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FiercePharma  Jul 9  Comment 
Antidepressants have long been linked to an increased risk of birth defects, with companies fighting claims that the meds cause serious issues in newborns if women take the drugs during pregnancy. Now, a new study published in the British Medical...
Forbes  Jun 25  Comment 
Earlier this week, the BMJ published a case study of a woman (deemed a "fashion victim" in the title) who, after spending the day helping a family member move house, suffered weak ankles, foot numbness and severe muscle damage. She was...
MedPage Today  May 4  Comment 
(MedPage Today) -- In a recent perspective piece published in the BMJ, pediatrician Dr. David King argues that expensive wearable monitors designed for babies are implying benefits that they can't back up.
Cellular News  Apr 15  Comment 
Health apps have the potential to make a broad impact on the health of the general population, argues one expert in The BMJ this week. But another explains that there is not enough evidence to support such claims and suggests that health apps may...
FiercePharma  Apr 2  Comment 
Did Novartis and Roche campaign against study data supporting cheap Avastin eye injections as a substitute for their own purpose-made vision drug Lucentis? The BMJ says they did, aiming to "undermine and divert attention" from trials...
guardian.co.uk  Feb 13  Comment 
Advising companies doesn’t have to mean agreeing with them. If the BMJ wants to say there’s a conflict of interest, it should present evidence I woke up on Thursday morning to a flurry of newspaper stories about me under headlines such as...
MedPage Today  Feb 12  Comment 
(MedPage Today) -- BMJ investigation questions financial ties between U.K. nutrition experts and food companies.
MedPage Today  Dec 15  Comment 
(MedPage Today) -- Individuals who want to start the new year with health insurance Obamacare face a Monday deadline.
Red Orbit  Dec 12  Comment 
Christopher Pilny for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online According to a study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) yesterday, men are bigger idiots than women. Half-serious and half-silly (as Salon points out that the BMJ annually...
Forbes  Dec 11  Comment 
It was only a few days ago that I noted here how frustratingly hyped – and often contradictory – health news tends to be as I reported the return of Gary Schwitzer's Health News Review. The organization's return couldn't have better timing...





 




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