I don't know how some doctors do it. Most oncologists have never had cancer. Most orthopedic surgeons have never gone under the knife. Few therapists have ever fought overseas and experienced post traumatic stress disorder. It must be hard to have empathy if you've never experienced the condition for yourself.
Recently, a media report proposed a link between supplementing with fish oil and prostate cancer. This was put out on all the major media outlets. It was in newspapers, magazines, and on the morning news. Why not? The media has one job: attract eyeballs. Plenty of people take fish oil and everybody is afraid of getting cancer so the media was falling over themselves to push this story out to an unknowing public. But is there any merit to this claim that fish oil may be linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer? Absolutely not.
"I'm starting a new diet."
When I hear these these words, I shudder...because diets don't work. First of all, the term "going on a diet" implies that the change is short term. (A diet is like a train...if you go on you probably plan to get off, right?)
A recent study at Harvard Medical School has linked the consumption of soda to knee arthritis. I don't think anybody who drinks soda habitually thinks that it is a "healthy" choice but sucking down soda may have more health consequences than just a larger waistline.
Norton Shores Michigan Chiropractor - By now, just about everybody has heard about the outbreak of a rare form of fungal meningitis that was caused by a “bad batch” of steroid injections. These injections are commonly used in patients for the treatment of back pain. This outbreak occurred back in September of 2012 and resulted in more than 400 cases of meningitis nationwide, 32 of which died from the illness. Michigan led the way with more than 230 cases and 10 deaths.