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Learn What A Compounding Pharmacy Is

03rd May 2013
A Compounding pharmacy is a kind of pharmacy that gives alternatives to pre-packaged high-street pharmacy medicine. Whilst pre-packaged pharmaceuticals take a "one dimension fits all" method of medication, Compounding pharmacies attempt to create healthca... Read >
Author: Chris Martin

The Use of Imodium AD for Dog Diarrhea - 2 Imporant Things To Know

24th May 2011
Pepto Bismol is basically the most common over-the-counter drug for diarrhea in humans that can also be used to treat diarrhea in dogs. Another one is the Loperamide Imodium AD which is also a highly recommended over-the-counter drug you can use on your d... Read >
Author: Alex Howell

Tardive Dyskinesia Youtube Videos Show The Challenges Of Tardive Dyskinesia As Well As The Causes

19th December 2010
Reading about an involuntary muscle movement disorder such as Tardive Dyskinesia is one thing, but actually watching a video of someone experiencing the symptoms of the disorder can provide a much better overall insight into the trials and tribulations su... Read >
Author: Roger Design

Why Retinol May Be the One Anti Aging Skin Care Ingredient You Need

07th May 2010
Retinol is an ingredient that you are seeing more and more of in a ton of the drugstore and spa quality skin care products on the market today. There's a reason for that. Retinols, which are from the retinoid family, are incredibly effective in anti aging... Read >
Author: Danna Schneider

What is a Dry Socket?

12th June 2009
Even though they aren't life threatening like bleeding or abscesses, dry sockets can be extremely painful. They are very common following surgery, and happen to be one of the most painful post extraction problems. Dry sockets are more common with removal ... Read >
Author: Antwan Richardson

I Found the Best Treatment for Cold Sores Ever!

28th December 2008
One morning I woke up and looked in the mirror. Oh no, not again! There was a puffy red spot near my mouth. It felt somewhat tingly. Later, my worst fears were confirmed as blisters started to form: little lesions filled with pus that burst and became uns... Read >
Author: rrrbert

Alocid For Acid Reflux

03rd July 2006
Acid Reflux is caused by reflux of stomach acid into the esophagus. In most people this is due to a transient relaxation of the sphincter that keeps the lower end of the esophagus closed when you are not swallowing food or liquids. The esophagus is not ab... Read >
Author: Jamie Ratliff
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