Do you take medication for an autoimmune condition?

In the management of autoimmune diseases, doctors aim to induce patient’s improvement, whether by remission or low disease activity. Although the definitive cure and the restoration of immune tolerance are ideal, most of the existing treatments currently do not achieve these goals, and they bring a range of side effects. Therefore, it is important to […]

Depression medication induces multiple antibiotics resistance

                                    For long we have believed that overuse or misuse of antibiotics to be the main cause for antibiotic resistance. Though recently, study shows that triclosan used as a preservative in water based formulations of products that we […]

Liquid or tablet Levothyroxine

[siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget]       The liquid and soft gel formulations of levothyroxine allowing better L-T4 absorption in comparison to the traditional tablet form. Recent study compared the effects of thyroid replacement therapy with either liquid or tablet formulation of levothyroxine on mood states, self-perceived mental well-being and thyroid hormone profile in recently thyroidectomized patients. […]

Thyroid medication intake

[siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget]     Levothyroxine sodium is widely prescribed to treat hypothyroidism. For long there is an agreement that levothyroxine should be taken before breakfast in order to prevent its interference with food or other medications. Some hypothyroid patients, despite taking thyroid medication, still report unbalanced thyroid hormone levels. A Randomized Double-blind study shows that […]