Martha Rosenberg

Martha Rosenberg frequently writes about the impact of the pharmaceutical, food and gun industries on public health. Her work has appeared in the Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune and other outlets

Inside the medical device racket Martha Rosenberg
How Big Pharma infiltrated the Boston Museum of Science Martha Rosenberg
No holiday season for sex workers Martha Rosenberg
Should taxpayers pay for opioid crisis? Pharma caused it Martha Rosenberg
How Big Pharma and Big Food have made us fat and sick Martha Rosenberg
Big corporations like Nestle are aggressively making people even fatter across the globe Martha Rosenberg
Don't worry about new Alabama mad cow, says CDC, but facts suggest otherwise Martha Rosenberg
Why eating meat in America is like going on a trip to the drug store Martha Rosenberg
The pharma business model actually wants people to stay sick Martha Rosenberg
Bacon shortage could be the result of bad industry Martha Rosenberg
The footsteps Mylan followed: EpiPens scandal runs deeper than most of us realize Martha Rosenberg
Our food system is rigged: How the corporate food industry is taking desperate steps to fight animal reforms Martha Rosenberg
What Big Pharma doesn't want you to know about the opioid epidemic Martha Rosenberg
It might not be dementia: How Big Pharma is harming our senior citizens Martha Rosenberg
Meet Monsanto's evil twin: 8 disturbing facts about the chemical fertilizer industry Martha Rosenberg