Proton Pump Inhibitors Associated with Hypomagnesemia

December 10, 2011

Family Practice News 9/1/2011: The FDA has issued a warning that prolonged use of proton pump inhibitors can reduce magnesium levels and can cause serious adverse events such as seizures and heart arrhythmias. Low magnesium is associated with many different medical symptoms: migraine, depression, anxiety, constipation, high blood pressure, heart attack, asthma, muscle aches, pains and…

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Type II Diabetes-Taking Care of Yourself

August 15, 2010

Diabetes Information May be Flawed As a physician I receive complementary copies of Diabetes Forecast for my office. I actually read the magazine before putting it out for my patients because I sometimes find information that I consider not acceptable. This was certainly the case in the July 2010 edition. Insulin Is Not For Everyone…

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