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The U.S Coddles Medical Mass Murders While Muzzling Those Who Help and Heal

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The opioid epidemic has been spiraling out of control. Over 200,000 Americans have died and millions more battle addiction. The number of deaths continues to rise. It is now widely acknowledged that the epidemic was started by the pharmaceutical companies. Historically, opioids, otherwise known as narcotics, were used cautiously in the medical system. Generally, these […]

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Three Plants That Could Replace Opioids in Pain Treatment

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Opium. Heroin. Morphine. Methadone. Oxycodone. Hydrocodone. What all of these have in common is they’re derived from a plant—the poppy plant. Written references to the use of this plant, native to Southeast Asia, for pain and other ailments date back to 3400 B.C. In more recent times, opium and even heroin were commonly used in […]

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The Forgotten Pain Patient

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September is Pain Awareness Month.  It’s a good thing that there is a month designated for pain awareness because the plight of the pain patient has been pretty much ignored recently.  As alarm has spread over the increase in opioid addiction and overdose, the needs of the pain patient for relief have taken a back […]

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Most Pain Patients Have Been Brainwashed

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Brainwash: to make people believe only what you want them to believe by continually telling them that it is true and preventing any other information from reaching them. –Cambridge Dictionary. Pharmaceutical companies are now a trillion dollar business globally.  They spend billions of dollars on marketing to convince doctors and patients of the value of […]

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The Feds Say Restrict Opioid Use. Now What?

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The federal government has declared, through its major health policy agencies, that the number of pain patients on opioids and the dosages they are on should be severely restricted.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC), Veteran’s Administration (VA) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have all issued new guidelines within the past year […]

 
 
 
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