Do you have a prescription for a certain medical condition? You are one of the many then. In fact over 50% of Americans take at least one type of prescription drug regularly and staggeringly over 80% of Americans take some kind of pharmaceutical drug, like Tylenol, on a regular basis. However, as unbelievable as this may seem, there are some prescriptions that should have been scrapped from inception, some that we have a hard time believing the FDA actually approved. Are you taking one of them? The first worst prescription pharmaceutical drugs are Vicodin and Oxycontin. These are listed here not because they have the worst side effects, but because they are the most freely available and the most abused.
Recent reports indicate that patients larger in size may need higher doses of antibiotics instead of the regular dose. The 'one size fits all' idea for prescribing medicine may not treat infection in obese people and only develop more resistance in the body. One of The Lancet's narrative review brought this concern into light. The review discussed several pressing issues about drug treatments. Authors of the review indicated the need for proportional prescriptions. Simply, authors proposed the prescription of drugs and doses according to the person's body weight. The same way is used in prescribing drugs to children. It was raised that when drug doses and prescriptions are relative to the patient's body weight, it will be more advantageous for the condition of the patient.
Bariatric surgery is a procedure designed to help patients lose weight, but an unexpected side effect is that it can also help rid patients of diabetes. "Diabetic patients who undergo bariatric surgery are often cured of diabetes following the procedure, " said Christopher Still, D.O., director of the Geisinger Center for Nutrition and Weight Management. "This is an incredible development for patients, as diabetes is often a very challenging condition to manage." A 2004 study by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reported that diabetes was completely resolved for over 76 percent of the 22, 000 surveyed patients, and 86 percent of patients saw improvement in their diabetes.
Oral toenail fungus cure or medications have received more than enough bad publicity from the internet as any drugs would have saying their bad effects are more than what any patient will bargain their nails with. But has anyone ever bothered to give the oral toenail fungus cure the justice of giving the full account of how they work. After all, these are also remedies for the real enemy, the fungal infection. There are three types of oral toenail fungus cure out and made available upon prescription; allylamines, azoles and griseofulvin. Allylamines - are unsaturated amines, organic chemical with nitrogen, the antifungal allylamine is called Terbinafine hydrochloride.
People all over the world are starting to find that the cost of medical bills is getting out of hand. Paying for prescription drugs is something that more and more people are finding hard to do. Yet, when you are ill you need to have access to the correct medication. It can be incredibly expensive for anyone who has to take medication on a daily basis. These prescription charges can be astronomical. With this in mind, a large number of people will buy cheap prescription drugs but why are they so popular? One of the main reasons for their popularity is that these cheaper drugs work in the same way as the more expensive drugs. Most of them are regular drugs with a changed name.
We have all had the pressure from our government, media, and others around us to take the H1N1 flu vaccine. However there is a small but very loud voice that cries out against this vaccine. There are those among us who have had to make the "choice" of either taking the vaccine or losing their job. Others who know of someone that has taken the vaccine and is now mentally or physically handicapped. Yet still others who say that the vaccine actually helped them. We will discuss the top 5 reasons that those who are not afraid to speak out against the majority are saying that the H1N1 flu vaccine is to be avoided at all costs. First of all, the biggest outcry is that the H1N1 vaccine can cause death.