Inexpensive Treatments Recover Dying Hospital Patients

Inexpensive Treatments Recover Dying Hospital Patients By Laraine C. Abbey-Katzev, RN (emeritus), MS, CNS Hospital patients dying of organ failure from serious infections are walking out of the jaws of death time after time thanks to courageous individuals who refused to accept the status quo failing treatments. Instead, thinking outside the box to what will become a revolution in disease care management. More about that after a few statistics to show what a big deal this really is. Severe sepsis, resulting from infection, has become a national epidemic. It’s the…

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Comcast Plans In-Home Health Surveillance and Medical Tracking Device

Comcast Plans In-Home Health Surveillance and Medical Tracking Device By Nicholas West “Comcast is already in talks with hospitals about taking on shared savings — if it can keep people from expensive emergency room visits.” — CNBC Note: portions of the following article appeared in our premium monthly newsletter Counter Markets. It is becoming clearer each day that new technologies are further highlighting the great expanse between intention and application. As with all technologies of value, medicine has pitted the powerful desire of human liberation from suffering and the pursuit…

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Your Medical Devices Are Not Keeping Your Health Data to Themselves

Your Medical Devices Are Not Keeping Your Health Data to Themselves By Derek Kravitz and Marshall Allen CPAP units, heart monitors, blood glucose meters and lifestyle apps generate information that can be used in ways patients don’t necessarily expect. It can be sold for advertising or even shared with insurers, who may use it to deny reimbursement. Medical devices are gathering more and more data from their users, whether it’s their heart rates, sleep patterns or the number of steps taken in a day. Insurers and medical device makers say…

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Fox News Promotes RFID For Medical Purposes — Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Take The Chip

Fox News Promotes RFID For Medical Purposes — Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Take The Chip By Aaron Kesel Fox News is pushing RFID chip implants, encouraging people that the tech is safe and good for medical by stating it’s similar to getting a tetanus shot. Recently in Sweden, thousands of people have reportedly had chips implanted. Fox highlights this news expressing that a company called Biohax has already “installed” around 4,000 chips into “customers.” The article then goes onto explain how awesome it is to have a chip in one’s hand, stating that…

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The Conundrum Of The 2018 Midterm Elections: Free-bee Healthcare For Anchor Babies, Birth Tourism & Pregnancy Surrogacy, Voters Ignore

The Conundrum Of The 2018 Midterm Elections: Free-bee Healthcare For Anchor Babies, Birth Tourism & Pregnancy Surrogacy, Voters Ignore Op-Ed by Catherine J. Frompovich “In summary, anchor babies, birth tourism and surrogacy are pushing the envelope of what are the rights of citizenship in North America,” [1] so says Canadian and U.S. immigration lawyer, Andy J. Semotiuk. Why should that comment be of particular, fiscal and mid-term U.S. elections concerns?  The primary reasons are social, moral and legal issues, which should be front and center in the 2018 midterm elections,…

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Paul Offit, MD, Vaccine Authority & Co-inventor, Finally Levels About Vaccinations Being Violent Acts

Paul Offit, MD, Vaccine Authority & Co-inventor, Finally Levels About Vaccinations Being Violent Acts By Catherine J. Frompovich If I didn’t have the authentic YouTube video of vaccine-pushing-authority, Dr. Paul Offit, MD, to share with my readers below, you probably would think I’ve “gone off my rocker,” especially if I only quoted him and did not have the physical, visual and audio proof of his admitting numerous suppressed deprecating facts about vaccinations, thereby further empowering parents’ valid reasons for NOT vaccinating their beloved children. Here are some acknowledgements Dr. Offit…

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Rip-offs In Healthcare, Especially Prescription Drugs

Rip-offs In Healthcare, Especially Prescription Drugs By Catherine J. Frompovich The healthcare – or shall I call it “sickness care” – industries in the United States and, perhaps globally, apparently operate under several misleading practices of being there to help consumers get well. Although that sounds altruistic, nothing probably is further from factual and monetary truths, according to many concerned individuals who recognize what amounts to “rip-offs” and are calling it out for what it is. In view of the exorbitantly annual increases in healthcare insurance premiums and prescription drug…

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Tell President Trump & Congress The 1986 Vaccine Law Must Be Repealed

Tell President Trump & Congress The 1986 Vaccine Law Must Be Repealed By Catherine J. Frompovich Early in August 2018, the U.S. legal system, via jury trial—not one of the “kangaroo” Administrative Law Courts which apparently always find in favor of their owners using “arbitration”—dealt a significant legal, financial, moral and even possible operations-ceasing blow to Bayer-Monsanto regarding Roundup® due to its implication in the terminal non-Hodgkin lymphoma case Dewayne Johnson v. Monsanto Company brought by the law firm Baum, Hedland, Aristei, Goldman, PC, in Superior Court of California, County…

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