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Woe Is Me

Prior to 1997, the FDA did not allow for explicit commercials of pharmaceutical drugs on your television set. Just a year after, the budget for drug advertising tripled to $1.2 billion in 1998. It quadrupled during the following decade topping off at over $5 billion and has since leveled off around $4 billion annually. Read More

DSM and other stuff

I appreciated this article.
Clearly DSM has become part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Seems like whoever is producing this "Bible" of sort is stuck in reductionist, linear thinking and a prisoner in their their own world.

For Pharmaceutical companies, simply living is a condition that calls for a drug of some sort.

What is extraordinary about the human condition is that we readily accept the absurd, grossly disfunctional and self destructive as normal and not worthy of attention. Of course I could be talking about systemic societal issues but actually I am thinking about ourselves, myself included.

Health Food Is The Way

We all have 20lbs. of impacted fecal matter in our
bodies no matter how thin we look. Unless we get our
colon's irrigated we slow poision ourselves.

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Sam Louie is a therapist with a private practice in Seattle specializing in multicultural issues and sexual addiction.

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