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- FDA’s drug-monitoring process flunks another test - July 17, 2007
Remember when you were a kid in school and the teacher asked a question that no one in class knew the answer to? The teacher would give clues until finally the answer would become blatantly obvious, and everyone at once would raise their hand with the teacher’s desired answer. Somehow this news story reminded me of that: Avandia side effect reports tripled in the month after a controversial study linked the blockbuster diabetes drug to increased risks of heart disease, reports the Associated Press. In the 35 days after May 21, when the New England Journal of Medicine published the analysis on the Internet, reports of heart attacks, deaths and hospitalizations leaped … Only five heart attacks were reported in…Read More
- 11 Surprising Uses for Rubbing Alcohol - May 17, 2017
Rubbing alcohol is an essential to any medicine cabinet—it’s much more than a disinfectant. Despite its low price, there are many uses for rubbing alcohol around the house. What Is Rubbing Alcohol Used For? Here are eleven reasons to put rubbing alcohol at the top of your next shopping list. 1.) Muscle Relief Here’s a surprising use for rubbing alcohol: relieve muscle pain (i.e. from exercise). Fluster Buster says to gently rub the affected area with rubbing alcohol. The effects are somewhat similar to Icy-Hot. 2.) Stain Remover If you combine rubbing alcohol with water it can become an inexpensive stain remover. You can easily spot treat ink and coffee stains like a pro! Huffington Post recommends combining one part rubbing…Read More
- Ad Age: Drug companies are begging for heightened regulation - January 21, 2008
Double whammy for Big Pharma in Advertising Age today. First, a story headlined “Vytorin Ad Shame Taints Entire Marketing Industry” — an excerpt: Reports that [as] Merck & Co. and Schering-Plough Corp. kept under wraps for more than a year findings that Vytorin does not deliver results it spent more than $100 million advertising to consumers is much more than a PR disaster for the drug’s co-marketers. Coming on the heels of a New York Times story that Pfizer’s $2 billion drug Lyrica treats a condition, fibromyalgia, that a lot of doctors don’t think exists, the Vytorin news is fanning the flames of public mistrust for the $5 billion direct-to-consumer drug industry — and the ad business in general. “The…Read More
- Five Questions with Merrill Goozner - February 5, 2007
Merrill Goozner is one of our heroes. In fact, his 2004 book, The $800 Million Pill, was one of our inspirations for starting eDrugSearch.com. Obviously, ours is a for-profit venture — but we also think we are doing some good by offering consumers an alternative to Big Pharma’s rigged pricing system in the U.S. We recently asked Merrill about his interest in the pharmaceutical industry, his opinion on Canadian imports, and his predictions for the future of our healthcare system. Cary: You’ve covered many, many stories over the course of your career in journalism. What is it about the pharmaceutical industry that has captured and held your interest? Merrill: While attending the Breaux-Thomas commission hearings on Medicare reform on Capitol Hill…Read More
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