Health And The EconomyWritten by Dr. Randy Wysong
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Government is not solution, since it produces nothing but only takes. Government saps an economy, it does not create it. The more that government is hands off, better economic vitality. A robust private sector economy (environmentally responsible), on other hand, is not enemy as it is so often portrayed, but is critical to financial vitality. Capitalism is not in itself a demon since it merely provides mechanism for prosperity and with that opportunity for a society to focus on matters of health and altruism. It works well if ambition and hard work, not merely greed, are its tools. The inevitable decline of our standard of living is an inevitable and irreversible trend for foreseeable future. It should concern us not because we want to see American super abundance continue, but because those who are unaware and get caught as casualties in this economic downturn will suffer in so many ways. The world is no longer business as usual. Good health is not just about diets, supplements, organic foods and aerobics. Itís also about being safe, like driving carefully, not standing on top of a stepladder, wearing safety glasses when chipping stone...and working hard, keeping our financial house in order and supporting societal choices that do same. Life is not surety, and neither is our economy. Nevertheless, hard work and prudent management will never be replaced and is as close to security as we can ever get. It, not entitlements and guarantees, is what ultimately creates financial footing we need for good health and a sustainable, better and more peaceful world.
Dr. Wysong is author of seven books on health, nutrition, philosophy and origin of life. He is director of the non-profit Wysong Instute and author of the Wysong e-Health Newsletter (free on-line) now in its 18th year of continuous publication. http://www.wysong.net
HGH Or Human Growth Hormone, A GlimpseWritten by Travis
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Probably most difficult of all reasons why individuals, children and adults, who suffer from human growth deficiency, do not seek treatment is cost. In developed world, most children who are severely deficient will be offered treatment. But, costs can range from $10,000 to $30,000 a year if not more. For adults, this is significantly lower because they require a much smaller dose. But, for many this is an unreachable goal. The good news is that most children do get treatment through one means or another.
For anyone suffering from this disorder, any relief can help them to repair not only their bodies, but their fragile self esteem and emotional well being. In Europe and in other countries besides Untied States, hormone treatments for children are administered regularly as treatment for this disease. The benefits are enormous because, simply put, children can go on to grow as their peers do without risk of side effects and prolonged problems. This in itself can lead to many happy families.
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