Drug Addiction: Methadone or Methadon’t?

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methadoneMethadone is a synthetic opioid most commonly prescribed for patients who are being treated for an addiction to narcotic painkillers, as a treatment for coughing, and as a treatment to get people off of heroin. Unfortunately, methadone itself is just as addictive as the drugs it is supposed to help patients to stop abusing. Well, it was brought to the market by the pharmaceutical company, Eli Lilly, which explains the stupidity ...

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Big Pharma’s Influence

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If you want to know more about the medical profession, just ask yourself: Who sponsors doctors and the medical science? The answer is -mainly- the pharmaceutical industries. That says a lot… You really want to trust your health to Big Pharma Corporations?

Here is a general synthesis of the situation:

Battling influence of pharmaceutical industry

Linda A. Johnson
Associated Press
Sunday, September 14, 2008

Just about every segment of the medical community is piling on the pharmaceutical industry these days, ...

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Big Pharma Drugs In Tap Water And Other Toxins

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Our water supply is contaminated by numerous chemicals from old forgotten underground storage tanks, leaking waste sites, manufacturing byproducts, vehicle exhaust, coal burning power plants, etc.

One example, trichloroethylene (TCE), once contaminated the underground water supply of a whole town after an ammunition factory site was bulldozed there decades earlier. The TCE contamination was responsible for an epidemic of leukemia in children. I am distressed to inform you that most water supplies in the United States ...

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Statins and the Cholesterol Myth

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Cholesterol, essential ingredient for life, health and sex

Although cholesterol has a bad reputation for clogging the arteries, it’s not the enemy. Cholesterol is essential for life and health. It provides energy to cells, helps make cell membranes, and assists in the formation of sheaths around nerves. Plus, it plays a vital role in the production of the sex hormones testosterone, estrogen and progesterone, and other adrenal hormones like DHEA and cortisol.

While cholesterol is in some foods we ...

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