DIABETES

DIABETES

From “Harm Reduction” to Pediatric Addiction Epidemic: Another Medical Industry-Fueled, Predictable Public Health Threat: Inhalation of Nicotine Booming Among Youth, Linked to Increased Risk of Tobacco Use and Diabetes Epidemic ADDICTION TREATMENT, CULTURE, DIABETES, HARM REDUCTION, MEDICAL MODEL, SUBSTANCE USE, VAPING, YOUTH

From Jama-Endorsed Medical “Harm Reduction” to Child Substance Use Epidemic: Another Medical Industry Predictable Public Health Threat - Vaped Nicotine Booming Among Youth Linked to Increased Cigarette Use and Diabetes Epidemic by Clark Miller April 5, 2019 Accumulating evidence points to runaway rates of “vaping”... Read More

UPDATE – Nicotine Links Booming Youth Vaping With Previously Declining Cigarette Use Reversing and Rebounding, With New Warnings on Latent Youth Diabetes Epidemic ADDICTION TREATMENT, DIABETES, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, MEDICAL MODEL, OBESITY, SUBSTANCE USE, VAPING, YOUTH

UPDATE - Nicotine Links Booming Youth Vaping With Previously Declining Cigarette Use Reversing and Rebounding,  With New Warnings on Latent Youth Diabetes Epidemic by Clark Miller December 6, 2018 Evidence continues to accumulate pointing to increased prevalence of “vaping”, or use of e-cigarettes to inhale... Read More

UPDATE – France Joins U.S. and Canada on the Gateway List: As Vaping Booms Among Youth, Cigarette Use Rebounding, not Down ADDICTION TREATMENT, DIABETES, DISEASE MODEL, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, TOBACCO, VAPING, YOUTH

UPDATE – France Joins U.S. and Canada on the Gateway List: As Vaping Booms Among Youth, Cigarette Use Rebounding, not Down by Clark Miller November 27, 2018 Evidence continues to accumulate pointing to increased prevalence of “vaping”, or use of e-cigarettes to inhale vaporized nicotine... Read More

Vaping Population Gateway Effect? As Vaping Increases, Cigarette Use Rebounding, not Down, in Both U.S. and Canada DIABETES, MEDIA, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, SUBSTANCE USE, TOBACCO

Vaping Population Gateway Effect? As Vaping Increases, Cigarette Use Rebounding, not Down, in Both U.S. and Canada by Clark Miller November 6, 2018 Evidence continues to accumulate pointing to increased prevalence of “vaping”, or use of e-cigarettes to inhale vaporized nicotine (the addictive chemical in... Read More

Upcoming Post – Public Funds Misspent for Healthcare that Harms – Linking Tobacco Use, Addiction, Chronic Pain and Malfeasance to Worsening Opioid, Obesity, Substance Abuse and Diabetes Epidemics ACE, ADDICTION TREATMENT, CHRONIC PAIN, DIABETES, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, MANAGED CARE, MEDICAL MODEL, OBESITY, OPIOID CRISIS, SUBSTANCE USE, TOBACCO, UPCOMING POSTS

With opioid and substance use epidemics overwhelming public health response and continuing to claim lives – a half million predicted over the next decade for the opioid crisis alone – business-model managers (Coordinated Care Organizations, CCO) of public healthcare funds in one hard-hit rural area…

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Upcoming Post – The Hidden Addiction That Eclipses All Others – And Why We Can’t Face It ACE, DIABETES, DOXA, HEALTHCARE, MEDICAL MODEL, OBESITY, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, SUBSTANCE USE, UPCOMING POSTS

Business- and Medical-model industries controlling public healthcare funds send patients to medical visits to stop smoking, for prescription medications to reduce urges and nicotine patches, but neither are supported by research as significantly effective and both encourage patient belief in the invalidated medical model of…

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