Is anyone else tired of those “Low-T” commercials?
Low-T is the catchy nickname marketers have given to low testosterone levels in men. The ads urge men who are feeling tired or who have a low sex drive to ask their doctors about a testosterone supplement.
Injections, gels or nasal sprays—there’s something for everyone! And they’re buying. Over a billion and a half dollars is spent every year on testosterone supplements.… read on
It could mean four in 10 adults, including most of those in late middle age, are put on regular doses in a move that “medicalises” healthy people, leaving them at risk of side-effects including diabetes and memory loss.
Klim McPherson, professor of public health at Oxford University, said: “This
I love this YouTube clip of John Oliver, The Daily Show alum and now host of his own HBO show, Last Week Tonight, in which he takes a humorous but scornful look at how Big Pharma markets drugs to doctors.
In 2013, we spent close to $330 billion on prescription medications; 70% of Americans take at least one prescription drug. As John Oliver … read on