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A Review of "Plague Time: The New Germ Theory of Disease"

Summary: Review of the book "Plague Time: The New Germ Theory of Disease" by Paul W. Ewald. Includes interesting facts about related issues.
Threats to the health of the world's inhabitants are a major fear and rightfully so as they have the ability to take the lives of thousands of people in small periods of time. Many of these diseases are embedded into every society, and are slow motion plagues very difficult to recognize and control. The task at hand is to be able to recognize the things that will be oblivious to the world's future generations. Society has been wrongfully accusing "culprits", for the real problem doesn't lie in bad genes and the environment, but viruses and bacteria. If researchers were open to a wider spectrum of causes for our health problems, it is quite possible that they could solve problems much quicker. Many of our experts fail to consider primary causes while only pointing out risk factors. Both bad genes...

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