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Another medication to consider not taking
by West Conner
Keflex (cephalexin) has been around since 1970. It has been available in generic form for decades and is still one of the most popular medications prescribed. It has been available in 250mg and 500mg capsules for all these years until now. Suddenly, drug manufacturer Advancis has announced a 750mg capsule. Of course this new strength will only be available in brand name and comes with a hefty price tag.
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  • Four Drug Free Ways to Lower Blood Pressure
    by West Conner
    Blood pressure is the force of blood against the walls of the arteries, the vessels that carry blood away from the heart. It is normal for your blood pressure to fluctuate during the day. When it stays high, you have high blood pressure, or hypertension. This increased pressure puts a strain on your heart that could lead to a heart attack. It also affects other organs in the body like the kidneys and brain.
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  • Now Is The Time To Learn Your Family’s Health History
    by West Conner
    During the holiday season is a great time for family get-togethers. It is this time where you can exchange your family’s health history with your relatives. Many common health conditions run in the family, like heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer. Did you know if you’re a woman and your mother or sister has breast cancer, your risk for breast cancer is doubled? It goes up 500% if both mother and sister have the disease. If both of your parents have type II diabetes, your chances of getting it go up 50%.
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  • Statins and Liver Failure
    by West Conner
    Many people are concerned about possible liver failure associated with taking cholesterol lowering medications called statins. Randomized controlled trials have shown no difference between placebo (sugar pill) and statin groups in the incidence of raised ALT levels (liver enzymes).
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  • How Much Are You Spending at the Pharmacy?
    by West Conner
    Prescription medication is vital to the practice of medicine. How often have you gone to the doctor for a problem and not walked out with a prescription? I can say with confidence, probably not too often.
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  • Five Quick Ways to Save on Prescription Drugs
    by West Conner
    Prescription prices are skyrocketing out of control. The average person is now spending over $250 a month at the pharmacy counter. With the new Medicare Part D plan, the government is stepping in to try and alleviate some of these expenses. The plan is riddled with problems, delays, and confusion. Taking control of your own healthcare is truly the only way to lower your costs. What follows is a quick list of five ways to lower your costs.
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