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- Top 10 Expensive Drugs With Cheaper Alternatives - February 16, 2020
When should you opt for the brand name expensive drugs and when should you consider a cheaper generic option? The answer, surprisingly, is more often than you think!Read More
- Post Nasal Drip Cough Medicine that Actually Works - March 25, 2015
People who have a post nasal drip cough should realize their condition is now being called upper airway cough syndrome (UACS). This is a situation where a person has a cough for a long period of time with nasal congestion. It is often caused by mucus dripping down the back of their throat. This causes a person to have a regular sensation they must clear their throat. UACS can cause a person to have a hoarse voice as well as wake up in the morning with something noticeable in the back of their throat. UACS can result from a person having an allergic or a nonallergic reaction to something in their environment. It could also be the result of sinusitis….Read More
- Memory Function a Reason to Simplify Your Medication Regimen - January 14, 2015
Previously, we talked about medication adherence in broad terms. In fact, we discussed how it isn’t simply a case of not remembering to take prescribed medication, that there are many factors that contribute to non-adherence. While this is true, we need to backtrack a little because a person’s memory does play a role in medication adherence. How Your Memory Works We remember information in pieces. As discussed in a recent Forbes article, a young person with a fully functioning working memory (the memory that is used when we are conducting mental tasks, such as problem solving) can remember 3 to 5 pieces of information at a time. As we age, our ability to remember information declines. This means the maximum capacity of…Read More
- What is the Best Time to Take Your Medications? - October 22, 2014
The majority of people tend to take their medication in the morning when they get up or at night when they go to bed. Taking medication as a part of a solid routine helps ensure the medication isn’t forgotten. Which makes complete sense, BUT that doesn’t mean that morning or night are the best times to take your medication. There are certain medications that are better taken at certain times of the day, according to the biological rhythm of your body and when that medication can be at its most effective. The following is a list of medications that are best taken at a certain time of day: Best Time to Take Asthma Medication Asthma medications taken orally, such as…Read More
- Asthma Medication Prices: Cutting the Cost of Your Treatment - April 30, 2014
Asthma is a very common disease in the United States. According to a 2013 article in The New York Times, more than 40 million people in the U.S. are affected by asthma. The same article also talked about the rising costs of asthma medication prices in the U.S. The medication for asthma comes in both pill form and as an inhaler. While inhalers are commonly prescribed for the treatment of asthma, a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2011 proved that pills can be just as effective as inhalers. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce your asthma medication prices and at the same time extend your supply, particularly when it comes to the pill form of the medication….Read More
- What Allergy Medication Can Help You? - March 16, 2010
As some may know all too well, allergy season is about to hit full swing. Instead of sniffling and sneezing your way through the season, lets take a look at some types of medications that may help remedy your allergy problem. The 2 different types of allergy medications we will look at are antihistamines and leukotriene modifiers. Antihistamines Antihistamines work by blocking receptors for histamine. Histamine is a chemical produced by your body that reacts to certain allergens like pollen, mold, dust mites or pet dander. Certain symptoms that could be relieved by using a antihistamine are nasal congestion, itching, and sneezing. Current antihistamines don’t cause as much drowsiness as they have in the past, but still can cause mild…Read More
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