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A recent study of the prescribing practices of emergency room physicians clearly shows that the more opioids you prescribe, the more long-term use and abuse will result - especially among the elderly. The study, published in New England Journal of Medicine, analyzed opioid prescriptions among…

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Here's a little message for anyone contemplating a special visit to Colorado to sample the recently-legalized local weed. Don't go. Just say no. Or you might just wind up in the hospital. The state's legalized recreational marijuana has sparked flocks of visitors from out of state. But they're…

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“Half a million people are dead who should not be dead,” says 2015 Nobel laureate Angus Deaton. “About 40 times the Ebola stats. You’re getting up there with HIV-AIDS.” This is just the kind of bad news we try to avoid, because it can be downright depressing. But in this case, it needs…

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Susan Shapiro, best-selling American author of nine books and an award-winning professor of writing at The New School and New York University, says a serious, 27-year addiction to marijuana almost ruined her life. And because of how marijuana negatively impacted her life, and new scientific…

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THE REAL INTEREST OF THE DRUG COMPANIES Jack Benny was a beloved comedian and is credited by many for creating the funniest moment in radio. Jack Benny’s character on his radio show was very miserly and would never spend a dime unless forced. Benny was walking home one night because he was too…

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In light of the recent New England Journal of Medicine article detailing the intentional decision by Big Pharma to mislead medical doctors and the public as to the effectiveness of anti-depressants like Lexapro and Paxil, what is the duty of doctors, scientists and employees of these companies to…

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DEPRESSION One of the most misused terms in use today is “depression.”  Many symptoms are attributed to the general category of depression. The National Institute of Mental Health has set forth these symptoms:   Ongoing sad, anxious or empty feelings Feelings of…

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Although it is widely accepted that taking opioid pain killers over extended periods of time can lead to “tolerance” — needing more opioids to get the same pain relief — there is a wealth of recent scientific evidence that opioid pain killers like OxyContin actually cause…

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As we discussed last week, Purdue Pharma is the maker and advocate of pushing OxyContin, legal heroin, in the name of profit. We are now a week closer to the FDA hearing where Purdue Pharma’s application for their new “tamper proof” OxyContin will be reviewed. In last week’s…

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In The News While many of us have known that anti-depressants don’t work and are in fact harmful, many in the medical community are coming to this same conclusion. On March 23, 2006, the New England Journal of Medicine published two articles which pointed out that 70 percent of people taking…

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