No Comments on River Pharmacy Announces New Payment Solution

Now there is an online pharmacy that you can order from without owning a credit card. If you live in the USA and have a bank account, and a cell phone, you can order from River Pharmacy (www.RiverPharmacy.ca) easily and securely. www.RiverPharmacy.ca is excited to launch Genie Cashbox as a new method of payment for all US customers...

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What is a Rotahaler?
Many people that suffer from asthma, COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) or cystic fibrosis use dry powder inhalers (DPI’s) to administer their medication. The Rotahaler is just one of many devices that are available. The Rotahaler was designed to make inhaled medication more convenient and effective for asthmatic patients...

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No Comments on Preparing Low Dose Naltrexone at Home

Supplies Needed
•    50 mg tabs of naltrexone
•    5  ml syringe or graduated baby medicine dropper
•    4 oz amber glass jar with a tight fitting lid
•    Distilled water

Order your supply of 50mg Naltrexone tablets.  You can convert a 50mg tablet into low dose naltrexone (LDN) simply and easily...

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No Comments on Do you have essential hypertension?

Most people with high blood pressure have what is known as essential hypertension. It is caused by genetics; bad diet, especially a high salt diet; obesity; lack of exercise; and excessive alcohol intake. A very small proportion of people have hypertension due to another disease. The long-term effects of hypertension are cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, heart beat or rhythm problems, congestive heart failure and stroke. Kidney failure can also be the result of long-term high blood pressure.
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No Comments on Antidepressants and aspirin don’t mix

Antidepressants and aspirin don't mix, a new study suggests. Researchers found that painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen appear to decrease the effectiveness of a popular class of antidepressants that includes Prozac and Celexa. The finding, published Monday, may help explain why even the most effective antidepressants don't work for everyone. At best only about two-thirds of patients respond effectively to Celexa and other selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs.
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