The clock is running out on 2011, but it looks like there's still time to squeeze in one last phony vitamin panic.
I've made it no secret how I feel about Big Tobacco. To put it mildly, I'm not a big fan.
This holiday season, if you happen to dive into a freezing river to save an angel named Clarence from drowning...well, a lot of interesting things might happen.
There's no doubt about it: We all lose a little something off our muscle as we age, and all the training and exercise in the world can't stop it.
Question: I just turned 30, and I noticed I'm getting varicose veins. Are they dangerous? Should I be worried?
One minute, you're battling back pain... the next, you're fighting off cancer. When it rains, it pours, right?
But this isn't just some run of freakishly bad luck -- because the treatment that was supposed to FIX your back may have actually CAUSED your cancer!
It's the little vitamin that could.
Could protect you from disease and even death that is.
Here's how FDA officials warn you that you might be risking a coma, or fatal kidney damage, or some other horrendous adverse event linked to the drug you're about to take: They take a fine-line marker and draw a box around the warning.
The mainstream "solutions" to multiple sclerosis can be even worse than the disease itself: Of all the dangerous meds MS patients are told to take, not a single one of them can stop or reverse the damage.