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By Joan R. Callahan
This enticing, nontechnical publication discusses 50 overall healthiness scares that captured the public's recognition ahead of fading away, masking genuine and perceived well-being threats from long-ago eras to provide times.
• offers information regarding 50 health and wellbeing scares in 7 different types that all of sudden surfaced then fizzled, offering a consultant pattern of comparable occasions over the past half-century
• comprises sidebar sections highlighting anecdotes or examples
• A bibliography presents an intensive examining record for every subject bankruptcy and the introduction
• A word list defines biomedical and different strange terms
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In a 1993 Gallup poll of women aged 45 to 60, only 34 percent took estrogen at the time of the survey, and only 42 percent had ever taken it. In 1995, a new book by a physician expressed puzzlement about the fact that so few women took advantage of HRT and speculated that poor compliance with doctors’ orders or unfounded “myths or fears” might be responsible. But in a 2002 Gallup poll—not long before release of the data that consigned the HRT experiment to the dung heap of medical history—its users still represented only 37 percent of the sample.
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The widespread use of DES between 1940 and 1970 might seem to imply that researchers tested it extensively on animals before giving it to human beings. It is unclear, however, if adequate testing ever took place. Animal rights activists claim that animal experiments showed that DES was safe for humans when in fact it was not, and cite this example as proof that animal testing is unreliable and should be banned. Other sources, however, claim the opposite—that DES was not properly tested on pregnant animals before its approval for use on humans, and that such testing might have saved many human lives.
50 Health Scares That Fizzled by Joan R. Callahan