September 2010 - Page 3 of 7 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

The FDA can give the FDA advice, but the FDA can't make the FDA listen

More than 12 years later, FDA officials have organized another advisory panel to determine if cardiovascular risks are too dangerous to keep Meridia (also known as sibutramine) on the market.

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Another feeble attempt to convince you to give up eating meat

In Dr. Ornish’s Atkins-slamming article he writes: “A recent study reviewed in The New England Journal of Medicine found that an Atkins-type diet ‘promotes atherosclerosis (heart disease)…”

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In a major attack on the Atkins diet, major details are missing

It’s not enough for Dr. Ornish to promote his diet and leave it at that. He’s a man on a mission to snatch that t-bone off your plate and replace it with a soy burger.

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Using poison as a treatment for kids? FDA! Say it ain't so!

FDA officials have backed a lot of dangerous drugs over the years, but would they actually okay the use of chemical poison as a treatment for children?

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An effective allergy fighter might also reduce risk of upper respiratory infections

Eight years ago I first told you about Nasaleze–an organic powdered plant extract that creates a mucus-like gel when it’s sniffed into the nasal passage. For those with allergies, the gel provides protection from pollen, ragweed, and pet dander. In other words, the gel does what their nasal passages should do naturally.

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To protect your vision health you MUST block ultraviolet rays

The easy part of buying new sunglasses is to make sure the glasses block ultraviolet rays–both UV-A and UV-B rays. And they need to block at least 99 percent of those rays. In other words: complete protection.

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Finally, someone has come up with a good use for acetaminophen

Finally, someone came up with a good use for acetaminophen.

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