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Which Medications Do Not Mix Well with Alcohol by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 29 Mar 2010 3:06am There are significant risks when mixing certain medications with alcohol.  These can include the risk of illness, injury to yourself and others and even death. Prescription Medications Do Not Mix Well with Alcohol Prescription medications do not mix well with alcohol and can cause severe effects to your health if you drink while ... Read on »
Antihistamines Can Worsen MS-Related Fatigue by stuart Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:24pm 1 Comment Info providedByJulie Stachowiak, Ph.D., About.com Updated: July 18, 2008 Fatigue Can Be a Side Effect of These Antihistamine Medications Fatigue and Multiple Sclerosis Most of us withMultiple Sclerosis (MS) suffer fromfatigue. In fact, an estimated 70% of people with MS say that fatigue is their most disabling symptom. While ... Read on »
Snookie the Raw Fed Border Collie Mix by Dr. Kim .. Naturopathic DoctorHealth Maven Posted Fri 19 Nov 2010 7:42pm Today I have the lovely Ms. Snookie to share with you. She’s an aging beauty like MOI, hehe. Her humans only recently this past summer found out about the whole natural rearing approach to dog care. They discovered our online radio show, Animal Talk Naturally and that’s all it took for Snookie’s humans to decide it was worth a try in h ... Read on »
Other Juices—Not Just Grapefruit—Don’t Mix Well With Meds by stuart Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:22pm Aarp News By Katharine Greider- September 16, 2008 - AARP Bulletin Today It’s long been known that grapefruit can dangerously boost the level of certain medications in the bloodstream. Now researchers have found that certain juices—including grapefruit—can do the opposite by lowering the body’s ability to absorb some drugs, sharply ... Read on »
Other Juices—Not Just Grapefruit—Don’t Mix Well With Meds by stuart Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:27pm Aarp News By Katharine Greider- September 16, 2008 - AARP Bulletin Today It’s long been known that grapefruit can dangerously boost the level of certain medications in the bloodstream. Now researchers have found that certain juices—including grapefruit—can do the opposite by lowering the body’s ability to absorb some drugs, sharply ... Read on »
When Alcohol and Drugs Mix by Anthony R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Jun 2009 10:49pm Alcohol and certain drugs work in the same areas of the brain that their effects are intensified. Alcohol may interfere with the working of the drug, making a normal dosage ineffective in fighting a disease. Some alcohol-drug combination produces unpleasant and dangerous side effects. Past drinking habits, the amount of alcohol consumed ... Read on »
Health Tip: Don't Mix Alcohol and Drugs by Medline Plus Posted Fri 05 Nov 2010 4:00am Particularly these over-the-counter meds, supplements By Diana Kohnle Friday, November 5, 2010 (HealthDay News) -- It's never a good idea to drink alcohol while you're taking a medication, but there are certain over-the-counter drugs that can be particularly dangerous when taken with alcohol. ... Read on »
When Romance and Allergies Don't Mix by HealthFinder Posted Sun 14 Nov 2010 9:00am healthnewslink Reaction-spurring allergens can linger for hours in a partner's mouth, experts note. By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
Grapefruit Juice and Medicine May Not Mix by FDA Posted Wed 22 Feb 2012 11:01am En Español Grapefruit juice can be part of a healthful diet—most of the time. It has vitamin C and potassium—substances your body needs to work properly. But it isn’t good for you when it affects the way your medicines work. Get this high resolution gr ... Read on »