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Are Your Supplements Harmless?

They may be interfering with your prescription meds

  • Saint John’s Wort

    Marketed as an aid to improve mood, Saint John’s wort can reduce the effectiveness of a variety of prescription medications, including anticoagulants and antidepressants. It also can decrease the effectiveness of cancer drugs by up to 40 percent. — Photo by Reneé Comet

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En español | Even “natural” supplements can interact with prescription medications, especially if you have hypertension, diabetes, kidney disease or liver problems. Consult your doctor about any supplements you take.

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