There are very few and vague references to scientific data. Because it is doubtful that any Institutional Review Board would approve of steroid studies at supraphysiologic doses, good study data is limited. However, poling bodybuilders is not good science. One bodybuilder he interviewed in his book intimated that bodybuilders are less than trustworthy. The only physicians the author interviews in his book involve the topic of genetic doping.
MDMA should be reviewed and rescheduled due to the fact that the initial scheduling reports were flawed, there are vast medical uses for MDMA in treating patients who have shown no improvements with other psychological treatments, and there is a very low possibility of death amongst users of unadulterated MDMA. Why must we withhold a drug that can be so very useful for the treatment of extreme mental conditions and possibly cure thousands of Americans of their
Needle Exchange Programs: A Good Idea? Needle exchange programs (N.E.Ps) for intravenous (IV) drug users have been a controversial topic in the United States for years. For many users, sterile syringes are not readily available and drug laws in some countries make it illegal to distribute or possess syringes that serve a purpose that is not medical. As a result, many drug users share needles, which contribute to the spread of diseases such as HIV and Hepatitis C which has become a serious problem around the world. The spread of these diseases among addicts has risen to such an extent that starting in the 80s, some activists and cities began opening needle exchanges.
The sheer numbers involved results is a random combination of health implications. Most people will not notice anything, or pass any slight symptom off as getting older. Other people who have more of a reaction will go to the doctor and get diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a catch all disease that was created about a decade ago to give doctors something to tell the patient when they complained. The doctors can't accurate diagnose or understand what or why a patient is feeling a certain way, so the corrupt medical establishment gives them this nonsense to spew.
Many immigrants do not pay taxes, and they may receive welfare or other forms of government assistance which is extremely unfair to tax payers. Another negative impact is exposure to health risks which coincides with health care. Immigrants are often uninsured or underinsured, and forty-three percent of noncitizens under 65 have no health insurance. While entering in the U.S immigrants may carry diseases that have possibilities of never getting treated. In Madeleine Peiner Cosman (2005) her journal states “by default we grant health passes to illegal aliens, yet illegal aliens harbor fatal diseases that American medicine fought and vanquished long ago”.
Unfortunately, such simple postulates break down in the presence of the complexities of the real world: Not all substance abusers are frightening "drug fiends"; neither are they necessarily dependent, needy, demanding "oral characters." The explanation for substance abuse is not found purely in the drug. Most adults are able to drink socially without becoming alcoholics; some of us are repeatedly exposed to opiates (e.g., after surgery) without becoming addicts.
Prohibition versus Legalizing Medical Marijuana The use of alternative therapy is often criticized due to the lack of scientific testing and results in a strong argument of safety and efficacy. Studies show that forty percent of the general public is using some form of Complimentary Alternative Medicine (CAM) (Annas). Medical marijuana is also termed as alternative medicine, unconventional, complementary or integrative (Annas). The use of marijuana for medicinal purposes is gaining momentum because doctors have been prescribing medicinal marijuana to treat pain, nausea, severe weight loss, and vomiting which are side effects associated with chemotherapy and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Fifteen states have approved the use of medical marijuana.
That is right, I said free emergency care and then the care they are supposed to pay for, they do not, for the most part, have the means to pay their medical bills off. As bad as that is we have citizens, taxpayers, hard working blue collar Americans that are refused care. The healthcare assistance programs are so tapped out from the tab of illegal aliens’ care that paying for a 12 year olds heart transplant is impossible to do! I do not see how or why this goes uncorrected. In the 40 years prior to 2002 there were 900 cases of leprosy in the United States.
Spice Allergy James L. Chen and Sami L. Bahna both explore spice allergies and how it is applied in clinical practice by conducting a study in 2011. They recognize that spices contain harmful allergens and that spice allergies are underdiagonsed. Spices can be purchased in an vast majority and is widely used all around the world. Despite the large usage of spices, many are not aware of spice allergies that might be occurring to a small amount of people. Although, there are not many victims of spice allergies it is as important to examine the causes and effects of spice allergies as it can occur to anyone.
Having human trials for the vaccine would take too long for any defects (An example would be Thalidomide, which caused birth defects in the 1960s because of incomplete animal testing by today’s standards. US regulations have expanded on what conditions a drug must be tested under due to the incident [Gauvra, 2011]) to show and not having trials is not an option when it comes to the flu. Should the vaccine be unavailable, a significant portion of the population would fall ill every year, and the number of deaths from just the flu would skyrocket. As well, there would be a sharp decline in the quality of life for humans. Many companies use animal trials to test out the safety of new drugs, pesticides, medication, food additives, packing materials, and anything else with chemical ingredients.