Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) have been widely prescribed in the United States for several decades, and are some of the most commonly used drugs worldwide.
Although the incidence of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) has decreased since 1992, when the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended that infants sleep in a nonprone position, this trend has plateaued.
Nutrition is an essential part of health and wellness. Approximately 117 million people in the United States have ≥1 preventable chronic diseases, which may be attributed to poor nutrition and physical inactivity.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a complex disorder associated with overwhelming fatigue that affects >1 million people in the United States. It is characterized by several symptoms that are not improved by bed rest. These include muscle pain, fatigue, impaired memory or mental concentration, insomnia, and postexertion malaise lasting >24 hours. Although there is no cure for chronic fatigue syndrome, the following techniques may help you cope with this disorder.
When using any kind of medication, whether it is purchased over-the-counter or prescribed by a provider, it is important to carefully read the information and instructions on the drug label. Failure to follow and understand these instructions can be harmful to your health, and may lead to medication errors. The following tips are important considerations to follow to better understand drug labels.

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