Studies in animals often use stressful methods that produce invalid results

Back in 2012, when I first started writing about the benefits of steroids such as pregnenolone, I often got emails quoting the study below as evidence that pregnenolone and related steroids amplify instead of mitigate the stress response (HPA axis). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17928160 “…We chose IP injection to assess neuroactive steroids effects at the central level because … Read more Studies in animals often use stressful methods that produce invalid results

FDA and NIH let clinical trial sponsors keep results secret (illegally)

A very good overview of how little power (or incentive) the federal authorities have to ensure proper reporting of clinical trials results, considering their own trials/studies are some of the biggest violators. By law, all sponsored human research/trial has to be registered in the public database ClinicalTrials.gov and upon completion its results should also be … Read more FDA and NIH let clinical trial sponsors keep results secret (illegally)