Prescription Drug and FDA
Years ago, when I first started writing about alternative healthcare, I was stunned to learn that synthetic drugs can deplete your body of vitamins and minerals.
I want to share a couple of statistics with you. But before I do, I’ll issue a little warning…you may never be able to look a turkey burger in quite the same way again.
If you're over 65, don't tell your doctor that you're feeling a little run down. You'll walk out of his office with a prescription for a common drug you probably think is harmless. But studies show these drugs don't work any better than a placebo. Plus -- they're far more dangerous. In fact, if you're over 65, taking one just might kill you!
Did You Know…that a whey protein found in milk can be taken in supplement form to reverse osteoporosis, treat iron deficiency, as well as restrain the growth of HIV?
For men who enjoy a true high-stakes gamble, I've got just the thing.
We'll call the game Prostate Cancer Prevention. And going by the name of the game, you would think that just about any man over the age of 50 would want to play.
Last week I told you about how a research lab hired by Big Pharma got in trouble with the FDA for allegedly cooking their books. Basically, the FDA says the chemists "falsified" data to make it look better.
Well, there's another way Big Pharma keeps the bad news about their drugs from ever reaching your ears. It's very simple. The just don't publish it.
Well, almost a year later, the FDA has finally acted on Actos (pioglitazone).
It’s easy to believe that statins have dramatic life-saving properties. The reality is, however, that for the majority of people who take them, they don’t.
You’ve seen the commercials—an attractive woman plagued by dry eyes, a condition that can affect a third of those over the age of 50. Her only hope? A prescription for Restasis, a drug designed to make tears for her. The problem with this scenario is that this remedy doesn’t work for everyone.
It never fails...
Lucy tells Charlie Brown she won't pull the football away, but Charlie Brown always ends up on his back, staring at the sky, saying, "Rats!"
That's what Merck is counting on with a new "miracle" cholesterol drug.