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Cover - 500 BrandsThis new "Essential Guide" helps protect you and your family from hidden aspirin and acetaminophen (Tylenol). Did you know aspirin can interact with many blood thinners (anticoagulants) and acetaminophen when taken with alcohol? This re-imagined reference book by Dr. Jim Rybacki, even includes the most widely used anti-anxiety/relaxation drug (alcohol) in a large profile plus a new medicine for weight loss, a new cancer treatment and much much more. Since 1978, the many popular editions of "The Essential Guide to Prescription Drugs" have delivered reliable, complete and easy to understand information to millions of families and their loved ones. EGPD, 500 brands and 15 medicines even gives you a new Leading Edge section where you can read about upcoming breakthroughs. Available without a prescription, this new book is just what the doctor ordered for today's readers. Pre-order today at a reduced price (only $19.46) and you will be sure to get your copy the first week in December! Over 200 pages of current medical thinking in plain English for every home.

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This website is not intended as medical advice, and you should consult your doctor before changing or adding any medicines or vitamins to those you may now be taking and about applying any strategies BEFORE you adopt any approach in this report. While diligent care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided during the preparation of this edition, no claim is made that all known actions, uses or side effects, strategies for cost containment, targets or cholesterol pathways are included in this report. The accuracy and currentness of information are ever subject to change relative to new guidelines, new information derived from drug research, development and general usage.