I am not advocating you get rid of doctors; I’m saying it’s time to change our own personal health paradigm. To accomplish the change we need to stop being afraid that missing the diagnosis of a disease will send us directly to the morgue. As we change from focusing on getting a diagnosis to staying healthy, our health will improve.
While everyone is worrying about swine flu, let’s make sure you know the difference between common cold or fall allergies
Are you suffering from the swine flu, or just an allergy or cold? Dr. Erika teaches us how to tell the difference, and how to treat allergies and colds.
Heavy people who are stressed get even heavier, regardless of diet and exercise. Dr. Erika explains why stress packs on the pounds and how to manage stress so that the body can come back into balance.
It’s all about prevention, but how can you even begin to address prevention when the real implementers of prevention aren’t even part of the discussion? I’m referring to the doctor-patient relationship which ultimately makes or breaks the entire system. Remember Dr. Welby? Remember when doctors were beloved and patients were respected and cared for? Those were the days when the cost of healthcare was not prohibitive. In those days genomics and MRIs were scarce but good will and health were abundant. What changed?