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FDA, Shit Or Get Off The Pot!!

The FDA just declined the petition to let go restrictions on cannabis. It remains as a Category One Drug!! Huffington Post article detailing FDA rulings below: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/marijuana-research-legalization_us_57abc13ae4b0db3be07...
by Renovating Your Mind on Aug 12, 2016

Tips on How to medicate your pet

After having a sick visit with a pet what two things do you think most pet owners worry about? One may be the final cost of the visit when they get up to the front desk, another is how are they going... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by The Animal Doctor Blog on Jul 20, 2016

Clocks Spring Ahead! Time to Adjust Pet Medication Schedules and Other Seasonal Tips

It's that time again to spring ahead into spring! Sunday morning at 2 AM we welcome Daylight Saving Time (DST) here and in many areas of the world...which means...we will have "longer" lighter days to have more fun doing things outdoors with our pe...
by FiveSibes on Mar 11, 2016

Neurofeedback for ADHD as an Option to Medications

Why consider neurofeedback for ADHD as an option to medications? Some of my clients just prefer a non-medication solution. Others don’t feel like themselves on medication, or medications don’t work well. A joint 2014 study by researchers...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jan 4, 2016

The Dangers of Antibiotics

Winter is here and many bacterial infections start to knock on the door more often than we would like to. They are painful, uncomfortable, and should not be underestimated. Usually, the conventional treatment of these conditions includes antibiotics.
by Mind Body and Spirit Wellbeing on Dec 23, 2015

How Does A Stronger, More Flexible Back Sound? You Need It!…

Hi everyone! Having a strong back is crucial for supporting the musculoskeletal system and overall bodily operations. There are so many health benefits achieved, I believe it is worthy to discuss the matter in detail. So…here goes…. * Imp...
by Booktoots' Healing on Nov 22, 2015

Why are Prescription Medications so Expensive?

www.flickr.com    This is one question I keep asking myself and I am sure I am not the only one doing so, especially retirees and those on a fixed income.  Whenever we bitch and complain to our elected officials we get the same ti...
by Steveso Thinks on Sep 12, 2015

loss medications

Loss medications : Primarily marasmus arises in consequence of congenital debility, a deficient supply of nourishment, excessive bodily or mental labor, continued mental depression, sexual excesses, self-abuse, continued sitting, too frequent confine...
by Homoeopathy World on Sep 7, 2015

Four Tips for Safely Taking Prescription Medications

Four Tips for Safely Taking Prescription Medications Taking medicine is never fun, but it is often very necessary. Just like vaccinations, medications have saved lives. Yes, they do sometimes have yucky side effects, but they are often much tolerable...
by Tips Clear on Aug 27, 2015

FDA Approves OxyContin for Children Ages 11 to 16

Nearly one in 25 high school students have abused OxyContin, a study found. Recently, the Food and Drug Administration approved OxyContin to be used by children ages 11 to 16 for pain “severe enough to require daily, around-the-clock, long term...
by Recovery Advocates on Aug 18, 2015

Those Annoying Cold and Flu Ads

I Must Confess: I’ve got a bit of a bee in my bonnet today. Being the middle of winter, our TV screens are awash with snot ads for cold and flu medications. Which is fine. What is NOT fine, is how so many of them feature people full of cold and...
by Middle Aged Mama on Aug 9, 2015

How to Remove Acne Scars in Urdu

  How to Remove Acne Scars in Urdu Laa Ilaaha IllALLAHUL HALEEMUL KAREEM A very common disease found in youngsters. Acne diseases are generally caused due to hormonal changes in teens. This is generally known as Acne Vulgaris.  This disease oc...
by yallaah on Jun 23, 2015

Financial Assistance for Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder, often called manic depression is a severe psychological condition that may greatly affect the life of the sufferer. This condition often renders them unable to work, learn or even socialize properly because they continuously get moo...
by Start Grants on Jun 2, 2015

Compliance issues and Pet Owners

“If at first you don’t succeed, then do what your veterinarian told you to do.” I found this quote on a T-shirt recently and it made me think of an issue I deal with every day on my job. That issue is compliance. How many of you as pet owners h...
by The Animal Doctor Blog on May 27, 2015

Identifying And Overcoming An Addiction To Pain Medications

Addiction to opiate-based pain relievers is a danger that anyone with chronic pain is susceptible to. Chronic pain is terrible to live with, which is why doctors prescribe these medications. Unfortunately, even mild painkillers, such as codeine, can...
by The Anxious Athlete on May 7, 2015

What’s The Deal With Taking Anxiety Medications?

I’ve been getting a ton of emails lately asking about anxiety medications. Mainly things like: What are the long term effects of anxiety medications Have I ever tried Ativan How to stop taking anxiety medications if taken already for a while Al...
by The Anxious Athlete on Apr 22, 2015

2015 Intravenous Medications. A Handbook for Nurses and Health Professionals 31st Edition

  2015 Intravenous Medications. A Handbook for Nurses and Health Professionals 31st Edition   The #1 IV drug handbook for more than 40 years, Intravenous Medications: A Handbook for Nurses and Health Professionals is trusted for its accurac...
by booksmedicos on Apr 16, 2015

Sirum — Connecting Unexpired Medications to Patients in Need

“ Such a genius idea! Loving this new stream of non-profits coming through YC ”– Nikunj KothariDiscussion | Link...
by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Mar 20, 2015

Why do mice and researchers get it wrong?

By David Joel Miller. Why don’t the things we find in mouse studies work for humans? Mice can get it wrong! Photo courtesy of Pixabay.com Quite often these days there is a new research study that sounds like someone discovered … Continue...
by counseolrssoapbox on Feb 27, 2015

5 Things You Will Learn from Siblings with Autism

If you have a sibling—or child—with special needs, it can draw the family closer together and bring unexpected blessings as well.
by Hunter Happenings on Feb 26, 2015


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