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Pharmacists Don’t Just Lick, Stick and Pour

When I worked in retail pharmacies, one of the most common questions I had was, “What side effects will this drug cause?”   Another popular question was “How long will it take for this pill to work?” I remember some of my favorite customers, especially the funny ones or those who gifted me with flowers, hand-made […]

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New Drugs 2016 Help Epilepsy, Dry Eyes and Hallucinations

Dear Readers, What an incredible year for the pharmaceutical industry. In 2016, many new and useful medications received FDA approval. My articles are syndicated worldwide, but I’m only listing English drug names so please ask your local pharmacist to translate the medication name as it is known in your country. Happy New Year everyone! Love, […]

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Health Problems That Clinton and Trump Might Expect

I’m interested in politics so when I got hold of the presidential candidates medication list, I naturally scrutinized it. I am really interested to see what our nominees are taking because it gives me a glimpse into their overall health. Because I study drug nutrient depletion, I know what nutrients are lost when you take […]

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36 Foods that Contain Aspirin 


Ingredients similar to aspirin were extracted from meadowsweet and willow bark centuries ago, bit in 1899, salicin was altered into a patentable drug called aspirin which is abbreviated as ASA for “acetylsalicylic acid.”  Notice the prefix “acetyl” on that, because I will come back to that at the end of this article. Aspirin was approved […]

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Which is best for you, Advil or Tylenol?

When you’re in pain what do you reach for, Tylenol or Advil? What about fever or body aches from the flu? How if your precious baby is teething or gets an earache, which do you give? These are questions that you might be asking yourself today, and I’m going to help you.  There are some […]

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Are Leg Cramps Cramping Your Style? Here’s Help!

In today’s article I will talk about wonderful supplements that can ease your pain AND the all important ‘drug-nutrient’ depletion factor which can affect all of you. After you read this, you may want to share with loved ones. Leg cramps are an uncomfortable fact of life for many people.  They tend to flare up […]

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Protect Yourself from Acetaminophen Liver Damage

Known generically as “acetaminophen” or “paracetamol,” this is one of the leading pain relievers in the entire world. It’s probably in every medicine cabinet (including mine), right next to my ibuprofen. Most people know ibuprofen can hurt the gut, whereas acetaminophen impacts the liver. Today I want to focus on protecting you if you like […]

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What Your Doctor Should Have Ordered Instead of Those Drugs!

Sometimes I read journal articles implying that vitamins are harmful. Then the media spins out of control with headlines about our God-given nutrients, and how they could hasten our death. The naive public (their target audience) is suddenly afraid, rushing into the arms of tested and FDA approved -so therefore, they have to be GOOD […]

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Your Brain Loves Magnesium L-Threonate

Have you ever forgotten a word or someone’s name that you should know? It happens to all of us, but what if you frequently find that you have trouble with ‘word finding’ or you keep forgetting to pay bills or get lost easily?  Your kids will tell say you had a “brain fart” or “senior […]

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Coconut Water and 9 Other Brilliant Ideas to Prevent or Reverse Diabetes

Here’s a surprise. Brand new research published in the February 2015 Journal of Medical Food suggests that coconut water improves diabetes. The catch is that it was a rat study, not a human study. Nevertheless, many animal model studies extrapolate to humans so don’t dismiss the research just yet okay?! The rats in the study […]

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