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  1. Seasonal allergies remedies and tips so you can enjoy your springRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 |

    The news gets worse: there isn't a way to eradicate allergies, aside from sheer avoidance. While that might be feasible for those who suffer from the indoor variety - such as dust mites and animals - when it comes to avoiding pollen, it's a losing battle.


  2. Now Available: Cough, Cold and Allergy (Hay Fever) Remedies in LatviaRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 25 |

    This was because consumer purchasing power was increasing, accompanied by higher disposable incomes. This enabled consumers to look for more advanced products and abandon combination products.


  3. Drugs - Edward HuntRead the original story

    Apr 20, 2015 | Jacksonville Daily News

    Edward Hunt, 52, of Luther Banks Road in Richlands was charged Monday by Onslow County Sheriff's Office with possession of pseudoephedrine with a previous methamphetamine conviction.


  4. Houchin's constitutents respond to surveyRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2015 | The Corydon Democrat

    Indiana District 47 Senator Erin Houchin sent a survey to constituents earlier this year and recently released the results.


  5. Read RossRead the original story

    Apr 17, 2013 | The Corydon Democrat

    County government gives beat writer Ross Schulz so much to write about, it can't ALL possibly fit in the newspaper, so we've made room here for that and whatever else he wants to blog about.


  6. Consumer Reports: What do those drug labels really mean?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 |

    Navigating the sea of labels on drugstore shelves can leave you feeling sick and confused, according to Consumer Reports. Words and phrases like "extra strength," "PM" or even "cold and flu" seem to spell relief, but exactly what they're selling may be less clear.


  7. Detectives see more 'one-pot' methamphetamine manufacturingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2015 | St. Petersburg Times

    The popular image of methamphetamine cooking is a high-tech scene straight out of Breaking Bad . But lately, Tampa Bay law enforcement authorities say they've seen manufacturing better fit for a used Gatorade bottle than primetime television.


  8. Dangers of Allergy Meds for Your HeartRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2015 | MSN Healthy Living

    Though allergy drugs can stop the misery of seasonal bouts with pollen, hay fever, and grasses, some can aggravate a heart condition, or be downright dangerous when mixed with blood pressure drugs and certain heart medicines. "If a patient has allergies or a cold and is considering OTC medications, it is always recommended to talk with the pharmacist on site, or to ask your physician for recommendations in the context of the other medications that are prescribed," says L. Kristin Newby, MD, MHS, a cardiology professor at Duke Medicine in Durham, North Carolina.


  9. We will win the war against methRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2015 | Pickens Sentinel

    South Carolina's law enforcement community is among the most talented and committed in the entire country. That's why it's not surprising that our state continues to make progress in the battle against methamphetamine production and abuse.


  10. Three arrested in meth bustRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2015 | Point Pleasant Register

    Nathan R. Putney, 30, Amber R. Dempsey, 26 and Ronnie L. Pearson, 53, all of Point Pleasant, have all been charged with operate or attempt to operate a clandestine lab. Their bonds were each set at $100,000 by Magistrate Cheryl Ross.


  11. 2 arrested for allegedly selling pseudoephedrine, key ingredient in meth, to undercover copsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2015 |

    After St. Joseph County Area Narcotics unit received tips about the sale of pseudoephedrine products, undercover drug investigators conducted a "controlled buy" of pseudoephedrine pills in the 21000 block of Michigan Avenue in Park Township on Wednesday. Pseudoephedrine products, like Sudafed, are often used to treat cold symptoms but also can be used as an ingredient to produce the highly addictive drug methamphetamine.


  12. Are you taking the right allergy medication?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2015 | WPTV Local News

    While the season of stuffy, sneezy, runny, itchy misery causes many to flock to their doctors, Ashley Hoehn, a pharmacist at Community First Pharmacy in Hamilton, OH, said those people often end up back in the aisles of their local pharmacies looking for over-the-counter medications recommended by their doctors. "Some of the best options for treating seasonal allergies are now available over-the-counter, and the free health care advice you can get at your pharmacy is a great way to go," she said.


  13. Getting to know methRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2015 | Char-Koosta News

    Meth, a very toxic and illegal drug, is delivered into small towns across the nation, including the surrounding Flathead reservation towns, through all forms of transportation - airplanes, freight, car, Fed Ex, UPS and U.S. mail, according to local Drug Task Force official Joe Paul.


  14. Commissioners question Circuit Clerk's estimated 2011 jail reimbursementRead the original story

    Mar 23, 2015 | Pulaski County Daily

    County commissioners questioned a budget item indicating that county reimbursement for prisoner room and board bills will increase from about $182,679 in 2010 to $250,000 in 2011. After calling in Sheriff J.B. King, commissioners learned that the estimated revenue increase came from Circuit Court Clerk Rachelle Beasley, not King's office.


  15. Acura Pharmaceuticals Reports Successful Topline Results From...Read the original story

    Mar 23, 2015 | Freshnews

    Acura Pharmaceuticals, Inc. , today announced preliminary topline results from a pilot clinical study which demonstrated bioequivalence of one formulation of NEXAFED extended-release tablets to Sudafed 12-Hour Tablets. NEXAFED extended-release tablets utilize Acura's IMPEDE 2.0 enhanced methamphetamine-resistant technology.


  16. Non-prescription allergy relief: what you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2015 | USA Today

    Spring has barely sprung, but in most of the country, spring allergy season - triggered by the first stirrings of tree pollen - is well underway. You can tell by the sniffles and sneezes of the afflicted.


  17. Korea, Japan OK with US personnel carrying medicines off baseRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | Stars and Stripes

    U.S. personnel in Japan and South Korea won't get in trouble if they take prescription or over-the-counter medication off-base, even if the ingredients are prohibited under host-nation law, according to local national officials. A U.S. English teacher, Carrie Russell, was arrested last month after officials discovered 180 Adderall pills that she had mailed to her new home in Nagoya, Japan.


  18. Grand jury indicts three for multiple meth busts; Henrietta man pleads guilty to drug possessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2015 | Watertown Daily Times

    The grand jury charged Darrell P. Dodd, 31, and his wife, Jessica E. Jasewicz-Dodd, 35, of 21 Sandburg Circle, Lisbon, with a count each of third-degree unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine. Additionally, Mr. Dodd was charged with one count of unlawful disposal of meth lab material and one count of tampering with physical evidence.


  19. Letter: Requiring prescription wrong path to takeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2015 | Daily Journal

    As an Indiana licensed pharmacist with more than 40 years of experience in both the health care and pharmaceutical industries, I have prepared this communication to express both my concern and frustration with the proposal before the Indiana Legislature to require a prescription for the decongestant pseudoephedrine . At issue is that pseudoephedrine can be utilized as a chemical precursor in the illicit production of methamphetamine with the logic that requiring a prescription would reduce or eliminate methamphetamine in the illicit market.


  20. Oconee deputies issue warning after civilians discover possible drug lab componentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 25, 2015 | FOX Carolina

    Deputies in Oconee County said two people who were picking up trash along the side of Cleveland Pike Road over the weekend discovered several items that appeared to have been used in the production of methamphetamine. In a news release issued Monday deputies said the items included multiple empty packages of Sudafed; broken down batteries; bottles that contained a white, powdery substance; several tubes and syringes.