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  • Want a Healthy Heart and Fewer Migraines. Here is What You Do! -   As we age, we often need to add supplements to our diets to account for vital nutrient depletion. While the human body produces many vital substances naturally, production levels for many of these substances decrease with age. One of the nutrients that depletes as we age is Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). Despite the many benefits […]
  • Make Your Children’s Medicine Taste Better with Compounding - Being a caregiver, it can be difficult enough dealing with sickness or injury in your child. To complicate things further, kids are often resistant when it comes to taking medication. Some medicine doesn’t taste good, but alternatives do exist, like replacing unpleasant medicines with custom flavors and formulas.   Caring for a sick child and […]
  • Compounded Theophylline Intranasal Used to Treat Loss of Smell and Taste - Theophylline has been used for many years as an asthma medication but is now also being used to treat loss of smell and taste. There has been renewed interest in this medication as many patients who recover from COVID-19 have an impaired sense of smell that does not go away after other symptoms subside. In […]
  • Nitric Oxide and Erectile Dysfunction (ED) - Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common sexual problem in men, affecting up to one third of males throughout their lives. The incidence of ED is associated with high blood pressure, aging, diabetes, high cholesterol, and mental health conditions like depression. What is Nitric Oxide? Nitric oxide (NO) is a chemical in the body that is […]
  • Allergic to Commercial Products? - We all need to take medicine sometimes. If you are allergic or sensitive to a certain component of a drug that is available commercially, you may need to have your medication compounded without that ingredient or with a substitute. What are excipients? Excipients are also known as inactive ingredients in a drug formula. In any […]
  • Are You Prepared for Allergy Season? - (RxWiki News) When spring is in full swing, allergy season isn’t far behind. But what can patients do to help keep themselves allergy-free this season? Around 50 million Americans have seasonal allergies — also called hay fever and allergic rhinitis — according to Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. An allergy is characterized by an […]
  • Common Side Effects of Statin Cholesterol Medicine - What is a statin? Are statins safe? How do i lower my cholesterol and LDL?

 

 

 


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