9 comments on “Wyeth and the Multimillion Dollar Menopause Industry

  1. I knew they were a bad idea. Another bad idea is the Statin drugs. Have you noticed how a lot of people limp now? – That’s how I identify a Statin drug user.


      • If you Google Statin side effects you will find lots of info about this issue. The Mayo Clinic states
        “What are statin side effects?

        Muscle pain and damage
        The most common statin side effect is muscle pain. You may feel this pain as a soreness, tiredness or weakness in your muscles. The pain can be a mild discomfort, or it can be severe enough to make your daily activities difficult. For example, you might find climbing stairs or walking to be uncomfortable or tiring.

        Very rarely, statins can cause life-threatening muscle damage called rhabdomyolysis (rab-doe-mi-OL-ih-sis). Rhabdomyolysis can cause severe muscle pain, liver damage, kidney failure and death. Rhabdomyolysis can occur when you take statins in combination with certain drugs or if you take a high dose of statins.”

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  2. The really sick thing about statin drugs is 50 years of research showing the elevated cholesterol levels are totally unrelated to heart attacks and and strokes. This was an elaborate myth concocted by the American Heart Association and various research funded by the vegetable oil industry.

    Nina Teicholz writes about this sordid history in The Big Fat Surprise: http://stuartjeannebramhall.com/2015/02/12/why-the-low-fat-diet-makes-you-fat-and-gives-you-heart-disease-cancer-and-tooth-decay/

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