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  • CBS News reports on Heparin, Chantix deaths - October 24, 2008

    As reported by CBS News, the Institute for Safe Medication Practices says that deaths linked to prescription medications, such as Chantix and Heparin, have hit an all-time high. Here’s the report by Sharyl Attkisson:

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  • Dennis Quaid and wife sue maker of blood thinner Heparin - December 6, 2007

    From AP: Dennis Quaid and his wife sued the makers of heparin … after their newborn twins were inadvertently given massive doses of the blood thinner at a hospital. The product liability lawsuit … claims that Baxter Healthcare Corp. … was negligent in packaging different doses of the product in similar vials with blue backgrounds. The lawsuit also says the company should have recalled the large-dosage vials after overdoses killed three children at an Indianapolis hospital last year. The company had not been served with the lawsuit and could not comment specifically on it, spokeswoman Deborah Spak said. However, “this is not a product issue. The issue here is about improper use of a product,” she said. The overdose put…

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  • 7 Common Food-Drug Interactions That Will Make You (More) Sick - July 7, 2017

    Chances are your doctor and pharmacist warned you about drinking alcohol while taking antibiotics. Were you aware that there are various food-drug interactions you shouldn’t mix with certain medications? Food-Drug Interactions That You Need to Know Let us show you how to get the most out of your medication and avoid any dangerous complications by knowing this comprehensive list of dangerous food-drug interactions. 1.) Milk Milk is a rich source of Vitamin D, but you should not drink it while taking antibiotics. Today’s Geriatric Medicine revealed that the calcium in dairy products makes it extremely difficult for your body to absorb antibiotics like: cephalexin (Keflex) amoxicillin (Amoxil) ciprofloxacin (Cipro) clindamycin (Cleocin) metronidazole (Flagyl) levofloxacin (Levaquin) amoxicillin potassium clavulanate (Augmentin) 2.) Alcohol…

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  • Blood Clots: A Frequent Killer You Might Be Ignoring - November 7, 2016

    In the United States alone, its estimated that up to 900,000 citizens develop blood clots, also know by the medical term “thrombosis”. Although this condition is treatable, the National Blood Clot Alliance says that one in every three people diagnosed with this condition die. What Is a Blood Clot? MedicineNet states that blood clots form inside arteries or veins as the body tries to repair damaged blood vessels. However, if the clot which is a mass of fibrin and blood platelets is formed inappropriately inside the vessels, it can lead to major complications. This is because when a blood clot is formed in a place where it isn’t supposed to, it reduces the flow of blood which in turn greatly…

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  • Canadian Pharmacies — Setting the Record Strait About Safety - July 11, 2014

    Millions of Americans turn to international sources for foreign medication, Canadian pharmacies in particular ranking high on the list. They’re close to home, extremely competitive in pricing when it comes to foreign drugs, and have strict safety regulations. However, the federal government for the United States uses plenty of scare tactics in an attempt to make American citizens steer clear of foreign drugs, even going so far as making it illegal to buy drugs from international sources. Because they do not have the official stamp of approval from the Food and Drug Administration, the door is officially closed for consumers in America. However, anyone with savvy and a pinched budget is likely to opt for Canadian pharmacies. The price of…

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  • FDA has to become more transparent on prescription drug recalls - May 20, 2009

    I read the following disturbing Q&A in Joe and Teresa Graedon’s People’s Pharmacy column this morning: Q: I once worked for a pharmaceutical company that ordered a raw ingredient, diphen-hydramine, from China. I was a quality-assurance inspector and had to inspect incoming material. That ingredient was trashy, with what looked like a lot of floor sweepings and black blobs of something I could not identify. I placed all of that shipment on reject. I came in to work the next day and was told by the boss that he had authorized the release of that ingredient to be used in production! When I left work later that day, I called the Food and Drug Administration and reported the whole thing….

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