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Deadly Drug & Food Combinations

According to a recent U.S. News & World Report concerning health care, too many pharmacists fail to protect consumers against potentially hazardous interactions of prescription drugs. Deadly Drug Interactions comprehensively covers the most dangerous and commonly taken combinations, including foods that may interact with antidepressants, aspirin, and acetaminophen, that may render birth control ineffective, and more.

How to Protect Yourself from Harmful Drug/Drug, Drug/Food, Drug/Vitamin Combinations Deadly Drug Interactions:
The People's Pharmacy Guide:
How to Protect Yourself from Harmful Drug/Drug, Drug/Food, Drug/Vitamin Combinations
by Joe Graedon, Teresa Graedon
Paperback (1997)

Health and Fitness Editor's Recommended Book
Who would've thought grapefruit juice, licorice, and cheddar cheese could be so dangerous? Well, they are, when combined with certain medications. This book continues the People's Pharmacy franchise with an eye-opening guide to the unexpected, dangerous, and sometimes deadly ways foods, vitamins, minerals, herbs, and alcohol can interact with prescription and over-the-counter drugs, and how those drugs can interact with each other. Obviously, the more medications you take, the more there is to learn from this book. Still, there's something for almost everyone to worry about here.
A comprehensive and simple guide to the most dangerous and most commonly taken drug combinations discusses foods that may interact with antidepressants, drugs that interact with aspirin or tylenol, antacids that affect antibiotics, and much more.
Over 200 easy-to-understand charts with information on medications for pain relief, allergies, asthma, arthritis, heart problems, depression, diabetes, contraception, ulcers, and much more; descriptions of the symptoms of interactions; explanations of when and with what to take medications; and specific concerns of women, children, and older people.

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