Airborne is in high demand
Airborne is in high demand since it was on Oprah.
Airborne is the supplement that was "developed by a school teacher who was sick of catching colds in class."
People are picking it up across the border and on the web.
Table of Contents
- what to do about COX-2 inhibitors and other NSAIDs
- updated guidelines for treating asthma during pregnancy
- Strattera (atomoxetine) is the first NON-stimulant approved for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in Canada
- Health Canada just approved memantine (Ebixa) for moderate to severe Alzheimer's disease
- protease inhibitor called Telzir
- Airborne is in high demand
- DHEA for weight loss
- a unique new oral contraceptive called Yasmin
- Oral contraceptives may be less effective in overweight women
- More cardiologists will monitor C-reactive protein (CRP) levels
- the need to improve monitoring of patients on amiodarone (Cordarone)
- if aluminum in antiperspirants is harmful
- a new hemoglobin A1C test for HOME use called ChoiceDM A1C Home Test
- what really works for fibromyalgia
- Evista (raloxifene) can help prevent breast cancer in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis
- "Pharmacist Awareness Week" is Mar 7-13
- annual chart of new drugs approved by Health Canada in 2004