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Flu season is upon us, and it's been a rough one. If you haven't had the flu this winter, chances are you know someone who has. So, what should we do to keep ourselves from getting it? Some folks are packing their own "flu survival kits," while others are...
El SentinelUn brote inicial de la gripe(flu) estacional que ha afectado a gran parte de Estados Unidos está empezando a afectar cada vez más al sur de Florida. Desde mediados de diciembre, la salas de emergencia del condado de Broward han estado viendo casi el...
Dear Pharmacist: I recently read a magazine article that discussed the health benefits of glutathione. Do you recommend this supplement for everyone? — L.S., Orlando Dear L.S.: Glutathione is fantastic for the human body. It supports liver...
Tags: Allergies, Recipes, Immune System
As part of her marathon training, Daisy Carranza has taken an over-the counter pain reliever nearly every day for the last several months. On race day Sunday, she's prepared to pop at least seven Extra Strength Tylenol capsules: two at the starting line,...
Three years ago, Brianna Thompson, then 9 years old, suffered a widespread rash and bloodshot eyes after she took 11/2 teaspoons of Tylenol. To treat these ailments, she was given steroids, Benadryl and more Tylenol. But that caused her lips and tongue...
Ask the PediatricianQ: My school-age children have been sick with colds lately, and because of conflicting information in the news, I’m still unsure about which over-the-counter medications are safe to use. Can you advise? A: Good question, and I agree that the...
Tags: Asthma, Pharmaceuticals, Family, Chemical Industry, Symptoms
KTLA NewsBROOKLYN, NY (KTLA) -- A former butcher who plead guilty to kidnapping, killing and dismembering an 8-year-old Orthodox Jewish boy was sentenced to 40 years to life in prison on Wednesday. The 36-year-old Aron admitted killing the child after the boy...
NOTRE DAME – A chemistry research team at St. Mary’s College has created a new tool to fight the world's counterfeit drug problem. It’s through an inexpensive paper-based test that can be used to screen for phony pain relievers. The...
Tags: Chemistry, Education, Flu, Science, Medical Research
When use becomes abuse: Drug abuse is on the rise and most people can find a stash in their own email@example.comThe newest drug-abuse trend is a bit of a shocker. The drug is legal, and it's found in more than half the homes in the United States. Abuse is so widespread, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention classifies it as an epidemic. Abusers...
The sharp increase in asthma since the 1980s — some 34 million Americans now suffer from the condition — has confounded health professionals. To get some answers, we turned to Dr. Stephen Apaliski, an Arlington, Texas-based asthma and allergy...
Should you get a cardiac stress test as part of your annual checkup? A chest X-ray before outpatient surgery? A CT scan or antibiotics for chronic sinusitis? In most cases, no. But patients get these commonly used tests and procedures — and many...
- Allergy Medication Whether you have seasonal allergies to pollen or environment allergies to pet dander and dust mites, it’s always a good idea to keep an over-the-counter allergy medication, like an antihistamine, in your medicine cabinet. ...
Tags: Human Body, Advil (drug), Zyrtec (drug), Headaches, Flu
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