• Hormonal
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    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Hormonal Medicines

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  • Reproductive
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    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Reproductive Medicines

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  • Dental
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    We have more than 16 years of experience compounding Dental Medicines

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  • Sports
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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Elaine Speaks at the South Pasadena Rotary

Elaine Blieden, Pharmacist October 16, 2011 Elaine spoke at the South Pasadena Rotary chapter during their weekly lunch meeting. She spoke about the advantages of procuring one’s medication from compounding pharmacies. There was a spirited Q and A right after her talk. Elaine detailing the benefits of modern day compounding Please call our pharmacy if you are interested in having¬†Elaine come and speak to your group. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn

What do you know about D-Ribose?

D-Ribose is a simple, five-carbon sugar found naturally in our bodies. Unlike other sugars, D-Ribose is not consumed. Rather, it is preserved for the vital work of actually making the energy molecule (ATP) that powers our hearts, muscles, brains, and every other tissue in the body. A key molecule, adenosine triphosphate (ATP for short), is known as the energy currency of the cell because the amount of ATP we have in our tissues determines whether Continue Reading

Podiatric Compounding

Compound medications can be a great aid in the treatment of many podiatric conditions. Everything from rheumatoid arthritis to plantar warts can be treated with compounded drugs in various forms and doses. Unfortunately, many of the prescription drugs for podiatric patients are not available in the delivery mechanism or strengths needed to be most effective. At Newport center compounding pharmacy prepares unique formulations that podiatrists and other medical specialists use to meet specific needs of Continue Reading

Summer, Sun, Sunscreens, & Cancer

SPF seems important, especially for those who are out in the sunshine. It stands for Sun Protection Factor and it is determined experimentally indoors by exposing people to artificial light that is supposed to mimic sunshine at noon. It is a measure of how well a product will protect a user from sunburn from UVB rays. Supposedly, an SPF of 15 should block 92% of the UVB light. It means that a person using the Continue Reading