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Legal and Illegal Drugs: What Every Person With Diabetes Should Know Before They Party
Mar 13, 2008 | 
Perhaps more than anyone, people with diabetes know that the motto “Just say no” often doesn’t work.
Bayer Recalls Test Strips After False Readings
Dec 29, 2007 | 
Bayer Diabetes Care has recalled 230,000 bottles of Contour TS test strips after finding that the strips resulted in blood glucose readings 5 to 17 percent higher than actual levels.
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Black Box Warning For Actos and Avandia
Oct 31, 2007 | 
The FDA has spoken: the heart risk warnings on labels of Avandia (rosiglitazone) and Actos (pioglitazone) will now be surrounded by an emphatic black outline known as a black box. Black boxes will also be added to the warnings on Avandaryl (rosiglitazone and glimepiride), Avandamet (rosiglitazone and metformin), and Duetact (pioglitazone and glimepiride).
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Oct 10, 2007 | 
According to Greek researchers, Actos and Avandia were behind a tripling of the cost of medicines used to treat Athenians with type 2 diabetes over the past eight years.
Save A Few Billion: Buy Generic Drugs
Aug 26, 2007 | 
Americans spend 275 billion dollars on prescription medicines every single year, sixty percent of it on generics. But in the next five years, the twenty-year patents are going to expire on enough brand-name medicines to account for about 60 billion dollars of that total. And the generics that spring up to replace those drugs will be thirty to eighty percent cheaper.
Adverse Interactions of Drugs with Natural Health Products Are Under-Reported
Aug 13, 2007 | 
According to a literature review and survey of 132 Canadian pharmacists, 47 percent of pharmacists have encountered an adverse interaction between a natural health product and a drug.
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