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Pharmaceutical Drug Information
Information on thousands of prescription and over-the-counter medications.
Specific attention is paid to defining and understanding alcohol addiction, including guidelines on identifying symptoms of alcoholism in social settings and detailed information on the biological difference between the disease in its early and late stages.
This guide is an essential resource to understanding the interactions that may affect your health.From the experts at Healthnotes, this revised and updated edition contains the newest information on thousands of drugs and supplements, based on studies published in the leading medical journals.
This book identifies best-choice treatments for medical conditions. Depending on the condition, the best choices may be home remedies, lifestyle strategies, herbal or nutritional supplements, over-the-counter or prescription drugs, or a combination of all of these.
this is the "blue book" you see at your doctor's office or local pharmacy dispensing counter. This annual volume contains current information on over 3,000 drugs and cross references generic and brand name drugs.
This classic guide now features an A-to-Z index of illnesses and the drugs most commonly used to treat them.
Guide to Drugs in Canada  (615.1 GUI 2006)
This guide is essential reading for all Canadians wishing to take charge of their own health and keep abreast of this ever-changing area of medical treatment.
The AARP guide to pills is an essential guide to more than 1,200 prescription and nonprescription medicines, including generics.
"current information on more than 700 generic and 2,300 brand-name prescription and over-the-counter drugs."
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