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Canadian Drugs Medications Database - MedBroadcast

9/11/2014
12:17 | Author: Steven Lewis

Epilepsy medication side effects
Canadian Drugs Medications Database - MedBroadcast

In our drug product database, you will learn how your medication works, when possible side effects and drug interactions, along with other vital information.

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Prescription Drugs Cold Medicines National Institute on Drug

7/10/2014
02:06 | Author: Allison King

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Prescription Drugs Cold Medicines National Institute on Drug

What is Prescription Drug Abuse: Some medications have psychoactive Offers the latest scientific information on heroin use and its consequences as well as.

Examines the non-medical use of prescription drugs-opioids, central nervous system depressants, and stimulants-describing adverse health effects of their use and the prevention and treatment of addiction.

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Provides facts about the abuse of cough syrups and other cold medicines, including their effects on the brain and dangers of using these products to get high. Revised May 2014.

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Medication Guides for Certain Prescription Products

5/9/2014
04:09 | Author: Steven Lewis

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Medication Guides for Certain Prescription Products

A rundown on what medications guides are, what they cover, what they're required for, and how consumers can get them. Also includes information on an.

A Medication Guide is not the only handout that you may get with your prescription medicine. There is also the Consumer Medication Information.

The purpose of the Consumer Medication Information is to help all consumers understand key information about their prescription medicine, including how to take it, how to store it, and other general information.

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Prescription Medicines - Boehringer Ingelheim

3/8/2014
06:08 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Prescription Medicines - Boehringer Ingelheim

Prescription Medicines account for 77 per cent of our total net sales and considerations, which affect the information we can provide on our products.

For specific questions on our products, please contact us.

You are welcome to visit the websites of our local affiliates. Where appropriate and possible, Boehringer Ingelheim and its locations around the world will continue to provide more detailed information specifically for your geographic region while meeting the regulations of the local authorities.

If you are seeking advice on any specific medical concern or treatment please consult your health care professional.

Boehringer Ingelheim's product portfolio covers the following main indications:

We recognise that the Internet serves a global community. The pharmaceutical industry, however, is subject to country specific regulatory considerations, which affect the information we can provide on our products.

Prescription Medicines account for 77 per cent of our total net sales and generated 11 billion euros in 2013. These medicinal products require prescription either by primary care physicians or by specialists, or form an integral part of hospital treatment.

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Consumer Updates How to Dispose of Unused Medicines

1/7/2014
08:45 | Author: Molly Young

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Consumer Updates How to Dispose of Unused Medicines

Follow any specific disposal instructions on the prescription drug labeling or patient information that accompanies the medicine. Do not flush.

Prescription drugs such as powerful narcotic pain relievers and other controlled substances carry instructions for flushing to reduce the danger of unintentional use or overdose and illegal abuse.

This article appears on FDA's Consumer Updates page, which features the latest on all FDA-regulated products.

Otherwise, almost all medicines can be thrown in the household trash, but only after consumers take the precautionary steps as outlined below. A growing number of community-based drug "take-back" programs offer the best option.

The agency reviewed its drug labels to identify products with disposal directions recommending flushing down the sink or toilet.

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