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5 things you must know about sexual health and medication
Did you know that taking certain medications can sometimes influence your sexual health? If your sexuality has always been a source of joy and fulfillment and, suddenly, it is no longer the case, speak to your Brunet pharmacist. He or she is always there to help you, no matter what kind of concern you have. In the meantime, here are some useful bits of information on the subject. Read
Alcohol and medication: a dangerous mix?
Anyone who has ever taken daily medication has probably, at one time or another, asked themselves: “Wonder if I can have a glass of wine tonight?” The answer to this question is not simple, and does merit our attention, without moderation! Read
Compliance with drug therapy
Are you the type of person who doesn’t really like to take medication? If so, you’re not alone. But what if taking your medication on a regular basis was only one of several ways to stay healthy? Read
Cleaning out your medicine cabinet in 6 steps
One of the best ways to prevent misuse of medications in the home is to clean out your medicine cabinet regularly. In fact, you should do this twice a year. Read
Medication and grapefruit juice: not always a good mix!
Did you know that grapefruit juice can alter the effect of some medications, and in some cases, increase the risk of side-effects? It is therefore important to know your medication and to find out about possible effects of such a combination on your treatment. Read