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Diagnosis and Treatment: Drive Your Own Bus

How many times have I heard the question: “Why didn’t my doctor find these problems?” I have been asked this question not hundreds, but probably thousands of times over the last 30 years of practicing medicine. Patients are dumbfounded by a medical system that appears to produce physicians, physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners who consistently seem inept at diagnosing and treating illnesses. It’s not that these care givers are ignorant, quite the contrary since they have weathered... Read More
Posted by Katie Reed at Friday, August 30, 2013
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Sod

Have you ever looked at a roll of sod? It’s a complex agricultural micro ecosystem comprised of netting, soil, roots and blades of grass. There is a simple illusion about sod, just roll it out over the earth and it will grow. Simple is as simple does. As I walked Merigianville, I witnessed our ambitious attempt to roll 6500 yards of living green clothing to protect the naked dirt from erosion. It was delivered in large rolls and it was installed by men and machine. The top soil was prepared... Read More
Posted by Katie Reed at Monday, August 12, 2013
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The Traditional Orthodox Allopathic Physician Part 2

The Traditional Orthodox Allopath is a doctor who was residency trained after medical school, follows established diagnosis and treatment standards in his or her practice, and features drugs as their major therapeutic intervention. These physicians are both predator and prey; they are predators in the sense that they need patients, and lots of them to satisfy the financial success of their practice; and they are prey in the sense that they are strongly driven to provide pharmaceutical therapies... Read More
Posted by Katie Reed at Monday, August 5, 2013
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