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The Growing Problem of Toxicity
In recent history, mankind has managed to drastically change the chemistry of the environment in which we live. For example, in 1989 alone, more than 1,000,000,000 pounds of chemicals were released into the ground, threatening a portion of the soil we grow our food in and the natural underground water tables that supply some of our drinking water.
Over 188,000,000 pounds of chemicals were also discharged into surface waters such as lakes and rivers. More than 2,400,000,000 pounds of chemical emissions were pumped into the air we breathe. A grand total of 5,705,670, 380 pounds of chemical pollutants were released into the environment we eat, breathe and live in, all in just one year.
When someone is experiencing leg pain, it is likely they will also experience additional pain issues with their knees and/or feet. Leg pain can include aches, numbness, tingling, burning, or weakness in the leg, which can often result from a patient having lower back problems.