aids medicine versus lifestyle changes
Apr 30, 2005
i'm not going to take my aids medicine. instead, i will avoid food allergies, eat healthier, get 3 squares a day, stop smoking crack, stop drinking, and stop smoking cigarettes. i will also begin an exercise regimen of cardiovascular/resistance training techniques.
now compare the above mentioned lifestyle with one that does the opposite, plus takes aids medicines. which would you say is better off?
Response from Dr. Pierone
Is this a trick question? I vote for a complementary approach positive lifestyle changes plus medications when appropriate.
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