A New Definition for

and Why It is Necessary

dustry and the brand recognition that modern medicine has achieved, but healthcare has not yet truly had its revo- lutionary period. When preventable conditions dominate the most deadly list, kids are sicker now than ever (despite our


his will probably read as odd to many considering the economic strength of the pharmaceutical in-

wealth and resources), our health system ranks last in the world amongst our indus- trialized peers despite being first in cost, and adverse reactions and deaths via medications are out of control, contempo- rary healthcare can hardly be considered revolutionary, with respect given to spe- cific innovations. Recent events and deeply troubling repercussions have mag-

Gina Davis, FNP-C Gina Davis is a Board-Certified

nified the long-standing problem with basing healthcare on the theories of dis- ease. The time has, thus, come to redefine health so that we can begin designing the blueprint for healthcare's future. Gina Davis, FNP-C

Family Nurse Practitioner. She has been a nurse since 2003 and has specialized in diabetes management for the past10 years. She is commit- ted to helping others achieve their health potential physically, emo- tionally, and spiritually using a ho- listic approach.She is excited to help those looking to enhance their over- all health for thyroid, bioidentical hormones, autoimmune diseases, and many other issues. Let her help you to achieve Health as it Ought to Be.

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A problem cannot be fixed if its fundamen- tal cause is not identified. Health has been poorly defined for most of our lifetimes and we have been given a cradle-to-grave indoctrination of a narrow viewpoint on it. Just as you cannot achieve true freedom in a socialist state, you cannot change healthcare if the system that oversees it is philosophically rooted in sickness and symptom treatment. For all its proselytiz- ing on science, our healthcare system has failed to follow the basics of the scientific method, for though it may ask lots of ques- tions that become theoretical constructs, it overlooks the laws of life.

Thomas Edison was one of the greatest inventors who ever lived, using already proven laws on electricity to among other things light up our world. “The doctor of the future will give no medicine,” he said in 1903, “but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”

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