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The tables below show: the Ten Most Costly Drugs in 2017 for Medicare Part D (Outpatient Prescriptions) and the Ten Most Costly Drugs in 2017 for Medicare Part B (Physician Administered Drugs); drug efficacy as determined by Cochrane Reviews, and comparative global prices obtained from internet sites. The patient and taxpayer pay for these drugs. If they are beneficial, we should use similar or identical drugs from other countries that cost significantly less.
There are many risk factors associated with suicide but this Report will focus on one that is often not mentioned – prescription psychotropic drugs. Data submitted to FDA show that antidepressants are ineffective in children and teenagers (mean age 9-18 years) and adults. Even in the most severe cases of major depression for which antidepressants are actually approved, they were not effective compared to placebo. And largely withheld from the medical community and the public, antidepressants can induce violent behavior, suicidal ideation and suicide. This interview on the Erskine Show will provide a Plan of Action that includes the Simone Ten Point Plan with certain nutrients and other lifestyle changes to optimize health.
Dr Simone reviews all the risk factors for sleep apnea
Dr Charles Simone discusses Breast Cancer Prevention, Detection, and Treatment as well as Women’s Health issues.
Interview includes: CHRONIC TRAUMATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY (CTE), Nutritional Hydration, Antioxidants with Chemotherapy and Radiation, Alternative Medicine, Linus Pauling
Dr Simone searches for cancer cures in the Far East and the Amazon Jungle.
Let’s see if the little guy has to pay for this bailout.
Director of CDC said “there is zero risk of transmission of Ebola on air flight.” That’s not true. Ebola spreads in humans and primates by aerosol transmission and also by direct contact with blood, mucus or other fluids from an infected person. These viruses have longer incubation periods, making infected passengers potentially symptom-free and unaware that they are infected at the time of travel even though they can spread disease by droplet transmission.
In the 1960s, the Sugar industry initiated, examined the drafts of papers, and paid $6500 (equivalent of $48,000 in 2016 dollars) to Harvard professors, Drs Fredrick Stare and Mark Hegsted, both dead now, to protect sugar even though sugar was found to be a major cause of heart disease.
Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can damage your skin within 15 minutes.
I remember the time I spent with Muhammad Ali raising awareness for POWs and MIAs.
Commuting can negatively impact your mental and physical health.
Fast food costs twice as much.
Profits of large biotech corporations would be protected and prioritized over consumer’s constitutional right to know.
The DARK Act must be stopped because it prevents Americans from being able to choose GMO foods or not. Our liberties are being taken away and this tyranny must stop.
Folic acid is stored in the skin and is needed to prevent neural tube defects and consequent death of the fetus. Sunlight destroys it. Each race requires the same amount of folic acid. The human race evolved from central Africa and black skin was required by Mother Natures to prevent folic acid destruction by the sun. As people migrated north their skin became lighter because there was less exposure to the sun, since they wore more and more clothing and hence more protection from the sun with cooler and colder climates. Their folic acid was preserved from less sun destruction. This process took hundreds of thousands of years.
Wider noses/nostrils with large turbinates accommodate a greater need for humidifying the very dry air
Over-intoxication could be common because some of these products contain 4 or 5 times the “normal” amount that when ingested rather than smoked increases the metabolic effects of marijuana. The majority of marijuana related events of children forced to emergency rooms in Colorado were because of edibles. There are now more car accidents, psychiatric disorders etc.