Pharmaceutical Fraud! Healthcare industry earning billions from baseless drugs and services

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There are different drugs for different diseases and sometimes there is more than one medicine for a single disease. Now, are these drugs really useful? Many may say yes, but Natural News reveals something else. Most of the drugs that are used today are not only useless but harmful as well. Take for example the antipsychotic drugs. Though it is propagated that these antipsychotic drugs are absolutely safe, recent studies show that they are not only unsafe but ineffective as well. Researchers opine that most antipsychotic drugs may have horrible effects including neurological disorder, internal restlessness, coma and even death.

Even children are not safe from the onslaught of harmful drugs. Natural News reports that most of the medicines meant for children are coated with harmful chemicals including synthetic petrochemicals and aluminum. The synthetic petrochemicals are mainly carcinogens that consist of petroleum, ammonia and antifreeze. Exposure to aluminum can lead to severe damage in the nervous system including dementia, mental retardation, epilepsy, autism, and memory impairments. Moreover, the drugs for children are heavily colored with toxic chemicals that can prove to be disastrous in the long run.

It is quite unfortunate that the healthcare sector has nowadays turned into an industry where clinics and hospitals are desperately trying to maximize their profits. The latest addition to the long list of medical tyranny is the unnecessary and needless surgeries that are carried out over elderly people in the name of giving them a better life. A recent study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health shows that out of 1.8 million sexagenarian medical beneficiaries who died in 2008 over 34 percent were operated on in the last year of their life, 25 percent were operated on in the last month and 10 percent were operated on in the last week.


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