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Bryan Hubbard

Vitamin wars: Saving us from what exactly?

November 23rd 2007, 12:45PM

... Americans off the face of the globe annually.And they don't even come close to pharmaceutical drugs, which kill anything from 106,000 to 140,000 Americans every year, and that's according to the...

Lynne McTaggart

Not quite human

November 8th 2007, 4:50PM

...nd categorical ban ever occurred, but the evidence surfacing regarding deaths related to these drugs has become difficult to ignore, even for an agency as fond of Big Pharma as the FDA. We can on...

Bryan Hubbard

Let us prognose

November 2nd 2007, 11:50AM

It's been said that medicine is the new religion. Drugs and surgery have replaced God in our drive for certainty and control in a world that appears r...

Lynne McTaggart

A systems approach to breathing problems

October 24th 2007, 2:35PM

...medicine so often don't work is that medical scientists have yet to develop perfectly targeted drugs. Most medicine itself is systemic: it doesn't only affect the area of the body the doctor wish...

Bryan Hubbard


October 5th 2007, 11:19AM

...those thousands of papers that every day point to the dangers, and limitations of prescription drugs - without a single one making a mark on the day's media?Industry watchers will not be surprise...

Bryan Hubbard

The simple solutions to health problems

August 10th 2007, 12:07PM

...t always the right response.Indeed, GlaxoSmithKline went on record to admit that, at best, its drugs help just 30 per cent of people for whom they're intended. Not so surprising, perhaps, as we'r...

Bryan Hubbard

Should we execute our drug watchdogs?

May 31st 2007, 12:46PM

...our drug regulators,.of course, whose main quest seems to be to release dangerous and unproven drugs onto the market while accepting funding from the pharmaceutical industry.We reckon a public ha...

Bryan Hubbard

Diabetes drug may soon be pulled

May 22nd 2007, 3:39PM

...rt, and is likely to follow up with a complete ban shortly.Rosiglitazone is in a new family of drugs known as thiazolidinediones that lower blood glucose levels in people with type II diabetes. A...

Bryan Hubbard

How doctors choose the 'right' drug for you

May 18th 2007, 1:00PM

...fully monitored (the Food and Drug Administration happily sells on all prescribing data to the drugs companies). Their weaknesses are targeted, and their vanities are massaged, our repentant drug...

Bryan Hubbard

Sweet enough?

May 8th 2007, 12:08PM

...ew boards.This highly successful strategy has been used on countless occasions to buy time for drugs that are either dangerous or needless.Take, for example, the childhood condition of ADHD (atte...

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