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  • 10 Early Drug Allergy Signs & Symptoms You Should Know - September 11, 2017

    What is a Drug Allergy? Allergens are not necessarily dust particles or other foreign particles only. Medication can cause an allergy to some people. The immune system treats the drug or medication as a foreign substance, which leads to reactions like hives or rashes, bowel disturbance, difficulty in breathing, among others. This reaction is referred to as a drug allergy. Taking too much of these medication causes adverse drug reaction (ADRs). It can also occur if the medication taken reacts with another drug in your system. This allergic reaction, however, subsides often after a day or two when the medication has been discontinued. Drug allergies are rather annoying and serious, on rare occasions, anaphylaxis, which is a severe condition that…

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  • Is Your Skin Dry and Itchy? Here’s 7 Home Remedies for Eczema - April 17, 2017

    Are you trying to find home remedies for eczema that actually work? Several things can cause eczema, including dry skin, sweat, rough clothes, allergies, and stress. Areas of the skin that are affected by eczema become dry, red, and inflamed. Fortunately, there are some home remedies for eczema that will soothe and soften your skin. Be sure to peep your skin moisturized and only use laundry detergents and other products that are gentle and free of dye or perfume. It is also important to wear breathable clothing and keep your stress levels down. If you suffer from allergies, take an allergy medication such as Allegra, Benadryl or Zyrtec on a regular basis.  Try to avoid scratching the affected areas to allow them to…

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  • Prescription and OTC Drug Abuse – The New Epidemic - December 31, 2014

    The emerging and insidious epidemic Americans should be worried about is not Ebola; it is prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drug abuse and it’s running rampant throughout the U.S. It is something that we all wish wasn’t a reality, but unfortunately it is and we can’t turn a blind eye. Prescription drug abuse is defined by the NIH: National Institute on Drug Abuse as taking any medication is a way other than the way the doctor has prescribed. The NIH: National Institute on Drug Abuse also states that prescription and OTC drugs are the most sought after drugs after alcohol and marijuana by Americans aged 14 and older. This abuse includes taking medication that has been prescribed for someone else, taking…

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  • Making Sense of Your Medication’s Side Effects - September 2, 2014

      Whether you are taking one medication or a number of different medications, you have probably looked at the list of potential side effects and felt very confused. Why? Because these medication side effects are confusing! You can have a medication that lists both diarrhea and constipation as potential side effects or both drowsiness and insomnia. How can people experience both of these at the same time? Well, they don’t, but all of the potential side effects listed are all of the side effects experienced during the clinical trials of the drug. So one person may have suffered the side effect of diarrhea and another might have had constipation. One might have become drowsy while another ended up with insomnia….

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  • Big Pharma making big cuts in R&D - February 8, 2010

    According to reports, the axe is coming down all over the pharma world on research and development projects that are not yielding immediate results. AstraZeneca (Atacand, Crestor), GlaxoSmithKline (Advair, Boniva) and Pfizer (Benadryl, Lipitor) have all already begun to scrap projects, while others like Sanofi-Aventis (Allegra, Plavix) are about to pick up the trend and start making cuts. The cuts come as no surprise, as big pharma companies have been seeing there pipelines shrink since 1998, when the trend to buy out drug rights from smaller bio-tech companies began. Despite the increased cost efficiency of buying drugs from smaller bio-techs, I am not so sure that big pharma is going to like the end result of their decision. Stephen Foley…

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  • Michael Jackson to join list of accidental prescription drug deaths? - June 26, 2009

    Michael Jackson could be the latest star to have died from an accidental overdose of prescription medications. According to Life & Style, Jackson was “taking a cocktail of up to seven prescription drugs in the months before his death,” including the anti-anxiety drugs Xanax and Zoloft and the painkiller Demerol. The Jackson family attorney compared the King of Pop’s death to that of Anna Nicole Smith. While most celebrity drug deaths have been the result of either suicide or the use of illegal drugs, a surprising number of stars have died by accident — from medications you can purchase at the corner pharmacy. Here are 13 of the most famous: 1.) MARILYN MONROE. Elton John’s “Candle in the Wind” died…

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  • A list of dangerous drugs — and safer alternatives — for seniors - October 20, 2008

    Consumer Reports has published a valuable article identifying common prescription drugs that can be dangerous for older patients. Healthcare consumers over age 65 are more than twice as likely to suffer from adverse drug reactions; the publication lists the following drugs as posing a high enough risk that they should be avoided if possible: Antianxiety drugs Chlordiazepoxide (Librium, Limbitrol); diazepam (Valium); quazepam (Doral) Recommended alternatives: alprazolam (Xanax), lorazepam (Ativan), and oxazepam (Serax) Antidepressants Amitriptyline, doxepin (Sinequan) and Fluoxetine (Prozac) Recommended alternatives: citalopram (Celexa), paroxetine (Paxil), and sertraline (Zoloft) Antihistamines Chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton); diphenhydramine (Benadryl) Recommended alternatives: Cetirizine (Zyrtec); fexofenadine (Allegra); loratadine (Claritin) High blood pressure and enlarged prostate drugs Doxazosin (Cardura); prazosin (Minipress); terazosin (Hytrin) Recommended alternatives: Diuretics for high blood…

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  • 12 Accidental Celebrity Prescription Drug Deaths - January 23, 2008

      Heath Ledger could be the latest star to have died from an accidental overdose of prescription drugs. Ledger was taking anti-depressants as well as the “dangerous drug” Ambien at the time of his death, although his autopsy today was inconclusive. While most celebrity overdoses have been the result of either suicide or the use of illegal drugs, a surprising number of stars have died by accident — from medications you can purchase at the corner pharmacy. Here’s a list of accidental celebrity drug deaths: 1.) MARILYN MONROE. Elton John’s “Candle in the Wind” died from an overdose of sleeping pills — specifically, Nembutal and chloral hydrate . Although Monroe’s death was officially listed as a suicide in 1962, many forensic…

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