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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Lower my cholesterol! NO!

Ask Larry: Your Question: I am trying to lower my cholesterol. I think there are a few factors as to why it is too high: I took Wellbutrin to quit smoking and a thyroid issue. My cholesterol is at 283 and my doctor gave me the long face and said I ABSOLUTELY have to be on a statin. I tried them once before and the leg cramps were unbelievable. So I made a deal with Continue Reading

Autism Therapy

The nutritional and pharmaceutical concerns associated with children and adults suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorders are often complex and specialized. Severe aggression, self-injurious behavior, agitation, and insomnia are just some of the conditions that doctors and clinicians take aim to alleviate. Autistic people also suffer from secondary problems such as depression or seizures, and the drug treatment can help with those concerns as well. At the Newport Center pharmacy works closely with practitioners and patients’ Continue Reading

Soy and thyroid issues

Ask Larry: Your question: My daughter (age 28) who is very athletic and eats healthy (maybe not) has recently been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. She eats a lot of soy, and has since high school, what are your thoughts regarding soy/thyroid? Larry’s Response: I published an article on the topic of soy (Please read it here). There is plenty of evidence that soy products can interfere with hormones, especially thyroid. Someone as young as 28 should Continue Reading