Drugs and Pharmacology, Sixth Editionby Shaheen E Lakhan, MD, PhD, MEd, MS, FAAN | April 10, 2008
Welcome to the sixth 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…
Joshua Seth presents Aspartame Dangers posted at Joshua Seth Blog.
Mark Schauss presents Blood Pressure Vaccine – Breakthrough or Another Reason to Drop Responsibility? posted at Toxic World Blog – Detoxify and Heal Your Body.
Herbal, Organic, & Nutritional Supplements
Burton Kent presents When Herbalists Feel Rotten, This Is What They Do. posted at Acupuncture Marketing for Clinics, saying, “A herbal medicine student managed to stay well for 6 years, but finally caught the flu bug going around.”
Pharmaceutical Companies & Programs
Dan Abshear presents Pharmaceutical Industry Exposed: Desire for an Ethical Resurrection and Medicine Deception: Uncovering the Facts posted at Brain Blogger.
Sally Thompson presents 25 Shocking Facts About the Pharmaceutical Industry posted at NOEDb: Nursing Online Education Database.
cancer presents Asbestos can be fully removed – invention from Poland. posted at Mesothelioma Survivor Portal.
Jeremy presents Bibliography: Psychopharmacology posted at Advances in the History of Psychology, saying, “An annotated bibliography of peer-reviewed histories of psychopharmacology and pharmacopsychology.”
Anthony presents Breakthrough in Treating Crohn’s Disease posted at Joyful Digesting, saying, “Study finds that steroids aren’t necessarily the best way to start treating Crohn’s.”
No future articles scheduled.
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