Should you always do what your doctor says? The short answer is no, but the long answer – thanks to the patient engagement movement – is more complicated.
Did you know that properly prescribed, correctly taken prescription drugs kill over 100,000 Americans each year?
Last week, the Senate voted overwhelmingly to approve the nomination of Dr. Robert Califf as FDA Commissioner.
Coke exec steps down after emails show the company was intentionally skewing the science about the health effects of its products. The e-mails show a Coca-Cola-backed agency funding research that promotes the idea that lack of exercise, not bad diet, is primarily responsible for the obesity epidemic.
Time and other publications in mainstream media are publishing articles praising drug companies and are presumably kept alive by revenue generated from drug companies' advertisements. Write to Time and tell them they should be ashamed of running such stories repeatedly, week after week, only a few pages from their drug ads.
Are antidepressants overprescribed? Do they really work? Are they dangerous to those who take them and to society at large? Let’s take these questions one at a time, examining the evidence.
The number of deaths from common prescription painkillers has soared, exceeding the number of deaths from heroin and cocaine overdoses combined.
Americans are overmedicated. Learn how this is affecting our nation's health.
Congressman Bill Posey believes the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) should be investigated for its handling of vaccine safety studies.
Learn how to spot Big Pharma’s spin on both supplements and drugs and where to find the truth.