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Martha Rosenberg, Health Correspondent

Martha Rosenberg is the Investigative Health Correspondent for NewsBlaze. Martha illustrates most of her stories with relevant cartoons.

Martha is the author of the new book "Born With a Junk Food Deficiency: How Flaks, Quacks and Hacks Pimp The Public Health."

In the video to the right, Mike Papantonio talks with Martha about a few examples of some of the most dangerous drugs on the market today.

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Still Eating This Dangerous Growth Enhancer? US Pork Producers Are Removing It
A drug whose safety and initial approval were in question was given wide use in the US food supply, bit it is encouraging US pork producers are hearing consumers.
06:29 Sep 25, 2015 PST
Why is Meat So Cheap? It is Called Cheap Labor
Guest workers cannot protest working conditions and are pawns in the Big Meat game. In addition to their own suffering, they do food consumers no favors.
14:26 Jul 29, 2015 PST
Cruel? Dangerous? 2015's Top Food Stories So Far!
Martha Rosenberg, our health and food investigator says we have the power to shut down any offensive food product that big government, ag and business foist upon us.
16:25 Jan 17, 2015 PST
Cutting Meat But Not A Vegetarian? You Are A Reducetarian
We cut down on meat for health, environment, treatment of animals and workers but many people today actually think meat is good for you?
14:39 Dec 31, 2014 PST
Hey Doc - I think I Have Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency!
Martha Rosenberg says Big Pharma has things exactly backwards, developing new diseases for its drugs, rather than developing drugs to cure existing diseases.
16:56 Nov 18, 2014 PST
On Centennial of Passenger Pigeon Extinction, Dove Hunting Flourishes
Hunters kill thousands of dives and think that is a great thing. Beautiful light gray-brown mourning doves may become extinct as hunters kill until they drop.
06:27 Oct 2, 2014 PST
States, Desperate for 'Youth Hunters,' Stoop to Sleazy Tactics
Kids killing pen-raised pheasants about food, skill or gratuitous cruelty? Is it ethical for states to offer blood sports to children to fill DNR coffers?
14:13 Sep 27, 2014 PST
Are Deer Safe To Eat?
Martha Rosenberg looks back at the problems of deer in Wisconsin, including the wasting disease and the 2004 hunter-shooting rampage by Chai Vang, and asks if the deer are safe to eat now.
06:12 Sep 21, 2014 PST
Congratulations! You are a Size Zero!
Martha Rosenberg investigates the fattening of America. Dieting is doing a lot more for diet food manufacturers and fitness centers than Americans.
06:03 Sep 6, 2014 PST
Should We Watch the Animals We Eat Being Slaughtered?
Martha Rosenberg investigates a proposal that people watch the animals they eat being killed. Some say it encourages insensitivity and lack of empathy for suffering.
16:12 Aug 19, 2014 PST
Are U.S. Kids Excessively Drugged?
Are U.S. Kids Excessively Drugged? No, Says the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health.
12:26 Jul 9, 2014 PST
The Suntan - Status Symbol or an Unnecessary Health Risk?
Chicago - After an interminable winter, it is sunny and 86 degrees in Chicago. Tank tops and shorts are the couture of the day in Millennium Park, in the heart of downtown - except for some young women visiting from Asia. They are also in summer clo
19:55 Jun 5, 2014 PST
Did You Eat These Eggs? 'Teflon Don' Takes Plea Deal For Salmonella-Tainted Eggs
Martha Rosenberg investigates 'Teflon Egg Don,' and his son Peter who may plead guilty to introducing adulterated food into interstate commerce and causing a nationwide salmonella outbreak
21:50 Jun 2, 2014 PST
Seven Health Myths You Probably Believe Are True
Martha Rosenberg warns that these health myths about what we eat, the products we buy and even the diseases we should be fear are not what we are told they are.
08:15 May 22, 2014 PST
What Would The Camel Filters Man Say About Messenger Bags?
Martha Rosenberg writes about how far we've come in such a short time. The Camel Filters man would be flabbergasted, but we take it all in stride now.
13:51 May 14, 2014 PST
US Losing War Against Deer Disease
Investigative reporter, Martha Rosenberg, reviews the chronic wasting disease problem with deer in Wisconsin, that is devastating herds and will kill people.
20:54 May 6, 2014 PST
Why are Medicare Psychiatric Drugs So Pricey?
That is no doubt why in February the Obama administration sought to limit the 'protected status' of expensive categories of brand name pills which account for as much as 33 percent of total outpatient drug spending under Part D of Medicare.
11:49 Apr 19, 2014 PST
Gayathri Ramprasad Interview: Shadows in the Sun, Healing Depression
Martha Rosenberg speaks to Gayathri Ramprasad about her journey with depression and how she helps others to focus on wellness, rather than medication.
15:51 Mar 5, 2014 PST
Are Grisly Knife Crimes Associated With SSRI Antidepressants?
Are there two psychiatrists somewhere out there wishing they had not prescribed SSRI antidepressants, linked to such bizarre violence, to the suspects?
18:46 Jan 26, 2014 PST
Are You Taking These Dangerous Drugs?
Have you ever noticed how warnings about dangerous prescription drug always seem to surface after the drug is no longer marketed and its patent has run out?
14:37 Jan 18, 2014 PST
Profiteering On The Nation's Alcoholics and Addicts
Martha Rosenberg says the government is thinking a lot like Big Pharma treating a condition already treated with low-tech non-medical means that kills primates.
14:32 Jan 11, 2014 PST
Six Crimes Against Nature in Factory Farming Part II
Visitors to factory pig facilities have to wear biosecurity suits because the immobility, poisonous air and terror of confinement badly damage the pigs' immune systems, read an article in Rolling Stone.
22:22 Dec 24, 2013 PST
6 Crimes Against Nature in Factory Farming Part I
While many procedures on factory farms are cruel, some practices like breeding animals into mutant-like parodies of their original species and violating mother/offspring bonds are truly crimes against nature.
03:21 Dec 24, 2013 PST
New Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Guidelines Serious as a Heart Attack
Read This Before You Take That Statin: The American Heart Association-Protecting Industry Not Patients
01:26 Dec 12, 2013 PST
Read This Before You Take That Statin
Martha Rosenberg and Barbara Roberts, MD outline many things you need to know before considering taking a statin prescribed by a doctor
10:50 Dec 11, 2013 PST
Single Florida Male, 30, Wants To Meet Caring Female
Martha Rosenberg says as every woman who has dealt with a violent partner knows, batterers are the opposite of the tough guys they pretend to be.
04:05 Nov 26, 2013 PST
What Turkey Producers Won't Tell You
Like antibiotics, arsenic has been routinely used in turkey and other livestock feed to prevent disease, increase feed efficiency and promote growth.
17:02 Nov 20, 2013 PST
Are Your Kids Taking This Illegally Marketed Drug? Are Your Grandparents?
Johnson & Johnson fined for illegally marketing drugs to the elderly and kids. Shady marketing, hidden risks, kickbacks and outrageous prices are not gone from the medical field.
19:43 Nov 9, 2013 PST
Chicago Shooting Sprees Were Abetted By Loose Gun Laws
Twenty-five years after Dann's rampage and eight years after Ross', violent criminals still sail through background checks, including those who threaten to kill. F
12:48 Nov 9, 2013 PST
The US Meat Additive That Most People Are Eating Without Knowing It
Have you ever heard of the ractopamine meat additive? Neither have most US food consumers though it is used in 80 percent of US pig and cattle operations.
17:41 Nov 3, 2013 PST
What's REALLY in Chicken Products? You Don't Want To Know.
That about covers it. The California-based Foster Farms, believed to be the source of the outbreak, has had salmonella problems for a decade says Food Poisoning News. Nor has the government shut them down, even now.
05:02 Oct 24, 2013 PST
Government 'Washes its Hands' of Meat and Poultry Safety Inspections
The move is continuing with new, alarming government efforts to reduce and disempower meat inspectors at slaughter plants and allow private industry to regulate itself.
18:39 Oct 8, 2013 PST
We're Eating What? 9 Contaminants in US Meat
Is seafood safer? Dream on. Mercury-filled tuna inspired Fischer Stevens to make the Oscar-winning documentary The Cove, about the Japanese dolphin-fishing industry when he came down with mercury poisoning.
19:31 Sep 29, 2013 PST
Are Eggs As Healthful as They Are Portrayed? No!
Damage to the heart isn't the only health risk from eating eggs. According to studies in the journals Nutrition and Diabetes Care, eating eggs is 'positively associated' with the risk of diabetes.
18:11 Sep 19, 2013 PST
Could a Dark Horse in the New York Mayoral Primary Be Carriage Horses?
Quinn, like Mayor Bloomberg, affirms the industry as a valuable source of jobs but critics say the largely foreign carriage drivers are not even legal American workers and lack basic empathy toward their equine charges.
05:20 Aug 27, 2013 PST
Is Testosterone The New Estrogen?
It's only been ten years since estrogen replacement was huckstered as a sexual fountain of youth. Women don't lose their hormones because they get old, they get old because they lose their hormones was the lucrative sales pitch.
16:53 Jul 16, 2013 PST
Think Medicare is Wasteful? Look at These Prices for Diabetes Drugs
Walid Gellad, M.D., M.P.H. is an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, and a staff physician and researcher at the Pittsburgh VA Medical Center.
10:57 Jul 5, 2013 PST
How Hard Is It To Carry a Gun in Public? This Woman Was Street Legal 7 Minutes
After the NRA's Wayne LaPierre told the nation only good guys with guns stop bad guys with guns, Yewman says she 'wondered what would it be like to be that good guy with a gun.
21:29 Jun 29, 2013 PST
Death of Meat Inspector Highlights Conditions at Nation's Slaughterhouses
Was Jose Navarro, a federal poultry inspector who died two years ago at the age of 37, a victim of increasingly noxious chemicals used in poultry and meat production?
14:44 Jun 26, 2013 PST
Do Conceal Carriers Make Themselves and Others Safe?
They're Loud and Impassioned-but do Conceal Carriers Make Themselves and Others Safe?
12:46 Jun 21, 2013 PST
How Has Coke Remained the 'Real Thing' for Over 100 Years?
Martha Rosenberg interviews Mark Pendergrast, author of For God, Country &Coca-Cola for NewsBlaze readers around the world.
18:44 Jun 12, 2013 PST
How the NRA Makes Sure Criminals Have Guns
'Criminals don't follow laws' and they are armed is the NRA's surefire, sanctimonious marketing position. We good guys need to be armed because the bad guys are!
17:41 May 25, 2013 PST
US Chicken Industry Defends Arsenic Levels in Food
Both arsenic in birds and bird feed and the deaths described in Gourmet magazine stem from the cult of cheap food perpetrated by US factory farms.
05:40 May 14, 2013 PST
Clouds Form Over Popular Asthma Drug
World sales of Merck's blockbuster asthma drug, Singulair, were about $5 billion a year until last year when its patent expired in the United States. But the drug also has a darkening cloud over it.
12:03 May 9, 2013 PST
How Can We Stop Craving Things That Aren't Good for Us?
Your book draws close parallels between cravings of an alcoholic or drug addict which can be life-threatening and cravings for food or exercise or sex in so-called normal people.
12:30 May 5, 2013 PST
How NRA-Driven Laws Foster Childhood Shootings
'Unintentional poisoning killed 838 children in the US in 2010; more than 90 percent of them were teenagers, ages 10-19,' says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Child Injuries page.
13:28 May 3, 2013 PST
Big Pharma is Giving Bad Pills New Uses to Make Money
The blockbuster pill profit party is over for Big Pharma. Bestselling pills like Lipitor, Seroquel, Zyprexa, Singular and Concerta have gone off patent with nothing new in the product pipeline.
08:19 May 1, 2013 PST
How the NRA Deliberately Helps Criminals-Part 1
Based on the Center for American Progress Report Blindfolded, and with One Hand Tied Behind the Back First in a Multi-part Series
12:43 Apr 27, 2013 PST
Can Red Meat Be Saved as a Healthful Menu Item?
If red meat had a publicity agent, he or she would be fired by now. Publicity agents are supposed to plant positive news about their client and kill any negative publicity.
19:23 Apr 14, 2013 PST
A Way to Force Sane Gun Laws: Boycott Starbucks
While forward-thinking corporations like California Pizza Kitchen, Peet's, IKEA and Disney banned guns from their premises when presented with a petition from the Brady Campaign with 33,000 signatures over a year ago, Starbucks refused.
19:33 Apr 1, 2013 PST
Like a Horoscope, Drug Ad Symtpoms Apply To Everyone
Do you fall asleep at night and wake up in the morning? Do you wake up...hungry for food? You may be suffering from......fill in the disease du jour.
18:55 Mar 24, 2013 PST
Bad Diets for Kids-and the Drugs That Enable Them
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed ban on large-size soft drinks has focused much needed attention on childhood obesity and related health problems.
19:44 Mar 16, 2013 PST
How Safe Is the Milk Your Drinking?
Thanks to resistance from angry consumers, most milk no longer contains the synthetic, genetically modified recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH) developed by Monsanto.
10:02 Mar 13, 2013 PST
Do You Have Back Pain? Hot Flashes? Big Pharma Hopes So!
Recently some of the nation's top researchers, clinicians and scientists convened in Washington D.C. for the first annual Selling Sickness conference-examining how Pharma 'sells' diseases to move the medications intended to treat them.
19:22 Mar 7, 2013 PST
Obama's Home Town Turns Out for Universal Background Checks
Organized by 10 Illinois and Chicago based anti-gun violence groups, the rally comes weeks after the Obamas attended services for slain Hadiya Pendleton in Chicago and as Illinois' ban against concealed weapons has been overturned.
13:13 Feb 23, 2013 PST
Animal Drugs in Your Food? Probably
Animal Pharma is a huge revenue engine that sells drugs by the ton, often with no prescription or veterinarian's approval necessary, and it provides a never-ending supply of compliant patients.
11:44 Feb 12, 2013 PST
Are Eggs Safe to Eat Again?
Heart disease isn't the only health concern associated with eating eggs. According to studies in the journals Nutrition and Diabetes Care, eating eggs is 'positively associated' with the risk of diabetes
18:37 Feb 8, 2013 PST
Could Prescription Drugs Be Causing Military Suicides?
This week the Pentagon announced there were more suicides among active-duty members of the armed services in 2012 than combat deaths-a staggering 349. Eighty-five percent had not even seen combat, reported Bloomberg.
19:20 Feb 2, 2013 PST
Phony Patients Selling Pricey Drugs-Part 1
How expensive? The prices listed at in June 2011 for atypical antipsychotics, for 100 middle dose pills were: Abilify $1,644, Geodon $958, Invega $1,789, Risperdal $953, Seroquel $2,000 and Zyprexa $1,680.
16:18 Jan 31, 2013 PST
Merck Emails Ridicule Patients Harmed By Drug
Newly available emails and internal Merck documents reveal the company was far from concerned or surprised when ONJ-links to Fosamax surfaced in the early 2000's and launched elaborate spin campaigns to keep the $3 billion a year pill afloat.
14:36 Jan 21, 2013 PST
Why is Violence-Linked Malaria Drug Still In Use?
Malaria drug developed by the Walter Reed in the 1970s warns of psychosis, hallucinations, delusions, paranoia, aggression, tremors, confusion, abnormal dreams and suicide.
09:16 Jan 15, 2013 PST
Laws to Become More Gun-Friendly After Newtown
Gun owners are on a 'winning streak' Todd Vandermyde, the NRA's lobbyist in Illinois, told news media. Chicago-area lawmakers in the General Assembly 'had better realize that,' he threatened.
08:10 Jan 13, 2013 PST
Five States Now Ban Shark Fins, How About This Other 'Delicacy'?
Chicago chefs created a group called Chicago Chefs for Choice to fight the ban and they succeeded.
19:16 Jan 6, 2013 PST
Should We Be Afraid of Mad Cow Disease When It Is Called 'Atypical'?
Mad cow disease is a fatal transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE), which is called bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in cows, scrapie in sheep and goats and chronic wasting disease (CWD) in deer and elk.
13:23 Jan 3, 2013 PST
New Year's Resolutions for the NRA
We will acknowledge that our membership of 4 million is dwarfed in both size and sympathy by 6.2 million teachers, 76.6 million students and 18 million healthcare workers in the US living with our depraved gun policies.
11:00 Jan 1, 2013 PST
AquAdvantage: Do We Really Want to Eat Genetically Modified Salmon? Part 2
The fast growing AquAdvantage salmon is moving through the FDA approval process. But questions remain about the fish, created by AquaBounty Technologies, including its allergic potential.
15:35 Dec 29, 2012 PST
Do We Really Want to Eat Genetically Modified Salmon?
To prevent such risks, AquaBounty told an FDA advisory committee it plans to grow the eggs at a facility on Prince Edward Island in Canada, where escapees could not survive.
15:18 Dec 26, 2012 PST
As First Graders and Fire Fighters Are Gunned Down, NRA Calls for More Firearms
The NRA's post-Newtown sabre rattling is not the first time it has responded to massacres by reaffirming its More! Faster! Bigger! Stronger! Better! firearm extremism.
16:06 Dec 24, 2012 PST
Live Animals Are Bad Charitable Gifts Say Experts
Live animals sent as charitable donations will usually end up suffering from the same poverty and lack of resources and medical care that afflict the poor people in the first place.
14:38 Dec 20, 2012 PST
Martha Rosenberg Interviews New York Times Columnist Gail Collins
Interview with New York Times columnist Gail Collins about her new book, 'As Texas Goes.'
07:05 Dec 18, 2012 PST
US Battles with Russia Over Meat Drug Few Are Aware Of
Ractopamine, an asthma-like drug called a beta-agonist that increases muscle, was integrated into the US food supply over 10 years ago largely under the public's radar.
10:24 Dec 11, 2012 PST
Why Women Are Not Flocking to Tamoxifen
Studies that looked as solid as this week's tamoxifen study assured women that lifelong HRT would prevent heart disease, dementia and other blights -when it turned out to be just the opposite.
08:30 Dec 7, 2012 PST
We're Eating What? The Drugstore in U.S. Meat
Melengestrol acetate, a synthetic progestin put in feed, is 30 times as active as natural progesterone, says the European Commission (EC) and trenbolone acetate, a synthetic androgen, is several times more active than testosterone.
07:39 Dec 3, 2012 PST
Popular Sleeping Pill Linked to Accidents and Violence
Law enforcement officials reported traffic accidents increasing under Ambien's popularity with some drivers not even recognizing police officers there to arrest them.
16:53 Nov 25, 2012 PST
Prescribed and Abandoned-Another Drug Settlement
Would women want to trade 'hot flashes for decreased libido, nausea, increased blood pressure and incredible withdrawal issues' found with Pristiq asked another poster?
12:14 Nov 23, 2012 PST
Antibiotics Causing Resistant Infections-and Linked to Obesity and Allergies
The pills are used to make animals grow faster and keep infections from erupting in the crowded, 'factory' conditions and they do not appear on food labels.
12:59 Nov 19, 2012 PST
Do Women Have Short Memories About Hormone Replacement Therapy? Pharma Hopes So
It has been almost ten years since a federal study found that hormone replacement therapy (HRT) did not prevent heart disease and memory loss as advertised but increased the risk of heart attacks by 29 percent and doubled the risk of dementia. Oops.
08:13 Nov 1, 2012 PST
Third Party Nominees Have Their Say in Obama's Home Town
When asked about U.S. military policy, Stein said repeated bombings of weddings and funerals in war zones 'don't win us the hearts of minds,' of civilians.
12:16 Oct 27, 2012 PST
How Can An Addict and Addict's Family Heal?
Interview with William Moyers, author of Now What? An Insider's Guide to Addiction and Recovery
13:14 Oct 26, 2012 PST
Worst Radio Ads of 2012
There were some new ads urging people to adopt shelter dogs and cats in the public service announcement (PSA) category in 2012-both clever and effective.
16:37 Oct 21, 2012 PST
Shameless Drug Company Still Cashes in on Bone Market
There's plenty of ka-ching in selling 'strong bones' products for the same reason there was plenty of ka-ching in selling 'hormone replacement' products: one-half the population is female, and no one wants to look old.
08:52 Oct 14, 2012 PST
Do You Have Adult ADHD? Big Pharma Hopes So
The bad news is the kid market has peaked out with 4.5 million U.S. children now carrying the label. The good news is adult ADHD is an emerging market.
20:00 Oct 3, 2012 PST
Should Your Child Be on Drugs? Yes, Says Big Pharma
Big Pharma has spent millions on public relations campaigns that tell parents, teachers and clinicians to dose children at the first sign of problems.
14:12 Sep 29, 2012 PST
Doctor Tells How to Get Off Dangerous Psychiatric Drugs in New Book
Your book shines a flashlight into the dark fears that families, caregivers and therapists have but don't often express that if a patient is taken off their psychiatric drugs they will kill themselves.
13:44 Sep 18, 2012 PST
Why Doesn't the Government's Suicide Plan Look at Suicide-Linked Drugs?
Dr. Benjamin announced that federal grants totaling $55 million will save 20,000 lives in the next five years through suicide hotlines, more mental health workers in the VA, better depression screening and Facebook tracking of suicidal messages.
19:28 Sep 12, 2012 PST
California Slaughterhouse Reopens: Triumph of Cheap Meat Over Animal Suffering
California Slaughterhouse Reopens with Vow to Not Suffocate Animals or Shock Them in the Face
11:09 Sep 1, 2012 PST
We're Eating WHAT? McDonald's-Linked Slaughterhouse Shut Down
It has been over four years since the public was horrified and sickened to watch dying dairy cows moved with pitchforks into the slaughter line to make meat for the national school lunch program.
17:07 Aug 23, 2012 PST
Do You Really Need That Statin? Risks and Alternatives
Interview with Barbara H. Roberts, M.D., author of The Truth About Statins: Risks and Alternatives to Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs
14:34 Aug 21, 2012 PST
Are You Ready for the Two Newly-Approved Diet Drugs?
Not everyone agrees on the reasons for the ballooning American physique-is it inactivity? Overeating? The wrong foods? Environmental factors?-
15:03 Aug 12, 2012 PST
The Drugstore in Your Meat and Other Table Top Terrors
Martha Rosenberg's scrutiny of Big Pharma and agribusiness is so bleak and unrelenting, it sometimes seems to go beyond muckraking into something more closely resembling war correspondence.
06:41 Aug 7, 2012 PST
Most Mass Shooters Are Legal Gun Owners
Laws that restrict gun owners from taking their weapons everywhere oppress them says the National Rifle Association (NRA) which calls itself a civil rights group. Did James Eagen Holmes, the Batman suspect, feel oppressed too?
22:09 Jul 24, 2012 PST
Is Your Food Exposing You To This Pesticide?
Endocrine disruptors, synthetic chemicals that mimic and interfere with natural hormones, lurk everywhere from canned foods and microwave popcorn bags to cosmetics and carpet-cleaning solutions.
15:04 Jul 13, 2012 PST
The Electronic Couple: You And Your Cell
Cells are supposed to help communication but they also dodge communication. An informal survey on a college campus found the majority of incoming freshmen were using their cells to talk to-anybody?-Mom!... not to make new friends.
08:01 Jul 5, 2012 PST
Shocking Reports of Overmedicated Foster Children Force Government Review
Three years ago, Mirko and Regina Ceska of Crawfordville, FL told former Gov. Charlie Crist their two adopted 12-year-olds had been prescribed 11 pills a day, including the powerful antipsychotic Seroquel, reported the Tampa Bay Times.
20:08 Jun 24, 2012 PST
Is Pharma Exploiting Socialized Health Care Systems?
They are also pressured by the treatment guidelines process which is based on 'evidence' that Pharma makes sure to keep secret so they are really in the dark, though they may not realize it.
07:43 Jun 18, 2012 PST
There's Money in Cruelty: California Chefs Fight Foie Gras Ban
Foie gras is a food 'delicacy' that requires geese or ducks to be force fed until their liver becomes fatty. Video from foie gras operations shows animals with bloody throats, struggling to hold their heads up and breathe.
07:05 Jun 8, 2012 PST
Can Too Much Food and Too Little Exercise Explain U.S. Obesity
Yet eating too much and exercising too little, considered the root of obesity, are not the only probable culprits. Here are some other factors that are often overlooked.
20:10 Jun 4, 2012 PST
Diseases Grow at Psychiatry Meeting-Thanks to Big Pharma
No kidding. Present at this year's meeting were former APA president Alan F. Schatzberg, MD and Charles Nemeroff, MD, both investigated by Congress for murky Pharma income.
10:39 May 22, 2012 PST
Why Were Risky, Ineffectual Bone Drugs Approved, Some Are Asking
Like Vioxx, Merck's expensive 'super aspirin' that caused thousands of cardiovascular events before being recalled, Merck's Fosamax, the first bisphosphonate bone drug, flew out of the FDA with only a six-month review.
09:24 May 11, 2012 PST
Why are These Fraudulent Papers Unretracted?
For example, a paper written by DesignWrite's Karen Mittleman , according to court-obtained documents, titled 'Is there an association between hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer?'
15:53 May 3, 2012 PST
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