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  • Effexor vs Cymbalta: Which Is Really Better for You? - July 20, 2010

    More people everyday are prescribed serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors aka SNRIs, which are a class of antidepressant used to treat depression. There are four main SNRIs: enlafaxine (Effexor XR), duloxetine (Cymbalta), milnacipran (Savella), and desvenlafaxine (Pristiq). Today we are going to focus on two of the most commonly used of the four. Lets take a look at some of the similarities and differences between the two drugs, so that you can make a more informed decision when choosing between the two. Effexor is the first and most commonly used SNRI while Cymbalta was most recently released on the market. It was approved by the FDA in August of 2004. What Disorders Do SNRIs Treat? Both drugs work by preventing serotonin and noradrenaline…

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  • The Best Guide to PTSD Medicines for Savvy Consumers - August 30, 2018

    Imagine being trapped in your own web of horrific and traumatic memories without any way to escape. That’s the world of a person suffering from PTSD. But is there a way to be free from this torture in your head? Yes, absolutely. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a serious psychiatric disorder that can happen after a traumatic experience in life, such as a rape, death in the family, natural disaster, war, or other violent episode. It can lead to years of nightmares, flashbacks, and a constant state of fear and anxiety. You’ve probably heard many stories of people who have committed suicide after suffering from PTSD. It’s extremely sad, but it’s also avoidable. PTSD might be something that you have…

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  • Is Fetzima the Best SNRI for Your Anxiety and Depression? - March 23, 2018

    Coping with anxiety, depression or other mental health conditions is an on-going battle. Coping with the side effects of certain medications can be, as well. Coping with the cost of certain medications can hinder your wellness journey if you cannot afford them. Saving money on your medications can be easier than you might think, and here we will be looking at Fetzima, for depression. What is it? This is a medication, also know by the name Levomilnacipran, that helps you effectively deal with your depression. It works by balancing out the SNRIs in your Brian, which is serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors. It can help improve your sleep, your overall moods and other aspects of your life affect by depression like appetite,…

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  • Are You Covered? These 80+ Drugs Will Be Dropped By Insurance in 2018 - January 30, 2018

    Insurance Woes: With the back-and-forth on the battleground surrounding healthcare insurance, keeping up with what is and what isn’t included in your insurance when it comes to prescriptions can be difficult. Especially now that Express Scripts and Caremark are dropping more than 80 prescriptions from their covered list at the end of 2017. However, they are including 20 previously excluded drugs in 2018. Express Scripts and Caremark are, essentially, the companies from which your pharmacy benefits come from, even if you have insurance at UnitedHealthcare or Cigna and so on. So, if they’re changing their list of carried prescription drugs, then it could very likely impact your benefits. For example, if your benefits come from one of the two companies…

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  • What Expired Drugs Are Lurking In Your Medicine Cabinet? - July 1, 2014

      It’s probably close to a guarantee that you have expired drugs of some sort sitting in your medicine cabinet. Perhaps it’s in your first aid kit or hiding in the bottom of your purse. Whether it’s something as simple as Tylenol or Polysporin or some antidepressant, such as Effexor, that you forgot was in your medicine cabinet, you are sure to have some medications lurking around that are past their date. The thing is that these expired medications can be more dangerous to you than expired food sitting in your refrigerator. What That Expiry Date Means The expiry date placed on medications indicates it is the last day that the drug is expected to have full potency. It is also…

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  • Was Tom Cruise right about antidepressants? - November 6, 2008

    A couple of years ago, actor Tom Cruise was dismissed as a kook for ranting against antidepressants and other psychiatric drugs. But in light of what we’re now learning about SSRIs, is it possible that we collectively owe Cruise an apology? First, let me say that I still think Cruise is an odd guy. And I know that his bashing of SSRIs is not rooted in scientific research, but in the strange tenets of Scientology — including an irrational hatred of the field of psychiatry. Second, I strongly believe that antidepressants can help people. I’ve seen their positive effects on people personally. But I also believe the FDA should take further steps to ensure the safety of these medications, and…

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  • Antidepressant medications are the most searched drug brands online - June 5, 2008

    Consumers search for antidepressant medications online more than any other class of drug, according to data from comScore. In a recent study of 500,000 search queries, five of the 15 most frequently searched prescription brands were for depression. This is in keeping with our own search results at eDrugSearch.com. Here are those five antidepressant medications — in order of searches: Compare Lexapro prices Compare Effexor prices Compare Cymbalta prices Compare Prozac prices Compare Paxil prices So, which antidepressant medication are right for you? In addition to consulting your physician, here are two helpful resources: The Mayo Clinic offers an excellent overview of your options and considerations in making a decision. Dinah at Shrink Rap, a blog by psychiatrists, explains how she…

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  • The dangers of anti-depressants - January 20, 2008

    Fox News ran a provocative story Thursday slamming Big Pharma for overhyping the benefits — and downplaying the dangers — of anti-depressants such as Paxil, Zoloft, Prozac and Effexor. You can read the transcript here or watch the piece below. Frankly, it’s surprising to me to see this kind of anti-Big Pharma slant from Fox News. We’ll see where they go with the story.

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  • What do tag clouds say about top pharma blogs? - November 26, 2007

    TagCrowd is a great tool that lets you input words from any source, and it spits out a tag cloud that lets you visualize word frequencies. We thought it would be interesting to take a bunch of recent posts from some top pharma blogs to see what’s foremost on their minds. Among the findings: John Mack is all about pharma marketing. Peter Rost is obviously obsessed with dissing Pfizer — but is he also obsessed with promoting BrandWeekNRX? Ed Silverman is on the FDA’s jock. The Angry Pharmacist is REALLY angry.Enjoy!Pharmalot agency approval asthma astrazeneca blog brennan clear company compulsory continue data death doctors drug ed effects effexor fda flu gene glaxo health judge marketing meds meeting minister mongkol patients…

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