The latest news and product releases from MCR American.

Helping Your Child with Feeling Under the Weather

Sep 17, 2012 — Most medications are not meant for children, therefore parents must conduct research prior to giving their child any pain medication.

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What is Allergic Rhinitis?

Sep 13, 2012 — Allergic rhinitis is a group of symptoms affecting the nose. These symptoms occur when you breathe in something you are allergic to, such as dust, dander, insect venom, or pollen. What causes allergic rhinitis and how can you treat it? Keep reading.

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Types of Sinus Decongestants

Sep 10, 2012 — Of the sinus decongestants on the market, there are both over-the-counter and prescription strength varieties available. Patients who familiarize themselves with the basic chemical formulations that form the majority of sinus decongestants will be better able to make an informed decision about which sinus decongestant offers the best outcome.

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The Disadvantages of Nasal Decongestants

Sep 06, 2012 — Decongestants are available as over-the-counter (OTC), nasal sprays, oral tablets and as steroid nasal sprays. OTC nasal-delivery decongestants may be long or short-acting, work faster than oral decongestants and are usually non-drowsy. Nasal corticosteroid sprays are used in conjunction with allergic reactions that cause nasal inflammation. It’s important to understand that there are disadvantages to both kinds of decongestants.

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Cold Medicines for Kids?

Sep 03, 2012 — According to a Food and Drug Administration advisory committee, over-the-counter cold and cough medicines don't work for young children. So what are parents supposed to do? MCR American Pharmaceuticals offers a solution.

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Nose Decongestants and Antihistamines for the Common Cold

Aug 30, 2012 — While there's no cure for the common cold, there are cold medicines that can ease cold symptoms. When taking decongestants and antihistamines, it's important to understand how they work to treat cold symptoms. It's also important to know who should -- and should not -- take decongestants and antihistamines.

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Coping with Sinus Problems

Aug 27, 2012 — When we complain of a stuffed nose, most people assume it’s because of the common cold, yet it could mean that our sinuses are congested. It’s important to realize that the common cold usually lasts about seven to 14 days and can go away without too much interference. On the other hand, sinusitis can last from three to eight weeks and recur several times a year.

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Suggested Medications to Treat Allergies

Aug 23, 2012 — Walking around all day with tingling skin and a stuffy nose is no fun. When you have an allergic reaction, your body traps allergens by bringing more blood to the lining of the nose. This causes inflammation and swelling which eventually causes nasal congestion and limited air flow. So what do you do? Keep reading.

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A Solution for Blocked Sinuses

Aug 20, 2012 — Unlike the common cold which usually attacks around the winter or fall and lasts about seven to 14 days. Sinusitis can occur several times a year and can last from three to eight weeks. Even though sinusitis can be frustrating to live with, there are numerous safe solutions.

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Childrens' Decongestants

Aug 16, 2012 — Most decongestants are not meant for children, therefore parents must conduct research prior to giving their child any sort of decongestant medication.

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Nasal Decongestants Relieve Cold-like Symptoms

Aug 13, 2012 — Seeking the ultimate cure for the common cold? Look no further. Nasal decongestants are considered the ideal solution in relieving symptoms of the common cold, flu, and allergies.

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Decongestants for Children

Aug 09, 2012 — Most pharmaceutical companies tailor their medications to their older customers, yet MCR created an effective product that cures children as young as six.

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The Ultimate Expectorant and Decongestant

Aug 06, 2012 — Brooksville-based leading pharmaceutical company MCR American Pharmaceuticals has created the ultimate cold fighter -- the Maxifed product family.

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Nasal Decongestants

Aug 02, 2012 — Suffering from a stuffed nose? Feeling under the weather? Tired of not being able to breath? There is a solution within reach, a nasal decongestant.

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Medicine Safety Guidelines

Jul 30, 2012 — Over time, the chemical makeup and potency of medications changes, so its important to review the following guidelines when it comes to consuming medications.

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Questions to Ask About Your Medications

Jul 26, 2012 — You receive the best possible care when you ask questions. Many questions about medications can be answered by both your doctor and your pharmacist.

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Decongestants vs. Antihistamines

Jul 23, 2012 — Decongestant and antihistamine medications are often confused and thought to have the same effect on the body. While there are similarities, these medications are not the same and do not have the same effect on the body.

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How to Be Safe When it Comes to Medications

Jul 19, 2012 — To ensure that medications are used safely and effectively, patients are asked to review and follow the suggestions outlined below.

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Listening to Your Body's Warning Signals

Jul 16, 2012 — Listening to your body will help you better understand how to protect it according to Brooksville-based MCR American Pharmaceuticals.

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Fighting the Never Ending Battle

Jul 12, 2012 — Brooksville, Florida-based pharmaceuticals manufacturer MCR American Pharmaceuticals provides medications that are successful in fighting the never ending battle of the common cold and flu.

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