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Tag Archives: research
A Revolutionary Researcher; Will She Drive Your Next Cab?
You may think this is a silly title but it is for real. In a recent blog discussion, the following was posted about scientific research: “a revolutionary new scientific breakthrough that will provide the world with a cheap abundant source … Continue reading
Posted in Big Pharma, Healthcare, Interesting reading, Must Read, This & That, Thoughts Tagged academic journals, academic publishing, academic research, blood pressure, clinical trials, dietary sodium, electrolyte, junk science, Lancet, Nobel Laureate, Nobel Prize, placebo, predatory journals, publishing, Randy Schekman, research, salt, Science, sodium, sugar pill, top journals, top papers, water pill, wheat pill 4 Comments
Published: Are Statistics Misleading Sodium Reduction Benefits?
Salt Increases BP? Really? So does when I am hungry, or angry, or forgot to take a deep breath! My article (only a one-pager) on blood pressure and salt is finally out in print in a medical academic journal (abstract, entire … Continue reading
Posted in Healthcare, Must Read, Press Release, Thoughts Tagged bad research, bad study, blood pressure, BP, clinical trials, decrease, increase, research, salt, sodium, statistics 5 Comments
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
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
Are the Rats too Scared to Get the Right Research and Dose?
I just had my husband read up a most interesting story from the most recent Economist (May 3rd, 2014)–a most unlikely source for a scientific article–that came down on me like a rock! And it will on you as well. … Continue reading
Posted in Interesting reading, This & That, Thoughts Tagged dosage, drug dose, drug overdose, experiments, fight-or-flight, illness, labrats, less pain, misdiagnose, no pain, pain, rat, research, scared 19 Comments