Ask any observant emergency room or psych doctor or nurse and they’ll often tell you they dread full moons because they know they’ll likely be inundated with patients.
It’s important to know that of those parasites inhabiting our bodies, there are some that lay eggs. And these eggs typically hatch around the time of a full moon. And when they do, they can make you feel like you’re crazy. Left untreated, they can also be an underlying cause of cancer. And it’s more common than you might think. I write about it in chapter 6 (Guess What Came to Dinner?) of my book, I Used to Have Cancer.