The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs, 2001 Paperback – 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
Especially useful are the details on drug interations, including herbal medications (e.g. don't take St. Johns Wort with birth control pills) and common foods (e.g. some drugs do not mix will with grapefruit). Long also lists medical conditions that do not mix well with drugs (e.g. diabetes) as well as the risks of smoking and taking a certain drug, or the possible effects of the drug on pregnancy (very complete information here).
Even if you only take one or two Prescription drugs this is a good book to own, your health is worth it. Also, you can look up friends and relatives drugs and find out what they are taking them for, as well as possible side effects or harmful interactions. This would be a good gift for an elderly parent or friend.