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How the U.S. is killing off our indigenous medicines

A new study has found that the U,S.

has nearly destroyed indigenous medicine.

The study was conducted by the University of Arizona and the American Indian Medicine Association.

The study’s findings will be released on Wednesday.

The study analyzed the National Survey of Indian Medicine (NSIM), which surveyed nearly 20,000 people in 2015 and found that of the 2,834 indigenous medicines that were examined, only 11 percent were safe to take.

The other 94 percent were unsafe.

The authors found that indigenous medicine can cause serious health risks including:Death:The researchers said that when indigenous medicines are taken by people who do not know how to use them properly, they can be deadly.

The researchers said the effects of the drug are irreversible.

The researchers found that some indigenous medicines could cause serious complications, such as seizures, bleeding, and death.

Some indigenous medicine is only used by people of indigenous descent.

The report said that this could be because of the people’s traditional knowledge of how to make it.

According to the study, the Native American population of the U-S.

was 1.6 billion at the time of the survey, which was conducted in 2014.

The Native American community is estimated to be around 30 percent of the country’s population.

It’s not clear how many indigenous medicines were used by Native Americans before colonization.

It’s possible that some were used to treat people who had a severe illness, or to treat diseases such as cancer.

However, the study says that there is evidence that some Native Americans have been able to access indigenous medicine for many years without serious problems.

It also found that Native Americans were willing to pay for their medicine because of their cultural and spiritual ties.