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FDA Cuts Dosage in Half for Ambien–Sleepy Driving Concerns, Lunesta Not Affected by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 10 Jan 2013 8:55pm One other item that should be mentioned is the time of night when you take the pill.  The warnings all tell you to not take it too late like at 1 am if you are going to get up at 6 am for example.  Sanofi now can make some additional revenue if they price doesn’t drop for the lower does:)  This is actually a good thing and reactions around the ... Read on »
SEPRACOR PHARMACEUTICALS AND LUNESTA TAKE A LESSON FROM DRUG PUSHERS by Ray Salomone Posted Mon 06 Jul 2009 8:01pm   Isn’t this how crack dealers work? They approach the vulnerable and offer a free sample, knowing that the user will be hooked and immediately come back for more, willing to pay any price.   It seems that Sepracor, the makers of sleep drug Lunesta, has the same M.O. They are offering aFREEseven day trial.  https://secure.lunesta.com ... Read on »
One of last year’sBitter P ... by Prescription Access Litigation Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 3:21pm One of last year’s Bitter Pill Awards honorees, Lunesta, has the dubious distinction of having the most recalled and most remembered drug ads on TV, according to IAG Research. In 2006, we gave Lunesta and Ambien our “While You Were Sleeping Award: For Overmarketing Insomnia Medications to Anyone who’s ever had a Bad Night’s Sleep.” At the ti ... Read on »
10 Ways to Save on Prescription Drugs by thematrix777 Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 Apr 2009 12:53pm 1 Comment "She went cold turkey and stopped taking all of them," said Rodman, an internist at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Florida. "What's so sad is that she assumed that since some of her medicines were expensive, all of them were. If she'd just kept taking her Coumadin [a blood thinner], which is like $5 a month, she likely wouldn't have had the ... Read on »
Risky Business: How TV drug ads should talk about risk by Prescription Access Litigation Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 01 Jul 2010 2:03pm (This is the first in a two-part blog. Read tomorrow when we look at how industry and other stakeholders weighed in.) How clear does risk information need to be in direct-to-consumer drug ads? That’s the question the FDA is getting closer to answering as stakeholders weighed in this week on the agency’s proposed rules for presenting risk in ... Read on »
Health Headlines - April 17 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 16 Apr 2009 11:42pm People Who Smile in Photos Less Likely to Divorce: Study Looking at your loved one's old photos may help you determine your risk of ending up divorced, suggest researchers who that found people who smile in pictures are more likely to stay married. Matthew Hertenstein, a psychologist at DePauw University in Indiana, and colleagues evaluated ... Read on »
Health Headlines - April 20 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Sun 19 Apr 2009 11:47pm Greenhouse Gases a Human Health Threat: EPA Carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases pose a threat to public health and welfare, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has concluded in what's considered a first step to regulating industrial, power plant and vehicle pollutants that cause climate change. The EPA's so-called "endangerm ... Read on »
Health Headlines - April 19 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Sun 19 Apr 2009 11:47pm Greenhouse Gases a Human Health Threat: EPA Carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases pose a threat to public health and welfare, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has concluded in what's considered a first step to regulating industrial, power plant and vehicle pollutants that cause climate change. The EPA's so-called "endangerm ... Read on »
Ten ways to save on prescription drugs - CNN Article by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Mar 2009 4:28am Dr. Jack Rodman's heart sank when he heard the news: One of his elderly patients with a heart condition had a stroke because she couldn't afford the medicines he'd prescribed her. Increasingly, Americans are finding it harder to afford their prescription medications. Increasingly, Americans are finding it harder to afford their prescri ... Read on »
Health Headlines - April 18 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Fri 17 Apr 2009 11:39pm Greenhouse Gases a Human Health Threat: EPA Carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases pose a threat to public health and welfare, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has concluded in what's considered a first step to regulating industrial, power plant and vehicle pollutants that cause climate change. The EPA's so-called "endangerm ... Read on »