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Could This Give Elderlys Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, ect...And Some Thoughts

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Last Edited: November 13, 2010, 9:14 am

I receive treatments from the doctor, i get some pills but i´ve been keeping old medications for about 10 years...Well guess what i discovered??? They give off fumes and in the air there is bacteria and viruses, bacteria and viruses that can develop resistance to those drugs and become very virulent/unstoppable, become superbugs...i was so saddened to hear this...

It made me think...Could this be what gives elderly´s on medication diseases like pneumonia plus the temperature like the cold aggrevates things worse...Their immune system during those times is compromised and they stay at home ALL DAY EVERY DAY, they dont leave their homes...so go figure...

Can someone please email forward this to every person in the world and every country and government in the world, the respective authorities and the American Medical Association and Global Medical Association....For i am very busy....

i told you i receive an email threat from someone who said they were going to give me pneumonia....

not just that many people keep their medicines in the bathroom like a medicine cabinet so go figure....PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS FUMES + BACTERIA RELEASED FROM YOUR SOLID WASTE IN THE BATHROOM...

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This is just my opinion but verify this..

if you have a less than 4 year old wear sneakers for better traccion even more if you are a woman....If it rains wear flat shoes [not high heels]...Why i say this...Because parents of these 4 year olds or less tend to lift and carry this kids...Well you could slip or trip and fall over with your baby and he/she could hit its occipital part of their craniun and die....Never say never....It can happen....

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