Even as costs soar to go to the American medical schools entrance remains as always highly competitive. Every year there are honor students from good colleges and universities whose applications are rejected and the rejected students are told perhaps they need some research papers or volunteer work on board to get accepted and that they could try again the next year. Yet in every medical school class there are many students accepted who were not honor students who never did any research or volunteer work. Part of the reason for this situation is of course very wealthy alumni family connections with very generous donations to the medical schools. Another consideration herein is the attitudes of applicants regarding the brutal human rights abuses inherent in the practice of psychiatry which is supported by every medical school. Herein right from wrong is turned inside out with blind support for the heavily government funded psychiatry programs being demanded. Students with the right connections and mediocre grades who offer strong support for the human rights abuses inherent in psychiatry are often accepted to the medical schools. What are referred to as left wing radical do- gooders who want to see humanism in every aspect of health care including mental health care are generally rejected from medical school no matter how strong their credentials are. And if these do-gooder characteristics with whistle blowing tendencies about abuses of patients surface later on during medical school or thereafter the mainstream medical profession generally gangs up on them and ruins their careers and lives with allegations they must be mentally ill or they would not have chosen to take positions against what they are taught to do to patients by psychiatrists. And so psychiatry is at the heart of the medical profession being a dangerously corrupt profession where those with universally accepted characteristics of being among the "Best & Brightest" in society are pushed down into the depths of failure and despair and often forced to struggle to survive on the fringes of society!
CCHR: Big Pharma--"Define Better"
In a survey of 1800 people who were prescribed antidepressants it was found only a small number were warned by doctors about the potential withdrawal or addiction side-effects. Yet more than 50% experienced withdrawal effects after coming off the medication and 33% reported addiction.>>>Read more from RNZ>>>
Psychiatrists in the United Kingdom have been getting considerable kickbacks from private clinics as a reward for referring wealthy patients who are suffering from addictions. These payments, which are not allowed under General Medical Council (GMC) rules, have been blamed for increasing the cost of private health care. >>>Read more from Daily Mail>>>
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR) has warned state and school authorities not to institute mental health screenings. It has been pointed out that there have been many cases of violence associated with the use of or withdrawal from antidepressants.>>>Read more from Herald Matters>>>
Deaths from conditions which are treatable may cost the world trillions of dollars every year according to researchers at Harvard Medical School. It has been observed that eight million such deaths which were amenable occurred worldwide in 2015 with a cost of a loss of $6 trillion in economic welfare.>>>Read more from Harvard Medical School>>>
Research has upheld that eating fish at least twice a week is good for your cardiovascular health. Eating fish, particularly those which are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, lowers the risk of heart failures, coronary heart disease, cardiac arrest, and ischemic stroke.>>>Read more from the American Heart Association>>>
According to researchers in China people who eat an egg a day could significantly decrease their risk of cardiovascular diseases in comparison with not eating any eggs. A study has found that there is an association between moderate level of egg consumption and a decreased rate of cardiac events.>>>Read more from BMJ>>>
The flavonoids which are found in cacao are very potent antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents which have beneficial effects on brain and cardiovascular health. Researchers have found eating dark chocolate has positive effects on stress levels, mood, memory, inflammation and immunity. >>>Read more from Loma Linda University>>>
According to an international study there is an association between frequent sauna bathing and a decreased risk of stroke. In this study people taking a sauna 4-7 times a week were found to be 61 percent less likely to suffer a stroke than those people taking a sauna just once a week.>>>Read more from University of Eastern Finland>>>
Every year more than 135,500 cases of cancer a year in the UK could be prevented with lifestyle changes, according to researchers. This is equal to 37.7% of all cancers which are diagnosed each year in the UK and 41.5% in Scotland.>>>Read more from Cancer Research UK>>>