The Real Cause of Hillary’s Health Scares Is Likely Adverse Drug Reaction, says Dr. Richard Ruhling

PRESCOTT, AZ – 1 Feb, 2016 – A headline asks the real cause of Hillary’s health scares. The article by NY Times best-selling author Jerome Corsi cites blurred vision and confusion among the side effects of drugs that she takes for blood clotting problems. She wears special glasses to reduce double vision and an email from her aide Huma indicated that she was “often confused.”

Adverse Drug Reactions are nothing new, says Dr. Richard Ruhling, retired physician who taught Health Science at Loma Linda University. He says his former wife died after a urinary antibiotic wiped out her platelets in the bone marrow and she died of a stroke in spite of splenectomy, transfusions, gamma globulin and high steroids. Her hematologist signed the death certificate as Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, but thePhysician’s Desk Reference showed her antibiotic could have been the ‘unknown’ cause.

Ruhling moved to the DC area to confront senators with medical literature supporting prescription drugs as the leading cause of death until one senator said, “You are wasting your time – they own us,” speaking of drug company donations to their reelection campaign.

The drug companies played a leading role in the 20,000 pages ‘Affordable Care Act’ known as Obamacare and criticized by Republicans, but drug donations to their reelection is probably why they didn’t get rid of it. Dr. Carson said it’s “the worst thing since slavery,” and promised a repeal that would favor real health care with incentives for positive life-style changes, rather than some drug to relieve symptoms for a while.

Dr. Ruhling agrees with Dr. Carson, saying that if we were born “normal” and have health problems 30, 50 or 70 years later, we did it to ourselves, mostly by what we’ve put in our mouths. The Good News is that this is usually reversible if we are willing to ‘bite the bullet,’ and make some serious changes.

Ruhling reflects on his experience in Executive Health. One man told him sugar bothered his joints. Another said that cheese made his joints ache. A third said that meat gave him arthritis. These were smart men who had figured it out, but Ruhling says he couldn’t figure out his headaches. He even consulted a neurologist who taught medical students, but was told food is ‘a very rare cause for [his] type of headaches.’

Later an allergist found the cause to be wheat as in bread, pasta, pastry and asserted that food allergies are responsible for most chronic illnesses for which physicians can’t find the cause. It can be hard to determine because the reaction is delayed, like with nicotine. People don’t get sick when they smoke; they get sick on withdrawal which often peaks in three days and over the hump in five days – the 5-Day Plan is an example.

Seeking an answer to chronic health problems, allergists recommend a diet change to avoid favorite foods that stimulate us, but can give a let-down later. Avoiding the common foods that include dairy, egg, wheat, corn, peanuts for a week while using brown rice and fruits or vegetables that we don’t eat so often (and are probably not part of the problem) should bring worse symptoms initially but better by the end of the week, according to Ruhling.

On the political said, he thinks Trump’s advantages of negotiating better trade with China may be trumped up, and that a calmer, steadier person under pressure who builds a good team and understands healthcare like Carson could do more for our country, also in education, with less risk of violent Muslim reaction, etc.

Richard Ruhling, MD, MPH was board-certified in Internal Medicine before teaching at Loma Linda University. He recommends a DVD, Eating, that includes Bill Clinton’s cardiologist from the Cleveland Clinic and 5 minutes of it can be seen at his website, 

He also has authored Why You Shouldn’t Ask Your Doctoravailable on Amazon.

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