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  1. tmana
    tmana October 13, 2008 at 7:29 am | | Reply has a free Drug Interaction checker through MedNotes, and a more involved one that one has to register for (but is free).

    I’ve been using for years, since they provide to registered users the entire professional prescription information, along with contraindications and side-effects.

    Also, the major drugstore chains have interaction checkers on the pharmacy portions of their sites.

  2. Trusted.MD Network
    Trusted.MD Network October 24, 2008 at 12:42 pm |

    Blogging About Blogging…

    I try not to get too meta on this blog, but I was having dinner with Amy Tenderich and her husband – who are in town for the Diabetes Research Institute conference tomorrow – and talked for a little bit about how to manage time on social networks.
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