The use of anorectic drugs in medicine has always been a highly controversial issue. It is generally accepted that the problem of obesity comes more from behavior rather than genetics. Many doctors believe that diet drugs should not be used, and instead people wishing to lose weight should simply eat less and exercise. Sounds easy enough, doesn't it? Why bother with all the … [Read more...] about Anorectic Pharmacology Part 2 – Are Diet Drugs Necessary?
I have greatly enjoyed reading Bill Roberts’ Anabolic Pharmacology Column and I applaud him for his help in bringing much needed common sense to the area of anabolic hormone research. Only recently with the HIV/AIDS epidemic and the AIDS wasting syndromes has research on the therapeutic use of anabolic steroids become respectable again. However, as clueless as the medical … [Read more...] about Anorectic Pharmacology Part 1 – The Absurdity of the New Diet Drugs