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Grapefruit juice
by West Conner
Is it OK to take medication that interacts with grapefruit juice, as long as you separate them by two hours?
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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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  • How to get a month of FREE medication
    by West Conner
    Drugstore.com is offering its \"Free 30\" program to help their customers afford prescription medication. If you are a new Drugstore.com customer, you can order a 90-day supply of over 1,000 different generics and receive a rebate check for the cost of a 30-day supply. It is available to first time customers only and does not work with insurance co-pays.
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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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  • 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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