From: dr_jeff on
john wrote:
> "dr_jeff" <utz(a)msu.edu> wrote in message
>> Do you even know what pubmed is?
>>
>> Apparently not. It is basically a search engine for nearly of the
>> published medical articles from the last several decades.
>
> Apart from ones on nutritional medicine, which would eliminate 90% of
> allopathic medicine

Yeah, people who died from nutritional medicine don't benefit for
evidence-based evidence.

>> Medicine is based on science. It is improving all the time. Alternative
>> medicine is based on conjecture. Alternative medicine is all about making
>> money, not helping people.
>
> RAOFL!
>
>> I am not suggesting that drug companies, doctors and hospitals are not
>> interested in making money.
>
> And then some!
>
>
From: tools on
dr_jeff wrote:
> john wrote:
>> "dr_jeff" <utz(a)msu.edu> wrote in message
>>> Do you even know what pubmed is?
>>>
>>> Apparently not. It is basically a search engine for nearly of the
>>> published medical articles from the last several decades.
>>
>> Apart from ones on nutritional medicine, which would eliminate 90% of
>> allopathic medicine
>
> Yeah, people who died from nutritional medicine don't benefit for
> evidence-based evidence.
??????????????????????????????????????????????????????
>>> Medicine is based on science. It is improving all the time.
>>> Alternative medicine is based on conjecture. Alternative medicine is
>>> all about making money, not helping people.
>>
>> RAOFL!
>>
>>> I am not suggesting that drug companies, doctors and hospitals are
>>> not interested in making money.
>>
>> And then some!
>>
From: john on

"dr_jeff" <utz(a)msu.edu> wrote in message
>
> Yeah, people who died from nutritional medicine don't benefit for
> evidence-based evidence.
>


Reality http://www.whale.to/a/dean.html 780,000

see if you can find 5 from alt med in a year


From: Kevysmom on
Why do we have an epidemic of disabled children, and children with
chronic health issues as, diabetes, asthma, cancer, etc..

The CDC (Center for disease control and prevention) seems to be
failing American children.





From: Mark Probert on
On Nov 11, 8:55 pm, Kevysmom <kevysmo...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Why do we have an epidemic of disabled children, and children with
> chronic health issues as, diabetes, asthma, cancer, etc..

More children are surviving longer to develop these conditions.

> The CDC (Center for disease control and prevention) seems to be
> failing American children.

They deal with infectious diseases.