Medication Blog

Ways to Manage Medicine Side Effects

Prescription drugs heal us when we’re sick and prevent long-term conditions, but sometimes, when they do the job they’re supposed to, they have unwelcomed side effects.

Types of Insulin

The type of insulin that is best for you depends on your lifestyle, type of diabetes, and how much your blood glucose changes throughout the day.

Uses and Side-Effects of Antihemophilic Factor (Intravenous)

Factor VIII is a protein is naturally found in our blood and helps it clot. This protein is also known as the anti-hemophilic factor (AHF). If there’s a lack of factor VIII in the body, it can result in hemophilia A, a recessive coagulation disorder. Doctors prescribe administration of antihemophilic factor VIII to treat bleeding...
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Should You Be Worried About Chest Pain?

Usually, chest pain isn’t something you should worry about. Often times it results from muscle strain, bronchitis, or heartburn. However, chest pain can also indicate something serious.

Fentanyl: What You Need to Know

Fentanyl is a man-made opioid used to treat pain. It’s 100 times more potent than morphine, which is why fentanyl is known for being the most potent opioid pain reliever available in medical treatment.

Tips to Manage Your Medications

The key to successfully managing your medications is by organizing them. These tips ensure your medications are taken timely and safely.

How to Get Relief from Eye Allergies

People usually seek treatment if they experience allergic symptoms, like nasal congestion or sneezing. This is also the case for eye allergies, also known as allergic conjunctivitis.

Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: What Is It?

Hodgkin’s lymphoma is a type of cancer that impacts the body’s lymphatic system. It occurs in lymphocytes—a type of white blood cell that plays a vital role in the body’s immune system. As a result, the patient experiences swollen lymph nodes and other abnormal growth in the body. This is why the condition can quickly...
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Most Commonly Prescribed Medication for Seizures

Seizures result from alterations in our brain’s electrical activities, leading to dramatic symptoms or none at all. They occur when the connections between the brain’s nerve cells are disturbed. Seizures are a hindrance in your daily life, and in some cases, they can even be life-threatening.
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