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Water in diet
Health Info - Health Illustrated Encyclopedia

Water is a combination of hydrogen and oxygen. It is the basis for the fluids of the body.

Lead and tap water
Health Info - Health Illustrated Encyclopedia

Images Lead testing Alternative Names Water contaminated with lead Information The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) monitors drinking water and requires water suppliers to produce annual water quality reports. These reports...

Sugar-water hemolysis test
Health Info - Health Illustrated Encyclopedia

The sugar-water hemolysis test is a blood test to detect fragile red blood cells by testing their ability to withstand swelling in a low-salt solution.

I get a funny taste in my mouth after using my asthma inhaler. Is it OK to drink water right after?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

You can rinse your mouth with water, or drink milk or a soft drink, for example, to remove thetaste an inhaler may leave in your mouth. You are encouraged to rinse your mouth right afterusing an asthma inhaler - not only to remove...

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I get a funny taste in my mouth after using my asthma inhaler. Is it OK to drink water right after?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

You can rinse your mouth with water, or drink milk or a soft drink, for example, to remove thetaste an inhaler may leave in your mouth. You are encouraged to rinse your mouth right afterusing an asthma inhaler - not only to remove...

Source:  Walgreens

Parking Lot Lamps
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...compared to traditional parking lot lighting. Colors also appear more vibrant whichhelps improve visibility. Water Savings The Walgreens in Merritt Island, Fla. is demonstrating a new water savings technique.Existing...

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What is poison ivy?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

Poison ivy is a plant that has three leaves on each stem and grows as a vine or bush. As thesaying goes "leaves of three, let them be", poison ivy should always be avoided. The leaves,roots, and stems of the plant contain oily che...

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What should I do to prevent gout attacks in the future?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

Uric acid is a natural byproduct of when your body breaks down purines. Foods like organ meats,anchovies, herring, asparagus and mushrooms that are especially high in purines can cause uricacid build-up. Uric acid normally dissolv...

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Is there anything I can do to prevent my child from getting it?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

While head lice can often spread rapidly in school populations, there are steps to take toprevent being infected - and also steps to take to get rid of lice. Head lice is a very common infection that occurs among children and teen...

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What are the risks of taking Vicodin?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

There are risks of taking Vicodin (hydrocodone/APAP), including an addiction to the narcotic part of the medication, hydrocodone. This can be a mental or a physical addiction. There is always the risk that you might have a life-th...

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What is athlete's foot?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

Athlete's foot is a fungal infection of skin on the soles of the feet and between the toes. Itoften begins between the toes, where the athlete's foot fungus thrives in a warm, moist area.It can lead to scaly, itchy areas, and over...

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What's the difference between a cream and an ointment?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

A cream is a preparation of a medication for topical use (on the skin) that contains a waterbase. Essentially, it is a preparation of oil (often lanolin or petrolatum) in water. Anointment is a preparation of a medication for topi...

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How do you treat swimmer's ear?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

If the earache is due to water in your child's ear from swimming, there are over-the-counterear drops available that may help the ear dry out quicker. One common product name is Swim-Ear? , another is Auro-Dri? . To be effective, ...

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What is the best treatment for burns that's available over-the-counter?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

The best over-the-counter treatment depends on exactly what kind of burn you have and howsevere it is. You need to see a doctor if you have a first- or second-degree burn that coversan area more than 2-3 inches in diameter. If you...

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What acne products are recommended for teenagers?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

Acne control is an ongoing process. Before starting medication for acne, it is important to usepreventive measures in the management of acne, including twice-daily face washing with warmwater and a mild, non-moisturizing soap. In ...

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What is asthma?
Pharmacy - Pharmacist FAQ

Asthma is the inflammation of the lungs' airways in response to "triggers" such as irritants,stress, exercise, or allergens. Allergens are tiny airborne particles such as pollen, dust, oranimal dander. Asthma often causes temporar...

Source:  Walgreens

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