White House suddenly realizes America buys too many pharmaceuticals from China

Monday, February 17, 2020 by: Ethan Huff (Natural News) In a recent announcement, White House trade advisor Peter Navarro admitted that the United States relies too heavily on communist China to produce its pharmaceutical drugs, and that that supply could dwindle due to the continued spread of novel coronavirus. With most pharmaceuticals and vitamins either made in China or … Continue reading White House suddenly realizes America buys too many pharmaceuticals from China

Marketing Psychiatric Drugs to Jailers and Judges

Drug companies are courting jails and judges through sophisticated marketing efforts. MAX BLAU – DECEMBER 31, 2019 On a rainy Monday morning in April, more than a hundred sheriffs, doctors, nurses, and jail guards from around the country sat in a ballroom on the outskirts of Nashville, sipping on coffees and listening to Daniel Potenza, a psychiatrist … Continue reading Marketing Psychiatric Drugs to Jailers and Judges

Drug companies have deluged the US population with billions of opoid pills, with some areas receiving 306 pills per person each year

By Strange Sounds - Jul 28, 2019 DEA tracked every opioid pill sold in the US. And the results are horrific.   Between 2006 and 2012, 3 opioid drug makers and 6 distributors flooded the country with 76 billion pills of oxycodone and hydrocodone. These highly addictive opioid pain medications that sparked the epidemic of abuse and overdoses … Continue reading Drug companies have deluged the US population with billions of opoid pills, with some areas receiving 306 pills per person each year

Ohio shocker: 793 million opioid drug doses prescribed in one year

Ohio shocker: 793 million opioid drug doses prescribed in one year Here’s why zombies are real By Jon Rappoport The state government of Ohio has filed a lawsuit against five drug companies: Teva, Allergen, Johnson & Johnson, Purdue, and Endo. The suit accuses these companies of unlawful marketing practices that have led to Ohio’s opioid … Continue reading Ohio shocker: 793 million opioid drug doses prescribed in one year

Drug companies “buy” positive research results, reveals shocking BMJ study; the entire body of Big Pharma ‘evidence’ must now be questioned

(Natural News) If you ever wanted to know why it is vital that the incoming Trump administration implement dramatic reforms of the pharmaceutical industry, this should answer that question comprehensively. To say that Big Pharma is corrupt is an understatement, especially after a shocking new study published in the British Medical Journal found that drug … Continue reading Drug companies “buy” positive research results, reveals shocking BMJ study; the entire body of Big Pharma ‘evidence’ must now be questioned

Drug Companies Flooded W.V. With More Than 780 Million Pain Pills

The distributors 'knew what was going on.' They just 'didn't care.' The United States is embroiled in a fierce battle against opioid abuse. In 2014, there was a 3.4-fold increase in the number of opioid overdose deaths in America. The state hit hardest by the opioid crisis is West Virginia, where drug companies pumped 782 million pain … Continue reading Drug Companies Flooded W.V. With More Than 780 Million Pain Pills

Antidepressants: Drugs make people ‘TWICE as likely to think about suicide’ study claims

A review of trials of antidepressants taken by healthy adults with no signs of a mental health disorder has found the drugs used to treat the illness doubled the harms related to suicide and violence. Experts working on the study said the analysis was undertaken because the harms of antidepressants, including the risk of suicide, … Continue reading Antidepressants: Drugs make people ‘TWICE as likely to think about suicide’ study claims

NY Attorney General confirms real-life conspiracy among drug companies

(NaturalNews) The office of the New York Attorney General and the American units of Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. have come to terms on a settlement involving claims that an agreement between the two Big Pharma companies restricted competition unlawfully. Both companies agreed to pay a small fine (by comparison) of $150,000 … Continue reading NY Attorney General confirms real-life conspiracy among drug companies