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  1. How popular allergy medicines can affect your muscle gainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Fox News

    The same meds that staunch your allergy symptoms or heartburn might also diminish your gains at the gym: Over-the-counter antihistamines may hamper your muscle recovery after exercise, a new study from the University of Oregon suggests. One hour before a 60-minute strength training workout, the participants took strong doses of two antihistamines, fexofenadine and ranitidine .

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  2. Here's help in dealing with seasonal allergiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 19 | The Forest Grove News-Times

    Are you suffering from seasonal allergies? While most of the medications for seasonal allergies are now available over the counter, here at Maple Street Clinic in Forest Grove we still have many options to offer for those suffering from seasonal allergies. While the mainstay of treatments for seasonal allergies are over the counter, non-sedating antihistamines such as Allegra, Claritin, or Zyrtec, there are still some prescription medications that we can use to augment the effects of these antihistamines.

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  3. People's Pharmacy: Taking drug 'cocktail' for sleep is riskyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 16 | Athens Banner-Herald

    I recently heard that anticholinergic drugs can cause brain atrophy and might increase the risk for dementia. What are the alternatives to anticholinergic drugs for the treatment of allergies? I am concerned, since I have been using Benadryl and Claritin regularly for five years.

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  4. Things Only People With Allergies UnderstandRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 14 | Teen Vogue

    It's official - spring is finally here. Outdoor music festivals are popping up like flowers, the wait for Pretty Little Liars and other guilty-pleasure TV is almost over, and the best part: no one can give you grief anymore for putting on a pair of shorts! But for those of us who suffer from allergies, spring also means the start of red noses, puffy eyes, and endless sneezes.

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  5. H1 2016 International Sanofi Market Discontinued Drug AnalysisRead the original story

    Saturday May 14 | Emailwire.com

    The report provides comprehensive information on the therapeutics under development for Sanofi , complete with analysis by stage of development, drug target, mechanism of action , route of administration and molecule type. The report also covers the descriptive pharmacological action of the therapeutics, its complete research and development history and latest news and press releases.

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  6. AMRI Announces First Quarter 2016 ResultsRead the original story

    Monday May 9 | BioSpace

    First quarter royalties of $ 2.7 million, down 59% from 2015 due to expiration of Allegra royalties in Q2-2015 Confirms standalone full year 2016 financial guidance "Adjusted contract margins", "Adjusted diluted EPS", and "Adjusted EBITDA" are Non-GAAP measurements. See discussion under the heading "Non-GAAP Adjustment Items" in this release.

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  7. AMRI Announces First Quarter 2016 ResultsRead the original story

    Tuesday May 10 | Freshnews

    AMRI today reported financial and operating results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2016 and provided an update to its outlook for 2016. -- First quarter contract revenue of $102.8 million, up 37% from 2015 -- First quarter royalties of $2.7 million, down 59% from 2015 due to expiration of Allegra royalties in Q2-2015 -- First quarter adjusted contract margins 27% -- First quarter adjusted diluted EPS of $0.07, reflecting a $0.07 decrease in EPS from royalties in the current quarter -- First quarter adjusted EBITDA of $13.1 million -- Confirms standalone full year 2016 financial guidance"Adjusted contract margins", "Adjusted diluted EPS", and "Adjusted EBITDA" are Non-GAAP measurements.

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  8. What's Going Around: Hay feverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | WKOW-TV

    As you spend more time outside, you might start to feel under the weather. That's because seasonal allergies are still going around for the week of May 1 - May 7. Dr. Hetal Patel with Community Health Systems of Wisconsin is seeing many of her patients coming in for hay fever at her office in Beloit.

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  9. Preventing allergiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 3 | The Jackson Sun

    Preventing allergies Doctor says to treat your symptoms before allergy season starts Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. Pollen tends be the most problematic outdoor allergy for many patients, but that shifts to grass as the summer months approach.

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  10. World OTC Pharmaceutical Market Forecast 2016-2026: Recent M&A...Read the original story

    Monday May 2 | Freshnews

    Report Details What can be expected from the Over-the-Counter Pharmaceuticals Market? Which areas are going to grow at the fastest rates? This visiongain report shows you potential revenues to 2026, assessing data, trends, opportunities and prospects. Our 247-page report provides 148 tables, charts, and graphs.

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  11. Sean Parker: Hacker philanthropyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 1 | Financial Times

    Sean Parker emerges from his kitchen carrying a cup of lemon tea with honey, two bottles of pills and some free medical advice. I should treat my cold, the billionaire Facebook investor tells me, not with a typical over-the-counter cold remedy but instead with individual medicines for each symptom.

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  12. Seasonal allergies: Nip them in the budRead the original story

    Sunday May 1 | Holtville Tribune

    Spring means flower buds and blooming trees - and if you're one of the millions of people who have seasonal allergies, it also means sneezing, congestion, a runny nose and other bothersome symptoms. Seasonal allergies - also called hay fever and allergic rhinitis - can make you miserable.

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  13. OTC allergy medications stopped working? Time to visit the allergistRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 1 | Seattle Times

    Dear Mayo Clinic: Are over-the-counter allergy medications safe to take year-round? I've been taking them for a couple of years, and they seem to help. Are there any other allergy treatments I should think about using instead? A: Allergy medications that you can buy without a prescription are considered relatively safe and can be taken on a long-term basis.

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  14. Target Allergy MedicineRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 30 | American Baby

    Find Cold, Cough And Allergy at Target.com! Children's Allegra Allergy provides all-day, non-drowsy allergy relief for indoor or o

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  15. Here's the real difference between all those allergy medicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Second-generation over-the-counter medications like Claritin, Zyrtec, and Allegra - which improve upon old options like Benadryl by not putting you to sleep - are more similar than they are different. You just have to answer a few basic questions to figure out which to choose.

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  16. Aralez Receives Health Canada Approval For BlextenRead the original story

    Apr 24, 2016 | BioSpace

    The approval was granted to Aralez Pharmaceuticals Trading DAC, a subsidiary of Aralez formed under the laws of , Chief Executive Officer of Aralez. "BLEXTEN represents an additional treatment option that physicians can offer Canadian patients suffering from seasonal allergies and hives.

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  17. Some cold and allergy meds can lead to Alzheimer'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2015 | KCTV5

    A new study finds that some of the common cold and allergy medicines people take can cause shrinking in the brain and could lead to Alzheimer's. You may not know the medical term for this class of drugs but you have definitely heard of them: Benadryl, Demerol, Dimetapp, Dramamine, Paxil, and Unisom.

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  18. Some cold and allergy meds can lead to Alzheimer'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | WBTV

    A new study finds that some of the common cold and allergy medicines people take can cause shrinking in the brain and could lead to Alzheimer's. You may not know the medical term for this class of drugs but you have definitely heard of them: Benadryl, Demerol, Dimetapp, Dramamine, Paxil, and Unisom.

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  19. How hay fever tablets can make exercise agony: Drugs block the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2016 | Mail on Sunday

    Diamonds aren't forever! Man, 45, sues his ex-fiancee, 43, who broke up with him but won't return $30,000 custom-made engagement ring While it's been well documented the drug can cause drowsiness, scientists have discovered taking them can also damage your workout. High doses of antihistamines can blunt gene responses, responsible for helping muscles recover after vigorous exercise, a study by the University of Oregon found.

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  20. Antihistamines Mess With Post-Workout Muscle Recovery: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2016 | Medical Daily

    Many people have a love-hate relationship with spring. The winter cold is finally melting into warmer weather, but along with higher temperatures comes pollen, and with the irritating yellow powder comes allergies.

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