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Advil, Food, and News: When should I take: acetaminophen vs. ibuprofen? While both acetaminophen and ibuprofen provide relief these popular pain medications treat different ailments. Find out which remedy is best for you and how to take it correctly IBUPROFEN (Advil or Motrin) ACETAMINOPHEN (Tylenol) Pain Relief Best for Best for Muscle aches and joint pain Headaches Inflammation and swelling Lowering fever Menstrual pain Possible Side Effects . Upset stomach . Skin rash and blisters Heartburn . Stomach pain Warning: Stop taking immediately if a rash occurs. Tip: Take with food to help prevent upset stomach and ulcers. Toxicity . Increased risk of . Potential liver damage heart attack or stroke e Potential kidney damage Caution Be cautious of taking cold medications if you've already taken pain medicine. Many cold medications also contain acetaminophen, which may appear abbreviated as "APAP or "Acetam." Other over-the-counter products like naproxen (Aleve) are in the same class as ibuprofen and should not be taken WARNING Do NOT take Do NOT take: If you drink more than 3 alcoholic drinks per day If you have stomach ulcers or are taking blood pressure medication From the expert Both acetaminophen and ibuprofen are helpful for pain relief and reducing fever. However, ibuprofen also helps reduce sweling, while acetaminophen is generally safer and rarely has side effects. Remember that although both medications are available over-the- counter, each still carries risks Only take on an a basis and be careful not to exceed the recommended daily maximum dosage - Marwah Desoky, lead pharmacist at Sharp Coronado www.sharp.com/news 2016 Sharp HealthCare. All rights reserved SHARP medicalbasics: pain relief #nursingschool #nurse #rn #nursing #nurses #nursingstudent #resources #study #inspiration #school #tips - http://bit.ly/2ByDqHG According to my pharmacist mother some studies have shown that taking ibuprofen or another NSAID such as Aleve and then taking Tylenol a few hours later has the same pain killing power of narcotics without the addictive factor. That’s the combo I use when my cramps are really acting up.

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Bad, Work, and Best: snowysauropteryx Can you lick the science? An abbreviated list. Genetics: Do not. Unless cheek swabs? Archaeology: Perhaps. But might be human bone. Geology: Sometimes needed, sometimes dangerous Psychology: Best not. Physics: ????????? How?????? Zoology: In zoology, science licks you seananmcguire Anthropology: Maybe ask first Herpetology: bad plan bad plan BAD PLAN whisperwhisk Sociology: Yes, if you have time and dedication and a willingness to piss a lot of people off. Botany: You might hallucinate or die, OR it might be delicious Computer Science: the tingle of electricity on your tongue is how you know it's working Epidemiology: FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD PLEASE DO NOT carpebutts Linguistics: Despite the name, please probably don't spooky-son-of-rome Engineering: Maybe, but it'll probably taste like spreadsheets small-home-repair-vikings Software engineering: nothing else has made the code work so you might as well try it swordwall Neuroscience: that is someone's brain. no. do not tinysquidrachel Marine biology: you can try, but you'll probably just get a mouthful of seawater thesketcherlass Astronomy: look, if your dedication to lick Uranus is what it takes get humankind to another planet, then so be it Source: snowysauropteryx 280,607 notes Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study

Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study

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Bad, Work, and Best: snowysauropteryx Can you lick the science? An abbreviated list. Genetics: Do not. Unless cheek swabs? Archaeology: Perhaps. But might be human bone. Geology: Sometimes needed, sometimes dangerous Psychology: Best not. Physics: ????????? How?????? Zoology: In zoology, science licks you seananmcguire Anthropology: Maybe ask first Herpetology: bad plan bad plan BAD PLAN whisperwhisk Sociology: Yes, if you have time and dedication and a willingness to piss a lot of people off. Botany: You might hallucinate or die, OR it might be delicious Computer Science: the tingle of electricity on your tongue is how you know it's working Epidemiology: FOR THE SAKE OF THE WORLD PLEASE DO NOT carpebutts Linguistics: Despite the name, please probably don't spooky-son-of-rome Engineering: Maybe, but it'll probably taste like spreadsheets small-home-repair-vikings Software engineering: nothing else has made the code work so you might as well try it swordwall Neuroscience: that is someone's brain. no. do not tinysquidrachel Marine biology: you can try, but you'll probably just get a mouthful of seawater thesketcherlass Astronomy: look, if your dedication to lick Uranus is what it takes get humankind to another planet, then so be it Source: snowysauropteryx 280,607 notes Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study

Can you lick the science? A comprehensive guide on which scientific careers one is able to taste what they study

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Chicago, Head, and Sex: Wood Screws Screws with a smooth shank and tapered point for use in wood. Abbreviated WS Machine Screws Screws with threads for use with a nut or tapped hole. Abbreviated MS Thread Cutting Machine Screws Machine screws with a thread cutting (self tapping) point. Sheet Metal Screws Fully threaded screws with a Abbreviated SMS a thread point for use in sheet metal. Self Drilling SMS A sheet metal screw with a self drilling point. Hex Bolts Bolts with a hexagonal head with threads for use with a nut or tapped hole. Abbreviated HHMB or HXBT Carriage Bolts Bolts with a smooth rounded head that has a small square section underneath. Lag Bolts Bolts with a wood thread and pointed tip. Abbreviated Lag. Socket Screws Socket screws, also known as Allen Head, are fastened with a hex Allen wrench. Set Screws Machine screws with no head for screwing all the way into threaded holes Eye Bolts A bolt with a circular ring on the head end.Used for attaching a rope or chain. Eye Lags Similar to an eye bolt but with wood threads instead of machine thread J-Bolts U-Bolts Shoulder Bolts Elevator Bolts shaped bolts are used for Bolts in U shape for attaching Shoulder bolts (also known as Elevator bolts are often used in stripper bolts) are used to conveyor systems. They have a to pipe or other round surfaces.Also available with a square bend. tie-downs or as an open eye bolt create a pivot point. large, flat head. Sex Bolts Sex bolts (a.k.a. barrel nuts or Chicago bolts) have a female thread and are used for through bolting applications where a head is desired on both sides of the joint. Mating Screws Mating screws have a shoulder that matches the diameter of the sex bolts they are used with. Hanger Bolts Hanger bolts have wood thread on one end and machine thread on the other end <p>The nuts and bolts of nuts and bolts.</p>

The nuts and bolts of nuts and bolts.

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