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    Popular! Crazy Meds! Top Rated
    An unconventional mental health resource, created and updated by an individual who's had some extensive experience with different psychiatric medications (both personally and through others' stories). The resource is mainly for patients and features informal commentaries on personal experiences with psychiatric medications.

    Discussion pages include: 12 Steps to Staying on Medications, Support Groups - Why You Need to Belong to One, Where to Find Them, Crazy Meds Support Forum, and many pages on various medications.

    Sometimes has some strong language.

    http://www.crazymeds.us/ - 14-May-2006 - Hits: 3391 - Rate This | Details
    About Methadone
    There are many fine sites on the internet that explain what methadone is, what it does, the drug's history and what it's used for. Methadone is a synthetic narcotic that is used primarily as a treatment for heroin and other opiate addiction, and has seen a resurgence in its use as a painkiller, primarily because it's cheap. As a treatment for opiate abuse, it has become known as "the gold standard" -- nothing keeps addicts away from street drugs better than methadone. Methadone is primarily given in a clinic setting, although there are a a few practices in bigger cities where long term, stable methadone patients can receive the drug in an office setting, under a physician's supervision.
    http://www.aboutmethadone.org - 2-May-2012 - Hits: 119 - Rate This | Details
    Aldara (Imiquimod)
    Imiquimod is used topically to treat warts on the skin of the genital and anal areas. Imiquimod does not cure warts, and new warts may appear during treatment. This medication is sometimes prescribed for other uses; ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information.
    http://psychcentral.com/meds/aldara.htm - 1-Mar-2004 - Hits: 233 - Rate This | Details
    Allegra (Fexofenadine)
    Fexofenadine is used to relieve hay fever and allergy symptoms, including runny nose; sneezing; and red, itchy, tearing eyes. Fexofenadine is in a class of medications called antihistamines. It works by blocking histamine, a substance in the body that causes allergic symptoms. Fexofenadine may cause less drowsiness than other antihistamines.
    http://psychcentral.com/meds/allegra.htm - 1-Mar-2004 - Hits: 350 - Rate This | Details
    Claritin (Loratadine) Top Rated
    Loratadine is used to relieve hay fever and allergy symptoms, including sneezing; runny nose; and red, itchy, tearing eyes. Loratadine is in a class of medications called antihistamines. It works by blocking histamine, a substance in the body that causes allergic symptoms. Loratadine may cause less drowsiness than other antihistamines.
    http://psychcentral.com/meds/claritin.htm - 1-Mar-2004 - Hits: 380 - Rate This | Details
    Condylox (Podofilox)
    Podofilox (po-do-FIL-ox) is used to remove certain types of warts on the outside skin of the genital areas (penis or vulva). The gel is used also to treat warts between the genitals and the rectum, the solution is not. Neither the gel nor the solution is used to treat warts that occur inside the rectum, vagina, or urine passageways inside the penis (male) or the vulva (female). Podofilox works by destroying the skin of the wart.
    http://psychcentral.com/meds/condylox.htm - 1-Mar-2004 - Hits: 196 - Rate This | Details
    Drugsdb.com Top Rated
    Drugsdb.com provides an easy to understand resource for health care consumers looking for answers to frequently asked questions about their drugs and medications.
    http://www.drugsdb.com - 22-Jun-2012 - Hits: 68 - Rate This | Details
    DrugWatch
    DrugWatch.com is a comprehensive online medical database featuring information about thousands of medications currently on the market or previously available worldwide. By providing extensive information about side effects, drug interactions, FDA recalls and drug alerts, DrugWatch.com helps patients and consumers make educated decisions about their medications and treatment options.
    http://www.drugwatch.com/ - 11-May-2011 - Hits: 116 - Rate This | Details
    Federation of State Physician Health Programs
    The goals of the FSPHP are to: achieve national and international recognition as a supporter of state physician health programs. promote the best medical care possible for all patients. promote early identification, treatment, documentation, and monitoring of ongoing recovery of physicians prior to the illness impacting the care rendered to patients. pursue consistent standards, language, and definitions among state physician health programs. maintain an organizational structure that will help achieve its vision and mission.
    http://www.fsphp.org/ - 31-Dec-2005 - Hits: 157 - Rate This | Details


 

 

 


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