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Why You Should Not Use Crestor Unless Prescribed By Your Physician

Crestor is a member of the statin drug family and often prescribed to lower cholesterol levels in order to reduce the risk of heart disease. According to the American Heart Association, the Juniper trial of this drug demonstrated that Crestor reduced first major cardiovascular attacks by 46 percent. The Juniper trial consisted of 6,801 participants…

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Spiriva – An Alternative To Various Asthma Treatments

Asthma is a chronic lung disease where the airways become inflamed and narrowed. When the airways react to certain inhaled substances, the muscles around the airways begin to tighten and restrict airflow to the lungs. If swelling occurs, the airways become even narrower. Mucous occurs, and symptoms include shortness of breath, chest tightness and coughing.…

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Possible Signs Of Recovery That You Should Notice On Taking Spiriva

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD is one of the most common lung diseases prevalent in the world today. COPD usually presents itself as a group of progressive respiratory diseases. Chronic bronchitis is a form of COPD that results from the inflammation and swelling of the air passages leading to the lungs. Emphysema is another…

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How Cymbalta Is Associated With Weight Gain

Many people have heard horror stories about gaining weight while taking Cymbalta or duloxetine, so checking the side effects through controlled clinical studies offers the facts so that you can make an informed decision. Some patients have experienced mild weight gain and weight loss, so your decision should be based on your treatment objectives, risks…

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Take Action Now. Don’t Let Washington Destroy Your Safe Prescription Drugs!

Section 708 of the new FDA Safety and Innovation Act (S. 3187) gives government agencies the authority to seize and destroy prescription drugs that are imported for personal use. We are calling on our customers to let the Obama Administration know how you feel about this unfair regulation. This provision was clearly crafted by big drug companies…

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Erectile Dysfunction: What Are The Differences Between Viagra, Levitra And Cialis?

Viagra, Levitra and Cialis are often the first treatment tried for erectile dysfunction. For most men with erectile problems, they work well and have few side effects. All three medications improve erectile function in the same basic way, but the effects of Cialis last longer. This and a few other minor differences among these medications…

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Different Types Of Asthma Drugs

The drugs consist of two main types. Preventers include inhaled steroids such as Flovent, Pulmicort . Other preventers include inhaled cromolyn and Tilade. Singulair and Accolate are available in tablet form and are also sometimes used to prevent asthma. Relievers are available in different forms: inhalers, tablets or capsules and syrup. They…

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Acid Reflux Disease In Children

An 11-year-old boy in Boston developed a Gastro esophageal reflux Disease (GERD). According to his mother, Cathy, it was the end of June in the year 2005 when his son developed a cough which usually happens during sleep, and even during daytime. It is only a short dry cough symptom. His…

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Use Of Asthma Drugs

Mild and infrequent attacks of asthma are just treated with a reliever, eg Ventolin HFA. It is wise to have an inhaler with you at all times, since attacks can be unpredictable. If there are certain things that always cause you to have an asthma attack, such as sport, you might try…

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Acid Reflux Medication: Keeping Heartburn At Bay

In a normal digestive process, the partially digested food is being forwarded by muscular movements from the stomach to the intestines. However, for some people, the stomach contents travel back to the esophagus from the stomach. This condition is known as acid reflux. Common symptoms of this disease include heartburn, difficulty in …

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