FDA approves drug for the annoyingly cheerful

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  1. Vic Shayne, PhD’s avatar

    While the Onion is a great source of parody, it’s sad that in reality drug companies continually invent reasons to take their products. They literally invent diseases, which serves two main purposes: First, a disease needs a drug and medical treatment, and Second, a disease is something that any non-medical professional is not legally allowed to treat.

  2. Chris Kresser’s avatar

    Yep, and there’s even a name for that manipulative marketing technique: “disease mongering“


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