I read in an Associated Press Story that the Journal of the American Medical Association is tightening its policies for researchers after being “misled by researchers who failed to reveal financial ties to drug companies.” The study went on to conclude, “Most of the 13 authors have financial ties to drug companies including antidepressant makers, but only two of them revealed their ties when the study was published in February.”

It’s nice to see the AMA getting savvy. Now if the general public would only follow suit.

By Camille Armantrout

Camille lives with her soul mate Bob in the back woods of central North Carolina where she hikes, gardens, cooks, and writes.