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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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  • 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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  • Orlistat goes OTC, underwear beware!
    by West Conner
    For the most part, everyone wants to be able to eat whatever they want, take a diet pill, and have the body of a model. A few years ago when Xenical came out, people thought this was the new miracle, a pill that blocks fat absorption. It works quite well also. But there is a drawback. People quickly learned where that fat goes when it is not absorbed. Yes, what goes in, must come out.
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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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  • Another generic; another dirty trick
    by West Conner
    Another antihistamine is now available in generic, potentially saving you money at the pharmacy counter. Zyrtec had $1.2 billion in sales in 2006, the latest figure available. Whenever a patent expires and the generic becomes available, the manufacturer loses virtually 100% of sales.
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  • Doors Open to Those With Initiative - Apply Within
    by Stephan Bevan
    Like outstanding Customer Service skills, Initiative is something people either have or they don't. Those who do have these instincts just seem to navigate through certain situations with ease, like a foo-foo dust has sprinkled on them and they just know how to charm others and seize opportunities.
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