There are many things that can be done on a daily basis to manage kidney disease and reduce the risk of kidney damage, including taking medications.
Many people with type 2 diabetes need medication (and sometimes more than one diabetes medication) to manage their blood glucose levels.
Has your pharmacist ever suggested that you could save money by switching to a generic diabetes medication instead of the brand name your health professional has recommended? Most of us have been in this situation and may have had slight concerns about whether to follow the advice.
Grapefruit and grapefruit juice have been associated with a number of drug interactions.
Metformin, which is used to treat type 2 diabetes, is a medicine in a class called “biguanides.” It lowers blood sugar levels by decreasing the amount of glucose that your liver releases into the bloodstream.
Do you ever find yourself picking up medication prescriptions on different days? Did you ever wonder if you could arrange for your chronic medications to be picked up all at the same time?