercise, sleep and stress that was the underlying mechanism. What we should be striving for is balance in life in our work, exercise, diet, stress,...

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