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Lexxel
by West Conner
This is another medication that no one should take. Itís not that it is a bad medication. It is a good drug that works quite well. The problem is the price.
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  • Do you or someone you love suffer from migraine he
    by West Conner
    Recent studies are proving that combining your prescription migraine medication with NSAIDS such as naproxen is much more beneficial than using either product alone. When someone takes both medications, there is also less chance of recurrence.
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  • Lizard Spit and Weight Loss
    by West Conner
    In the southwestern United States lives a unique animal called the Gila monster. What is so unique about this lizard-like creature is the fact that it only eats three times a year. Why does it only get hungry every four months? Scientists, in the never-ending search for new medications, began to study the Gila monster. What they have come up with is truly remarkable.
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  • How Your Doctor Decides Which Medication is Right
    by West Conner
    You go to your doctorís office for a routine check-up. Everything is fine but your cholesterol is a little high. The doctor wants to put you on medication because lowering your cholesterol will significantly reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke. Sounds good until you get to the pharmacy and realize this will cost you a hundred dollars a month, for life. Why would my doctor prescribe a medication for me that is going to cost $1,200 a year? Why didnít he choose something a little cheaper? Why didnít he tell me about eating better and exercising?
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  • Tylenol causes asthma?
    by West Conner
    Some medical scientists are saying that taking Tylenol (acetaminophen) can increase the risk of asthma. The reason is that acetaminophen lowers the bodyís level of something called glutathione. Glutathione has a protective effect on the lungs and people with asthma have lower glutathione levels than healthy people. Contradicting this, the body produces glutathione much faster than acetaminophen can reduce it. Also, those who are allergic to aspirin have about a 30% chance of getting a short, asthma-like condition called bronchospasm if they take 1000mg or more of acetaminophen. I wouldnít concern myself too much unless you are allergic to acetaminophen, then do not take more than 1000mg in one dose. There is definitely not enough proof to say whether or not acetaminophen has any role in asthma. Experts say acetaminophen is still, overall, the safest medication for mild to moderate pain.
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  • Float your inhaler?
    by West Conner
    Many doctors, nurses, and even some pharmacists have told patients that if their asthma inhaler floats, it is empty. This is not a good idea. Floating an inhaler is not accurate and you will get different results whether the valve stem is up or down. The newer inhalers with the HFA propellant will float when completely full.
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