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Posted 13 Sep 2016 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Modafinil (Provigil) and Adderall seem like similar drugs - they are both used in the treatment of narcolepsy and covertly as study aids. But is Modafinil more effective and less addictive than Adderall?
Posted 14 days ago by • 2 answers
... deficiency of up to 65% in people who take omeprazole. The study monitored over 26,000 test subjects daily over a period of 2 years. I suffer quite seriously with some of the issues they raise i.e anemia, increased respiratory issues and fatigue. Has anyone else seen this report?
Posted 5 days ago by • 0 answers
Due to exams are nearer i need to study whole night for exams.
Posted 9 days ago by • 0 answers
... chappal freely without shocks. It is from my school study and my age is now 40. What is treatment? please let me guide to solve this proble
Posted 12 days ago by • 0 answers
I'm a 16 year old guy, and thinking of starting the Accutane acne treatment about about 2 months before my A level exams. My question is will the effects make it hard to study and ultimately effect my potential results? So would it be Better to start it before or after exams? Thanks
Posted 20 Sep 2016 by • 1 answer
I ask this question because I want to do both but first I want to know if its actually possible. I want to go to Yale or Harvard and I want to know if I can study for both.
Posted 18 Sep 2016 by • 1 answer
I am wondering if MSTX "Mast Theraputics" is required to release the results from its EPIC study. Is it possible that Mast has already received the results from this double blind study and has not yet shared the results with shareholders due to bad results? Do publicly traded companies ...
I'm looking for a peripheral neuropothy support group or research study in orange county California?
Posted 2 Aug 2016 by • 0 answers
Posted 19 Mar 2016 by • 0 answers
I understand a study in 1980? Suggested a .0001percent increased risk
Posted 12 Mar 2016 by • 0 answers
While recommendations are for chilled IV fluids being returned to "room temperature," is there any reason they cannot be delivered at "body temperature," as is recommended in a Trial Study at Vanderbilt University Hospital, for patient comfort? (See ...
Posted 9 Feb 2016 by • 0 answers
Please help me out, loosing hope already. This problem caused me lots of trouble, especially because I couldn't prove it. Starting in May 2015 I started to get those health problems.The main symptoms were weakness, exhaustion, dizziness and strong concentration problems. I went to the ...