Drugs | Healthy Living Talk - Part 3

EU Courts Make Bombshell Ruling Against Vaccine Manufacturers

It can seem at times like the deck is stacked in every possible way against the victims of vaccine injury. Well, it seems like the tide might be turning at last. The Swedish parliament recently ruled against enforcing the mandatory vaccinations of its citizens, recognizing that to do so would be a violation of the […]

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Driving While Medicated: Accidents From Prescriptions Up 100% in Past Decade

The recent arrest of golfing legend Tiger Woods for driving under the influence of prescription drugs has put the issue of drugged driving back in the spotlight. Over 20 percent of the 32,166 fatal accidents in the U.S. in 2015 involved at least one medically drugged driver and numbers are increasing.

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Study: 1 in 3 FDA Approved Drugs Have Safety Issues

A team of Yale researchers analyzed data on new drugs approved between 2001 and 2010, with follow up through 2017 and found 32 percent of all new drugs were flagged for a safety issue after approval.

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Drug Deaths Rising Faster Than Ever in US

New data compiled from hundreds of health agencies reveals the extent of the drug overdose epidemic last year as overdoses are now the leading cause of death among Americans under 50.

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Does Hormonal Birth Control Protect You From Cancer or Cause It?

If you’re using (or thinking about) hormonal birth control methods, get the facts so you can make an informed choice. While pro-hormonal contraceptive experts state that birth control ‘lowers cancer risk’, it has been proven they raise your risk of other cancers.

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Report: Top Grocery Stores Get ‘D’ Grade on Antibiotic-Free Chicken

America’s top 5 grocery chains, which have a 50% market share in the US, have been assigned a “D” grade by the National Resources Defense Council for the state of their antibiotic-free chicken offerings.

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Overuse: Doctors Prescribing Antibiotics For The Common Cold

Canadian researchers who aim to prevent harm caused by antitbiotic overuse to protect public health found that nearly half of the Canadian seniors who go to a family doctor leave with a prescription for an unnecessary antibiotic, reported CBC News.

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