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Harmful effects of humans’ environmental factors and drugs, and advices for a safer live; a study on ants as models

Author : Marie-Claire Cammaerts

We study on ants as models the effects of products used by humans. Here we summarize our last findings as we previously did, four times, for our first findings. We report the impact of environmental continuous lighting, noise, odors, and manmade electromagnetism, then those of the drugs sativex, chloroquinine, hydroxychloroquine, oxybutynin, and mirabegron, giving advices for reducing their side effects. After that, we recall the adverse effects of statins, Rennie and alprazolam and suggest safer alternatives. Finally, we emit a few personal pharmacological considerations.


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