One man’s health condition is another man’s business opportunity. There may be nothing wrong with that in this age of privatized and commercialized health care. But when the “business opportunity” turns out to be a fraudulent scam to steal money from the sick or those worried about their health, government should step in and send the fraudsters and scammers to prison or to a special place in hell where they burn and freeze at the same time.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not (to our knowledge anyway) banished a fraudster to hell but it is, at least, warning consumers about unscrupulous people and companies who are trying to make a billion bucks this flu season by scamming those who are worried about catching the flu virus.
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Deer Antler Spray Side Effects & Effectiveness. CNN reports on the deer antler spray controversy involving top athletes such as golfer Vijay Singh and footballer Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens.
Deer antlers reportedly contain IGF-1 which is reputed to boost performance and muscle recovery. IGF-1 (Insulin-like Growth Factor 1) is banned in most sports because it is essentially the same as human growth hormone (HGH).
Where can one buy a deer antler spray? According to this CNN report, it is being sold by a company called SWATS (Sports With Alternatives to Steroids) owned by a guy named Mitch Ross. We’re pretty sure that this is available in other sites such as Amazon.
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The Daily Mail is reporting that a seven year old British boy named Josh Hadfield has developed narcolepsy three weeks after the swine flu vaccine, Pandemrix, was administered on him two years ago. He was a normal boy then but, now, he often suffers narcolepsy attacks which cause him to sleep for 19 hours a day.
Says Josh’s mother Caroline Hadfield about her son’s condition: Continue reading “Pandemrix: Does Swine Flu Vaccine Cause Narcolepsy?”