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Claritin tablets

Claritin

Claritin, also called Loratadine, is an antihistamine, or an H1 Receptor. It is used to treat hay fever, and hives. Claritin works by blocking the effects of a substance called histamine, which is naturally produced by the body. Be sure to tell your d more...

Claritin-D tablets

Claritin-D

Claritin-D, a combination of Loratadine and Pseuoephedrine is an antihistamine, or an H1 Receptor. It is used to treat the nasal congestion (stuffy nose), sneezing, and runny nose caused by colds and hay fever. Claritin works by blocking the effects of a more...

Claritin Reditabs tablet

Claritin Reditabs

Claritin, also called Loratadine, is an antihistamine, or an H1 Receptor. It is used to treat hay fever, and hives. Claritin Reditabs work by blocking the effects of a substance called histamine, which is naturally produced by the body. Reditabs are quic more...

Loratadine tablet

Loratadine

Loratadine is an antihistamine also known as an antipruritic agent. Pruritus means itchiness. It blocks the histamine 1 receptors to prevent the effects of histamines after it has been released from mast cells. Histamine is a chemical substance which i more...

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Hay fever
Sneezing
Skin diseases
Allergic conjunctivitis
Allergic reaction
Allergic rhinitis
Lichen planus
Urticaria

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Schering-Plough To Pay $435M To Settle Allegations Of Improper Marketing
Schering-Plough on Wednesday was sentenced to pay $435 million as part of a settlement with the Department of Justice over accusations that the company improperly marketed prescription drugs for "off-label" use and lied to the government about drug prices, the Washington Post reports (Washington Post, 1/18).




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