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PTU: A Review of a Potentially Dangerous Drug

(December 10, 2011)  PTU, which stands for Propylthiouracil is a drug that often helps with treating individuals who suffer with hyperthyroidism as well as Graves disease. This drug is designed to assist with decreasing thyroid hormones that are located in the thyroid gland. This drug was discovered in 1947 and ..

Advair - Brief Review of a Potentially Dangerous Drug

(December 10, 2011)  There was a meeting in July of 2005 held by the FDA that decided to leave Advair off the market for numerous reasons. Advair is a type of drug that is designed to eliminate wheezing as well as other difficulties that comes with asthma. It helps with shortness of breath as well as chest pain. Advair .

Protonix: Brief Review of a Potentially Dangerous Drug

(December 09, 2011)  Protonix is primarily used to help decrease the body’s acid in its stomach. It’s a form of a proton inhibitor and it functions by shutting down some of the cells located in the stomach which are in charge of producing acid. There is a generic version of this drug known as pantoprazole ..

Prozac: A Brief Review of a Potentially Dangerous Drug

(December 09, 2011)  Prozac can also be referred to as Fluoxetine. This medication has helped thousands of adults and children who suffer from depression as well as OCD. This medication helps to suppress thoughts of suicide as well as thoughts of doing other actions. It’s also designed to help with certain eating .

Quinine - Brief Review of a Potentially Dangerous Drug

(December 09, 2011)  Quinine is a medication that is used for treating malaria which is spread by mosquitoes in certain parts of the world. This medication can be used either alone or it can be used with other medications. This medication is classified as antimalarials. This is a medication that will work by killing ..

The Story About Airbags: How Do They Work? Are They Safe?

(October 28, 2011)  The idea of airbags has been around for awhile now. An airbag is essentially an inflatable bag of air that cushions the impact of an individual when involved in a crash. While seatbelts were formally the only form of passive restraint in vehicles for years, since 1998 all vehicles must be installed .

Anti-Lock Braking System in Cars

(October 28, 2011)  The anti-lock braking system of a car is what allows the tires on a car to continue the traction with the road while the driver steers and brakes. The system prevents the wheels from locking up or stopping rotation to avoid skidding or sliding. The anti-lock braking system increases the control of ..

Adaptive Cruise Control -The safety system

(October 28, 2011)  Adaptive cruise control is a relatively new technology being developed by a couple of companies. This technology can be seen on some of the more upscale cars. This system uses a forward facing radar that is installed in the grill of a car to determine the speed and the distance of the car that is ..

Crumple Zones: What Are They and How Do They Work?

(October 22, 2011)  Crumple zones. The name itself sounds like something you would never want to be associated with your car, especially when your car is in danger of colliding with something at some point during its life cycle. Yet the name “crumple zone” is not a misnomer (it does crumple when it hits ..

Risk Compensation and Accident Occurrence Rates

(October 22, 2011)  Whenever debate arises over the compulsory wearing of seat belts, the opposition can be heard citing evidences of risk compensation. What is risk compensation and what role does it play in the Seat Belt Legislation opposition? In 1981, John Adams of the Department of Geography, University College ..

Fosamax: Anatomy of A Questionable Drug

(October 08, 2011)  Fosamax, also known as alendronate sodium and alendronic acid, is a drug manufactured by Merck tobe used in the treatment of osteoporosis, along with several other types of bone disease. It is a bisphosphonate that Merck held the patent on until 2008, when the company lost the many appeals filed in .

Zyprexa: Anatomy Of A Drug's Side Effects

(October 08, 2011)  Zyprexa is an antipsychotic drug used for the treatment of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. It is also known as Olanzapine (generic form) and under the trade names Zalasta, Zypadhera, Zolafren Oferta and Olzapin. Pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly manufactures the drug and the patent will expire in ..

Yaz: A Highly Controversial Birth Control Pill

(September 23, 2011)  This article is brought to you by the specialist Yaz attorneys at JD Law Group. If you are a victim of the birth control pill Yaz and have suffered serious side effects, you should call JD Law Group at 1-888-736-4248 for a free consultation. Yaz is a type of birth control formula that contains ..


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