How to Live a Happy, Healthy, Wealthy & Safe Life!: The Missing Links in Conventional Medicine

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Trafford Publishing, Jan 27, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 116 pages
Almost half of all Americans suffer from a chronic medical condition. The most common conditions are high blood pressure, arthritis, respiratory diseases, depression, pain, diabetes, and high cholesterol. Its time to be more involved in your health care and start asking why? For instance: Why do Americans have so many health problems when they consume so many drugs? Why are Americans so sick when they can improve their health without doctors, hospitals, and drug therapies? Why is the United States making successful strides in disease treatment but not prevention? These are complicated questions, but its possible that the very drugs Americans consume are contributing to chronic health issues, along with unhealthy choices such as smoking, consuming alcohol, and eating processed and fast foods. By understanding the business of medicine as well as the factors that put you at risk, you can take concrete steps to improve your health or prevent it from deteriorating. Ask the right questions and start learning How to Live a Happy, Healthy, Wealthy, and Safe Life.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
CHAPTER II
10
CHAPTER III
19
CHAPTER IV
30
CHAPTER V
45
CHAPTER VI
56
CHAPTER VII
64
CHAPTER VIII
68
CHAPTER IX
95
Chapter X
99
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Dr. Eric M. DeYoung is the founder of the Center for Alternative Medicines, which incorporates Eastern and Western Medicine principles into a client-centered treatment approach. He has worked at several hospitals and also maintains a license as a board registered occupational therapist. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with his wife and daughter.

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