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According to the Washington post Nov. 2nd 2005, ’President Bush yesterday asked Congress for $7.1 billion to help prepare the country for a global epidemic of influenza, telling a high-powered gathering of scientists and public officials at the Natio

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Natural News

Pharmaceutical products could be employed to boost the performance of one army's soldiers while undermining the minds of those on the other, according to a National Research Council report drafted for the US Defense Intelligence Agency.

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Wall Street Journal

In 2004, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ordered drug makers to put a strong "black-box" warning on antidepressant labels, saying the medications can lead to suicidal thoughts in children. (Buuuut Marijuana must be illegal)

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WorldNetDaily

The Goliath-sized Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Food and Drug Administration have launched an attack on a small radio program and its accompanying website for recommending natural remedies to health problems, but in this case, David is fighting b

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USA Today

Drug companies are quietly pushing through price hikes of 100% — or even more than 1,000% — for a very small but growing number of prescription drugs, helping to drive up costs for insurers, patients and government programs.

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Arizona CHANGE

Hear the confessions of an RX drug pusher! Gwen Olsen spent fifteen years as a pharmaceutical sales rep working for such healthcare giants as Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Abbott Laboratories.

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Science Daily

Why not call it what it is, a "leash" around the neck? I wonder if it will eventually have a built-in taser to punish non-compliance... Mommy always makes sure her kids take their medicine.....!!

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Mises Institute

There I stood at the pharmacy counter, with a head cold, sniffing away, and begging for some product that contains pseudoephedrine, which works like a magic nose unclogger. The stuff you can get off the shelf now contains the similar-sounding drug ca

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