By Letitia Stein, Times Staff Writer Monday, September 26, 2011 If you are among the 2 million Americans depending on a drugstore inhaler to deal with asthma, it may be time to schedule a doctor's appointment. At the end of the year, your only nonprescrip
With the turn of the seasons, most people reach for the common allergy pill and/or nose spray for congestive relief instead of enzymes from a cow. But there is one pharmacy in Plano that might recommend Yakriton --a liver fact extract--as a natural way to
My wife came back from the pharmacy a couple of days ago and said that one of my allergy medications is no longer by prescription and on top of that there was a cheaper generic form available. That sounds good on it's face and I'm sure the pharmacist is d
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - When low-income children end up in the ER with an asthma attack, few are prescribed the medication needed to prevent further attacks, a study of South Carolina children suggests.