Loratadine Weight Gain
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Author: G. J. Blokdijk
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: 2018-01-19
How long does a Loratadine (OTC) medication remain active in your body? What are your thoughts on hypnotherapy and Loratadine (OTC)? What if Loratadine (OTC) medication makes me gain weight? How does a person with dementia, living alone, manage her Loratadine (OTC) medication? Can I take Loratadine (OTC) medication? Always talk to your doctor about Loratadine (OTC), your condition and your treatment. But what exactly to ask your doctor to make sure you are both covering everything you need to know about Loratadine (OTC)? 'Loratadine (OTC); Second Edition' presents readers with a whole new set of 533 pivotal questions to discuss your situation with your healthcare provider, consider your options, and help you make decisions that are right for you. 'Loratadine (OTC); Second Edition' poses questions that Loratadine (OTC) medication users didn't even know they needed to ask. With lots of room to note down your doctor's answers and an extensive index, this book is a must-have for anyone who has, or is about to have, Loratadine (OTC) prescription medication, and indispensable for healthcare providers who want to make sure they are able to answer every question.
Author: Sid M. Wolfe
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2009-04-14
"More than 100,000 people a year die in American hospitals from adverse reactions to medication, making drug reactions one of the leading causes of death in this country, researchers are reporting today...." -- Journal of the American Medical Association study, as quoted in The New York Times It is no longer a secret that adverse drug reactions can be dangerous or even fatal, or that doctors often prescribe two relatively safe drugs -- which may cause a life-threatening interaction if taken together. THIS IS THE BOOK THAT TELLS YOU WHAT OTHER PILL BOOKS WON'T ABOUT YOUR MEDICATION! Top-selling drugs that are among the 160 Do Not Use Drugs discussed inside: Ultram Darvoset-N Lopid Desogen & OrthoCept Elavil Ativan Restoril Flexeril Valium Bentyl Entex LA Glucophage Macrobid Patients fill more than 80 million prescriptions a year for these drugs! Consumer advocate Sidney M. Wolfe, M.D., director of Public Citizen's Health Research Group, has thoroughly revised and updated this accessible, indispensable bestseller that alerts you to the potential risks of hundreds of medications available today. Worst Pills, Best Pills gives you the information you need to become actively involved in caring for yourself -- by asking your doctor smart questions about the drugs prescribed for you. Arranged by disease/condition, it offers chapters on adverse drug reactions, alphabetical indexes listing pills by their brand and generic names, new information about commonly used drugs, guidelines for helping you to say "no" if your doctor prescribes a drug you should not take, and safer alternative choices. Worst Pills, Best Pills also includes startling information about certain drugs that can actually cause depression, hallucinations or psychoses, sexual dysfunction, dementia, auto accidents, insomnia, parkinsonism, and more. Caution: Call your doctor before stopping the use of any drug.
Author: George A. Bray
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date: 2023-12-01
Volume 2 of the 5th Edition of the Handbook of Obesity spotlights on clinical applications for evaluation, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of obesity. It covers on the several major developments occurred between the previous and the new edition, including the effect of SARS-CoV-2 on people with obesity, the concept of “Precision Medicine”, and new medications approved by USFDA aiding patients with obesity weight loss of 15 to 20%. This volume is structured into 5 parts: Part 1 provides insights from evolution on changes in diet and physical activity, and the implications and results for preventing obesity, health care costs associated with obesity and the cost-effectiveness of obesity prevention and treatment. Part 2 deals with evaluation of overweight patients, approaches for classifying obesity and using this knowledge to evaluate patients, and addressing ethnic and racial considerations in evaluating patients with obesity. Part 3 explains the impact of lifestyle in managing obesity, which include behavioural management, diet, dietary composition, and meal timing, and the effects of physical activity and exercise in weight loss and weight loss maintenance. Part 4 is focused on medications in the management of obesity. This includes drug selection, various classes of drugs, combination of drugs affecting weight loss, effect of herbal agents on weight loss and treatment of obesity in pediatric populations, genetic diseases causing obesity and the role of drugs in treating the dyslipidemias. Part 5 discusses bariatric surgery, its history, procedure and effects in details, and other surgical techniques including electric stimulation of the vagus nerve, gastric balloons, intestinal liners, and liposuction.