The microscopic nature of microorganisms has made them the perfect spotlight for studying the relationship between microorganisms and disease in any environment.
The diseases caused by microorganisms in the United States of America can be divided into a couple of different categories depending on whether or not they are caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. In order to understand the difference between the three, it is important to understand the relationship of each microorganism to the other. For instance, bacteria do not stand alone; they are actually part of an ecosystem that includes other organisms. Similarly, viruses do not stand alone; they are part of a virus family that includes other viruses as well. Knowing this basic information about the diseases caused by microorganisms in the United States of America will allow you to know more about the overall wellbeing of the population of the United States.
This book explains in clear terms how one microorganism affects another, and how it produces an enzyme and infects the victim with a disease. This results in the multiplication of microorganisms and one results in several diseases.
It further explains how best to avoid such a situation, and how important it is to have an immune system that can protect us from these killer cells. Our immune system can only be strong if the number of microorganisms in the body is not perturbed. This can be possible through several precautionary motives to prevent the microorganism and diseases.
This book also explains the beliefs and perceptions of the Native American parlance about diseases and the causative factor of diseases.
This is evident in the Mattakeeset culture where Dr. Fisher comes from, where a healthy person is considered someone who has a sense of purpose and follows the guidance of khetan (creator). This guidance is written upon the heart of every person within the tribe and outside of the tribe. So, to be healthy, a person must be committed to a path of honesty, harmony, and balance. Gratitude, respect, and generosity are also considered to be essential for a healthy life.
This book further sheds more light on Native American Religious Medicine, rare philosophies, and how they cling tightly upon a spiritual perspective of life.