The People’s Pharmacy: Home Remedies with Joe & Terry Graedon
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From coconut for diarrhea to Oolong tea for eczema, from Listerine for acne and dandruff to pickle juice for hiccups, the “People’s Pharmacy” NPR personalities Joe and Terry Graedon report the best of the anecdotes they have heard over the years, in this easy-to-use, Q-and-A paperback guide to home remedies, healthy diet, and foods that heal. Packed with practical information, easily accessible, and grounded in medical science, this indispensable guide comes from two totally reliable sources: the People’s Pharmacy and National Geographic.
Joe and Terry Graedon, Best Choices from the People’s Pharmacy | NC Bookwatch
North Carolina Bookwatch 2007-08 | UNC-TV
In this episode, Joe and Teresa Graedon, the best-selling authors of The Peoples Pharmacy, fill in the void with all the information readers need to become savvy health-care consumers from their latest comprehensive guide to healthful living.
The People's Pharmacy with Joe & Terry Graedon - Talking generic medications
Life Unedited (No Topic is Taboo)
So you think that you know everything about Generic medications? Your pharmacist and doctor insist that they are exactly the same as the brand name? It’s all in your head they tell you! Generic medications go through the exact same testing by the FDA as all brand name drugs do? What does 80%-125% bioequivalence criterion mean? What is the difference between, active ingredients and fillers? Come learn from the founders of the People's Pharmacy. Pharmacologist Joe Graedon and medical anthropologist Terry Graedon, leading experts in issues relating to drugs, herbs, home remedies, vitamins and related health topics.The People’s Pharmacy website - www.peoplespharmacy.com
NC Bookwatch | Joe and Terry Graedon Top Screwups Doctors Make and How to Avoid Them
North Carolina Bookwatch 2011-2012 | UNC-TV
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