Ensuring Quality and Safety in Compounded Medications

Chances are, you have heard about compounded medications and compounding pharmacies. And for good reason. Obviously, each and every person is unique and different — and the way each of our bodies responds to medications is also different. For example, your body may react positively to a particular stimuli or drug, while someone else could…

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4 Reasons Quality Matters in Compounded Medications for Pets

The American Pet Products Association estimates that between 70 and 80 million dogs and 74 and 96 million cats are currently owned by families in the United States. An approximate 37 to 47 percent of all American households have a dog, and 30 to 37 percent have a cat. And, as anyone who has ever…

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4 Reasons Why Compounded Medications Take Longer Than Regular Prescriptions

Compounding pharmacies are quickly gaining popularity across the country. When it comes to their prescriptions, people are discovering the many benefits of using a compounding pharmacy.  Since the process of compounding prescriptions is much more involved than the filling of a typical prescription, it often takes longer for your prescriptions to be filled. While it…

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What is a Compounding Pharmacy and Why Should I Use One?

When it comes to our bodies, each of us is unique. Each individual reacts differently to similar situations or stimuli. Your body uniquely reacts to medications you may take for any illness, ailment, condition, or disease. You may have a positive reaction to a medication, while someone else has a negative reaction to that same…

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Sugar Addiction

Here’s the not-so-sweet truth. We are killings ourselves by consuming truckloads of hidden sugar. Despite 40 years of Americans being brainwashed into thinking that fat is bad, it turns out it’s sugar, not fat, that makes you sick and overweight.

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Is Acetaminophen Safe? – by Dr. Brownstein

Acetaminophen (Tylenol®) is safe to use during pregnancy, right? Is it safe to take anytime you need pain relief or have a headache? I will show you that acetaminophen is a potentially dangerous drug. Most health care providers are not knowledgeable about what acetaminophen actually does in the body.

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Testosterone Therapy

Testosterone (T) therapy is being increasingly used to treat symptoms of hormone deficiency in pre and postmenopausal women.

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