Hospitals Are More Dangerous Now Than Ever Before

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Hospitals and their waiting rooms are full of sick people, no surprise there, but some of them have infectious, airborne diseases or viruses. Add to this the spread of “superbugs”, germs that are no longer killed by antibiotics, have become a serious threat according to the World Health Organization. In fact, a recent report stated that more than 2 million people are infected with superbugs every year and more than 23,000 people die from these superbugs.

So, imagine yourself sitting in the hospital waiting room, full of sick people with contagious diseases, covered in EMF’s from all sorts of electronic devices, eating crap from the vending machines, and breathing in that recycled, contaminated air, waiting for your turn to see a doctor. Doesn’t sound like a good place for promoting health, now does it?


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Staying in the hospital also doesn’t do much for your psychological well-being. Interrupting your daily routine with terrible food, sleep deprivation, toxic medication, and those annoying hospital procedures, can be downright depressing, especially for the elderly.

Lastly, let’s talk about those devastating medical procedures such as chemotherapy, radiation, overuse of antibiotics, vaccines filled with mercury, x-rays, and unnecessary surgery, all have risks associated with them, including a decline to your quality life at best, and your death at the worst.

When you consider all of these facts, it becomes pretty clear that, unless you have severe trauma or have an emergency that requires surgery, avoid hospitals as much as humanly possible. This way you can avoid “mistakes”, a decline in your health, and the draining of your bank accounts.


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