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  • Is your medication making you sick?

    Is your medication making you sick?
    Dear Pharmacist: You said some drugs are related to fluoride and may cause hypothyroidism or other diseases of the reproductive tract. Which medications and why? — D.L., Fort Lauderdale
  • Father to file lawsuit after daughter dies in prison due to lack of treatment

    Father to file lawsuit after daughter dies in prison due to lack of treatment
    Claude Wood misses his daughter Rachel. "She should have never died, this could have been avoided," said Claude Wood. Rachel Wood was booked into the Department of Corrections in June of 2010.  She was busted for selling pain pills.  While behind bars...

    Family of inmate who died in custody files tort claim against state

    Family of inmate who died in custody files tort claim against state
    The family of an inmate who died while in custody filed a tort claim against the state Wednesday. Rachel Wood died behind bars in April as a result of medical negligence. While behind bars Wood started to get sick from complications of lupus. ...

    Is there an advantage to Lexapro vs. Celexa?

    Q: Is the antidepressant escitalopram (Lexapro) different from citalopram (Celexa)? Does it have any advantages? A: Both escitalopram and citalopram are types of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Other SSRIs include sertraline (Zoloft),...

    Options for treatment-resistant depression

    Harvard Mental Health Letter Why electroconvulsive therapy may be the best alternative to medication.  Although medications and psychotherapy are usually the first treatments offered to patients with major depression, they don't work for everyone....