Tips on Keeping Mind & Body Young
By Jesse Anson Dawn
Jesse Anson Dawn (accurately photographed at age 67), author of the national award-winning book Never “Old,” plus The Rejuvenator’s Bible, speaks out about a most stirring subject: how to personally control the unwanted effects of “aging.”
Presently answering the question:
“Dear Jesse, in one of your books, I read about the increasingly frequent occurrence of medical errors, a dilemma that has become the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. Can your Awareness column tell us more about that?”
Beyond anything else, our most effective protection against medical procedure mistakes is, first of all, learning about how and why they happen.
However, not only are the errors involved with conventional medical practices alarmingly on the rise, but so are the prices being charged for them, whereby the present-day healthcare system is riding a sky-rocketing inflation rate of 12 percent a year. And that runaway rocket just keeps on flying higher and higher, increasingly out of control.
But of course, when a disease or injury is threatening your life, if you’re rich enough, money is no object, all while it’s a serious, panic-causing crisis for people of middle and lower class incomes.
Thus being educated about [habitually overlooked], increasingly problematic aspects of the medical industry has become vitally important, especially when it involves the vast significance of:
Frequently Inaccurate Medical Tests
According to a very informative book called “Medicine On Trial,” upon getting a medical “check-up,” the routine number of tests given to a (potential patient) is fifteen or more. But studies revealed in “Medicine On Trial” say these tests are only “65 percent accurate,” and so even if someone is quite healthy, they have “one chance in three of being subjected to totally unneeded treatments.”
Salesmen call this profit-making technique “creating a customer.”
But to duly protect yourself from an incorrect diagnosis, keep in mind that it is only ONE doctor’s point of view, a notion that, without fail, should be backed up by another physician’s EVER CRUCIAL second opinion.
However, situations often arise whereby, getting a second opinion is not a doable option, especially when it comes to the most commonly overdone surgery of all, the steadily on-the-rise:
According to well documented statistics, since 2008, the frequency of cesarean operations has doubled, whereby they have come to account for more than 20 percent of the baby deliveries in the U.S.
And as to why there has been a steadily increasing amount of cesarean-induced deliveries, extensive research reveals this rather disturbing fact:
More often than ever before, these operations are done as a convenience for baby-delivering doctors, whereby they don’t have to be up all night, waiting around for a normal delivery. And along with that, cesarean surgery not only quickens the birthing procedure, it also quadruples the doctor’s fee.
But of course, not all physicians are impatient greed-heads, and yet unfortunately, many of them are. And so we should be ever on the alert for those who just want to cut and run, especially if we realize that most of these practitioners operate within a system that, more and more, lacks the oversight needed to keep them properly under control.
Yet another surgical procedure that is alarmingly on the rise, is the breast-removal operation called “mastectomies,” an increasingly common treatment for breast cancer, a disease that in the U.S., now causes over 40,000 fatalities a year.
And as to why this form of cancer has become so epidemic, according to a very revealing book called “Dressed to Kill,” the authors, medical researchers, Sydney Singer and Soma Grismaijer, after studying over 4,500 women (in five cities across the U.S.) duly expose this startling information:
“Because of the suppression of (crucial to the body’s immunity system) lymphocyte circulation, THREE OUT OF FOUR WOMEN who, quite repeatedly, wore their bras 24 hours a day, eventually developed breast cancer.”
All of which is a dilemma linked to what is finally becoming a well known fact: the main circulator of ((bloodstream-cleansing)) lymphocytes are lymph nodes, vital organs located at the outer edges of the breasts: the very same place where [tight-fitting] bras steadily block ((lymphocyte circulation)).
As I again refer to the (perhaps life-saving) book “Dressed to Kill,” in which the following, quite significant statistics are revealed:
“1 out of 7 women who wore bras 10 to 12 hours a day developed breast cancer. But among the women who wore their bras 5 to 6 hours day, only 1 out 152 of them got breast cancer.”
Therefore, due to the truth of these well-researched facts, all of you brassiere-wearing women out there, PLEASE ((protect yourselves)) from lymph-node obstruction, simply by regularly loosening your bra (or taking it off when at home, where there’s probably no need wear it).
Thus hopefully, more and more people are realizing the importance of what the [Old Era] medical industry calls the “P-word” — PREVENTION — the irreplaceable factor that, quite clearly, should be a crucial part of everyone’s education.
“Youthman Messenger” Jesse will answer any questions (about real rejuvenation and ((protection-energy)) by emailing him at email@example.com