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Away-at-School Student Health List

Here is a general list of practical items and why they are used. Each student has his or her own personal needs, so this list is quite general. None of these suggestions is intended to replace your doctor’s prescribed medications. Before using any of these products, it is recommended that you check with a knowledgeable health professional about interactions with prescription medications.

Natural Remedies for Colds and Flu

Many of the new herbal products that are coming to the market are based on centuries of anecdotal information that has been handed down from generation to generation.

Compounding – What Is It and How Can It Help My Family?

Compounded is the combining of two or more ingredients to form a final product. In the pharmaceutical industry, it refers to the practice of customizing medication to meet individual patient needs based on the specifications set by the physician. This defines what we do in a compounding pharmacy.

A “Nutritional Rocket” Combats That Tired, Achy Feeling

IV vitamin and mineral therapy, often referred to as a Myers cocktail, has been used for countless individuals over the past four decades. Each cocktail recipe is tailored to address specific symptoms, such as chronic fatigue, anxiety, insomnia, muscle aches, pains, muscle spasms and twitches. Intravenous vitamin and mineral therapy can also be useful for:…

The Truth About Sunscreens

Did you know that until the year 2009 just 29 percent of all sunscreens provided protection against UVA rays? In 2009 that number increased to 70 percent so we are moving in the right direction. Even with added protection today, all sunscreens are not created equal.

Drug Interactions – Are you at risk?

Consider the vast number of prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, minerals, and herbal supplements on the market today. A compelling statistic from SUNY College of Pharmacy remarked that someone who is taking a combination of any six drugs, vitamins, minerals, or herbs, has an 80 percent chance of an interaction of some kind.

The Discerning Consumer’s Guide to Purchasing Supplements

Buying supplements can be a daunting task for the average consumer. Yet, it is not difficult to buy good quality, effective supplements if you are well informed.