How I cured my “Smoker’s Cough” – with a dishrag

Many years ago, I was a heavy smoker. Actually, I started as an intermittent smoker, and built up to over a pack a day – some days. Gradually, I developed “smoker’s cough”.

How do we cure smoker’s cough? How do we know when it is cured?  Continue reading

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How to Find the Best Doctor

How do we find the best lawyer? We can ask around – who wins the most cases.  We can even research different types of lawyers, specific to our needs, to find out who does the best work.  How do we find the best builder, or architect. It’s not hard to research who builds what, and choose a good builder – specific to our needs. If we want to build a house – large or small, or an office tower, large or small, we can easily find out who builds in our area.

But let’s suppose we have a disease. Maybe you already have a disease?

Choose a disease, for this discussion.  Don’t choose a disease that is easily cured by medicine, like an antibiotic, or a fungicide, any doctor can cure those.  Don’t choose an injury illness, that is only cured by healing. And don’t choose a cancer disease – we could use a cancer for this exercise, but it would make the discussion more complicated.

Choose a disease, and let’s play “how to find the best doctor“.  Ready?

How do we find the best doctor for our disease? Continue reading

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Which medicines have the most Side Effects?

Watching a Pharma ad and realizing that I already have the side effects” – Dave…

Which medicines have the most side effects? Which medicines have the worst side effects? “Medicines that don’t cure.” Continue reading

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Free Book: Introduction to Healthicine

This Free Book offer has closed, but you can still purchase the book. As of Monday January 30th the book Introduction to Healthicine, Theories of Health, Healthiness, Illness and Aging, can be purchased for FREE on Kindle – for 5 days.

This is in celebration of the Healthicine Facebook page passing the 1000 likes mark this January 2017.

The original Healthicine book, Healthicine, the Arts and Sciences of Health and Healthiness can also be purchased on Amazon in print and Kindle formats at regular price. Continue reading

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How Vaccines Can Injure and Kill

We know that sometimes a vaccination can injure, or even kill a person. Medical and vaccine researchers understand clearly why and how. Do you? If you read a lot of the press about vaccines, you will see two sides of nonsense. One side claiming that vaccines can’t cause diseases, and the other side claiming that vaccine products contain poisons, which cause damage, disease, and disability.  Who is right?

To understand how vaccines cause injury and sometimes death, we need to understand how a vaccine works. A vaccine has two main functional components.

The first component is the antigen.  It contains chemicals, usually fragments of an entity that might cause an illness, but they are disabled, or dead, such that they cannot cause the illness. Eg. The antigen portion of a vaccine is a ‘fake illness’. They are, in most cases of very little danger. Some vaccines contain several antigens in a single vaccination. Continue reading

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