Aug 4, 2009 0
Ghostwriting, defined as the practice of using a professional writing company to draft a manuscript, entered the American lexicon when the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reported on the actions of Sen. Charles Grassley to conduct a congressional investigation into drug companies’ in...
Oct 19, 2015 45
How coconut oil is showing great promise in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. New studies show that other natural substances are also offering big breakthroughs, and the drug industry is trying to jump on the bandwagon with them too. (more…)...
Jun 11, 2013 45
The New York Times has published another shameful op-ed bashing nutritional supplements. Here’s our response. This week, Dr. Paul A. Offit, chief of the infectious diseases division of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (and author of a forthcoming book called, hilariously enough, Do You ...
Jul 24, 2019 16
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Mar 31, 2009 0
According to the FDA News, a bill to establish a comparative effectiveness research institute is scheduled for introduction in the Senate. The Comparative Effectiveness Research Act of 2008, sponsored by Sens. Kent Conrad (D-ND) and Max Baucus (D-MT), would evaluate the effectiveness of different dr...
Sep 2, 2016 0
James Bond’s specific martini preference is better for health The real meaning of “antioxidants” Writing in the British Medical Journal, researchers pointed out that 007—otherwise known as James Bond—was very healthy, and speculated that he might “possess insights of interest to me...
Sep 3, 2014 0
Dietary supplements are zealously regulated by multiple federal agencies in order to ensure products are safe and that product labels are truthful and accurate. Claims that dietary supplements are unregulated completely overlook the extensive regulatory framework that governs the industry, and ignor...
Sep 20, 2011 26
It’s supposed to help organic farmers. But it’s more likely to be just another sneaky way to help Monsanto. New Action Alert! (more…)...
Oct 20, 2009 0
Although the United States trails the other industrialized nations in measures of longevity and quality of life, we currently pay more than double for healthcare per person compared with Canada, the country closest to us in rankings of healthcare costs. (more…)...
Apr 28, 2015 417
Other states are considering similar moves. We need to act before a dangerous precedent is set for the rest of the country. Urgent, multi-state Action Alerts! Last week, the California Education Committee voted in favor of SB 277, a bill that would eliminate all personal belief and religious exempti...