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Antihistamine Effects by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jul 2010 4:49am Introduction Chronic pill poppers really get on my nerves. Almost every time I've been on some medication (unless it's very serious stuff) I almost always miss out on taking a pill during the entire 'course'. Just for kicks, and in awareness of the prescription drug abuse that's so rampant these days. Instead, a w ... Read on »
Antihistamine Effects – What You Need to Know by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Nov 2012 8:15am So, what is the difference between a food intolerance and allergy? No idea? No problem – doctors haven't been able to distinguish between the two either until recently. Unfortunately, until they did, patients were being treated for food allergies which did nothing to resolve the symptoms they were suffering from. Wh ... Read on »
ADD ADHD Medications - Amphetamines: 2D6 Drug Interaction Update by Chuck Medical Doctor Posted Sun 21 Dec 2008 7:44am Image via WikipediaADD, ADHD Update:  We know Prozac and Paxilcommonly interact with amphetamines[AMP] Now we should also watch for Antihistamines When they are used for treatment of depression and ADD simultaneously: Dexedrine, Adderall and Adderall XR, and Vyvanse -by blocking the metabolic pathway of AMP, ' CYP450 2D6' -and have r ... Read on »
Antihistamine Use Linked t ... by John R. Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 10:28pm Antihistamine Use Linked to Extra Pounds More epidemiological stupidity. Isn't it obvious that chronically ill people might get less exercise and thus gain weight? They obviously want to blame the remedy instead of the illness for weight gain but rightly chicken out in the end People who use prescription antihistamines to relieve alle ... Read on »
A Guide to choosing an Over-the-Counter Allergy Treatment by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Thu 31 May 2012 10:09pm With the extensive range of allergy medications available today, it can be difficult to make informed choices. While some medications may offer instant relief, they may also present unpleasant or even dangerous side-effects. Others may take a while longer to work, but may also have less unpleasant side effects to worry ab ... Read on »
Cold and OTCs in Transplantation by Matt S. Posted Fri 09 Dec 2011 8:26am Winter season arriving and you might see a couple of transplant patients with colds… Immunosuppressants have the potential to interact with OTC meds used to treat common colds and coughs, which can lead to alterations in the degree of immunosuppression and potentiate adverse effects. When recommending OTC medications, it is important to sugg ... Read on »
Common medications affect memory in elderly by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Thu 08 Nov 2012 5:08am Common prescription medications used to treat a diverse range of conditions from anxiety to allergies could have a negative impact on memory function in the elderly. Studies have previously revealed that there could be a link between the use of medicines and memory in the elderly with 90% of people ag ... Read on »
Catching Up with Your Runny Nose by Health&Fitness GuideforDummies Posted Fri 24 Apr 2009 7:22am Although often called hay fever, allergic rhinitis itself doesn't cause a fever. If you do run a temperature while experiencing symptoms that resemble hay fever, you may actually be suffering from a viral or bacterial infection, such as sinusitis, influenza (flu), or pneumonia. In order to effectively and appropriately manage hay f ... Read on »
Dental Health - A Good Time of the Year to Consider It by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 26 Nov 2010 9:00am The following is a guest blog by Hannah Daniel who writes for the 1Dental.com Blog and can be reached at hdaniel@cidental.com . Fresh off a holiday feast and anticipating more of the same, it is important that we remember the affects this is all having on our teeth. Oral health affects your entire well-being – if your mouth ... Read on »
Medication-related Problems Series, Part 1- Untreated Medical Condition: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) by Brian Wolstenholme Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 6:43pm by Elisabeth Gencorelli, PharmD Candidate Anthony O'Brien, PharmD Candidate University of Florida College of Pharmacy Medication-Related Problems in seniors can cause, aggravate, or contribute to common and costly geriatric problems. A medication-related problem is an event or situation involving drug therapy that negatively interfe ... Read on »