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Warfarin Resources

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Guide to Herbal Supplements

An estimated 18 million adults use herbs in some form, and the sale of these products continues to increase.   Herbal supplements, which come from plants that have medicinal properties, claim to cure, treat, or prevent disease.&n...  Read more

Discussion about Alli

The diet pill section of the pharmacy can seem like the Wild West, as most products are considered dietary supplements and therefore not subject to U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations. However, in June 2007, one drug became the first FDA-ap...  Read more

Maintaining Warfarin levels and eating healthy
Updated 1/27/2016 6:21:11 PM

When I am losing weight I eat a lot of veggies. What veggies do you eat that still keeps your INR level? I can't take the alternative drugs like xaralto due to costs....  Read more

Atrial Fibrillation: The Latest Treatment Trends

Mechanical SolutionsEven with the newer, safer drug options, there are still some people who cannot safely take anticoagulants on a regular basis. For example, older adults who are prone to frequent falls or people who have trouble sticking to the p...  Read more

Atrial Fibrillation: The Latest Treatment Trends

The Role Of Anticoagulation:The go-to solution for lowering stroke risk involves clot-preventing drugs known as anticoagulants or blood thinners. For decades, the standby in this arena has been warfarin (Coumadin). Although it works very well, warf...  Read more

Spark It or Scrap It: Does Melatonin Help with Jet Lag?

Jet lag is no joke! Also known as desynchronosis, it's a travel-induced condition that occurs when we travel long distances in a short amount of time (typically on a plane, hence the name). If you've ever flown into a different time zone and...  Read more

Warfarin recall

To anyone that is taking Warfarin (Coumadin), you may want to check with your pharmacist if the pills are safe to take. My mom has 1 mg, 2 mg, and 4 mg tablets as part of her medication routine. She got three letters today (one for each medication)...  Read more