December #42 : The Rx Files

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The Age of Ignorance

Reboot Your System

POZ Annual Givers Guide

POZ Annual Givers Guide, Part 2

A Happy Convert

Working Mom

Money Man

You Can Take It With You

LifeStyle Change

Mom Knows Best

Foul Ball

S.O.S

To the Editor

Knowledge=Power

Don't Ask, Do Tell?

In Your Wildest Steams

Boys in Green

When This You See

Ab-Fab Babs

Say What

POZarazzi: Random Harvest

Pirate of Penance

Show and Tell

hiv and Me

How Am I?

A Bite of the Apple

Down-and-Dirty Markups

Grow Your Own Bacteria

The Rx Files

Beyond Grapefruit Juice

Douching Dangers

Therapeutic Vaccine in the Works

A B.i.d. for Easier Adherence

Nevirapine for Best Head

Strong in the Tooth

Buyers Clubs

Where to Find It

Pair of Aces

Aunt Evelyn's Letters

POZ Picks

Letter from Sri Lanka: Island Fever

Wrong Way on the ADA

Mann of the Hour

Obits

Talk to the Hand



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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December 1998

The Rx Files

CD-ROM storage system for drug data

Planning to add another med to your already overstuffed pillbox? First, you should check out the possibility of nasty drug interactions. One quick way is through CyberDoc, a CD-ROM put out by Dagar Corp. of Bethany, Connecticut. The disk offers data on specific medications (including dosing requirements and side effects) and allows the user to maintain up to 10 personal profiles. Just type in the drug’s name (either brand or generic will work, but not “AZT,” “ddI,” “ddC” or other chemical shorthand), and you’ll get info on all the problems it may present when taken with food or other drugs. CyberDoc is especially handy for households with multiple-drug regimens or for those who are frequent med switchers. As always, you should check with your RealDoc before changing your therapy, regardless of the cyber warnings. The CD-ROM is available at an initial cost of $24.95 and can be updated quarterly or twice a year for an $11.95 trade-in each time. Call 800.BUY.DAGAR for details.




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