Reflux Disease Treatment Nexium Now Approved for Children Ages 1 to 11
FDA has approved Nexium (esomeprazole magnesium) for short-term use in children ages 1 to 11 years for the treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). The agency approved the drug in two forms, a delayed-release capsule and liquid form. Nexium is approved in 10 milligrams (mg) or 20 mg daily for children ages 1 to 11, compared to 20 mg or 40 mg recommended for pediatric patients ages 12 to 17.
Simply amazing. I recall the movies Matrix and Terminator, when I think of the mindless things that people and organizations and governments do, I assume it is payoffs with money, and it is justified by ignorance of the human body and nutrition. Perhaps it is a plot to create apathy, complacency or ultimately catatonic ....
Very sad that children have to suffer from this "disorder." When the real disorder are the nutritionally ignorant parents, who would allow Doctors to give to "OK" for their children to be given Nexium being big pharmaceutical paid once again the FDA to get this drug approved.
If the human body was truly a machine leave a car, where you could simply replace parts and make the body run on an alternative fuel source then that is ok I suppose.... but WE ARE NOT MACHINES, we are NOT designed to eat garbage and cover up the symptoms with synthetic toxic chemicals because of the greed of the pharmaceutical companies and the brainwashing they have done to our Doctors.