In some countries, doctors are paid bonuses for healing their patients, or they’re not even paid at all until the patient becomes well. In the United States, doctors are paid by Big Pharma to peddle experimental drugs made with chemicals in a laboratory that cause side effects that are worse than the conditions and symptoms being “managed.” The drug companies literally wine and dine doctors, give them trips to Vegas, and hand them tickets for front row seats at professional sporting events, all so they’ll prescribe more of their addictive opioid-based pain and SSRI “psyche” pills – medications their patients probably don’t even need. The cold hard truth is that the USA has worse health outcomes than France, Australia, Japan, Sweden, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, and the United Kingdom, plus the USA is lower on that statistical “totem poll” than all other industrialized countries averaged together. The U.S. also has the highest rate of deaths via “healthcare” compared to comparable countries. Disappointed? You should be.
Are hospitals in America even safe, and do prescription medications work at all? The statistics of errors and fatality are horrifying
Just one century ago in China, patients only paid doctors when they were well, because if you got ill, then the doctor wasn’t doing his job right, and he had to treat you for free until you healed. Then the patient would see the doctor regularly for herbs, diet advice, acupuncture, and guidance about lifestyle habits. It was all about preventative medicine, which is the complete opposite of the medical model in the United States.
In America, most food is processed and contains known toxins, carcinogens, artificial and synthetic ingredients, and of course, pesticides. The medicine is no different. Even the “holy grail” of medicine in the U.S.A., vaccines, contain toxins that cause neurological dysfunction, central nervous system damage, brain damage, and devastating auto-immune diseases.
Only after Americans begin showing symptoms and signs of deep-rooted health detriment do doctors begin prescribing chemical-based, experimental drugs and recommend more vaccines, including mercury-laced flu shots. Even pregnant women are dosed with brain-damaging drugs and vaccines. It’s the complete opposite of preventative medicine, and then everyone looks for a magic pill and some surgery to fix their chronic, sometimes irreversible health woes.
In Germany, doctors are employees of the hospital, and patients can hold the entire hospital accountable for mistakes, misdiagnoses, injuries and wrongful deaths. In America, the hospital is just a workshop for independent agents and entrepreneurs (doctors, surgeons, radiologists, nurses, anesthesiologists, etc), and the hospital has no accountability for their work, so there’s basically no internal quality control. The entire place is an “accident waiting to happen” 24/7/365.
The U.S. has higher rates of surgery mistakes, medication casualties, and lab errors than comparable countries
Take a close look at how healthcare is delivered in the U.S. and it makes you want to puke. With all of our technology, science, research, and modern inventions, you would think the burden of disease and disorder would be lower here than anywhere, but it’s higher here than in comparable countries. The U.S. continues to have higher rates for hospital admissions and premature deaths from preventable diseases than most other industrialized nations. That includes hospital admissions for chronic diseases like congestive heart failure, diabetes, asthma, hypertension, and circulatory conditions.
Ready for one of the biggest shockers? Surgical items (and fragments of them) are “un-retrieved” from patients (that means left inside their body) more often in the United States than in other comparable countries. Imagine going to the hospital for surgery and coming out with those tools left inside you. That’s just insane. It’s no wonder then why post-operation suture ruptures are worse in the U.S. also.
Emergency department use instead of regular doctor visits is more common in the U.S.A., along with suicides
People living in industrialized countries, besides the U.S., have much quicker access to doctors and nurses when needed. With the rising rate of suicides and prescription drug overdoses rising sharply in the U.S., this is quickly becoming a national crisis. This applies to all ages, genders, races and ethnicities. Plus, more than half of all suicides occur with people who have no mental disorders. In fact, prescription drugs now kill more people in America than cocaine and heroin combined. Why? What changed?
Here’s what changed: Most prescription drugs are now opioids (heroin-based painkillers) or chemicals that disrupt and block the normal firing of neurons in the brain (SSRIs). It’s a man-made pandemic and medical doctors are the glorified “drug dealers” out on the street corner (think 24-hour doc-in-the-box and in-house pharmacies). Millions of people are dying from the very medications they’ve been prescribed, and if you have any illusions about this, just check the pharma death clock. Opioid prescription drugs kill over 35,000 Americans every year.
It’s time for everyone to eat clean daily and seek natural remedies for any health ills, because just walking into a doctor’s office, a hospital, a clinic, or even a pharmacy is a prescription for health tragedy these days.
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