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  1. Drug of choice: Despite changes in laws, meth use in Hancock County is on riseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Daily Reporter

    Hancock County pharmacists refused to sell nearly 300 boxes of over-the-counter cold medicine in the first six months of 2016 after customers were red-flagged for exceeding limits for pseudoephedrine purchases. But what lawmakers believed would hinder the manufacture and use of methamphetamine - an essential ingredient of which is pseudoephedrine-based medication - hasn't been as helpful to investigators as originally hoped, local police say.

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  2. Doctor's Orders: 7 Ways Men Can Manage an Enlarged ProstateRead the original story

    Monday Feb 6 | The New York Observer

    Benign prostatic hyperplasia is the most common cause of prostate enlargement. As a man ages, BPH becomes more common.

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  3. Flying With a Cold? Here's What You Should KnowRead the original story

    Jan 4, 2017 | Conde Nast Traveler

    One: It's probably going to hurt. Consider your fellow passengers-and this guide-when you're about to travel with a nasty cold.

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  4. FL: New law prohibits OTC cough syrup sales to minorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 3, 2017 | Rational Review

    "Minors won't be able to buy some cough syrup brands over the counter as a new law [passed on the idiotic claim that it will] limit youth substance abuse took effect Monday. Senate Bill 938 is a measure that prohibits manufacturers, distributors and retailers from selling medicines containing dextromethorphan to those under 18, and requiring anyone who appears under the age of 25 to provide identification upon checkout.

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  5. The best drugstore cold and flu remediesRead the original story

    Dec 8, 2016 | MSN Healthy Living

    RealSimple.com. height="373" title="Products containing Pseudoephedrine , such as Sudafed Non-Drowsy, can be used to make methamphe... - Virgil Bastos" width="624" /> Products containing Pseudoephedrine , such as Sudafed Non-Drowsy, can be used to make methamphetaimine, so they are now behind the counter, but worth asking for.

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  6. Cold Remedies That Actually WorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2016 | MSN Healthy Living

    Arguably the worst part about having a bad cold is knowing there are no meds that can make it go away. Letting the virus run its course is the only option.

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  7. Cold Remedies That Actually WorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2016 | Self.com

    Letting the virus run its course is the only option. But browsing the drugstore aisles, you'll find that there are endless cold remedies that claim to treat symptoms and help make the whole waiting-it-out thing a little less miserable.

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  8. Medication advice for heart failure patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | Post-gazette.com

    There are three types of medications used to treat heart failure, according to Nathan Verlinden, cardiology clinical pharmacy specialist in the Allegheny Health Network, who spoke at a recent patient support group at Allegheny General Hospital, North Side. One type lowers blood pressure and lessens the work of the heart.

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  9. Man gets $1600 fine for pill theftRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2016 | Central Western Daily

    HIGH PRICE: A man has been ordered by Orange Local Court to pay $1600 in fines for two shoplifting offences. FILE PHOTO Andrew Eggleton was fined $800 for stealing a bottle of iron supplements valued at $18.99 from a chemist in Summer Street on August 1. He was also fined $800 for stealing a packet of Sudafed brand pseudoephedrine tablets from an Orange department store the same day.

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  10. Simone Bilesa ADHD Meds Among Common Drugs Banned from OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2016 | WJOL-AM Joliet

    A hack of the World Anti-Doping Agency has drawn attention to the commonly prescribed medications that are prohibited for use during the Olympics without a medical waiver. Agency officials said Tuesday that they had been hacked by Russian hackers and that multiple star athletes - including Venus and Serena Williams - had their medical information released.

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  11. Simone Biles' ADHD Meds Among Common Drugs Banned from OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2016 | KWLM-AM Willmar

    A hack of the World Anti-Doping Agency has drawn attention to the commonly prescribed medications that are prohibited for use during the Olympics without a medical waiver. Agency officials said Tuesday that they had been hacked by Russian hackers and that multiple star athletes -- including Venus and Serena Williams -- had their medical information released.

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  12. Simone Biles' ADHD Meds Among...Read the original story

    Sep 14, 2016 | Southeast Georgia Today

    A hack of the World Anti-Doping Agency has drawn attention to the commonly prescribed medications that are prohibited for use during the Olympics without a medical waiver. Agency officials said Tuesday that they had been hacked by Russian hackers and that multiple star athletes -- including Venus and Serena Williams -- had their medical information released.

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  13. Prescription ragweed pillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2016 | Ask MetaFilter

    Hay fever sufferer, particularly sensitive to ragweed. I use a cocktail of OTC meds, including Flonase or Nasacort, loratidine, and pseudoephedrine when the drainage gets really bad.

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  14. Going Generic: It's Not Just For Millennials, Lower-Income Households Or Your GrammaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 18, 2016 | Benzinga

    While there are plenty of everyday commodities that are clearly worth their cost , others are open pits for frivolous spending. Unfortunately, thanks in part to successful advertising tactics and societal mentality that new and innovative outweighs tried and true, many people stumble through each shopping trip completely unaware of where they could be saving money.

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  15. Common Meds Olympic Athletes Must Forego to Avoid Testing Positive for DopingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2016 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    Olympic athletes may spend years planning, training and preparing for that elusive chance at winning a gold medal, but they can risk losing it all by taking something as seemingly innocuous as a common cold medication on the day of the competition. In fact, common drugs, including some flu medications that treat symptoms and ADHD medications, can be off-limits as well, according to the World Anti-Doping Association.

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  16. Common Meds Olympic Athletes Must Forego for Doping TestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2016 | WWAY-TV Wilmington

    Olympic athletes may spend years planning, training and preparing for that elusive chance at winning a gold medal, but they can risk losing it all by taking something as seemingly innocuous as a common cold medication on the day of the competition. In fact, common drugs, including some flu medications that treat symptoms and ADHD medications, can be off-limits as well, according to the World Anti-Doping Association.

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  17. Arthur Jones: You can take cough syrup and the NFL calls it a PEDRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2016 | MSNBC

    Colts defensive lineman Arthur Jones isn't saying what substance he took to earn him a four-game suspension in the league's performance-enhancing substance policy. But he is saying it's something he took legally, and accidentally.

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  18. Pharmacies in northern Maine halt sales of certain decongestants to thwart meth labsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2016 | Bangor Daily News

    Nearly a dozen northern Maine Rite Aid pharmacies and several independent drug stores are halting nonprescription sales of certain nasal decongestants that contain pseudoephedrine in an effort to stop the illegal production of the street drug methamphetamine , according to pharmacy officials and the health advocacy group that requested the action. "In the coming days, we are proactively removing non-tamper-resistant, single-ingredient pseudoephedrine products from select Rite Aid stores in northern Maine," spokeswoman Kristin Kellum of the Camp Hill, Pennsylvania-based retailer, said Tuesday.

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  19. Celebrate the Fourth of July in Freedom Land.Read the original story

    Jun 29, 2016 | Willamette Week

    But the Fourth of July is not most days. You should be celebrating this nation's legacies of interventionism, economic imperialism, and hard-won freedoms with barbecues, brewskis, Bruce Springsteen and fireworks.

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  20. Seniors learn about allergiesRead the original story

    Jun 9, 2016 | Sampan

    A senior breakfast seminar on allergies took place May 26 at the Boston Chinatown Evangelical Church auditorium on 120 Shawmut Avenue, the former South Cove Manor facility. About 40 people attended the seminar, hosted by South Cove Manor.

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