CULTURE

CULTURE

Fact Check No-Brainer: The Lethal False Advertising Fueling America’s Substance Use Epidemics ADDICTION TREATMENT, CHRONIC PAIN, CULTURE, DISEASE MODEL, DOXA, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, SCIENCE

Fact Check No-Brainer: The Lethal False Advertising Fueling America’s Substance Use Epidemics by Clark Miller July 17, 2019      Protecting the brand of addiction as a medical condition and its payoffs required that the story change from a genetic cause – never supported by... Read More

More Harm by Medical Harm Reduction: Fetal Nicotine Effects ADDICTION TREATMENT, CHRONIC PAIN, CULTURE, DISEASE MODEL, DOXA, HARM REDUCTION, HEALTHCARE, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, SCIENCE, Suboxone

More Harm by Medical Harm Reduction: Fetal Nicotine Effects by Clark Miller June 12, 2019 Late in 2017 the nation’s top medical journal – Journal of the American Medical Association, JAMA – featured endorsement of an “innovative” plan by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration... Read More

Deconstructed 1. Media Failure Drives America’s Worsening Substance Use Epidemics ADDICTION TREATMENT, CULTURE, DISEASE MODEL, DOXA, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, MEDIA, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Suboxone, SUBSTANCE USE

Deconstructed 1. Media Failure Drives America’s Worsening Substance Use Epidemics by Clark Miller April 22, 2019 In the face of consistent, mounting evidence invalidating the constructed fabrication of a clinical and research base justifying use of substitute opioids to address America’s lethal epidemic, America’s medical,... Read More

Opioid Crisis v2: America’s Top Media and Medical Institutions Spin Lethal Public Health Disinformation From Disconfirming Results ADDICTION TREATMENT, CULTURE, DOXA, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, SCIENCE, TOBACCO, VAPING

Opioid Crisis v2: America’s Top Media and Medical Institutions Spin Lethal Public Health Disinformation From Disconfirming Results by Clark Miller April 10, 2019 Perhaps predictable:   that America’s Premier Medical Research Journal, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) - whose endorsed use of... Read More

From “Harm Reduction” to Pediatric Addiction Epidemic: Another Medical Industry-Fueled, Predictable Public Health Threat: Inhalation of Nicotine Booming Among Youth, Linked to Increased Risk of Tobacco Use and Diabetes Epidemic ADDICTION TREATMENT, CULTURE, DIABETES, HARM REDUCTION, MEDICAL MODEL, SUBSTANCE USE, VAPING, YOUTH

From Jama-Endorsed Medical “Harm Reduction” to Child Substance Use Epidemic: Another Medical Industry Predictable Public Health Threat - Vaped Nicotine Booming Among Youth Linked to Increased Cigarette Use and Diabetes Epidemic by Clark Miller April 5, 2019 Accumulating evidence points to runaway rates of “vaping”... Read More

The Lethal Group Think of Mass and Social Media ADDICTION TREATMENT, CULTURE, DOXA, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HEALTHCARE, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, TOBACCO, VAPING

The Lethal Group Think of Mass and Social Media by Clark Miller March 23 , 2019 Grossly incompetent media reporting on research related to public health crises continues to expose vulnerable Americans to potentially lethal misinformation. Despite mounting mortality, public health, and social costs, there... Read More

Game Over for Bad Medicine ADDICTION TREATMENT, CHRONIC PAIN, CULTURE, DISEASE MODEL, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, HEALTHCARE, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Suboxone, VAPING

Game Over for Bad Medicine by Clark Miller March 7, 2019 Predictably, biomedical interventions for non-medical problems deliver at best no benefit, more likely harm.  Just as psychotherapy for malignant tumors would. Or, equally absurd and criminal, as addictive chemicals for common (psychogenic) chronic pain... Read More

How Media Fuel Worsening Substance Use Epidemics ADDICTION TREATMENT, CULTURE, DISEASE MODEL, DOXA, EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENT, HARM REDUCTION, HEALTHCARE, MEDIA, MEDICAL MODEL, OPIOID CRISIS, PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS, Suboxone

How Media Fuel Worsening Substance Use Epidemics by Clark Miller January 30, 2019 Among conspiring factors driving America’s worsening substance use epidemics media responsibility to provide investigation, accountability, exposure of harmful practices, and accurate information to a vulnerable public is both critical for change and... Read More