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4 Dangerous Holiday Food-Drug Interactions


With the holiday season in full swing, you will want to remind your patients of these 4 hazardous holiday food and drug interactions. 

It’s the season again! Family and friends are arriving, there is lots of great food and drink, and there is all the last-minute shopping to be done. Probably the last thing on most of our patients’ minds at this time of the year is their health.

It could be a good time, perhaps during a routine office visit, to remind all of your patients about dangerous holiday food-drug interactions. Here are my top picks to help keep them and their loved one safe during their holiday feasts.

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