Consumer drug ads: The harms that come with pitching lifestyle over information
Between news release hype and peer-reviewed publication, patients wait in limbo
When ‘fact-checked’ health news doesn’t tell the whole story
Did a pricey cholesterol-lowering drug really reduce deaths, as headlines claim?
Lowering the bar on Alzheimer’s drugs: STAT op-ed takes industry-friendly line, without disclosing author’s pharma ties
Pharma backing of advocacy groups: a call for transparency
Drug kills flu in a day, news headlines claim. Here’s why that’s bad for public health
MedPage Today’s ‘dinner table’ stories: Do readers really know what they’re being served?
Not so fast: News headlines claiming two therapies were proven ‘equally effective’ for treating opioid use disorder
A pharma sales army aims to increase ‘fibroid awareness’; women’s health experts brace for collateral damage