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Why Medicine Often Has Dangerous Side Effects for Women
Why Medicine Often Has Dangerous Side Effects for Women Drugs interact differently in men and women, yet medications have primarily been tested on men. As a result, women often experience unexpected side effects. Read more ➜
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Deprescribing: Beginning the Process (Part 2)
Deprescribing: Beginning the Process (Part 2) You can start the process of deprescribing by doing some research and learning more about the medications you take. Read more ➜
Health Pulse:
More Older People Use Marijuana – I’m Concerned
Why More Older People Using Marijuana Is Concerning Middle-aged and older adults are increasingly using marijuana. As these groups tend to take more medications, marijuana-drug interactions are overlooked. Read more ➜
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Pros and Cons: Prednisone
Pros and Cons: Prednisone Prednisone is an anti-inflammatory drug used to treat a variety of conditions. Find of the benefits and risks of this popular corticosteroid. Read more ➜
MedShadow Blog:
Supplements Scare Me — They Should Scare You, Too
Supplements Scare Me -- They Should Scare You, Too Would you buy a supplement that could fight cancer, prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, lower your blood pressure AND relieve the symptoms of hepatitis? Read more ➜
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‘It’s a Gamble:’ St. John’s Wort, Depression and Drug Interactions
‘It’s a Gamble:’ St. John’s Wort, Depression and Drug Interactions St. John's wort is a popular herbal supplement used especially for depression. But does it actually work and what drugs might it interact with? Read more ➜

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