August 28, 2014



  • Feverfew


    by Berkeley Wellness

    Feverfew, a common flower, has been used as a medicinal plant ever since medicine began. It's recognized in Canada as a nonprescription drug for migraine prevention.

  •  Reducing Pain Reliever Risks

    Reducing Pain Reliever Risks

    by Berkeley Wellness

    For many people, pain relievers are wonder drugs, allowing them to carry on with their lives despite disabling arthritis, for instance, or recurrent headaches. But all, whether sold over-the counter or by prescription, have potential risks.

  • Is Enteric-Coated Aspirin Safer?

    Is Enteric-Coated Aspirin Safer?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    If you shop for aspirin these days, whether for pain relief or to protect your heart, you’ll find that some are "enteric coated," including virtually all low-dose aspirin (except the chewable kind). Are these safer for your stomach?