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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Drug Issue: Furazolidone for Diarrhea

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Loperamide is a common antidiarrheal medication for loose bowel movement. It is generally an OTC or over-the –counter drug and recommended by pharmacies for acute types of diarrhea. However, loperamide is limited to individuals below 12 years old. With this, some drugstore outlets recommend the prescription medicine furazolidone. But, can furazolidone be safe for use in children particularly in infants?

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Plants Vs Zombies: Going Through the Last Stand

The ‘Last Stand’ is one of the most enjoyable mini-games in Plants Vs Zombies. It includes the sun power of 5000 and the player gets to choose the plants of his choice. However, he must also defend his house from the toughest and special types of zombies like the Conehead zombie, Screen door zombie, Dolphin rider zombie, Ladder zombie, Football zombie, Jack-in- the- box zombie and the Bucket head zombie. More to this, the player is not allowed for a Sunflower or a Sun-shroom for additional sun power. There are a lot of strategies to get through the ‘Last Stand’. Below are two of the most enjoyable techniques.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Quotation # 9

One of the hardest decisions you'll ever face in life is choosing whether to walk away or try harder.


Thursday, July 5, 2012

Drug Issue: Ibuprofen for Fibrafen

A new pharmacy aid at a popular drugstore chain received an unreadable prescription from an old lady. Still not familiar with that situation, he gave the drug order to the branch manager for instruction. The branch manager told him that the drug prescribed was Ibuprofen 200 mg – a non-prescription, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine. He made things clearer by writing a brand ‘Midol’ over the generic name.

However the manager didn’t notice the sigma or the instruction for use below the prescribed drug. It was stated that the medicine should be taken once at bedtime. The drug Ibuprofen is usually taken three times a day or as needed.

As it turned out, the old lady came back to the drugstore with a daughter. The customer’s daughter had been very formal to tell them that her mother was buying Fenofibrate Fibrafen 200mg – a drug for the treatment of hyperlipidemia. The old lady has very poor eyesight that she didn’t recognize the name of her medicine.
Ibuprofen for fenofibrate

One of the side effects of ibuprofen is gastric irritation. With other drug mix up, ibuprofen or other NSAIDs can be easily recognized, since these types can usually cause stomach pain in older people. However, fenofibrate is also often taken with food.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Avoid Being a Plagiarist: Do Not Delete Your Articles

People do not like thieves which include plagiarists. These individuals simply copy paste others work and by doing so, they also steal page views and hard earned cents from the original writer. Sadly, an online writer (at least, an honest one) can be a plagiarist without him knowing it.

I have a friend who was a writer at triond.com three years ago. She has already written a hundred articles when she decided to start all over again. She created an account at bukisa.com - another article writing site and began publishing under a new pen name. Over time, she considered transferring her Triond articles at Bukisa. However, to do this, she needed to delete her articles at Triond since she was already using a new name. All went well, until she received an ill comment about one of her content as a duplicate.

Monday, July 2, 2012

An Asthmatic Patient Handling His Cat

Can an individual who has asthma take care of a cat?

Studies reveal that the cat’s saliva and its skin are accountable for allergies in susceptible individuals. The glycoprotein Fel d1, the culprit allergen is secreted by the mucous membrane via the cat’s saliva and skin. While sneezing and related hay-fever symptoms can be some hypersensitivity reactions, shortness of breath that can progress to asthma can be alarming.