Pain Reliever or Pain Killer?

by Cedric Houston Affiliate Marketing
For almost half a century the most common term for a pain medication was a "Pain Killer". Billion Dollar Drug Companies want to change the name to "Pain Reliever"...Why?
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  • "You may as well wear a sign, 'Please kill my kidneys'."
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There are more than 30 BILLION NSAID doses purchased over-the-counter (OTC) and over 70 million pain killer prescriptions written (annually) in the United States! Thats enough pain medications for every American (over the age of 20) to take 149 doses of pain medications per year. That is a frightening statistic when research shows that the onset of organ damage can begin in just 4 days of recommended use.

Could it be that Americas health care problem is actually a pill popping problem that has been fueled by BILLIONS of dollars (from the big drug companies) on massive Television, Print and Internet advertising that is aggressively directed at consumers?

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About Cedric Houston Senior     Affiliate Marketing

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Joined APSense since, August 16th, 2011, From Raleigh, United States.

Created on Dec 26th 2011 20:50. Viewed 1,230 times.


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