Public education isn’t what it used to be. Some of us can remember back in the day when school was challenging and filled with many new things to learn. Before mobile phones and twitter, we used to read more than we do today. Times have changed, but have you changed, too?
Never forget that it’s important to research both sides of any issue. When you are resolving a health issue, one of the first things you should do is research it from every angle. Learning about the history of disease, the AMA, Big Pharma, and about past, present, and future treatments and cures is critical to understand why you may be ill, how to prevent it, and how to cure it.
Yep, back in the day, we used to be able to use the term cure – today, not so much.
If you want to understand why you may be experiencing health symptoms, if you’ve been diagnosed with a disease, or if another “coof” is unleashed on humanity, take the time to learn all that you can about the situation. And don’t be discouraged if what you read goes against the mainstream – many times mainstream media promotes just one-side of a health issue.
Any issue, actually.
Do some research on it and learn about the other side. You don’t have to agree with it – just become more aware.
This is true intelligence!
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