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Monthly Archives: October 2014
Academic Research, Rivalry, Hidden Lies, & Now You Know Why Your Drugs Kill You!
This is a hell of a title. I have been thinking about a good crazy title for several hours because I wanted to shock you with it and to make sure you read this article. So please take a seat … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Interesting reading, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged academia, cancer, cancer research, contaminated cells, contamination, ethics, journal publication, known lies, lies, medical research, Nature, peer review, publication, research, reviewed journals, Science, unethical 3 Comments
Those Pesky Inactive Ingredients in Generic Drugs! Cipro vs. Ciprofloxacin.
I thought I wrote enough about generic versus brand name already but then the antibiotic dug class quinolone hit my radar screen and here we go again. In talking to friends and sufferers on Facebook and elsewhere who have access to … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged absorption, active ingredients, brand, brand vs generic, FDA, fluoroquinolones, generic, inactive ingredients, lawsuits, NDA, new drug, US Supreme Court 6 Comments
Clueless Doctors and Prop 46! Know the Truth California!
I am not a political person–I do not have a political bone in my body. I normally avoid any kind of politics in a circle of at least 3 feet in radius. However, this time I do want to get … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Interesting reading, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts, Why Me Tagged California, Prop 46, truth, vote, vote yes 4 Comments
Ruth’s Story – Cipro Toxicity
Ruth’s Story – Cipro Toxicity. When my doctor prescribed Cipro for a stubborn sinus infection in February of 2014, I thought I had never heard of it, and asked her if that was an antibiotic. The truth was, I had … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged Cipro, Cipro toxicity, Floxie 1 Comment
What to Do If You Are a Victim of Quinolone (Cipro and others) Drugs!
I am very grateful for the Quinolone Vigilance Foundation that contacted me yesterday whose director wrote a lovely note in the comments field on the first blog I wrote on Cipro and the drugs falling into the same class, called Quinolones. Because … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Interesting reading, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged adverse effects, attorney, bad drug, Cipro, complaint, drug, FDA, fluoroquinolones, Lawyer, side effects 21 Comments
Scientific Evidence on Cipro and Similar! In Case You Had Doubts!
One of the commentators to my previous blog post “Those Amazing Antibiotics & How One Class Hurts You” has responded with a very important comment that I think you all should see as a main article. The comment from Debbie T … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Interesting reading, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged adverse side effects, bad drug, Cipro, fluoroquinolones, permanent damage, research, Senate 17 Comments
Those Amazing Antibiotics & How One Class Hurts You
We all know that antibiotics are not good for us for one reason or the other. We are allergic to some, the bugs love others and get fat on them, and then there is a class that actually works quite … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged Achilles tendon, and rarely, antibiotics, athletes, black box drug, broad spectrum, Cipro, ciprofloxacin, convulsions, corticosteroids, dehydrated, epilepsy, fluoroquinolones, insomnia, kidney problems, life-threatening arrhythmia, liver problems, lung problem, migraine, musculoskeletal, permanent disability., potassium, potassium channels, psychosis, restlessness, seizure, tendinitis, tendon, tendon rupture, tendonitis 64 Comments
High Dose Flu Shot or NOTHING! Ultimatum By the FDA!
Well, I never ever thought it would come to this: our government is experimenting without consent on all people 65 or older with a new flu vaccine called “high dose” such that seniors have no choice! Is this real?! So now … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, Introduction, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged approved, elderly, FDA, flu, flu vaccine, high dose flu, high dose flu vaccine, over 65, vaccine Leave a comment
All You Want to Know About SUGAR & Sugar Substitutes!
Oh I know you will hate me after this article! But I think I prefer you hate me alive and healthy than dead or sick… so let me start by saying: I don’t mind you feeling angry or pissed or … Continue reading
Posted in Fibromyalgia, Interesting reading, Migraine-Blog, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged bacteria, cholesterol, dehydration, diabetes II, exercise, fat, fiber, fructose, fruit, fruit juice, GI, glucose, glycollic, gut, heart, heart disease, hydration, insoluble fiber, junk food, LDL, Marathon, mitochondria, obesity, soluble fiber, Stevia, sucrose, sugar, sugar substitutes, triglyceride 2 Comments