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Research Scientist Reports On Time-Tested Solution To Current Medical Crisis
Date:7/27/2009

Modern Medicine is in a state of crisis largely due to the failure of highly profitable miracle drugs which had replaced the time-tested inner healing powers of individuals. In his latest article, The Perfect Health Plan: Proven, Safe, Effective, and Inexpensive, research scientist Robert L. Peck reports that over 100,000 deaths occur per year from these FDA approved, properly prescribed, and properly administered miracle drugs. He explains how the solution to this current medical crisis is to: 1) embrace health as any state of optimal functioning, well being, or progress, 2) publicize the power of the physician's bedside manner as a controlled placebo effect now known to cure without deadly side effects and 3) publicize the ancient suppressed methods of increasing the body's inner higher energies necessary for attaining total health.

Lebanon, CT (PRWEB) July 27, 2009 -- The most ignored medical crisis today, the rising deaths resulting from FDA approved drugs, should force a review of the time-tested and safe health plan. In his article, The Perfect Health Plan: Proven, Safe, Effective, and Inexpensive, now posted on ControllingYourHormones.com, research scientist Robert L. Peck reports the need to understand and apply: 1) the metaphysical power of a physician's bedside manner and 2) the existence of the self-controllable inner healing energy of the human body. Both are necessitated by the rising deaths from properly prescribed and administered miracle drugs.

Known for his work in converting common heat into electrical power, Peck compares his d
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