Prescription
Mexico

Prescription Medications
X List

Lowest Price!
No Prescription!
Worldwide Shipping!
  Home     FAQ     About  
  Browse our products: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z



Prescription Medications

HealthCare News Headline

Puzzles, Games Protect the Brain

Mental Stimulation Delays the Start of Memory Decline, Study Shows

By Caroline Wilbert
WebMD Health News

Read entire article...
Xaden
Xagrid
Xalatan
Xanax
Xanef
Xanor
Xanthomax
Xanthotoxin
Xatral
Xeloda
Xenecal
Xenical
Xenid
Xerendip
Xet
Xibimer
Xilatril
Xilometazolina
Ximaken
Ximovan
Xipen
Xipral
Xlash
Xtradol
Xuzal
Xylocaine
Xylometazolin
Xylometazoline
Xylotox
Xysal
Xyzal


Some others: Ampilisa, Folex, Nivalin, Oflocet, Betnovate, Mimpara, Hatial, Pacaps, Nexiam, Buscalm, Tetrex, Procamide, ...

Other Names
 


HealthCare News

Deer Ticks Carry Yet Another Bacterial Threat

WEDNESDAY, Jan. 16 (HealthDay News) -- People who go outdoors in several regions of the United States may have something else to worry about. Scientists report that there's another troublesome germ hiding in the deer tick that already harbors the Lyme disease bacterium.

There are indications that the germ infects a few thousand Americans a year, potentially causing flu-like symptoms such as fever. In one newly reported case, a woman with existing medical problems appeared to have brain swelling and dementia caused by an infection.

It is not clear, however, how serious of a threat may be posed by the germ. For the moment, Lyme disease appears to be much more prevalent. And four other germs that affect humans lurk in deer ticks.

Still, scientists say the germ is cause for concern. "This would not be commonly picked up by any of the current tests for Lyme disease," said Victor Berardi, co-author of one of two reports about the germ in the Jan. 17 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.

Read entire article...

Copyright 2016 Prescription-Mexico.com Terms of Service