The health breakthroughs we need don’t have to come from a high tech research lab. Four recent scientific articles underscore the value of common sense and public health approaches.
New research shows a 50% to 75% increase in gastrointestinal bleeding among those taking antidepressants, even when the drugs are taken for as little as 7 days.
Guest article from Drugwatch, a consumer watchdog website, on the dangers of certain prescription medications for seniors.
The FDA tracks adverse drug reactions in the United States and ranks them as the 4th leading cause of death.
Take advantage of the latest research that links altered gut bacteria to fibromyalgia and chronic pain.
An interview with a pharmacist covering the importance of establishing a relationship with a good pharmacist as part of your healthcare team.
Being healthy today isn’t easy. You have to take an active role in fighting back against the societal trends that conspire to make you less healthy than you could be. Arm yourself with these powerful ideas to help you take control of your health.
The Center for Hearing and Communication publishes an important booklet listing those drugs that are known to have a negative effect on your sense of hearing.
If you’re trying to be healthy (and who isn’t?) you need to be aware of the alliance of large drug companies, insurance companies, hospital systems, medical organizations, and large food producers that profit from sickness.
Be aware – many of the most commonly used drugs have been shown to damage to your hearing.