AAHF is committed to helping to save estriol for patients. While the FDA is careful to say that it is not “banning” estriol, they are making the process of prescribing estriol extremely difficult. Furthermore, they have been attacking compounding pharmacists and have given an order to stop using estriol, and the term “bio-identical” in their hormone replacement formulas.
As AAHF reported last month, “Our Children as Guinea Pigs” – we shared concerns with the American Academy of Pediatrics position on giving statins to children to tackle high cholesterol.
Report from the Trenches: Government Affairs from your Nation’s Capitol Dr. William A. Duncan, Your Lobbyist in Washington The DoD-Brain Injury Rescue & Rehabilitation Project Since January of 2007, the American Association for Health Freedom has sponsored a project to have veterans of the war treated with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). Thank you to the […]
To no surprise to AAHF, as more and more consumers are embracing integrative medicine, so are practitioners. According to a recent survey by Jackson & Coker, a significant number of healthcare providers are using some form of integrative medicine to enhance their own health and well-being, or they have introduced certain facets of alternative medicine […]
For the first time, the Federal Trade Commission is being sued over the use of history.
Childhood obesity has increasingly been a concern of many. Time magazine recently focused on childhood obesity and according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) 16% of American children and teens are obese and another 32% are overweight.
The American Medical Association (AMA) is once again tampering with your health freedom.
Did you know that: A drug company petitioned the FDA to ban a B vitamin in order to protect its own drug product?
The latest attack on bio-identical hormones comes from FDA staffers telling Congress that even though estriol is the weakest estrogen, it is being prescribed to women in “mega dosages.” They are saying that this makes it potentially harmful, which is why they are insisting on doctors having to file an IND (investigational new drug) application.
AAHF is pleased to announce that the Food and Drug Administration must now classify mercury fillings! We congratulate Consumers for Dental Choices, Moms Against Mercury, International Academy of Oral and Metal Toxicology, and all other groups and individuals who have dedicated years to the issue of the dangers of dental mercury.