Medication, Supplements

Drug (Medication), Supplement and Home Remedy

What Is a Drug? Broadly speaking, a drug is any substance other than food intended to affect the structure or any function of the body (1). Drug As a Medication According to the United States Federal Drug Agency (FDA), a drug is an article (substance) intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation (lessening), >> Read More ...

Diarrhea Induced by Drugs, Remedies or Other Mediaction

Common Medications and Remedies Causing Diarrhea Syrups for Children Children’s syrups (anti-cough syrups, analgesics, etc.) are often sweetened with fructose or sorbitol that can induce diarrhea in children with otherwise healthy gut and especially in those with fructose malabsorption. Fruit Syrups and Juices >> Read More ...

Treatment and Cure for Diarrhea

Treatment of Acute Diarrhea in ADULTS Acute diarrhea in most cases stops on its own in few days. If there is no fever or other debilitating symptom, you can continue with regular activities but avoid any excessive strain. Fluid Replacement An adult with a mild diarrhea can drink plain water or tea, a cup (250 ml) at the >> Read More ...

Natural and Organic Sunscreen

The Aim of This Article The purpose of this article is to discuss the pros and cons of sunscreens labeled as “natural”, “organic”, “hypoallergenic”, or “biodegradable” in an unbiased manner. What are Natural Sunscreens? Claims like “all ingredients are derived from >> Read More ...

Skin Cancer Treatment: Surgery, Radiotherapy, Chemotherapy

Treatment of Skin Cancer Treatment of skin cancer depends on cancer type, stage, location, patient’s age, and his/her general health state. It is a dermatologist – a specialist for skin diseases – who treats cancer. Methods of skin cancer treatment include: Surgery Radiotherapy Chemotherapy Medications >> Read More ...
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