Sun Feb 07 2016

Healthy Living Tips

Side-Effects of Narcotics

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

Narcotics can have allergic reaction associated with them.  For instance, Percocet is a very effective narcotic that many doctors use as a pain reliever.  It is also a narcotic that can lead to addiction.  You have to be particularly careful about taking it over long periods of time.  But even for people who take it [&hellip

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Using Eye Drops Safely

Posted in Men's Health, Pharmacy, The Body, Women's Health

Eye drops are coming in many different forms, many different shapes and sizes. And certainly there has been controversy over some of the cleaning materials for contact lenses, and I think the big issue is this. You have to make sure that you keep your eye drops sterile. You don’t want something in your eye [&hellip

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Importance of Dental Exams

Posted in Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Women's Health

I always talk about the importance of dental exams in children. A lot of people don’t really take it so seriously, but believe me, it’s important. When you have a child, it’s important you have an opportunity to let the teeth be examined on a regular basis. Recent studies have shown that healthier teeth are [&hellip

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Zelnorn Taken Off the Market

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

It is an interesting case, where actually, the FDA requested, and a drug company called Novartis agreed, to withdraw a drug called Zelnorm. Zelnorm is a prescription medication approved for short-term treatment of women with irritable bowel syndrome with constipation, and for patients younger than 65 with chronic constipation. But the pharmaceutical maker decided to [&hellip

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Selective Neuron Activity and Recognition

Posted in General Medicine

Some studies are interesting just because, well, they're interesting. They don't have to have an immediate medical application. For what it's worth, here is a report from the journal Nature. In a complicated study, scientists looked at single neurons, or nerve cells, in people's brains and found that when a study participant was flashed pictures [&hellip

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