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September 2014 - Page 4 of 6 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

The hundreds of ways to easily OD on this highly risky med

With varying amounts of this potentially fatal drug in over 600 products, it’s more important than ever that you know where it is, and exactly how much of it you’re taking.

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The "other" Clinton embraces GMOs

When Hilary Clinton recently addressed a biotech conference, she made it quite clear that she just loves those genetically modified crops. So why is she getting so cozy with the Frankenfood industry?

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Don't trust this common method used to measure your bone density

If you’ve had a DXA scan of your bones, watch out. Because experts are saying that it’s the most unreliable medical test there is. And it’s one that might well end up with your being prescribed some very dangerous and unnecessary drugs.

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Popular heart drug wins approval on highly suspect study

Lots of strange things happened during the big trial for the best-selling drug Brilinta. Numbers got fudged and even people who had died “phoned” AstraZenica to report their own death! But then the feds got involved — and here’s what Eric Holder’s DOJ did about it.

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The catastrophic cost of professional negligence

The body count is the same as it would be from three jumbo jets crashing every day — an ongoing tragedy that could be prevented with a little due diligence. How can you protect yourself from what a medical expert estimates kills over half a million Americans every year?

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Here's why all published studies aren't created equal

When a well-respected medical journal got sold to some unknown people in the Caribbean and the Middle East, it started publishing just about anything. And that’s how junk science can end up in your living room.

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Notorious 'killer painkiller' comes to America

By approving a drug widely used in poor countries, the FDA has opened the U.S. market to something experts say is just as risky as Vioxx, which resulted in over 60,000 deaths before being recalled. Here’s how to avoid this highly dangerous “new” form of pain relief.

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