Category Archives: Prescription Drugs

Being human is becoming a treatable “condition.”

Leading us to believe that if we’re not taking some drug, we’re not “human” This blog is all about confusion, confusion and more confusion. An article in the New York Times caught my attention last week. It was entitled Diagnosis: … Continue reading

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Weight-loss pills. Miracle solution or just more confusion?

I’m betting on the latter. Now that we have two new weight-loss drugs after a 13-year hiatus, what is the medical community saying about who should take them, for how long, at what cost, what results can be expected and … Continue reading

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Pfizer and Glaxo—both on the hot seat…

…for lying and cheating while marketing their toxic products From the claims made by Pfizer, it would seem like their Centrum brand of vitamins works like a wonder drug and will take care of all of your problems. That’s because … Continue reading

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