Drugs and Pharmacology, Third Edition

Drugs_Pharmacology_Carniva.jpgWelcome to the third edition of Drugs and Pharmacology — a monthly blog carnival that aims to review posts “related to drugs — medicinal, recreational, interactional, personal, professional, or any other aspects.”

Please remember to submit your blog entries using the online submission form. We will do our best to review and include your entry! Enjoy your readings…

Adverse/Side Effects

Keyboard Culture Expert Community presents Alternative Medicine Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis: Drugs: Part 2 posted at Dr. Steven Dell Keyboard Culture Health and Wellness, talks about five main categories of drugs used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and reviews the pros and cons of each.

Dana presents NJ considering new round of mandatory vaccines posted at Principled Discovery.


Steve Pavlina presents Why Vegan? posted at Steve Pavlina’s Personal Development Blog.

Charles H. Green presents Digital and Analogue Social Networks and Pharma posted at Trust Matters, saying, “A certain kind of “customer-centricity” is not collaborative. It is customer-centric in the way a vulture is customer-centric—laser-focused on its prey.”

Dr Martin W. Russell presents Self Help For Sleeping Pills – The Campaign posted at Dr Martin W. Russell.

New Drugs

Abdulrasool Sumar presents Tarceva, New Drug May Help Fight some Non-Small Cell Lung Cancers posted at Mesothelioma Cancer, saying, “Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago is currently hosting lung cancer clinical trials in an effort to research a new drug called Tarceva that can help in the fight against most non-small cell lung cancers that are generally considered resistant to chemotherapy.”

Ron Ruiz presents Can You Sell Sleep? posted at The Business Ideas-Making Money Blog.

Psychiatric Drugs

Helene Zemel presents Ritalin – The Truth about ADD posted at Health Plans Plus, saying, “Now that school is in session, parents must become advocates for their children and be vigilant against the labeling of their children as ADD or ADHD.”

Recreational Drugs & Alcohol

Jon Swift presents When Steroids Are Banned, Only Cheaters Will Have Steroids posted at Jon Swift, saying, “The real heroes in this story are the baseball players who were not afraid to take steroids because of some old-fashioned notion of fair play.”

Shaheen E Lakhan, MD, PhD, MEd, MS, FAAN

Shaheen E Lakhan, MD, PhD, MEd, MS, FAAN, is a board-certified neurologist and pain specialist, medical educator, and scientist. He is the executive director of the Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation (GNIF). He is a published scholar in biomarkers, biotechnology, education technology, and neurology. He serves on the editorial board of several scholarly publications and has been honored by the U.S. President and Congress.
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