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Image for medsDo Your Medications Actually Work?

Ever wonder why the drug your doctor prescribed to relieve your pain or asthma symptoms, didn’t help you at all, but your friend swears by it? The answer may lie in your genes. Research shows that most drugs do not help everyone for whom they are prescribed.

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Chinese herb image Some people may consider turning to alternative medicine to manage their disease. But what has been proven to work and what hasn't? Search here for detailed information on almost 200 conditions, nearly 350 herbs and supplements, plus drug-herb and drug-supplement interactions.

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