Trust is for suckers…

This morning I watched a video that made me LAUGH OUT LOUD…I mean, really burst out laughing (even the second time I watched it). Obviously, I DISAGREE with the remarks made at the end…Still, I found it simply hilarious…

Hope you enjoy this: 


And now for a more, a much more!, serious topic that has nothing to do with my less-than-serious blog title (which refers to the above video…). 

Why do we have people being treated like cattle herds? That’s waste! And the billions of dollars that’s being wasted each year for screening, and the wrong drugs, and the wrong everything. It’s astounding. And we just can’t go on like this,” says Dr. Eric Topol during a recent, fascinating NBC “Rock Center” interview:  

Now, I have to admit that I’m more than a bit concerned about the use of all these “waves” and future “little grains of sand” sitting inside our bloodstream and sending out signals to our smart phones. Still, I really liked what he said about the wasteful nature of medicine today (towards the end of the interview) and “dumbing down” medicine and treating everyone the same…This doesn’t just apply to heart patients, as we well know…

P.S. I’m working on my smoldering post, so…stay tuned!!! 🙂

1 Comment

  1. I can’t get enough of the dog vs. cat video either. Its like I think the ending is going to be different and then I laugh out loud again.

    There is a study, “Curcumin for monoclonal gammopathies. What we can hope for, what should we fear?” in the Critical Reviews in Oncology/Hematology 84 (2012) 350-360. I’d love to send you the link for your take on it unless you already have it. (You usually do) It gets over my head by page 5.

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