Health And The EconomyWritten by Dr. Randy Wysong
We normally do not think that health is related to economics other than with regard to costs of medical care. But there is another more fundamental way money impacts our wellbeing. If you could not pay your bills or had to worry about where next meal would come from, would you be thinking about health, or survival? When we are trying to stay alive moment-to-moment we don’t think about food choices, supplements, organic farming, animal welfare or environmental issues. Those considerations are a “luxury” dependent upon economic capability. But they are a luxury we must have if we are to live a reflective life and survive on planet Earth. Without a robust economy, you can pretty much forget about people being environmental, health conscious, or even civil to one another. In starving nations, war is endemic, disease rampant and environment is only a raw material to be ravaged to hopefully live to next day. The emerging world economy will ultimately place great economic stress on United States. It already has. Thousands of jobs are being lost to overseas companies employing workers requiring a fraction of wages demanded here. People in America increasingly try to maintain a standard of living through debt. This is great for all banks popping up on almost every street corner, but bad for people. Just in past year there have been almost two million personal bankruptcies declared. To compete in marketplace, companies must keep their costs down. If that means shifting manufacturing elsewhere, that’s what will be done. India, China and other Eastern rim countries are beneficiaries of this shift in manufacturing and labor pool. While American workers are clamoring for things to return to way they were with high wages and generous benefits, workers in developing countries are happy as can be having a job for five dollars a day. This trend will not go away with “buy American” banners or political rhetoric about treaties, minimum wages and outsourcing. The global economy is here to stay and that will mean American standard of living will retract and developing world’s will improve. Expect a decline in standard of living, falling wages and investment insecurity.
HGH Or Human Growth Hormone, A GlimpseWritten by Travis
HGH is an abbreviation for term Human Growth Hormone which is a treatment for people who are severely behind in growth. It is mainly used for children, although there are many benefits associated with adults taking hormone as well. This hormone is produced by pituitary gland. While years ago it was necessary for hormone to be supplied from a pituitary gland, science has developed HGH that is synthetic and just as high quality.
HGH is a protein based hormone that helps with growth and production of cells. It has been shown to show significant improvements when injected into children who are severely behind in their growth. There are many advantages and very few and rarely occurring side effects. The hormone is injected into muscle or subcutaneous tissue. In most cases, injection is painless and done with same type of syringes used for insulin. In children, there are many different ways in which HGH works. It can help them to grow faster and they will have increased strength and better motor development as well. Body fat may lessen as a sign of development. Probably best benefit to this treatment is that children will emotionally and socially reap rewards as they grow and become more capable of meeting goals of children their age.
In adults, HGH can help in a number of ways as well. It can give enhanced energy and even strength. It can also improve bone density as well. Muscle mass increases may be at risk of adipose tissue, though. It is undetermined whether mortality of adults taking this hormone will be affected, though. A basic injection will be three injections per week. The doses are usually only 25% of what children receive. Many adults who experience human growth deficiency (the cause for needed HGH) do not get treatments that can benefit them for a number of reasons. First, cost is high and many insurance companies simply do not cover it. Or, they may fear injections or simply will refuse to go see a doctor.