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Richard Amerling
Natural born contrarian physician. Father. Nephrologist. Professor. Bassist. Sailor.
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Richard Amerling 3h
This largely explains massive exodus from private practice to hospital practice, with attendant cost increases.
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Amy Berger 15h
These are great suggestions, but as always, feel free to drink whatever you like with whatever you want to pair it with. :)
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Marilyn Singleton Apr 19
“The Corruption of Evidence Based Medicine — Killing for Profit” by
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Scott K Aberegg MD MPH 15h
Hans Asperger Aided Nazi Child Euthanasia, Study Says via
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AssocAmerPhys&Surg 22h
Stop The IRS from Blocking Patients’ Use of Health Savings Accounts for Direct Primary Care, 1,125 Doctors and Patients Tell Congress.
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Gary Fettke 19h
Enjoying my black tea this morning. Along comes 2 help me enjoy it even more because of the health benefits. Mostly association but power by numbers or cognitive dissonance. Either way, a good start. needs hers in the morning :)
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Dr Aseem Malhotra Apr 19
Absolutely. We need a national campaign to reduce the medications (mostly prescribed on dubious evidence) people are taking and push lifestyle to forefront. YOU CANNOT DRUG PEOPLE INTO BEING HEALTHIER!
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Robert Lustig MD Apr 18
Production of foie gras (duck or goose liver fattened by force) is controversial & cruel - but this is what humans are doing to their livers & to their children's livers. is one of the fastest growing chronic diseases on earth.
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AssocAmerPhys&Surg 14h
Frightening summary of Dr. Robert VanBoven's epic battles with hospital administrators, the Texas Medical Board, the VA, NPDB, and others, after daring to stand up for patients. If you doubt there's a war against doctors, read this:
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AssocAmerPhys&Surg 21h
"Overcharges occur throughout the rest of our health care system too. Why? Because insurers don’t care about costs nearly as much as patients do. If we want to get health care spending under control, we should pay for it directly as often as we can."
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Macro Four Apr 14
For those doctors, dietitians & other scientists who think about metabolism & passed biochem 101, here you go. For those who failed biochem 101, just keep telling yourself it is about CICO (eating fewer calories than you burn).😜
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Starofthesea Apr 18
Time to send the government packing. IMO the real problem is unholy alliance between big government and big business. Bust it all down to size.
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Richard Amerling Apr 18
Totally agree. This is a major source of corruption, and I’m afraid it will never really change. This is why we need to spread the word.
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Richard Amerling Apr 17
Ditch sugar, alcohol, and cut carbs.
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Dr Aseem Malhotra Apr 17
‘To protect their reputations academic institutions conceal research misconduct, destroy evidence and silence whistleblowers’
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Nina Teicholz Apr 17
I can confirm from interviewing hundreds of scientists that whistle blowers are indeed penalized and effectively silenced. (present day examples of attempted silencing include non-academic whistle blowers like yrs truly and )
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Richard Amerling Apr 17
Insulin required for protein anabolism. This is normal and healthy! Insulin resistance is pathological.
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Dr Aseem Malhotra Apr 16
When the history of the world’s attempt to to combat the epidemic is written people will wonder how did we even allow our hospitals to become a branding opportunity for the junk food industry?
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Krisna Hanks Apr 17
How bad? Bad, in terms of nutrition just look around.
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