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Blackwell on Health: Even the fish are on Prozac

Tom Blackwell January 21, 2011 There is more evidence of the impact that society’s ever-growing dependence on pharmaceutical products is having on the environment. A new study from the University of Montreal found deposits of anti-depressants in brook trout taken from the St. Lawrence River, the drugs having apparently entered the waterway through the sewage […]

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Exposed: Drug companies skew trial data to trick the public

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 by: Jonathan Benson   Tampering with drug trials is nothing new for the pharmaceutical industry, but recent reports explain just how far drug companies are willing to go to make an ineffective, unsafe drug look safe and effective. A recent BBC report explains that in many countries, drug companies are not […]

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