When your doctor reaches for his prescription pad, possibly the most important question you can ask is the age of the drug he’s about to prescribe you. If it’s brand-new, as Nancy Reagan once put it, just say no.
Before taking a powerful prescription drug, the doctor - and patient - should weigh up the risks and benefits. Of course the doctor rarely does any such thing, and prescribes the drug as a matter of course. Unfortunately no drug comes without side...
The pharmaceutical industry is the only industry in the world enjoying an enormous increase in revenue of 15-20 per cent, year on year on year, during an economic cycle when the rest of global industry has been enduring flat growth.
One of the most underappreciated aspects of taking a drug is its effect on the balance of your essential nutrients. Almost any prescribed drug or over the counter medication can cause significant ...
OUR KIDS COULD BE NEXT: A push for Ritalin is coming our way
Medicine's standard response to dementia is a prescription drug, ranging from an antipsychotic, an antidepressant or a mood stabilizer. But a new study has revealed that the benefits of the drugs are, at best, modest, and they can increase the...
Since 1990, in the very first volume of What Doctors Don’t Tell You, we’ve shared with our readers our growing suspicion that AIDS was more than simply an infection.
Dr Mohammed Ali Al-Bayati is a toxicologist and pathologist whose California-based company, Toxi-Health, investigates the toxicity of chemicals and prescription drugs in the environment and the workplace,
Steroids have extreme and far-reaching effects on many systems of the body.
* Reduce functions and numbers of T and B cells and other lymphocytes and macrophages
Several years ago, protease inhibitors were the Great White Hope of AIDS therapy. These drugs work by inhibiting the enzyme protease, which is crucial to HIV’s ability to reproduce.