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Creature Comforts: To declaw or not to declaw
... am reminded of my many elderly clients who own cats, and especially those taking
(a blood thinner) who have tissue-paper thin skin and bruise exceedingly easily. Even...
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Portage Police investigate claims of tampering wi...
... chips, walnuts, cat food, and even other prescription medication, such as Sotalol,
, and 800mg ibuprofen tablets. Sotalol is a beta-blocker, used to treat an irregular...
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LARIAT device helps prevent stroke in patients wi...
... called blood thinners. The gold standard has been a medication called warfarin (
), however, the drug is particularly difficult to regulate due to interactions with other...
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What are the health benefits of bok choy?
... is safe to consume raw bok choy in moderate amounts.7 If you are taking blood-thinners such as
(warfarin) it is important that you do not suddenly begin to eat more or fewer foods...
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I-Team Update: Federal Lawmakers call for action ...
... very long, why you're in trouble," 86-year-old Lawrence Seyer of Oran, Missouri said of the
he's been taking since suffering a stroke eight years ago. Seyer's prescriptions come by...
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Refusal of neonatal vitamin K injections: antivac...
... in the clotting cascade. Indeed, the mechanism by which the anticoagulant drug warfarin (
) is by blocking the conversion of inactive precursors into active vitamin K, which is why...
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