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Category Archives: Risks and Side Effects
UC Davis carried this report: “More often than not, family doctors receive little or no information about the harmful effects of medicines during clinic visits by pharmaceutical sales representatives (“sales reps”), according to an international study involving physicians in the … Continue reading
If you are going to take a combination hormonal birth control (CHC), you’ve already decided you don’t want to get pregnant, and since CHCs are all equally effective at preventing ovulation, don’t you want to know which are safer? The … Continue reading
Read the latest article from Holly Grigg-Spall published in Ladyclever.com Big Pharma Doesn’t Care if Birth Control Users Die | Ladyclever Original Source: http://ladyclever.com/health-fitness/big-pharma-doesnt-care-if-birth-control-users-die/
Terence Endorses Vanessa’s Law in the House of Commons On March 28, 2014 More about Terence Young, Member of the Canadian Parliament for Oakville, Ontario, Canada Excerpts from his speech: What They Never Talk About The drug industry representatives who infest … Continue reading
Blood clot teaches Ballwin woman to be her own health advocate : Lifestyles. Excerpt from the article: Dr. Vedantham and others who study deep vein thrombosis say a major problem is how often it’s misdiagnosed. Vedantham said that’s not an … Continue reading