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This two-volume set explores the way the drug companies operate, how they get the drugs to market and how they influence doctors into prescribing them to you. It also pinpoints the most dangerous drugs around and their worrying side effects.
In the first volume, Dangerous Drugs, we explore the over-the-counter remedies (which don't need a prescription), drugs for depression—including Prozac and the SSRIs—drugs for children, and the antibiotics.
And, as we know, every drug is a powerful chemical that has the potential for causing a range of adverse reactions and side effects. But they can also be the unsuspected trigger for many recognisable health conditions, such as diabetes, cancer, dementia, and many of the problems associated with ageing, such as instability, memory loss and incontinence.