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No-Side-Effect Drugs Meet Today's Health Challenges
Date:2/25/2009

New Health Trend

MORAGA, Calif., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Over 700,000 Americans visit emergency rooms each year due to adverse drug reactions from mainstream pharmaceutical drugs (JAMA). Adding insult to injury, many of these drugs are proving to be ineffective.

The most common mainstream flu medicine (Tamiflu) is no longer effective, says the Center for Disease Control. After reviewing 47 clinical trials, the Public Library of Science concludes that "New generation anti-depressants have little clinical benefit for most patients."

The good news: Today's important medicine alternatives are freeing people from the apprehension of trying to obtain symptom relief while also worrying about drug side effects.

2009 Medical Trends

Michael D. Ostrolenk, public policy health consultant, says that the current medical trend "is about choice and experimentation ... where the patient is ultimately responsible for taking steps to improve their own health and well-being."

Celebrated trend tracker Gerald Celente, Trends Research Institute, sees a 2009 Whole Health Healing trend growing to the point where individuals take more responsibility for achieving and maintaining their health, increasingly reject prescription drugs, and may choose to only see the doctor for emergencies.

No-Side-Effect Drugs

Supporting this trend of individual health responsibility are innovative medicines that do not have negative side effects, yet have proven to deliver fast relief. These medicines are based on the homeopathic principals of using natural ingredients whenever possible, as well as using the lowest dose that will achieve the desired effect.

Liddell Laboratories is a leading manufacturer of no-side-effect drugs to treat a wide range of conditions. Liddell's FDA listed drugs are non-toxic and offer relief without such side effects as drowsiness, anxiety, nausea or headaches that have become all too familiar.

In this economy, it is significant that these effective medicines cost less than 50 cents per day.

A new Liddell customer survey reveals that 75% of its customers choose its no-side-effect drugs because of their lack of toxicity, while 65% said that it was also important that they can be safely used along with other medications.

About Liddell Laboratories

Liddell Laboratories' goals are to empower people with the knowledge necessary to achieve better health and to provide no-side-effect medicines to help people avoid the toxic effects of mainstream pharmaceutical drugs. Learn about the 31 conditions Liddell treats with no-side-effect drugs at www.nosideeffectdrugs.com.

    Contact: Randy Powers; 1-800-460-7733; rpowers@liddell.net;
    www.nosideeffectdrugs.com


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