- Follow prescription instructions.
- Take right before bed.
- Stay in bed.
- Remember effects last 7-8 hours.
- Don’t take it in the middle of the night. (The effects won’t have a chance to wear off before morning.)
- Never use the medication when you’ve been drinking alcohol.
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“In Tampa, Florida, Marilyn Weisman also depends on charity for treatment. The 72-year-old thought she had a bad rash. She turned out to have cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, a rare cancer. Though she is insured, she could not afford her share of the payment for the drug her doctors recommended. So a pharmacist at her hospital, Moffitt Cancer Center, helped her to apply for charitable aid. Mrs. Weisman’s situation is surprisingly common for American cancer sufferers. Many insured patients in one of the world’s richest countries cannot afford their medicines.” (p. 45)
Source: The Economist, January 4th 2014, p. 45
Doctors Jon LaPook and Holly Phillips discuss the major medical stories of the week including new research on how children with autism react to noise on “CBS This Morning: Saturday.”
One in two Americans will develop osteoarthritis of the knee. If you have had it, you know how painful it can be and how hard it is to keep moving. But changing your shoes can sometimes cut down on knee pain without medication or surgery.
“Move over, quinoa. Wheat berries, which are whole-wheat kernels, contain one of the highest amounts of protein and fiber per serving of any grain – 6 grams of protein and 6 grams of fiber. Protein triggers the hormone ghrelin to tell our brain that we are satisfied…and fiber activates appetite-suppressing gut hormones…Toss wheat berries with apples, nuts and other diet-friendly foods to make a super tasty salad.” (p. 41)
Jurick, N. (2013). Yes! The Most Filling Foods. Health, 27(10), 35-41.
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