If you need a reminder about the “target market” for drug sales, try watching an episode or two of The Price is Right. Two recent episodes included 13 ads for pharmaceutical products, including Humira, Jardiance, Dupixent and Farxiga. Equally impressive were the warnings about possible side effects, including muscle weakness, trouble breathing or swallowing, blurred vision, bruising, stomach pain, nausea, dizziness, nervousness, yeast infection, respiratory tract infection, skin rash, pink eye, oral herpes, keratitis, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, ear infection, nosebleed, constipation, changes in urination, low blood pressure, high blood potassium, anemia, hair loss, kidney failure, and, oh yes, death.
What happens if the CalPERS investments don’t earn 7.5 percent, as they haven’t in recent years?
Our lawmakers started with the laudable goal of making things more convenient for truly disabled persons.
With almost every request for tax increases, our leaders promise to spend the money on public safety, roads, schools and other community benefits.
There's a monumental difference between the number of A Line trains actually running each day and the proposed number of daily SMART trains.
I don't think the proposed fare structure is SMART's biggest issue.
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One of the oldest wineries along West Dry Creek Road in Sonoma County is A. Rafanelli Winery. Nestled on a knoll that offers a sweeping view of the valley, the rustic winery is still family-owned an...
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