If you are a regular reader of my blog you would know that I am a big fan of the Real Health Medical philosophy. It is based on the fact that most of us have grown up surrounded by our bodies, and we never realize how much we rely on them until we are in a bad place for a long period of time. What I mean is that we have a tendency to think health is a static and constant state. It isn’t.
Sure, health is the result of a complex interaction of genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors. However, there is also another way to look at health, and that is to look at it in the context of the person’s lifestyle, the body’s needs, and the person’s overall physical condition.
I know a lot of people are upset with the concept of “diseases” when most of us think of them as diseases. However, it is a concept that has been used to describe various conditions over the years. A disease can be defined as a condition of a person that is not life-threatening. For example, a person who has cancer or a person who has diabetes. A disease can also be a condition caused by something else that has affected the health of a person.
I can’t stress enough how important it is to get the right medical care. Because that might be the only thing that can save your life. Also, doctors should be able to give you the right diagnosis. It’s not a question of what you should do, it is a question of what the right medical professionals do.
A lot of people are not aware that a lot of diseases have a medical history, so that means the doctors already know about them. It doesn’t mean they can’t give you a diagnosis. It means that the doctor has a good understanding of the condition and what it is most likely causing (and may be contributing to the condition in the first place).
There are a lot of diseases that are thought to be hereditary and thus can be passed down from person to person. However, most of them are not true diseases because they are not caused by something that is known to be hereditary. In fact, all of them are caused by something else.
So there are a lot of diseases that are thought to be hereditary, but they are not true diseases. That is because they are not caused by something that is known to be hereditary, like for example, a genetic disorder that is found in a very specific geographic location. So instead, there are diseases that are caused by something else.
The most famous such disease is probably Cystic Fibrosis. Not because of any “fatal” genetic defect that would allow its transmission, but because it is caused by a very common virus that was spread by coughing. The symptoms include shortness of breath, weight loss, and poor lungs function. The virus itself is spread by coughing, sneezing, or sharing a room with someone with the virus. So the virus is hereditary, but the disease itself is not.
Cystic Fibrosis is a disease that affects the lungs. It isn’t a disease that can be passed on by casual contact or even sexual activity, but it’s also not a disease that can be cured.
Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic condition where a mutation of the CFTR gene is created. The gene is responsible for the production of a protein in the lungs called surfactant. The surfactant protein is responsible for a part of the lungs called the alveoli that can act as a filter to block the bad stuff from entering the lungs.