Your Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs-Visit for news on promising new medicines-HOPE for Heart Disease to weight loss and high blood pressure to stroke and cancer to chronic pain. We bring news on medicines that may change your life
Let's make 2016 and every year, the year of EXERCISE as a family medicine, healthy eating as a usual choice and population health as a result! Try to avoid becoming a patient. LIFE CHANGES—if you become a PATIENT and can be a jungle of prescription medicines, medical tests while wondering about safety, side effects, costs and FDA recalls.
More than 100,000 people die EVERY YEAR from misusing medicines or from the medicines themselves? Startling. Here you'll find objective news, opioid drug interactions, latest treatments, stroke and heart attack recovery options and the essential, yet ever changing world of prescription drugs! Almost every day there is breaking FDA news about another approval or problem.
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Remember--the best partner any doctor can have is a more fully informed patient and family. Take control of your health and put the best medicines to work. Talk to your doctor, pharmacist and nurse to know when your medicines (prescription, supplements, nutritional and exercise) should start to help and set a target date to revisit treatment if the goal still escapes you. ALWAYS tell anyone writing a prescription about ALL the drugs you take. This helps avoid drug interactions that can be lethal.
James J. Rybacki, Pharm.D.
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