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Harvard Health Publications: “7 things you can do to avoid drug interactions.”
National Institutes of Health: “Antiepileptic Drug Interactions - Principles and Clinical Implications,” “Mixing Alcohol With Medicines,” “Ginkgo,” “St. John's Wort and Depression: In Depth,” “Licorice abuse: time to send a warning message,” “Food-Drug Interactions,” “Warfarin (By mouth).”
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Science Daily: “Licorice May Block Effectiveness Of Drug Widely Used By Transplant Patients.”
University of Wisconsin: “Food-Drug Interaction: (MAOI) Low Tyramine Diet.”
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