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Tag Archives: Medications Safety

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Looking Out for Medication Interactions

Drugs can interact with other medications you are taking, food and beverages you intake, or with existing medical conditions. These interactions are common when you are taking several medications, are seeing more than one doctor, or have certain heal...

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Flu Medications for Children

The most common reason for a child’s visit to the doctor is a regular cold. Although colds seldom cause significant issues, they can be stressful for parents and caregivers. A cold generally lasts a week or two, and children usually recover on ...

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Why Monthly Immunization for Infants is Important

Seeing their infant weep as the needle pierces their precious skin is a mother’s vulnerability. Mothers may wonder, out of pity for their screaming newborns, whether there is a need for immunization at such an early age. Here are some answers a...

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Taking Medicine After or With Food

Have you ever wondered why doctors frequently advise you to take your medication after eating or with your food? Well, Lotus Pharmacy is here to talk about exactly that. Sure enough, once we’re done talking about this, you may just start being more...

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The Wrong Way to Handle Your Medication

Simply putting your medication away is not enough to maintain its quality. You have to keep in mind that the conditions around your medication can damage them. If you don’t want to end up with a stomachache, an allergic reaction, or simply having t...

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Why Timing Is Important in Getting Your Flu Shot

You already know that getting a flu shot every year is necessary, but did you also know that you need to get it at the right time to make sure you are fully protected? Most of it has to do with how the vaccine works. Thus, before we at Lotus Pharmacy...

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