Around 80 people are dying every day in UK hospitals from lack of proper care – and the figures do not include the many more that die from drugs and medical incompetence.
Dehydration, malnutrition, infections and bedsores have all been cited as direct or indirect causes of deaths among patients in UK hospitals in 2010, according to the latest figures. Overall, around 25,343 people died from causes related to poor care.
These facts speak for themselves – and highlight some of the key differences between standard medical care and wellness care. Research shows that noone has died from receiving chiropractic care in the last 120 years in the UK.
Reference: What Doctors Don’t Tell You (WDDTY)