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more than 70% of adults across the United States have already been diagnosed with a chronic disease

I wonder what proportion of that 70% is female.

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They'll probably tell us, HB. Want to venture a guess? They say it's because we have more hormones than men but I don't know. Women also live longer so it's probably more than 50%.

I do feel the cause of chronic illness is due to an imbalance in the two nervous systems and that's where we really need treatment. It begins in the brain. Genes are only a small fraction because they can be turned off (or on). I hope this series is as good as the previous ones.

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Thanks for heads up Heloise!

In diary. Any party with Dr Tom and I will be there!

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I think there is more to it than just women having more hormones.

1) Research on diseases which are mostly or completely female are much less researched (unless its breast cancer, but then a lot of men love breasts) than diseases which affect both sexes or just men.

2) Women are assumed to be lying about their symptoms because they are neurotic, hysterical hypochondriacs.

3) Even when researchers are investigating female only diseases e.g. uterine cancer, they will use men as the subjects of research even though men don't have wombs. Don't believe me? See this link - it's old but still shocking :

articles.chicagotribune.com...

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For centuries experts have studied groups of males and applied the results to all of us. The trouble is, all of us aren`t male--more than half of us are female.

One of the most outrageous examples is going on right now at Rockefeller University in New York.

Researchers there are studying the effects of obesity on estrogen activity and the tendency for women to develop breast and uterine cancer. All the subjects being studied are male.

Article continues at the link above - it's very short.

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That was interesting. Do you think they couldn't get a thousand women to participate....waste of time? They should figure out why people are obese first, shouldn't they? Not enough T3 perhaps? Too much manufactured "food". Have you heard of Patrick Nemecek? I think he is on to something.

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