December 19, 2016
By Jonathan Sackier
Here are some of the things that you can do to better take control.
For a doctor to make it through medical school and residency is pretty demanding intellectually and temporally – I am not saying we are the brightest or the best, but the vast majority of practitioners are committed, sincere and understand their obligation to their patients. Likewise, for approved medical therapies to make it through proper scientific clinical trials is very costly and takes a long time. That is why I cringe when I hear about marginal providers offering services that have no basis in fact. Pseudoscience is actually not that hard to spot: people offering miracle cures that have not undergone stringent testing; make astounding claims that are eschewed by the medical establishment; and charge large sums of money. I recommend you spend a fruitful hour or two on websites that expose this sort of thing. And much of it is not “harmless” because if someone delays their conventional medical therapy for, let’s say colon cancer, in favor of having high pressure oxygen, psychic surgery or fruit oil rubs, that delay could cost them their life. I have seen it happen.
So, take these rules to heart when protecting your heart, keep them in mind if your head hurts, and doctor well in addition to flying well!
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