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Allergic Reaction to Inhalers and Steroids by Cheri Fraker Posted Sun 21 Mar 2010 12:00am I had pneumonia the month of February. Unfortunately, another complication arose. I started having an allergic reaction to the inhalers (Albuterol) and later Xopenex. I decided to post some of the side effects. Keep these in mind for our patients who cannot always tell us how they feel. My reaction to Albuterol resulted in tachycardia, d ... Read on »
Homeopathy Can Ease The Grieving Process by Susan W. Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Jun 2009 6:21pm At some point in our lives we will have to face the loss of a loved one, sometimes it is sudden and at other times it is expected - in either circumstance the grief and sense of loss can be just as raw and all consuming. This grief not only affects us in the moment but may carry over for years affecting a person both psychologically and physical ... Read on »
Guest Post: Nicole from Prevention RD by morgan512 Posted Sat 26 Dec 2009 5:50am Nicole was nice enough to do a guest post for me while I’m in L.A. hanging with the stars (just kidding, or maybe not).  As someone who has recently discovered nutritional yeast (or nooch), as a fun topping on my popcorn, it was so fun to learn more from Nicole.  Enjoy, and don’t forget to check her fantastic blog too! Hello followers o ... Read on »
Newport Beach Chiropractor: 4 Ways to a Healthier Back by DrNona Posted Mon 02 Aug 2010 11:18am    1. Lose the Extra Pounds Did you know that being overweight is a contributing factor to back pain? It is true. The spine is designed to carry the body’s weight and distribute the loads encountered during rest and activity. When excess weight is carried, the spine is forced to assimilate the burden, which will lead to structural compr ... Read on »
Topamax for Alcoholism: A Closer Look by Dirk H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 8:03pm Epilepsy drug gains ground, draws fire as newest anti-craving pill A drug for seizure disorders and migraines continues to show promise as an anti-craving drug for alcoholism, the third leading cause of death in America, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reported in its current issue. 371 male and female alcoholi ... Read on »
Deficiency Disease in a Modern World – Part 1 Vitamins by Mark Pegram Posted Sun 30 Jun 2013 4:38am The suggested vitamins are not meant to treat, cure, diagnose, prevent, or mitigate disease.  If the substance is so stated by a doctor, then it must be considered a drug and follow all the rules for drugs by the FDA.  Have you ever known a doctor to prescribe a vitamin to treat your disease symptoms?  I do believe this is a significant mistake ... Read on »
Ortho-McNeil Neurologics Voluntarily Recalls Two Lots of TOPAMAX® by FDA Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 3:18pm FDA posts press releases and other notices of recalls and market withdrawals from the firms involved as a service to consumers, the media, and other interested parties. FDA does not endorse either the product or the company. Contact: Mark Wolfe 609-730-2621     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - April 14, 201 ... Read on »
A mixed bag by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:26pm Eight emergencies; one hoax, one refused, on treated on scene and the rest required an ambulance. First call of the shift was for a drunken youth. He and his mates (one of whom had dialled 999) thought he needed an ambulance because he couldn’t or wouldn’t walk in a straight line. I arrived in Regent Street at the location given but saw no p ... Read on »
WHERE IT'S AT by trust358 Posted Sat 23 May 2009 12:00am WHAt you see is what you get! ***this is me in my unedited, upspelled checked lyme glory - past 2 weeks my neuro symptoms have gone haywier - i'm too tired to correct and make pretty - this post has taken me a week to rite as it is!! hopefully its legible enough for fokls to get*** WHERE IT'S AT? Where it's at is well hard to say. ... Read on »
How to Know Which Epilepsy Drug Is Right for You by EpilepsyTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm 1 Comment ANNOUNCER: Epilepsy, defined as the condition of chronic, recurrent, unprovoked seizures, affects approximately 3 million people in the United States. Epilepsy can be treated in a number of ways, including surgery and diet, but it's most commonly controlled through the use of anti-seizure medications. TRACY GLAUSER, MD: Medications have bee ... Read on »