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Monday, August 29, 2011
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Botox is now approved by the FDA for the treatment of incontinence in patients with spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, and other neurological conditions. This is the seventh medical condition that Botox is approved to treat. Read about all of the Botox approved uses here: http://www.pharmacydrugguide.com/Botox_Side_Effects
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
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Friday, August 12, 2011
In addition to the free trial pair, there are tons of rebates available for both new and current wearers -- up to $100! Acuvue also offers a money back guarantee if you are unsatisfied with your lenses for any reason. More details are available at:
Thursday, August 11, 2011
There are two ways to save on filling your AcipHex prescriptions. First, a 14-day free trial offer to see if it will help your condition. THEN, an instant savings card that reduces the cost to most people to only $20 for each AcipHex refill. More details are available here: http://www.pharmacydrugguide.com/Aciphex_Coupons
Accutane, originally a chemotherapy drug used to treat various cancers, is a synthetic form of vitamin A that is used to treat serious acne -- the type that causes scarring. Extensive litigation has been filed concerning Accutane side effects, which include Crohn's Disease, inflammatory bowel disease, birth defects, and suicide. Accutane is not only one of top 3 drugs on the market with reports of adverse events, but also one of Hoffman La Roche's top sellers with about $1.2 billion in annual sales. For more information about Accutane side effects, see http://www.pharmacydrugguide.com/Accutane_Side_Effects
There are a lot of health benefits with acai berries and SOME of the diet pills on the market. Be careful where you make your purchases though! There are a lot of scam websites that will automatically sign you up for a monthly auto-bill for a case of acai diet pills. Many customers have had no recourse other than to cancel the debit/credit card attached to the order because the companies are tough to track down once the order is placed! Check the facts BEFORE you order: http://pharmacydrugguide.com/Acai_Diet_Pills
Abilify. Anti-depressant or Anti-psychotic? Are the Abilify side effects worth the effectiveness of the treatment?
Abilify, frequently advertised as a supplement for anti-depressants when they are not effective "enough" in the treatment of depression, is actually an anti-psychotic used in the treatment of Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. While bipolar patients do experience depression, treatment is very different and anti-depressants are not found to be effective in its treatment. It has been found too that Abilify is only effective in the treatment of depression about 25% of the time. Strange that the commercials stress the treatment of depression when in the studies, the improvement may actually have been due to adding an exercise routine, or psychotherapy, and not Abilify itself. Placebos have indeed to have been found to be nearly as effective as Abilify, which kind of lends credence to this point. Check here for the side effects: http://pharmacydrugguide.com/Abilify_Side_Effects. What do you Should Abilify be advertised as an add-on for depression? Is it worth it?
Abbott Laboratories sponsors patient assistance programs that offer these medications (and more) free of charge for up to a year. General guidelines require that applicants be citizens of the United States, have an annual income within the Federal Poverty Level, and not be covered by any other prescription drug program. Additional details about the Abbott Patient Assistance Programs may be found here: http://pharmacydrugguide.com/Abbott_Patient_Assistance_Programs
Americans are paying more than ever for prescription drugs. Many cannot afford the high cost of staying healthy. AAA offers a prescription savings program that helps save money at local pharmacies nationwide! This prescription savings program is included in the standard AAA membership package, and even includes savings on pet medications! Check out the benefits of AAA Prescription Savings Card: http://pharmacydrugguide.com/AAA_Prescription_Savings_Program