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JBNI Testimonials and References from Pharmalive, EORTC, NCI, AACR, EJC

In Uncategorized on October 28, 2009 at 11:12 pm

The following are archival JBNI Biodrux Testimonial Documents (JBNI Testimonials and References from Pharmalive, EORTC, NCI, AACR, EJC)

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Fountin for Menopause: “Cycle restarted… shed a few pounds… skin looks firmer… never felt better.”

In Uncategorized on October 9, 2009 at 8:15 pm

COPD rivals AIDS as 4th-5th leading cause of death. More for women.

In Uncategorized on October 9, 2009 at 3:43 am

COPD is a disease of your pulmonary system. Coughing up mucus is an early sign of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, COPD.  Surprisingly, it is ranked as high as AIDS by the WHO (World Health Organization) as a leading cause of death. By 2030, COPD is predicted to be the 3rd leading cause of death worldwide (source: http://www.who.int/respiratory/copd/World_Health_Statistics_2008/en/index.html World health statistics 2008 is based on data collected from WHO’s 193 Member States)

Facts, Figures and Prevention

USA: ~ 24 million affected

USA: >120,000 deaths/year (4th leading cause) (edited)

USA: ~900,000 disabled, working age adults

USA: Total cost of $37 billion/year

(source: Dr. James P. Kiley, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH http://www.who.int/gard/news_events/17_kiley_learn_more_breathe_better.pdf )

An estimated 210 million people have COPD worldwide

More than 3 million people died of COPD in 2005, which is equal to 5% of all deaths globally that year.

The disease now affects men and women almost equally, due in part to increased tobacco use among women in high-income countries

Total deaths from COPD are projected to increase by more than 30% in the next 10 years without interventions to cut risks, particularly exposure to tobacco smoke

(source: WHO http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs315/en/index.html )

COPD is estimated to be 6.2 percent in 11 Asian countries surveyed by the Asian Pacific Society of Respiratory Diseases

In China, where it is estimated that over 50 percent of the men smoke, chronic respiratory diseases are the 4th leading cause of death in large urban areas, but the first leading cause of death in rural areas

The total estimated cost of COPD in 2002 was $32.1 billion

The total estimated cost of COPD in 1998 was $15 billion

Between 1979 and 1995, the number of individuals with COPD in the United States increased relatively steadily from 7.5 million to 14.5 million persons. — almost doubling in 25 years

Between 1985 and 1995, the number of physician visits for COPD in the United States increased from 9.3 million to 16 million.

(Source: COPD International http://www.copd-international.com/library/statistics.htm )

Beginning in 2000, women have exceeded men in the number of deaths attributable to COPD. In 2002, over 61,000 females died compared with 59,000 males… Reasons that women with COPD do worse than their male counterparts, Dr. Cote said, may be related to underdiagnosis, misdiagnosis and less access to healthcare.

(Source: Medical News Today http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/44234.php )

  HIV/Aids Kidney Liver Diabetes All Cancers Heart Pneumonia/Flu COPD
Number of Deaths 16,371    35,525  60,000  71,372    570,000  725,192  40,000   124,816
NIH Allocation for research per death $179,158  $11,147      $6,166 $14,221   $9,896   $2,982     $7,375     $448

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The #1 Misunderstanding about Depression and Anxiety is…

In Uncategorized on October 4, 2009 at 6:03 pm

For some reason, anxiety carries less social stigma than depression. You may feel like less of a leper admiting to your anxiety than to your depression. Anxiety conjures associations of something dramatic — maybe even interesting. Depression only calls to mind soiled Kleenex and someone who will drain the life force out of you by talking your ears off.

Surprisingly, neither depression nor anxiety are seperate issues. They are actually two polar extremes of the same life dilemma.

Anxiety occurs when you have a life challenge that you cannot see a solution for — while you have energy. Depression, on the other hand, is what happens when you’ve spun your wheels in vain all day long struggling to break past this issue. Depression is what happens when your problem stays just as locked-in but your creative energy is zapped.

Depression, on the other hand, is what happens when you’ve spun your wheels in vain all day long struggling to break past this issue

The implications of misunderstanding this depression-anxiety cycle is the number #1 FAIL you might easily commit. When you get depressed, you might try to increase your energy level with exersize, diet, or even medication. This will do nothing more than pull you out of depression and into anxiety. When you are anxious, you may try the same things to make you calm down. This will do nothing more than pull you out of anxiety and put you in depression. This is why most people experience anxiety in the mornings and depression at night.

So it’s obvious that the solution is NOT in varying the temperature of your furnace. The solution is in creating a mental insulation / ventilation system. The solution is outside of the mechanics of the problem/energy level paradigm.

All you have to do is create visibility into the solution.

The solution is outside of the mechanics of the problem/energy level paradigm

If a solution is in sight, whether you are fatigued or energized, you will not suffer depression or anxiety (respectively). Logical right?

So then, how do you create this mental insulation/ventilation system that will keep you comfortable at any energy level?

1. Provide value to a Mentor. She / He will mentor you.

2. WAIT long enough for the events surrounding the problem to offer you a window of resolution.

3. Consider JBNI’s (FCC Disclosure: JBNI is the producer of this blog and the producer of 100% natural, all herbal “naturaceuticals” as featured in Interview Magazine) Leitzin to stimulate and open your mental visibility when low and Serenadin to put your issues in mental perspective when overly energetic.

To ask JBNI’s Team of Scientists and Doctors a direct question, use http://jbni.us/forum – ASK “J!”

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