new ORAL "sunscreens" such as SunPill and Heliocare
People are hearing about new ORAL "sunscreens" such as SunPill and Heliocare.
These products can give consumers a dangerously wrong impression.
SunPill contains vitamins, minerals, and other antioxidants.
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- New guidelines clarify how to reduce the risk of ischemic stroke
- increased risk of death due to stroke with Evista (raloxifene)
- Linessa is a new triphasic oral contraceptive in Canada
- Researchers are using large doses of chickenpox vaccine to prevent shingles
- new Gardasil vaccine to prevent cervical cancer and genital warts
- probiotics for "digestive health"
- new brand of sildenafil called Revatio
- ACE inhibitors during the first trimester MIGHT increase the risk of birth defects
- codeine can be toxic to breastfed infants
- new ORAL "sunscreens" such as SunPill and Heliocare
- Azilect and Zelapar are new options on the horizon for Parkinson's
- questioning the benefits of taking daily multivitamin and mineral supplements
- alarming patients about the safety of Humira (adalimumab) and Remicade (infliximab)
- new oral cancer drug in Canada called Sutent
- Consumers still aren't getting the message about the danger of taking too much acetaminophen
- many drugs can cause sweating
- two new investigational drugs for type 2 diabetes, Januvia and Galvus