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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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  • Statins, The New Wonder Drug?
    by West Conner
    Statins are a group of medications used to decrease cholesterol in the body. This reduction is shown to prevent heart attacks and strokes. Recent research, however, is shedding a new light on the potential benefits of these drugs.
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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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  • Lose Weight, Use Less Gas
    by West Conner
    There was a study that just came out that says we, as Americans, are spending more money on gasoline for our vehicles because we weigh more. The study found that we weigh an average of 24 more pounds than we did in 1960. This equates to about one billion gallons of gas more per year, roughly $2.2 billion, than 46 years ago.
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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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  • Its a scam!
    by West Conner
    Those are the exact words the former drug salesman for Plavix said to me about the drug. We were talking in a group of people and the subject of taking an aspirin every day to prevent a stroke or heart attack came up.
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