Do you believe in any “health conspiracy theories”? Do you believe that there are “natural cures” for diseases that the medical establishment is not telling you about? Do you believe that vaccines, cell phones or the fluoride in the water can have a harmful impact on the health of your family?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are not alone. According to one recent survey, approximately half of all Americans believe in at least one “medical conspiracy theory”.
Thanks to the Internet, more people than ever are questioning the established dogma of the medical community. As a result, more people are starting to make their own health decisions, and this has resulted in quite a backlash from the medical establishment.
They are spending a lot of time, effort and money to combat these “health conspiracy theories”, but as you will see below, quite a few of them have turned out to be real.
But before we get to that, I wanted to share with you some of the specific results of the survey that I mentioned above. The following comes from USA Today:
The online survey of 1,351 adults found:
- 37% agree the Food and Drug Administration is keeping “natural cures for cancer and other diseases” away from the public because of “pressure from drug companies.”
- 20% believe health officials are hiding evidence that cellphones cause cancer.
- 20% believe doctors and health officials push child vaccines even though they “know these vaccines cause autism and other psychological disorders.”
- Smaller numbers endorse theories involving fluoride, genetically modified foods and the deliberate infection of African Americans with HIV.
- 49% believe at least one of the theories and 18% believe at least three.
Oh, my! So there are actually Americans that believe that “natural cures” exist and that vaccines and fluoride might have some very harmful side effects?
For the rest of the story: http://humansarefree.com/2014/04/top-10-health-conspiracy-facts.html