Quackery — a dishonest practice that claims to have special knowledge and skill in some field, typically medicine!
I want to tell you about a tiny germ that is constantly changing its shape and design. It’s so little that no one can see it without special glasses.
The germ can enter your body, infect its cells and make you have terrible diseases.
Humans have no natural protection against these nearly invisible structures. The only thing that offers people protection against the tiny terrorists are special potions injected into your body by an instrument called a syringe.
Sometimes the tiny germs won’t make you sick. Instead, they stay in your body quietly and wait for you to pass them on to your friends and relatives so that they can make them sick.
The only sure way to know if you have the tiny germs in your body is to visit a special priest who wears a white coat. The priest has a magic wand he sticks in your nose that tells him if you have the germ in your body.
If you follow the priest’s instructions and believe that the magic wand and potions work, you are praised by others who also believe the same things.
If you don’t follow the priest’s instructions and don’t believe the magic wand and potions work, you are ridiculed by others who believe the words and wisdom of the priest.
A large portion of modern medicine is based on quackery and unscientific principles that have been inserted into the profession and promoted by big pharma.
Healthcare consumers have been the recipients of quackery and health disinformation for so long that they cannot separate fact from fiction.
What is perceived by most people to be science is, in fact, pseudoscience, and what is perceived by the same people as pseudoscience is, in fact, science!
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