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Dr. Jerry Tenenbaum: Patients Upset – Poor Treatment Cited

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Xmeeting.com: Why are Dr.Tenenbaum’s patients so upset? Why is it that a majority of them refuse to recommend him to others? What is going on? While a large number of his patients are not ready to pay him another visit, on the other hand, a handful of them are just full of praises for him. There seem to be two extremes, though unequally divided, the bulk being against him.

For those who don’t know Dr. Jerry Tenenbaum, a certain website cites him to be a professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto, the Director of International Medical Graduate Program of Ontario and a Consultant of Rheumatology and Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital. Now let’s take a closer look at what he has done wrong to deserve such an outrage.

His behaviour seems to be a major problem according to his patients. They describe him as “rude” and “hurried”. They feel that he is a bit too harsh and direct. Some also expressed problems with his diagnosis and examination techniques. The patients were not very satisfied with his treatment and a few experienced a worsening of their maladies. One of the patients complained,

“I felt he rushed through too quickly and he didn’t seem too compassionate.”

Some patients, although loathing his bedside manner, were quite appreciative of his specialty and achievements. According to them, his expertise made up for his offensively impolite behaviour. Out of the many, one went on to say,

“I have found him to be extremely thorough. He seems genuinely concerned about eliminating pain/discomfort. He is some what brisk but takes the time to answer any questions that are asked. I would not hesitate to recommend him to friends.”

We can clearly see one thing, whetherpatients in his favour or the ones at odds with him, every one of them agrees that he has a certain level of audacity that is unlikable. Some have outright questioned his competence. And herein lies one of my concerns. With two contrasting opinions, we cannot determine Dr. Tenenbaum’s brilliance. Behaviour should not be used as a determinant, and the common man cannot know better than a doctor. You need to be one to know one.I suggest that you should consult more than one doctor whenever seeking treatment.

The issue at hand- of being rude and brisk- brings forth the question of ethics. The majority expects the doctor’s approach to be considerate. Dr. Tenenbaum appears to be acting in defiance of his patients’ expectations. And it is very common to experience disappointment when someone does that. Another complain was too many medical tests, which makes one wonder if he is only after monetary profit? It is always advisable to know about your doctor’s reputation.

Is being polite a part of the doctor’s job description? Typical work activities require doctors to be caring. So, does caring mean being kind and courteous all the time? Well, Dr. Tenenbaum’s bearing seems to disagree. Nevertheless, his seemingly unethical conduct is highly questionable. To me, this seems to be the most probable reason for the unhappiness of patients. As for destroyed lives, one is unforgivable.

Reference: www.JerryTenenbaum.com

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The Real Truth About Coronavirus Revealed by Smart Doctors

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The real truth has been revealed about Coronavirus/COVID-19 by the smartest doctors out there as well as a few other very qualified professionals. I’m taking a temporary hiatus on my video posting because these brave doctors and other top researchers (that have more credentials than me 😉 have been sharing great information lately.

Sure, I’ve said some of the same things but I’m not an MD so when an alternative MD risks his reputation to expose the truth it’s worth paying attention to so check out these videos.

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Here’s what Sharyl Attkisson told me about the 2009 “pandemic”

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The CDC would never launch a fake epidemic; certainly not…

And meet our old friend, Dr. Anthony Fauci, in another context…

History matters.

So I take you back to the summer of 2009, when the CDC and the World Health Organization were hyping the “deadly H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic.”

They were, of course, also urging people to take the new Swine Flu vaccine. On that subject, here is an excerpt from Robert Kennedy Jr.’s Children’s Health Defense (3/27/20):

“For example, [Dr. Anthony] Fauci once shilled for the fast-tracked H1N1 influenza (‘swine flu’) vaccine on YouTube, reassuring viewers in 2009 that serious adverse events were ‘very, very, very rare.’ Shortly thereafter, the vaccine went on to wreak havoc in multiple countries, increasing miscarriage risks in pregnant women in the U.S., provoking a spike in adolescent narcolepsy in Scandinavia and causing febrile convulsions in one in every 110 vaccinated children in Australia—prompting the latter to suspend its influenza vaccination program in under-fives.”

Thank you. Dr. Fauci. Explain to us why you haven’t been downgraded to pumping gas in Death Valley or sent to prison?

Back to the Swine Flu pandemic. In the summer of 2009, the CDC was claiming there were thousands of cases in the US. But behind these statistics lay an unnerving secret. A crime, considering the CDC’s mandate to report the truth to the American people:

Secretly, the CDC had stopped counting cases of Swine Flu.

What? Why?

CBS investigative reporter, Sharyl Attkisson, discovered the CDC secret; and she found out why.

The routine testing of tissue samples from the most likely Swine Flu patients was coming back, in the overwhelming percentage of cases, with: NO SIGN OF SWINE FLU OR ANY OTHER KIND OF FLU.

Attkisson wrote an article about this scandal, and it was published on the CBS News website. However, the next, bigger step—putting out the story on CBS television news—was waylaid. No deal. And CBS shut down any future investigation on the subject. Attkisson’s article died on the vine. No other major news outlet in the world picked up her article and ran with it deeper into the rabbit hole.

Here is what Attkisson told me when I interviewed her:

Rappoport: In 2009, you spearheaded coverage of the so-called Swine Flu pandemic. You discovered that, in the summer of 2009, the Centers for Disease Control, ignoring their federal mandate, [secretly] stopped counting Swine Flu cases in America. Yet they continued to stir up fear about the “pandemic,” without having any real measure of its impact. Wasn’t that another investigation of yours that was shut down? Wasn’t there more to find out?

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7 reasons to go bananas for bananas

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(Natural News) Bananas, for the most part, come with a bevy of health benefits, making it a total package all on its own. It’s also one of the most consumed fruits in the U.S., with the average American eating more than 11 pounds of bananas each year (over just 10 pounds of apples, the second most-consumed fruit). Interestingly enough, bananas don’t come from trees — the plant the fruit comes from is technically a herb as the stem does not contain true woody tissue.

Still, no matter where it comes from, bananas offer a range of health benefits, including treatments for digestion, depression, and more. Eating two bananas a day can relieve bloating and increase the number of good bacteria in the gut. People who have mood problems would benefit from eating bananas, thanks to vitamin B6 and tryptophan which help in regulating and boosting mood. The fruit is also great for people with chronic conditions like cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, as it is packed with essential nutrients to improve their condition and help regulate their cholesterol levels.

Bananas have got you covered

People have been eating bananas for a long time, with written records saying that the fruit has been part of our diet for thousands of years. The plant is believed to be native to Southeast Asia, where many varieties of wild bananas still grow today. While the international trade of bananas started by the end of the 14th century, developments in transport — in particular, refrigerated maritime transport — helped make bananas into the most traded fruit in the world. Currently, bananas are grown in 150 countries, with 105 million tonnes produced annually. There are different varieties of bananas; however, the most commonly consumed is the Cavendish variety. (Related: Banana nutrition facts – nine things you probably never knew about this nutritious tropical food.)

In terms of calories, a medium-sized banana only has 95 calories, and it can provide a natural, sustained energy boost without the fat, cholesterol, and sodium of other common snacks. Here are more reasons to add bananas to your diet, if you haven’t already.

  1. It’s high in fiber. Bananas are rich in both soluble and insoluble fiber, which helps a person stay full for a long time. It’s one of the reasons that bananas are often part of breakfast in many regions in the world.
  2. It improves heart health. Foods that are high in fiber, such as bananas, lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases like coronary disease.
  3. It helps with digestion. In Ayurveda, bananas are described to have a sweet and sour taste. The sour taste, in particular, can stimulate agni or the digestive juices, which play a major role in digestion and metabolism build-up.
  4. It’s nutrient-rich. Bananas are packed with essential vitamins and minerals, including B-vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, folate, and B6; calcium; potassium; manganese; and magnesium. These play a synergistic role in keeping the body healthy.
  5. It’s one of the best sources of potassium. The fruit is known to be a rich source of potassium, which is important in regulating heartbeat and blood pressure. The brain also uses potassium to stay alert. However, those with advanced chronic kidney disease should seek the advice of a healthcare professional before eating bananas, as this may cause potassium levels in the body to rise to unsafe levels.
  6. It regulates blood pressure. The low salt content in bananas, coupled with its high potassium content, make the fruits ideal in managing hypertension.
  7. It fights anemia. People suffering from anemia would do well to eat bananas, given its high iron content.

Bonus: Start your day with this healthy banana bread recipe

The difference with this banana bread recipe over others is that it uses ingredients like whole wheat flour and naturally sweetened honey, rather than using refined flour and sugar which can send a person’s blood sugar through the roof. (h/t to CookieandKate.com.)

What you’ll need:

  • ? cup, melted coconut oil or extra-virgin olive oil
  • ½ cup honey (or maple syrup, if you prefer)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup, mashed ripe bananas
  • ¼ cup milk or water
  • 1 teaspoon, baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon, vanilla extract
  • ½ teaspoon, salt
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 ¾ cups, whole wheat flour
  • nuts or dried fruits of your choice (optional)

How to do it:

  1. Preheat oven to 325 F (165 C).
  2. Grease a 9-by 5-inch loaf pan.
  3. In a large bowl, whisk the oil and honey. Add the eggs and beat well, then whisk in mashed bananas and milk. (If the coconut oil becomes solid after coming into contact with the cold ingredients, rest it in a warm place like on top of a stove for a few minutes.)
  4. Add the baking soda, vanilla, salt, and cinnamon, then whisk to blend.
  5. Switch to a spatula and stir in the flour gradually until combined. If you have any additional mix-ins, such as walnuts, gently fold them in as well.
  6. Pour the batter into the greased loaf pan and lightly dust with cinnamon on top.
  7. Bake for 55 to 60 minutes. (To see if the bread is properly baked, poke it with a toothpick to the center. The toothpick should come out clean afterward.)
  8. Remove from the oven and let the bread cool in the loaf pan for 10 minutes.
  9. Transfer onto a wire rack to cool for an additional 20 minutes before slicing.

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