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Monthly Archives: October 2014
ADD & ADHD; Do You Really Need to Drug Kids?
ADD (attention deficit disorder) and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) are more common with children today than ever before. I can see the trend increasing and will probably continue to get worse. We will probably see additional acronyms with more … Continue reading
And I Thought a Citizen Petition with the FDA Uses the Language of a Citizen!
Phew! It took three days! In case you are wondering what this is about: I petitioned against the quinolone drug class Cipro and its generic ciprofloxanin to be used only in case of life and death scenario and remove it … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts, Why Me Tagged adverse effects, bad drug, black box, Cipro, ciprofloxanin, citizen petition, disability, doctor, drug, FDA, hospital, illness, legislature, medicine, peripheral neuropathy, permanent, permanent damage, petition, tendon, tendon tear 3 Comments
You Can Only Sue Brand Name Drugs that are Never Prescribed!
With the exception of two states in the United States, people who got floxed by quinolones antibiotics or got sick from any medication can only sue the brand name manufacturer, but only if the drug that got them sick, was … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged brand name drugs, generic drugs, lawsuit 1 Comment
Is This Really The Industry’s Response to a Preventable Illness? Eek!
I am posting a copy-paste here from Facebook from the Neuropathy Association site so you can see how the industry views those who have been hurt by the quinolone class drugs, such as Cipro and others. Please read. The industry answer … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged Cipro, do no harm, Lyrica, money, Neuropathy, Neuropathy Association, oath, preventable disease, quinolone, shame 5 Comments
One Life Less Because of Ciprofloxacin (Cipro)! In Honor of One Who Died!
I never thought I had to come face to face with a drug that hurts so many in such a terrible way! I certainly have not thought that I will learn from the family of a member who took his … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged antibiotics, Cipro, ciprofloxacin, death, Dick Decent, FDA, floxed, floxies, ofloxacin, prescription, quinolones, suicide 6 Comments
How to Petition Against Cipro & Other Quinolones at FDA! Read My Instructions!
I have filed a petition against quinolones use and prescription in doctors’ hands anywhere except in the case of life or death situations, or in ER or hospital surgical rooms. In order to be more effective, I must ask you … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts, Why Me Tagged bad drug, Cipro, FDA, floxed, fluoroquinolone, petition, quinolone 3 Comments
Starch? No problem! They are Fiber! Did You Know That?
You did not know? Me neither! That probably makes over 6 billion of us–minus the few people who specialized in the science of understanding what happens to starchy foods when they get chilled off after cooking and reheated. I did … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts, Videos Tagged banana, caloric, calorie, carbohydrate, carbs, diabetes, fiber, insoluble fiber, insulin, oat, pasta, peas, potato, resistant starch, rice, rolled oat, simple carbs, soluble fiber 5 Comments
6% Commission Goes to Doctors for Prescribing Drugs!
I have been meaning to write this article for several weeks but the drug Cipro and its family of Quinolones have stolen the show and importance. But now that we know how dangerous they are and hopefully everyone is aware … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Interesting reading, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts, Videos Tagged back-pay, blackmail, cancer, commission, criminal, doctors, drug, drug prices, government, illegal, Lipitor, Medicare, negotiate, Pharma Lobby, prices, ransom, Sanofi, Sanofi Pharmaceuticals, Simvastatin, unethical 17 Comments
Well Ciprofloxacin is Back on My Radar! Read the New Info!
A couple of amazing new facts showed up on my radar screen as strong blips I cannot let go without a show to the general public. Some of you thought that perhaps all the discussion on Cipro (ciprofloxacin, which by … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Interesting reading, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged ATP, AVELOX, channel, CHIBROXIN, CILOXAN, Cipro, ciprofloxacin, DNA, enoxacin, FLOXIN, fluoroquinolones, Gulf War Syndrome, hydration, LEVAQUIN, levofloxacin, magnesium, mitochondria, moxifloxacin, norfloxacin, NOROXIN, OCUFLOX, ofloxacin, osmosis, PENETREX, pump, quinolones, sodium-potassium, sun, UV, veteran 41 Comments
Please help us understand a few things about you. There is so much we don’t know and are confused about. Depending on what time of the day we read, even on the most prominent medical websites like the CDC or the WHO, … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged CDC, confused, confusion, contagion, contagious, Dallas, Ebola, fever, flight, fruit bats, incubation, nurse, symptoms, WHO 3 Comments