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Endoscopy Causing Super Bug Outbreak In US Hospitals

colonoscopy_Ano Lobb. @healthyrx

Russian roulette anyone? 

They have traced the superbug to dirty little cameras.

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/dirty-endoscopes-blamed-superbug-outbreak-2D11843879

A new study discovered:

– average of 15% at 5 hospitals were harbouring “bio-dirt” – cells and other material from previously examined patients

– even after the instruments had been cleaned

And my doctor gave me a strange look when I said no to colonoscopy!!

This means that if they just did a colonoscopy with someone with aides, it might not have been cleaned well enough before they insert in into you. How would you explain contacting aides in a marriage that you have been faithful in?

http://www.cnbc.com/id/100798338

This is why I question everything! How safe are we in the medical system?

Again, what is the safest way out of these possible threats?

Keep your colon healthy by eating clean fruits and vegetables, drink lots of water, avoid toxins and move! Avoid the need for these tests by keeping a moving digestive system. I do cleanses myself to free it from toxins and whatever lies in the pathway. Cleanse and nourish!

It does a lot of work for you, you need to treat it well.

Move your body and move your bowels and kidneys! Try to limit exposure to chemicals and avoid if possible, hospitals and doctors offices that are full of sick and contagious people.

There are those who get sicker and even die upon entering a hospital:

Margorie Howse, age 89

– suffering with diabetes and unable to walk because of arthritis

– May 2011, she contacted pneumonia in long term care facility

– admitted to St. Catharines General Hospital

– where unknowingly, a deadly superbug called C. difficile was already hitting patients throughout the building that was in early stages of breakout, soon to devastate 3 hospitals in the Niagara Health system, infect dozens of people and leave 37 dead.

– put her in a room where her roommate had C. difficile

Margorie contacted C. difficile and died less than a month later

http://globalnews.ca/news/1087819/how-hospital-design-can-keep-us-healthier/

And then there are the people who try to get the help but don’t:

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/family-angry-after-calif-man-23-dies-swine-flu-2D11911394

With the waiting time in hospitals, I don’t think the system works well at all.

My thought:

Instead of hospitals, we should have crisis centers, infectious centers, cancer centers, bone and fracture centers, mental health centers, arthritic centers addiction centers, abuse centers.

If not in their own or shared building, a hospital divided into all different entrances for your particular concerns.

We get all our best doctors and specialists working together to find the best treatments available and have them work together to improve knowledge and efficiency of treatment.

We presently cram all into one space, people who are anxious are made worse with all the chaos of the crowd. They should be in a calm environment.

People who are severe cases of pancreatitis can’t be in a room with the infectious, it could kill them.

The elderly or sick babies can’t be in a room with infectious diseases.

Separate the infectious from the weaker, vulnerable people, the broken foot or the people with anxiety issues.

Some of the sicker, weaker need to lay down yet they have to sit for hours in an uncomfortable chair beside a person with HIV or the flu.

It doesn’t make sense. If we separated our illnesses, it would go a lot smoother as each center becomes extremely knowledgeable in their particular area and they would be ready and experienced for the individuals particular needs.

The doctors, nurses and secretaries would gain experience and it would constantly be improved upon as they become experts in their particular field.

Sharing results, ideas and experiences would drastically improve our medical knowledge, improve results and save much needed time.

Isn’t that what we are looking for when we require help? An expert with lots of experience and results.

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I got digging into Harvard University website and dug into some statistics on the United States Department of Agriculture

USDA Dairy Products 2009 Summary April 2010. I was in awe how many billions of pounds of dairy is consumed!! The keyword here is “billions” of pounds. Wow! Is anyone’s colon moving in America? Oh right, there is an obesity issue isn’t there? No wonder there is so much chronic illness and disease with the hormone and antibiotics that most of this dairy is loaded with.

I am lactose intolerant so I don’t consume dairy because when I do I suffer a lot. I think there are a lot of people are the same but instead of avoiding dairy they resort to medications for diarrhea, stomach problems or over the counter stomach remedies instead of addressing diet and avoiding the causing factor.

I think the saying, “you are what you eat” is as true as “you are what you breathe, wear, absorb and what you think.” If you plug your colon with cheese and other foods like white flour products and fast foods like McDonald’s, it is going to quit functioning properly.

Here is some statistics from Harvard:

Summary

Total cheese production, excluding cottage cheeses, was 10.1 billion pounds, 2.0 percent above 2008 production. Wisconsin was the leading State with 26.0 percent of the production.

Italian varieties, with 4.18 billion pounds were 1.4 percent above 2008 production and accounted for 41.4 percent of total cheese in 2009. Mozzarella accounted for 78.2 percent of the Italian production followed by Provolone with 8.3 percent and Ricotta with 5.9 percent. Wisconsin was the leading State in Italian cheese production with 29.5 percent of the production.

American type cheese production was 4.20 billion pounds, 2.3 percent above 2008 and accounted for 41.6 percent of total cheese in 2009. Wisconsin was the leading State in American type cheese production with 20.2 percent of the production.

Butter production in the United States during 2009 totaled 1.57 billion pounds, 4.3 percent below 2008. California was the leading State in butter production and accounted for 33.1 percent of the production.

Dry milk powders: (2009 U.S. production, comparisons with 2008)

Nonfat dry milk, human — 1.51 billion pounds, down 0.7 percent.

Skim milk powders — 222 million pounds, down 40.6 percent.

Whey products: (2009 U.S. production, comparisons with 2008)

Dry whey, total — 1.00 billion pounds, down 7.5 percent.

Lactose, human and animal — 723 million pounds, down 3.1 percent.

Whey protein concentrate, total — 415 million pounds, down 6.3 percent.

Frozen products: (2009 U.S. production, comparisons with 2008)

Ice cream, Regular (total) — 920 million gallons, down 1.1 percent.

Ice cream, Lowfat (total) — 381 million gallons, down 0.6 percent.

Sherbet (total) — 53.1 million gallons, down 8.0 percent.

Frozen Yogurt (total) — 74.4 million gallons, down 5.3 percent.

That’s a lot of dairy! With most of it being dessert or treats, it is also high in sugar as well aspartame, food coloring, chemicals, preservatives, msg and additives. There is also antibiotics and steroids that the cattle are getting and the pesticides they are and they could be eating genetically modified food. It contributes to heart disease, obesity and diabetes as well. It is a chaotic chain of harmful chemicals in our food chain. We need pure, natural, organic food!

Albert Einstein

In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same.