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Vaccine mandates feature prominently in the news at the moment. These are contentious for some health personnel, nurses and doctors among others, who are refusing to be vaccinated and willing to lose jobs if need be. France and the United States, countries not typically associated with an authoritarian approach, have made Covid vaccines compulsory. Some […]
There are many RxISK posts on antibiotics – look under antibiotics – with 6 or so dealing with Fluoroquinolones from the original Flox-Tox to Fluoroquinolones: Not so Carte Blanche. Miriam Knight has written this one. Doctor: “I’ll give you an antibiotic to clear that up”. Me: “Thanks very much”. I imagine just about everyone reading […]
Mind is a mental health charity based in England and Wales. For several years, their information on antidepressants has included a warning that sexual side effects may continue after stopping an SSRI or SNRI – Post SSRI Sexual Dysfunction (PSSD). We recently contacted Mind after noticing a change to the wording. See the emails below. […]
Samizdat is proud to announce the imminent birth of El Naufragio de lo Singular – a transformation into Spanish of Shipwreck of the Singular. The birth will be before the end of September. As the expectant parents wait – they invite you this post as the equivalent of a baby shower party. Baby showers may […]
This post was triggered by the reactions of women to recent posts here and here. It has a partner in Escape from a Prescription Drug Maze. It fits with a relaunch of the RxISK Facebook Page, where the theme of how do we stop ourselves being silenced is one that will be developed. Tracey whose […]